Southpaw Regional Wrestling | What is it?
Southpaw Regional Wrestling has a huge fan base and many people aren't really familiar with what it is. It's been a few years since any recent episodes were released. These parodies are awesome to watch. So, what exactly is Southpaw Regional Wrestling?
Per WWE Wiki, Southpaw Regional Wrestling is a fictional professional wrestling promotion featured in an online video series produced by WWE. Southpaw's online videos are a parody of real professional wrestling promotions that operated in the Southern United States in the 1980s.
WWE released four Southpaw Regional Wrestling videos on its website, YouTube and the WWE Network on March 17, 2017. These Season 1 videos, which to date have received more than 2.5 million views on YouTube, feature current WWE wrestlers portraying different Southpaw Regional Wrestling characters, but they contain no actual wrestling.
In May 2017, WWE wrestler John Cena said more Southpaw Regional Wrestling videos would be on the way. In July 2017, WWE wrestler A.J. Styles confirmed that WWE recorded new videos for Season 2 of Southpaw Regional Wrestling.
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