United: Fight! Nation launches “Project X”

Fight! Nation launches “Project X” and acquires Triple X Wrestling archivesProject X

Fight Nation are pleased to announce that they have agreed a long-term license agreement with Triple X Wrestling for their recording library, as well as taking control of its social media platforms.

This is the first move of an expansion by Fight! Nation into the 18+ wrestling market, which will be known as Project X. These events will be set in an environment to encourage the type of action to be enjoyed by an adult audience, but will still follow the traditions of both Fight! Nation & Triple X Wrestling bringing the best talent from around the country together under one roof. The first event under the Project X brand is scheduled for May 2017 and will be announced shortly.

The model of 18+ wrestling has been successful for Triple X since 2006, where they have combined the best wrestling, comedy, violence and madness to create a unique product. Their events have also included top names from around the world such as Daniel Bryan, Zack Sabre Jr, Finn Balor, Pete Dunne, and new WWE United Kingdom Champion Tyler Bate. The full Triple X Wrestling archive, including unseen and unedited shows, as well as all the action from Fight! Nation, NWA Parade of Champions and much more to be announced will be made available by Fight! Nation on a digital platform set for launch early in 2017.

Billy Wood, owner of Fight! Nation Wrestling, said: “I am very happy to conclude the deal to bring Triple X Wrestling’s archives into the Fight! Nation family. We are excited to launch Project X and the history of Triple X Wrestling will live on.”

Nick Bakewell, owner of Triple X Wrestling, said: “We’re very excited to carry on the Triple X legacy with Fight! Nation, under the banner of Project X. We’ve been very impressed with Fight! Nation, from their production levels to the core values we share when it comes to this great pseudo-sport we call wrestling.”

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Jay Cal has been a fan of pro wrestling since the age of five and has been writing about wrestling since 2003. Jay has been published by PWInsider.com, Rudo Can't Fail, and was the former Editor in Chief of SoCalUNCENSORED.com. Jay Cal also co host the "popular" podcast The Alliance Guys on BlogTalkRadio.com

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