WrestlePro, the New Jersey-based independent professional wrestling promotion, along with its affiliate promotion, WrestlePro Alaska, have both entered a mulit-year agreement to exclusively stream their catalogs of previous shows and future live events on Premier Streaming Network (PSN).
“In 2022, WrestlePro had one of our most successful years and we are looking to continue our momentum into 2023,” said WrestlePro owner Pat Buck. “Having the ability to stream our content, both past and present, on Premier Streaming Network will give audiences an opportunity to see the abundance of talent that continues to perform in WrestlePro’s ring.”
WrestlePro Alaska began running events in 2019 and has seen some of the biggest names in professional wrestling appear at their shows including World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Hall of Famers Bret “The Hitman” Hart and Mick Foley.
“We are thrilled to be bringing WrestlePro and WrestlePro Alaska events, both past and upcoming, to Premier Steaming Network,” said WrestlePro Alaska founder and WrestlePro booker Kevin Matthews. “We have held over 100 events with some of the biggest stars in the business and can’t wait to show the world what WrestlePro and WrestlePro Alaska is all about.”
“We’re happy to be bringing WrestlePro and WrestlePro Alaska to Premier Streaming Network,” said Paul Owen, President of PSN. “Both companies have catalogs of content that showcase some of the biggest names in professional wrestling today, and they continue to develop future stars of the sport which fans will be able to see on PSN.”
“Bringing Premier’s technology and services to WrestlePro and WrestlePro Alaska is a win for all parties involved, but most importantly it is a win for wrestling fans who will now have easy access to both these great promotions,” said Josh Shernoff, Vice President of Programing and Creative Development of PSN. “Pat Buck and Kevin Matthews have a proven track record developing some of the biggest stars in wrestling, and PSN is excited to support WrestlePro and WrestlePro Alaska’s growth in 2023 and beyond.”