WCPW comes to Scotland for the very first time on Sunday, January 29th, as we descend on the Meadowbank Sports Centre for a packed night of action featuring at least 8 contests as part of our Loaded tapings.
– Early entry (3.30pm)
– Front row seat
– Meet and greet with WhatCulture personalities
– WCPW T-Shirt (£16 value)
– Latest edition of our Wrestling magazine (£9 value)
General Seating is unreserved and located in row 4 and back. The seating map for the General Seating (Unreserved) is not indicative of the venue layout and seats are located on three sides of the ring. Rows 2-3 and VIP is reserved and you must sit in your allocated seat.
Venue & Times
Meadowbank Sports Centre, London Road, Edinburgh, EH7 6AE
– VIP / Meet & Greet Doors: 3.30pm
– Main Doors: 4.30pm
– First Bell: 5pm
– Approx Finish: 8pm
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult. Please bring ID if you intend to purchase alcohol. Anyone attempting to purchase alcohol who does not have ID may be ejected from the venue.
International orders will be held for collection on the night.
Gold (Rows 1-2) Ringside Tickets: £60 to £75 – SOLD OUT
Silver (Rows 3-5) Ringside Tickets: £25 to £35 – SOLD OUT
Tickets in the Gold areas (first two rows) include a special WCPW event t-shirt and the latest edition of our Wrestling magazine.
Scheduled to be in action:
Alberto El Patron (Del Rio)
Zack Sabre Jr
Moss & Slater
Swords of Essex
Many more of your favourite WCPW stars.
Meet and greets tickets now available!
Click here to access Meet and Greet tickets with Kurt Angle, Alberto El Patron, Pentagon Jr, Drago, Ricochet and Tessa Blanchard.
Please note, meet and greets for the convention are priced individually – independent of all other tickets. Your Convention Access ticket will grant you free meet and greets with a number of WCPW wrestlers (some of whom may charge a small fee directly for pictures).
Convention: 1pm to 4pm (paid Meet & Greets will take place between 1pm and 3.30pm).
Main Show: Doors 5pm, Preshow 5.30pm, Main Show 6pm
Please be aware tickets are sold directly by the venue. If you require any assistance with your purchase, please contact email@example.com or call 01908 540020.
Hosting our third iPPV event in the evening, we’ll also be hosting our second wrestling convention where you can meet the stars of WCPW.
Following a huge show on November 9th – that featured the shock return of Drew Galloway and Will Ospreay vs Martin Kirby II – WCPW is coming back to the Coronet Theatre for another night of action that is not to be missed.
Tickets for the event are priced at just £15 for general standing admission, with seats in rows 2 or 3 priced at £25, and VIP priced at £50. VIP includes a meet and greet with in-ring photo, a WCPW t-shirt and seating in the front row.
More details will be revealed in the coming weeks and months.
Three-time WWE Women’s Champion Melina is set to grace our Wrestle Culture convention on October 8th, taking place at the Silver Blades Arena in Greater Manchester.
The self-proclaimed ‘Hell Cat’ must be remembered as one of the most dominant, eye-catching women in WWE history. Bursting onto the scene as manager of the egotistical MNM tag team, singles success wasn’t far off. In her five years with the company, Melina enjoyed three reigns as Women’s Champion, and captured the Divas title a further two times.
Melina rounds out a star-studded convention line-up, including titanic figures of the wrestling industry such as Bret Hart, Kurt Angle, Cody Rhodes, Jim Cornette, and Minoru Suzuki. In addition, the convention will also be attended WCPW stars such as Joseph Conners and Joe Hendry, and the slightly less physically impressive WhatCulture YouTube personalities.
Further information is available HERE – and a ticket to our WCPW show the same day will guarantee convention access.
And you thought our October shows couldn’t get any bigger!
Next month, not only will WCPW feature such titanic names as Kurt Angle, Cody Rhodes, Jim Ross and Jim Cornette – we’ll also welcome one of the most influential names in the history of the business: Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart.
Bret, of course, needs no introduction. The Canadian is widely regarded as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, a superb in-ring technician, and a man at the very heart of the Monday Night Wars.
It’ll certainly be very intriguing to see how the WWE Hall of Famer involves himself in the various goings-on at WCPW. Fans will also get an opportunity to meet the man christened ‘the best there was, best there is, and best there ever will be’. Details can be found below.
Bret Hart will be appearing at Refuse To Lose on October 6 in Newcastle (tickets available HERE) and in Manchester on October 8 (tickets available HERE). Meet & greets will take place at all three October dates (October 7 tickets available HERE), and customers must also hold a WCPW show ticket to attend.
Few stables in the wrestling world are more destructive, more intense, and more downright intimidating than Suzuki-gun – and two key members are coming to WCPW in October. The NJPW-based group have wreaked havoc across several Japanese promotions, and are led by the fearsome (and experienced) Minoru Suzuki.
Suzuki will certainly be looking to leave a painful mark on the WCPW roster. Well versed in both professional wrestling and mixed martial arts, he co-founded Pancrase – one of the first MMA promotions in the world – back in 1993. He’s also a guaranteed show-stopper, appearing in two Wrestling Observer Matches of the year this decade alone.
El Desperado is a far more enigmatic figure, complimenting Suzuki’s strong-style brutality with relentless, high-paced action. He will also surely be one of the most striking figures to grace WCPW, thanks in part to his deathly, demonic mask.
Yesterday, we broke the news that Jim Cornette will be joining the three man commentary crew at WCPW’s first ever iPPV Refuse to Lose on October 6th, and now, we can proudly announce that the legendary announcer Jim Ross will be providing play-by-play commentary for the show.
“Good ol’ J.R.” , who was the voice of WWE during its most successful years in the company’s history, will be making his WCPW debut along with Cornette and WhatCulture’s own Alex Shane. There are truly no better voices in the industry more ready to call the high-stakes, and big action of Refuse to Lose.
Another big name joins the WCPW ranks, as we are pleased to announce that legendary wrestling authority figure Jim Cornette is coming to WCPW!
The outspoken and often controversial ‘Louisville Slugger’ will be providing colour commentary for WCPW’s two major shows in Newcastle and Manchester on October 6th and 8th. That’s right, folks, the former TNA, Ring of Honor, WCW and WWE star will be calling Kurt Angle Vs. Cody Rhodes as well as many other exciting match-ups to be announced in due course.
Not only will Cornette be on hand to call the action, but WCPW fans will also get a chance to meet him during a fan convention in Manchester (Oct 8). Whilst he’s in the United Kingdom for the WCPW events, the former manager of Vader, Owen Hart, The Midnight Express and many others has agreed to record a lengthy shoot interview in our studio as he has a lot of things he wants to get off his chest regarding the current wrestling landscape (details on how you can watch that to follow).