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MKW Presents: Line of Fire — Live pro wrestling show this Saturday at BOX BAR!

Middle Kingdom Wrestling (MKW) presents: LINE OF FIRE
《MKW 职业摔角国际赛》中国北方首秀BOX TOWN酒吧精彩呈现,元月14日晚21:00开始,现已开始预售票,即日起,在BOX酒吧消费即赠送门票!
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First ever Pro Wrestling show in Harbin history ! Come check it out !! 9:05 bell time At BOX BAR !
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MKW championship match: Slam Vs Bragg date officially announced!

The biggest match in Chinese Pro Wrestling history

The biggest match in Chinese Pro Wrestling history


MKW摔角粉丝们! We can finally announce that Dalton Bragg will be putting his Middle Kingdom wrestling MKW championship on the line against China’s biggest pro wrestling star of all time — The Slam!
This match has been in the making for a year now and The Slam will finally have his chance to capture MKW and Chinese Pro Wrestling’s most prestigious prize — The MKW championship against Dalton Bragg. The biggest match in Chinese Pro Wrestling History !
@ Ningxiang Culture & Sports Center 宁乡文体中心 (5000 seat max capacity.),112.5361806,16.25z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xc0c56bcf75218f8f!8m2!3d28.2732003!4d112.5395806?shorturl=1

中国The Slam (challenger) Vs. 美国 布拉格Dalton Bragg (mkw冠军champion) !
Plus 5 other matches ! wow 6摔角打比赛!! 中国和香港的选手! 美国选手。 英国选手。意大利选手! wow

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Ash Silva pulls double duty at huge CWE public event

MKW superstar Ash Silva proving that he is one of the top stars in the Mainland China and Hong Kong scene.

Ash Silva was clearly MVP , pulling double duty last weekend, on August 6-7, 2016 in matches against the dastardly M.A. and former CWE Champion Flying Dragon Brother. The Liaobu, China crowd were on their feet for every incredibly excited maneuver by Ash Silva! The Hong Kong/America native has quickly become one of China’s biggest stars in the Chinese Pro Wrestling scene!

Middle Kingdom Wrestling would like to say thanks for Ash Silva for representing MKW in this Chinese Wrestling Entertainment Mall of China public event!


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What are the Implications of the 第二季 6 Man International Tag Team Match ?

January 16, 2016 -- MKW: Chinese Pro Wrestling SEASON 2 LIVE TAPINGS EVENT

January 16, 2016 — MKW: Chinese Pro Wrestling SEASON 2 LIVE TAPINGS EVENT

MKW TV: Season 2

摔角王国: 第二季 6 Man International Tag Team Match

Supremacy The Three Kings
Big Sam

Black Mamba

“The Statement” Andruew Tang


The Eurasian Dragon

Mystery Partner


Black Mamba and his hired muscle Big Sam caused a quite stir at the MKW super 8 tournament event that was held in the summer. During the match between Ash and Black Mamba (MKW TV: Season 1 Episode 2), Big Sam assaulted Ash outside of the ring before running him into the ring post.  This attack ended up costing Ash the match as well as a chance at the MKW championship as he failed to make it into the ring before the 10 count. Ash has changed after that lost by introducing a female valet who supported him in his victory against CWE original Jason. At a CWE show, Ash lost in a rematch to Jason due to interference from Black Mamba when he snuck in and hit a low blow on Ash. At another CWE show that was held in November, bad turned to worse for Ash when Big Sam distracted the referee for Black Mamba again to nail a low blow, which allowed King Michael to claim victory over Ash.  Ash wants to get back at the team of Big Sam and Black Mamba therefore MKW owner, Adrian Gomez, has given Ash the opportunity by balancing the playing field and providing him with two partners. Big Sam is making his long awaited return to the ring after having surgery earlier in 2015 to reconnect his pectoral muscle, which he ripped while lifting over 400lbs on the bench press. He wants to show what MKW is missing as he combines size, a strong amateur freestyle wrestling background with roar aggression that he picked up working the streets as bouncer and as part of a security team. At a height of 195 centimeters (6’4”) and a weight easily over 110 kilograms, Big Sam is giving his side the size advantage.

