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Explosive Pro Wrestling

Explosive Pro Wrestling
AcronymEPW
Founded2001
StyleProfessional wrestling
Lucha libre
Strong style
Sports entertainment
HeadquartersPerth, Western Australia, Australia
Founder(s)Rick Sanders
FormerlyExplosive Coastal Wrestling
Websitehttp://epwperth.com/

Explosive Pro Wrestling also known as EPW is an Australian independent professional wrestling promotion founded in 2001 in Perth, Western Australia.[1][2]

History

As of August 2014 Global Force Wrestling announced working agreements with Explosive Pro Wrestling.[3][4][5]

EPW hosts monthly shows at the Gate One Theatre at the Claremont Showground.

Previously, shows were held at Bassendean's Cyril Jackson Recreation Centre.[6] The promotion focuses on a balance between action, tension, and comedy.[7] The company runs shows in venues of all sizes in their area,[6] and has held annual charity fundraisers.[8]

EPW's School of Pro Wrestling is the Professional Wrestling school in Malaga, Western Australia directly associated with Explosive Pro Wrestling. The EPW School of Pro Wrestling is led by Head Coaches Davis Storm and Tyler Jacobs.[9]

Explosive Pro Wrestling had a television series on Access 31 called EPW Monday Night Wrestling from 2008-2010.[10]

2016 saw EPW start up its Vimeo channel, From the Vault, which now contains over 100 shows going back to 2003.[11] EPW action can also be viewed worldwide on platforms such as Demand Progress,[12] Highspots Wrestling Network,[13] and Powerslam TV.[14]

In April 2018 Progress Wrestling co-promoted a show with Australian independent professional wrestling promotion's Explosive Pro Wrestling, Melbourne City Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Australia.

Championships & accomplishments

Current champions

Championship Current champion(s) Date won Previous champion(s) Days held Status Reference
EPW Heavyweight Championship Mikey Nicholls November 9, 2019 Michael Morleone 428+ Active [15][16][17]
EPW Tag Team Championship Plague (Aaron Hawk & Dan Steel) November 9, 2019 The Street Gang Hooligans (Alex Kingston & Logan Grey) 428+ Active [18][19][20]
EPW Coastal Championship Davis Storm March 7, 2020 Marcius Pitt 309+ Active [21]

Inactive championships

Championship Current champion(s) Date won Previous champion(s) Status Reference
EPW Hardcore Championship Lukey Bolland November 29, 2014 Michael Morleone Inactive [22][23][24]
EPW Unofficial Women's Championship Amity Row May 28, 2016 Michelle K. Hasluck Inactive [25]

EPW Heavyweight Championship

EPW Heavyweight Championship
Details
PromotionExplosive Pro Wrestling (EPW)
Date establishedNovember 4, 2001
Current champion(s)Mikey Nicholls
Date wonNovember 9, 2019
Other name(s)
  • Explosive Coastal Wrestling (ECW) Championship
    (4 November 2001 - 21 June 2003)
  • EPW Heavyweight Championship
    (21 June 2003 - present)


Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Davis Storm 11 May 2002 Evolution Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 175 [26]
2 Jimmy Payne 2 November 2002 ReAwakening Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 252 The title was renamed the Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) Championship during this reign. [27]
3 FN Carnage 12 July 2003 Hell or Highwater Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 342 [28]
4 Davis Storm 18 June 2004 Hell or Highwater Wanneroo, Western Australia 2 141 [29]
5 Mikey Nicholls 6 November 2004 Hell or Highwater Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 203 This was a three-way match that also included FN Carnage [30]
6 Richter 28 May 2005 Evolution Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 49 This was a three-way match that also included FN Carnage [31]
7 Mikey Nicholls 16 July 2005 Hell or Highwater Maylands, Western Australia 2 245 [32]
8 Bruce Mills 18 March 2006 Stand & Deliver Maylands, Western Australia 1 70 [33]
9 Jimmy Payne 27 May 2006 Evolution Maylands, Western Australia 2 455 [34]
10 Shane Haste 25 August 2007 Desperate Measures Maylands, Western Australia 1 175 [35]
11 Bobby Marshall 16 February 2008 Goldrush Maylands, Western Australia 1 196 [36]
12 Davis Storm 30 August 2008 Road to Glory Maylands, Western Australia 3 203 [37]
13 Bobby Marshall 21 March 2009 Goldrush Queens Park, Western Australia 2 18 [38]
-- Vacated 8 April 2009 -- -- -- -- Marshall was stripped of the title after suffering an injury at Goldrush. [39]
14 Richter 25 May 2009 Revolution Perth, Western Australia 2 323 Defeated Jamie Jurah for the vacant title. [39]
15 Jamie Jurah 17 April 2010 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 1 224 [40]
16 Davis Storm 27 November 2010 ReAwakening Balcatta, Western Australia 4 124 [41]
17 Marcius Pitt 10 April 2011 Midday Mayhem Morley, Western Australia 1 34 [42]
18 Davis Storm 14 May 2011 Evolution Balcatta, Western Australia 5 91 [43]
19 Marcius Pitt 13 August 2011 Hell or Highwater Balcatta, Western Australia 2 91 [44]
20 Tyler Jacobs 12 November 2011 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 2 <1 [45]
-- Vacated 12 November 2011 -- -- -- -- The title was vacated after Jacobs announced his retirement shortly after winning it. [45]
21 Marcius Pitt 14 April 2012 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 3 308 Won a 30-man Rumble match for the vacant title. [46]
22 Kiel Steria 16 February 2013 Collision Course Bassendean, Western Australia 1 56 Steria defeated Marcius Pitt's replacement, Shane Haste, for the title after Pitt was stripper of the title. [47]
23 Marcius Pitt 13 April 2013 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 4 56 [48]
24 Sebastian Sander 8 June 2013 Hell or Highwater Bassendean, Western Australia 1 147 This was a six-man tag team match pitting Sander, Jay Taylor and Kiel Steria against Dan Moore, Hayden Zenith and Marcius Pitt. Sander pinned Zenith to win Pitt's championship. [49]
25 Chris Vice 3 November 2013 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 245 [50]
26 Sebastian Sander 5 July 2014 Hell or Highwater Bassendean, Western Australia 2 147 [51]
27 Alex Kingston 29 November 2014 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 182 This was a three-way steel cage match that also included Chris Vice. [52]
28 Damian Slater 30 May 2015 Evolution Bassendean, Western Australia 1 168 [53]
29 Marcius Pitt 14 November 2015 ReAwakening Perth, Western Australia 5 196 This was a three-way match that also included Mikey Nicholls. [54]
30 Davis Storm 28 May 2016 Evolution Bassendean, Western Australia 6 175 This was a steel cage match. Storm had cashed in The Solution's #1 Contendership. [55]
31 Logan Grey 19 November 2016 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 203 [56]
32 Davis Storm 10 June 2017 Evolution Bassendean, Western Australia 7 168 This was a TLC match. [57]
33 Michael Morleone 25 November 2017 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 273 This was a street fight. [58]
34 Gavin McGavin 25 August 2018 Vendetta Bassendean, Western Australia 1 224 This was a steel cage match. McGavin became the first Triple Crown and Grand Slam winner in EPW history. [59]
35 Michael Morleone 6 April 2019 Goldrush Claremont, Western Australia 2 217 [60]
36 Mikey Nicholls 9 November 2019 ReAwakening Claremont, Western Australia 3 428+ [61]

Combined reigns

As of January 10, 2020.

+ Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Davis Storm 7 1,087
2 Mikey Nicholls + 3 876+
3 Jimmy Payne 2 707
4 Marcius Pitt 5 685
5 Michael Morleone 2 490
6 Richter 2 372
7 FN Carnage/Tyler Jacobs 2 342
8 Sebastian Sander 2 294
9 Chris Vice 1 245
10 Jamie Durah 1 224
Gavin McGavin 1
12 Bobby Marshall 2 214
13 Logan Grey 1 203
14 Alex Kingston 1 182
15 Shane Haste 1 175
16 Damian Slater 1 168
17 Bruce Mills 1 70
18 Kiel Steria 1 56

EPW Tag Team Championship

EPW Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionExplosive Pro Wrestling (EPW)
Date establishedMay 30, 2003
Current champion(s)Plague (Aaron Hawk & Dan Steel)
Date wonNovember 9, 2019
Other name(s)
Explosive Coastal Wrestling (ECW) Tag Team Championship (2003)


Names

Name Years
Explosive Coastal Wrestling (ECW) Tag Team Championship 30 May 2003 - 21 June 2003
Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) Tag Team Championship 21 June 2003 - present

