Independent promotion Pro Wrestling Syndicate has been making a ton of noise lately with its consistent 1,200+ crowds in New Jersey, constant additions of top name talent to their live wrestling events, and last week’s debut of their weekly internet tv show “Monday Night Mayhem”. Pro Wrestling Syndicate is now looking to tag up with those whom support indy wrestling as it seeks television time in 2015.
Everything PWS has done thus far has been on a shoe string budget, a mere fraction of what larger promotions operate with. PWS is a DIY minded and operated promotion and therefore will not blink at any attempt to lure lucrative corporate sponsors into the fold whom may wish to establish creative control and jeopardize the content PWS fans love. PWS is geared at fans whom love and support independent wrestling and offers a large variety of content including top billed stars such as Bret Hart, Rob Van Dam, and Booker T, international stars such as Great Muta, Mil Mascaras, and Jushin Liger, high flying, hardcore, top tier independent stars such as Colt Cabana, Hurricane Helms, Chris Hero, and Davey Richards, along with a focus on their own created stars, some of whom are products of PWS’ wrestling school in Rahway NJ. PWS also dips into the pop culture realm working with such names as The Insane Clown Posse, Saved By The Bell’s Mr Belding, and former NY Knicks star Larry Johnson amongst others. PWS strives to avoid niche stereotypes while keeping its fan base always first in mind.
Therefore, PWS is seeking the help of indy wrestling supporters so PWS may enter 2015 with a weekly television program on a respected network without compromising its ethical code to do so.
Wrestling fans have been craving an alternative, here’s your chance to get behind it and help launch PWS’ product on television.
In the below brief video, PWS co-owner Pat Buck breaks down PWS’ “Funding For A Fraction Campaign”.
For information, how to get involved, as well as a lengthy list of cool gift rewards, please click here: http://www.gofundme.com/PWS-Funding-4-a-Fraction