Indy News Update #3 for January 31, 2012
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1/31- CWE Announces New Match Maker

With “Hotshot” Danny Duggan’s monumental win against CWE Champion Mentallo on January 27th Canadian Wrestling’s Elite has officially re-gained control of the company from the Alliance of Defiance. With the rebel group no longer in the day to day operations of the company a change in management and direction is imminent. After interviewing many qualified candidates the board of directors has made it’s final decision.

On Thursday, March 8th at Cowboy’s Roadhouse “The Mecca” Shane Madison makes his official return to CWE! A cornerstone of Manitoba wrestling Shane Madison has arguably been the most influential and one of the biggest contributors to the Winnipeg wrestling scene since arriving in 1999. The now retired “Mecca” at one time was the poster boy of any company he stepped in the ring for and has headlined many of the provinces biggest shows against the industries biggest opponents.

When CWE started operations Madison came of retirement to offer his experience and insight to the debuting company with a great run in 2009 which in ended in October 2009 at Simply the Best in a three match against best friend Jon Cutler and WWE superstar Val Venis.

With the company launching into a new venture at Cowboy’s Roadhouse it needed someone capable of guiding the company into bigger and better things. The always opinionated Madison has the experience and credentials to back him up and quickly became the front runner for the position with a detailed game plan to have CWE rise to the next level.

The in ring retired competitor has settled down in the Windsor Park area and looks forward to the big debut right in his neighborhood on March 8th. With the turning of the tide in CWE’s direction we can only wait til March 8th to see what “The Mecca” has in store in 2012.

Stay posted to www.cwecanada.ca


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**BREAKING NEWS**

THE “TERRITORY LEAGUE” & F3 ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCE
THE FIRST ANNUAL RODNEY ANOA’I CHAMPIONSHIP CUP –PROFESSIONAL TEAM WRESTLING AT IT’S FINEST
LOS ANGELES, CA (Jan 30, 2012) -The first annual “Rodney Anoa’i Cup” will take place on March, 27th 2012, 8:00 PM. (Red Carpet 7:00 PM) at the world famous Avalon Night Club in Hollywood, CA.
Professional Wrestling superstars will descend into one of the most epic venues for a head-to-head showdown with only one team claiming victory! With the glorious “Rodney Anoa’i Championship Cup” on the line, these men will stop at nothing to stomp the competition and reign supreme over the TERRITORY LEAGUE!
The night will feature legendary Wrestling Superstars such as The Real Rikishi Fatu, Vampire Warrior Gangrel, Gene Snitsky, Brian Christopher (aka Grand Master Sexay), Black Pearl, Scottie 2 Hottie, and many more.
For the past 9 months TERRITORY LEAGUE teams have given their all and now it all comes down to one night with the following four teams all vying for “The Rodney Anoa’i Championship Cup”
The Los Angeles Templars
The Hollister Hooligans
The Las Vegas High Rollers
Reno Scum
The evening will begin with a red carpet packed with celebrities and wrestling legends. Fans from across the country will enjoy an evening they won’t forget, with 8 fully stocked bars, an intelligent entertainment system and the once in a lifetime experience of witnessing LIVE the very first TERRITORY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP!

VIP packages and General Admission tickets are ON SALE now and can be purchased through our website at http://www.territoryleague.com Ticket prices are $40.00, $30.00 and $20.00.

The TERRITORY LEAGUE features TEAMS of wrestlers representing their respective cities in exciting divisional matches including: Heavyweight, Tag-Team, Cruiser Weight and Luchadores.

