Here is a list of the various events that have been announced so far. Keep refreshing this page for more events that are added as we get closer to WrestleMania week.(All times Eastern.)MORE: Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearWednesday, April 3 6 p.m.: Battle Club Pro Presents ICONS 3 Women Crush at the Brooklyn Stuy Dome in Brooklyn, N.Y.7 p.m.: Pizza Party Wrestling at the Phil Sheridan Building in Ridgefield Park, N.J.7 p.m.: UPWA: Undeniable at the Wayne Pal Building in Wayne, N.J.8:30 p.m.: WrestlePro at the Rahway Recreation Center in Rahway, N.J.Thursday, April 412 p.m.: EVOLVE at La Boom in Queens, N.Y.12 p.m.: Powerbomb.TV Family Reunion at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.3 p.m.: Destiny & Fight Club Pro at NYC Arena in Jamaica, N.Y.4 p.m.: GCW Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.4 p.m.: wXw at La Boom in Queens, N.Y.6 p.m.: WWE AXXESS including NXT vs. NXT Alumni at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.7 p.m.: NYWC: A Matter of Pride at Stage 48 in Manhattan, N.Y.7 p.m.: MLW TV Taping at the Melrose Ballroom in Queens, N.Y.7 p.m.: WrestleCon Supershow at the New York City Hilton Midtown7:30 p.m.: ISW Boner Jam IV at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.8 p.m.: DDT at La Boom in Queens, N.Y.8 p.m.: Interspecies Wrestling at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.11 p.m.: Impact Wrestling: United We Stand at the Rahway Recreation Center in Rahway, N.J.11:55 p.m.: Kaiju Big Battel at La Boom in Queens, N.Y.11:59 p.m.: Absolute Intense Wrestling at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.Friday, April 510 a.m.: NJPW/ROH G1 Supercard Festival of Honor fan convention at the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden11 a.m.: Wrestlecon: USA vs. The World at the New York City Hilton Midtown11 a.m.: SHIMMER at La Boom in Queens, N.Y.12 p.m.: CHIKARA at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.12 p.m.: IPW UK at the NYC Arena in Jamaica, N.Y.1 p.m.: WWE AXXESS including Cruiserweights Collide at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.3 p.m.: WWN Supershow: Mercury Rising at La Boom in Queens, N.Y.3 p.m.: Revolution Pro Wrestling at the New York City Hilton Midtown3:30 p.m.: Black Label Pro – Adventures in Wrestling at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.4 p.m.: Stardom American Dream 2019 in the Big Apple at the NYC Arena in Queens, N.Y.4 p.m.: Black Label Pro at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.6 p.m.: WWE AXXESS including Cruiserweights Collide at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.6:15 p.m.: NXT TakeOver at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.7 p.m.: MLW Battle Riot II at the Melrose Ballroom in Queens, N.Y.8 p.m.: GCW presents Joey Janela’s Spring Break Part 1 at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.8 p.m.: Joey Ryan’s Penis Party at the New York City Hilton Midtown11:59 p.m.: Blackcraft Wrestling at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.Saturday, April 68 a.m.: WWE AXXESS including NXT UK tapings at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.11 a.m.: Wrestling Revolver: Pancakes & Piledrivers III at the New York City Hilton Midtown12 p.m.: GCW Presents – Orange Cassidy is Doing Something or Whatever at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.12 p.m.: The Slobberknocker Session with Jim Ross and Jerry Lawyer, Gotham Comedy Club near Midtown NYC1 p.m.: WWE AXXESS including NXT UK tapings at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.2 p.m.: WWN Live Experience Wrap Up at The Bell House in Brooklyn, N.Y.2 p.m.: House of Glory at the NYC Arena in Jamaica, N.Y.4 p.m.: IWS at the White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.6 p.m.: WWE AXXESS including NXT UK tapings at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.6:30 p.m.: Drags and Dropkicks at House of Yes in Brooklyn, N.Y.7 p.m.: WWE Hall of Fame at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.7:30 p.m.: WrestlePro vs. CZW at the Rahway Recreation Center in Rahway, N.J.7:30 p.m.: NJPW/ROH G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden11:00 p.m.: On Your Mark Live featuring Eli Drake at 123 E. 24th St., New York11:59 p.m.: GCW presents Joey Janela’s Spring Break 3 Part 2 at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, N.J.Sunday, April 78 a.m.: WWE AXXESS including Brands Battle at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.10 a.m.: Bullet Club Block Party at Redd’s Restaurant in Carlstadt, N.J. 12 p.m.: Capitol Wrestling in Newark, N.J.5 p.m.: WWE WrestleMania at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. Monday, April 812 p.m.: WWE AXXESS including Women Collide at Brooklyn Pier 12 in Brooklyn, N.Y.8 p.m.: WWE “Monday Night Raw”11:50 p.m.: Something To Wrestle with Bruce Prichard Meets The Jim Ross Report – LIVE!, Murmrr Theatre, Brooklyn, NY Tuesday, April 108 p.m.: WWE “SmackDown Live” Every year, WrestleMania brings in fans from around the world to witness the huge WWE extravaganza, but it has become much more than a huge week for only WWE. The host city transforms into the epicenter of pro wrestling with various promotions holding their own events throughout the week.Between all of the WWE events including NXT TakeOver, the Hall of Fame ceremony and AXXESS meet-and-greets to the huge New Japan Pro Wrestling/Ring of Honor G1 Supercard show at Madison Square Garden, to all of the independent shows including the annual WrestleCon Supershow and a pair of shows from Major League Wrestling, there will be plenty of wrestling action in the New York City area from April 3-10.
