About

ABOUT WWP

World Wrestling Professionals (WWP) is the largest wrestling federation in the Southern Hemisphere and the 3rd biggest in the world with humble beginnings in Nelson Mandela Bay. WWP is the only professional wrestling federation in SA that has a fully equipped Gymnasium in Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg, Durban and soon in Cape Town.

 

WWP is a highly skilled Professional Wrestling Federation, in demand by many Countries around the World. WWP receives in excess of 50 applications weekly from Wrestlers around the World wanting to join it, and locally we receive many application from South Africans wanting to become Wrestlers Professional Wrestling the World over is known to draw major viewers to the Channel that it is shown

Many broadcaster have identified the niche market and have begun to explore the possibility of having this incredible type of show on their networks. The WWP has had tremendous success in this field coming alongside the channel showing interest, and putting together a show.

The vision has always been to take South African Wrestling to another level and in 2005 after years of local shows the product Mark had create was noticed and the wrestling show was picked up by SABC 2. WWP Thunderstrike ran for a number of years. India came calling shortly after that and now features a WWP show on a weekly slot on Colors TV called 100% De Dana Dan which has secured the WWP brand in the middle east.

HOW WE OPERATE

WRESTLE MONSTER

WWP Wrestle Monster is a feature event at the annual Splash Fest in Port Elizabeth for the past 3 years and in 2018 WWP is expecting a crowd of 25 000 watching the talent that is the WWP Wrestling showcase.

ROADSHOW

The WWP continues to do massive Roadshows through South Africa , Africa and currently has a strong presence on the Asian Continent, where regular live shows are held with up to 50 000 spectators in attendance.

TRAINING

World Wrestling Professionals has five training facilities scattered across South Africa. Shows are sometimes independently held by the training facilities in their respective regions showcasing their top students.