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BSE Pro Wrestling
StyleAmerican Wrestling
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario, Canada
Founder(s)Rob Fuego
Arda Ocal
Dave Blezard
Tom Harbin
Jason Brown
Steve Cvetkovitch[1]

BSE Pro (Formerly Blood Sweat and Ears) (or BSE Wrestling) was a Canadian independent professional wrestling organization, founded in 2005. It held 10-12 events a year in the Greater Toronto Area, as well as quarterly tours to Northern Ontario cities such as Timmins, Sudbury, Iroquois Falls, Kirkland Lake and North Bay.[2] It evolved into Maximum Pro Wrestling after it merged with fellow Canadian promotion Border City Wrestling in 2010.[3][4]


BSE's first show was held on July 10, 2005, at the Nashville North nightclub in Norval, Ontario. As was usual at the start of the promotion, the show was split between wrestling and music, with local band Severity playing two sets. The main event that night featured Rhyno. Also appearing were The Highlanders, Shantelle Taylor and Tiana Ringer.[1]

The next show, in August, featured a main event pitching Christopher Daniels in a Fatal 3way against Chris Sabin and Petey Williams, as well as featuring Bobby Roode.[5] 2005 was completed with a show in Mississauaga on 30 October, featuring Bobby Roode, Traci Brooks and Chris Kanyon, as well as a main event match between Chris Sabin and Petey Williams.

On February 5, held their first show of 2006 in Sudbury, Ontario, during which Chris Kanyon revealed that he was homosexual. Throughout the remainder of 2006, BSE brought in more outside stars including Eric Young, Tommy Dreamer, Abyss, Christian Cage, Gail Kim, AJ Styles, Monty Brown, Steve Corino, Senshi, Lance Storm and Pat Tanaka, a tactic that saw the number of fans at shows rise from 200 to around 750.[6]

BSE Wrestling was brought to the attention of a wider audience at the 2008 CHIKARA King of Trios tournament. Team BSE, consisting of Kobra Kai, La Sombra Canadiense and Super Xtremo were involved in the second night of matches, facing Elite Pro Wrestling's representatives Da Soul Touchaz (Acid Jaz, Willie Richardson & Marshe Rockett) in the first round. However, as the three were not natural teammates, and were instead put together as a team to promote BSE Wrestling, they did not work as a team and were eliminated by Da Soul Touchaz after Willie Richardson pinned La Sombra Canadiense.[7]

On July 22, BSE announced a free show in Mississauga, Ontario in association with The Discovery Channel's Guinea Pig show. The show's host Ryan Stock took part in the main event Extreme Rules match against Franky the Mobster. The show was recorded for broadcast on the Discovery Channel at a later date.[8] In August 2008, BSE embarked on a cross-provincial wrestling tour, in support of the United Way. Spanning Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, the tour included characters Randy and Mr. Lahey from the Trailer Park Boys, Joe E. Legend, Rhino, and Tracy Brooks during certain stops.

On February 3, 2010 it was announced that Windsor's Border City Wrestling owner Scott D'Amore has left TNA Wrestling and has announced that his promotion, will be merging with BSE Pro, to become one of North America's largest and longest running independent wrestling company under the new banner, Maximum Pro Wrestling.[9][10]

Squared Circle Training[edit]

The BSE promotion is partnered with Squared Circle Training, a pro wrestling school in Toronto run by Rob Fuego and Steve Cvetkovich (Kobra Kai). Alumni include TNA Knockouts Gail Kim, Angel Williams, Traci Brooks and Shantelle Taylor aka Taylor Wilde, as well as a number of independent wrestlers such as Tiana Ringer, Xtremo and Brian Youngblood.


BSE Suicide Six-Pack Championship[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Don Paysan 1 September 10, 2006 Mississauga, Ontario Defeated Ash, James Champagne, Christopher Daniels, Bobby Roode and Chris Sabin.
Ash 1 June 24, 2007 Brampton, Ontario Defeated James Champagne, Tyson Dux, Franky the Mobster, Don Paysan and El Tornado at Higher Ground.
Franky the Mobster 1 August 26, 2007 Brampton, Ontario Defeated Ash, Cody 45, Pierre Shadows, Vane and Xtremo at Scorched Earth.
Xtremo 1 May 10, 2008 Iroquois Falls, Ontario Defeated Bang Bang Pete, Johnny Devine, Franky the Mobster, Kaz and Akira Raijin.
Deactivated 1 2010 Iroquois Falls, Ontario Deactivated when BSE Pro Wrestling when closed down

BSE Tag Team Championship[edit]

Wrestlers: Times: Date won: Location: Notes:
The Suicide Kidz
(Cody 45 and Xtremo)
1 April 22, 2007 Brampton, Ontario Defeated James Champagne and Robert Roode in the finals of the four-team Premier Tag Team Tournament.
(Tyson Dux and El Tornado)
1 August 11, 2007 North Bay, Ontario Won the title at The Homecoming.
The Blackouts
(Pierre Shadows and Vane)
1 February 9, 2008 Milton, Ontario Won the title at A Year in the Making.
TNT 2 May 9, 2008 Timmins, Ontario Defeated The Blackouts and The Suicide Kidz in a Triple Threat Ladder match.
The All-Starters
(Brent B and Johnny J)
1 August 10, 2008 North Bay, Ontario Defeated TNT in a two out of three falls match at BSE On Tour: Night Two.
Assault and Battery
(Mike Elias and Kenneth Crisis)
1 August 16, 2009 Brampton, Ontario Defeated the All-Starters in a No Holds Barred match.
Ashley Sixx & Michael Elgin 1 November 7, 2009 Markham, Ontario
Deactivated 1 2010 Iroquois Falls, Ontario Deactivated when BSE Pro Wrestling when closed down

BSE Adrenaline Cup[edit]

Year: Winner: Date: Location:
2005 Ash September 25, 2005 Norval, Ontario
2006 Ash July 9, 2006 Mississauga, Ontario
2007 Don Paysan July 29, 2007 Brampton, Ontario
2008 Tyson Dux November 7, 2008 Brampton, Ontario
2009 Anthony Fiasco November 21, 2009 North Bay, Ontario

BSE Arctic Championship[edit]

Year: Winner: Date: Location:
"Textbook" Tyson Dux 1 January 18, 2008 Iqaluit, Nunavut
Brent B 1 January 19, 2008 Iqaluit, Nuvanvut




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