Victory Pro Wrestling presents VPW 147: Disorderly Conduct when we return to the Sports Arena in St. James Saturday November 13.

#ANDNEW? Not so fast.. Johnny “Pretty Boy” Collins was caught red handed after cheating to beat Coach Mammone for the Victory Pro Wrestling championship. VPW Commissioner Kevin Fulton is giving Collins one last chance to see if he can actually win the title or not.

After a hard fought Falls Count Anywhere match against Ryan Galeone, Eric James successfully defended the New York State Championship and reclaimed the title belt. What is next for Eric James?

And the Windy City Kid TJ Crawford returns to Victory Pro Wrestling to face the Dimepiece Aaron Rourke.

More matches will be announced before the show, but you can get your tickets now by going to our VPW Box Office:

  • General Admission seats are just $25 each (tickets at the door will also be $25)
  • Reserved ringside seats are $30 each for first and second rows

The Sports Arena is located in the heart of St. James off Middle Country Road.

The Sports Arena is an indoor air-conditioned facility compliant with CDC safety guidelines with plenty of room to practice social distancing.

Food and beverages will be available for sale, including alcohol for those 21 and over.

What will happen when Victory Pro Wrestling returns to action on November 13th?

VICTORY PRO WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP
Champion Coach Mammone vs Challenger Johnny Collins

VPW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Champions The Absolute Brand w/ Silk E Smooth vs The Even Stevens

VPW NEW YORK STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
After a hellacious Falls Count Anywhere title defense, what’s next for champion Eric James?

TICKETS ON SALE NOW
GENERAL ADMISSION $25 | RINGSIDE/RESERVED SEATS $30
tinyurl.com/vpw-tickets

For more information call (631) 357-1810

By VPW

Victory Pro Wrestling has a rich history of professional wrestling on Long Island, performing in St. James, Centereach, Deer Park, Babylon, North Babylon, Islip, Sachem, and Hofstra University. Since 2005, Victory Pro Wrestling raised thousands of dollars in fundraisers for our communities.