Trailer & More Info at http://www.territoryleague.com/prpage.html


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NWS Internet News Update For Week Of 01/30: First NWS Double-Shot Of 2012 Produces Double Blockbuster Crowds, New Champions Crowned, Brains And Worms, Ladders And Tables And Chairs, 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 Friday night February 3rd, NWS debuts at a new Jersey Shore venue, Neptune, NJ’s West Grove Methodist Church Hall (102 Walnut Street, just off Route 33, minutes from Route 18 and the Parkway) with a 7:45pm bell time.
His name is Finlay (former WWE TV star Fit Finlay to be precise)… and he loves to fight! That was how this former TV wrestling superstar from the United Kingdom was introduced each week, and the fans will get to hear those golden words once again, as Finlay will headline a night of NWS action this coming Friday night. The fans will also be treated to the antics of the WWE’s former lovable character The World Famous TV Wrestling Clown, and popular Jersey Shore big man The Atomic Dog.
NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, and NWS Jersey Shore Champion The Jersey Kidd will also be on hand in Neptune, plus Damien Darling, Marcus Streets, Sargeant Jimmy Storm, Merrill “The Prodigy” Richardson, Bobby Youngblood, Jumbo Joe Gunns, Big Jeff Noyze, Dylan Dollars, manager Alex “The Bear” Pinnix, and more.
Tickets are only $20 for adults and $18 for kids and seniors.
This Saturday night February 4th, NWS returns to the Bayshore area at Keyport, NJ’s St. Joseph’s Church Gym (364 Maple Place, just off Route 35 near Parkway Exit 117) with a 7:35pm bell time.
Former WWE star Fit Finlay will make an encore appearance in Keyport, and he is just one of *four* former TV superstars the fans will see. Also on hand will be a man who spent years fighting no-holds-barred style, former WCW and ECW hardcore icon Crowbar. Also seeing action in Keyport will be a pair of former WWE TV stars who are sons of The “Original Wild Samoan” Afa, Samoan wrestling family brothers Samu and Manu. There will also be an appearance by the wrestler known as Mor-ta-da (a “tribute” to the former WCW Mortiss character).
And speaking of no-holds-barred fighting, the fans will also be treated to a three-way Ladders-Tables-Chairs “Money-In-The-Bank” match, where contenders “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans & The Jersey Kidd & Marcus Streets will battle each other in a no-holds-barred fight to climb a ladder and retrieve a briefcase containing a guaranteed NWS title shot.
Former NWS Tag-Team Champions The Two Rude Dudes (“Corrupted” Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers) will take on the duo of B.F. Saluka & Jumbo Joe Gunns, plus there will be appearances by NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, “Outlaw” Shane O’Brien, Shock, Big Bill Mills, Smith James, Chill Will, and much more!
Tickets are only $20 for ringside seats and $18 for balcony seats.
Tickets for this weekend’s shows are available by calling the NWS box office at (732) 888-1704. All major charge cards are accepted. 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 their first double-shot weekend of 2012 on Friday night January 27th with yet another sellout standing-room-only crowd at their favorite Jersey Shore venue, the Brick, NJ Elks Lodge. With voices cheering and air horms booming, this crowd definitely got their money’s worth that night.
Before the first match, popular area comic and former NWS manager Ryan Maher was introduced as the acting Commissioner. Maher reminded the crowd that he lost a match in this very building years before that forced him to leave NWS, but now he’s back, and he promised to be fair to the wrestlers and fans,
The opening contest saw NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie defend his title against challenger “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm. These two were no strangers to each other, having battled over both the NWS and Delaware-affiliate FWF Cruiserweight belts. The two fought another pitched battle, and Fehrm came ever-so-close to defeating Smoothie, hitting him with a superkick and a “Nerd-Cutter” DDT, and Smoothie just barely kicking out of both pin attempts. Fehrm went for a second superkick, but Smoothie blocked it and hit a Crucifix Slam followed by a flying “Legdrop Across The Delaware” on Fehrm to get the 1-2-3.
Winner and still NWS Cruiserweight Champion: “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie
