Wednesdays 7:00PM - 9:00PMIntermediate Class 18 & Over
Tuesday and Thursday 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Open Ring (Established Wrestlers)
Tuesday and Thursday 9:00PM - 11:00PM
New Student Fees
All tuition is subject to a 4% NY Tax. Cash, Check, or Credit Card accepted.**Tuition Special - $150 Monthly Tuition!**
Who is eligible to train at Create A Pro Wrestling? What ages?
Create A Pro Wrestling will be offering wrestling instruction to anyone who's dream it is to be a professional wrestler. Applicants over the age of 18 with no prior training will train in the beginner program. Applicants over the age of 18 with some prior training will train in the intermediate class. Those with experience must be evaluated by a trainer to be allowed.
What sort of shape or size do I have to be in to train?
Create A Pro encourages future students to be in a healthy shape, but it is not a requirement. There is no height/weight limit or requirement. All sizes welcome. At Create A Pro you will be conditioned upon enrollment.
Where is the school located?
95 Engineers Drive, Hicksville NY. 11801.
Why train with Create A Pro Wrestling?
The head trainers. Learn from the guys that have been there with occasional special guests popping in. Create A Pro looks to train its students, then can provide them a place to demonstrate their skills.
- Create A Pro provides hands on training. Trainers will be doing all the the drills alongside their students.
- Create A Pro runs their own professional wrestling student shows monthly.
- Create A Pro will commence training in a brand new 18 ft by 18ft professional wrestling ring. No faulty equipment or unsafe conditions. The facility is newly painted, heated, and is decorated with artwork of wrestling superstars of the past and present.
- Location. The Create A Pro Academy is located in Hicksville, New York which is in Nassau County which is an easy drive from NYC, Queens, or Suffolk county. Hicksville train station is one of the most active hubs on Long Island.
- Price. Create A Pro is moderately priced compared to other wrestling establishments. We offer reasonable plans to meet your financial needs.
Do you offer training other than wrestling (managers, referees, valets, etc)?
Create A Pro does offer training in any area of professional wrestling, however, all new students must experience basic training.
How long will I be in training until I can have a professional wrestling match?
Everyone is different, and some progress faster than other. On average it takes between 3 months to a year to have basic skills to have a basic wrestling match.
I currently train somewhere else, but want to switch to Create A Pro, what can I do?
Create A Pro invites students from other wrestling training places to check out and enroll. We will match your current tuition rate.
Some days I can not make training, is that okay?
Yes, at Create A Pro you are encouraged to come as often as you'd like. We require that you attend at least one day of training a week.
Brian Myers, better known to the wrestling world by his ring name “Curt Hawkins” is a current WWE Superstar. Born in Long Island, New York, Brian began his journey into professional wrestling at the age of 18. He received his initial training with ECW legend Mikey Whipwreck. At the age of 20 Brian was signed to a WWE contract. He then began his training at WWE’s developmental territories Deep South Wrestling (DSW) & Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) where he won tag team championships. Brian eventually debuted on WWE television in 2007 with the ECW brand. He would go on to become one half of the youngest WWE Tag Team Champions in history with his partner Zack Ryder. He has been a member of the active WWE roster for close to 10 years now & has been in the ring with some of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling (The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Edge, Kane, Rey Mysterio, Rob Van Dam) as well as the independents.
Pat has worked in all aspects of professional wrestling for over a decade. Pat is a featured performer and proud owner of WrestlePro which hosts some of the largest independent wrestling crowds in the country. Pat has worked in a majority of independents and spent six years in the WWE developmental system as a talent, referee, and assistant trainer for beginners.