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Global Force Wrestling announces television tapings in Las Vegas

Global Force Wrestling today announced that it will hold the first taping of its broadcast event shows on Friday, July 24 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“This time, what happens in Vegas will not stay in Vegas,” said Jeff Jarrett, GFW founder and CEO. “Global Force Wrestling is looking forward to bringing the freshest brand of professional wrestling to fans from all over the world; and, it all starts right here in the fight capital of the world.”

GFW’s first three shows at the Orleans Arena will take place on Friday, July 24; Friday, August 21, and Friday, October 23. GFW has alliances with 13 affiliates on five continents, including New Japan Pro-Wrestling, Mexico’s AAA and federations in Europe, Australia and Africa.

“Las Vegas hosts some of the world’s best entertainment and sporting events – we are thrilled to be the home of the GFW brand and introduce fans to the next great wrestling franchise,” said Darren Davis, Executive Director of the Orleans Arena. “Jeff Jarrett and Global Force Wrestling promise to bring something new and exciting to the sport.”

Details about tickets, special VIP opportunities and other important information about the inaugural GFW tapings will be announced in the coming weeks.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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