The second match was a tag-team affair pitting the duo of Mike Mattix and Mark Modest, who were accompanied by “Stellar” Travs Blake, againt NWS Heavyweight Champion Ray-Ray Marz and the Jersey Shore’s lovable lunatic Slayer, with his long-time manager Father Ozzy. The veterans Marz and Slayer dominated early, but effective double-teaming by Modest and Mattix kept Slayer occupied in their corner, until a missed double-team splash allowed Slayer to tag in the champion Marz, who cleaned house on both. All four men battled in the ring, then Slayer and Mattix took their fight outside the ring, leaving Marz and Modest in the ring. Marz leveled Modest with a flying knee and had him covered for the pin, but the referee was on the outside dealing with Mattix and Slayer. With the referee distracted and Father Ozzy trying to keep Slayer away from Mattix, Travis Blake snuck into the ring and leveled Marz with an inverted DDT and rolled Modest on top of him. The referee finally returned to the ring, saw Modest covering Marz, and made the 1-2-3 count.
Winners: Mike Mattix & Mark Modest
A furious Ray Ray Marz demanded a rematch at the next area show in Island Heights in March. Mattix and Modest agreed, but also demanded that Marz put his Heavyweight Title on the line if he and Slayer lose again. Acting Commissionner Ryan Maher agreed, but said that Mattix and Modest must put something on the line as well… if Mattix and Modest lose, Mattix has to eat one of Slayer’s dog biscuits, and Modest has to lick Slayer’s armpit!
The third match was a Two-On-One Handicap Match as A.C. Kewl and Bobby Youngblood joined forces against The Atomic Dog. Kewl and Youngblood together were barely enough to contain Atomic Dog, and the match went back and forth, until miscues between Kewl and Youngblood occurred, and The Dog took advantage. In the end, Kewl and Youngblood both had The Dog caught in the ropes, Kewl took a swing a The Dog, but he ducked and Kool connected with Youngblood instead. An angry Youngblood started shoving Kewl, who shoved back, and the two started brawling inside the ring, then outside the ring, and the referee counted them both out.
Winner (by countout): The Atomic Dog
The brawl continued and it took Security a few minutes to break it up. Kewl and Youngblood both demanded a match against each other in Island Heights in March, and Acting Commissioner Ryan Maher agreed.
The fourth match was one of the two feature matches of the night, pitting “Stellar” Travis Blake (making his first in-ring appearance for NWS in a long time) against former WWE & AWA Tag-Team Champion Marty Janetty, who had Father Ozzy in his corner. Before the match, Travis introduced his friend (and Marty’s rival in NWS) Danny Inferno, who was watching the match from the back. Travis attacked Marty before the bell, but Marty quickly recovered, and the two fought a tough match for several minutes. The veteran Marty eventually began to dominate, and after levelling Travis with a superkick, he went to the top rope to finish him off with a Rockers-style elbow drop. But in a shocking turn of events, he was knocked off the top rope by his own manager Father Ozzy, who came into the ring and attacked Marty further. The attack was joined by Danny Inferno, Corey Havoc, and Rampage Rogers, and it looked grim for Marty. The odds were evened, however, when Johnny Ringo, Rocco Dorsey, and The Atomic Dog ran into the ring and drove the attackers outside. The referee finally called for the bell and threw out the match.
Winner: None (double disqualification).
Marty Janetty was furious at the betrayal, and even Acting Commissioner Ryan Maher, a long-time friend of Inferno and Havoc and Rampage, expressed his disappointment in the turn of events. Janetty challenged Travis and Inferno to meet him and Atomic Dog in a tag-team match in Island Heights in March. Inferno agreed, but suggested it be a six-man tag-team match, with Father Ozzy as their partner. Janetty and The Dog agreed, and after some whispering among them, they called out the wrestler who would be their third team member… none other than NWS Cruiserweight Champion J.D. Smoothie himself! As the crowd cheered, Janetty offered another surprise… as he was an “old” veteran of WWE, he wanted to make the match “old school”… a two-out-of-three-falls match!
During intermission, former WWE star The Boogeyman came out to the ring to take pictures with the fans (the line stretched all around the hall, and intermission had to be extended to accomodate everyone who wanted pictures).
Before the next match, NWS paid tribute to long-time Jersey Shore area fan Darlene Burns, who passed away the previous Fall. A ceremonial five-bell salute was held in her honor.
