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How To Get Wrestling Sponsorships

Youíve probably seen hard core wrestler don sweat suits and hit the stairs right before a wrestling meet in the hopes of losing a couple of pounds.  Quite the opposite of a body builder, but everyone is different.  This certainly isnít for everyone, but if youíre someone who has done this, then you might be considering a career in wrestling.  While you can control your weight and practice time, itís nice to have someone who can assist you with other things, such as getting the necessary wrestling equipment or arranging press conferences to let people know about your skills and how you place in events.  A sponsor can help you with this.  Getting sponsorship is a necessary step if you want to be a professional wrestler.  Below you can find three tips to help you.

 

The first place to look for a sponsor is right in your own gym.  Your gym manager might be willing to sponsor you in some way.  Perhaps they could give you discounts on gym membership, or even a month for free in exchange for publicity.  If you let others know about their gym then that would bring more clients in.  So if you get interviewed by the press, be sure to mention where you work out.  Before doing this, talk to the gym manager and draw up a wrestling sponsorship proposal that details what will happen. 

Your coach is the second person you should talk to.  If youíve been training with them for a while then you should ask them if would be willing to give you reduced lessons.  You could possibly help younger wrestlers with their techniques in order to get cheaper classes.  Your coach might also know about some competitions that you could win.  Ask them about upcoming competitions and how to train for them.

Going to a competition is the third way to get wrestling sponsorship.  There are many things that you can do at a wrestling meet.  You could talk to other wrestlers and learn wrestling techniques for free.  You could talk with the media about your wrestling career.  Talking with food and beverage sponsors might also help you get sponsorship.  In addition, if you are able to place in a wrestling competition, then all the better.  Youíll have sponsors coming to you.

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information.

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