LDN Wrestling was formed in November 2004 by lifelong wrestling fan Sanjay Bagga. The aim of the company at the time was to build a brand that could tour the country under the LDN name. London is the most well known capital city in the world and Sanjay felt it was time to celebrate the fact this country is great and put the “British” back in “British wrestling”.

LDN toured mostly London based venues until March 2007 when it signed a national television deal with The Wrestling Channel, and in over 2 years made history as the longest running British wrestling show since the days of World of Sport on ITV.

LDN Capital TV as it became known also produced some key moments that will long live in the memory. The man of 1,000 holds and former 10-time lightweight champion of the world Johnny Saint came out of retirement to thrill fans old and new as he defeated another great star in Johnny Kidd. And then one of the most remarkable and unique performers in the history of British wrestling, the legendary Kendo Nagasaki also came out of retirement and ended up feuding with then-champion Yorghos. LDN also established its own stars such as the “Notorious” Jon Ritchie, who dominated the sport for over two years, and he was closely followed by today’s main top performers, Alan Lee Travis and the “Peckham Playboy” Hakan, both of whom have held LDN gold.

LDN Wrestling now tours the country putting on events the entire family can enjoy from theatres to town hall, and in 2012 it became the largest promotion in Europe staging well over 150 shows.

In 2013, LDN Wrestling was approchaed by Wos Wrestling LTD to help produce the World of Sport TV taping at the Fairfield Halls in Croydon. The event took place in November infront of the biggest crowd Fairfield has seen in 10 years with former WWE Superstar Matt Striker main eventing against the legendary Johnny Kidd.

LDN also now boasts 2 training schools in Romford and Barnet

LDN Wrestling is proud of our history, our roots in greco roman and mat wrestling. BRITISH AND PROUD!