Indy News Update #5 for November 21, 2011
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NWS Internet News Update For Week Of 11/21

Results From Kearny & Edison As Brains Battle Worms, Former ECW & WCW Star Crowbar Returns, An NWS Mainstay Returns, Former WWE & WCW Tag-Team Champions Coming To NWS, And More

Hello NWS fans! This is your weekly update on what’s happened, what is happening now, and what is going to happen soon in the nation’s leading family-friendly pro wrestling promotion, National Wrestling Superstars.

Upcoming Shows This Weekend

No shows this weekend. NWS returns to action with a two-show weekend on December 2nd. (See below).
NWS wishes its fans a happy Thanksgiving holiday!
Results From Last Weekend

National Wrestling Superstars kicked off a “Monster Mash” double-shot weekend with a return to Kearny, NJ High School on Friday night November 18th with a solid turnout from the fans.
The show opened with a tag-team contest featuring the devious duo of NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans & The Illegal Outer Space Alien taking on NWS Jersey Shore Champion The Jersey Kidd & The Wold Famous TV Wrestling Clown. The Clown had the audience in stitches the first few minutes with lots of comedy & hijinx. Oceans and The Alien came back to dominate, but the veteran Clown prevailed and scored the victory in the end.
Winners: The Jersey Kidd & The Wold Famous TV Wrestling Clown.
In the next bout, “The Cold Hearted Playa” Danny Demanto, making his return to NWS action, took on former Jersey Shore Jocks member Mike Dennis. The much quicker Dennis dominated most of the bout, but in the end Demanto proved that nothing has changed with him, as he resorted to using a foreign object to knock out Dennis and get the victory.
Winner: “The Cold Hearted Playa” Danny Demanto.
The next bout was a high-fliers showdown featuring “Too Hot” Steve Scott, with his career advisor “Mr. National Geographic” Danny Inferno, taking on high-school-wrestler-turned-pro Fast Eddie Franken. Before the bout, Danny took the microphone, insulted the fans and his opponent, and talked about being the star of the National Georgraphic pro wrestling special “Slammed” (which he referred to as “The Danny Inferno Show”). He also told the crowd that his opponent later that night, former ECW & WCW star Crowbar, has no chance of beating him. After finally yielding the microphone, the bout finally started and Fast Eddie surprised Steve Scott with an offensive flurry early on. Inferno interfered from the outside, distracting Fast Eddie and the referee, and gave the advantage to Scott. But Fast Eddie came back and after a few near-falls on Scott, Danny leaped into the ring and attacked Fast Eddie as the referee called for the bell. Then out from the back came the aforementioned Crowbar, and he and Danny almost began their match right on the spot until they were separated.
Winner: None (match ruled a no-contest).
After intermission, the first of the two main events of the night took place, as “Mr. National Geographic” Danny Inferno took on former ECW and WCW hardcore icon Crowbar. The two battled furiously in the ring, but after about ten minutes the fight spilled onto the floor and the two brawled all the way into the back as the referee counted both men out.
Winner: None (double countout).
The next bout had the newly-crowned NWS Tag-Team Champions The 2 Rude Dudes (“Rampage” Rogers & NWS Hardcore Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc) making their first title defense against the duo of Manuel Manny Moore & Smith James. The new champions still had the momentum of their victory, and their teamwork dominated Manny and Smith James, with Rampage eventually pinning manny to retain the titles.
Winners and still NWS Tag-Team Champions: The 2 Rude Dudes.
The final bout of the evening was the “Monster Mash” Main Event pitting former ECW star The Zombie against former WWE worm-eating alumnus The Boogeyman. The two monster combatants, already familiar with each other from previous encounters in the NWS ring, battled all over the building, including all the up in the bleacer seats where they tried to pitch one another off the top. They eventually returned to the ring, and Boogeyman finished off Zombie with a powerbomb, and gave him a face-full of worms to seal the victory.
Winner: The Boogeyman.
National Wrestling Superstars concluded its “Monster Mash” double-shot weekend with a return to Edison, NJ’s St. Matthews School on Saturday night November 19th, and as always the St. Matthews and Edison area fans came though with a large and enthusiastic crowd on hand.
The opening contest featured Edison’s own Tim Hughes taking on “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm. Hughes taunted Fehrm early on, calling him a “geek”, but that only spurred on Fehrm to a flurry of offense. The two battled back and forth until Hughes missed a running avalanche in the corner and Fehrm went for his “Nerd Cutter” finisher on Hughes. But Hughes powered Fehrm off and hit an inverted side slam on Fehrm and got the victory.
Winner: Tim Hughes.
The next contest saw the newly-crowned NWS Tag-Team Champions The 2 Rude Dudes (“Rampage” Rogers & NWS Hardcore Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc), managed by Gigalo Joe Jones, defend their belts against The Rock And Roll Lords (NWS Jersey Shore Champion The Jersey Kidd & “Retro Rocker” Rikki Roxx), managed by St. Matthews Athletic Director Darren Venture. Before the match, Joe Jones told the crowd that his 2 Rude Dudes could defeat any opposition, NWS could bring them, and also told them that he had former ECW star The Zombie under a spell and would guide him to victory over former WWE star The Boogeyman later that night. The bout finally got under way, and Roxx and Jersey Kidd kept Havoc and Rampage at bay early on with high-flying offense. Havoc and Rampage eventually isolated Roxx in their corner for several minutes and double-teamed him, but could not put him away, and after blocking a big boot from Rampage, Roxx put him down with an enziguri kick and tagged in Jersey Kidd, who cleaned house on both opponents. After a flying elbow drop from Roxx, Roxx and The Kidd had both Dudes down for the count, but Joe Jones took out Darren Venture and leaped up onto the ring apron to distract the referee. While Jersey Kidd went after Joe Jones, Corey Havoc sneaked in a bag of powder and threw it in Roxx’s face. Rampage and Havoc then picked up the blinded Roxx and powerbombed him from the top rope and pinned him 1-2-3.
