WrestleMania Week Schedule for New York & New Jersey

Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2019/02/21/wrestlemania-week-schedule-for-new-york-new-jersey/

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Saturday, April 6th

8 am-Noon – WWE Axxess
Brooklyn, New York at Brooklyn Pier 12
*Seth Rollins – 8 am (Premium VIP)
*Becky Lynch – 10 am (Premium VIP)
*Announced: Titus O’Neil, Alexa Bliss, Andrade, Kevin Owens, Alicia Fox, R-Truth, Sami Zayn, The Revival, Rowan, Mark Henry
*NXT UK tapings

9 am – 4 pm – WrestleCon Convention
New York City Hilton Midtown

11 amPro Wrestling Revolver’s Pancakes & Piledrivers 3
New York City Hilton Midtown
Streaming: Fite.TV
*The Rascalz vs. Lucha Brothers vs. LAX vs. Team Tremendous vs. Aussie Open vs. Besties in the World for the Revolver tag titles
*AR Fox vs. JT Dunn vs. Ace Austin vs. Sammy Guevara
*Rich Swann vs. Chuck Mambo
*Moose vs. Brian Cage vs. David Starr
*Jacob Fatu vs. Dan Maff vs. Ace Romero vs. Larry D vs. Madman Fulton vs. Fallah Bahh
*Tessa Blanchard vs. Rickey Shane Page
*Adam Brooks vs. Matt Cross

Noon – House of Glory
Jamaica, New York at the NYC Arena (9112 144th Place)
Streaming: FITE.tv
*The Great Muta, Pentagon Jr. & Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Low Ki & LAX
*TBA vs. Fenix
*Private Party vs. David Starr and JT Dunn
*Leroy Green vs. Smiley in a Casket match
*Robbie Eagles vs. Anthony Gangone
*Mantequilla vs. Kikutaro for the House of Glory Crown Jewel Championship

Noon – GCW presents Orange Cassidy is Doing Something…
Jersey City at White Eagle Hall
Streaming: FITE.tv
*Shinjiro Otani vs. Jonathan Gresham
*Nick Gage vs. Ultramantis Black in a Yuletide Deathmatch
*Chuckie T. vs. Beretta in a 1-minute Time Limit match
*Shotzi Blackheart vs. Saraya Knight vs. Allie Kat vs. Kris Stratlander in a Lumberjack Swamp Monster match
*Chris Brookes vs. Logan Easton LaRoux in a 7-of-13 Falls match
*Sonny Defarge vs. Tony Deppen vs. Air Wolf vs. Jigsaw vs. Lucky 13 vs. Jake Atlas vs. Dan Champion in The 3rd Annual Jansport* Invitational Scramble
*10 person Dodgeball Schoolyard Pick ‘Em Tag Match

1 pm – The Slobberknocker Sessions with Jim Ross
New York, New York at the Gotham Comedy Club

1-5 pm – WWE Axxess
Brooklyn, New York at Brooklyn Pier 12
*Daniel Bryan – 1 pm (VIP)
*Braun Strowman – 3 pm (VIP)
*Announced: Lacey Evans, Kurt Angle, Aleister Black, Lana, Velveteen Dream, Beth Phoenix, Shinsuke Nakamura, Liv Morgan, Sarah Logan, Johnny Gargano, Ricochet
*NXT UK tapings

4 pm – International Wrestling Syndicate “Unstoppable”
Jersey City at White Eagle Hall
Streaming: FITE.tv
*Matt Tremont vs. Nick Gage vs. Green Phantom
*Rory Gulak vs. Benjamin Tull
*Kevin Blanchard vs. Ophidian
*Sexxxy Eddy vs. Arik Cannon
*Addy Starr vs. Solo Darling vs. Veda Scott for the IWS Women’s Hardcore title
*Alexander Dean vs J-Money
*Mercedes Brothers vs. Jordano & Fernando vs. Jepson & Runyan vs. Maredes & Mainz
*Maxim Lemire vs. Sheldon Jean vs. Sanchez vs. Black Dynamite

6–10 pm – WWE Axxess
Brooklyn, New York at Brooklyn Pier 12
*Asuka – 6 pm (VIP)
*Tommaso Ciampa and Shayna Baszler – 8 pm (VIP)
*Announced: Sami Zayn, Finn Balor, Adam Cole, Sheamus, Cesaro, Toni Storm, Lio Rush, Velveteen Dream, Bianca Belair, Nikki Cross, Luke Harper
*NXT UK tapings

