***DATELINE 12th APRIL 2018***


It's going to take a lot to drag us away from you. There's nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do. I bless the rains down in Africa....or, at least, I did until Riot Star Wrestling showed up there. 

That's right folks, the never ending Riot Star Wrestling Anarchy World Tour has jumped continents again, and now we're in Africa, kicking things off for the next cycle of Anarchy events in Alexandria, Egypt. And what a web the event will weave; not least because we must coronate a new Riot Star Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion in 'The Massacre Maker' Dylan Erickson! Erickson himself will surely want to know what the malevolent Abdul bin Hussein was doing at the end of Masquerade, and we may get answers on the night. Soothsayer may reveal to the world who he intends to take on as a tag team partner and challenge the shattered remnants of the troubled 'Family', and after suffering a great traumatic shock, Rob Riot has apparently agreed to speak to the world about the return of his missing son, live on air.

Don't let any of that distract you from a stellar card, though - 'D' defends the Anarchy Championship in a triple threat match against the newly rechristened 'Black Ice' Chris Gibson and deposed former Legacy Champion Havok, a deeply personal issue between Ruby Walsh and the O'Rourkes will surely only be worsened by a contest between Ruby and Eoin, and the self professed 'Pure' Kevin Rouser will have that purity tested by a man of the cloth in the legendary Reverend Shane Mitchell. All this, plus more of the action only RSW can give you, coming up at Anarchy 36!



***DATELINE 10th APRIL 2018***


There is - at long, long last - a new Riot Star Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion. Three warriors gave it everything they had, but one walked away with the biggest prize in the sport. But who? This was a night of change and revelation in Riot Star Wrestling, and for Garmr and Rob Riot, nothing will ever be the same again. Some big names appear to have finished their run. Others have surfaced in an RSW ring for the first time - and all at the biggest Pay Per View that happened anywhere in the world this week. It all went down in Hong Kong - forget the New Orleans shitshow, this is Riot Star Wrestling!

What are you waiting for? Check out the event, right now! 
***DATELINE 16th MARCH 2018***


All roads, for the longest time, have been leading here. And here, finally, we are. In the middle of the ring, at Masquerade III, Dylan Erickson will face the enigma known only as 'D' for the vacant Riot Star Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship. Only it's not that simple, because the ever cunning Nocturnal used one of the wishes granted to him by Armand von Krauss to be inserted into the match, and now it's a threeway. A threeway where all three competitors start the match in a cell. Were that not violent enough as a stipulation, the only way to win is to break out of the cell, climb it, and retrieve the title belt which is suspended from the rafters high above it!

In the co-Main Event, a match that's been a year in the making. RSW founder Rob Riot takes on the monster who's run roughshod over the roster and put the whole company at risk - Garmr. Riot wants to stop Garmr for good, whereas Garmr views the legendary Englishman as the only fight worth having left to him. Beating the beast has seemed nigh on impossible up to this point; does Riot have it in him to rise to the occasion one more time? 

Isaiah Zepp has only a marginally less enviable task, as he attempts to prise the RSW Legacy Championship from the fingers of the Modern Day Viking, Ragnar Magnusson. Magnusson is another who has steamrolled all who've stood in his way up to this point; does the resourceful Zepp have the tools to turn the tide? 

With other epic clashes up and down the card - including the traditional "Masquerade Ball", which will see new contenders crowned to face the RSW Tag Team Champions Eddie Havok & Caleb Koresh, Masquerade will once again be one of the highlights of the pro wrestling year. If you can't catch it live in Hong Kong, be sure to tune in to the EFZ Network on the night! 



***DATELINE 15th MARCH 2018***


The long road is over. Anarchy 35 has hit the air, and we now know who will be competing in the Main Event of Masquerade for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship. So why on Earth are you here reading this, instead of checking out what went down in Beijing, China? Somebody should have seen this coming, but nobody did. Safe to say the bookmakers had it wrong, and so did the entire wrestling world. Two of the biggest names in RSW now face unclear paths to the Pay Per View, and we are almost certain to have a brand new name engraved on the World Heavyweight Championship....or are we? 

Waste no more time, check the event out right now!





The smoke of New Year has cleared. Sad, discarded, rotting Christmas trees have long since been thrown out and collected by refuse disposal people. Outside the world is cold. It's wet. It's miserable. The tattered remnants of New Year's hope lay broken at the feet of equally broken New Year's resolutions. It's grim out there. We've got to get away from it. And we are....to Singapore!

