Indy News Update #3 for December 6, 2011
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Pittsburgh – KSWA Wrestling at the Lawrenceville Moose: La Lucha & Ric Rumskey defeated Jonny Axx & The Blood Beast…”Dr. Devastation” Lou Martin defeated Joey Quervo… Shane Starr defeated Kris Kash to win the K.S.W.A. Jr. Heavyweight Title in a Gauntlet Match…Jay Flash defeated Bobby Badfingers to win the K.S.W.A. Golden Triangle Title…Lord Zoltan & Justin Sane defeated Drew Belanger & J.P. Goulet to retain the K.S.W.A. Tag Team Titles…Mitch Napier defeated Shawn Blanchard, The Latin Assassin & Ali Kaida to win the K.S.W.A. Heavyweight Title in a Fatal Four Way Match…”Dr. Devastation” Lou Martin defeated Mitch Napier to win the K.S.W.A. Heavyweight Title
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NWS Internet News Update For Week Of 12/04
Former ECW Star New Jack Gets Back To Basics, Former WWE “Rocker” Marty Janetty Debuts, Nasty Versus Rude, 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
This 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.
He’s formerly one-half of one of the most famous high-flying tag-teams of all time, The Rockers… he’s former WWE and NWA TV superstar Marty Janetty, and he’ll be making his first appearance right here in the Dunellen, NJ area for popular tri-state area pro wrestling promotion National Pro Wrestling Superstars this coming Saturday night December 10th at 7:35pm at the Dunellen Knights Of Columbus Hall (647 Grove Street, just off Washington Avenue and Route 28, minutes from Routes 22 and 287).
This will be NWS’ last show before the 2011 holidays, but the holiday spirit of Peace On Earth and Goodwill Towards Men will be nowhere to be found that night, as NWS will close out the year with “Season’s Beatings”. And in the Main Event, the aforementioned Marty Janetty will battle another TV star of sorts, the man who proclaims himself as the star of National Geographic TV’s pro wrestling special “Slammed!”, Danny Inferno, as the two will attempt to inflict the biggest beating of the season on one another.
There will also be appearances by the current NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion, 2011 J-Cup winner “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, and the newly-crowned NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie and, plus Team Thunder Horse (Indian Chief Draven & “The Warrior” Jack Spade), The Gavone Brothers (Smilin’ Smith & Big Vic), Jeff “Cannonball” Guerrero, Fast Eddie Franken, “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm, Chris “Boom-Boom” Powers, plus many more.
Tickets are only $19 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
Tickets for this weekend’s shows are still 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. Remaining seats, if any, will go on sale at the door one hour before bell time.
Results From Last Weekend
National Wrestling Superstars kicked off another huge double-shot weekend on Friday night December 2nd with a return to the Kenilworth, NJ Veterans Center. And even in these tough economic times and busy holiday shopping season, NWS proves to be the entertainment of choice once again, as a sellout crowd turned out to cheer on their favorites.
The show opened with an Eight-Man Battle Royal, where the winner would go on to face NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie in a Steel Cage Match in Parlin, NJ the following night. The participants were: Fast Eddie “Spaghetti” Franken, The Lonesome Dove, Snake-Eyez, Wrestling Matt, The Funky White Boy, Jeff “Cannonball” Guerrero, Adam Touney, and “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm. After all the participants pounded on one another for a few minutes, Lonesome Dove was the first to be eliminated by Guerrero, Snake-Eyez, and Wrestling Matt. The same trio then turned their attention to Fast Eddie, who was also eventually eliminated. The remaining men all turned their attention on the biggest man in the ring, Guerrero, and pummeled him back and forth, until Funky staggered him with a dropkick and Fehrm and Snake-Eyez dumped him over the top rope. While the two were congratulating each other, Wrestling Matt and Touney clotheslined them out, leaving only them and Funky. Funky and Matt joined forces to eliminate Touney, and then the two battled for a few minutes until Funky eliminated Touney to be the last man in the ring.
Winner: Funky White Boy
Before Funky could leave the ring, out came the aforementioned NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie himself, along with “Low-Life” Louie Ramos, Steve “Monsta” Mack, G.Q. Marshall, and “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans. They surrounded Funky and threw him out of the ring, and Smoothie warned his old friend that he would literally hang him from the steel cage like a piece of meat the following night in Parlin. He then went on to brag that he and his partner G.Q. Marshall would destroy Chris “Boom Boom” Powers and former WWE star Marty Janetty in their tag-team match later that night. Monsta Mack took the mic and bragged how he and his manager Louis Ramos would take care of former ECW hardcore icon New Jack as well.
The second match of the evening was a tag-team attraction pitting Ryan Angus & The Wasp against the popular duo of Mister Nick Gregory and the dancing Hillbilly Justin Blackwell. Angus and Wasp attacked their opponents before the bell. Nick was double-teamed for several minutes until he was able to tag in Justin who cleaned house on both opponents. Angus and Wasp attempted to attack Nick more, but Nick and Justin came back, and Angus eventually lost patience with his partner and left the ring, leaving Wasp to be the victim pf a huge splash and pin from Justin.
