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Irish professional wrestling promotion

Over the Top Wrestling, commonly abbreviated to OTT, is an Irish professional wrestling promotion based in Dublin, Ireland, that was founded in 2014.[1] The promotion mixes elements of traditional pro wrestling, comedy and sports entertainment.[2] Over the Top Wrestling showcases the best Irish talent and also brings in renowned stars from overseas.[3][4] Shows typically took place in Dublin’s Tivoli Theatre until its demise,[5] “The Arena” at Good Counsel GAA club on Suir Road and in Belfast, Northern Ireland at Queen’s University or at the Europa Hotel. OTT also runs shows from the National Basketball Arena in Dublin. Special ‘Supershows’ occur at the National Stadium periodically. ‘Contenders’ billed shows featuring up and coming local talent are run from the National Stadium’s Ringside Club.

History[edit]

Founded in 2014 as an alternative to the family friendly offerings on the Irish wrestling scene at the time, OTT was aimed at an over 18s audience with the intention of giving adult wrestling fans something grittier to enjoy, with a shift away from a PG product. Initially the show focused mainly on Irish talent, with gimmicks relating to Irish culture such as the Traveller influenced Luther Ward and the Ward Family, “Session Moth” Martina, the working class-styled Lads from the Flats and the elitist “Lord of The Manor” Paul Tracey. The show was initially composed of wrestlers trained by Main Stage Wrestling and Fight Factory training schools. As the promotion evolved it attracted more renowned stars from abroad and now boasts a vibrant mix of Irish and international talent.

Post-Pandemic Era[edit]

After 17 months without a show due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OTT returned in Belfast on 18th July 2021 with “Welcome Back to the Second Half”. The show featured predominantly Irish mainstays from the pre-pandemic OTT era, as well as a number of imports based in the UK (Omari, Emersyn Jane, Jamie Hayter & Mark Haskins) and a debuting CJ West. This show seen the unification of the GN Title held by Adam Maxted and the Vacated OTT World Title in a match won by Mark Haskins to become double champion.
A Tag tournament eliminator was also held due to Moustache Mountain vacating their titles because of a lack of defenses. The tournament finals seen The Kings of The North (Bonesaw & Damien Corvin) beat The Lads From the Flats (Paddy M & Session Moth Martina) win to the belts for the fourth time.

The following shows seen the promotion of a number of the contenders roster including Justin Daniels, and Danny Cross (referred to as Jay – worker name Danny Cross) who won the OTT Tag Team Titles with B.Cool on his main roster debut versus Kings Of The North. Liamo also became a regular on the shows as a manager for Paddy M and Martina, and later made his in-ring debut on Contenders 18; the first Contenders show in the post-pandemic era – a show which also introduced Alex Grayson & Fabio to OTT.
Sammy D defeated Scotty Davis for the NLW Championship at the 2021 Wexford Spiegeltent Festival live event which became the first unrecorded title change in the companies history.

2022 began with a double header of Saturday and Sunday shows “OTT Live at the Ringside”. This weekend saw the Tag Team debuts of Ring Technicians (CJ West & Fabulous Nicky) as well as Kelly agus Lynch (Conn Kelly & Dara Lynch). It also saw long time babyface and fan-favorite Terry Thatcher turn heel after being unable to beat Session Moth Martina for the GN Championship. Mark Haskins was unable to make The Road to Scrappermania show in Dublin due to travel issues, as a result an impromptu main event was made for the OTT Tag Team Championships which saw Aussie Open overcome B.Cool and Jay to win the titles for the first time. This show also set up a number of matches for the Scrappermania 6 stadium show.

Contenders[edit]

OTT Contenders was launched on in May 2017. The idea for these shows was to give up-and-coming Irish talent a platform to perform on as a proving ground. An initial seminar was advertised for an opportunity to perform on the first OTT Contenders show in The Ringside Club of the National Stadium. Hundreds of hopeful applicants from across the country applied to take part but only a handful were picked for the seminar. From those participants, the numbers were further narrowed down to only the best performers. These chosen few perform on the Contenders shows in conjunction with established talent.
People who perform well on Contenders are often given an opportunity on the main show, as has been seen with Club Tropicana (Captain Sexsea and Fabulous Nicky) More Than Hype (LJ Cleary, Nathan Martin and Darren Kearney)Legit 100 (Scotty Davis, Curtis Murray and Micheal May) and later Justin Daniels & Danny Cross.
The contenders and trainees working their way through the OTT system also double as ring crew for the larger OTT shows.

