Wrestlecon confirms Dragon Gate cancelation, issue detailed statement

Wrestlecon has confirmed that the Dragon Gate talent will no longer be appearing at their convention and have released a detailed statement via Twitter:

While this is an unfortunate circumstance, kudos to Wrestlecon for their transparency with their customers. Again, they are doing all that they can and still have a fantastic lineup despite some cancelations.

Wrestlecon cancelations: Sting pulled by WWE, Ron Simmons now Saturday only; Dragon Gate talent out?

Photo via https://www.wrestlecon.com

Let’s do a quick rundown of some important WrestleCon guest cancellations:

Sting was pulled from WrestleCon by the WWE. WrestleCon issues the following statement:

Also:

Fingers crossed! Wrestlecon is doing all they can to make this work and here’s hoping they can pull off a minor miracle.


Ron Simmons was pulled from his Friday WrestleCon appearance, meaning the Nation of Domination photo op is NOT happening. Simmons is still scheduled for Saturday (for now):


Finally, the Dragon Gate guys are now listed as cancelled on their Detailed Schedule:

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We are currently awaiting word as to why.

I know cancelations are frustrating but Wrestlecon is still putting out one hell of a lineup and I cannot wait for Friday and Saturday.

Breaking down WrestleCon, Part 1: The Finer Details

With Big Event XVI in the rearview mirror, it’s time to turn our attention towards the annual mecca of professional wrestling conventions: WrestleCon.

WrestleCon is a 2-Day wrestling convention that’s held annually during every WrestleMania weekend. Their website advertises over 200+ guests in attendance (!!!), making it by far the biggest pro wrestling convention to hit the East Coast in quite sometime.

A 2-Day wrestling convention with over 200 guests advertised is…a lot. A lot, a lot, A LOT and, if you’re like me, it can be a bit overwhelming for a first timer.

First and foremost, I advise all of you to follow their invaluable Twitter account. They’re fairly receptive to answering fan questions and will clarify a few grey areas. I realize that some of you may not be on social media (a good thing!) and, even if you are, it’s easy to miss out on a tweet that contains key info.

In Part 1 of the series, I’m aiming to provide a breakdown of WrestleCon: where is it, when is it, admission, and highlight important steps to take before the madness begins. Oh, and I’ll be sure to cover exclusive meet & greet opportunities. Let’s get to it.

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