The fifth match was billed as a “Big Man Showdown”, with “Mr. Varsity” Jeff Noyze taking on Dylan Dollars. Noyze attacked Dollars before the bell and dominated him early, but Dollars came back and knocked Noyze out of the ring. When Security member Kyle Kutz went to check on Noyze, Noyze angrily shoved him off. A few minutes later, after the two had fought more, Noyze was knocked out of the ring again, and again he shoved away Kyle Kutz. When Noyze missed an Avalanche in the corner and was tossed out of the ring again, he shoved away Kyle once again. Noyze got back in the ring, and Kyle, who had had enough, jumped up on the apron and confronted Noyze. Noyze took a swing at Kyle, but Kyle ducked, and meanwhile Dollars snuck up behind Noyze, schoolboy-rolled him up from behind, and got the 1-2-3 pin.
Winner: Dylan Dollars
A furious Jeff Noyze demanded a match against Kyle (who was in fact wrestler-in-training “Kid Kyle” doing Security duty that night) at Island Heights in March. Acting Commissioner Ryan Maher agreed.
The sixth match was an NWS Tag-Team Title match, with current champions The Two Rude Dudes (“Corrupted” Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers) taking on the duo of former rivals turned friends, “Bounty Hunter” Johnny Ringo & former NWA Canadian Champion “Hockey Goon” Rocco Dorsey. Havoc and Rampage stormed the ring before the introductions finished and attacked Ringo and Rocco, but the challengers quickly regained the upper hand, and dominated the champions for the next few minutes. Havoc and Rampage decided they had had enough and did not want to lose the belt, and left the ring and headed to the back, beating up two Security members who tried to stop them. But they were driven back from the locker room to the ring by Marty Janetty, Ray Ray Marz, and The Atomic Dog. They instead headed out the front door (which had no one blocking it). Rocco and Ringo went after them, and the referee counted out all four men.
Winners: None (Double countout. No title change.)
Havoc and Rampage returned to the ring after the bell, and smugly picked up their title belts. The fans boo’ed, and Rocco and Ringo were furious. An agry Acting Commissioner Ryan Maher came to the ring, and said he would have to break his promise of not interfering in the official match results… this match would have a finish, and he ordered it restarted!
As soon as the bell sounded, Havoc and Rampage went on the offensive and double-teamed Ringo for several minutes, but could not put him away, and when Rampage missed a flying elbow from the top, Ringo tagged in Rocco who cleaned house. Havoc and Rampage tried to double up on Rocco and take him out with a flying elbow, but Ringo came back into the ring and shoved Rampage into Havoc, then rolled him up from behind and got the 1-2-3!
Winners and *NEW* NWS Tag-Team Champions: “Bounty Hunter” Johnny Ringo & “Hockey Goon” Rocco Dorsey
Acting Commissioner Ryan Maher congratulated Rocco & Ringo, and announced that Havoc and Rampage would get their return match in Island Heights in March.
The Main Event was the latest chapter in the continuing battle of “Brains Versus Worms” that has been waging all over NWS’ venues, as former ECW star The Zombie took on former WWE star The Boogeyman. Zombie was initially reluctant to get in the ring with Boogeyman, but eventually charged the ring and went on the offensive until Boogeyman reversed things and threw Zombie out. The two battled on the floor, smashing each other with huge garbage cans and the contents therein. They eventually returned to the ring where Boogeyman took over. After hitting an Avalanche in the corner, Boogeyman covered Zombie, the referee claimed Zombie got his shoulder up before three, but Boogeyman thought he had the match won, and in anger he chokeslammed both referee S.P. Anderson and Zombie, and spewed a mouthful of worms on Anderson’s face to the delight of the crowd, then chokeslammed Zombie again and did the same thing to him. Anderson was too sickened to render any decision, and the other referees refused to enter the ring, so ring announcer Johnny Falco asked the crowd to decide the winner, and they were unanimous for The Boogeyman.
Winner: The Boogeyman
National Wrestling Superstars concluded their first double-shot weekend of 2012 on Saturday night January 28th at their always-popular central Jersey venue, the Manville, NJ VFW Hall. Thanks to a better-than-expected walk-up crowd, the hall was practically filled to capacity.
NWS ring announcer Johnny Falco introduced the lovely Destiny as the co-hostess for the evening.
