- One Pro Wrestling
One Pro Wrestling Type Public Founded 2005 Headquarters Ellesmere Port Key people Maurice Brookes, Owner (commercial) Website Official Site
One Pro Wrestling (abbreviated as 1PW) was a British professional wrestling promotion. 1PW was founded in 2005 by Steven Gauntley until the promotion went into liquidation in 2007; it was restarted within the same year..It ended in August 2011.
It was originally run by the now defunct retail chain 1 Up Games. The company's headquarters were located in Doncaster, however since the take-over operations were moved to Ellesmere Port. 1PW's business focus is on professional wrestling, a simulated sport which combines wrestling with acting and theatre.
Last Known champions
Championship Current champion(s) Date won Previous Champion Event 1PW Heavyweight Championship Lionheart 28 May 2011 Martin Stone 1PW 'The Last Stand' 1PW Tag Team Championship Fight Club
Kid Fite and Liam Thomson
27 February 2011 Vacant 1PW 'A New Dawn' 1PW Openweight Championship Noam Dar 29 May 2011 Spud 1PW 'The Last Stand'
1PW ended in August 2011. With a message posted on its Facebook stating "With Immediate Effect - ALL 1PW shows are cancelled".
This is a list of 1PW employees, organized by role within the promotion. The alias (ring name) of the employee is written on the left, while the employee's real name is written on the right; an employee with a blank space means the real name is needed. If a wrestler is inactive for any reason (due to injury, suspension, not wrestling for 30 days or other), that information is noted in the notes section.
Ring Name Real Name Notes 2 Cold Scorpio Charles Scaggs Andy Baker Colt Cabana Scott Colton Danny Hope Danny Woodward Darren Burridge Darren Burridge Davey Richards Wesley Richards Desmond Wolfe Steven Haworth Doug Williams Douglas Durdle El Ligero Simon Musk James Gallagher James Gallagher Jimmy Havoc Joey Hayes Damian Shovelton Keith Myatt Kevin Thorn Kevin Thorn Kid Fite 1PW Tag Team Champion Krimson Kris Travis Liam Thompson 1PW Tag Team Champion Lionheart Adrian McCallum 1PW World Heavyweight Champion Mad Man Manson Darren O'Byrne Martin Kirby Noam Dar 1PW Openweight Champion Rockstar Spud James Curtin Ruffneck Keith Colwill Steve Lynskey Ulf Herman Ulf Nadrowski
Tag teams and stables
Tag Team/Stable Name Members Notes Fight Club Kid Fite and Liam Thomson The M.O.B. Keith Myatt and Ruffneck Models Danny Hope and Joey Hayes
- A.J. Styles
- Bret Hart
- Dave Mastiff
- Jeff Jarrett
- Jesse James
- Jimmy Jacobs
- Johnny Moss
- Kid Kash
- Kevin Nash
- Martin Stone
- Ric Flair
- Rob Van Dam
- Samoa Joe
- Sterling James Keenan
- Steve Corino
- Chris Sabin
Name Role Lord Maurice Brookes Current Owner Tony Knox Photographer Adam Curtis Writer Steve Lynskey UK Talent / Agent / Referee Simon Withers Fatest Referee Going Richard Parker Ring Announcer / Commentator Professional wrestling in the United KingdomActive promotions National promotionsAll Star Wrestling · LDN Wrestling Notable independent promotions3 Count Wrestling · Britannia Wrestling Promotions · XWA · 4 Front Wrestling · · Basix Wrestling · British Championship Wrestling · British Wrestling Evolution · Celtic Wrestling · Dropkixx · East Anglia Wrestling · Future Championship Wrestling · Garage Pro Wrestling · Frontier Wrestling Alliance · International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom · Live Pro Wrestling · Norton British Wrestling · One Pro Wrestling · Power Trip Wrestling · Premier British Wrestling · Premier Promotions · Real Deal Wrestling · Runcorn Wrestling Academy · Scottish Wrestling Alliance · Triple X Wrestling · Varsity Pro Wrestling · Dragon Gate UK · World Association of Wrestling · Other promotions Governing bodies and interpromotional alliancesJoint Promotions · British Wrestling Council Defunct Notable PromotionsBritish Wrestling Association · British Wrestling Federation (1960s version) · British Wrestling Federation (Orig Williams version) · Joint Promotions · Revolution British Wrestling · The Wrestling Alliance
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