The incomparable AJ Sparxx served as Commissioner
of IWF from 1998 to 2004. As "pro wrestling's law and order," Sparxx enforces the regulations of the ring
to their maximum limit. If he notices that a wrestler is violating the law, Sparxx responds accordingly. The "commish"
occasionally lends his expertise to wrestlers as a ringside manager, having guided athletes such as The Patriot, Gillberg,
Nicole Bass, Iron Sheik, Steve Corino, Raven, Nova, Biggie Biggs and Kevin Knight to victory.
Sparxx coordinated IWF fundraising and community relation's activities along with other special events. AJ
Sparxx is a co-founder of IWF Wrestling School, served as business manager at IWF and supervised the training of hundreds
of students who have competed for organizations throughout the world, including WWE, NWA, OVW and Japan. Sparxx has
been on the wrestling scene for two decades. He began as co-producer of the John Arezzi "Pro Wrestling Spotlight"
radio show on New York's WEVD-AM with Vince Russo in the 1990's. Sparxx was the promoter for New Jack City Wrestling
(NJCW) in 1995-96, and the American Wrestling Council (AWC) in 1997-98, with both federations launching many young athletes
to stardom. The AWC later merged into the IWF in 1998. Sparxx was inducted into IWF Hall of Fame Class of 2017
in June 2017 as part of the Federation's 20th Anniversary celebration.
Title: IWF Commissioner
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY