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World Hybrid Wrestling
Image of World Hybrid Wrestling
Information
Acronym WHW
Formerly called {{{names}}}
Industry Professional E-Wrestling
Headquarters Flag of the United States.png
Area Served Worldwide
Episodes 1
Theme Music -
Brand(s) Warfare
Fallout
Additional Shows Turbo
Established July 2011
Management
Chairmen Mister K & Robbie V
COO -
Vice President Killswitch
Writer(s) Mister K/Robbie V(Warfare)
MITB/Killswitch(Fallout)
Head(s) of GFX RRS
Executive Assistant {{{execassist}}}
Founder(s) That One Place
External Links
Website http://www.freewebs.com/whw2011/

World Hybrid Wrestling (WHW) is an e-federation ran by owners and Co-Chairmen, Mister K and Robbie V. The E-Federation has been running since July 23, 2011 and boasts very professional writers, designers, and board members as well as an extensive roster. World Hybrid Wrestling is also revolutionary for its concept of having already established e-fedders join under entirely new personas. It is promoted by two brands, each of which have different wrestling rules: Warfare, under extreme rules, and Fallout, under pure wrestling rules. WHW also showcases its talent in semi-monthly brand-exclusive and inter-branded "Free-Per-Views" (FPVs).

Company History

The Beginning

In the summer of 2011, Mister K along with other former Extreme Answers Wrestling employees were in the works of creating a new e-federation that would be both revolutionary and enjoyable. Talk of such a federation had been going on since the previous summer in 2010. It was decided that two brands would host their own respective shows each week under different rules. One brand, Warfare, would retain extreme rules, in which there are no disqualifications, count outs, or rope breaks. The other brand, Fallout, would be contested under pure wrestling rules, in which use of weapons are prohibited, rope breaks are used, and count outs are recognized. Although the original plan for World Hybrid Wrestling was to showcase newer talent, experienced competitors were welcomed to the federation as long as they agreed to take on entirely new personas while participating in the e-federation. Additionally, standards for promoing were to be changed from the past idea of having to promo whenever a competitor would like. With new standards, competitors would have deadlines as to when they can post promos and would only have their best promo counted if they were to post more than one promo. After constructing a small roster, board, and site for two weeks before the e-federation was planned to be opened, WHW opened its doors on July 23, 2011, for anyone to sign up as long as they conformed to the standards and followed all rules set.

Controversy

As a result of World Hybrid Wrestling being an e-federation operated and supported by many former employees of Extreme Answers Wrestling, it is assumed that WHW is a malicious attempt to steal EAW employees in the future and eventually kill off EAW's popularity. However, as explained previously by WHW Chairman, Mister K, WHW was created in order to be both revolutionary and enjoyable. World Hybrid Wrestling in no way associates itself with the idea of wanting to have disputes with EAW, steal its members, or battle it in any other way.

Company Brands

Warfare

Warfare serves as one of the two originally-planned brands that would promote World Hybrid Wrestling at its start in July 2011. The brand is currently written and managed by Mister K and Robbie V.

WHW Warfare's current logo (2011).

The brand showcases several experienced competitors who are referred to as "extremists" rather than "wrestlers" or "competitors" (unless being talked about with a Fallout superstar). Warfare uses extreme rules as its primary standards, meaning that there are no disqualifications, count outs, or rope breaks. It retains the conventional WHW standards of only acknowledging an extremist's best promo for their upcoming match. As there are multiple inter-branded championships that cover the majority of WHW, Warfare's only brand exclusive championship is the Uncensored Championship which serves as a mid-card championship. Warfare serves its purpose of retaining the previously-successful extreme rules and the storylines arising from the more hardcore storylines.

Fallout

Fallout serves as the other originally-planned brand that would promote World Hybrid Wrestling at its start in July 2011. The brand is currently written and managed by MITB and Killswitch with some help from a variety of other writers.

WHW Fallout's current logo (2011).

The brand showcases several experienced competitors who are referred to as "superstars" rather than "wrestlers" or "competitors" (unless being talked about with a Warfare extremist). Fallout uses pure wrestling rules as its primary standards, meaning that, unlike Warfare, count outs and rope breaks are recognized while use of weapons in matches are prohibited. It retains the conventional WHW standards of only acknowledging an extremist's best promo for their upcoming match. As there are multiple inter-branded championships that cover the majority of WHW, Fallout's only brand exclusive championship is the Territorial Championship which serves as a mid-card championship. Fallout attempts to recreate pure wrestling matches used in this section of e-federations, as its popularity has dwindled since the end of Answers Championship Wrestling Federation.

Champions

Championship Current champion(s) Date Won Event Previous champion(s)
Inter-branded*
WHW Championship Vacant - - N/A
WHW Hybrid Championship Hammer August 2, 2011 WHW: Debut N/A
WHW Women's Championship Vacant - - N/A
WHW World Tag Team Championships The Creeds (Jay Creed & Kevin Creed) August 2, 2011 WHW: Debut N/A
Warfare
WHW Uncensored Championship Vacant - - N/A
Fallout
WHW Territorial Championship Vacant - - N/A
  • These titles are inter-branded; they are accessible to both brands.
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