WWE’s WrestleMania event draws pro wrestling fans from all over the world. The showcase of the immortals is also bound to bring in other attractions, trying to piggyback on the fact that WWE fans will be in the area with time to kill before the show of shows in Philadelphia.
WWE has actually taken steps to limit indie wrestling events around WrestleMania. The 40th annual event will take place in Philly, and we have our first indie event for WrestleMania fans.
Battleground Championship Wrestling is going to run a show at the 2300 Arena, which is the old ECW Arena, during WrestleMania week. According to PW Insider, Super Crazy and Tajiri are booked for the show.
Battleground Championship Wrestling, which runs the 2300 Arena, announced they will hold a “Tribute to Extreme” event the Friday of WrestleMania 40 week in April 2024, already announcing Super Crazy vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri for that event.
That event likely won’t be the final pro wrestling showcase to spring up around WrestleMania. It’s hard to imagine that GCW isn’t going to set up a show or two, and that’s not even counting fan conventions that are bound to be announced.
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