Now there are three non MKW wrestlers involved in this furious six man tag. Joining Big Sam and Black Mamba is Singaporean pro wrestling champion, the self-proclaimed Statement of professional wrestling, Andruew Tang.  A familiar face for those who have been keeping an eye on the Asian wrestling scene, Andruew Tang is the current champion of SPW.  His recent rivalries are also joining him in this match as The Eurasian Dragon will be flying over from Singapore to try and get the admiration of the Chinese fans as he bring smiles and body-slams for everyone. The Eurasian Dragon has had an ongoing rivalry with Andruew Tang for a while as The Eurasian Dragon has his sights on the South-East Asian championship title.  However, Ash and The Eurasian Dragon’s team lacks a third wrestler but Ash says he will wait until the show to announce the third member.

Dongguan in the South of China is the location and January 16th is the date for this crazy 6 man tag that will surely raise the level of the Chinese pro wrestling industry.

Special Challenge Rematch: MKW’s Ash “The Thrilla” Silva Vs. CWE’s JASON

MKW’s Ash Vs.  CWE’s Jason – CWE Chinese Pro Wrestler JASON made a challenge to MKW’s Half Chinese/Half American Pro Wrestler Ash “The Thrilla’ Silva for a rematch! The match took place at a CWE produced event in October 2015. Watch MKW’s Ash go into CWE territory to take on JASON in this excellent rematch! The first match between these two took place on MKW TV: Chinese Pro Wrestling EPISODE 4!

Middle Kingdom Wrestling would like to thank CWE – China Wrestling Entertainment – for providing us with the footage from their October event.

Huge match announced for January 16, 2016 event

MKW six man tag


This six man tag team match will be one of two main events for the January 16, 2016 event.  SPW champion Andruew Tang and MKW’s baddest team, Black Mamba and DaLi Sam will take on Singapore Pro Wrestling fan favorite, Eurasian Dragon, as well as Hong Kong wrestlers King Michael and HoHo Lun. Andruew Tang and The Euasian Dragon have had bad blood for a long time in SPW. And after King Michael’s unsuccesful match against The Slam, we know he’s still pissed off about it and he’s just looking for a big win in MKW – luckily, HoHo Lun had few problems convincing King Michael to join what he calls, “the winning side.”  This is just one of two main events MKW has prepared for this massive event early next year!  Stay tuned as we announce more matches for the MKW event in January!

Meet the center of Chinese Pro Wrestling: The Slam

The Slam is the heart of China's pro wrestling scene

The Slam is the heart of China’s pro wrestling scene


Researching the Chinese Pro Wrestling scene requires some serious effort and unless one is literally in China and going hands on with the research, it’s difficult to truly get all of the facts straight. One could spend hours on Google or even China’s own search engine BAIDU and come back with little answers. While there have been a few – barely documented – pro wrestling shows in China in its past, the wrestling scene in China didn’t really begin to materialize until a certain Chinese individual rose up and got himself trained professionally. This man is named The Slam. The Slam is a Chinese Pro Wrestler who on 2004, decided to pack his bags and head to South Korea to train with KPWA – run by Korean trainer Li Han Ji; a Korean pro wrestler who had experience some success wrestling in Japan. The Slam stayed in South Korea for several months, learning the basics of what it took to be a pro wrestler and came back to his home town on Dongguan to do something with his new found knowledge.


The Slam, in his spare time, would take time to build his own pro wrestling ring, and would advertise around his city about his Pro Wrestling gym. Several people who watched Pro Wrestling on the internet in China would research information about wrestling in China and the only name that would appear at the top of search engine was The Slam. After The Slam had trained enough local Chinese wrestlers, he would go on to create CWE – Chinese Wrestling Entertainment. CWE formed at the end of 2004 and has been going on since then – on and off – doing small free admission shows, as well as an internet based episodic show on the Chinese version of YouTube: Youku. You can look up the episodes by their number CWE 1-20. Almost everybody who has wrestled or trained in China has come across The Slam. Either because he trained them or showed the way to doing wrestling properly in China. In 2013, an upstart promotion based in Chongqing, China named CNWWE hired The Slam as the lead booker and General Manager, due to his long experience in the Chinese Pro Wrestling scene. What was supposed to be China’s first real shot at creating a compelling, local pro wrestling promotion, had unfortunately quickly shut down due to the incompetence of CNWWE chairman, Paul, “The Drunken Boss” Nevertheless, The Slam went back to his home province of Guangdong and started running wrestling shows in a new location, what’s now known as “Slam’s Gym.”