Winners: Mister Nick Gregory & Hillbilly Justin Blackwell
After the match, Hillbilly Justin and Nick Gregory danced in celebration until Nick suddenly turned on Justin, attacked him, and left the ring.
The next match of the evening was a match no one wanted to see happen, as former best friends and tag-team partners Jersey Shore Jocks Mike Dennis and Mike D’Andrea faced off against each other, with their fathers John Dennis and Dave D’Andrea in their respective corners. With emotions between the two families running high, the fathers were quick to get involved in the match, and it eventually turned into a four-man brawl, and the referee eventually called for the bell and threw out the match.
Winner: None (double disqualification)
Acting Commissioner Johnny Falco announed that the only way to settle this family feud was to have a father and son versus father and son tag-team grudge match, when NWS returns to the Union area in mid-February.
During Intermission, former WWE star Marty Janetty and former ECW hardcore icon New Jack posed for pictures in the ring with the fans.
After intermission, the next match was a huge tag-team showdown with former WWE & NWA tag-team star Marty Janetty and his partner Chris “Boom Boom” Powers taking on the duo of NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie and G.Q. Marshall, who were accompanied by their “bodyguard” NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans. Janetty and Powers dominated for the first few minutes of the match, but Smoothie and Marshall turned the tide and took over. Janetty and Powers came back to dominate, and Powers was on the verge of a victory when interference from Oceans caused him to be pinned.
Winners: “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie & G.Q. Marshall
Nicky Oceans could not resist the opportunity to taunt Marty Janetty on his loss. Janetty took the microphone and said he had an open challenge for the following night in Parlin, and declared that Oceans would be his opponent, and that he would get his revenge.
The next match was another tag-team grudge match as Steve “The Gipper” Gipke & “Tuff” Tony Scorace took on the team of Too Hot And Dangerous (“Too Hot” Steve Scott & Nick Talent). Scott and Talent attacked Gipke and Scorace before the introductions were even completed. The two teams battled back and forth, and eventually the brawl spilled out to the floor and all four men were counted out as they fought all the way back to the locker room.
Winners: None (double countout)
The Main Event of the evening was Kenilworth’s first ever First Blood Match, as Steve “Monsta” Mack, with his manager “Low Life” Louis Ramos, took on “The original ECW gangsta” New Jack. The match was a furious battle, with New Jack holding the advantage most of the match. Towards the end, New Jack attacked Low Life Louis outside the ring and busted him open. New Jack and Mack went back at it in the ring, but the referee took a hit and was knocked down. New Jack tossed Mack into Louis, and the two collided heads which busted open Mack as well. The referee got up, saw Mack busted open, and awarded the match to New Jack.
Winner: New Jack
New Jack was not content, and said he would get revenge for the double-teaming tonight by challenging both Monsta Mack and Louis Ramos to a Handicap STEEL CAGE match the following night in Parlin, saying that was his true domain and they thought tonight was bloody, wait until tomorrow!
NWS brought its double-shot weekend to a crescendo of a conclusion on Saturday night December 3rd with their first-ever appearance at Parlin, NJ’s St. Bernadette’s Church Lourdes Parish Hall. It was an extra-special treat for the area fans, as no less than *FOUR* TV wrestling legends were on hand, and it was also “Steel Cage Mania” night, with two main event steel cage matches. And it was also a treat for NWS management, as it was another sellout crowd, with extra seats having to be added at bell time, and still a big standing-room-only crowd as well.
The show opened with The Sicilian Mob’s Richard Michaels taking on NWS newcomer Kidd Kyle. The veteran Michaels asserted his power early, by Kyle hung in there, and after fighting off a superplex attempt by Michaels, Kyle hit him with a diving head butt from the top rope and pinned him 1-2-3.
Winner: Kidd Kyle.
The second match was a Three-Way Dance between Canada’s J.T. Highlander, “Retro Ricker” Rikki Roxx, and “Jersey Shore Madman” Slayer. The match started off at a fast pace with all three high-fliers going back and forth, and no one man holding the advantage. After a few minutes, Retro Rocker and Highlander spilled out to the floor and brawled with each other, until Slayer dived from the top rope and took them both out. The three continued brawling on the floor until the referee counted all three of them out.
