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Virtual Wrestling Entertainment
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Established:

2009

CEO:

Seth Cameron

Shows:

VWE Primetime @ 6PMSLT (Tues.)
VWE Edge @ 6PMSLT (Fri.)
PULSE @ 2PMSLT (Sun.)

Virtual Wrestling Entertainment (formerly Xtreme Wrestling Action), was founded in the early part of October 2009 by Seth Cameron, Sidney Washborne, Loody Graves, Sam The Man, Akasha Faulkes, & JW Beeswing.

Currently, Virtual Wrestling Entertainment is currently owned and operated by VWE Chairman Seth Cameron, following Stuart Warf's departure after WrestleSeries XI.

The weekly shows, as well as the vast majority of the VWE's Free-Per-View shows emanate from the Golden State Arena in City of Gold, SL.

The majority of these weekly shows as well as Free-Per-View events were produced by the company Rezzed.TV until it's merger in early 2011 with MetaMix TV who continued production of the shows until October 2011.

The VWE currently has 8 championship titles that are active, with 3 of them being allocated to the males division of the roster, 3 to the females division, and 2 intergender.

VWE World Heavyweight Championship - Michael Karsin

VWE Women's World Championship - Kittie Lovencraft

VWE United States Championship - Drake Edwards

VWE Radiance Championship - Viola Beaumont

VWE Xtreme Championship - Bryce Ketterley

VWE Intergender Tag Team Championship - Hughie Fivo and Tremor

PULSE Heavyweight Championship - Nyle Nightfire

PULSE Women's Championship - Thee Heiress

PULSE Exhibition Championship - Natas Grimore

Weekly ShowsEdit

Virtual Wrestling Entertainment currently operates three weekly shows that cater to different purposes for the week. The two big shows that the VWE operates are Primetime, which runs on Tuesdays at 6pm SLT (formerly known as Unleashed) and EDGE, which runs on Fridays at 6pm SLT (formerly known as Fatal1ty). These shows serve the main focus for the storylines and have been running together for most of the companies history.

In 2013, VWE debuted a new show called Experience (sometimes known as EXP) which is aimed at the development of the VWE's younger talents as well as enhancing some of the more well known stars and is now a part of the training process for VWE's stars. The show was ran on Thursday @ 2PM SLT before it's cancellation in 2015.

In December of 2015 VWE announced a brand new show to replace EXP called Thursday Night Pulse. Pulse debuted on February 18th, 2016 and ran as a Bi-Weekly show till 2017. Starting in January 2017 Pulse moved to Sunday Afternoons at 1PM SLT while also becoming a weekly show. The next month at the PULSE 1 Year Anniversary Supershow VWE officially changed the name from "Sunday Pulse" to "PULSE Wrestling" due to influx of talent coming from partner feds DIE, and WPWF while also unveiling a new opening video, new logo, new PULSE Championship, and the unveiling of the Brand new PULSE Womens Championship.

2020 Supercard EventsEdit

Throughout the course of 2020, the VWE will put on a number of supercard events which showcase major events, all culminating in December with WrestleSeries XII. The dates and event names are subject to change.

  • VWE Overdrive - February 28th, 2020
  • VWE Versus - April 10th, 2020
  • VWE Proving Grounds - May 15th, 2020
  • VWE Beach Brawl XI - June 19th, 2020
  • VWE Dead End - August 7th, 2020
  • VWE Elimination Royale - September 11, 2020
  • VWE Six Feet Under - October 23rd, 2020
  • VWE WrestleSeries XII - December 18th, 2020

Roster: WrestlersEdit

  • Austin Knight
  • Braden Karsin
  • Brakman Wylder
  • Bryce Ketterley
  • Daggar
  • Derrick Cult
  • Drake Edwards
  • Hammer
  • "The Misfit" Jeffrey Fireguard
  • Kerok
  • "THE" Kieran Darkwatch
  • Malik Jewell
  • "The Gunslinger" Matt Asadar
  • "The Last Karsin Standing" Michael Karsin
  • Natas Grimore
  • "The Architect of Annihilation" Night
  • "The Infamous" Nyle Nightfire
  • Razar Diesel
  • Rhys Tucker
  • Skillex
  • Victor X. Kessel
  • "The Crusader" Vince Easterwood
  • Wrex Ocelot
  • "The Only Star" Nitro Kyx

