List of professional wrestling organisations in Australia

This is a list of professional wrestling promotions in Australia and lists both notable active and defunct promotions.

List of promotionsEdit

ActiveEdit

NationwideEdit

Promotion name Location Owner(s) Years active Notes
Australasian Wrestling Federation All over Australia Greg Bownds 1999-
World Series Wrestling All over Australia Adrian Manera[1] 2005, 2007, 2010, 2017-

New South WalesEdit

Promotion name Location Owner(s) Years active Notes
International Wrestling Australia New South Wales IWA Entertainment Pty Ltd[2] 1998-

QueenslandEdit

Promotion name Location Owner(s) Years active Notes
Impact Pro Wrestling Australia Gold Coast, Queensland 2001- Formerly known as Major Impact Wrestling.
Affiliated with Impact Pro Wrestling

South AustraliaEdit

Promotion name Location Owner(s) Years active Notes
Riot City Wrestling South Australia 2005-

VictoriaEdit

Promotion name Location Owner(s) Years active Notes
Melbourne City Wrestling Melbourne Michael Jozis[3] 2010-

Western AustraliaEdit

Promotion name Location Owner(s) Years active Notes
Explosive Pro Wrestling Perth Explosive Pro Wrestling Pty Ltd[4] 2001- Formerly known as Explosive Coastal Wrestling.

Defunct (Notable)Edit

Promotion name Location Promoter(s) Years active Notes
i-Generation Superstars of Wrestling All over Australia Andrew McManus 2000–2001
Pro Wrestling Women's Alliance New South Wales 2007-2013 Affiliated with Pro Wrestling Australia,
Affiliated with Shimmer Women Athletes,
PWWA was Australia's only all women's Pro Wrestling Company.
World Championship Wrestling All over Australia Ron Miller (1975-1978), Larry O'Dea (1975-1978), Tony Kolonie (1974), Johnny Doyle (1964-1969), Jim Barnett (1964-1973) 1964–1978
World Wrestling All-Stars Worldwide - based in Australia Andrew McManus 2001–2003

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "World Series Wrestling (WSW) « Promotions Database « CAGEMATCH - The Internet Wrestling Database". www.cagematch.net.
  2. ^ "Business details". abr.business.gov.au.
  3. ^ "Business details". abr.business.gov.au.
  4. ^ "Business details". abr.business.gov.au.