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Brat Pack (FN Carnage and Jamie Jurah) 30 May 2003 Evolution Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 225 This was the final of a tournament in which The Brat Pack defeated Davis Storm & Jimmy Payne to become the inaugural champions. Titles were renamed the Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) Tag Team Championship during this reign. [62]
2 The Serial Thrillers (Brad West & Justin Sane) 10 January 2004 Out of the Ashes Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 301 [63]
3 Genetically Superior Team (GST) (Bobby Bad Blood & Chris J. Lazareth) 12 July 2004 ReAwakening Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 329 This was a four-way tables match that also included Awesome Inc. (Kiel E. Lectrifying & Shane Haste) and The Brat Pack (Devlin Reeves & Jamie Jurah). [64]
4 The Bad Boys of Perth Wrestling (Davis Storm & Nate Dooley) 1 October 2005 Dirty Deeds Maylands, Western Australia 1 42 [65]
-- Vacated 12 November 2005 -- -- -- -- Storm & Dooley were stripped of the tag team titles when their match with Genetically Superior Team (GST) was declared a draw due to a double pin. [66]
5 Genetically Superior Team (GST) (Bobby Bad Blood & Chris J. Lazareth) 11 February 2006 Settling the Score Maylands, Western Australia 2 105 This was a tables match. GST defeated The Forefathers (Davis Storm & Nate Dooley, formerly The Bad Boys of Perth Wrestling) in a rematch [67]
6 The Forefathers (Davis Storm (2) & Hartley Jackson) 27 May 2006 Evolution Wanneroo, Western Australia 1 342 [68]
-- Vacated 4 May 2007 -- -- -- -- Storm & Jackson we're stripped of the tag team titles after Jackson no-showed the first night of Evolution. [66]
7 The Fighting Hellfish (Chris J. Lazareth & FN Carnage (2)) 5 May 2007 Evolution Maylands, Western Australia 1 112 Defeated The Bad Boys of Perth Wrestling (Davis Storm & Nate Dooley) to win the vacant titles. [69]
8 Drake Wallace/Azazal & Ferguson Block 25 August 2007 Desperate Measures Maylands, Western Australia 1 70 [70]
9 The Fighting Hellfish (Chris J. Lazareth & FN Carnage (3)) 3 November 2007 ReAwakening Maylands, Western Australia 2 105 This was a four-way tables match that also included Chase Griffin & Dan Moore and The European Union (Marcius Pitsonopolous & Michael Morleone) [71]
10 The European Union (Marcius Pitsnonopolous & Michael Morleone) 16 February 2008 Goldrush Maylands, Western Australia 1 61 This was a 3-on-2 handicap match, where Jonny Wimbledon teamed with The European Union. Wimbledon was not recognised as champion during the reign. [72]
11 Chase Griffin & Dan Moore 16 May 2008 Evolution Maylands, Western Australia 1 309 This was a Four Way match that also included Drake Wallace & Ferguson Block and Team Allstar (Sebastian Sander & Vin Penhero) [73]
12 Blitz Team (Alex Kingston & Shane Haste) 21 March 2009 Goldrush Queens Park, Western Australia 1 70 [74]
13 Carlo Cannon & Slex 30 May 2009 Revolution Perth, Western Australia 1 161 [75]
14 TMDK (Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste (2)) 7 November 2009 ReAwakening Craigie, Western Australia 1 245 [76]
15 Chris Vice & Jonny Wimbledon 10 July 2010 Hell or Highwater Queens Park, Western Australia 1 231 This was a three-way tables match that also included The Diamonds in the Rough (AZ Vegara & Damian Slater) [77]
16 Team Allstar (Michael Morleone (2) & Sebastian Sander) 26 February 2011 Goldrush Balcatta, Western Australia 1 77 [78]
17 The Taylor Made Diamonds In The Rough (AZ Vegara & Jay Taylor) 14 May 2011 Evolution Balcatta, Western Australia 1 336 [79]
18 The Schmidts (Barry Schmidt & Garry Schmidt) 14 April 2012 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 1 132 [80]
19 Top Team Australia (Jamie Jurah (2) & Jimmy Payne) 25 August 2012 Vendetta Bassendean, Western Australia 1 147 [81]
20 Chase Griffin & Dan Moore 19 January 2013 Hot Summer's Night Bassendean, Western Australia 2 168 [82]
21 Jay Taylor (2) & Kiel Steria 6 July 2013 Vendetta Bassendean, Western Australia 1 119 This was a two-on-one handicap match, where Moore defended the titles by himself. [83]
22 TMDK (Jonah Rock & Marcius Pitt (2)) 2 November 2013 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 245 This was a four-way ladder match that also included The Dropkicks (Leo Pratt & Scotty Ryan) and McMassive (Gavin McGavin & Mike Massive) [84]
23 The Solution (Richter & Warship) 5 July 2014 Hell or Highwater Bassendean, Western Australia 1 96 This was a tag team gauntlet match. [85]
-- Vacated 9 October 2014 -- -- -- -- Titles declared vacant after Four Way Elimination Match at Road To Glory went to a no-contest. [66]
24 The Headhunters (Devlin Reeves & Tyler Jacobs (4)) 29 November 2014 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 98 Defeated McMassive (Gavin McGavin & Mike Massive) for the vacant titles. [86]
25 McMassive (Gavin McGavin & Mike Massive) 7 March 2015 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 1 119 [87]
26 Cowboys and Indians (Billy Williams & Eddy Bombay 4 July 2015 Stage of Origin Bassendean, Western Australia 1 133 [88]
27 McMassive (Gavin McGavin & Mike Massive) 14 November 2015 ReAwakening Perth, Western Australia 2 119 This was a four-way gauntlet match that also included Generation Zero (Hayden Zenith & Michael Morleone) & Dan Moore & Jarrad Slate. [89]
28 Generation Zero (Hayden Zenith & Michael Morleone (3)) 12 March 2016 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 1 77 [90]
29 SMDK (Dan Moore (3) & Jarrad Slate) 28 May 2016 Evolution Bassendean, Western Australia 1 175 [91]
30 The Solution (AZ Vegara & The Warship (2)) 19 November 2016 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 77 This was a three-way tables match that also included The Headhunters (Dan Steel & Twitch). [92]
31 Generation Zero (Hayden Zenith (2) & Michael Morleone (4) 4 February 2017 Hot Summer's Night Bassendean, Western Australia 2 111 This was a four-way Riot Den match which included SMDK (Dan Moore & Jarrad Slate) and The Headhunters (Dan Steel & Twitch) [93]
32 The Solution (AZ Vegara (3) & Davis Storm (3)) 26 May 2017 End Game Northbridge, Western Australia 1 183 This was the finals match in a tournament. [94]
33 Generation Zero (Hayden Zenith (3) & Allyson Cruz) 25 November 2017 ReAwakening Bassendean, Western Australia 1 203 [95]
34 The Untouchables (Damian Slater & Marcius Pitt (3) 25 August 2018 Evolution Bassendean, Western Australia 1 140 [96]
35 The Street Gang Hooligans (Alex Kingston (2) & Logan Grey) 3 November 2018 ReAwakening Claremont, Western Australia 1 371 [97]
36 Plague (Aaron Hawk (4) and Dan Steel) 9 November 2019 ReAwakening Claremont, Western Australia 1 428+ [98]

