The BOSTONWRESTLING.COM super-site powers the Millennium Wrestling Federation. Based in Melrose, Massachusetts, the MWF was the vision of Dan Mirade and Neil Manolian, established in January of 2001, inspired by the late "Boston Bad Boy" Tony Rumble. John Cena Sr. became minority owner in September 2007, purchasing Mr. Manolian's partial company stock. The MWF's goal remains to provide wrestling fans with quality professional wrestling featuring the superstars of yesterday, today and tomorrow with a heavy dose of respect to the sports history. The MWF presented it's first event on September 28th, 2001 and remains the leader in New England wrestling, raising tens of thousands of dollars for local charity as we continue to our "Keep The Kids Off The Streets" initiative. In 2010, the MWF expanded it's live event brand into the Carolina's, setting company attendance records. MWF television programs have been viewed by hundreds of thousands of fans throughout New England and on-line by fans in over 60 countries as we continue to brand our innovative, state-of-the-art Studio Shoot Interview DVD home video series. MWF events and superstars have been featured in television, newspaper and radio mediums as The Boston Globe, The Howard Stern Show, KISS 108FM, The Eddie Andleman Show, ESPN Radio, CN8 Sports Pulse and WWE.com. The MWF has worked on events outside of live wrestling as well, including two Boston movie premieres of WWE and Lionsgate's "The Condemned" featuring a Q&A with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin; The Iron Sheik appearing on the Hi-Fi Network in Toronto; and promoting the Wrestling's Living Legends reunion the morning of WrestleMania 23 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The MWF proudly maintains strong relations with both World Wrestling Entertainment and Impact Wrestling. The Millennium Wrestling Federation has been proudly named Special Olympics Partners 2011-2020.