Singapore Pro Wrestling, a hidden gem for lovers of WWE

Who knew you could find electrifying sports entertainment right here on the red dot?

Jonathan Lim | February 28, 2015 @ 03:15 pm


Fans of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) who are yearning to watch wrestling matches live need not shell out thousands of dollars to fly to the United States.

Home-grown Singapore Pro Wrestling (SPW) is the next best thing and it is slowly picking up steam. The wrestling outfit first held a full-card event in 2013 and has grown steadily since.

On 27 Feb 2015, it held its third edition of Prove, an event that gathers wrestlers from around the region to duke it out in a public spectacle.

SPW was even a featured event for last year’s Night Festival organised by the National Heritage Board.

Source: Mickey Pang
SPW at Night Festival 2014. Source: Mickey Pang

Check out some of the photographs from another SPW event in December 2014:









Want more photographs of pro-wrestling awesomeness? Give some support to SPW and like their Facebook page the photographs are found there.

Have more time? Why don’t you watch one of their matches:


Editor’s disclaimer: I was not paid to write this. I’m just doing my part to support a local production.

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