Winners and still NWS Tag-Team Champions: The 2 Rude Dudes.
The third bout was a three-way dance featuring Chrissy “Cobra” Powers, the debut’ing Maxxim, and former Jersey Shore Jocks member Mike Dennis. Powers refused to shake hands with Dennis and Maxxim, who threw him out of the ring and commenced fighting one-on-one. The three fought inside and outside the ring until Dennis took out Maxxim in the corner with a knee and went to the top rope to deliver a flying splash. Powers knocked him off his perch temporarily and tried to cover Maxxim himself, but Dennis recovered and took out Powers with a flying leg drop, then F-5’ed him and covered him for the pin.
Winner: Mike Dennis.
The fourth bout was announced as a non-title match, with NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, who was acconmpanied by manager Gigalo Joe Jones and his entourage of Bobby Youngblood & Danny Demanto, against Edison high school wrestler turned pro Fast Eddie Franken, who had Darren Venture in his corner. Youngblood came to the ring on crutches with his knee in a brace, and accused Fast Eddie of being disguised as Neko The Monkey Man last month and taking out his knee. Oceans said he was in a giving mood because of the holiday season, and offered to make the match a title match. But before the match could start, acting Commissioner Courtney P. announced that Danny Demanto had not signed the contract to be at ringside for the match and ordered him to leave ringside. The bout got under way and Fast Eddie initially stunned Oceans with a flurry of offense, but the veteran Oceans, with interference from the outside, took control. But Eddie eventually battled back, and after a flying neckbreaker and a series of flying dropkicks, had Oceans down for the count. Joe Jones jumped on the ring apron to distract the referee from the pinfall, but Darren Venture took him out. Bobby Youngblood picked up a “Wet Floor” sign to distract the referee further, but Darren Venture took that away too and used it to take out Youngblood. Back in the ring, Oceans want for a powerslam, but Eddie reversed it into a Tornado DDT and covered him for the pin, but Danny Demanto ran to the ring and pulled the referee out of the ring, who immediately called for the bell.
Winner (by disqualification): Fast Eddie Franken. (Nicky Oceans retains the NWS Junior Heavyweight Title.)
After the bell, Oceans and Demanto continued the beatdown on Fast Eddie, with Rampage Rogers and Corey Havoc and Bobby Youngblood joining in. Then from out of the back came Rikki Roxx, The Jersey Kidd, Mike Dennis, B. Fehrm, and Maxxim, andit turned into a free-for-all in the ring . But then from out of the back came the former ECW Zombie, and then former WWE star The Boogeyman, who cleaned house of all the other wrestlers, then stared into each other’s faces like they were ready to face off right there. But Joe Jonesleaped onto the apron holding a shiny object on a chain, which he had used to hypnotize Zombie under his “spell”, and slowly Zombie backed off and left the ring.
During intermission, The Boogeyman posed for pictures in the ring with the fans (who had to sidestep all the worms crawling around ringside).
The next match had “The Cold-Hearted Playa” Dammy Demanto, with manager Gigalo Joe Jones, taking on luchador Manuel Manny Moore. Manny tried to use his luchador skills early on, but Demanto’s size and strength eventually gave him the advantage. Manny fought back and was actually able to nail Demanto with a 6-1-9, but then missed a running avalanche into the corner, and Demanto plantedManny into the mat with a running piledriver and got the 1-2-3.
Winner: “The Cold-Hearted Playa” Danny Demanto.
The final match of the evening was the “Monster Mash” Main Event, pitting former ECW star The Zombie, who was led to the ring by manager Gigalo Joe Jones (who still apparently had him under his spell), against former WWE star The Boogeyman, with Darren Venture in his corner. The two picked up right where they had left off the previous night, furiously fighting all over the St. Matthews Gym, smashing each other into trash cans, tables, and anything else they could find. They even battled up to a second-floor balcony in the gym and tried to throw each other off, hitting each other with more foreign objects. The fight eventually returned to the gym floor and the ring. Joe Jones was furious at Zombie for not being able to put away Boogeyman, and started shoving him. An angry Zombie shoved him back and knocked him to the ground. Boogeyman took advantage of the distraction and nailed Zombie with a pump-handle slam and got the three-count.
Winner: The Boogeyman.
After the match, Boogeyman seized Joe Jones and gave him a pump-handle slam into the mat. Then as the crowd cheered him on, Boogeyman took a mouthful of worms and smeared them all over Joe Jones’ face, and The Zombie seized NWS referee Sargeant Jimmy Storm and gave him a faceful of worms as well. The kids came into the ring and did wild dancing with Boogeyman as the show closed.
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Other Upcoming Shows

