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Answers Championship Wrestling Federation
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Information
Acronym ACWF
Industry Professional E-Wrestling
Headquarters Seattle, Washington Flag of the United States
Show(s) {{{shows}}}
Website http://www.freewebs.com/tcwf/
Production
Established June 2010
CEO {{{ceo}}}
Founder(s) Carlos, Killswitch
Key people Carlos, Donovan T, Killswitch, Regulator, American Dragon 5000, Rated R Shaman of Sexy
Owner {{{owner}}}
President {{{president}}}
Booker(s) {{{booker}}}
Writer(s) Killswitch
Regulator
Heart Break Boy
RRS
American Dragon
Donovan T
Carlos Rosso

Answers Championship Wrestling Federation (ACWF) was an e-federation created in June 2010 due to the merging of Answers Championship Wrestling and The Classic Wrestling Federation. ACWF features three brands; Chaos, Ringside, and Pride. With its large roster, various creative minds, and an equal division of power, ACWF looks to create a strong, stable fan base along with an enjoyable environment for both new and old users.The e-federation was run jointly between a board of five owners; Killswitch, Donovan T, American Dragon, Heart Break Boy, and Carlos Rosso.


Company History

Answers Championship Wrestling Federation was formed in a ground-breaking merge between Answers Championship Wrestling and The Classic Wrestling Federation when representatives of each respective federation discussed a possible merge in order to create a sort of "super-efederation".
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Killswitch, pictured here, headed the ACW-CWF merge (2010).

Answers Championship Wrestling, which had just been revived in the beginning of 2010 as an attempt to continue its success from 2008 and early 2009, was willing to accept the merge because of its stable declining popularity and its little success in maintaining a board willing to work with two brands that held weekly shows. The Classic Wrestling Federation on the other hand looked to extend its horizons and lept at the possibility of managing an e-federation with about a hundred superstars on the roster. With the merging of the two e-federations, a solid board was created with a selection of five owners. These five owners paired with the wide variety of superstars on the roster led to ACWF's big break. After a private draft between the three sections of the board, ACWF set three brands to hold weekly shows from then on. These brands included Chaos, Ringside, and Pride.


Chaos

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ACWF Chaos Logo 2010

Answers Championship Wrestling created Chaos as one of its original brands on the solo promotion after the demise of Answers Wrestling Federation, ACW's parent federation. It's illustrious history made it a clear choice in being brought over to ACWF as ACW's single brand-representative in the new federation. Some problems surfaced at the very dawn of ACWF when original writer for Chaos, Regulator, resigned from both Answers Championship Wrestling and the upcoming Answers Championship Wrestling Federation. With the open spot, head-writers Heart Break Boy and Killswitch decided to promote RRS to one of the three head writers for ACWF Chaos. However, RRS was pulled from the position of head writer when he surfaced as a prominent graphics maker and was promoted to the Head of the ACWF GFX department. While things settled in ACWF, Regulator decided to rejoin and was promoted to one of the three head-writers of ACWF Chaos. For these shows, the three head writers will coordinate matches written by then main writers as well as assistant writers which include Kevin Devastation and RRS.

Ringside

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ACWF Ringside Logo 2010

With the merge approaching, The Classic Wrestling Federation chose to keep its brand Ringside as its single brand-representative in the new federation. Ringside's writing board is currently composed of two of the five owners, Donovan T and American Dragon. Ringside had little work that had to be done for it to prepare for the merge with ACW because of ACW deciding to move to the original TCWF website for Answers Championship Wrestling Federation's new site. With a new logo created for ACWF as well as a few changes to the roster thanks to the private draft, Ringside was able to maintain the majority of their original styles and some key superstars to lead their brand in the right direction. This was always considered to be the much more contemporary brand of ACWF.


Pride

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ACWF Pride Logo 2010

Due to an ample amount of superstars contained on the roster, ACWF decided to make a third brand that would challenge ACWF to create a completely mixed brand as opposed to Chaos being dominant towards ACW Superstars and Ringside being dominant towards CWF Superstars. With Carlos Rosso as the head-writer of Pride and Superior Quality 85, Hurricane Hawk, Eric Darkthrone, and Fallen Diablo as assistant writers. Pride has the largest creative-team of the three ACWF brands. With new championships introduced as well as some controversially creative moves in kayfabe including the crowning of the first ever woman to win a major World Championship in a Yahoo!-Answers-based efed. Despite the controversy of the third brand of ACWF, Pride has risen from a brand that was once seen as a "c-show" to a brand that rivals the other two in ACWF's beginnings.

