Pulse Wrestling Federation, LLC
PWF original logo
Acronym PWF
Type Private
Industry Professional Wrestling,
Sports Entertainment
Founded 2009
Founder(s) Tommy Bishop
Headquarters Flag of the United States Atlanta, Georgia,
United States
Key People Sean Cutter
(Chairman & CEO)
Krystal Cutter
(EVP, Talent Relations)
Owner Sean Cutter (56% of shares; 82% of voting power)
Parent Chimera Sports International
Formerly American Wrestling Federation (2009-2010)
Traumatic Wrestling Entertainment (2010-2011)
Website Official website

The Pulse Wrestling Federation (PWF) is an American professional wrestling e-federation, founded in 2009 by Tommy Bishop. From 2009 to 2011, the promotion was under the ownership of Tommy Bishop and promoted as the American Wrestling Federation (AWF) before being sold to Chimera Sports International, an American sports promotion company specializing in mixed martial arts and professional wrestling. It is currently the largest professional wrestling promotion in the world, reaching 7 million viewers in the U.S. and broadcasting its shows to more than 100 countries. Like other professional wrestling promotions, PWF's shows do not feature legitimate sporting contests. Instead, its programs feature storyline-driven combat sport matches with predetermined outcomes and fighting maneuvers that are worked, all promoted as legitimate bouts.

PWF currently runs several wrestling shows each month throughout the Midwest and on the East Coast of North America. It has also held shows on the West Coast, in the United Kingdom, Japan and Canada. Annual shows include "SuperSlam," "Tournament of Kings," "Great American Scramble," "Summercade," "Soul Survivor," and "Starrcase"
(the last show of the calendar year).


Main article: History of AWF

American Wrestling Federation (2009)

In August of 2009, former Olympic Gold Medalist Tommy Bishop had decided to make the decision to form the AWF after being dissatisfied with the direction that the wrestling business as a whole was taking. So with enough money saved up from his days as an active wrestler, Bishop had decided to open the AWF and not even within the first week, loads of first time wrestlers and former world heavyweight champions in other promotions had jumped at the opportunity to be a part of the newfound company. The first episode of Monday Night Madness was held on August 31, 2009. The AWF went on to great heights becoming one of the most popular and well known feds before its demise in late June of 2010. Many wrestlers grew restless with odd decisions made on managements behalf. Although the company experienced a terrible fall it gave itself a legacy that will last for ever.

Wicked Wrestling Federation Inc./Traumatic Wrestling Entertainment (2010)

Walter South and Eddie North formed WWFI in May 2010 with several featured AWF alumni like The Flaming Red, Ripper, Chris Michaels, Twista XL, Surge and Tim Lucker, and new talents. WWFi folded and was resurrected as TWE in October 2010.

Pulse Wrestling Federation (2011-present)

Pulse Wrestling Federation opened its doors in July of 2011 as a continuation of AWF and TWE with Tommy Bishop at the helm, based out of Atlanta, Georgia.


Match outcomes are determined largely by the strength of a member's role play for their particular match, although there are sometimes occurrences where matches are decided based on an overarching storyline. Members of the federation are placed into matches by the creative staff, and these matches are then announced in the federation forums. Members are given time to create a role play regarding their match, and after the deadline has closed, these role plays are considered by the creative staff. The creative staff then votes on the outcome of the match after considering these role plays. The wrestler or team of wrestlers (in a tag team match) that does the better role play is selected to win the match. Following this, the results are turned over to match writers. These writers then create the match details. When all the matches have been composed, they are posted as a new television show, pay-per-view, or special.



Upcoming pay-per-view schedule


Date Event Venue City
October 19, 2014 Vendetta KeyArena Seattle, WA
December 14, 2014 Starrcase Verizon Center Washington, D.C.


Date Event Venue City
January 18, 2015 First Blood Philips Arena Atlanta, GA
February 15, 2015 Caged Heat Baltimore Arena Baltimore, MD
March 15, 2015 Quest for the Best Scottrade Center St. Louis, MO
April 12, 2015 SuperSlam III Staples Center Los Angeles, CA
May 10, 2015 Unsanctioned Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA
June 7, 2015 Vendetta Allstate Arena Rosemont, IL
July 5, 2015 The Great American Scramble First Niagara Center Buffalo, NY
August 2, 2015 Tournament of Kings V: Lethal Lottery Phones 4u Arena Manchester, England
August 30, 2015 Summercade: Sixth Anniversary Show TBA TBA
September 27, 2015 Forsaken Verizon Center Washington, D.C.
October 25, 2015 Slamageddon PNC Arena Raleigh, NC
November 22, 2015 Soul Survivor TBA TBA
December 20, 2015 Starrcase TBA TBA

Former pay-per-view events

Month Pay-per-view events Notes
January Resolution (2010)
State of Emergency (2012)
First Blood (2013)
February Love Hurts (2010)
March St. Patrick's Day Massacre (2010)
April World War (2010)
May MegaBrawl (2010)
London Calling: Shattered II (2012)
June Summer Solstice (2010)
July Reaped, Wrecked & Barbed (2010)
August Invasion (2010)
Revival (2011)
September Viva Las Vegas (2009)
October Haunted (2009, 2011-2012)
December Shattered (2009)


Main article: List of PWF personnel

The Pulse Wrestling Federation (PWF) is a professional wrestling promotion based in Atlanta, Georgia. Employees in PWF consist of professional wrestlers (the ring name of the employees are written to the left, while the employee's real name is written to the right; employees without an alias, will only have their real name appearing), managers, play-by-play and color commentators, announcers, interviewers, referees, trainers, script writers and various other positions. Executives and board of directors are also listed. This list is organized alphabetically by the wrestlers' real last names. This is a list of professional wrestlers who are Pulse Wrestling Federation employees, and a list of former employees of the professional wrestling promotion Pulse Wrestling Federation (PWF). In the early days of the company, talent often only appeared a couple of times before disappearing, or wrestlers accepted bookings with other companies, resulting in extended absences from PWF.

Championships and accomplishments

Current champions

ChampionshipCurrent champion(s)Date wonEventPrevious champion(s)
Undisputed PWF Championship Cyrus Riddle October 21, 2012 Haunted III Eddie North
PWF World Television Championship Jason Randall October 21, 2012 Haunted III Akio Masaru
PWF World Tag Team Championship David & Goliath
(Alex Scott & Walter South)
October 21, 2012 Haunted III Age of Chaos
(Akio Masaru & Jay McRae)
Women's PWF Championship Miss Michelle January 13, 2013 First Blood Eva de la Cruz

Other accomplishments

AccomplishmentLatest winnerDate won
Carte Blanche Chase Wellington March 10, 2013
Tournament of the Kings Age of Chaos
(Jay McRae & Akio Masaru)
March 11, 2012
Great American Scramble TBD June 30, 2013
Soul Survivor TBD October 20, 2013

Defunct championships

ChampionshipFinal champion(s)Date wonEvent
Universal Championship Chris Michaels June 27, 2010 Summer Solstice
Tag Team Championship The Hate Bears (Surge & Tim Lucker) March 29, 2010 Monday Night Madness
North American Championship Colin Bale February 28, 2010 Love Hurts
Television Championship Trenton York September 8, 2010 Justified
Hardcore Championship Nitsuj September 8, 2010 Justified
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