The International Wrestling Association (IWA) is going to be a real, serious threat in the future, but some of the bigger names are taking their game to the next level.
Here are the latest news from around the world:* WWE is making a big splash with the launch of the new IWA World Wrestling Entertainment (WWEW) brand, which is being launched with a brand new tag team division.* The IWA is holding its annual summer tournament for its talent in Osaka, Japan, in July, and the IWAW will be there.* WWE has announced a new tag division for its upcoming WrestleMania event in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2019.
The world is on fire right now!* A report out of China says the IWC has signed a new four-year deal with World Wrestling Federation (WFWF) and is expected to pay about $5 million per year.
The deal will make it the largest independent wrestling company in the world, according to the report.* The IWC’s tag team world championship tournament will be held in Seoul, South Korea, in 2020.
The new tournament will feature eight wrestlers from across the world and is slated to be held at the Seoul Gymnasium.
The competition will feature four men’s and four women’s divisions and is being promoted by IWC-World.* There’s been an increase in the number of female wrestlers in the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship (IWJC) roster from three to six, which should help the brand grow even more.* IWJPF’s brand has a strong foothold in the U.S. and is expanding its presence in the Northeast.
IWC announced plans to open a New York City-based office in 2020.* IWJU will be hosting the first ever Women’s Tag Team Championships in 2019 in New York, New York.
The event will be hosted by IWJC and World Wrestling Association and will be the first women’s event in the division.
The IWJJU Women’s Division is set to have a field of eight wrestlers, and will feature five women, five men and one non-wrestling wrestler.
The company has also expanded its roster to eight wrestlers this year, and this will be its first women-only event since 2014.IWJJU is set up to be the next step for the brand in the Women’s division, and it’s likely the IJU roster will continue to grow.* A new report claims WWE has signed an agreement with the IJA, the Japanese independent wrestling association, to launch a new pro wrestling league for the organization.* WWE announced plans for a new independent wrestling league that will compete in Japan, but is likely to be called the IWW or the IWF.
The league will be a hybrid of WWE and the Japanese promotion IWrestling.
The IWW will feature nine wrestlers and will also be called IWJA, and IWF will feature six wrestlers and be called JWF.
The league will also feature the IJPW, which will feature 10 wrestlers and the JJPW will feature 12 wrestlers.