Power Pro Wrestling (later called Memphis Power Pro Wrestling) was a Memphis, Tennessee based professional wrestling promotion run by Randy Hales. It was affiliated with Memphis Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Federation. It served as a farm system for the World Wrestling Federation. The roster featured WWF-contracted wrestlers sent for training and experience like Kurt Angle and Matt Bloom (Tensai/Albert), and Memphis wrestling legends Bill Dundee and Jerry Lawler. It operated from April 1998 to April 2001.