World Armwrestling League Is Official Sponsor Of Arm-Wrestle Kingdom At G1 Supercard Festival Of Honor
Ring of Honor issued the following press release
Baltimore, MD, March 4, 2019— Ring of Honor is proud to announce that the World Armwrestling League is the official sponsor of Arm-Wrestle Kingdom at G1 Supercard Festival of Honor on Friday, April 5 at Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater in New York City.
Arm-Wrestle Kingdom is a live armwrestling contest hosted by The Kingdom’s Matt Taven and featuring the stars of G1 Supercard, the historic pro wrestling show co-promoted by ROH and New Japan Pro-Wrestling that takes place on Saturday, April 6 at sold-out Madison Square Garden.
Based in Chicago, the World Armwrestling League (WAL) is the largest and fastest-growing professional armwrestling league in the world.
WAL has a roster of more than 300 — both men and women — from around the world, who represent a range of backgrounds and occupations and compete for a share of the $250,000 payout. The league holds amateur, pro, and elite level competitions throughout the United States and Canada, which can be viewed live on Turner Sports’ Digital platform, B/R Live.
G1 Supercard Festival of Honor is a once-in-a-lifetime event that will deliver the ultimate ROH/NJPW fan experience. Pro wrestling fans from around the globe will be able to engage with their favorite stars in both companies and participate in the celebration of the historic weekend.
In addition to “Arm-Wrestle Kingdom”, G1 Supercard Festival of Honor will feature on-stage entertainment with Dalton Castle, a live Coleman’s Pulpit, special Q+A panels with your favorite stars, and meet and greet experiences that include exclusive G1 Supercard autographed 8x10s. Top off this special affair with access to the official G1 Supercard press conference and more.
For more information on WAL, go to walunderground.com
For more information on G1 Supercard Festival of Honor, visit ROHWrestling.com
To purchase tickets, visit ROHTickets.com
ROH & NJPW present G1 Supercard Festival of Honor
Friday, April 5, 2019
LIVE from Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater (10am-6pm)
New York City