Chaotic Wrestling (CW) is a very well known American independent wrestling promotion based in North Andover, Massachusetts owned by Jamie Jamitowski and formerly Killer Kowalski prior to his death in August 2008. In addition to the promotion is the Chaotic Training Center, a professional wrestling school where Kowalski would oversee the training of ambitious wrestlers.
In its time Chaotic Wrestling has hosted both legends of wrestlings past, the recently unemployed, and the up-and-incoming new wrestlers of the business, ranging from Tony Atlas
, to Matt "Spike Dudley" Hyson
, and Nikki Roxx
In May 2007, Chaotic Wrestling and Fabulous Productions announced a special charity event featuring then-World Wrestling Entertainment Champion John Cena
acting as special guest referee
between two of CW's wrestlers, Brian Milonas and "Big" Rick Fuller
. During the match, WWE CEO Vince McMahon
made a surprise appearance, attacking Cena, only to receive an FU
from him. Funds from the event went to the Newbury Police Association and several other charities.
Chaotic Training Center
The Chaotic Training Center, is one of America's best professional wrestling training schools. The students are trained by Chaotic Wrestlers Todd Smith and Brian Milonas, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays.
Several graduates have appeared on WWE television, wrestled tryout matches, or signed developmental contracts.
Retired and defunct championships
|Chaotic Wrestling Television Championship
||February 12, 2002
||Lowell, Massachusetts |
|Chaotic Wrestling Light Heavyweight Championship
||January 14, 2001
||Lawrence, Massachusetts |
- Alex Arion
- Antonio Thomas
- Brandon Locke
- Brian Fury
- Brian Milonas
- Chase Del Monte
- Cherry Payne
- Danny E.
- Don Chesterfield*
- Dr. Reginald Heresey
- Fred Sampson
- Matt Spectro
- Max Bauer
- Mike Nice
- Nick Gamma
- Rich Palladino
- Rick Fuller
- Scott Reed
- Tommy T.
- Tony Omega
- -formerly known as "Handsome Johnny"
- "Wrestling event to build skating programs for youths". The Berkshire Eagle. 06 May 2002
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- "Throwing His Weight Around". Boston Globe 29 Aug 2004
- "Art Ring masters; Exhibit reveals the dreams, struggles of aspiring pro-wrestlers". Boston Herald 06 Nov 2003