Mom always said no fighting at the dinner table.
Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner is the ultimate, unique experience for wrestling lovers or people who want to see a good show. Mom always said never to fight at the dinner table, but Manor has challenged that narrative by giving you a 3-course meal and over 2 hours of live wrestling. Both adults and children are encouraged to attend this event, and tickets range from $37 to $60 depending on the experience that you choose. You will want to bring the whole family and enjoy a family discount.
A fun night of cuisine and clotheslines sounds like a lot of fun, but you're probably wondering how much it all costs. Standard adult tickets are $43, and a standard ticket for a child ages (4-12) costs $37. Kids under 4 get in for free. This is an excellent chance to bring the family for a night of fun as both the young and young at heart will enjoy it. What better combo than food and fighting? Manor has some discounts available for diners. An adult couple can get in together for just $75. You can bring the entire family of four for just $145.
Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner Theater is showing on Friday nights from 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm. Times are subject to change depending on availability.
Founded by Bryan Smith in 2012, Manor combined Bryan's passion for professional wrestling and his understanding of the unquestionable popularity of fine dining. Before creating Manor, Bryan Smith was a professional wrestler for 12 years. Like many others before him, Bryan decided to step out on his own and create a unique brand, but his idea stood out among wrestling fans. It turns out, fine dining and complete nelsons combine to make a fun, memorable experience for people of any age. Combining food and entertainment isn't exactly a new concept, but Bryan was able to take his love for professional wrestling and turn it into a unique experience.
Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner Theater is held at Osceola Heritage Park, opening in Kissimmee, Florida, in 2003. They host a wide variety of events in their 150-acre venue, from Manor to graduation ceremonies. It would be challenging to hold Manor in an ordinary arena as the attendees require plenty of eating space and a reasonable distance from the intense action in the ring. Proper seating ensures that you have room to eat without the risk of sweat landing in your mashed potatoes. But Bryan factored in this risk when creating the setup.
History of wrestling in Orlando
Orlando, Florida, has been a hotbed for wrestling for decades. Boasting shows from TNA (now Impact Wrestling) and WWE, Orlando Florida, is still a staple for popular wrestling companies. WWE has hosted WrestleMania 14, 33, and 36 from Orlando and many other pay-per-views from the main roster to NXT. In addition, Orlando now hosts the WWE Performance Center, which gives young talent a place to train.
The finest taste of pro wrestling
What's on the menu?
- Head Lock Tossed Green Salad w/ Assorted DressingsBody Slam Oven Roasted ChickenDrop kicking
- Vegetable MedleySuper Splash Redskin Garlic Mashed Potatoes
- Dinner Rolls & Butter
- 1, 2, 3 Cheesecake
- Freshly Brewed Coffee
- Full Bar(not included in the price)
Nearby in Tampa, Championship Wrestling from Florida (CWF) got its start in 1961, and in its time, hosted names like Jack Dempsey and Dusty Rhodes. CWF lasted until 1987, when most of the talent left for the WWF. In 2007, the promotion was revived by Vince McMahon and called Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). Just a few years later, in 2012, Vince changed the name of FCW to NXT, which is still a significant brand in Florida.
"I've wined and dines with kings and queens, and I've slept in the alley eating pork and beans."-Dusty Rhodes, former professional wrestlng star-
What to expect at Manor
If you've never been to a wrestling show or you want to know what to expect from Manor, then I have some details for you (without spoiling the show). This show is for all ages, which means that you can safely bring your children here and not have to worry about too much gore or swearing. As a professional wrestling fan, you can expect a show that someone with experience in the business puts together. Like I discussed earlier, Bryan Smith had 12 years of wrestling experience under his belt before he decided to create Manor, and his respect for the business and the people in it shine brightly in Manor shows.
Should you try it?
Whether you're an avid fan or have never seen a professional wrestling match, Manor is a great experience and conveniently located in Kissimmee. If you aren't sure what you're getting into, this 2-plus hour show will undoubtedly give you a taste of what pro wrestling is all about while you taste a 3-course meal. Prices are very reasonable for dinner and a show, as some of the more well-known companies charge double the amount just for a ticket. So, you can be sure that this isn't just a cash grab. These are professionals who love sports entertainment and want to share their passion with you.
Are you ready for a bit of pile driver with your dinner?