XJ Off to India - Welcomed by The Great Khali as New Coach!
February 16th, 2018
Huge news for Xavier Justice fans! Pure Pro Wrestling's Founder & Head Coach has accepted an offer to become the new Coach at Continental Wrestling Entertainment (CWE) in India. WWE Alumni & Former World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali started the CWE in 2015. Since its inception, CWE's school has become the largest professional wrestling gym in the world. The CWE hosts student - based events every Saturday night in Punjab as well as large regional events that boast attendances as high as 50,000 people. The CWE and The Great Khali's efforts to bring pro wrestling to India has been documented by media agencies world wide. Past students of CWE have gone on to successful careers and most recently have been signed to WWE & Impact Wrestling.
Xavier Justice has been an in-ring performer for the past 18 years, a promoter for 12, and a coach for 10. As a wrestler, Justice has performed all across the United States, captured several championships and has shared the ring with some of the best to ever lace up a pair of boots. As a promoter, Justice has taken Pure Pro Wrestling to unprecedented heights. PPW is the only touring professional wrestling company in Michigan, runs more events in one year than every promotion in the state of Michigan combined, and raises thousands of dollars for charity each year. PPW is also expanding to the national level with events scheduled in North Carolina and Louisiana. As a trainer, Justice is responsible for "breaking in" some of the most talented wrestlers in independent wrestling. Recently former student Hakim Zane was featured on Ring of Honor and most recently signed with Impact Wrestling while changing his name to Rohit Raju. "Michigan's Miracle Man" Father Time also performed in Ring of Honor. Ace Evans is also another successful student who has won championships in singles and tag team divisions. Other past students have gone on to enjoy successful careers.
Justice will spend the next six months of his career in India preparing over 200 students for in-ring competition. He is also expected to compete in the CWE ring on live events. With its founder and head coach absent, Pure Pro Wrestling won't skip a beat. The 2018 schedule is already full and more dates are being added each week. To make it even more exciting, Justice intends on sharing many of his experiences in India on his PPW's Facebook, Twitter and youtube accounts. To follow Xavier Justice's journey to India click here, here, & here. More details regarding this huge announcement will be released in the oncoming weeks.