Championships[edit]

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days
held
Location Notes Ref.
OTT World Championship Omari 1 July 22, 2022 29 Dublin, Ireland Defeated Mark Haskins at Poetry Slam
OTT No Limits Championship Sammy D 1 October 24, 2021 300 Belfast, Northern Ireland Defeated Scotty Davis.
OTT Women’s Championship Debbie Keitel 1 March 12, 2022 161 Dublin, Ireland Defeated Emersyn Jayne at ScrapperMania VI.
OTT Tag Team Championship Adam Maxted and Charlie Sterling 1 August 19, 2022 1 Dublin, Ireland Defeated Velocities at Wrestling Lives Here. [citation needed]
OTT Gender Neutral Championship Jay 1 July 22, 2022 29 Dublin, Ireland Defeated previous champion Session Moth Martina and Mike Bailey in a three-way match at Poetry Slam

OTT World Championship[edit]

OTT World Championship
Promotion Over the Top Wrestling
Date established 3 February 2018
Current champion(s) Omari
Date won 22 July 2022

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily

Combined reigns[edit]

Indicates the current champion

OTT Tag Team Championship[edit]

The OTT Tag Team Championship is a title in Over the Top Wrestling primarily contested for by tag teams but also regularly defended under Freebird Rules by 3-man teams. The current champions are Adam Maxted and Charlie Sterling who were in their first reign as a team.

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 The Kings Of The North
(Bonesaw and Damien Corvin)
25 July 2015 Respect My Authority Dublin, Ireland 1 308 3 Bonesaw and Corvin won a four way elimination match also involving The Gymnasties, The Lads From The Flats and The Wards to become the inaugural champions [11]
2 The Gymnasties
(B. Cool and Sammy D)
28 May 2016 Even Better Than Better Than Our Best Dublin, Ireland 1 203 2 [12]
3 The Kings Of The North
(Bonesaw (2), Damien Corvin (2) and Dunkan Disorderly)
17 December 2016 The Dream Before Christmas Dublin, Ireland 2 414 8 Defended titles under Freebird Rule [13]
4 The Rapture
(Charlie Sterling, Sha Samuels and Zack Gibson)
3 February 2018 Homecoming – Dublin Dublin, Ireland 1 120 3 This was a steel cage match. Defended titles under Freebird Rule. [14]
5 The Kings Of The North
(Bonesaw(3), Damien Corvin(3) and Dunkan Disorderly(2))
3 June 2018 Live In Belfast Belfast, Northern Ireland 3 286 6 Defended titles under Freebird Rule [15]
6 British Strong Style
(Trent Seven and Tyler Bate)
16 March 2019 Scrappermania V Dublin, Ireland 1 855 3 Won titles in a 6 man tag team match alongside Pete Dunne. Only Bate and Seven would go on to defend the titles. [8]
Vacated 15 July 2021 Titles were announced as being vacated by Moustache Mountain prior to restart of OTT, following hiatus due to COVID-19 pandemic.
7 The Kings Of The North
(Bonesaw (4) and Damien Corvin (4))
18 July 2021 Welcome Back to the Second Half Belfast 4 56 1 Kings of the North won a triangle tournament for the vacant championship. [10]
8 B. Cool and Jay 12 September 2021 Banjaxed II Belfast 1 160 3 [16]
9 Aussie Open
(Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis)
19 February 2022 Road to Scrappermania Dublin 1 153 2
10 VeloCities
(Jude London and Paris De Silva)
22 July 2022 Poetry Slam Dublin, Ireland 1 28 1 Won a 3 way match which also included Kings of The North
11 Adam Maxted and Charlie Sterling 19 August 2022 Wrestling Lives Here Dublin, Ireland 1 1+ 0

Combined reigns[edit]

Indicates the current champion

By wrestler[edit]

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Bonesaw 3 17 1164
Damien Corvin 3 17 1164
2 Trent Seven 1 2 851
Tyler Bate 1 2 851
3 Dunkan Disorderly 2 11 700
4 B. Cool 2 5 363
5 Sammy D 1 2 203
6 Danny Cross 1 3 160
7 Mark Davis 1 1 153
Kyle Fletcher 1 1 153
8 Charlie Sterling † 2 3 121+
9 Sha Samuels 1 3 120
Zack Gibson 1 3 120
10 Jude London 1 1 28
Paris De Silva 1 1 28
11
Adam Maxted 1 0 29+

OTT Women’s Championship[edit]

The OTT Women’s Championship is a title in Over the Wrestling and is competed for by female talent. The current champion is Debbie Keitel, who is in her first reign.

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily

Combined reigns[edit]

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Emersyn Jayne 2 4 994
2 Katey Harvey 2 3 301
3 Martina 2 3 289
4 Raven Creed 1 4 224
5 Valkyrie 1 2 153
6 Debbie Keitel † 1 1 161+

OTT Gender Neutral Championship[edit]

The OTT Gender Neutral Championship is a title in Over the Top Wrestling and is open to both male and female talent. The current champion is Jay, who is in his first reign.

