Big Event and Legends of the Ring announce headliners for next shows!

I hope everyone had a hearty Thanksgiving! I just downed some leftovers for lunch — Thanksgiving leftovers are almost as good as Thanksgiving dinner — and I hope you’re all doing the same.

The Big Event has announced one of their headliners for their 18th show:

And Legends of the Ring has announced a headliner of their own:

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We Are Happy To Announce With Gratitude to Gemini Sports Cards and LAG Entertainment Group For Bringing To All The Fans:

The Big Red Machine – KANE

Kane Will Be At Legends Of The Ring June 20, 2020

This is The First Of Our Announcements, This Will Be The Biggest Show To Date.

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My bite-sized Big Event 17 Report!

It came down to the wire.

I knew months in advance that work would threaten my attendance to the Big Event 17. I couldn’t risk pre-ordering a $20 admission ticket let alone any vendor guests and, if you know me well, I am always #TeamPreOrder. Give me 3-5 months to spread the wealth around and, BAM, that’s how I can afford to get 20-25 guests.

I didn’t have that luxury this time.

The probability of my attendance was 50/50 on Thursday evening but, thankfully, I was given the go-ahead on Friday morning. This would be a new experience for me: limited funds, passing on names I’d like to get, and tackling this solo. Let’s see how I did.

Quick shoutout to a reader of the blog! We met by the Wippleman line and you told me your name but, sadly, I couldn’t really hear it over all the noise! Either way, great to meet you bud and, YES, I WILL DO A BIG EVENT 18 PRE-ORDER PAGE!

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Legends of the Ring announces new venue — and discounted tickets for next show!

You wanted a new venue. Legends of the Ring has found one.

Full details from the post above:


June 20th 2020 Legends of the Ring moves to the APA Hotel Woodbridge�120 Wood Avenue South Iselin, NJ 08830. The Hotel offers complimentary parking and Free WiFi and most important it offers

We offer complimentary shuttle service within a 5 mile radius to local office buildings and Metropark Train station from 7am to 10 am and 4pm to 7pm Monday through Friday. Please contact front desk for further details.

Hotel is located 5 minutes from Metro park which provides service from NYC, South Jersey and Philadelphia.

We have a total of over 7,000 Sq Ft to play with and to make everything more enjoyable for everyone.


1. Starbucks kiosk in hotel lobby

2. Borgarts Bar and Lounge

3. Cafe Metro

4. AOI Japanese Restaurant

Browse around the hotel website @

Fan Room Block rates will be available Dec 1st. stay tuned for pricing updates on our page.

Looking forward to seeing everyone June 20th 2020!

It’s been apparent for years and years – and years – that LOTR had outgrown the ole Crown Plaza/Ramada Plaza hotel in Monroe, NJ. It’s been called “a dump” and that may sound harsh but it’s also fair.

Here’s an actual floor-plan:

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Finally, discounted G.A. tickets are on sale:

My Legends of the Ring 29 + Evolve 136 Report!

James from Legends of the Ring posted the following message yesterday morning, “We would like to thank all of our loyal customers and vendors for supporting this event. The crowd wasn’t what we expected and watch for Major announcements for the June 2020 show coming shortly. I will be contacting each vendor personally to discuss June 2020.”This may have been the lowest attended LOTR I have ever seen (I started attending in June 2015). I was floored at the lack of regulars and the vendor room felt noticeably bare of talent. One vendor, who was strictly selling merch, had packed up and left before 1:00 PM.I think the overall structure of the Superticket has to change. It has to. I’ll be making a post addressing this shortly.I did have a stress free time at this event, though, and I hope you guys enjoy the report!

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Ringside Fest 2019 to feature Ricochet, Jeff Hardy, Seth Rollins, & Sasha Banks


The 16th annual Ringside Fest will take place on Sunday, November 3, from Caroline’s on Broadway in New York City. The lineup will feature Ricochet, Jeff Hardy, Seth Rollins, & Sasha Banks. General information about the event can be found here.

Tickets for this event can be purchased here. Below are some pricing details:

The Platinum VIP Package – which includes front of the line access and 2 autographs from each guest – is a whopping $400 while their 4 combo deal is $320.

A Jeff Hardy and Sasha Banks combo will run you $160 while a Ricochet and Seth Rollins combo will cost $170.

Prices for individual combos:

Seth Rollins: $100

Jeff Hardy: $90

Sasha Banks: $80

Ricochet: $80


Can’t make Legends of the Ring 29 this Saturday? The Wrestling Universe has you covered

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The Wrestling Universe – the haven of the wrestling action figures from every era imaginable – is no stranger to hosting epic meet & greets and this weekend is no exception.

A good chunk of guests scheduled for Legends of the Ring 29, which is being held this Saturday at the Ramada Plaza Hotel in Monroe, NJ, will also be appearing at the Wrestling Universe on either Friday evening or Sunday afternoon.

Butch Reed and his former manager, Theodore Long, will be appearing at the Universe on Friday from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.

Sunday will feature 10 wrestling talents: “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, The Pope (F.K.A. Elijah Burke), WWE’s Sarah Schreiber & Nigel McGuinness, Alicia Atout, Bill Alfonso, Adam Bomb, Rebel, Renee Michelle, and Rosa Mendnes. You can pre-order tickets here.

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