6:30 pm – Uncanny Attractions “Drags & Dropkicks”
Brooklyn, New York at the House of Yes (2 Wyckoff Avenue)
Streaming: FITE.tv
*Casanova vs. MV Young

7:30 pm – ROH/NJPW G1 Supershow
Madison Square Garden
Streaming: Honor Club, New Japan World, FITE.tv
*Jay White vs. Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP heavyweight title
*Jay Lethal vs. Marty Scurll vs. Matt Taven in a Ladder match for the ROH title
*Tetsuya Naito vs. Kota Ibushi for the Intercontinental title
*Will Ospreay vs. Jeff Cobb for the NEVER Openweight and ROH Television titles
*Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi for the British heavyweight title
*Brody King and PCO vs. The Guerrillas of Destiny vs. The Briscoes vs. EVIL & Sanada for the ROH and IWGP tag titles
*Taiji Ishimori vs. Dragon Lee vs. Bandido for the IWGP junior heavyweight title
*Mayu Iwatani vs. Kelly Klein for the Women of Honor title
*Dalton Castle vs. Rush
*Bully Ray vs. Juice Robinson New York City Street Fight
*Honor Rumble feat. Jushin Thunder Liger, Kenny King, PJ Black, Beer City Bruiser, Brian Milonas, Cheeseburger, Rhett Titus, Coast 2 Coast, Tracy Williams

8 pm – WWE Hall of Fame
Brooklyn, New York at Barclays Center
Streaming: WWE Network
*Announced: DX (Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Billy Gunn, Road Dogg, X-Pac, Chyna), Honky Tonk Man, Torrie Wilson, Harlem Heat, Warrior Award presented to Sue Aitchison, The Hart Foundation

8 pm – WrestlePro vs. CZW
Rahway, New Jersey at Rahway Recreation Center
Streaming: FITE.tv
*Dan Maff vs. Mance Warner
*Craig Steele vs. Matt Tremont
*Team Espana vs. The Rep
*Fallah Bahh vs. Anthony Greene
*Anthony Bowens vs. DJ Hyde
*Matt Macintosh vs. Johnny Silver
*Kris Stratlander vs. Leyla Hirsch

11:59 pm – Joey Janela’s Spring Break III Part 2
Jersey City and White Eagle Hall
Streaming: FITE.tv
*Clusterfuck Battle Royal: Essa Rios, Mantaur, Parrow, Nate Webb, Brendan from Wheatus
*The Rock ‘N’ Roll Express vs. LAX
*L.A. Park vs. Masato Tanaka
*Slim J vs. Australian Suicide vs. Shane Mercer vs. Jake Atlas vs. A-Kid in a Scramble match

Midnight – DZ & Friends with Dolph Ziggler
Caroline’s on Broadway

Sunday, April 7th

8 am-Noon – WWE Axxess
Brooklyn, New York at Brooklyn Pier 12
*Dean Ambrose – 8 am (VIP)
*The Bella Twins – 10 am (Premium VIP)
*Announced: Sting, Kevin Nash, Ruby Riott, Ivory, Pete Dunne, Sami Zayn, Zack Ryder, Sin Cara, Cedric Alexander, Lana
*20-man Battle Royal featuring talent from NXT, NXT UK, and 205 Live
*20-woman Battle Royal featuring talent from NXT, NXT UK

Noon – POST Wrestling LIVE in New York with John Pollock & Wai Ting
New York at the Broadway Comedy Club

Noon – Capitol Wrestling “Ready or Not”
Ridgefield Park, New Jersey at 106 Bergen Ave
*Matt Macintosh vs. Sonny Kiss vs. Eddie Kingston for the Capitol Wrestling title
*Jeff Cannonball vs. Zack Amico in a Deathmatch
*Aussie Open vs. The Ugly Ducklings vs. TBA
*Darius Carter vs. Anthony Bowens
*Australian Suicide vs. KC Navarro
*Ken Dixon vs. Paul Jordane
*Special K vs. Rising Sons
*Announced: Sonny Kiss, Deranged