The opening contest was a Three-Way Dance for the NWS Cruiserweight Title with champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie and challengers “Retro Ricker” Ricky Roxx and “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm. Fehrm and Roxx initially tossed the champion out of the ring and went at it one-on-one for a few minutes, but Smoothie returned in time to break up Roxx’s pin attempt on Fehrm after a flying cross-body. Smoothie worked over Roxx for a few minutes, then tossed him out and fought with Fehrm. Fehrm tossed Smoothie out of the ring right in front of Roxx, and the two brawled until Fehrm took them both down with a flying plancha from the top rope. Fehrm and Roxx returned to the ring and fought. Fehrm had Roxx down and went to the top rope, but Smoothie shook the ropes and made Fehrm “spike” himself on the top rope. Roxx tried to take advantage and went for a superplex, but Smoothie came over and seized both of them and planted them into the mat with a “Tower Of Doom” powerbomb. Smoothie then F-5’d both Fehrm and Roxx, then hit his flying “Leg Drop Across The Delaware” on Roxx and pinned him 1-2-3.
Winner and still NWS Cruiserweight Champion: “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie.
The second match was a tag-team grudge match signed in Dunellen last month as The Gavone Brothers (Big Vic & Smiling Smith) took on Team Thunder Horse (Evil Indian Chief Draven & Warrior Jack Spade). The larger Vic and Smith asserted their size advantage at the start, but Draven and Spade were able to use double-teaming tactics to isolate Smith in their corner. But Smith held out and was able to tag in Big Vic, and the two were cleaning house and looking like they were cruising to victory. Then, out of the back came The 2 Rude Dudes, Corey Havoc and Rampage Rogers, who attacked The Gavones and threw powder in both their faces. Havoc low-blowed Vic, and Draven hit him with a DDT and pinned him 1-2-3.
Winners: Team Thunder Horse
The third match was the much-anticipated Ladders-Tables-and-Chairs “Money-In-The-Bank” Match. A briefcase, holding a contract for a guranteed NWS title shot of the holder’s choosing, was suspended from the ceiling. The three participants were The Funky White Boy, Travis Blake, and NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans. The three combatants just plain fought inside and outside the ring for several minutes. Funky White Boy took out both Oceans and Blake outside the ring with a flying plancha, but Oceans and Blake then ganged up on Funky and double-teamed him for a few minutes. Funky reversed the double-teaming with a double-DDT, then went outside the ring and pulled out a ladder from under the ring. Oceans and Blake did a double baseball-slide kick into the ladder and knocked down Funky, the had a tug-of-war over the ladder itself, which Oceans won. Oceans planted the ladder in the center of the ring and began to climb up, but was side-suplexed off by Funky. Blake attacked Funky in the corner, and Oceans made another attempt to climb the ladder but was knocked off by Blake. Blake tried to make the climb but was powerbombed off by Funky. Funky then made his attempt to climb but was knocked off by Oceans. Funky went outside the ring and brought in a table, but was attacked by Oceans and the two fought it out. Oceans blocked a big boot from Funky and took him down with an Enziguri Kick of his own, only to be attacked and thrown out of the ring by Blake. Blake placed the ladder in the corner and tried to slingshot Funky into it, but Funky reversed it and threw Blake out of the ring, then hip-tossed Oceans (who tried to sneak up on him) into the ladder. Blake returned to the ring, hit a corkscrew neckbreaker on Funky, then put the ladder in the middle of the ring and both he and Funky tried to climb it, but Oceans knocked them both off by hitting them with a “Wet Floor” sign. Funky took down Oceans, and he and Blake again both tried to climb the ladder. They both reached the top and began brawling. Funky knocked Blake off and was poised to reach the briefcase, but Oceans climbed up the other side of the ladder, and knocked Funky off the ladder and right through the table leaning up against the opposite corner. With no one to stop him, Oceans reached the briefcase and retrieved it to claim victory.
Winner: “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans
During intermission, former WWE stars The Boogeyman and Marty Janetty posed for pictures in the ring with the fans.
The fourth match of the evening was another return grudge match signed in Dunellen last month, as the star of National Geographic TV’s pro wrestling documentary “Slammed”, Danny Inferno, took on former WWE and AWA tag-team champion Marty Janetty. After much grandstanding and hijinx (mostly by Janetty), the match started with Inferno attacking Janetty. Janetty quickly recovered and smashed Inferno’s head into all four corners. The two locked up again and battled back and forth, inside the ring and eventually spilling out to the outside. Inferno threw Janetty into the ring posts and then back inside the ring, where he pounded on him some more. Janetty withstood the assault, kicking out of several pin attempts and escaping an abdominal stretch. Janetty eventually blocked an Avalanche attempt by Inferno with a boot to the head and roared back on offense. A Rockers-style flying fist drop by Janetty got only a two-count, but Janetty was then able to block an atomic drop attempt by Inferno and hit him with a superkick, and covered him for the 1-2-3.
