4 Corners Wrestling
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Federation Name 4 Corners Wrestling
Shows
  • Storm Front (Monthly; usually last Sunday)
  • Duskfall (Monthly; usually first Sunday [debuted Jan 2020])
  • MoreCW (short form post-show coverage)
  • 4CW Live (non-televised house show circuit)
Theme

Storm Front

  • "Lightning Strike" by Judas Priest (2021 - Present)
  • "Never Back Down" by Hyro the Hero (2019 - 2021)
  • "Vertigo" by Eclipse (2016 - 2019)

Duskfall

  • "Ties That Bind" by Alter Bridge (2020 - Present)
PPVs
  • Revival (April)
  • Gallows End (October)
Time open 1999–2011, 2012-2014, 2016-Present
Owners Sery
GM Sery
Based in United States of America
Federation type Booking based on RPs, show contributions and board activity.
Website 4CW

4 Corners Wrestling, otherwise known as 4CW, established in 2004, is a booking/RP/contribution-based efederation based in the US. It is not to be confused with the newer 4CW which was established in 2013 and there is no connection between the two promotions.

It broadcasts shows in the form of Storm Front, Duskfall and PPVs.

It is currently owned by 4CW Hall of Famer Sery, who bought the company from the previous consortium after defeating Rhys Cain in a Lumberjack match at Gallows End 2020 for the right to make the bid.

Background

Formation (1999 - 2005)

4CW opened its doors in 1999 and had several names, including 4FW and C4W until it was re-branded in 2004 as 4CW. In 4CW's early years, the nation was gripped with unique match types, compelling stories and larger than life superstars such as [chux], Mike Nichols, Jack Valentine, Inferno, Cocozo, Lord Skywolf, Senecca, Dirk Meyer, Gemini and Supreme.

Expansion (2006 - 2009)

4CW continued to grow towards the end of the 2000s, with more stars becoming household names like Chris Drake, Stardust, Eddie Wolfbaine, Clyde Bonham, Carlos Murphy, Jon Viper, Sery, Willy Twist, Carstein and Rocket Roky.

4CW was at its height running weekly shows with a packed roster.

Turbulent Years (2010 - 2015)

4CW continued to succeed throughout 2010, with new, dynamic stars emerging faster than they had in years.

However, 4CW had some turbulent years from 2011 to 2015, with periods of inactivity peppered throughout. During this time, we saw stars such as Brock McSweeney, Jacob Scharff, Sorin Webster and Rhys Cain rise to prominence.

New Generation (2016 - 2019)

4CW was revived in 2016 and has been active since. New stars have risen to prominence such as Brian White, Phil McGroin, Glock Nine, Pilgrim Paige and Witch Hazel as well as the returns of many 4CW legends like Jon Viper, Clyde Bonham, S&M, Jack Valentine and Eddie Wolfbaine.

In 2017, the 4CW Universal Championship was revived. Also, the Stormchaser tournament debuted.

In 2018, the 4CW Tag Team Championships were revived and the 4CW Hardcore Championship was established. 2018 also saw the debut of the Rumble in the Storm match.

In 2019, the Lightning in the Bottle match and achievement were established.

Exponential Growth (2019 - 2021)

From the latter half of 2019 onwards, 4CW saw a large amount of growth. The tag team division continued to thrive, with established teams like Umbra Maxima, The Liberation, Murder of Crows and Silent Sorcery being joined by the likes of Synth City Thrillers, the returning S&M and more.

It was announced that as of 2020, a secondary show would debut entitled 4CW Duskfall. Duskfall debuted in January 2020, but was immediately shelved indefinitely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. It has been confirmed that there are plans for Duskfall to return in the future.

The Birth of the 4CW Network (2021 - Present)

The announcement of a tangible 4CW Network, with archival 4CW library, as well as new content, extra shows, exclusive interviews and features and much more came at the beginning of 2021. This ambitious and historic project would begin from January 2021 and grow as time goes on to become a haven of 4CW content. With this announcement, came a whole spectrum of opportunity for superstars, old, current and new, to shine in the 4CW spotlight.

Currently, there are monthly shows being run and two PPVs per year, with special "supershows" cropping up a few times a year.

PPV/SuperShow Calendar

4CW has at present two PPVs a year:

Other shows have been aired in the past, when 4CW had a more regular PPV schedule including War and Massacre.

Storm Front sometimes hosts special "SuperShow" episodes. Upcoming Storm Front SuperShows include:

  • February 2021: Storm Front: Declaration
  • July 2021: Storm Front: Rumble in the Storm IV
  • August 2021: Storm Front: Social Mayhem
  • December 2021: Storm Front: WAR V
  • February 2022: Storm Front: In Your Apartment

4CW has a collection of SuperShows that are no longer active. These include Cash Out, In Your Apartment, Autumn Awakening and Night of Champions.

4CW has also started a series of special one-off shows throughout the year with the release of a tangible 4CW Network. The first of these shows was 4CW Hardcore Hellfire in November 2020. The second show will be 4CW Cupid's Chaos on February 14, 2021.

Upcoming one-off shows include:

  • 4CW Cupid's Chaos (February 14, 2021)
  • 4CW Pride and Pain (June 1, 2021)
  • 4CW Riding The Storm (September 1, 2021)
  • 4CW Avalanche (December 15, 2021)

Championships & Achievements

Championships

Matches

Tournaments

Merchandise and media

Video Games

Collectibles

Movies

  • Action Faction (2019)
  • The Sea (2019)
  • The Narrow Road With Houses On Both Sides (2019)
  • It's Coming (2020)
  • A Journey Down The Rabbit Hole (2020)
  • B. Elliot (2020)
  • Action Faction Reaction (2021)
  • Things, TIme & Places (2021; in production)
  • Scantily Clad Crowbar (2021; in production)
  • Oathbarer (2022; in pre-production)

4CW Hall of Fame

Roster

Below is a list of current and former roster members.

Active:

Tag Teams:

Factions:

  • The Janiturs
  • The Supergroup
  • The Order of the Phoenix
  • The Coven (defunct)

Injured/Inactive:

  • 4CW's official band

Alumni:

Win-Loss Records

Staff

Below is the list of current and former staff members.

  • Owners:
    • Sery (Oct 2020 - Present)
  • Previous Owners:
  • General Manager:
    • Sery (August 2018 - July 2020; October 2020 - Present)
    • Rhys Cain (July 2020 - October 2020)
    • Lord Skywolf (May 2017 - July 2018)
    • Quinn Cox [Dirk Meyer] (October 2016 - May 2017)
    • Max Clay (2014-2016)
    • Hugh Knowles (2012 - 2014)
  • Play-by-play Commentators:
    • Scott Phoenix (2004 - 2006; 2008 - Present)
    • "Mr Wrestling" Joseph Bennison (2007)
  • Color Commentators:
  • Ring Announcers:
    • Michael Carson (2014 - Present)
    • Jenny Loveless (2004 - 2016)
    • Sarah Loveless
  • Interviewers:
    • Marie Dubois (2016 - 2020)
    • Gabriel Crowe (2010 - Present)
    • Leon Teller (2020 - Present)
  • Senior Officials:
    • Jason Trent (Head Referee; 2016 - Present)
    • Anna Molly (2018 - Present)
  • Junior Officials:
    • Jude O'Cater (2018 - Present)
    • Vivian Ford (2020 - Present)
    • Stanley Robb (2020 - Present)
    • Teddy Smith (2020 - Present)

Affiliates

Sery Shop

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