Public safety

Public health and safety information

We take the the safety of our trainees and fans very seriously.

Reckless Intent shows

When at a Reckless Intent show:

  • Do not attempt to climb over the barriers or enter the wrestling ring (unless invited to do so by a member of staff).
  • Do not stand on the barriers, chairs or tables.
  • Do not touch or hit wrestlers, staff, crew or other fans (high-fives and fist-bumps are fine!)
  • Do not throw any objects at wrestlers, staff, crew or other fans.

Safety outside Reckless Intent

It is very important that you do not ever attempt any of the stunts that you see at Reckless Intent, or any other wrestling company out there. Life changing injuries can happen without warning.

Advice for parents

Reckless Intent actively discourages parents, guardians or other supervisors from allowing their children to attempt or carry out any wrestling moves on other people. Trampolines are frequently mentioned, however we still recommend that the behaviour does not take place. Play fighting and wrestling are two different things. If you see children attempting to copy something they have seen on TV, they are going too far.

Reckless Intent recommend you allow your children to enjoy live wrestling at a professional show, or through the various digital media distribution channels.

Advice for young people

Do not ever try a wrestling move on your friends or others. You yourself should also never allow someone (no matter how old they are) to do a move with you. You could be very badly hurt, or if you did it to someone else, they could get hurt.