In an update on the ongoing troubles between the What Culture Pro Wrestling promotion and YouTube in regards to YouTube organizing a rollout of changes to ensure content presented on the service remains, for the most part, family friendly, as there have been some controversial videos regarding social relations that has caused large advertisers to back away from the service and YouTube to change their viewing restrictions, the What Culture Pro Wrestling promotion were once again at the forefront of those said changes.

With the YouTube “Restricted Mode” now affecting wrestling channels and their revenue (including the WWE), this prompted What Culture Pro Wrestling last month to announce that their weekly Loaded TV series was to be cancelled as a result.

The promotion held an event titled “Fight Back” on Friday night, which used a logo very similar to YouTube’s logo, however What Culture Pro Wrestling then noted on their official Twitter account that they had received a strike on their account for violation of YouTube’s policy on spam and deceptive practices, while their ability to live stream had also been revoked.

Video of the “Fight Back” event was removed from YouTube, however a video recorded before the event started where WCPW’s Adam Blampied asked YouTube to include pro wrestling once again, stating that hate speech tears people apart and wrestling brings people together, currently remains on the service.