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 B. Cool 9 December 2017 OTT Being The Elite Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1 <1 0 B. Cool is recognized as the inaugural champion by OTT having produced the belt after an “OTT show in Rio De Janeiro” he was then forced to immediately defend the belt as punishment for making his own belt. [26]
2 Martina 9 December 2017 OTT Being The Elite Dublin 1 99 2 Martina teamed with Kay Lee Ray and defeated The Angel Cruzers (Angel Cruz and B. Cool) in a no holds barred tag team match. [27]
3 LJ Cleary 18 March 2018 OTT Contenders 7: Outer Space Odyssey SuperShow Dublin 1 237 7 [28]
4 Mark Haskins 10 November 2018 OTT Redemption Dublin 1 162 3 This was a four-way match also involving Chris Ridgeway and Scotty Davis [29]
5 Terry Thatcher 21 April 2019 OTT Contenders 14 Dublin 1 <1 0 [30]
6 Mark Haskins 21 April 2019 OTT Contenders 14 Dublin 2 259 3 Haskins cashed in his Golden Briefcase contract on Terry Thatcher immediately after losing a match to him. [30]
7 Adam Maxted 5 January 2020 OTT Stickin Out Belfast 1 560 1 [30]
8 Mark Haskins 18 July 2021 OTT Welcome Back to the Second Half Belfast 3 83 0 This match was also for the vacant OTT World Championship.
9 Session Moth Martina 9 October 2021 Martina’s Gaff Party 6 Dublin, Ireland 2 385 3 This was a triple threat match which also involves Terry Thatcher. [31]
10 Jay 22 July 2022 Poetry Slam Dublin, Ireland 1 29+ 1 This was a triple threat match which also involved Mike Bailey.

Combined reigns[edit]

As of August 20, 2022.

Indicates the current champion

OTT No Limits Championship[edit]

The OTT No Limits Championship, formerly known as the No Limits Wrestling Championship, is a title in Over the Top Wrestling. It predates OTT and was competed for across various promotions in Europe, including American Wrestling Rampage (AWR) and No Limits Wrestling (NLW). Within OTT, it was initially used as the top tier title in the company, until the introduction of the OTT Championship. It now serves as an up-and-comers style championship and is regularly contested for on Contenders shows. The current champion is Sammy D, who is in his first reign.

OTT No Limits Championship
Promotion Over the Top Wrestling
Date established 4 March 2007
Current champion(s) Sammy D
Date won 24 October 2021
  • NLW Heavyweight Championship
    (2007 – 2009)
  • AWR No Limits Championship
    (2009 – 2014)
  • NLW Heavyweight Championship
    (2014 – 2015)
  • OTT No Limits Championship
    (2015 – present)

