We are officially counting down the days until we raise the bar once again – Wrestlelution 5: An Enduring Spirit is THIS SUNDAY, August 19 at 3pm EST at the Jacobs Pavilion in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, 2014 Sycamore Street, 44113. This event will NOT be shown on television in its entirety, and the only way to see every match, move, result, and breathtaking moment is to join us LIVE – either in person or from home. Here’s how to join us:
Watch live from home on your computer via internet Pay-Per-View – Log on to PRIMEwrestling.com and click on “iPPV” or visit GFL.tv!
Follow the simple registration and login process via our partners at GoFightLive, and the event is yours to watch as many times as you want for a one-time payment of only $14.99!
Live within driving distance? Be there live for as low as $10 per ticket! Reserve your seats now at PRIMEwrestling.com!
In 2003, Zach Gowen inspired millions when, in spite of having only one leg, he was signed to a WWE contract. Somewhere in Cleveland, 16 year old Gregory Iron looked on in awe of Zach, and was inspired himself. Seeing Zach gave Greg the courage and confidence to chase his own dream of becoming a professional wrestler.
Fast-forward years later, and the two are not only friends, but also tag team partners. Just when Greg thought he could capture another dream by wearing tag team gold with his hero… everything fell apart.
Now thanks to some unfortunate events, the manipulation of N8 Mattson, and the competitive nature of professional wrestling, Greg now finds himself forced to fight the man he owes his entire career to at Wrestlelution 5.
PRIME Wrestling is the next evolution of professional wrestling programming on SportsTime Ohio – official cable television home of the Cleveland Indians, reaching nearly 5 million cable homes and available nationwide via satellite. PRIME Wrestling is all about young on-the-rise wrestling stars hungry to reach the top. Our athletes are in the prime of their careers and we present them in a prime example of what a professional wrestling television show should be – an emphasis on action, athleticism, and drama – not constant skits and video packages.