THE PARTY RETURNS TO NYC!
The WWN Family of Brands and its affiliates are proud to bring the WWNLive Experience back to New York City in 2019. This year, WWN teams up with two global partners, Westside Xtreme Wrestling from Germany and DDT from Japan. Plus, great action will be on display from mainstays: EVOLVE, SHIMMER, KAIJU BIG BATTEL and the much anticipated WWN Supershow: Mercury Rising 2019.
This year's WWNLive Experience will have two host venues: La Boom in Queens, NY and The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY. La Boom has hosted numerous WWN-branded events over the years, while WWN will debut at The Bell House, which is just minutes away from The Barclay Center.
Do not miss a minute of the action, purchase a VIP Package or individual event tickets. Join us for the party as we return to New York City as we guarantee excitement and tons of surprises!
2019 WWNLIVE EXPERIENCE SCHEDULE
Thursday, April 4th, 2019
(VENUE: LA BOOM)
- EVOLVE - Noon EDT
- wXw - 4 PM EDT
- DDT - 8 PM EDT
- Kaiju Big Battel - 11:55 PM EDT
Friday, April 5th, 2019
(VENUE: LA BOOM)
- SHIMMER - 11AM EDT
- WWN Supershow: Mercury Rising 2019 - 3 PM EDT
Saturday, April 6th, 2019
(VENUE: The Bell House)
- MoreThanMania.com 2019 Wrap Up Party
2 PM EDT (featuring Over 3 Hours of Live Matches!)
WESTSIDE XTREME WRESTLING
Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw) is a professional wrestling promotion based in Oberhausen, Germany. wXw has been one of the leading professional wrestling promotions in Germany, and most of its events have been held in the Ruhr district, primarily in Oberhausen. Since 2013, wXw regularly tours through Germany, adding tour stops even outside the country, e.g. in Switzerland.
Westside Xtreme Wrestling was founded on December 24, 2000, by Peter Wiechers, a professional wrestler with the ring name Hate. wXw has become one of the most notable professional wrestling promotions in Germany, along with Hanover-based European Wrestling Promotion and Sauerland-based German Stampede Wrestling.
In 2016, wXw became the first German wrestling promotion with an own network , called wXwNOW.
DRAMATIC DREAM TEAM PRO WRESTLING
DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDTプロレスリング DDT Puroresuringu) is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion based in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. Its name stands for Dramatic Dream Team, which was the promotion's official name from 1997 to 2004. Founded in March 1997 by Shintaro Muto, but the promotion was eventually bought and managed by Shoichi Ichimiya until December 2005, when Sanshiro Takagi took over as the new president. In 2017, DDT was sold to CyberAgent. Takagi retained his position, while Takahiro Yamauchi took over as the new DDT director.
DDT became one of the top promotions in Japanese indie wrestling by creating a unique sports entertainment style, often parodying WWE, with a Japanese puroresu flair to the matches. DDT has had agreements with various MMA and professional wrestling promotions around the world. DDT's biggest event is the Ryōgoku Peter Pan, held each year since 2009.
MTM 2019 VIP PACKAGES
As in years past, WWN is offering a great selection of VIP Packages for the up-coming WWNLive Experience in New York City. VIP Packages offer great perks as you see every bit of the action, such as:
- Up to a 15% discount over single ticket prices
- VIP Fan Appreciation Bag valued at over $100
- 2019 WWNLive Experience T-Shirt
- $70 Worth of WWN Merchandise Credits
- Priority Entrance to all the live events
PLATINUM: 1st row ringside, 1st row stage & elevated ringside rail seating
- PRICE: $499
GOLD: 2nd row ringside, 2nd row stage & elevated rail seating (not adjacent to the ring)
- PRICE: $399
SILVER: 3rd row & higher ringside & stage reserved seating
- PRICE: $299
- PRICE: $249
wXw TALENT ANNOUNCEMENTS...
Amerika ist wunderbar - wXw live from New York City April 4th - La Boom in Queens, NY, 4pm bell time
Just added: LAX, Shigehiro Irie & Yuu from Japan and Anthony Henry & JD Drake, the Workhorsemen
Previously confirmed: Absolute Andy, Bobby Gunns, Marius Al-Ani, Chris Brookes, LuFisto, Alexander James, Avalanche, David Starr, Jurn Simmons and Aussie Open