Roster: BombshellsEdit

  • The Banshee
  • Jadzia
  • June Gloom
  • Kittie Lovencraft
  • Lyra Phoenix
  • Marcy "Sass" Schafer
  • Maxine
  • Nadie
  • Phire
  • "Ms. Bollywood" Rani Patel
  • Thee Heiress
  • Viola Beaumont

AlumniEdit

  • Adune Snowpaw - VWE World Championship, VWE United States Championship, 2012 Elimination Royale Winner, VWE Japanese Champion, VWE Canadian Champion
  • Akasha Faulkes - Co-Founder, General Manager of VWE Primetime (Formerly known as XWA Unleashed, from October 2009 to end of June 2010), First XWA/VWE Bombshell Xtreme Champion
  • Benbe "The Hero" Kirax - Hall Of Famer, 2011 King of the Arena Winner, 2-time VWE World Heavyweight Champion, 2-time VWE United States Champion, former On-screen Chairman, former Executive Vice President
  • Brooke Owens - First ever VWE Radiance Champion, Longest Reigning Pulse Women's Champion, 2016 Breakout Star Of The Year
  • "The Star" Christina Krovac - 4x VWE Womens World Champion, 2016 Bombshell Of The Year, 2017 Heel Of The Year, 2017 Match Of The Year (With Chloe Valentine), VWE Hall Of Fame class of 2017, Match of the Decade vs Chloe Valentine (FrostByte 2017)
  • "The Selfie Queen" Chloe Valentine - 2x VWE Womens World Champion, 5X GRA Winner, Match of the Decade vs Christina Krovac (FrostByte 2017)
  • "The Icon" David Hawk Actor - 2-time VWE World Heavyweight Champion, 2-time US Champion, 2-time International Champion, 1-time Xtreme Champion, 2017 ER Winner, 2019 King Of The Arena Winner
  • Elisa Riddler - Hall Of Famer, VWE Women's Champion
  • Hilary Lanfier - former Women's International champion, 2017 QOTA Winner, Former VWE Radiance champion
  • Isabelle - Longest reigning VWE Women's World Champion (357 days), First ever VWE Unified Women's champion, First ever to hold both the Women's World Title & The Women's International Title at simultaneous times also was the 2014 Elimination Royale Winner
  • Jackson Doune - VWE Hall of Famer, 3-time VWE World Heavyweight Champion, VWE United States Champion, 2014 King of the Arena
  • Jasper Corvinus - VWE Grid Champion
  • "The Hardcore Freak" Jenn Parkin - VWE World Heavyweight Champion, VWE Women's Champion, VWE Bombshell Extreme Champion
  • John Dennis - First VWE Grid Champion
  • Kimberly Soulstar - Hall Of Famer, Former VWE Women's Champion
  • Katiee Davi - Member of Fatal Attraction
  • Lily Martinez - 2-time VWE Women's World Champion, 2015 Elimination Royale Winner
  • Marionetta the Trickster - First Ever Bombshell Grand Slam winner, All Or Nothing winner
  • Nanny Gothly - VWE Women's Champion
  • Rubie Jules - VWE Women's Champion, 2011 Elimination Royale Winner, 2-time VWE Bombshell Champion
  • Ryker Malakai/Surik Oanomochi - 2-time VWE Tag Team Champion, VWE Japanese Champion, 2013 King of the Arena
  • Sam "The Man" Singletary - VWE World Heavyweight Champion, VWE International Champion, VWE Tag Team Champion w/ Curt Bombastic
  • Shinja Ugajin - VWE World Heavyweight Champion, 2-time VWE United States Champion, VWE Japanese Champion, VWE Men's Extreme Champion
  • Sidney Washborne - First XWA/VWE World Heavyweight Champion
  • Stuart Warf - VWE Chairman 2015 to 2019, VWE Grid Champion
  • Tamsi Morlin - Hall Of Famer
  • Tony "Lil T" Hanson- Hall Of Famer, VWE Tag Team Champion
  • Tyress Serevi - Hall Of Famer, VWE Women's World Champion, VWE Bombshell Champion, VWE Bombshell Extreme Champion
  • Vendetta - 3-time VWE Women's Champion (first ever), VWE Tag Team Champion w/ Cinthia Falmer

