RSW PRESENTS ANARCHY 32 Posted 1 month ago by RSW

***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! 

RSW responds to XCW Posted 1 month ago by RSW

Earlier this morning, at a specially convened board meeting, RSW shareholders Armand von Krauss, Chris Parsons and Rob Riot discussed the ongoing, amicable discussion between Riot Star Wrestling and Xcellent Championship Wrestling regarding the ownership of the 'Gang Warfare' trademark in relation to professional wrestling. XCW should be honoured such a meeting took place at all, as von Krauss, Parsons and Riot cannot stand each other, and it must be considered a small miracle that they didn't murder each other inside the boardroom. 

RSW notes with delight that XCW have, as requested, added RSW's brand name prominently on their advertising for the 'Gang Warfare' Pay Per View, and we consider this to be excellent progress in the dispute. We are, however, confused by the addition of the word 'FUCK' in front of our brand name. If this is to be construed as a sexual advance, then on behalf of the RSW roster, we must respectfully decline.

We also note with some displeasure that our request was viewed as 'grounds for an impending war'. Whilst we admire your leadership's obvious affection for North Korea, and your adoption of their policy of making threats that they're clearly incapable of backing up, we are concerned that XCW's rhetoric may lead XCW's wrestlers and fans to believe that a conflict between the promotions is possible, or even desirable. From RSW's perspective, such a war would be viewed not so much as a battle, but an exercise in pest control, and we shudder to imagine what Garmr alone would do to your entire roster.

It is friendly advice of RSW to XCW, as one neighbourly promotion to another, that they should continue to feature the RSW brand on all future promotion regarding the Pay Per View, and desist from making further threats of violence, lest it actually occurs.

RE:RE: RSW cease and desist Posted 1 month ago by XCW

 “We here at XCW will not agree to such principles, and think it’s insulting and grounds for an impending war. Regardless if such thing, Joseph has consistently kept on the copyright of “Gang Warfare” alongside numerous other PPV names and themes due to his “never say never” when expressing his love for this business. And one more thing, from the stage hands to the talent to the arena officials, “Fuck RSW.”



Warforged: WWIII Posted 1 month ago by WF

The camera switches on and pans up to David Townsend sitting behind his desk at the Warforged Arena. He looks at the camera whilst nervously shuffling papers in front of him.

DAVE TOWNSEND: Hello people. Having been quiet for a few days after our blockbuster announcements of fighters signed by the company we have been working on another huge announcement. We didn't want to come out with anything until it was signed. 

He pauses for a few seconds before looking back at the camera.

DAVE TOWNSEND: After a few house shows to make sure we have knocked the kinks out of filming this epic sport we will be putting on a show of epic proportion. This show will be proof to the world that Warforged is a legit sport and not a glorified cock fight like some in the press have claimed. This show......No, this pay per view will show the world we are legit.

He smiles and puts down his papers and the picture fades to a picture of the pay per view's poster.


RSW responds to XCW re: "Gang Warfare" Posted 1 month ago by RSW

From the desk of Riot Star Wrestling's Management Committee:-

"RSW were unaware of any Gang Warfare copyright related to professional wrestling prior to the running of their own Pay Per View under this name, and certainly not as far back as 2011. Given the description provided, it is the opinion of our lawyers that, if 'Ruthless Uprising Wrestling' owned such a copyright to begin with, said copyright would have expired when 'Ruthless Uprising Wrestling' ceased trading. 

It should also be noted that RSW cannot and should not be expected to monitor the activities of every backyard and indie promotion in the world in case a trademarked property is used, and minor league promotions such as 'Ruthless Uprising Wrestling', as much as we're sure it had its charm, cannot realistically be expected to own and maintain any copyrighted material on a national or international level. It is only by virtue of the fact that XCW now has an international platform that the matter came to RSW's attention in the first place. 

RSW is keen to impress that it is not out for material gain, nor to tie other promotions up in legal paperwork, and therefore proposes a solution. Riot Star Wrestling will allow Xcellent Championship Wrestling to use the 'Gang Warfare' name for a Pay Per View broadcast, so long as prominent Riot Star Wrestling advertising is visible both inside the arena, and during commercial breaks in the broadcast.

RSW eagerly awaits a response."