Combined reign

By team

+ Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Chase Griffin & Dan Moore 2 477
2 GST (Bobby Bad Blood & Chris J. Lazareth) 2 434
3 The Street Gang Hooligans (Alex Kingston & Logan Grey 1 371
4 The Forefathers (Davis Storm & Hartley Jackson) 1 342
5 The Taylor Made Diamonds In The Rough (AZ Vegara & Jay Taylor 1 336
6 The Serial Thrillers (Brad West & Justin Sane) 1 301
7 TMDK (Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste) 1 245
TMDK (Jonah Rock & Marcius Pitt) 1
9 McMassive (Gavin McGavin & Mike Massive) 2 238
10 Chris Vice & Jonny Wimbledon 1 231
11 The Brat Pack (FN Carnage & Jamie Durah) 1 225
12 The Fighting Hellfish (Chris J. Lazareth & FN Carnage) 2 217
13 Generation Zero (Allyson Cruz & Hayden Zenith) 1 203
14 Generation Zero (Hayden Zenith & Michael Morleone) 2 188
15 The Solution (AZ Vegara & Davis Storm) 1 183
16 SMDK (Dan Moore & Jarrad Slate) 1 175
18 Plague (Aaron Hawk & Dan Steel) + 1 428+
17 Carlo Cannon & Slex 1 161
19 Top Team Australia (Jamie Jurah & Jimmy Payne) 1 147
20 The Untouchables (Damian Slater & Marcius Pitt) 1 140
21 The Schmidts (Barry Schmidt & Garry Schmidt) 1 133
Cowboys and Indians (Billy Williams & Eddy Bombay) 1
23 Jay Taylor & Kiel Steria 1 119
24 The Headhunters (Devlin Reeves & Tyler Jacobs) 1 98
25 The Solution (Richter & Warship) 1 96
26 Team Allstar (Michael Morleone & Sebastian Sander) 1 77
The Solution (AZ Vegara & The Warship) 1
28 Drake Wallace/Azazal & Ferguson Block 1 70
Blitz Team (Alex Kingston & Shane Haste) 1
30 European Union (Marcius Pitsonopolous & Michael Morleone) 1 61
31 The Bad Boys of Perth Wrestling (Davis Storm & Nate Dooley) 1 42

