ARCG Media to Cover WrestleMania Week
It’s WrestleMania season, and that only means one thing—WWE fans are begging for unique coverage from the media.
Have no fear, because ARCG Media plans to make a defining statement during WWE’s WrestleMania week in the New York City area this year. Music & Mojitos has the body slamming exclusive details.
WrestleMania is the showcase of the immortals, and ARCG Media wants to bring spectators all of the action in a way that only they can do it. Rob Van Dam isn’t the only one who will be bringing his brand to the city that never sleeps in just a few short weeks.
Co-founder Rob Aurelius is no stranger to the wrestling business. Working with former WWE talents Gene Snitsky, Wade Barrett, and Brooklyn Brawler, Aurelius has a deep passion for the sports entertainers that helped make the WWE empire what it is today.
ARCG Media—originally known as A&R Collective Group—is on a roll heading into wrestling’s biggest week of the year. The recent rebranding helped boost the company to new heights. Besides covering WrestleMania, ARCG Media will have a powerful presence at Hoboken Cigars on Saturday, April 6, for a launch event honoring legendary WWE star, the Brooklyn Brawler. Be sure to grab a premium cigar, because there will be a party atmosphere in the air.
It’s no surprise that Aurelius will be celebrating the day before WresteMania: it isn’t his first time at the dance. The ARCG Media co-founder also represented his company for both WrestleMania 33 and 34. Fans witnessed historic matches including Roman Reigns vs. The Undertaker, and Kurt Angle and Ronda Rousey taking on The Authority. This year, with WrestleMania taking place in MetLife Stadium, Aurelius has enormous coverage plans for all of WWE’s elaborate happenings. The event is scheduled to see Brock Lesnar defend his universal championship against challenger Seth Rollins. ARCG Media also plans to cover WWE’s Hall of Fame, Raw, and Smackdown Live.
During his free time, Aurelius is heavily involved in the WWE’s charitable causes, supporting their partners Susan G. Komen and Connors Cure. Susan G. Komen is the largest and best-funded breast cancer organization in the United States, while Connor’s Cure seeks a cure to end pediatric cancer.