Winner: Marty Janetty
The fifth match was scheduled to be former NWS Tag-Team Champions The 2 Rude Dudes (“Corrupted” Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers), still smarting from losing the belts the previous night, taking on the team of local favorites Jeff “Cannonball” Guerrero & Rich “Ice Pick” Lowinski. But Cannonball came out alone and informed the fans that Ice Pick has a severely broken wrist and could not compete. Havoc and Rampage called for them to be declared the winner by forfeit, but announced he has a replacement partner… another local favorite, returning to the ring after a near-career-ending injury… “G.Q.” Mike Quest!
Quest and Rampage started off the match, and Quest showed virtually no ring rust as his quickness outpaced Rampage from the start. Havoc and Cannonball locked up next, and Cannonball and Quest continued to dominate, with Quest truly showing his old self by taking out both Havoc and Rampage outside the ring with a flying plancha. Havoc and Rampage were able to turn the tables on Cannonball and double-team him in their corner for several minutes. But Cannonball hung on, and after blocking a suplex by Havoc and turning it into a shoulder-breaker, he tagged in Quest who cleaned house on both Havoc and Rampage. Quest hit a flying neckbreaker on Rampage and went for the pin, but Havoc broke it up. Rampage seized Quest and held him fast, while Havoc pulled out another handful of powder and prepared to toss it in Quest’s face. But just before he could do that, The Gavone Brothers came out to the ring and hit Havoc’s arm, knocking the powder into Havoc’s own face instead. Quest reversed Rampage’s hold and rolled him up from behind and got the 1-2-3.
Winners: Jeff “Cannonball” Guerrero & “G.Q.” Mike Quest
Havoc and Rampage were furious, and demanded a match against The Gavone Brothers at the next Manville show in late April. NWS Commissioner Johnny Falco was only too happy to oblige.
While Cannonball and Quest were still celebrating their victory, Team Thunder Horse snuck into the ring and attacked them. Draven and Spade said they also wanted to be a part of the tag-team scene, and challenged Cannonball and Quest to a match at the next Manville show. That match was made as well.
The Main Event of the evening was yet another chapter in the long-running “Brains Versus Worms” feud between the brain-eating former ECW star The Zombie and worm-eating former WWE star The Boogeyman. The Zombie, initially reluctant to get in the ring, eventually charged in and went right after Boogeyman. But Boogeyman just smiled back after Zombie’s initial assault, and the two kept pounding on each other. The fight soon spilled out onto the floor, and the two fought their way to the stage in the rear of the VFW Hall. Boogeyman hit Zombie with a large garbage can (and the contents therein), and Zombie responded by slamming a table on top of Boogeyman. The two combatants eventually fought their way off the stage (after upending a couple more tables) and back to the ring, where Zombie threw the ring steps into the ring and used them to topple Boogeyman. Boogeyman blocked a second attempt by Zombie to hit him with the ring steps, then picked him up and planted him into the mat with a thundering chokeslam, but Zombie kicked out at two. The frustrated Zombie, realizing he could not win this fight, picked up Referee Sargeant Jimmy Storm and drove him into the mat with a Samoan Drop, and left the ring in disgust and went back to the locker room. Boogeyman decided if he couldn’t give his opponent a faceful of worms, he would do the next best thing, and seized Referee Storm and a mouthful of worms, and proceeded to spit them on his face. Both hurting and humiliated, Referee Storm called for the double disqualification as he was helped out of the ring.
Winner: None (double disqualification)
As Boogeyman celebrated by “Boogey-Dancing” in the ring with the young fans, out from the back came Danny Inferno, who had apparently had enough of Boogeyman’s antics and wanted to get serious. Inferno got right in Boogeyman’s face, which Boogeyman didn’t appreciate, and picked him up and chokeslammed him and covered him for an impromptu three-count, to the delight of the crowd, who celebrated with further dancing in the ring as the show closed.
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Other Upcoming Shows

