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Bouts Air First Tuesday of the Month Beginning April 6, 2021 on CompoundMedia.com; Replay First Thursday of the Month Beginning April 8 on YouTube.com/CampIWF
NEW YORK, NY – After a wildly successful airing of matches in December, IWF Wrestling returns to Compound Media Network’s East Side Dave Show the first Tuesday of the month in 2021.
Beginning Tuesday, April 6, hosts East Side Dave McDonald and Roy Harter call the action that features Master of Chaos Kevin Knight, Heartless Hellraiser Dracko, Southside Slugger Tony Graves, Outlaw Shane O’Brien, Dark Oracle Sage, First-Class Justin Adams, The Atkins Brothers, The Belarus Bruiser Carnov, Manos de Plata Juan Hernandez, Eloy Fiesta and more.
The hard-hitting, adrenaline-fueled action includes contests for the IWF Heavyweight, American and Tag Team Championships. Mad Dawg Jenkins and Mike Leotis will take you behind the scenes with in-depth wrestler interviews and analysis.
East Side Dave Show provides comedy, entertainment, music – and now – IWF Wrestling on April 6, May 4, June 1, July 6, August 3, September 7, October 5, November 9 and December 7. Bell-time is 8:00 PM/ET on CompoundMedia.com.
Matches replay the following Thursday 8:00 PM/ET at YouTube.com/CampIWF.com on April 8, May 6, June 3, July 8, August 5, September 9, October 7, November 11 and December 9.
These monthly bouts provide anticipation for 24th Annual IWF Loud & Proud Event this summer at Rec Center, Nutley, NJ to benefit American Cancer Society; and IWF Firepower Event this fall at PAL Building, Wayne, NJ to benefit Semper Fi & America’s Fund.
East Side Dave Show airs every Tuesday at 7:30 PM/ET. Dave McDonald is also morning show co-host on Central New Jersey’s 95.9 WRAT Radio, and a former producer of The Ron & Fez Show. Roy Harter is an Emmy Award winning musical director.
Compound Media Network is a paid-subscription platform launched in 2014 with the flagship program, The Anthony Cumia Show. Anthony Cumia was co-founder and co-host of The Opie and Anthony Show. Compound Media, with studios in New York City, houses numerous programs and streams to subscribers in video and audio formats.
Established in 1998, award-winning IWF Wrestling produced 710 family-friendly Live Events and Fundraisers with WWE Hall of Famers and Legends in 26 cities throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
The nationally-accredited IWF Wrestling School, based in Woodland Park, NJ (formerly West Paterson) from 1999 to 2012, and Nutley, NJ from 2014 to present, had 52 graduates receive WWE, NXT, AEW, IMPACT, NJPW, ROH and NWA tryouts with 14 employed. IWF trains hundreds of athletes from 20 states and 9 countries including Canada, England, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Puerto Rico and United States.
Famous graduates include WWE Superstar Darren Young from Union, NJ; WWE Referees Shawn Bennett from Butler, NJ and Danilo Anfibio from Woodland Park, NJ; NXT Manager Robert Stone from Woodbridge, NJ; and IMPACT Star Fallah Bahh from Bloomfield, NJ.
IWF Wrestling School is endorsed by WWE Hall of Famers and Legends who serve as periodic guest coaches, including Tito Santana, Honky Tonk Man, Tom Prichard, Jim Powers, Bushwhacker Luke, Rip Rogers, John Bradshaw Layfield and more.
The private training program, open to high-performance athletes ages 18 and up, begins a three-month spring semester April 18, 2021. For information or to apply, visit CampIWF.com.
Since 1998, IWF Wrestling featured by WCBS 2 News, WNBC 4 News, FOX 5 Good Day New York, WABC 7 News, WOR 9 News, PIX 11 News, News 12 New Jersey, MTV, TMZ, TLC, Extra, Nickelodeon, MSG Network, YES Network, FOX News Channel, Telemundo, SiriusXM, 98.7 ESPN Radio, 710 WOR Radio, 1450 WCTC Radio, TAPinto, NJ.com, The Star-Ledger, The Record, Herald News, Compound Media, and Funny or Die.
Each spring, IWF’s anniversary event supports a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with American Cancer Society the beneficiary since 2012. Other events benefited Semper Fi & America's Fund, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Tomorrows Children’s Fund, Twin Towers Orphan Fund, American Red Cross, United Way, Nutley Policemen and Firefighters’ Benevolent Associations, and high school athletic programs in Middletown, New Providence, Nutley, Verona and West Orange, NJ.
IWF conducts autograph sessions and speaking engagements at schools, libraries, hospitals, youth and civic organizations. Food, clothing and supply drives hosted for American Red Cross, United Way, Nutley Family Service Bureau, and Animal Shelters in Montclair and Bloomfield. Toys For Tots drive hosted for United States Marine Corps Reserve.