The Paramus Elks Lodge played host to an action-packed event as East Coast Pro Wrestling brought its talents to North Jersey. Fans had the pleasure of watching some of the area’s best wrestlers while enjoying the great food and atmosphere.
ECPW was founded by veteran wrestler and trainer, Gino Caruso. Caruso started his career as a professional wrestler where he spent 23 years on the mat and wrestled in over 3,000 matches. He now takes his experience from the WWE, WCW, ECW and NWA to make ECPW the leader of the independent wrestling scene. Those interested in breaking into the field can take advantage of Caruso’s “Five Step Program” at his wrestling school, East Coast Professional Wrestling Training Center, located in Lake Hiawatha.
Highlights of the night included a television title match between Sam Shields and Aaron Bradley as well as the heavyweight title match between Frankie Flow and Dan De Man. Audience members were caught up in the action as they sat close to the ring and cheered for their favorite wrestlers. Caruso called the play-by-play himself for ECPW’s public access show, Adrenaline, which wrestling fans can watch across the state.
ECPW’s focus is now on its next event on Friday, August 5 at A1 Wheels & Deals in Montgomery, PA. To learn more about East Coast Pro Wrestling.