What’s important to note is that The Slam has never charged for giving wrestling lessons or to use his personally made pro wrestling ring; The Slam has trained dozens of wrestlers all over China and even foreign wrestlers just out of the love of pro wrestling. The Slam wants nothing more than pro wrestling in China to be successful and he is at the heart of China’s wrestling scene. Middle Kingdom Wrestling was the first to reach out to The Slam to form a partnership with his CWE trained wrestlers and MKW is so thankful for this relationship and for building a strong foundation of Chinese Pro Wrestlers in China.

Chinese Wrestler "THE SLAM"

Chinese Wrestler “THE SLAM”


Building Pro-Wrestling in China

HoHo Lun and Selfie King- Chinese pro Wrestling MKW

HoHo Lun and Selfie King- Chinese pro Wrestling MKW

Building Pro-Wrestling in China
Chinese Pro Wrestling is difficult to understand at first and we here at MKW have worked our hardest to make it work in The Middle Kingdom.  China has made its presense known around the world and thousands, if not, millions of business men have tried to bring a piece of the west to China. What’s interesting about Pro Wrestling though, is that it isn’t exactly “western” — considering it has large mind share in Japan and Mexico as well as several other countries.
Chinese Pro Wrestling is filled with some of the hardest working individuals I’ve ever encountered in my whole life — it’s not about money, it’s not about the fame — it’s about being able to wrestle because more than any other thing in the world, they consider themselves Chinese Pro Wrestlers.  Chinese Pro Wrestling is still in a young stage, while WWE is the 4th most searched entry on Youku (Chinese version of Youtube,) and Tudou (another Chinese youtube,)  wrestling in China is still something that needs more cultivating before it can truly become a national phenomenom like it is in other countries.
People always cite that China has 1.4 billion people and that all you need is 1% of the population to view or purchase or engage in your product to become a true success, to become a multimillionaire. Every few years a Chinese business tycoon will invest into making a WWE style pro wrestling show in China and put on a big show in a large arena and it never goes anywhere afterwards — why? Because emulating a WWE style show for a Chinese Pro Wrestling audience is not the correct way to go.  MKW admires China in several ways but being a WWE copy-cat wrestling promotion will not make a successful wrestling promotion and Chinese wrestling promoters need to understand that.
Wrestling will always have good guys and bad guys and interesting characters, but you must think about the characteristics of your audience — Middle Kingdom Wrestling wants to bring Pro Wrestling with Chinese characteristics.  We will continue to book foreign wrestlers such as Dalton Bragg and Ash, to work with the local Chinese pro wrestlers, as it’ll only elevate their abilities and allow them to become stars with the local Chinese wrestling fans.  We will continue to work with Chinese pro wrestlers in helping them find their character that can relate to their culture. And we will continue to bring smiles to fans of pro wrestling in China!+
MKW held its first live events over the weekend of July 18th and July 19th and they were a roaring success with the Chinese wrestling audience.
MKW will hold its next show once again in the “CWE GYM” in Dongguan China on January 16, 2016.  MKW –  摔角王国 will continue to excite our fans!
Thank you for support Chinese Pro Wrestling and Chinese Pro Wrestlers!
Chinese Pro Wrestling fans

Chinese Pro Wrestling fans


We at the MKW office have been working hard on booking the tournament to crown our very first MKW championship belt and due to roster size restraints, we couldn’t include THE SLAM in the tournament.  We at MKW want to repeat, that it has NOTHING to do with The Slam‘s affilitation with CWE. We simply couldn’t fit The Slam into the tournament — but rest assured, The Slam will certainly be one of the top candidates to challenge for the MKW title belt after the tournament. After we broke this news to The Slam, he had this to say:


Press Release: MKW double-shot announced for July 18/19, 2015!!

June 16, 2015 Haerbin China – MKW officials have confirmed our first big event and writing is on the paper — the date is set for July 18th and July 19th, 2015.  It will be a double shot show in South China city GUANGZHOU, CHINA.  It’ll feature ALL of MKW’s stars as well as talent from MKW partner CWE.  This show will feature an 8 wrestler tournament to crown MKW’s very FIRST champion as well as other matches from Guangzhou’s CWE roster.

We also want to remind you that MKW’s first show will be filmed in full 360 V.R. through VR-CHINA services.  MKW wants to not just break new ground in new territory, but also in a new perspective — 360 perspective!

MKW would like to thank CWE, VR-CHINA and the city of Guangzhou for being with us together as we embark into MIDDLE KINGDOM WRESTLING’s first show!

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