Even though my site is mainly for the WWF I dont want people to think im slighting any other wrestling so I will post things about other wrestling groups in this page
Here is a brief rundown of some of the talent you may see on this tour. (Check the Tour Dates section to see who is appearing at your local venue.)
ROWDY RODDY PIPER
Outspoken and brutally honest, the Commissioner of the XWF has a lot to say and the tools to make you listen. As one of wrestling's true Icons he has battled and defeated all of the top names in the sport and is giving the XWF its own reality check.
RENA (only appearance Milwaukee)
Actress, model, wrestler and now Chief Executive Officer, this most liberated of women has already shown that underneath her ivory snowpack there is an iron fist. Politically blocked during her previous stint in wrestling, Rena has promised that her XWF will be a firm, but fair place for wrestlers to ply their trade.
"THE ORIGINAL" CURT HENNIG
Without a doubt, Curt Hennig is the greatest technical second-generation wrestler of our time. Without any help from a family run promotion, Curt excelled in the ring all over the world until his quest for immortality was interrupted by a career-threatening injury. Now fully recovered and with Bobby "The Brain" Heenan guiding his every move in the background, Hennig is a true force to be reckoned with.
THE ROAD WARRIORS
"What a rush!" Look up tag team wrestling in the dictionary and you will find pictures of Hawk and Animal. These two Chicago bruisers revolutionized tag team wrestling and still rule the roost. Having traveled the globe and won multiple World Titles in every promotion they have competed in, they have set their sights on XWF gold.
THE NASTY BOYS
These two guys have consistently provided the Road Warriors with their stiffest challenge. They may not look pretty, wrestle pretty and they sure don't smell pretty, but they are as tough as they come. They were hardcore wrestlers before the term became pass. Childhood friends, Knobs and Sags are closer than brothers and now, following Sags' recovery and long recuperation from an injury, they're back to once again climb up the tag team mountain.
Buff has it all good looks, great physique and fantastic wrestling ability unfortunately, it all comes with an ego the size of a small planet. After he was seriously injured inside the ring, Buff's personality underwent an incredible change. Instead of being grateful for his recovery, he adapted a more brutal style with an "all about me" attitude. The fans are the most confused by his personality swings but love him or hate him; everyone admits that Buff is still the Stuff.
Almost as misunderstood as Buff is Vampiro. His silence is often interpreted as arrogance but that is not the case. It is true that Vampiro is a loner, but his in-ring skills and dogged determination have earned him worldwide acclaim and a cult following. With a unique look that owes more to the alternative rock scene than gothic horror movies, Vampiro is on the fast track to XWF success.
In addition to these great stars, also appearing at these events will be:
America's favorite Hacksaw Jim Duggan
The wiggle man, Screamin' Norman Smiley
Cruiserweight sensation Kid Kash
The legendary Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
The Mouth of the South Jimmy Hart with his latest 6'9" monster Hail
The most brutal wrestler to ever cross the Atlantic, the British Storm Ian Harrison
The Teutonic Terror - Drezden
The master of the chokeslam, The Wall
New York's toughest wrestler, Big Vito
And last, but certainly not least Josh Mathews from MTV's Tough Enough, setting out to prove that he has the heart and ability to succeed as a wrestler.