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Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan

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Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan
File:PWFP New Logo.png
Native name
پڑو ریسلنگ پاکستان
Ring of Slam (2017)
IndustryProfessional Wrestling
Founded 📆12 April 2012; 9 years ago (2012-04-12) in Karachi, Pakistan
Founder 👔Nauman Suleman
Headquarters 🏙️,
Area served 🗺️
Key people
  • Nauman Suleman
    (President and Chairman)
  • Kamran Mughal
    (Executive Vice President)
  • Haider Naqvi
    (Chief Executive Officer)
Products 📟 Live events
OwnerNauman Suleman
Number of employees
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📇 Address
📞 telephone

Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan (PWFP) also known as PWF Pakistan is a Pakistani wrestling promotion, founded in 2012 in Karachi, Pakistan. Its inception was by PWFP president and chairman Nauman Suleman. Kamran Mughal joined Nauman Suleman as the Executive Vice President. Since July 28 of 2017.



On 12 April 2012, Pakistan Pro Wrestling Federation Entertainment (PPWFE) held their first-ever show in Karachi with a little over 90 people at Kalyana Academy. Initially, the drive started with 12 people, but as the trainings began, the people began to understand that it's not a cakewalk, they backed out after just 2 days of training and only 4 people left which were Nauman Suleman, Ali Qazi, Haider Naqvi and Muhammad Yousaf (Cena Jr.).

This marked the new beginning of pro-wrestling in Pakistan after nearly 5 decades since Antonio Inoki tried to open a wrestling school in Pubjab which never saw the light of the day.


The company was named "Ring of Slam" which was situated at 24/7 Gym in Karachi. All matches were held on a wrestling ring which cost around 600,000 PKR. On Jan 9, 2018, PWFP held its first-ever mega public-driven event at Atrium Mall. They introduced a National Television Championship which was defended in the Mall. The ROS World Heavyweight Championship was also introduced.

Then after a few months, they changed the company's name to Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan to become more nation-friendly. On Jul 28th, 2018, PWFP introduced their PWFP Season 1. In December 2018, the PWFP Ultimate Championship was introduced with Jordan being the first champion. In April 2019, PWFP announced a new PWFP Hardcore Championship which would be defended in a Royale Battle match. On April 28, 2019, PWFP held its first pay-per-view event "Rumble in Pakistan" in Karachi. It gained a lot promotion.[1][2] Panda won 30 Men First Ever Rumble in Pakistan and became the inaugural PWFP Hardcore Champion. In 2019, RJ Faddy became the head coach of Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan. In August 2019, actor Waqas Pasha became the ring announcer and commentator for PWFP.

On Dec 21, 2019, PWFP held its second event "World Wrestling Champions" in which many international superstars came to Pakistan including Altberto Del Rio, Rhyno, Matt Cross, JTG and others.


On July 28, 2018, PWFP held its first season named the "PWFP Season 1". Every year, they have PWFP Seasons. They started PWFP Season 2 on June 22, 2019. On March 8, 2020, PWFP Season 3 started. Since the COVID-19 pandemic in the beginning of 2020, all major events and shows planned by PWFP took a hit but, they were not cancelled and 2021 will see all those events coming back in a bigger and better way than they were initially planned for.



PWFP's first pay-per-view PWFP Rumble in Pakistan 2019 was aired on Geo Super at Eid-ul-Fitr. Their second event World Wrestling Champions will also be aired.

Event Date Location Venue Main event
Rumble in Pakistan[3] April 28, 2019 Karachi, Sindh Dreamworld Resort 30 Men Rumble Battle Match for the inaugural PWFP Hardcore Championship
World Wrestling Champions[4] Dec 21st 2019 Karachi, Sindh Dreamworld Resort 6 Men Ladder Match for the inaugural PWFP World Heavyweight Championship
Winter Breakdown[5] oct 4th 2020 Karachi, Sindh
Burn To Ashes Feb, 28th 2021 Karachi, Sindh PWFP Complex Ladder Match For PWFP World Heavyweight Championship


In November 2019, Lou Gotti announced at VIP Wrestling Dallas that he would go global.[6] He revealed that he will go to Pakistan and VIP Wrestling Dallas had signed the partnership with PWFP.

On 21 February 2020, Australasian Wrestling Federation announced that they have a partnership with PWFP.[7] They announced that there would be a Pakistan vs Australia series in 2020.[8] which got delayed due to Covid. These series will now take place in 2022.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]


Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Location Notes
PWFP World Heavyweight Championship RJ Faddy 2 Feb 28 2021 Karachi, Sindh. Defeated The Danny to become the champion at Burn To Ashes event at PAF Meseum.
PWFP Hardcore Championship AA Junior 1 Feb 28 2021 Karachi, Sindh. Defeated Panda & The Ninzai In a Ladder match at Burn To Ashes event at PAF Meseum.
PWFP Ultimate Championship Vacated 1 Karachi, Sindh A PWFP Ultimate Championship tournament in scheduled to be held soon.


Accomplishment Latest winner Date won Location Notes
Rumble Battle Arbab Fahim Kasi "Panda" 28 April 2019 Karachi, Sindh Last eliminated Lucifer to become the inaugural PWFP Hardcore Champion


  1. Desk, Web (2019-04-01). "International wrestlers coming to Pakistan". The Financial Daily. Retrieved 2019-10-22.
  2. "Pro Wrestling Federation Pakistan". ACE NEWS. Retrieved 2019-10-22.
  3. Maqsood, Fawad (2019-03-31). "'Rumble in Pakistan': A new era of international sports to start from Karachi". Business Recorder. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  4. Khilari. "International wrestlers set to enthrall audiences of Karachi at 'World Wrestling Champions' on 21st December - Khilari". www.khilari.com.pk. Retrieved 2020-03-27.
  5. Pwfp Winter Breakdown, retrieved 2021-03-30
  6. Lou Gotti makes a huge announcement at VIP Wrestling, retrieved 2020-04-03
  7. "Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2020-04-03.
  8. AWF Vs PWFP: Australia Vs Pakistan Series, retrieved 2020-04-03

External links[edit]

Others articles of the Topic Pakistan : Khas, Reach Montessori International, Sky International School and College, White House Grammar School, Surprise Day, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Voil

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