Xtreme Wrestling Center
|Headquarters||Raytown and Kansas City, Missouri|
|Founder(s)||David Cattin, Jordan Rogers, and Adam Houck|
The Xtreme Wrestling Center (XWC) is an independent professional wrestling school based in Raytown, a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri. Founded in 2014 by Marine Corps combat veteran Jordan 'Smiley' Rogers and professional wrestlers 'Smooth as Satin' David Cattin and Adam Houck. It is an atypical sports training center that supports wrestling through events in the region.
The name of XWC was inspired by the Extreme Championship Wrestling. The school teaches Professional Wrestling to aspiring wrestlers in the Midwest primarily in the Kansas City area. Its training programs are for professional wrestlers, managers, and referees. XWC is managed by Jordan Rogers with David Cattin acting as head of professional training sessions. It accepts candidate from the age of 16 after and a physical evaluation. Kansas City was chosen as a location because it has over 100 years of history in professional wrestling and a long-time stronghold for pro wrestling.
- New pro wrestling training center launches in Raytown, KCTV5 (2014)
- Kansas City Xtreme Wrestling to Hold “Wrestling for Vets” Fundraiser Professional Wrestling Event for The Semper Fi Fund on February 12th, 2017, Missouri Wrestling Revival (January 2017)
- Xtreme Wrestling Center (XWC) Opens in Raytown, Raytown-Brooking Chronicles (October 23, 2014)
- Double turns, finishers and jerking the curtain: Raytown center teaches wrestling moves and more, KSHB-TV (April 2015)
- Body Slam! Where Wannabe Professional Wrestlers Get Schooled, Name.Kitchen (2015)