Holy Fashion: Meet Puerto Rico’s Newest Faction

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The Caribbean, specially Puerto Rico, has seen it’s share of good stables. In the last century, it was Carlos Colon and his Ejército de la Justicia (Army of Justice), later in the early 2000s, it was Ray Gonzalez’s Familia del Milenio and who can forget about Ricky Banderas – aka Mil Muertes – La Cruz […] READ MORE


The Caribbean Report: WWC, FWR and more

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WWC and WWL Still in a Blackout The two biggest companies in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, World Wrestling Council and World Wrestling League are still inactive. The promotions that dominated 2017 -especially WWL – haven’t announced a show or a match since they went on shutdown following last year’s Hurricane Maria blasted the islands. […] READ MORE


The Caribbean Report: CWA Wins Big, Mr. 450 and more

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CWA finishes strong in 2017 In what maybe Championship Wrestling Association’s best year so far, they finish 2017 with a great show – Christmas Showdown – in Dorado, Puerto Rico. The promotion had announced that Mighty Ursus challenging Star Roger for the CWA Championship 2 weeks ago, and al thought the match itself didn’t delivered […] READ MORE


The Caribbean Report: Invader I, Arolucha and more

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Invader I Returns to United States with FWR In what came as a shock for many wrestling fans, especially those living in North America, Invader I – aka Jose Gonzalez – will be appearing in the Florida Wrestling Revolution show on 2/10. Jose Gonzalez is arguably one of the most controversial names in Wrestling’s history. […] READ MORE


The 10 Greatest: Puerto Rico, Part 2

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Emmanuel Rosada continues his look at the Top 10 Greatest Wrestlers from the island of Puerto Rico. Read part 1 of the Greatest Puerto Rican Wrestlers of All Time. 5. Carlito The son of one of the best or the best worker in Puerto Rico – we will debate that later – Carlito rose quickly […] READ MORE


The 10 Greatest: Puerto Rico, Part 1

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Puerto Rico is a rich territory in terms of wrestling. The island had one of the hottest wrestling territories in late 70s and the 80s, and even in the 2000s, having a soar in the wrestling industry with the fame rivalry between International Wrestling Association and World Wrestling Council. Drawing big crowds in baseball stadiums, […] READ MORE


WWC Makes It’s Last Stand

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A problem that we have when we look at what is happening in Puerto Rican wrestling, is the lack of material or footage that can be seen by the outside world. Recently with Last Word on Pro Wrestling, that gap between the outside world and Puerto Rico (wrestling scene) has been slowly disappearing. But there’s still […] READ MORE



OT Fernandez: Bringing back glory to WWC’s Jr. Heavyweight Title

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The Junior Heavyweight Championship has had a weird mark in wrestling. Almost every big promotion has a championship of this kind, with a weight limit of 205 or 220, displaying young, up and coming talent and being the usual openers for every event. It is a championship subject of appreciation. New Japan gives their belt a lot of […] READ MORE