About ECPW School

New York City Wrestling School East Coast Professional Wrestling Training Center has been has been preparing individuals for the world of Professional Wrestling since 1991. The ECPW Training Center is one of the longest running pro wrestling schools, training wrestlers, referees, ring announcers, television commentators, managers and valets. The ECPW Training Center contains 2 rings and a variety of weight training equipment within a 3,500 square foot building.

Do you think you have what it takes to succeed in the exciting world of professional wrestling?
Here is your chance to fulfill your dream.

The ECPW Professional Wrestling Training Center will teach you everything you need to know to become a part of the action and not just a spectator. Over the last two decades some of the professional wrestlers who went on to wrestle for WWE, WCW, ECW and TNA and trained at ECPW School include: Nunzio, Devon “Crowbar” Storm, Festus, Eziekel Jackson, Danny Inferno, Judas Young, Deuce, Cherry, Mike Cruel and Mr. Strongko.

Head trainer “Mr. Italy” Gino Caruso is well known in the industry. With 23 years of professional wrestling experience, he has competed for virtually every major promotion; WWE, WCW, ECW, and the NWA as well as most of the independent promotions worldwide. ECPW offers a unique “Five Step Program” to prepare you for the world of Professional Wrestling: 1) Basic In Ring Training, 2) Basic Promo Skills, 3) Advanced In Ring and Promo Training, 4) Developmental wrestling experience at Proving Ground Shows and 5) Participate at monthly Adrenaline TV tapings, the most successful independent promotion today.

ECPW believes in making your dreams come true, but you need to contact us to get started.

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2 thoughts on “About ECPW School

  1. Hello sir
    My name is Daniel Miedreich I am interested in attending your wrestling school with the next 6 months. I am interested in becoming a pro wrestler but I want to get into more for the manager. I think being a manager is a lost art and I want to bring it back. I think we need more people who can talk people into the buildings and make the fans truly want to hate you. I was wondering what kind of classes you offer for that and how much is it to get trained and if there is a deposit and a payment plan. Thank you very much for your time.

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