Indiana’s Black Label Pro has stepped up as another indie promotion in the IWTV family to present a live, empty arena event powered by audience donations, in efforts to help indie wrestlers whose livelihoods have been impacted by the shut down of live audience events due to the COVID-19 outbreak. On Saturday, March 28, Black Label Pro is presenting Empty House, an empty arena event that will feature many BLP regulars. The event will air live on IWTV.
**NEW SHOW ALERT**
BLP Presents "Empty House"
A live empty arena event airing to raise as much money possible to give back to the wrestlers that do so much to entertain us.
Donate At https://t.co/C54nKZyRLU
— Black Label Pro (@BLabelPro) March 16, 2020
Black Label Pro’s Empty House follows the likes of Freelance Wrestling‘s Warehouse Wars and Game Changer Wrestling‘s Acid Cup 2 events that have similarly turned to audience/viewer donations to help assist indie wrestlers during this shutdown on audience driven events, with an Indiegogo page set up taking donations. So far, in only a few short days, BLP is at 88% of their intended goal.
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