Mana Mamau

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Mana Mamau
Mana Mamau.jpg
Created by IPW
Country of origin New Zealand
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 40 (as of 3 May 2012)
Production
Location(s) Westlake Boys, Auckland
Camera setup Multicamera setup
Running time Approximately 30 minutes per episode
(including commercials)
Production company(s) IPW, Buto Productions
Broadcast
Original channel Maori Television
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Chronology
Related shows IPW Ignition
External links
Website

Mana Mamau is a professional wrestling television program for Impact Pro Wrestling (IPW). The show debuted on Maori Television in New Zealand on 7 July 2011. It is a nationally broadcast pro wrestling show and features a high level of Te Reo Maori content.

Show History[edit]

On 10 May 2011 IPW announced it had signed an agreement with Maori Television to launch a new HD television series. The working title was "MMM", later "Mana Ma Mau", and then the final title ended up as "Mana Mamau". IPW runs free-entry tapings for the programme at Westlake Boys High School every month with the first being 14 May.

It premiered on 7 July 2011 at 10:30 pm on Maori Television which is available nationwide on Sky, Freeview, and traditional analog Television.

Its final episode was aired on Thursday 3 May 2012.

Show Format[edit]

Currently, the show airs every Thursday night on Maori Television. Each episode is produced for a 30-minute time-slot and features usually three matches, wrestler interviews in segments hosted by IPW on-screen personalities such as "Handsome Reflections" by "Handsome" Danny Jacobs, and various backstage promos and vignettes.

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