Who owns the USWA?
The United States Wrestling Association (USWA) was a professional wrestling promotion based in Memphis, Tennessee….United States Wrestling Association.
|Owner(s)||Jerry Jarrett (1989–1997) Kevin Von Erich (1989–1990) Jerry Lawler (1997)|
What is a USWA?
USWA can refer to: The United States Wrestling Association, a professional wrestling promotion. The United Steelworkers of America, a labor union. The United States Warehouse Act of 1916, a United States Act of Congress.
Who was the last USWA champion?
The title was unified on December 13, 1988, when AWA World Champion Jerry Lawler defeated WCWA World Champion Kerry Von Erich in a unification match….
|USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship|
|Promotion||United States Wrestling Association|
|Date established||December 13, 1988|
|Date retired||November 1997|
Who owns the rights to Wccw?
World Class Championship Wrestling
|The World Class Championship Wrestling logo. It depicts Kevin Von Erich putting the Iron Claw on Genichiro Tenryu|
|Headquarters||Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.|
|Owner(s)||Fritz Von Erich (1966-1988) Jerry Jarrett and Kerry and Kevin Von Erich (1988–1990)|
Who owns Memphis wrestling?
The promotion’s first event was on February 20, 2000, and it remained active until mid-2001. It was employed as a World Wrestling Federation (WWF) developmental territory….Memphis Championship Wrestling.
|Headquarters||Memphis, Tennessee, United States|
When did Wccw go out of business?
World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW), later known as the World Class Wrestling Association (WCWA) (1986–1991) was an American professional wrestling promotion headquartered in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.