PWG Working On Return

The California indie darlings haven’t ran a show since December 2019

Pro Wrestling Guerilla is working on a return to live events, having not ran a show since PWG The Makings Of A Varsity Athlete in December 2019.

The indie promotion has a cult following, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic has been unable to run any shows. According to The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer, the group is hopeful of a return soon, saying:

“For those who have asked about the return of PWG, there is no confirmed date but they are working on it. Right now, their home base, the Globe Theater in Los Angeles, is now open for business and isn’t opening imminently, so until they do open with full or near full capacity allowed, PWG won’t start back.”

PWG made the move to The Globe after leaving their home base of the American Legion Hall in Reseda California in 2018. PWG was the former stomping ground of many of today’s top stars, most notable Kevin Owens, Adam Cole, and The Young Bucks amongst others.

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