Friday night February 17th, NWS returns to the Union, NJ Elks Lodge (281 Chestnut Street, minutes from the Parkway) with a 7:45pm bell time.
The Union area has become a hotbed for pro wrestling in recent years, and at every show the fans clamor for NWS to return soon. The fans will get what they wish for and more that night, as headlining the show will be a former hardcore icon from ECW, WWE, TNA/Impact, and all around the world, the one and only Tommy Dreamer. Also coming to Union will be the biggest little wrestling star to ever step between the ropes… he’s been seen on WWE TV as “Mini Kurt Angle” and “Mini Understaker”, and he’s currently part of the highly successful “Hulk Hogan’s Micro Championship Wrestling”… he’s midget wrestling superstar Short Sleeve Sampson.
Also coming to Union is the continuation of a rivalry that no one wanted to happen, and after the last show in nearby Kenilworth it’s not only personal, it’s now a family feud, as former Jersey Shore Jocks member Mike Dennis and his father John Dennis will team up against their former partner and friend Chris D’Andrea and his father Dave D’Andrea.
Another grudge match from the last Kenilworth show will see tag-team contenders Too Hot And Dangerous (“Too Hot” Steve Scott & Nick Talent) take on former rivals now united, “Tough” Tony Scorace & Steve “The Gipper” Gipke.
There will also be an appearance by the star of National Geographic TV’s pro wrestling special “Slammed”, international superstar Danny Inferno, NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, NWS Cruiserweight Champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, and much more.
Tickets are only $20 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
Saturday night February 18th, NWS returns to the Bloomfield, NJ High School Gym (160 Broad Street, minutes from the Parkway) for their annual supershow, with a 7:35pm bell time.
This annual event has become one of pro wrestling’s biggest draws in the tri-state area, and each year the fans say they can’t wait for the next show. The fans will get what they wish for and more that night, as headlining the show will be a former hardcore icon from ECW, WWE, TNA/Impact, and all around the world, the one and only Tommy Dreamer.
But Dreamer is only one of *five* current and former TV wrestling stars. Also coming to Bloomfield will be a former WWE and AWA tag-team champion, the former partner of WWE legend Shawn Michaels, it’s Marty Janetty. Also coming to Bloomfield, no doubt to wreak havoc as they always do wherever they go, will be a pair of former ECW hardcore icons… the double-tough unpredictable Crowbar, and the Singapore-Cane-swinging beer-chugging lovable favorite The Sandman.
And finally… coming to Bloomfield will be the biggest little wrestling star to ever step between the ropes… he’s been seen on WWE TV as “Mini Kurt Angle” and “Mini Understaker”, and he’s currently part of the highly successful “Hulk Hogan’s Micro Championship Wrestling”… he’s midget wrestling superstar Short Sleeve Sampson.
There will also be an appearance by the wrestler known as Mor-ta-da (a “tribute” to the former WCW Mortiss character), National Geographic TV wrestling show “Slammed” star Danny Inferno, NWS Tag-Team Champions The Two Rude Dudes (“Corrupted” Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers), “American Hero” Mister Stars And Stripes, and much more, including the return (as a special enforcer referee) of Bloomfield’s own Vicious Vinny.
Tickets are only $25 for a limited number of “golden ringside” seats, and $20 for bleacher seats.
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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