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 Dunkan Disorderly 4 March 2007 NLW Crowning Of A Champion Dublin 1 322 2 Disorderly defeated Anthony Idol, Georgie Mac and Joey Cabray in a 4 way match to become the inaugural champion [32]
2 Sean Brennan 20 January 2008 NLW Naas, Ireland 1 56 2 This was a three way match also involving Anthony Idol [33]
3 Heidenreich 16 March 2008 AWR Rampage Tour 2008 Castlebar, Ireland 1 27 4 This was a three way match also involving Shaka [34]
4 Sean Brennan 12 April 2008 NLW 2nd Anniversary Show Naas, Ireland 2 340 6 [35]
5 Rob Van Dam 18 March 2009 AWR European Tour 2009 – Day 1 Paris, France 1 6 3 This was a three way match also involving Sabu [36]
6 Rene Dupree 24 March 2009 AWR European Tour 2009 – Day 5 Bordeaux, France 1 2 0 [37]
Vacated 26 March 2009
7 Dunkan Disorderly 31 August 2009 AWR Summer Bash Tour 2009 – Day 6 Belfast 2 88 4 [38]
8 Michael Knight 27 November 2009 AWR European Invasion 2009 – Day 7 Regensburg, Deutschland 1 2 1 [39]
9 PAC 29 November 2009 AWR European Invasion 2009 – Day 9 Oberhausen, Deutschland 1 9 2 This was a three way match also involving El Generico [40]
10 Dunkan Disorderly 8 December 2009 AWR European Invasion 2009 – Day 12 Toulouse, France 3 337 5 This was a three way match also involving El Generico [41]
11 Daivari 10 November 2010 AWR Twisted Steel Tour – Day 1 Bordeaux, France 1 11 1 [42]
12 Shawn Brennan 21 November 2010 AWR Twisted Steel Tour – Day 7 Rouen, France 3 63 0 [43]
13 Paul Tracey 23 January 2011 NLW New Year′s Bash Naas, Ireland 1 245 9 [44]
14 Dunkan Disorderly 25 September 2011 NLW 5th Anniversary Show Naas, Ireland 4 119 1 [45]
15 Paddy Morrow 22 January 2012 NLW New Year′s Bash Naas, Ireland 1 369 2 [46]
16 Paul Tracey 25 January 2013 FFPW Bray, Ireland 2 2 0 [47]
17 Danny Butler 27 January 2013 NLW New Year′s Bash Naas, Ireland 1 534 2 [48]
18 Luther Ward 15 July 2014 N/A N/A 1 221 2
19 Paul Tracey 21 February 2015 OTT Humperdink And The Monster Factory Dublin 3 190 3 [49]
20 Pete Dunne 30 August 2015 OTT Too Cool Dublin 1 209 6 [50]
21 Luther Ward 26 March 2016 OTT Scrappermania 2 – The Rising Dublin 2 168 2 [51]
22 Pete Dunne 10 September 2016 OTT Wrestling Is Art Dublin 2 147 1 [52]
23 Ryan Smile 4 February 2017 OTT Martina’s Gaff Party 2: Back In The Dr. Dre – Dublin Dublin 1 182 3 [53]
24 Mark Haskins 5 August 2017 OTT WrestleRama – Dublin Dublin 1 126 4 This was a three way elimination match also involving Marty Scurll [54]
25 Jordan Devlin 9 December 2017 OTT Being The Elite Dublin 1 56 2 [27]
Vacated 3 February 2018 OTT Homecoming Dublin Devlin vacated the title when he was awarded the OTT Championship
26 Terry Thatcher 13 May 2018 OTT Contenders 9 Dublin 1 154 1 Defeated Scotty Davis in a tournament final [55]
27 Curtis Murray 14 October 2018 OTT Defiant 2 Dublin 1 350 2 [56]
28 Scotty Davis 29 September 2019 OTT Martina’s Gaff Party 4 Belfast 1 756 3 This was a three way elimination match also involving Calum Black [57]
29 Sammy D 24 October 2021 Spiegeltent Festival 2021 Wexford 1 300+ 7 [58]

Combined reigns[edit]

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Dunkan Disorderly 4 12 866
2 Scotty Davis 1 3 756
3 Danny Butler 1 2 534
4 Sean Guinness 3 8 459
5 Paul Tracey 3 12 437
6 Luther Ward 2 4 389
7 Paddy Morrow 1 2 369
8 Curtis Murray 1 2 350
9 Pete Dunne 2 7 356
10 Sammy D † 1 7 300+
11 Ryan Smile 1 3 182
12 Terry Thatcher 1 1 154
13 Mark Haskins 1 4 126
14 Jordan Devlin 1 2 56
15 Heidenreich 1 4 27
16 Daivari 1 1 11
17 PAC 1 2 9
18 Rob Van Dam 1 3 6
19 Rene Dupree 1 0 2
Michael Knight 1 1 2

OTT wrestlers are freelance competitors, meaning they may also appear for multiple promotions worldwide, as well as performing for OTT.[citation needed]

Main roster male talent[edit]

Ring name Notes
Adam Maxted The Draw
B. Cool
Bonesaw Kings of the North
Bullet Smyth Social Elite
Charlie Sterling The Draw
CJ West Ring Technicians
Conn Kelly Kelly agus Lynch
CT Flexor
Damien Corvin Kings of the North
Dara Lynch Kelly agus Lynch
Fabio
Fabulous Nicky Ring Technicians
Jay OTT Gender Neutral Champion
Jude London VeloCities, OTT Tag Team Champion
Justin Daniels
Kyle Fletcher Aussie Open
Liamo Lads from the Flats
LJ Cleary
Man Like Deriess
Mark Davis Aussie Open
Mark Haskins
Martin Steers
Omari OTT World Champion
Paddy M Lads from the Flats
Paris De Silva VeloCities, OTT Tag Team Champion
Renzo Rose
Sammy D OTT No Limits Champion, The Draw
Scotty Davis
Sean Guinness Social Elite
Terry Thatcher

Main roster female talent[edit]

Ring name Notes
Debbie Kietel OTT Women’s Champion
Emersyn Jayne
Kasey Owens
Katey Harvey
Martina Lads From The Flats
Myla Grace
Raven Creed

Non-wrestlers[edit]

Ring name Notes
Aonghus Óg McAnally Host, commentator
Paul Tracy Manager of Social Elite
Dennis Murphy Ring Announcer
J Money Commentator, Manager of Fabio
Jamie Coleman Commentator
Niall Fox Referee
Paul Tracey Manager of Social Elite, Bullet Smyth’s father.
Vicky Haskins Manager of Mark Haskins

Special appearances/alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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