The never ending Anarchy World Tour rattles on into the Far East with a scorcher of a card, as the longest World Heavyweight Championship Tournament in professional wrestling history screeches towards its tantric climax - highlighted by a particularly tasty looking clash between 2017's Rookie of the Year Dan Rosen, and the veteran enigma known only as 'D'. Frank Windsor straps his boots back on and goes on on one with Shane Mitchell in a contest that both men specifically asked for. This is the first time the two former RSW World Heavyweight Champions have battled in the ring, and it's sure to be a mat classic. Or a bloodbath. One or the other. The monstrous Garmr finds himself faced with Nob Kerfuffle. We hope the last remaining Hooligan has his financial affair in order, and a will drawn up. Billy Fowler faces a familiar foe in Dylan Erickson; two men who have been circling around each other since the Days of Empire. 

More Tournament matches account for the majority of the undercard, aside from RSW debuts for Vincent Augustine and Gus Wolf. And there's a nasty, persistent rumour that nobody has seen RSW founder Rob Riot since the climax of AnarChristmas IV. As always, we suspect something or someone else will appear and grab the attention of the world on the night. This is Riot Star Wrestling. It usually does...






You know it's the craziest thing when the wrestling ring itself nearly became a casualty of war during the night. How did the war against Garmr and his allies go through the night? 

Jesus Christ, you think I will be spilling the beans now? Click the pic below and dive in head first (or not since Garmr tends to crush those).

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***DATELINE: 15th DECEMBER 2017***


It's the most wonderful time of the year....because Riot Star Wrestling's biggest show of the year is just around the corner! It's Feliz Navidad for the RSW roster, as they will be spending the festive period in Mexico, specifically the Mexico Plaza Monumental deTijuana, which plays host to the fourth annual AnarChristmas event, and it's a sellout already. 

The big news, of course, is that Reverend Shane Mitchell, fittingly, has been born again for Christmas. Seemingly recovered from the injuries he suffered at Garmr's hands months ago, he made a shocking return at the conclusion of Anarchy 33 and laid down a challenge that the beast simply couldn't turn down. Garmr could barely be contained from tearing the Bastards limb from limb last time out, and may have put Cedric Bek on the shelf for good - could Shane truly have learned anything in his time away that could stop the roster-eating monster in his tracks? 

With the World Heavyweight Championship tournament taking a back seat for the night, RSW has built a card designed to entertain and enthral for Christmas. The Bastards finally defend their RSW Tag Team Championships against the Family, Ragnar Magnusson's Legacy Championship opportunity comes around in what is surely bad news for incumbent champion Havok, and Dylan Erickson must somehow navigate an Anarchy Championship defence in a triple threat match with both 'D' and Jakie Wentzel, whose status as enemies or allies never seems to remain consistent. After a series of, frankly, bizarre incidents (even by RSW standards), Kevin Rouser finally faces off with Mark Force, in a match sure to be dedicated to the memory of British celebrity Keith Chegwin. 

In a battle of the boardroom, Chris Parsons makes his long awaited return to the ring in what, on the face of it, looks like a serious mismatch with RSW majority owner - and non wrestler - Armand von Krauss. Dan Rosen and Isaiah Zepp battle to determine a new number one contender for the RSW Anarchy Championship. In a comeback of what could be epic proportions, RUBY 'SLAUGHTER' WALSH returns to the RSW roster and will surely make a statement by laying waste to the increasingly erratic Devin Stone. Elizabeth 'Apathy' Devereux also returns to active service, going one on one with Nob Kerfuffle, who now owns the mantle of 'The Last Hooligan'. PWA stalwart Lil C makes his RSW debut as he steps into the ring with Sal Insincere, and we have a pair of debutants jerking the curtain as Danny Parsons tangles with Gruzo. 

This is a momumental night of action, and only a fool would miss it. Make sure YOU know where you'll be when RSW presents....ANARCHRISTMAS IV!



***DATELINE: 13th DECEMBER 2017***



We are one event away from AnarChristmas IV, and good God did the deck of cards get knocked over at Anarchy 33! As the tournament progressed up and down the card, those who hadn't made the effort were brutalised from top to toe. A ragtag gang of long forgotten British celebrities wreaked havoc backstage. The Bastards paid tribute to their favourite entertainer from childhood. A Pinnacle Wrestling Association alumni reappeared from the wilderness, inserting himself into the strangest feud in wrestling. And one of RSW's greatest originals rose once more, stunning everybody inside the arena, and watching at home. There were shocking results, dark hints at a future full of danger, and a night of entertainment Columbia will never forget. 

What are you waiting for? Tune into Anarchy 33....right now!


