After putting on over 100 DVD tapings SHIMMER Wrestling, which is arguably the top women’s promotion across the globe, which has been running since 2005 have announced plans to launch a streaming service along with putting out physical DVDs.
As announced on Facebook, SHIMMER founder Dave Prazak announced plans to launch an online streaming service for the company with the first 150 or so hours of the company’s content in about three weeks, with Amazon Fire Stick and Roku functionality.
SHIMMER is an all-female professional wrestling organization based in Chicago, Illinois. The goal of SHIMMER is to provide the most skilled women pro wrestlers with a forum to truly shine as athletes and perform at the most competitive level. SHIMMER management has selected an elite crop of women from around the wrestling world who are determined to show that women’s wrestling is the best.
The company typically produces nine full-length length DVD releases during a calendar year. Since 2009 the format has been two taping weekends per year, during which they film four DVDs over the course of a two day weekend of live events. In 2013, they started a single DVD taping/iPPV in the city in which WrestleMania is taking place, the day before WWE’s event under the WWN Live banner.
SHIMMER currently has DVD releases up to Volume 81 available for purchase. They have taped 104 Volumes as of April 2018.