Victory Pro Wrestling has a rich history of professional wrestling on Long Island, performing in Centereach, Deer Park, Babylon, North Babylon, Islip, Sachem, Hofstra University, Brooklyn, and Queens. We have celebrated hundreds of birthdays, helped raise funds for several charities, and continue to entertain the many fans of Victory Pro Wrestling.
The Victory Pro Wrestling school opened its Amityville doors in 2005. A year later, we held our first show at VFW Post 4927 in Centereach.
In 2008, the Deer Park Community Center became the home to the Victory Pro Wrestling school and the second main venue for VPW shows, splitting the schedule between Centereach and Deer Park. International superstar Ricky Reyes became the school’s head trainer and developed some of the top stars Long Island’s independent wrestling scene has seen.
In 2011, Victory Pro Wrestling held their first ever steel cage match, the “Steel Cage Survival.” Since then, the cage has been brought almost annually back for title matches and to settle feuds at both Deer Park and Centereach.
In 2014, Victory Pro Wrestling held the last sanctioned professional wrestling show to a standing-room-only crowd in Deer Park, and the school moved to Lindenhurst in 2015. A year later, the Victory Pro Wrestling school went on a temporary hiatus as Ricky Reyes became a top performer for Lucha Underground.
At the end of 2017, Sean – the founder of Victory Pro Wrestling – sold the show to Steve and Tina. They continued to build the legacy of family friendly independent wrestling.
After our March anniversary show, in 2020, Victory Pro Wrestling – and the rest of the world – was affected by the novel coronavirus. Behind the scenes, Steve and Tina have continued to explore how to bring Victory Pro Wrestling back to the dedicated fans that continue to support us.