Training with WXW & Matt Sydal
Train with former WWE Tag Team champion Matt Sydal (Evan Bourne) at his new training facility.
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Matt is our IPWA champion, but he is also one of the best wrestlers to have ever stepped foot inside the squared circle.
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WXW Wrestling Academy in Essen, Germany
IPWA recommends the WXW Wrestling Academy to every Israeli that's interested to learn wrestling, as well as advanced wrestlers who would like to improve their skills. Lead by new coach "Avalanche" Robert Dreissker, (successor of NXT UK Champion - former head coach Walter), WXW is without a doubt the best place in Europe to learn professional wrestling at.
IPWA has sent over a dozen Israelis to the WXW Wrestling Academy, including, Gaya Glass, Tye Clodd, Gal Barkay, Oscar Vice and Ori Gold (pictured above 2nd from left).
Israel can not offer the best terms for a pro wrestler to advance his skills. We have only a few shows a year and even if we train once a week, we do not have a place to implement what we have learned enough to improve our skills. We have recognized this fault and therefore decided that the best thing would be to send our guys and girls to a place where they could get everyday training and be able to go out and wrestle everyday in various promotions across Europe - that's exactly the opportunity WXW Wrestling Academy offers.
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In December 2017 IPWA Promoter Gery Roif (Rabbi Swissa) was lucky enough to take part in a WXW Academy training camp, wrestle at a WXW Academy show and then work a big WXW house show in front of over 500 people. You can read about his experience on the home page at the bottom.
(Photo by Janice Mersiovsky)