Chaotic Wrestling Introduces The Pan-Optic Championship
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Chaotic Wrestling announced on Saturday that it would be introducing a new championship among its ranks, with the Pan-Optic Championship aiming to be a more inclusive belt for everyone.
According to the company, the belt is a response to the ever-growing environment of professional wrestling and the way in which people can now speak out. Adorned with various LGBTQ+ flags and a symbol likely aimed at referencing gender fluidity, the company hopes to make this belt one that all can win.
Chaotic Wrestling announced the new title on Twitter, issuing the following statement:
The Pan Optic Championship
Chaotic Wrestling is proud to announce the inception of a brand new title centered around inclusivity. In the post Speaking Out world it is more important than ever to create safe environments for people to train, watch, perform, and engage with Professional Wrestling. Chaotic and the New England Pro Wrestling Academy aim to be at the center of that movement. The Pan-Optic Championship will be taking the place of what was the Chaotic Women’s Title as we look to remove any gender bias from affecting match ups or the overall perception of the wrestlings involved. Therefore the Pan-Optic Championship will be genderless, non-binary, and without exclusion. Those battling for the title will share these ideals that a wrestling match should be judged on the quality of the content in the match and the talent of the wrestlers competing with no regard to the identity of either individual.
Chaotic hopes to lead the charge and inspire the wrestling business to change in response to the ever evolving world outside. It is our goal that the Pan-Optic Championship be a first step towards this end.