Registered Name: King’s Road: A Division of 4 Corners Wrestling
Established: May 2017

King’s Road had its first show on May 20th, 2017. As part of the now defunct CWC, King’s Road ran in the Colorado area of the United States, spanning upwards to the Dakota’s, and even running as far south as Oklahoma. For nine shows they ran in this territory, until taking a break for almost a year. King’s Road came back, running for eleven shows in the Pacific Northwest area before being purchased by 4 Corners Wrestling in late July 2018. The first official event under the 4CW banner was Chapter 21 which was held August 8th, 2018.

King’s Road holds bi-weekly regular events, as well as pay-per-views from time to time.

Our entrance stage for King’s Road is simple. We host our events in large venues with a minimum capacity of 10,000. We offer lighting effects, smoke, and very little pyrotechnics. Above the entrance curtain we have a large, single screen.

The ring is made up of light gray canvas covering the top and black sides with yellow trim. The ropes are black consisting of three horizontal with yellow turnbuckles and covers. The commentary booth is located on the opposite side of the ring, across from where the entrance ramp comes in.

Gareth Prescott purchased the King’s Road name in 2017, bringing the company to the CWC. Running in Colorado, and then Northwest region of the country, King’s Road quickly found success. Gareth was able to create a brand of wrestling with a passionate fan base, and soon found that he had gotten the attention of Perry Wallace. Now, with a larger audience, and touring capacity, Gareth Prescott hopes to grow King’s Road even more as a brand under 4 Corners Wrestling.

Hudson Hughes surprised everyone with Hollywood Pro, a company founded under the CWC banner. Hudson delivered a shocking product, never one to back down from pushing the envelope. Hudson himself has many enemies as he does fans, which made him an excellent choice to help run the King’s Road brand with Gareth Prescott. His experience working around the West Coast region will help King’s Road in the future. But will his attitude hinder it at all?

Steve Johnson brings over 20 years of experience in commentary to 4CW. He has been employed in various promotions throughout the years. He is an expert at what he does and knows the sport better than anyone else in the business. He’s calm for the most part, hardly ever using vulgar language, but will in times that force a reaction out of him.

Vinny Vassa got his start in the business back in 2004, where he first met Steve Johnson, and the two have been a team ever since. He brings a little inappropriate humor to his style as well as a deep passion for the sport. He is unfiltered with his vocabulary, what most would consider to be offensive and sexist at times.

Once 4CW inked a television deal, management hired Gabriel Hartman to conduct backstage interviews and report the news revolving around the promotion. Hartman has many years in this business, from managing talent to commentary. He will speak one on one with signed talent to voice their opinions to the followers of 4CW. It is rumored that Hartman is in fact homeless, traveling from town to town with 4CW living out of a suitcase.

Mike Powers, longtime friend of Perry Wallace, used to handle all of the music and sound effects for each event, as well as announce competing talents for entry and winners of matches. Now Mike only plays the role of ring announcer, moving from the DJ booth to ringside for every event.

Larry Collins calls it how he sees it. He is an unbiased asset to 4CW with his strict ruling inside of the ring. He will not be intimidated by competitors and won’t hesitate to disqualify if rules are broken in disregard to his authority over the ring.

Laroy Jones has hired with no previous experience and trained directly underneath Larry Collins supervision. Although he is inexperienced, he was hand selected by former General Manager and Vice President, Frankie Morrison.

Logan Whitby has worked the circuit for independent promotions on the east coast. With an impressive selection of matches under his belt, 4CW reached out to him and made him an offer he couldn’t refuse.

Patrick Murphy was hired to fill the fourth officiating position, replacing Christopher Salieri after his release from 4CW after allegations of tampering. His history is a bit rough, known for altercations with talent who pushed physical boundaries. Like Larry Collins, he isn’t one to be intimidated, and will fight back if he feels threatened inside of the ring while performing his job.