A competition wrestling ring for professional wrestlers. The competition wrestling ring is designed for wrestling matches under the rules of WWE. Extra strong ropes core made from PES with PVC covering.
All parameters of the wrestling ring are designed to be as close as possible to the parameters of the World Wrestling Federation. The floor of the ring is well cushioned and covered with printed PVC canvas, and it meets the most stringent safety requirements. The surface of the frame is galvanically treated so as to provide exceptional durability and longevity. Other ring parameters are always optional and always depend on the specific order and choice of a promoter for an event.
A special feature of this ring is a suspension design that enables the floor to sag about 7 cm. (gallery) The OSB boards that form the floor of the ring are 2.5 cm (0.98 inches) thick. The elevated OSB floor has a padded layer of 2.5 cm (0.98 inches) and a PVC canvas.
Wrestling is a very attractive spectator sport. Because safety is important to us, this ring is fitted with dual-suspension. The metal structure itself allows a sag of up to 7 cm, and the OSB boards are sprung with an additional soft layer from the bottom part. For color combinations or your print for the canvas or corners, contact us with any other requirements.
Wrestling ring ropes:
The ropes of this ring are normally manufactured in two basic variants. The classic and most popular variant is the one with 32 mm PES ropes. The second variant is the same as with most of our rings. The leatherette ropes are certified by their years of use and proven durability.
Do you want to have a boxing ring in the colors of your club? We will produce a boxing ring for you according to your wishes. Do you want to have the logos of your club and sponsors on the boxing ring? All this will be made to order. Contact our sales representative.
What else we can put your logo on:
Also we will produce custom:
Configuration and construction
The configuration and construction of the "traditional" ring closely resembles that of a boxing ring, though the wrestling ring has three ring ropes, one fewer than the standard boxing ring. In addition, the ring ropes are not tethered together at their midpoint, making them less taut than boxing ropes. Most (if not all) wrestling rings also incorporate more in the way of padding and shock-absorbing construction than boxing rings, although this varies according to the preferences of the promoter.
Wrestling rings are generally composed of an elevated steel beam and wood plank stage covered by foam padding and acanvas mat, with the elevated sides then covered with a fabric skirt to prevent spectators from seeing underneath. Around the ring are three ring ropes. Depending on the promotion, the construction of these pieces differs; some, like WWE, use hemp ropes wrapped in tape, others use steel cables that are encased in rubber hose.These ropes are held up and tensioned by turnbuckles, which, in turn, hang on steel cylindrical poles, the ring posts. The ends of the turnbuckles facing into the ring are usually heavily padded, either individually, as in the US, or with a large pad for all three similar to a boxing ring, as in Japan. Usually around ringside there are two sets of steel steps (one on either side of the ring) that some wrestlers use to enter and exit the ring. All parts of the ring are often used as part of various offensive and defensive moves.
Wrestling rings vary in shape and size, with most measuring between 14 and 20 feet on each side, measured between the turnbuckles. WWE uses a 20-foot by 20-foot ring, while in the past World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling used, and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) has used, an 18-foot by 18-foot ring. Typically, wrestling rings are smaller than boxing rings. Rings typically include an "apron" area of the canvas ring floor, extending between one and two feet beyond the ropes; the ring itself is generally elevated between three and four feet above the ground.
History of WWE
World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE) is an American publicly traded, privately controlled entertainment company that deals primarily in professional wrestling, with major revenue sources also coming from film, music, product licensing and direct product sales. WWE also refers to the professional wrestling promotion itself, founded byJess McMahon and Toots Mondt in 1952 as Capitol Wrestling Corporation. As of 2014, it is the largest wrestling promotion in the world, holding over 300 events a year, and broadcasting to about 36 million viewers in more than 150 countries. The company's headquarters are located in Stamford, Connecticut, with offices in major cities across the world.
As in other professional wrestling promotions, WWE shows are not legitimate contests, but purely entertainment-based, featuring storyline-driven, scripted, and choreographed matches, though they often include moves that can put performers at risk of injury if not performed correctly. This was first publicly acknowledged by WWE's owner Vince McMahon in 1989 to avoid taxes from athletic commissions. Since the 1980s, WWE publicly branded their product as sports entertainment, which is considered to acknowledge the product's roots in competitive sport and dramatic theater.
The company's majority owner is its chairman and CEO, Vince McMahon. Along with his wife Linda, children Shaneand Stephanie, and son-in-law Paul Levesque (known professionally as Triple H), the McMahon family holds approximately 70% of WWE's equity and 96% of the voting power. As of August 2014, due to ongoing problems with the company, Eminence Capital, a New York-based hedge fund, acquired 9.6% stake of WWE while the McMahon family retains 90.4% interest.
The current entity, incorporated on February 21, 1980, was previously known as Titan Sports founded in 1979 inSouth Yarmouth, Massachusetts. It acquired Capitol Wrestling Corporation (the holding company for the World Wrestling Federation, WWF) in 1982. Titan was renamed World Wrestling Federation, Inc. in 1998, then World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. in 1999, and finally World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. in 2002. Since 2011, the company has officially branded itself solely as WWE though the company's legal name was not changed.