New Years Revolution
New Year's Revolution was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event, that was produced every January by the American professional wrestling promotion, International Wrestling Entertainment (IWE). The event was created in 2005, with its inaugural event produced in January of that year. To coincide with the brand extension, the event was made exclusive to the Meltdown brand throughout the event's history.
Since its inception in 2005, the event has been held in one country: the United States. It has been held in two U.S. states and once in Puerto Rico, where every event has been held in an indoor arena. Each event featured professional wrestlers from IWE competing in various professional wrestling match types. Since the inaugural event, three championship matches have taken place in the main event.
New Year's Revolution was removed from the IWE schedule when they reduced the number of PPVs per year. Currently, the only PPV run by the IWE in January is the Royal Rumble.
History of New Year's Revolution
New Year's Revolution Pay Per View List
|1||New Year's Revolution (2005)||January 9, 2005||San Juan, Puerto Rico||Coliseo de Puerto Rico, Jose Miguel Agrelot||Triple K vs. Jesse Dern vs. Kevin McAlmond vs. Kris McGowan vs. Kevin Hunter vs. Chris Gomez in a Elimination Chamber Match for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship (w/ Ryan Barnhart as the special guest referee)|
|2||New Year's Revolution (2006)||January 8, 2006||Albany, New York||Pepsi Arena||Dustin Simpson (c) vs. Chris Gomez for the IWE Championship|
|3||New Year's Revolution (2007)||January 7, 2007||Kansas City, Missouri||Kemper Arena||Dustin Simpson (c) vs. Keith Coleman for the IWE Championship|