5 pm – WrestleMania 35
East Rutherford, New Jersey at MetLife Stadium
Streaming: WWE Network
*Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch for the Raw and SmackDown women’s titles
*Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins for the Universal title
*Daniel Bryan vs. Kofi Kingston for the WWE title
*Triple H vs. Batista in a No Holds Barred match, Triple H’s career is on the line
*Shane McMahon vs. The Miz in a Falls Count Anywhere match
*Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles
*Kurt Angle vs. Baron Corbin
*Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre
*Sasha Banks & Bayley vs. Natalya & Beth Phoenix vs. Nia Jax & Tamina vs. The IIconics for the WWE tag titles
*Bobby Lashley vs. “The Demon” Finn Balor for the Intercontinental title
*Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal feat. Braun Strowman, Michael Che, Colin Jost, Andrade, Ali, Apollo Crews, Titus O’Neil, Tyler Breeze, Jinder Mahal, No Way Jose, The Hardys, Lucha House Party, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Bobby Roode, Chad Gable, Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, The Ascension, Rhyno, Heath Slater, Heavy Machinery, Shelton Benjamin, EC3
*Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio for the United States title
*Women’s Battle Royal feat. Asuka, Naomi, The Riott Squad, Mickie James, Nikki Cross, Zelina Vega, Mandy, Sonya Deville, Lana, Dana Brooke, and Carmella
*Buddy Murphy vs. Tony Nese for the Cruiserweight title
*The Usos vs. Ricochet and Aleister Black vs. Shinsuke Nakamura & Rusev vs. The Bar for the SmackDown tag titles
*The Revival vs. Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder for the Raw tag titles

Monday, April 8th

12 – 4 pm – WWE Axxess
Brooklyn, New York at Brooklyn Pier 12
*AJ Styles – Noon (Premium VIP)
*Roman Reigns – 2 pm (Premium VIP)
*Announced: Carmella, R-Truth, Shinsuke Nakamura, Harlem Heat, Lita, Samoa Joe, Billie Kay, Peyton Royce, Mandy Rose, Naomi
*Io Shirai vs. Sonya Deville
*Bianca Belair vs. Nikki Cross vs. Toni Storm
*Piper Niven vs. Zelina Vega
*Candice LeRae vs. Kay Lee Ray

4 pm – What Happened in 83 Weeks with Tony Schiavone & Eric Bischoff
Brooklyn, New York at Littlefield NYC

8 pm – WWE Raw
Brooklyn, New York at Barclays Center

10:30 pm – Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard Meets The Jim Ross Report
Brooklyn, New York at the Murmrr Theatre

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This also includes the penis party. Just saying.

I’m based in South Jersey (about 30 minutes outside Philadelphia) and headed up north, but still staying in New Jersey. As of now I’m set to take in WrestlePro on Wednesday, Bloodsport, ISW, and AIW on Thursday, Chikara and Black Label Pro on Friday, and Nova Pro Orange Cassidy is Doing Something on Saturday. Hoping to catch Takeover from my hotel (depending on the wifi) and G1 Supercard when I get home Saturday in person thanks to the fine folks on this site. Granted, there’s a lot of cool stuff happening in New York, but I’m not looking past my Jersey-based events.

If the tickets were cheaper and didn’t sell out so quickly, I’d be all for attending either Spring Break event.


That is one packed week for wrestling. Without taking into account that Wrestlemania is an 8 hour show, I could see fans being exhausted just from attending the events that are taking place in the days leading up to Wrestelmania.

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I work near Grand Central. Anyone want to go to Rev Pro at the 3pm on Friday?

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My first show is in the books, WrestlePro Does Funny = Money.

After a pre-show 8-person tag where I didn’t know anybody, the first half really exceeded my expectations, but then the second half had more ebbs and flows. I had to move to the fixed bleachers after the collapsible bleachers on the floor nearly collapsed underneath us, so I didn’t hear as much of the verbal comedy in the matches, but the physical stuff largely delivered. Kikutaro in the opener, Colt Cabana and Santino in the main event, Blue Meanie and Hollywood Nova (with Nova seemingly retiring his gimmick!), and Kevin Matthews and Fallah Bahh (two of the biggest local favorites) being the biggest highlights in a too-long Gauntlet Match, Allie & Rosemary against Team Tremendous, Jake Manning using a tent to great advantage in a 4-way, a match between Pat Buck and a Michael Jackson impersonator that wowed everybody, and motherfuckin’ Swoggle starting his MVP weekend with a Street Fight against Dan Maff. Joey Ryan showed up towards the end of the main event, saving Cabana and Santino from Killer Kross, who came out to demean comedy wrestling.