Winner: None (triple countout)
The next match, introduced by guest ring announcer Old Bridge councilman Reggie Butler, was a non-title Grudge Match from the previous night, pitting NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, accompanied by Steve “Monsta” Mack and “Low Life” Louis Ramos, against former WWE & NWA tag-team star Marty Janetty, who was managed by St. Bernadette’s Knights Of Columbus member Big Billy Bathe. Oceans and his entourage threatened to attack Janetty before the match, but into the ring came former ECW hardcore icon New Jack, who kept them outside the ring, and promised he would leave both Monsta Mack and Ramos lifeless in their Handicap Steel Cage Match later that night. After New Jack left, the match began and the veteran Janetty dominated Oceans early on. But after Janetty missed a charge into the corner, Oceans took over, and with outside help from Mack and Ramos, he dominated Janetty for several minutes. But Janetty roared back, and after hitting a superkick that would have made his former partner Shawn Michaels proud, looked like he would get the pin right there. Monsta Mack jumped onto the apron to distract the referee and Janetty, and when Janetty went after Mack, Oceans tried to take advantage of the distraction and charged Janetty from behind. But Janetty saw him coming and ducked out of the way, and Oceans collided with Mack instead. A stunned Oceans was schoolboy-rolled by Janetty and pinned 1-2-3!
Winner: Marty Janetty
The fourth match was another high-flier showdown, pitting the returing G.Q. Marshall (who insisted on his name being pronounced “Mar-SHALL”) against “Firebird” Jorge Santis. The two battled back and forth for several minutes. Late in the match Marshall missed a running knee to the corner and Jorge roared back on offense. But Jorge made one too many mistakes as he missed a moonsault from the top rope, and Marshall took him down with a flatliner and got the 1-2-3.
Winner: G.Q. Marshall
The next match was a special bonus non-title tag-team “Rude Vs. Nasty” challenge match, pitting NWS Tag-Team Champions The 2 Rude Dudes (Rampage Rogers & “Corrupted” Corey Havoc) against former WWE & WCW Tag-Team Champions The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs). This was hardly a contest, as Knobbs and Saggs proved they hadn’t lost a step since their TV days and dominated Havoc and Rampage from the opening bell, putting both opponents into the Armpit of Doom and pummeling them hard. Havoc and Rampage’s attempt to double-team Knobbs fell short when Knobbs made the two collide with each other, then splashed and covered Havoc for the 1-2-3.
Winners: The Nasty Boys
During intermission, The Nasty Boys & New Jack & Marty Janetty signed autographs and posed for pictures with the fans, as the always-crack NWS ring crew quickly assembled the steel cage around the ring for the two main event matches.
The first of the two Steel Cage Main Event matches pitted NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie against the winner of the previous night’s Battle Royal, The Funky White Boy. The two men were no strangers to each other, having been both partners and opponents in NWS’ Delaware affiliate FWF, and they tore into each other from the get-go. Funky dominated early, tossing Smoothie all around the ring and into the cage wall. But when Funky went for a hurricanrana off the ringpost, Smoothie shoved him off and turned the match in his favor. The two battled back and forth for the next several minutes, with Smoothie stomping a chair into Funky’s “nether region” and leveling him with a devastating dropick, and Funky blocking a chair shot and suplexing Smoothie. After several near-falls by both men, Smoothie began to dominate again, hitting a double-underhook bulldog and a Pedigree on Funky. Smoothie then placed a chair on top of the prone Funky and climbed all the way to the top of the cage to finish off Funky with a moonsault. Unfortunately for Smoothie, Funky recovered enough to move out of the way and Smoothie’s awe-inspiring dive hit only canvas. Funky hit a neckbreaker on Smoothie, then placed the chair in the corner and threw Smoothie into it. But when Funky went for an Avalanche on Smoothie, Smoothie moved out of the way and Funky collided with the chair instead. Smoothie placed the chair on top of Funky again, and again went to the top of the cage, and delivered a successful Leg Drop Across The Delaware on Funky and pinned him 1-2-3.
Winner and still NWS Cruiserweight Champion: “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie
The second of the two Steel Cage Main Event matches was a Handicap Match with Steve “Monsta” Mack and “Low Life” Louis Ramos taking on former ECW “original gangsta” New Jack. All three men brought their own arsenal of weapons to the cage (steel chairs, plates, kitchen utensils, and other assorted items). The match was a violent bloodbath from the beginning, with New Jack using a fork to bust open both Monsta Mack and Ramos early on. Ramos came back and smashed a glass plate into New Jack and busted him open with a fork of his own, and Mack added to the assault by hitting New Jack with a metal plate and further busting him open. But New Jack came back and took down Ramos with another glass plate to his head, and some chair shots, including one to his “nether region”. New Jack then took his fork and further busted open Mack, then opened the cage door and threw Mack out onto the floor. New Jack once again dug his fork into Mack’s forehead, and left him laying in a bloody mess on the floor outside the cage. Ramos dragged New Jack back into the cage and tried to take him down some more, but New Jack reversed things and smashed Ramos into the cage wall. New Jack then picked up a blue guitar, played a few notes of a blues tune, then smashed the guitar over Ramos’ head and covered him 1-2-3 for the pin.
Winner: New Jack
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Other Upcoming Shows
National Wrestling Superstars will be taking a break for the holidays, and will return to action on Saturday night January 21, 2012 in Stirling, NJ, with a huge joint show with its sister all-ladies promotion Women Superstars Uncensored. Stay tuned for further details.
NWS wishes its fans a happy holiday season and a good New Year 2012!
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.
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