Welcome to the official High Risk Wrestling Federation website. The High Risk Wrestling Federation is a backyard wrestling company based in Des Moines, Iowa. We hold weekly shows on YouTube, and hold YouTube Per Views around every 6 weeks. As we enter our 4th consecutive year, things only keep getting better! With over 22,000 views, views from over 30 different countries worldwide, and more than 200 pages worth of information such as Results, Episodes, and the entire Roster, past and present, this is the ultimate source for all things HRWF! All this and more only here at the most up to date Backyard Wrestling website in the world, HRWFWrestling.com!
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YouTube Per View 2014 Schedule: *Dates Subject To Change*
HRWF’s 2014 Return – March 15th, 2014
Pure Carnage – April 26th, 2014
Brawl 4 All – June 14th, 2014
Redemption – August 2nd, 2014
Divided We Stand – September 13th, 2014
Proving Ground – November 1st, 2014
One week from today, HRWF Return’s weekly on YouTube! A huge event planned, with every championship on the line, and a rematch between Joe Dunn and MechaniK, where their MUST be a winner. And as found out earlier this week, the HRWF Championship match between Brett Hadley and X-Blade is now a Submission Match! And starting at the return show on March 15th, there will be a Special Guest General Manager every week! This is an event you do not want to miss!
Every Saturday, HRWF has it’s weekly show. Along with that, over the years we have tried out other side shows. Those consisting of HRWF Update, and HRWF Extra. Both were short lived, until now. Every Wednesday, starting March 19th, Keeping the name of HRWF Extra, we will have a secondary show, featuring one new match, and possibly interviews from HRWF wrestlers. More details will come shortly!
Saturday, March 15th, 2014, HRWF hold’s it’s first show of the 2014 season! And at this huge event, two scheduled matches are Joe Dunn vs. MechaniK, where their MUST be a winner, and Brett Hadley vs X-Blade for the HRWF Championship. Three more matches have been announced, as EVERY Championship will be on the line! Who will the opponents be? Find out, on March 15th!
Starting March 15th, there will be a guest general manager every week. It could be a current wrestler, past wrestler, or even a surprise. But one thing is for sure, anything and everything will happen, with new power in control every week!
“My favorite HRWF match was actually the match were I lost my HRWF Championship. Despite the fact that I lost, I felt my match with Brett was my best match of 2013. We gave it our all and had one of the better matches of the night. Brett and I may hate each others guts, but theirs no denying that we have chemistry together.”
“I only wrestled 10 matches last year, so I was pretty lucky to escape with no major injuries. Although the night the C.O.D.E. was formed were we put Ryan Woodson through the table, a piece of the table flew back and sliced open my hand. I still have a scar from it.”
“My favorite match would have to be my First Blood Match against Ryan Woodson. And here’s why, heading in I knew it was going to a classic mainly because a First Blood match hasn’t happen in HRWF since it came back in 2011, while ATM vs Joe was planned to be a First Blood it was changed, however both Woodson and I wanted this kind of a match super bad. I knew I wanted to make an impact and I wanted to finally be accepted as true main eventer in HRWF. I wanted to bleed that was a certainty but how and how is the match to going to go? I had this crazy thought about how I will it almost impossible to make me bleed, so I wore a mask, when it would rip off and we go to the spot where id blade, I wanted the ref knocked out, I’d bleed but with the ref out the match continues. I had an idea that was never ever done before in any First Blood ever even in other companies. I would have my partner come out with proroacitde, baggades and band-aids to cover the blood. Everything went really great. I felt that as the heel I had to be smart and a step ahead and I did that, also I had to throw in roadblocks and I threw in two. See any two Neanderthals can go in there and beat the shit out each other with weapons but it takes 2 smart wrestlers to put a good compelling match and story, I thought it went off without a hitch.”
“Nastiest bump, well I have to say is taking that chair shot to the side of my head, it looked nasty, sounded nasty and believe me it felt nasty, my head was ringing for minutes on end, I thought I had a concussion but I fought through, Let me say that Woodson is one brutal strong tough sum bitch. Wrestling him always hurts and is rough but I always do great with him, and that day when he struck me in head with the chair. I felt the wrath and power of Ryan Woodson.”
It was 3 Year’s ago today. An idea that was brought up by Brett Hadley just two months before hand, would finally have it’s first show. February 23rd, 2011 is the day. The day that would change backyard wrestling forever. This company was going to be different from all the previous ones that the roster came from. We would take certain aspects of one company, combined it with another, along with create new ideas. Two big companies HRWF came from are KCW, and NRW. Those companies both ended and were never taped for YouTube. That’s one of the biggest things HRWF wanted to do, we wanted to be on YouTube, to get our name out there. So we did it. And it was a start. We knew in our heads that a lot of work still had to be done to improve HRWF as a company. But not to long after HRWF had been holding weekly shows, a few wrestlers were graduating from High School, causing several shows to get cancelled. And shortly after that we all began to wonder if HRWF would even continue on. It came towards the end of 2011, in everybody’s mind HRWF had pretty much been history. Until a message from another backyard company sent us, asking when we were going to return and if we were looking for more people. So HRWF bought out IBWA, and along with it came some of their roster. This would lead to HRWF’s Rebirth in 2012. And since 2012, our roster has doubled, we have created some of the most memorable moments in backyard wrestling history, we’ve gotten our name out there, and we continue to grow as a company. As we enter our 4th consecutive year, we promise that this year, 2014, will be even better than the previous years. Why? Because we are unstoppable!