WWF may refer to:

  • World Wide Fund for Nature, a nature conservation organization previously named World Wildlife Fund (and still using the former name in some markets)
  • World Wrestling Federation, the name used from 1979 to 2002 by the professional wrestling company now known as WWE
  • Welded wire fabric, a reinforcing material typically used in poured concrete slabs
  • Working Women's Forum, an organisation in India
  • World Water Forum, an international forum for water issues
  • Windows Workflow Foundation, Microsoft's workflow management framework
  • Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway, a former 2 foot gauge railroad in Maine, United States
  • WWF (file format), a campaign to produce PDF electronic documents that forbid printing
  • Words with Friends, a game for Apple and Android platforms
  • Waterside Workers' Federation, a former Australian trade union, now the Maritime Union of Australia

Other articles related to "wwf":

History - The Bushwhackers - 1989–1990
... Williams and Miller debuted with the WWF in the midst of its aggressive national expansion, giving them greater exposure than they had ever had before ... comedic style which was an instant hit with WWF fans ... The Bushwhackers made their WWF in-ring debut on 3 January 1989 at a WWF Superstars of Wrestling taping ...
The Power Trip - History - Gaining All of The Gold
... Backlash, with Austin and Triple H putting their titles on the line against the WWF Tag Team Championships ... and pinned him, and as such were in control of all three of the WWF's major championships ... They became just the second team ever to simultaneously hold all of the WWF's three primary titles (after Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash, who were WWF ...
The Power Trip - Championships and Accomplishments
... World Wrestling Federation WWF Championship (1 time) – Steve Austin WWF Intercontinental Championship (2 times) – Triple H WWF Tag Team ...
WWF Wrestle Mania (video Game)
... WWF WrestleMania (named after the annual pay-per-view event) is an NES game created by Rare and published by Acclaim Entertainment in 1989 ... It was the first WWF licensed NES game and the second WWF game overall, the first being MicroLeague Wrestling ... the beginning of a long relationship between Acclaim and the WWF which lasted ten years ...
The Godwinns
... Godwinn) that they used in the WWF ... The team has used other gimmicks before they joined the WWF and had a gimmick change in the WWF shortly before disbanding ... Their WWF gimmick was that of two cousins who were hog farmers from Arkansas ...