Barbed Wire City ECW Documentary Update & Trailers, ‘Timeline: History of WWE 1989’ Preview

– The following was issued today:


You have read it right! The guys at BWC Films have secured the World famous ECW Arena (Asylum Arena) for their film premiere screening of the documentary, “Barbed Wire City… The Unauthorized Story of ECW” -Saturday, April 20th 2013. Purchase tickets now

It has been 15 months since the Arena officially closed its doors. Now for one night only you can be part of something truly special. Do you miss ECW? Do you miss all the good times from the arena? Tailgating? Do you miss friends from different states that you haven’t seen in years? Do you miss the action and atmosphere of the World famous Arena? Time has passed, but the story of Extreme Championship Wrestling lives on and has been captured in its rawest form in pictures, videos, and interviews with the originals of extreme featured within this documentary -Barbed Wire City.

On Saturday, April 20th you can be apart of –and partake in this historic moment as this film takes an in-depth look at the people, characters, and action that made ECW -Extreme. Doors open at 5pm as you can tour the Arena one last time before construction commences. Meet and mingle the special select guests that appear in the film -from wrestlers, staff, and media personnel. At 7pm, the World premiere of the documentary “Barbed Wire City… The Unauthorized Story of ECW” will screen inside the building that shaped a company that changed the face of professional wrestling forever. For one night only you will go back in time, in the building that was made extreme by all involved, and relive and revisit the most hardcore wrestling promotion that ever existed in Extreme Championship Wrestling.

The ECW Arena (Asylum Arena) is located at the corners of Swanson and Ritner in South Philadelphia. Purchase your tickets now for a night you will never forget.

Visit the official website that features videos, blog, and DVD ordering information at

– Here is the preview video for Timeline: History of WWE – 1989 w/ Brutus Beefcake, which is available at

We’re still in the 80s and we’re flying high! Hogan is still drawing his legion of fans and the WWE is running 2,3, and even 6 (yes SIX) shows in a day. Things are good and Hogan’s best friend in the business would get his highest profile run, albeit in the form of a very odd gimmick.

Brutus Beefcake had become “The Barber” and was struttin’ and cuttin’ his way to headlining Summerslam with Hogan against Savage and Zeus. Yeah, remember him?!

Go back in time and relive yet another chapter in the ongoing history of the world’s biggest federation, and fill in another year in the 80s on your Timeline shelf.