***DATELINE: 16th NOVEMBER 2017***


RSW is stepping up the pace as we close in on AnarChristmas IV, and we're delighted to announce an extension to our tour of South America - this time, we're visiting Estadio El Campin down in Bogota, Columbia! With the roster still reeling from the events of Anarchy 32 - and, if sources are to be believed, Garmr's crew still chasing Billy Fowler around the streets of Chile in a car chase for the ages, focus now must turn to our final stop before the annual Christmas extravaganza. And that's probably just as well, because at some point they're going to have to park the cars and get in the ring - Fowler vs Garmr II is booked for Anarchy 33 as one of various tournament matches up and down the card. Also of interest is Dylan Erickson defending his newly won RSW Anarchy Championship against Nob Kerfuffle, who has stepped into the tournament in place of the departed Logan Omari. Hunter Valentyne has been booked on the card, but rumours are rife that the controversial star has walked out on the company in the midst of a scandal regarding allegedly faked footage of Rob Riot's son. 

If there's one thing the roster has shown us recently, it's that despite the tournament bookings, they just can't stop attacking each other, or making and breaking alliances, so who knows what's going to go down on the night? There's only one way to find out...join us! 



***DATELINE: 15th NOVEMBER 2017***


Santiago, Chile, we loved you! We loved you, we fought in you, we bled in you, and we left you with a night neither you nor we will ever forget. For all we know, there are still RSW wrestlers high tailing it around your back streets in hot pursuit of each other even as we speak. But who, and how did they get into such a predicament? Who was revealed, shockingly, as Garmr's new associate? And who made the first dent on Garmr's entourage...and then the man himself? Who humiliated Hunter Valentyne? Whose comeback was confirmed? Whose comeback is suspected? Have all the goalposts in RSW moved yet again? 

There's only one way to find out....tune into Anarchy 32 right now!


***DATELINE: 27th OCTOBER 2017***


As we move on from Anarchy 31, with its revelations and reunions, we're headed off to Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile for Anarchy 32, and the second set of fixtures for the Riot Star Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship tournament! 

The fixtures throw up some interesting pairings:- Rob Riot going up against equally long-tenured former PWA veteran (and now former Koresh Clan member) Chris Gibson, the now-unmasked 'D' face to face with Hunter Valentyne, and the truly bizarre pairing of Nocturnal and Mark Force; and Devin Stone's luck doesn't seem to be getting any better as he finds himself in a non-tournament match with the monstrous Garmr. 

Speaking of Garmr, with his team's dismissal of Hunter Valentyne post Anarchy 31, the roster truly is lined up against him as RSW seeks to face down the largest individual threat the promotion has ever known. Warring factions seem to have put hostilities on ice, with members of the Bastards, the Remnant, the Koresh family and even Armand von Krauss himself seemingly willing to act together to prevent the monster from tearing the entire roster limb from limb. But can any of these alliances - each of them wrought with their own internal difficulties - truly be effective? 

Only one thing is for certain. From now until he's defeated, Garmr is an enemy of the state! 



***DATELINE: 24th OCTOBER 2017***


The tournament for the vacant Riot Star Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship got underway in Brazil, and in true RSW style, none of the big stories on the night revolved around the advertised entertainment. Vengador Oscuro was finally unmasked and his true identity was revealed as a well known, multi-time world champion in several promotions. New alliances were formed....one of which happened under duress. Backstage assaults happened...but probably not the type you're imagining. And the sort of family feud that would send Steve Harvey running for the hills had implications up and down the card. Who won? Who lost? Who's friends with who? The only way to find out....is to tune into Anarchy 31 right now! 


***DATELINE: 18th SEPTEMBER 2017***


As announced by Armand von Krauss at Anarchy 30, the biggest tournament RSW has ever seen starts at Anarchy 31, and will end at AnarChristmas IV, crowning a new World Heavyweight Champion. Almost every active member of the RSW roster is involved, including some new signees who've been drawn to the promotion by the chance to win the big one, and other starts from RSW's past returning to take their shot, too. Any single one of them could turn out to be the victor, but based on what we saw at the end of Anarchy 30, perhaps that isn't the point. Perhaps we shouldn't be asking "Who's going to win the tournament?". Perhaps we should be asking "Who, if anybody, is capable of defeating Garmr?" 

Join us in Brazil for Anarchy 31, when the road to glory begins!



***DATELINE: 15th SEPTEMBER 2017***


It was another night of momentuous action in Riot Star Wrestling, as the Anarchy World tour crashed into Argentina. Before the night started, we knew the World Heavyweight Championship was vacant. How was that handled by management? And what consequences did it turn out to have for the entire roster? Did Nocturnal use any of his three wishes? Did Keira Eastwood and Louis Kubrick manage to hang on to their respective championships? Did Billy Fowler manage to survive his encounter with the monstrous Garmr in the cage? And who answered questions about his own future by putting the band back together? 

There's only one way to answer these questions: Tune into RSW Anarchy 30, right here, right now!