This promotion is unique in that the shows, which are called Big Battels, are parodies of both professional wrestling and the tokusatsu kaiju movies of Japan. These battels are presented in the style of professional wrestling events, with the wrestlers playing the roles of giant, city-crushing monsters similar to Godzilla and Gamera. Often the costumes will be ridiculously bulky and/or difficult to see and maneuver. The ring is typically littered with cardboard buildings to simulate a cityscape being destroyed during the course of the battel. The wrestlers under the costumes are never credited and likely change every show.
The misspelling of "Battel" is intentional, due to a misprint of an early T-shirt design. In-jokes are plentiful and are aimed towards fans of professional wrestling (especially Lucha libre Mexican wrestling), superhero comic books and Japanese popular culture. Many of the names of the characters are in mock-Spanish or mock-Japanese, and Engrish is used liberally for comedic effect.
Championships and accomplishments
|Championship||Champion(s)||Defeated||Date Won||Days Held||Location||Event|
|Kaiju Grand Championship||Uchu Chu||Silver Potato||April 1, 2016||1267+||Dallas, Texas||KBB Content of Champions|
|Kaiju Double Danger Tandem Championship||Hell Monkey & Su Yung||Vacant||March 31, 2017||903+||Orlando, Florida||KBB Civil War Elimination|
|KBB Hashtag Championship||Vacant||Kota Ibushi||April 1, 2016||1267+||Dallas, Texas||KBB Content of Champions|
|KBB Southern Division Championship||American Beetle||Tucor||January 27, 2019||236+||Tampa, Florida||Episode 4|
|KBB Triplicity Championship||Metal Wing Black, Sunbuster, & Unicorn Party||Vacant||April 1, 2016||1267+||Dallas, Texas||KBB Content of Champions|