Championship HistoriesEdit

Current TitlesEdit

VWE World ChampionshipEdit

  • Sidney Washborne
  • Seth Cameron
  • Loody Graves
  • Seth Cameron (2nd)
  • Loody Graves (2nd)
  • Hulk Parkin
  • Loody Graves (3rd)
  • Seth Cameron (3rd)
  • Brakman Wylder
  • Sam the Man Jarvin
  • Loody Graves (4th)
  • Derrick Cult
  • Jenn Parkin
  • Seth Cameron (4th)
  • Benbe Kirax
  • Seth Cameron (5th)
  • Benbe Kirax (2nd)
  • Brakman Wylder (2nd)
  • Jackson Doune
  • Benja Nirvana
  • Derrick Cult (2nd)
  • Bryce Ketterley
  • Jackson Doune (2nd)
  • Acheron Nightfire
  • Adune Snowpaw
  • Shinja Ugajin
  • Cody Houley *vacated
  • DavidHawk Actor
  • Derrick Cult (3rd)
  • Jackson Doune (3rd)
  • Jeffery Fireguard
  • Cody Houley (2nd)
  • Josh Poffo
  • Cody Houley (3rd)
  • Vince Easterwood
  • Braden Karsin
  • Cody Houley (4th)
  • Derrick Cult (4th)
  • Benja Nirvana (2nd)
  • Kieran Darkwatch
  • Michael Karsin
  • Seth Cameron (6th)
  • Michael Karsin (2nd)
  • Seth Cameron (7th)
  • DavidHawk Actor (2nd)
  • Michael Karsin (3rd)
  • Nyle Nightfire
  • Michael Karsin (4th)

VWE Women's World ChampionshipEdit

  • Vendetta Zabaleta
  • Kimberly Soulstar
  • Jenn Parkin
  • Sierra Charisma
  • Nanny Gothly
  • Elisa Riddler
  • Vendetta Zabaleta (2nd)
  • Cinthia Falmer
  • Rubie Jules
  • Tyress Serevi
  • Christina Krovac
  • Lily Martinez
  • Vendetta Zabaleta (3rd)
  • Christina Krovac (2nd)
  • Horses Morrisey
  • Ery Laerwyn
  • Isabelle (Longest Reigning - 357 days)
  • Lily Martinez (2nd)
  • Viola Beaumont
  • Christina Krovac (3rd)
  • Chloe Valentine
  • Christina Krovac (4th)
  • Chloe Valentine (2nd)
  • Krystal
  • Stacy Mancino
  • Alison Daines
  • Marionetta the Trickster
  • Viola Beaumont (2nd)
  • Maxine
  • Marcy "Sass" Schafer
  • Kittie Lovencraft
  • The Banshee
  • Kittie Lovencraft (2nd)

VWE United States Championship Edit

  • Seth Cameron
  • Benbe Kirax
  • Derrick Cult
  • Brakman Wylder
  • Shinja Ugajin* lost and brought in Japanese
  • Wolfy Kessel
  • Benja Nirvana
  • Adune Snowpaw
  • Benbe Kirax (2nd)
  • Sam the Man Jarvin
  • Jackson Doune
  • Bryce Ketterley
  • Cody Houley
  • Shinja Ugajin (2nd)
  • Ashe Cuervo
  • Benja Nirvana (2nd) *unified with European Title at King of the Arena 2013
  • Benja Nirvana (3rd) *retired the International Title to bring the US Title back 2015
  • Michael Karsin
  • Braden Karsin
  • Kieran Darkwatch
  • Wolfy Kessel (2nd)
  • Night
  • Chris Crossfade *Disputed loss to Kieran
  • Kieran Darkwatch (Non-Official)
  • Chris Crossfade *Dispute ended when Chris def Kieran at Elimination Royale 2017
  • Loody Graves
  • Michael Karsin (2nd)
  • Jeff Fireguard
  • DavidHawk Actor
  • Chris Crossfade (2nd)
  • Jeff Fireguard (2nd)
  • DavidHawk Actor (2nd)
  • Night (2nd)
  • Matt Asadar
  • Austin Knight
  • Matt Asadar (2nd)
  • Austin Knight (2nd)
  • Drake Edwards

