The Crash Lucha Libre has announced through a statement that it has reached a collaboration agreement with the Chinese company Oriental Wrestling Entertainment (OWE). With this agreement, both companies strengthen relations to share content for the coming months.
The Crash has announced through a press release about the agreement. The directors of the Mexican company traveled last January 10 to the headquarters of OWE in Shanghai to meet with senior officials of OWE. There, both companies formalized the alliance, assuming the first agreement between a Mexican company and another Chinese pro-wrestling company.
The Crash ha anunciado una alianza con Oriental Wrestling Entertainment, empresa de Lucha Libre en China.
La alianza incluye intercambio de talento y contenidos para televisión.@TheCrashLuchas pic.twitter.com/BtDbMi0vYw
— Más Lucha (@mas_lucha) January 17, 2019
In the agreement, The Crash and OWE will be able to exchange talent and content for the development of their television programs, so that new young people in development in the Shanghai dojo will be able to travel to Mexico to continue with their training. It should be remembered that the STRONG HEARTS team (CIMA and T-Hawk), which have been key to expanding OWE internationally, have already appeared in the company.
CIMA came to The Crash on February 16, 2018, competing in a special match with Extreme Tiger and King Horus against the Lucha Bros (Penta the 0M and Rey Fenix) with Rey Mysterio. In the show on September 8, CIMA arrived with T-Hawk, continuing the relationship.
The agreement with The Crash is another great advance for the Chinese company, which already announced that it has a collaboration agreement with the new company All Elite Wrestling (AEW), owned by the Khan family.
OWE is currently collaborating with other companies in the rest of the world, such as DDT Pro-Wrestling or WRESTLE-1 in Japan. In addition, it is one of the most interesting emerging companies, reaching a large audience in China, which allows a high level of exposure in the Asian country.