Black Label Pro And British Wrestling Revolution Cut Ties With Wrestlers Accused Of Sexual Abuse

Black Label Pro and British Wrestling Revolution have severed ties with wrestlers accused of sexual abuse. 

Black Label Pro has severed ties with Johnathan Wolf, who was accused of sexual assault and mental abuse. Wolf had wrestled a handful of matches for BLP dating back to 2017. He most recently competed for the company in February 2020. 

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British Wrestling Revolution put out the following statement:

British Wrestling Revolution has a reputation with fans and workers alike as a professional organisation. Our company is built on the back of strong women both in the ring and outside of it.

We believe it is our duty to stand with and show our support to all those who have spoken out against the systemic sexual harassment and abuse that has seemingly plagued the British Wrestling scene.

No longer will the perpetrators be protected, no longer will victims be ignored, no longer will these crimes go unpunished. 

We pledge to continue to uphold our Zero Tolerance policy against this type of behavior. 

We will continue to monitor the situation and take appropriate action against any current roster member or staff member found to be contravening our ethos.

The company also announced they had severed ties with a roster member weeks ago "due to an accusation of inappropriate behaviour."

The name was not published out of respect for the victim. 

Fightful will continue to update fans on the story as more is known.

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