VWE Radiance Championship Edit

  • Brooke Owens
  • Hilary Lanfier
  • Marionetta the Trickster
  • Alison Daines
  • Rani Patel
  • Alison Daines (2nd)
  • Rani Patel (2nd)
  • Lyra Phoenix
  • Brooke Owens (2nd)
  • The Banshee
  • Rani Patel (3rd)
  • Kittie Lovencraft *merged with VWE Women's World Championship
  • Becky - title revived with a tournament ending at VWE Horizon 2019 with Becky def Maxine
  • Lyra Phoenix (2nd)
  • Viola Beaumont

VWE Xtreme Championship Edit

  • Rhys Tucker
  • DavidHawk Actor
  • Seth Cameron
  • Jayson Rain
  • Benja Nirvana
  • Jayson Rain (2nd)
  • Benja Nirvana (2nd)
  • Jayson Rain (3rd)
  • Benja Nirvana (3rd)
  • Razar Diesel
  • Ren Blackheart
  • Razar Diesel (2nd)
  • Drake Edwards
  • Brakman Wylder
  • Drake Edwards (2nd)
  • Brakman Wylder (2nd)
  • Drake Edwards (3rd)
  • Brakman Wylder (3rd)
  • Tremor
  • Dylan Mattel
  • Hammer
  • Dylan Mattel (2nd)
  • Kieran Darkwatch
  • Hammer (2nd)
  • Dylan Mattel (3rd)
  • Hammer (3rd)
  • Dylan Mattel (4th)
  • Hammer (4th)
  • Dylan Mattel (5th)
  • Skillex
  • Bryce Ketterley

VWE Intergender Tag Team Championship Edit

  • Braden Karsin & Lyra Phoenix
  • Vince Easterwood & Kasumi
  • Jeffrey Fireguard & Maxine

PULSE Wrestling ChampionshipEdit

  • William Naples
  • Night
  • Hamaso Franizzi
  • Kingston Ellington
  • Matt Asadar
  • Austin Knight
  • Matt Asadar (2nd)
  • Austin Knight (2nd)
  • Drake Edwards
  • Austin Knight (3rd)
  • Nyle Nightfire
  • Brakman Wylder
  • Hammer
  • Vince Easterwood
  • Kerok
  • Skillex
  • Kerok (2nd)
  • Nitro Kyx

PULSE Wrestling Women's ChampionshipEdit

  • Sara T. Knight
  • Ellie Embers
  • Brooke Owens
  • Sara T. Knight (2nd)
  • Kittie Lovincraft
  • Kara Cameron *vacated
  • June Gloom
  • Phire
  • June Gloom (2nd)
  • Thee Heiress

PULSE Exhibition ChampionshipEdit

  • Wrex Ocelot/Hammer/Kerok (Freebird Rule)
  • Victor X. Kessel
  • Wrex Ocelot (2nd)
  • Kerok (2nd)
  • Skillex
  • Natas Grimoire
  • Cross
  • The Wolf (Victor Kessel) (2nd)
  • Malik Jewell
  • Night
  • Natas Grimoire

