Jan 9, 2012


In light of these events, it is the belief of my Administration that the concept of “weight divisions,” championed by the National Wrestling Alliance as a necessary evil, is archaic and obsolete. The size of the competitor does not matter – what matters is the God-given talent on display. As a result, I have issued the following rulings, effective immediately:

The NWA/ECCW Canadian Heavyweight Championship, unified earlier this year and currently held by Artemis Spencer, is officially de-unified. Spencer will remain the NWA Canadian Heavyweight Champion, with all the rights and privileges therein.
--Mike Sweetser

elite, élite [ɪˈliːt eɪ-]
n 1. (sometimes functioning as plural) the most powerful, rich, gifted, or educated members of a group, community, etc.

Pleased at the response amongst ECCW fans to the future of Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling. I hope you're as excited as I am. Adaptation is a way of life. Change is inevitable. You either evolve and grow, or wither and die. ECCW has now evolved for the future.  As my Administration has repeatedly stated, "extreme" and "hardcore" are passé. And that is also be something we will be dealing with soon.  is home to the most elite athletes in all of Canada, and is now a promotion with the name and mindset to match those athletes.  Much like the revamped Pacific Cup tournament next month, is no longer binded by simple weight classes - it's about style and skill.  It continues on the 27th in Surrey when a new Champion is crowned - and wearing a belt worthy of the most elite athlete in .  Please join us in Surrey at the Bridgeview Hall. 1.7.12 wasn't the end. It was only the beginning.

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