By individual

+ Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 AZ Vegara/Aaron Hawk + 4 1,024+
2 Dan Moore 3 652
3 Chris J. Lazareth 4 651
4 Davis Storm 3 567
5 FN Carnage/Tyler Jacobs 4 540
6 Chase Griffin 2 477
7 Jay Taylor 2 455
8 Marcius Pitsonopolous/Marcius Pitt 3 446
9 Alex Kingston 2 441
10 Bobby Bad Blood 2 434
11 Hayden Zenith 3 391
12 Jamie Durah 2 372
13 Logan Grey 1 371
14 Hartley Jackson 1 342
15 Michael Morleone 4 326
16 Shane Haste 2 315
17 Brad West 1 301
Justin Sane 1
19 Jonah Rock 1 245
Mikey Nicholls 1
21 Gavin McGavin 2 238
Mike Massive 2
23 Chris Vice 1 231
Jonny Wimbledon 1
25 Allyson Cruz 1 203
26 Jarrad Slate 1 175
27 (The) Warship 2 173
28 Dan Steel + 1 428+
29 Carlo Cannon 1 161
Slex 1
30 Jimmy Payne 1 147
31 Damian Slater 1 140
32 Barry Schmidt 1 133
Billy Williams 1
Eddy Bombay 1
Garry Schmidt 1
37 Kiel Steria 1 119
38 Devlin Reeves 1 98
39 Richter 1 96
40 Sebastian Sander 1 77
41 Drake Wallace/Azazal 1 70
Ferguson Block 1
43 Nate Dooley 1 42

EPW Coastal Championship

EPW Coastal Championship
Details
PromotionExplosive Pro Wrestling (EPW)
Date established19 November 2016
Current champion(s)Davis Storm
Date won7 March 2020


Names

Name Years
Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) Coastal Championship 19 November 2016 - present

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Gavin McGavin 19 November 2016 ReAwakening XV Bassendean, Western Australia 1 245 Won a 15 man Rumble to crown the inaugural champion after last eliminating Alex Kingston. [99]
2 Scotty Ryan 22 July 2017 Hell or Highwater Bassendean, Western Australia 1 672 [100]
3 Marcius Pitt 25 May 2019 Collision Course Claremont, Western Australia 1 287 [101]
4 Davis Storm 7 March 2020 Going for Broke Claremont, Western Australia 1 309+ This was a Title vs. Career match [102]


EPW Hardcore Championship

EPW Hardcore Championship
Details
PromotionExplosive Pro Wrestling (EPW)
Date established7 November 2009
Date retired29 November 2014
Other name(s)
EPW Hardcore Shield (2009 - 2011)


Names

Name Years
Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) Hardcore Shield 7 November 2009 - 26 February 2011
Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) Hardcore Championship 26 February 2011 - 29 November 2014

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Gavin McGavin 7 November 2009 ReAwakening VIII Craigie, Western Australia 1 161 Outlasted James Edwards, Jarek Matthews, Kiel Steria, KrackerJak and Marcius Pitt in KrackerJak's Hardcore Battle Royal to become the inaugural champion. [103]
2 Chase Griffin 17 April 2010 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 1 224 This was a battle royal that also included Barry Schmidt, Dan Moore, Ferguson Block, Garry Schmidt and Kiel Steria [104]
3 Tyler Jacobs 27 November 2010 ReAwakening IX Bassendean, Western Australia 1 294 During Jacobs' reign, the title was renamed the EPW Hardcore Championship [105]
4 Gavin McGavin 17 September 2011 Telethon Bash Bassendean, Western Australia 2 56 [106]
5 Bobby Marshall 12 November 2011 ReAwakening X Balcatta, Western Australia 1 343 [107]
6 Michael Morleone 20 October 2012 Road to Glory Bassendean, Western Australia 1 770 [108]
7 Lukey Bolland 29 November 2014 ReAwakening XIII Bassendean, Western Australia 1 0 Won a Hardcore Scramble match that also included Eddy Bombay, Elliot Forbes, Jarrad Slate, Jonathan Wimbledon, Jordan Bishop, Liam Mendel, Richter and The Warship. [109]
-- Deactivated - - - -- -- Title was quietly deactivated after Bolland won the championship.