As Christmas approaches, the RNLI is issuing its own call for help as the charity’s volunteer lifeboat crews are getting busier. The charity is facing a ‘Perfect Storm’ with more people than ever needing its help, meaning support from the public is more vital than ever. Last year, Irish lifeboats launched 1,066 times coming to the aid of 1,441 people,19 of whom were lives saved. Locally, Bundoran RNLI launched 14 times, rescuing 22 people. Five lived were saved thanks to the direct actions of the lifeboat crew.To ensure the RNLI can continue its lifesaving work this Christmas and into the future, the charity is running a major fundraising appeal, The Perfect Storm.While many people will be thinking about presents, turkey and time with the family, dedicated RNLI volunteers from three lifeboat stations in Donegal will be ensuring their yellow wellies and lifejackets are ready for when the call comes and will be prepared to drop everything at a moment’s notice to save lives at sea.In many cases, volunteers will need to abandon their turkey dinner and head to their lifeboat station when the call for help comes in. Bundoran RNLI volunteers: L-R Tony Cummins, Daimon Fergus and Damien McNamaraThe community lifesaving team at Bundoran RNLI, can remember one such Christmas back in 1998 when two brothers were rescued from a surfing accident off the coast of Tullaghan, County Leitrim. The rescue was acknowledged by the RNLI with a written letter of commendation from the charity’s then Chief of Operations.On the 28 December 1998, a surfer raised the alarm that two others could not get ashore.Volunteer Daimon Fergus, who was one of three crew members called, recalled the south easterly force 5 offshore wind and a swell of 22ft at the time on that day. They were guided to the location and swiftly recovered the two casualties.Damien said: “I won’t forget the fact that the first surfer squeezed my hand so tight that he bent the thick silver ring on my right hand into my finger and the ring had to be cut off when we got back to the station.” Bundoran RNLIOne of those surfers was Mark Ponsonby from Letterkenny who says he will be eternally grateful for the speedy launch of the lifeboat that day: “It’s been over 20 years now since my brother and myself were rescued by the RNLI in the sea at Bundoran. I often wonder what would have happened to us or become of us if it wasn’t for the timely interaction and rescue by the RNLI services that day. “In a matter of minutes, they had answered the emergency call and had launched the boat. The Irish Coast Guard helicopter was also tasked to come to our aid. “The conditions we found ourselves in were extreme and treacherous and the timing was critical for that rescue as the light was fading fast, yet the RNLI volunteers didn’t hesitate to get to us as fast as possible. “My family will forever be grateful to the RNLI on that day and will never forget what they did for my brother and me that day.”Now, as the current volunteer lifeboat crew prepare for Christmas 2019, they too will be ready and willing to respond should their pagers go off.For Daimon who has been a volunteer for 25 years, Christmas is no different to any other time of year: “We’ll still be on call ready to save lives and delay our own Christmas celebrations. We couldn’t do what we do without the support of the public. The RNLI has experienced a shortfall in funds, but we are rescuing more people than ever before. We are facing the Perfect Storm and are calling on people to make a donation this Christmas to ensure we can continue saving lives at sea.”To support the RNLI’s Perfect Storm appeal this Christmas, helping to ensure the charity’s brave volunteers can continue saving lives at sea, please visit RNLI.org/ThePerfectStormDonegal’s RNLI volunteers issue their own call for help was last modified: December 9th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)