Si o Si: BJ Returns to WWL

|

The second youngest World Wrestling Council (WWC) Universal Champion, BJ returned to World Wrestling League (WWL) this past weekend. El Fenómeno as he is nicknamed is a former WWL Americas Champion. Where was he hiding all this time? BJ, who practicably was made in Puerto Rico’s oldest promotion, WWC, hasn’t been in a major promotion since […] READ MORE


The Dream Comes To An End: Savio Vega Confirms Exit from WWL

|

Savio Vega, one of the minority owners of World Wrestling League and who was headlining most of the main events of the promotion lately, confirmed yesterday via Facebook that he will no longer work with WWL. In an statement on social media, the former WWF/E Superstar told fans about his exit and said that “wrestling keeps […] READ MORE


#AndNEW: Mark Davidson Wins WWL Cruiserweight Championship

|

Mark Davidson, one of the most promising wrestlers in Puerto Rico, won the World Wrestling League (WWL) Cruiserweight Championship last night. Davidson was following the steps of Pupe Jackson, who won the title back in April in the WWL return show Juicio Final. He accepted the famous Pupe Jackson Cruiserweight Challenge (Drunken Challenge) last show in Mayaguez and […] READ MORE


#AndNEW: Bellito Wins WWC Television Championship

|

Puerto Rico’s top indie prospect, Bellito, finally beat OT Fernandez to win the World Wrestling Council Television Championship Saturday night at WWC’s La Hora de la Verdad event. As we detailed early this year, WWC dropped the Junior Heavyweight title and restored the Television title in midst of their champion, Angel Cotto, being in the United […] READ MORE


5 Wrestlers That WWC Should Elevate in 2018

|

It’s clear that World Wrestling Council (WWC) in Puerto Rico doesn’t give a damn about what their fan base thinks. They have run for over four decades now, starting almost at the same time with the now second-best wrestling promotion in the world, New Japan Pro Wrestling. In 2018, with their first show already on their […] READ MORE


Holy Fashion: Meet Puerto Rico’s Newest Faction

|

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: 2017 Awards, WWL, CKCW and more

|

  End of the Year Awards in Puerto Rico The year 2017 ended and the Puerto Rican scene saw the winners of this year best of the year awards. In past years, the duties to deliver the award were given to PRWrestling.com site, which was a pioneer in the industry in the early 2000s, opening […] READ MORE


CKCW: Gateway for Puerto Rican Wrestling

|

Getting notice in the international wrestling scene is hard. You must travel hundreds of miles for low money and sometimes minimum opportunities, your chances of working in other territories are slim, especially if you’re from Puerto Rico. Imagine being on a 100 x 35 island with only a handful of good promotions that put regular […] READ MORE


Puerto Rico’s Top Prospects (Part 2): Bellito

|

Welcome Back! We continue to highlight the most exiting prospects in the wrestling scene of Puerto Rico. In this article we go with the ace of Championship Wrestling School, Bellito. From actor to wrestler, that’s a weird turn of events for the wrestler known as Bellito. Coming from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Carlos Calderón – […] READ MORE


The Caribbean Report: WWL news, Hurricane Irma and more

|

A Pandora box opened in WWL The World Wrestling League is having a bit of a crisis lately. As we reported last week, WWL’s Head Booker Hector “Moody” Melendez, announced on his Facebook page that he will no longer be serving a head of creative for WWL. The news was drawn as Moody finally getting […] READ MORE