Professional Championship Wrestling is an Australian professional wrestling organization based in Ferntree Gully, Victoria. The company shares the name as the American-based organization Professional Championship Wrestling but is not at all affiliated with.
Professional Championship Wrestling holds the majority of its main shows in South East Victoria, however also has done a number of tours over the years to Warrnambool, Hoppers Crossing, Geelong, Mildura and Pakenham.
PCW also holds its directly linked developmental promotion, "PCW SLAM!", where regular shows of young up and coming wrestlers are held most weekends, with the occasional appearance of the main rostered wrestlers.
Upon its formation, PCW made ground on the local wrestling scene by featuring Australian wrestling icons Mario Milano and George The Hitman Julio on its events. The two experienced wrestlers helped groom the new era of wrestlers which would include The Enforcer, Spike Steel, Mad Dog McCrea, Lee Star, Fuel and Rave.
In November 2014, PCW held its 15th anniversary celebration dinner. The event featured well wishes from WWE Superstar Emma and Australian hardcore wrestler icon Lobo and was attended by dozens of performers who have appeared for the promotion.
The Enforcer was awarded the inaugural life member award.
Professional Championship Wrestling operates two training facilities, the PCW Academy Melbourne and PCW Academy Geelong. Notable graduates include WWE Superstars Emma, Buddy Murphy, Chris Atkins and Triple A's Australian Suicide.
The company boasts being the largest professional wrestling school in Australia, with on-site gyms and multiple rings.