Oh, and Dan Lambert showing up with Colby Covington by his side! Lambert was cornering some other guy who trains at ATT and issued an Open Challenge, and Lambert just cut this outstanding heel promo about how much modern wrestling sucks. Colby just strutted around in his sunglasses, MAGA hat, and now-outdated interim UFC Title. Lambert’s protege lost a quick match to Scarlett Bordeaux, Lambert and his kid tried to get the better of her afterward, but Scarlett fought back and speared the young guy through a door.

Another Impact regular, McKenzie Mitchell, took part in the show. This being my first of a scheduled eight live shows this week, I just hope I have now been a part of the smallest crowd (though they were loud for a lot of moments) and have seen the stupidest match (a blindfold match called the Bird Box Match because it’s topical). I missed out on Spring Break III tickets, so I won’t get to see Invisible Man vs. Invisible Stan.


Okay, I’m due for an update on what I’ve seen.

Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport: Incredible show! Very unique, and the packed venue was so invested in everything, especially Barnett vs. Minoru Suzuki… who I got to meet!

Also, in addition to the strong card (Davey Boy Smith Jr. vs. Killer Kross was a big highlight), I noticed a number of other people hanging out at this show: Jeff Cobb, Rocky Romero, and the eye-catching trio of Dean Ambrose, William Regal, and Canyon Ceman, who were briefly behind my stage seating before taking their seats in the balcony.

ISW Balls Out: Boner Jam IV: I thought this was pretty fun, but had its down moment for me with this chaotic food fight in the middle of the card. None of these shows I’ve attended at White Eagle Hall had an intermission by the way. It did have a pair of strong tag team matches, and the main event Fans Bring the [Redacted] Deathmatch was insane. Swoggle came up short against Sexxxy Eddy.

AIW Slumber Party Massacre: I thought this show was terrific. Both this and ISW had good-sized crowds with a lot of walk ups, and this one had a lot of fans that traveled from Cleveland for this. There was a Chandler Biggins chant early. There was a lot more hardcore stuff on this than I anticipated, including an absolutely intense I Quit Match, called Submit or Surrender, between Dominic Garrini and Joshua Bishop. Holy moly. Aside from that, a lot of known and unknown talent that put on a lot of fun matches, Tom Lawlor won the AIW Absolute Title (the second time I’ve seen him win a title in person this year), and Swoggle fell to that bully Scott Steiner, who at first had the Randy Newman Short People song played for his entrance, than dominated him outside some hope spots towards the end.

Chikara Once Upon A Beginning: I’ve been a big Chikara fan for years, and this was a cool atmosphere for them. They adhered to their PG content rating despite the other shows here. I thought this was a very fun show that drew a solid crowd, including a number of Chikara fans I’ve seen in Philadelphia. Former heel manager Sydney Bakabella (Joey Eastman) was named the new Director of Fun, and Dasher Hatfield became the undisputed Grand Champion of Chikara over Mr. Touchdown in a smartly-worked Ladder Match. No Swoggle present.

Black Label Pro Adventures in Wrestling: Another fun show, bookended strongly by a Street Fight where Kobe Durst beat Ethan Page for the BLP Title, and by the main event where Jonathan Gresham beat Shigehiro Irie via rear naked choke. Those two went all out. Also got to see Bryan Alvarez lose to Orange Cassidy via music distraction, Brian Zane and his battle royal, ten top female performers from around the world in one tag match, Manny Fernandez (who was beloved) talk about Rick Rude and Vickie Funk, and Robbie Eagles and Sammy Guevara briefly in a sprint of a 3-way tag. Swoggle lost to Nick Gage, who put him over in the end for his toughness. This was the third show I’ve seen Gage on after ISW and AIW, and he was treated like a god in this building. Swoggle in turn thanked Gage for taking the match, as Swoggle wanted to prove to “Internet marks” that he can still go. I was happy for him on every show I saw him on.