Friday night December 2nd, NWS returns to the Kenilworth, NJ Veterans Center (33 South 21st Street, just off The Boulevard, minutes from the Parkway) with a 7:45pm bell time.
NWS has built up a huge fan base in the Union/Kenilworth area with many outstanding shows over the past few years, but this one may top them all, as headlining this event will be the first NWS appearance of a member of one of the most famous high-flying tag-teams of all time, former WWE “Rockers” member Marty Janetty.
And from the high-flying to the hard-hitting, another TV wrestling legend will also be appearing, none other than former ECW hardcore icon New Jack. This “original ECW gangsta” will have a tough road to hoe in Kenilworth, as he will be in a “First Blood” Match against northeast veteran big man Steve “Monsta” Mack who will have the dangerous “Low Life” Louis Ramos in his corner), where the first wrestler to draw blood from his opponent wins.
As the fans at the last Union area NWS show witnessed, sometimes wrestling can get truly personal, and in Kenilworth, a pair of formerly life-long personal friends Mike Dennis and Chris D’Andrea, who recently made up the duo of NWS Tag-Team Champions The Jersey Shore Jocks, will do something they (and the fans) though they would never do… climb into the ring and battle each other one-on-one. Each blames the other partner and their respective father for the title loss, and with their fathers at ringside as well, this match has the potential to turn even uglier than the aforementioned First Blood Match.
There will also be an Eight-Man Battle Royal that night, where the winner will be rewarded with a spot in a Steel Cage match at the following night’s NWS show. Plus appearances by other regional and local pro mat stars including the new NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, Steve “The Gipper” Gipke, “Tough” Tony Scorace, Mr. Nick Gregory, Ryan Angus, “Too Hot” Steve Scott, Nick Talent, “Hillbilly” Justin Blackwell, Chrissy “Boom-Boom” Powers, and much more.
Tickets are only $19 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
Saturday night December 3rd, NWS makes its debut appearance at Parlin, NJ’s St. Bernadette’s Church Lourdes Parish Center (20 Villanova Road, just off Ernston Road, minutes from Routes 9, 35, and the Parkway), with a 7:35pm bell time.
NWS has built up a huge fan base in the Sayreville/Parlin area with many outstanding shows over the past few years, but this one may top them all, as this will be a special “Steel Cage Mania” night, with two matches being held in the confines of that ultimate wrestling battleground, a fifteen-foot-high steel cage. One of those two steel cage matches will include the former ECW TV hardcore icon who calls himself “the original ECW gangsta”, the one and only New Jack. Fans of the original ECW will know that New Jack harbors absolutely no fear of any combat environment… for “the original ECW gangsta”, the tougher the better.
But that’s only the proverbial tip of the iceberg, as that night will also see the first area appearance in NWS of a member of one of the most famous high-flying tag-teams of all time, former WWE “Rockers” member Marty Janetty.
And if even that weren’t enough, hold onto your hats… NWS management has just announced that one of the toughest and most colorful tag-teams of all time will also be coming to Parlin… making their first area appearance in a long time… none other than former WWE & WCW stars Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs, the one and only Nasty Boys!
There will also be appearances by the new NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie and the current NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion, 2011 J-Cup winner “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, the Jersey Shore lunatic wrestler Slayer, Firebird Jorge Santi, and many more, including special guest manager Captain Billy Bathe and special guest ring announcer Reggie Butler.
Tickets are only $20 for adults and $18 for kids and seniors.
Saturday night December 10th, NWS closes out 2011 with “Season’s Beatings” as it returns to the Dunellen, NJ Knights Of Columbus Hall (647 Grove Street, just off Washington Avenue and Route 28, minutes from Routes 22 and 287) with a 7:35pm bell time.
As the holidays will be just around the corner, this card is appropriately named “Season’s Beatings”, and one unlucky wrestler will be getting a high-flying beating, courtesy of none other than former WWE “Rockers” tag-team member Marty Janetty.
There will also be appearances by the star of National Geographic TV’s pro wrestling special “Slammed!”, Danny Inferno, the new NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie and the current NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion, 2011 J-Cup winner “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, plus Team Thunder Horse (Indian Chief Draven & “The Warrior” Jack Spade), The Gavone Brothers (Smilin’ Smith & Big Vic), Jeff “Cannonball” Guerrero, plus many more.
Tickets are only $19 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
Tickets for all upcoming shows are available by calling the NWS box office at (732) 888-1704. All major charge cards are accepted, and group rates are available for groups of ten or more.
Keep reading this publication, as more details will be announced in the coming weeks.
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