Your Voice! SWA is in your hands!

Posted in News on Friday, July 22, 2011 by revstjames.

As some fans may have noticed in recent months, Source and SWA have recently polled random audience members to get their feedback and views on the Source Wrestling product. As a result, CJ Hunter and Black Samurai Junior were entered into the Pride of Scotland tournament as the fans spoke so highly of them.

Our website also goes through minor overhauls and added features, much like the latest tweaks and addition of the return of Fantasy League (we had no idea it was so popular!), based on user feedback in order to give you the best experience. You may have also noticed changes to shows in content including a stricter time limit all based on what made things best for you guys. Whatever aspect of SWA, whether it be our live events, promotion, website and everything in between, we like to regularly ask you guys what you want to see, how we can improve your overall experience and put the power into your hands.

So this month, in place of our usual SWA Poll we’ve decided to ask a few quick questions about your SWA experience and ask you guys what you want to see.


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