Promotions

Here are the top British wrestling promotions

RevPro Wrestling

Founded in 2012, Revolution Pro Wrestling is one of the biggest wrestling companies in the UK. Their partnership with NJPW has helped them grow popular with fans in Great Britain, as did Will Ospreay’s world title run in the company.

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Progress

Founded in 2011 and inspired by NJPW’s “strong-style” of wrestling, Progress became synonymous with the indie wrestling boom in the mid 2010s, impressing Triple H enough to partner with the WWE, although that ended in 2023.

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Insane Championship Wrestling

Grado and Drew McIntyre helped a regional Scottish promotion grow to being the biggest promotion in Britain at one point, selling out the Hydro Arena in Glasgow multiple times for their biggest shows, and also partnered with WWE in recent years.

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World of Sport Wrestling (2018)

ITV revived wrestling on TV with an attempt to bring back the “World of Sport” brand in 2018. This came after multiple attempts to revive the show, although it was cancelled after one series. A 2024 series is reportedly in the works.

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Joint Promotions

Comprised of six of the top promotions in the UK, Joint Promotions became the top company in the country from the 1950s to the 1980s. They were regularly featured on ITV’s World of Sport every Saturday afternoon until it was cancelled in 1988

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All-Star Wrestling

One of the longest-running promotions in the UK is Brian Dixon’s All-Star Wrestling. Dixon founded the company in 1970, and tussled with Joint Promotions for a Saturday afternoon slot on ITV on World of Sport.

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Attack! Pro Wrestling

Founded in 2012, Revolution Pro Wrestling is one of the biggest wrestling companies in the UK. Their partnership with NJPW has helped them grow popular with fans in Great Britain, as did Will Ospreay’s world title run in the company.

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Progress

Founded in 2011 and inspired by NJPW’s “strong-style” of wrestling, Progress became synonymous with the indie wrestling boom in the mid 2010s, impressing Triple H enough to partner with the WWE, although that ended in 2023.

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Insane Championship Wrestling

Grado and Drew McIntyre helped a regional Scottish promotion grow to being the biggest promotion in Britain at one point, selling out the Hydro Arena in Glasgow multiple times for their biggest shows, and also partnered with WWE in recent years.

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