VWE Elimination Royale WinnersEdit

  • 2010 Derrick Cult
  • 2011 Brakman Wylder and Rubie Jules
  • 2012 Adune Snowpaw and Maxine
  • 2013 Shinja and Horses Morrisey
  • 2014 Derrick Cult (2nd) and Isabelle Martinez
  • 2015 Maxwell Ryan and Lily Martinez
  • 2016 Vince Easterwood and Rie Kurihara
  • 2017 Krystal and for the men's it was a 3-Way Tie Benja Nirvana/Derrick Cult/DavidHawk Actor, but thankfully the situation was resolved at Old School 2017 when Derrick Cult won a Triple Threat to earn the World Title shot at WrestleSeries 9
  • 2018 Seth Cameron and Maxine
  • 2019 Marcy "Sass" Schafer and Wrex Ocelot

VWE Diamond of the Business Battle Royale Winners

  • 2018 Austin Knight

VWE King of the ArenaEdit

  • 2010 Benja Nirvana
  • 2011 Benbe Kirax
  • 2012 Bryce Ketterley
  • 2013 Surik Oanomochi
  • 2014 Jackson Doune
  • 2015 Jeffery Fireguard
  • 2016 Cody Houley
  • 2017 Michael Karsin
  • 2019 DavidHawk Actor

VWE Queen of the ArenaEdit

  • 2012 Christina Krovac
  • 2013 Tiffany Bowler
  • 2014 Rie Kurihara
  • 2015 Krystal
  • 2016 Viola Beaumont
  • 2017 Hilary Lanfier
  • 2019 Kittie Lovencraft

Defunct TitlesEdit

VWE Men's International ChampionshipEdit

  • Benja Nirvana* unified European & United States Titles
  • Derrick Cult
  • DavidHawk Actor
  • Sam Singletary
  • DavidHawk Actor (2nd)
  • Maxwell Ryan
  • Alexius Gant
  • Vince Easterwood
  • Benja Nirvana (2nd) *retired to bring the US Title back

VWE Women's International ChampionshipEdit

  • Brianna Afterthought
  • Marionetta the Trickster
  • Hilary
  • Maxine Darkwatch
  • Alison Daines
  • Marionetta the Trickster (2nd)
  • Rie Kurihara 
  • Rani Patel
  • Isabelle (Final Champion) (Combing with the VWE Women's Title)

VWE Grid ChampionshipEdit

  • John Dennis
  • El Tigre
  • Stuart Warf
  • Jasper Corvinus
  • Jeffrey Fireguard
  • Benja Nirvana
  • Jeffrey Fireguard (2nd)
  • Rock Reynolds
  • Michael Karsin (Final Grid Champion)

VWE Bombshell ChampionshipEdit

  • Rubie Jules
  • Tyress Serevi
  • Rubie Jules (2nd)
  • Lee Valentine
  • Kellie Hallison
  • Jessica Hykova* vacated
  • Briana Afterthought
  • Charisma Aries
  • Genesys Giano
  • Andrea Fawcett
  • Genesys Giano (2nd)* retired title

VWE Bombshell Extreme ChampionshipEdit

  • Akasha Faulkes
  • Tyress Serevi
  • JennF Parkin* retired title

VWE Men's Extreme ChampionshipEdit

  • Jordon Constantine
  • Acheron Nightfire
  • Shinja Ugajin
  • Acheron Nightfire (2nd)
  • Glemmy Adder
  • Wolfy Kessel* retired title

VWE Exhibition ChampionshipEdit

  • Brakman Wylder
  • Tyler Hyrdaconis
  • Benja Nirvana
  • Sylmaris Dreamscape
  • Stephen Copperfield
  • Nick Firecaster
  • Bryce Ketterley
  • Athena Starflare
  • Ted Alter* retired title

VWE Japanese ChampionshipEdit

  • Shinja Ugajin
  • Surik Oanomochi
  • Adune Snowpaw* changed to Canadian

VWE Canadian ChampionshipEdit

  • Adune Snowpaw
  • Alexius Gant* changed to European

VWE European ChampionshipEdit

  • Alexius Gant
  • Brakman Wylder
  • Kayden Hydraconis
  • Cody Houley
  • TJ Tyler
  • Kevin Faust
  • Athena Starflare
  • Braden Karsin
  • John Struk
  • Justin Struk
  • Benja Nirvana* Unified with US Title at King of the Arena 2013

