Pro Wrestling Spotlight: Tyris Wrestling

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Our Pro Wrestling Spotlight series has only featured pro wrestlers from different parts of the world. But for the first time ever, it will showcase a promotion—Tyris Wrestling from Valencia, Spain. As previously mentioned in this series, pro wrestling in Spain is growing rapidly. Today, different parts of the Iberic country are developing their own regional promotions…

How did Tyris Wrestling begin?

Tyris Wrestling was born out of the desire to have the art that is pro wrestling in the region of Valencia. From the start, Tyris Wrestling had to face setbacks, like the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic just when the promotion was gaining its footing. Despite all the problems faced, they officially open their doors to the world in September of 2020.

The birth of Tyris Wrestling can be traced back to a tweet by pro wrestler Albert El Piñas. He was looking to find people in Valencia that were interested in training pro wrestling. As they say, the rest was history…

Tyris Wrestling has some interesting young prospects in their group. Wrestlers like the previously mentioned Albert El Piñas, their current champion Enriquecido with a power level over 9000, the energetic tag team of Ruby Ruiz & Vili Balance, Gerard García and many more. All of them are from the region of the Valencian Community. The promotion has also showcased frequent wrestlers from other parts of Spain, like Sara Leon, Noah Striker, Issi, Javier Vives and more.

Tyris Wrestling currently has a project with the ESC (European Solidarity Corps) called WrestlingCLUSION. With this project, they use pro wrestling as a tool of integration and solidarity for vulnerable groups of people in the region of the Valencian Community. They put on training sessions, shows, and other things related to pro wrestling.

The goal for Tyris Wrestling is to expand the growth in popularity of wrestling, not only in Valencia but all-around Spain. They also strive to normalize the practice of the sport and always try to improve so they can deliver the best shows possible.

You can follow Tyris Wrestling: YouTube | Twitter | Instagram

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The Scrap's Juan Carlos Reneo is from Spain, he writes about and loves professional wrestling. Make sure to follow him on Twitter (<a href="https://twitter.com/ReneusMeister">@ReneusMeister</a>).
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