Turning the state's wrestling community from a bunch of fans to sought-after commodities, Tasmanian Championship Wrestling has done some big things.
Next Saturday, however, marks their biggest event on the calendar - the seventh annual Annihilation show, held at Elphin Sports Centre.
Launceston's answer to the United States' Wrestlemania, TCW co-owner and wrestler, Beau Sayer says the show is for everyone and not to be missed.
"Whether you're a wrestling fan or not a wrestling fan, come to the shows," he said.
"Most of our crowd are people who have joked and laughed it off and have come and gone 'oh, that was a hell of a good night' and they've come every time after."
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Featuring local and mainland talent as the Tasmanian landscape begins to get nationally recognised as one of the more passionate and athletic regions, Sayer is incredibly proud of the company's growth.
"It's something that we've worked really hard on over that 12 months to get that growth not only within Tassie but within the rest of the country as well.
"We've had some of the biggest names in Australian wrestling like [ex WWE wrestler] Damian Slater in October.
"I get way more of a kick out of watching guys who I've helped train and blokes who have walked in from day one at an open day with no idea what they are getting into to main-eventing shows and winning titles in front of 300 people."
Annihilation's two biggest contests, a championship match between Zack Archer and Adrian Alexander and a 'three stages of hell' match pitting Sayer's character, Eddie Jones, against former team-mate Dylan Daniels, all feature Northern competitors, showing the strength of the local scene.
The latter bout, which combines three match types into a two-out-of-three falls scenario sees the end of a four-month long saga following Jones' betrayal of his group JonesTown - featuring Daniels and Charli Rose.
When asked about the rivalry, Sayer channeled his alter ego.
"I probably have a different perspective of how that went down than most. I just think he wasn't being a very supportive friend.
"He should have paid more attention to me, he was too busy worrying about himself and Charli was off in her own little world."
Tickets start at $15 for the 6.00pm, February 22 show. For more information and to buy tickets, visit Tasmanian Championship Wrestling on Facebook.
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