WAJ Magazine Fall Release Party Recap Hosted by Frankie Edgar and TobiasEats

WAJ Magazine Fall Release Party Recap Hosted by Frankie Edgar and TobiasEats
The WAJ Magazine Fall Release Party was a hit! Hosted by Frankie Edgar and TobiasEats , the party had something for everyone. Fans of the culture were treated to an exclusive viewing of Champ and The Tramp Podcast , while MMA fans got to meet Jersey's most notorious fighter. And foodies? They were more than satisfied with all the appetizers and entrees that were served up along with drinks from the bar. Here's a recap of the party highlights.



Frankie Edgar and TobiasEats hosted the WAJ Magazine Fall Release Party Saturday night, and it was a blast!

What do you get when you combine a successful MMA fighter, a mad foodie scientist, and perhaps the swaggiest magazine in the Garden State? The WAJ Magazine Fall Release Party – of course! Saturday night, as Frankie Edgar and TobiasEats hosted the event, they made sure every guest had an unforgettable night. With irresistible cocktails, delicious appetizers, and a live viewing of Champ and The Tramp Podcast (co-hosted by Roger Mathews), we can confidently say this weekend was a fun one.

The party was held in Hoboken, and guests enjoyed delicious food and drinks

The party in Hoboken was certainly one for the books! It was filled with laughter, lively conversation, and a wide variety of scrumptious food and drinks. All of the guests were thrilled to be able to devour some delicious bites, which ranged from classic bar food favorites to some truly unique delights. The drinks flowed through the night with a special shout-out to Neatly Spiked. Check out some photos below:

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WAJ Magazine co-owner Bee Papino gave a special thanks regarding everyone's support for the magazine's latest issue


We are humbled and excited at WAJ Magazine for the explosive success of our latest issue! Our amazing community of readers — from all walks of life — came out in full force to show their support. We want to give a special thanks to everyone who picked up a copy, especially those who went the extra mile and shared it with friends. Without each and every one of you, this issue wouldn’t have gone as far as it did. So thank you all from the bottom of our hearts. Check out some of the Red Carpet photos below: For more red carpet photos from the night, please check out Daniel Shawell !

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Guests had a great time mingling and dancing the night away with DJ Big Mike

The party went off with a bang! Guests were mingling, chatting, having fun, and getting their dance on with the masterful beats of DJ Big Mike. From a slow sway to singing at the top of our lungs, Mike had everyone in the house feeling the vibes. His set made for an unforgettable evening filled with laughter and good energy. Thanks to Frankie Edgar and TobiasEats for hosting such a fun event! The event that Frankie Edgar and TobiasEats hosted was absolutely unforgettable! WAJ and our co-hosts came together to create a great night for everyone who attended. We were fed delicious food, treated to great drinks, surrounded by friends and strangers alike, and entertained with music from start to finish. Best of all, Frankie and Tobias made every person feel welcome and special. Our gratitude goes out to them for putting so much effort into hosting such an unforgettable event.

If you missed it, be sure to get a copy of WAJ Magazine's latest issue—it's packed full of interesting articles. Can't wait for everyone to see what we have coming up next! Check out the recap video below from Shelly!

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