Pro Wrestling World Cup was a professional wrestling tournament produced by WhatCulture Pro Wrestling (WCPW) participants from various coutries, through four continents including Europe and Asia. 64 wrestlers (ended up being 65 wrestlers) from around the world were took part of a qualifiyng tournament to qualify for the official tournament. The German leg took place on the German Wrestling Federation. The qualifying matches for the tournament where a semi-tournament to decide who was going to represent their respective countries. The tournament took place in eight dates: February 21 for the English leg, February 23 for the Scottish leg, March 30 for the Mexican leg, May 14 for the Canadian leg, July 2 for the German leg, July 7 for the Japanese leg, July 21 for the American leg, July 22 for the rest of the world leg, and August 23, 24, 26, 2017 for the official tournament. The winner was Kushida.
|Alberto El Patrón||Mexico|
|Bobby Fish||United States of America|
|Cash Money Erkan||Germany|
|David Starr||United States of America|
|El Hijo de Dos Caras||Mexico|
|Flash Morgan Webster||Wales|
|Franky The Mobster||Canada|
|James Storm||United States of America|
|Jay Lethal||United States of America|
|Jurn Simmons||The Netherlands|
|Jushin Thunder Liger||Japan|
|Keith Lee1||United States of America|
|Matt Sydal||United States of America|
|Moose||United States of America|
|Penta El Zero M||Mexico|
|Ricochet||United States of America|
|Tiger Mask IV||Japan|
|Travis Banks||New Zealand|
|Zack Sabre Jr.||England|
1 - This competitor is a replacement for another participant who pulled out of the tournament.
2 - Galloway managed to make it through his country's leg of the tournament, but re-signed with WWE before the final bracket and was replaced.
3 - Williams competed in the tournament making it to the second round before being eliminated by Joe Coffey, however he defeated the other second round competitor in his country's leg, BT Gunn, to replace Drew Galloway, after he pulled out of the tournament.
4 - Elgin managed to make it through his country's leg of the tournament, but had to pull out before the final bracket and was replaced.
These participants were taken out of the tournament for a specific reason or another and therefore were replaced by another competitor.
|Wrestler||Country representing||Progression in the tournament||Reason||Replacing wrestler|
|Axel Dieter, Jr.||Germany||Before his tournament leg||Signed with WWE||Da Mack|
|Caristico||Mexico||Before his tournament leg||Pulled out of tournament||Juventud Guerrera|
|Cody Rhodes||United States of America||Before his tournament leg||Pulled out of tournament||Keith Lee|
|Crazy Sexy Mike||Germany||Before his tournament leg||Pulled out of tournament||Rambo|
|Drew Galloway||Scotland||Round of 16||Signed with WWE||Kenny Williams|
|Michael Elgin||Canada||Round of 16||Pulled out of tournament||Joseph Conners|
|Tarik||Canada||Before his tournament leg||Pulled out of tournament||Mike Bailey|
|Tarkan Aslan||Germany||Before his tournament leg||Pulled out of tournament||Cem Kaplan|
These brackets feature wrestlers exclusively from England with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket. This part will take place in Nottingham on March 21st.
|Zack Sabre, Jr.||Pin|
|Zack Sabre, Jr.||Sub|
These brackets feature wrestlers exclusively from Scotland with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket. These brackets will take place in the Scottish promotion, Scottish Wrestling Alliance.
Note: Drew Galloway had to drop out of the tournament due to him resigning with WWE, therefore a match between B.T. Gunn and Kenny Williams was made to determine who would take his place.
These brackets feature wrestlers exclusively from Mexico with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket.
|Penta El Zero M||Pin|
|Penta El Zero M||Pin|
|Alberto El Patron|
|El Hijo de Dos Caras|
These brackets feature wrestlers exclusively from Canada with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket. These brackets will take place in the Canadian promotion, Smash Wrestling.
These brackets feature wrestlers exclusively from Germany with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket. These brackets will take place in the German promotion, German Wrestling Federation.
|Cash Money Erkan|
|Cash Money Erkan||Pin|
These brackets feature wrestlers exclusively from Japan with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket.
|Tiger Mask IV|
|Jushin Thunder Liger|
These brackets feature wrestlers exclusively from the United States of America with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket.
Rest of the World LegEdit
These brackets feature wrestlers from multiple countries that are not featured in the previous 7 legs with the 2 finalists, one from each bracket, moving on to the finals bracket.
|Flash Morgan Webster|
|Flash Morgan Webster||Sub|
This bracket features the 16 finalists from the preliminary tournaments who are all competing for the WCPW Pro Wrestling World Cup '17.
* - Williams replaced Galloway due to Galloway re-signing with WWE between the Scotland leg and the Finals and Williams defeating Gunn to take his spot in the tournament.
** - Joseph Conners was revealed as the surprise replacement for Michael Elgin, who had to pull out of the tournament.
England Leg Edit
|1||Matt Riddle and Liam Slater defeated Prospect (Lucas Archer and Alex Gracie)||Tag team match|
|2||Christopher Daniels (c) defeated El Ligero||Singles match for the ROH World Championship|
|3||Drew Galloway defeated Ricochet||Singles match|
|4||The Prestige (Joe Hendry, BT Gunn, Joe Coffey, and Travis Banks) defeated Bullet Club (Adam Cole and The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)) and Gabriel Kidd||Eight-man tag team match|
Scotland Leg Edit
|1||Grado defeated El Ligero||Singles match|
|2||Martin Kirby defeated Travis Banks||Singles match|
|3||Marty Scurll defeated Will Ospreay (with Bea Priestley) and Matt Riddle by submission||Triple Threat match|
Mexico Leg Edit
|1||Primate defeated Scott Wainwright (with Bea Priestley)||Hardcore match|
|2||Rampage defeated Travis Banks||Singles match|
|3||Cody Rhodes (with Brandi Rhodes) defeated Drew Galloway||Singles match|
|4||Joe Hendry defeated Martin Kirby (c) by referee stoppage||Singles match for the WCPW World Championship|
Canada Leg Edit
|1||Gabriel Kidd (c) defeated Zack Sabre Jr.||Singles match for the WCPW Internet Championship|
|2||Joe Hendry defeated El Ligero by submission||Singles match|
Germany Leg Edit
|1||The Hunter Brothers (Jim Hunter and Lee Hunter) defeated Ronaldo Shaqiri and Toni Harting||Tag team match|
|2||Gabriel Kidd (c) defeated Joe Coffey||Singles match for the WCPW Internet Championship|
|3||Primate defeated Joe Hendry (c) by disqualification||Singles match for the WCPW World Championship|
|4||Alex Gracie defeated Kenny Williams||Singles match|
Japan Leg Edit
|1||Tomohiro Ishii defeated Rampage||Singles match|
Round of 16 Edit
|1||Marty Scurll and War Machine (Hanson and Ray Rowe) defeated The Prestige (Joe Hendry, BT Gunn, and El Ligero)||Six-man tag team match|
Semi-Finals and Finals Edit
|1||Penta El Zero M defeated Mike Bailey||Singles match|
|2||El Ligero defeated Rampage||Singles match for Ligero's Magnificent Seven briefcase|
|3||Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Alex Gracie by submission||Singles match to determine the #1 contender for the WCPW Internet Championship|
|4||Joe Hendry (c) defeated Jack Swagger by submission||Singles match for the WCPW World Championship|