Combined reigns

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Michael Morleone 1 770
2 Bobby Marshall 1 343
3 Tyler Jacobs 1 294
4 Chase Griffin 1 224
5 Gavin McGavin 2 217
6 Lukey Bolland 1 <1

EPW Unofficial Women's Championship

EPW (Unofficial) Women's Championship
Details
PromotionExplosive Pro Wrestling (EPW)
Date established12 March 2016
Date retired28 May 2016


Names

Name Years
Explosive Pro Wrestling (EPW) (Unofficial) Women's Championship 12 March 2016 - 28 May 2016

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Michelle K. Hasluck 12 March 2016 Goldrush Bassendean, Western Australia 1 77
2 Amity Row 28 May 2016 Evolution Bassendean, Western Australia 1 <1 This was a four-way elimination match that also included Allyson Cruz and Blair Brady. [110]
-- Deactivated 28 May 2016 - - -- -- Title was quietly deactivated after Row won the championship.

Other accomplishments

Tournament Current Winner(s) Date won Previous Winner Reference
EPW Invitational Tournament Tipene 2019 Gorgeous Garry
EPW Rising Star Cup Logan Grey 2015 Jordan Bishop

EPW Invitational Tournament

Season Winner Ref
2001 Jimmy Payne [111]
2002 FN Carnage
2003 Brad West
2004 Richter
2005 Havok
2006 Devlin Reeves
2007 Shane Haste
2008 Jay Taylor
2009 Davis Storm
2010 Marcius Pitt
2011 Chris Vice
2012 Alex Kingston
2013 Dan Moore [112]
2014 Damian Slater
2015 Logan Grey
2016
2017 Chris Vice (2)
2018 Gorgeous Garry

EPW Rising Star Cup

Season Winner Ref
2007 Dan Moore [113]
2008 Sebastian Sander
2009 Alex Kingston
2010 Garry Schmidt
2011 Scotty Ryan
2012 Hayden Zenith
2014 Jordan Bishop
2015 Logan Grey
2019 Tipene

Roster

Active Roster

  • Alex "AK-47" Kingston
  • AZ Vegara
  • Bobby Marshall
  • "The Australian Sensation" Craven
  • "The World Beater" Damian Slater
  • "The Nice Guy" Dan Moore
  • Dan Steel
  • David Nero
  • "The Godfather" Davis Storm
  • Del Cano
  • "The Real Wrestler" Gavin McGavin
  • Gorgeous Garry
  • Jack Edwards
  • Jarrad Slate
  • "The Prince of Perth" Jay Taylor
  • "Lord" Jonathan Wimbledon
  • Jordan Bishop
  • Julian Ward
  • Kiel Steria
  • Logan Grey
  • Marcius Pitt
  • "The Don" Michael Morleone
  • Mikey Nicholls
  • "The Big Rig" Scotty Ryan
  • "The Child Star" Taylor King
  • Tipene
  • Twitch
  • Tyler Jacobs
  • "The Free Spirit" Zenith

Showcase Roster

  • Bruno Nitro
  • Chadwick Jackson
  • James Hartness
  • Jesse Lambert
  • "Captain Confidence" Joel Hagan
  • Junior Li
  • Richie Quach
  • "Mr. Metal" Ryan Allan
  • "The Star Child" Stella Nyx

Tag Teams and Stables

  • The Commonwealth Connection
  • David Nero & Kiel Steria
  • Generation Zero
  • The Headhunters
  • Street Gang Hooligans
  • TK Taskforce
  • Tyler Jacobs and The Children
  • The Untouchables

Others

  • Amber (Manager)
  • CJ Rose (Ring Announcer)
  • Eric Mack (Commentary)
  • James Austin (Referee)
  • Jones Goode (Ring Announcer)
  • Lukey Bolland (Commentary)
  • Matt Clarke (Referee)
  • Mean Dean Olsen (Commentary/Announcer)
  • Ring Belle Mel (Timekeeper)
  • William Thompson (Referee)

Notable Alumni

See also

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