How Long Does a Pro Wrestling Match Last?

How long does a pro wrestling match last?

Pro wrestling matches could last from 15 minutes to an hour depending on the importance of the match. Title matches can last from one hour to 90 minutes max.

How many rounds are there in professional wrestling?

In professional wrestling, there are no rounds, once the match begins there are no scheduled breaks.

Only the referee has the right to pause the match to give a warning in case of a foul.

What is a European Rounds match?

Traditional British wrestling matches had rounds, usually six five minute rounds.

Also in European rounds matches, the first wrestler to score 2 pins or 2 submissions or knock his opponent out will be declared the winner.

Now the pro wrestling scene has evolved in the UK and the rule of rounds has been changed in most promotions.

In a European Rounds match, striking a downed opponent is illegal and will result in a disqualification if the downed wrestler is unable to continue.

How long does a WWE live event last?

WWE live events could last between 3 and 4 hours.

What is the longest pro wrestling match?

According to the Guinness World Records, the longest pro wrestling match lasted 12 hours.

Promoter of the match

Shockwave Impact Wrestling (USA)

Contestants of the match

  • American Kickboxer II aka Brandon Overholser
  • Dark Angel aka Mike White
  • DJ Tom Sharp aka Tom Crone
  • Logan Cross aka Logan Jones
  • Sid Fabulous aka Mark Easterday
  • “Lightning” Tim Lutz

Rules of the match

The six wrestlers faced each other in rotation during the whole 12 hours, the wrestler with the biggest number of pin falls and submissions is the declared the winner.


“Lightning” Tim Lutz was declared the winner, he won the SWI’s Ironman Championship.

What is the shortest WWE match?

The shortest WWE match lasted 3 seconds. Chris Jericho and Jerry Lawler Defeated Tazz and Naked Mideon

What pro wrestler has the longest career?

The Undertaker is definitely the pro wrestler who had the longest career, he has been with the WWE for 3 consecutive decades.

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