Powerslam.TV, the world’s largest indie pro wrestling channel, is now working with U.K. pro wrestling powerhouse Insane Championship Wrestling (“ICW”). ICW will start with over 20 events on Powerslam.TV including their famous Fight Club Series and the Fear & Loathing Series.
Powerslam.TV, which launched in 2018, is part of Crackle Plus, which is owned by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment. Powerslam.TV offers over 7,000 hours of pro wrestling content from over 150 brands from 20 different countries. Subscribers can see wrestling events from such well-known domestic brands as CZWStudios, AAW, DEFY, and Highspots, along with international favourites such as Progress Wrestling, Over the Top, Pro Wrestling EVE, RevPro, and now ICW. Pro wrestling fans can watch Powerslam.TV, on the web, on Amazon channels or by using iOS, Android, AppleTV, or Roku apps.
Insane Championship Wrestling, headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland, was founded by Mark Dallas and launched in 2006. It has been touted as one of the most exciting wrestling promotions not only in the U.K. but anywhere else in the world. ICW events feature some of the biggest names in the industry such as B.T. Gunn, Noam Dar, and Liam Thomson. Their live events are always sold-out, packed-house, standing-room-only affairs.
Powerslam.TV General Manager, Chris Woolsey spoke about his excitement for this new relationship saying, “I can’t tell you how thrilled we are to offer our audience these events from our friends at ICW. Their brand has always been on the bleeding-edge of the pro wrestling industry and we’re beyond excited to help them grow their audience by introducing them to our Powerslam.TV fans. This is a great ray of joy in a challenging season.”
Owner of ICW, Mark Dallas said, “During these crazy times, ICW is proud to play a small part in bringing entertainment to devices around the world through Powerslam.TV. Professional wrestling is often cited as something that brings people together and now that is truer than ever. We look forward to continuing our new relationship with Powerslam.TV and thank them for the opportunity to improve ICW’s visibility worldwide.”
— ICW (@InsaneChampWres) May 5, 2020
Pics courtesy of ICW