VWE Tag Team ChampionshipEdit

  • Sam the Man Jarvin & Curt Bombastic - Impac Mafia
  • Benja Nirvana & Tony Hanson
  • Loody Graves & Derrick Cult - Impac Mafia
  • Benja Nirvana (2nd) & Tyler Hydraconis
  • Benja Nirvana (3rd) & Loody Graves (2nd)
  • Acheron Nightfire & Wolfy Kessel - Night Terrors
  • Vendetta & Cinthia Falmer
  • Bryce Ketterley & Surik Oanomochi - Ascension
  • Benja Nirvana (4th) & Brakman Wylder - Big Money
  • Braden Karsin & Michael Karsin - Redemption
  • John Struk & Justin Struk - Struk Brothers
  • Josh Poffo & Xander Lucas - The Aussies
  • Kevin Faust & Justin Struk (2nd)
  • Surik Oanomochi (2nd) & John Struk (2nd)
  • Benja Nirvana (5th) & Ashe Cuervo
  • Marionetta the Trickster & Ashe Cuervo

Acheron Nightfire (2nd) & Vince Easterwood (retired)

Pulse Grand Slam Champion

Criteria: As of 2019 in order to be called Grand Slam Champion the participants must have held both the Exhibition Championship and Pulse Heavyweight Championship.

  1. Hammer
  2. Kerok
  3. Skillex
  4. Night

History of the VWEEdit

Founding and the HKWF MergerEdit

As the fall of 2009 four groups came together to create a promotion that would suceed past the expectations of most at the time. Together four small company owners (Akasha Faulkes, PWL Owner Samtheman20 Jarvenin, GCW Owner Loody Graves, and AHWF Owner JW Beeswing) united their resources with help of Seth Cameron and Sidney Washborne to create a place that would collaborate talent into a dual fed alliance called "WCA" Wrestling Central Alliance. The two brands were called MPW and GXWF(Later known as XWA). Based on a committee system, the WCA suffered many debates and disagreements which led to the consolidation of the two brands into the XWA. In time, this led to Seth Cameron leading the company due to his experience and resources.

Shortly after the merger into the XWA, the promotion exploded with new talent, high quality shows and attracted attention extremely quick. Using the ACPWS (Alpin Criss Pro Wrestling System), XWA began drawing impressive crowds, filling up their arenas, and drawing controversy at every corner. The Roster of the XWA held many Veterans and New talent that in time would become the Legends and Veterans of today's SL Wrestling Generation.

Shortly after one of the most successful events held in the VWE (WrestleSeries I), The XWA brand would receive a television deal with Rezzed.tv for it's Wednesday and Friday shows.


In the same timeframe, Louve McMahon and her HKWF were drawing good crowds, but issues backstage and the departure of certain management figures left her with few options. One of said options was to join forces and eventually merge with the XWA, who were on friendly terms. In December of 2009, the merger took place, bringing the HKWF under the XWA's banner and bringing all of the talent with it.

In 2010 the XWA would rebrand to VWE: Virtual Wrestling Entertainment (due to copyright issues). From there it would see the birth of what some considered to be the #1 Wrestling Organization (at the time). With Controversial storylines, innovative sets, designs, and effects, as well as near-professional entrance videos and T.V. Production, VWE was performing every week, twice a week on live stream TV. The company was aired on Icarus TV with the rest of the Rezzed.tv programs.


Modern EraEdit

Since the 2009/10, VWE has formed and disbanded an alliance with HAWX and OEW and the step down of active manager and VWE Executive President Seth Cameron, who gave control of the company to Jenn Parkin. 2011 saw controversial and non-controversial depatures of many former superstars and legends, and has since brought itself into a new Era, with many new stars stepping up the ladder for their turn in the spotlight. After having it's third consecutive sucessful WrestleSeries Event, the VWE has had many trials but has continued to thrive for each and every event to coming. The VWE held the fourth WrestleSeries event on December 14, 2012. Closing out a monumental year, which saw the 3rd Anniversary of Edge along with many other great achievments, both by the company and by it's wrestlers.

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