Slammasters Wrestling

Family Friendly Pro Wrestling For Everyone. Established 2019

Slammasters Wrestling was formed in 2019, by Welsh Pro Wrestlers Jonathan Walker (aka Necrofago) and David Haigh (aka Big D).

Having met at Knockout Pro Wrestling Academy in 2017, the duo decided to run a show in their hometown village of Beddau, in response to the then fractured Welsh Wrestling scene, aiming to unite Wrestlers from different training schools which wasn’t a regular occurrence at the time.

With the show being well received, particularly by the younger members of the audience, a second show would follow in October 2019, building and improving on all aspects of the first show.

While no shows would take place in 2020, a third show took place in September 2021. As well as local talent with affiliations to different training schools, talent that had featured on some of the biggest promotions in the UK was also utilised. 

At the end of the show the first ever Slammasters Champion was crowned – Martyn Grant.

In October the first Slammasters Show outside of Beddau took place, to a crowd of 225 people in Pontyclun. Once more talent known across the UK was utilised alongside the local talent. Mariah May would also become the inaugural Slammasters Women’s Champion.

In 2022 we’ve grown from strength to strength. Welcoming top talent to our ranks, including Doug Williams, Danny Duggan and Chantal Jordan, as well as continuing to give local talent a bigger platform than they may have previously experienced.

We are now looking ahead to our show in Cardiff on October 2nd, which will feature arguably the most popular Welsh Wrestler Mark Andrews and the former 3x Impact Wrestling X Division Champion Ace Austin.

Why Attend?

We aim to please people of all ages and levels of fandom. Quite simply everybody is welcome at one of our shows and we want to make sure you are entertained.

We combine elements of the more traditional family show that you may see at a holiday camp with the more modern in-ring style, there is something on our shows for everyone!

Unlike many wrestling promotions, our goal isn’t financial, we aren’t looking to profit. Over the years live entertainment has decreased and finances have become strained. We want to provide venues with a product that can appeal to their community who can attend at a reasonable cost.