Free-Per-View Events

List of previously (before the closure) Scheduled Free-Per-View (FPV) Events during the 2010 year

Date Event Venue City
July 10–11, 2010 Power Age Verizon Center' Washington, D.C.
August 7–8, 2010 Drenching Sacrifice Busch Stadium St. Louis, Missouri
August 21–22, 2010 Return of the Warriors Poliedro de Caracas Caracas, Venezuela
September 4–5, 2010 Ringside Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
September 18–19, 2010 Chaos Brand Exclusive TBA TBA
October 2–3, 2010 Pride Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
October 16–17, 2010 Ringside Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
October 30–31, 2010 Genocide TBA TBA
December 11 and 12, 2010 The Wrestling Classic TBA TBA
January 2011 Chaos Brand Exclusive TBA TBA
January 2011 Pride Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
January/February 2011 Ringside Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
February 2011 Chaos Brand Exclusive TBA TBA
February 2011 Pride Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
March 2011 Ringside Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
March 2011 Chaos Brand Exclusive TBA TBA
March/April 2011 Pride Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
April 2011 Ringside Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
April 2011 Chaos Brand Exclusive TBA TBA
May 2011 Pride Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
May 2011 Ringside Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
May/June 2011 Chaos Brand Exclusive TBA TBA
June 2011 Pride Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA
June 2011 Ringside Brand Exclusive FPV TBA TBA

Key Figures

Executive Officers

  • Donovan T (Chairman, Ringside Head-Writer, GFX Assistant)
  • Killswitch (Chairman, Chaos Head-Writer, Video Maker)
  • American Dragon (Chairman, Ringside Head-Writer)
  • Heart Break Boy (Chairman, Chaos Head-Writer)
  • Carlos Rosso (Chairman, Pride Head-Writer)
  • RRS (Head GFX Designer, Assistant Wrier and Booker, Assistant Video Maker)
  • Regulator (Chaos Head-Writer)

Secondary Board

  • Kevin Devastation (Assistant Chaos Writer, Video Maker)
  • Adam/Shawn Carter (Assistant Chaos Writer)
  • GI Styles (Assistant Pride Writer)
  • Superior Quality 85 (Assistant Pride Writer)
  • Eric Darkthrone (Assistant Pride Writer)
  • Fallen Diablo (Assistant Pride Writer)

Champions

Championship Current champion(s) Date Won Event Previous champion(s)
Chaos
ACWF ACW World Heavyweight Championship Mr. Success August 7th, 2010 Drenching Sacrifice RRS
ACWF Undisputed United States Championship George Copeland August 7th, 2010 Drenching Sacrifice Man In The Box**
ACWF Ultimate X Championship Big Daddy D August 7 2010 Drenching Sacrifice Cyclone
Ringside
ACWF CWF World Heavyweight Championship Superior Quality** May 30th, 2010 CWF: Pride for Blood II American Dragon
ACWF Unified International Championship Jaywalker** May 7th, 2010 CWF: Ringside Nailz
ACWF Young Lions Championship Michael Villain July 7th, 2010 Ringside Adriel Adonis
Pride
ACWF Pride World Championship Georgia Athens July 11th, 2010 Power Age N/A
ACWF Supreme International Championship Vic Diaz July 11th, 2010 Power Age N/A
ACWF Specialists Championship GI Styles July 11th, 2010 Power Age Chris Crusader
Inter-Branded
ACWF World Junior Heavyweight Championship Gage Smith July 11th, 2010 Power Age Adrian Christ
ACWF World Tag Team Championship** Ashten Cross and Ihsalm Hellstorm July 11th, 2010 Power Age Jayson Kane and Eric Darkthrone
ACWF World Women's Championship Heart Break Gal* June 22nd, 2010 ACW: Chaos N/A
  • These champions had won their championship in Answers Championship Wrestling before the merge
    • These champions had won their championship in The Classic Wrestling Federation before the merge
      • These championships are inter-branded; they are accessible to all three brands

Defunct Championships

Because of the merge between both Answers Championship Wrestling and The Classic Wrestling Federation, many championships have become "defunct". Both the titles that were not carried over from either TCWF or ACW and the championships that were made defunct before the merge was even talked about are still listed as recognized championships for ACWF superstars. The championships are not listed with all history included on the official ACWF Championships page. However, a secondary site (ACW's old website) has been used as a reference for past champions in both Answers Championship Wrestling and The Classic Wrestling Federation as well as some Free-Per-View (FPV) History.

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