This coming WrestleMania Week, Game Changer Wrestling and other independent wrestling organizations come together for The Collective. However, this won’t be the only collaboration of its kind to take place in 2022. It was announced, via Twitter, that Future Stars of Wrestling will collaborate with not only GCW but The Wrestling REVOLVER and Black Label Pro to bring the Full Tilt Weekend Collective. Set to take place from May 26 to May 29, this multi-day affair will take place at Silver Nugget Casino and FSW Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Further details will be announced in time.
Full Tilt Weekend Collective Announced
What to Know Regarding Joint Production in May
As of this moment, there are no concrete details regarding specific shows that FSW, GCW, REVOLVER, or BLP will hold during the Full Tilt Weekend Collective. However, it’s safe to assume that many of the more recognizable names from each promotion, such as EFFY, Allie Katch, and Nick Gage of GCW, will be involved in certain fashions. Stay tuned to the companies’ social media channels for information as it becomes available.
*NEW SHOW ALERT*@PWRevolver is coming to VEGAS!
More info coming soon! pic.twitter.com/pcwCj6o9Kb
— The Wrestling REVOLVER (@PWRevolver) March 24, 2022
Future Stars of Wrestling is a Las Vegas-based independent wrestling organization. Touted as the #1 promotion in the Western U.S.A., it was founded in 2009 and brought in many well-known names in both indie and mainstream wrestling alike. Among the names in question are Chris Bey, Kenny King, Matt Hardy, and Jon Moxley. Indie wrestling fans may be familiar with some of the company’s champions, too; case and point, the FSW Heavyweight Championship is currently held by Hammerstone of Major League Wrestling fame.
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