Indy News Update #1 for October 12, 2011
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ECWA This Sat, Oct 15th in Newark, Delaware, Robbie E Clinic, Bandido Jr debuts and GOODWILL Collection
Tri-State Wrestling Enertainment, LLC presents
East Coast Wrestling Association (ECWA) LIVE!
Sat, Oct, 15th, 2011
Greater Newark Boys’ & Girls’ Club
109 Glasgow Drive, Rt. 40 & #1 Positive Place
Newark, DE 19702
Doors Open: 6:00 PM
Bell Time: 7:00 PM
-TNA IMPACT! STAR Robbie E returns home to the ECWA! Rob will be conducting a wrestling clinic/seminar from 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm at the Boys and Girls Club before the show. $25 per person. Call 609.220.5598 to reserve a spot.
-Rob will also have a Meet & Greet with the fans prior to the show when doors open!
-ECWA will be collecting gently used clothes for GOODWlLL at our Oct 15th event in Newark, DE. If you have any clothes that you do not need, please do not discard them with trash, donate to those who are less fortunate and could really use them! Thank You!
-Get ready for the ECWA debut of Bandido Jr! Hear what Bandido Jr has to say about his ECWA debut:
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ECWA Heavyweight Title Match
“Greek God” Papadon (c) vs. One-half of the ECWA & TWA Unified Tag Team Champions and “FUSION DS” Matt Saigon
ECWA Mid-Atlantic Title Match
“Heart Killer” Chris Wylde (c) vs. TNA IMPACT! Star Robbie E (fka ECWA’s “Valedictorian” Rob Eckos)
Adam Cole vs. Kekoa the Flyin Hawaiian II: The Rematch
Bazooka Joe vs. ECWA Commissioner DJ Hyde
The ECWA DEBUT of Bandido, Jr. vs. Beautiful Bobby Shields w/ Magnum and Gus Grand
AHTU vs. Mr. Ooh La La w/ Coach Jim Shorts
“Amercia’s Heroes” Kid America & “Fighting Paramedic” Corey Blaze
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Crossfire Entertainment, LLC Presents “A New Beginning”
Fundraiser Benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Middle Tennessee
LIVE Saturday, November 5, 2011
Nashville Fairgrounds Sports Arena
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*Crossfire Merchandise with past show DVD’s and T-shirts will be available that night!
-Special Attraction 1st TIME EVER Meeting!!!
Former WWE/WCW Superstar Fit Finlay (Nashville Wrestling Debut) vs. Former WWE/ECW Superstar Al Snow
-Former WWE/WCW/ECW/TNA Superstar and Wrestling Legend “The Franchise” Shane Douglas is coming to Crossfire on November 5 to change the state of Crossfire and take it to a whole new level! What does he have in store?? Only way to find out is to attend the November 5 event LIVE!!
-Tag Team Challenge Match
Former WWE Tag Team Champions the New Age Outlaws (“Roaddog” BG James & Billy Gunn) vs. Diamonds in the Rough (David Young & Sigmon)
-Special Appearance by Former WWE Diva and Celebrity Apprentice Star Maria Kanellis as she returns to Crossfire and debuts her “Prodigy!”
-No DQ Match
Hammerack vs. Juggalo Star/Louisville Town Drunk: 2 Tuff Tony
-Former WWE/ECW and Current TNA Superstar Kid Kash vs. Former WWE/WCW/ECW/TNA Superstar Stevie Richards
-Mix Tag Team Match
“King” Shane Williams & Former TNA Superstar Becky “Cookie” Bayless vs. Jocephus & Abriella
-Special Challenge Match
Former WWE Superstar Brian Christopher vs. Derrick King
-Arrick Andrews vs. Wolfie D
-The Maddox Brothers vs. 7OH4!
-PLUS “Boogie Woogie Boy” Gary Valiant, LT Falk and so much more!!
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NWS Internet News Update For Week Of 10/10
Former WWE Stars Mickie James & Jillian Hall & Chavo Guerrero Plus Former ECW Star Jerry Lynn Headline A Hot Three-Show Weekend, New Tag-Team Champions Crowned, Former WWE Star Carlito Coming To Town This Weekend, 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
Friday night October 14th, NWS returns to the Union, NJ Elks Lodge (281 Chestnut Street, minutes from the Parkway and Route 22) with a 7:45pm bell time.
He’s a second-generation pro wrestling star, the son of one of the most famous wrestlers to ever come out of the Carribbean… he’s a former WWE TV star and Intercontinental Champion… he made famous being “cool” and spitting apples in opponents’ faces… he’s the one and only Carlito, and he’ll be taking on another TV wrestling star who’s originally from the tri-state area… he made regular appearances in NWS years ago, but now has become a TNA/Impact Wrestling fixture, “Jersey Shore” Robbie E.
Two other home-town boys will also be coming to Union, in the form of NWS Tag-Team Champions The Jersey Shore Jocks (Mike Dennis & Chris D’Andrea). They will compete along with three other top area tag-teams in the form of Too Hot And Dangerous (“Too Hot” Steve Scott & Nick Talent), Team Casanovas (Damian Darling & 2011 J-Cup winner “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans), and the duo of NWS Hardcore Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers, otherwise known as The 2 Rude Dudes.
There will also be a “Crazy-8 Gauntlet Match” featuring Adam Eltouny, W.A.S.P, “Lonesome Dove” Alex, Wrestling Matt, Chris B., Fast Eddie Franken, and a pair of local favorites in Union’s own Steve “Gipper” Gipke and Kenilworth’s “Tuff” Tony Scorace, where last two men standing will team up in another tag-team match that night. Plus appearances by The Nigerian Nightmares, Hillbilly Justin Blackwell, Mister Nick Gregory, Ryan Angus, Manuel Manny Moore, Snake-Eyez and much more!
Tickets are only $19 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
This Saturday night October 15th, NWS returns to Old Bridge, NJ’s Knights Of Columbus Hall (61 Pine Street, just off Route 18 South, minutes from Route 9) with a 7:35pm bell time.
The main event will feature an encore appearance from former WWE Intercontinental Champion Carlito, who has issued an open challenge to anyone in the NWS locker room, and considering how much of an impact Carlito made the last time he was inside an NWS ring, that could be just about anybody.
Old Bridge will also see a return to action of The (Original) Nigerian Nightmares (Ma-Fu & Sna-Fu). Since taking a leave of absence from NWS in early 2011, their spot was taken by two of their fellow countrymen calling themselves The (New) Nigerian Nightmares (La-Fu & Bo-Bo). While imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, Ma-Fu and Sna-Fu were far from flattered or even amused, and last summer they made their unexpected return and went right after their imitators. There can only be one Nigerian Nightmares team in NWS, so in Old Bridge, the two teams will battle for their spot in NWS in a “Jungle Fever” match.
The 2 Rude Dudes (NWS Hardcore Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc and “Rampage” Rogers) will see in-ring action, along with NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion and 2011 J-Cup winner “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans, and South Brunswick’s own NWS Jersey Shore Champion The Jersey Kidd, plus appearances by “Retro Rocker” Ricky Roxx, Jeff “Cannonball” Guerrero, “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, Slayer, “Hillbilly” Justin Blackwell, and much more.
Tickets are only $20 for adults and $18 for kids and seniors.
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 huge three-show weekend on Friday night October 7th with a return to their favorite central Jersey venue, the Manville, NJ VFW Hall, and a genuinely packed house greeted them, and not a single fan went home disappointed.
The opening match was a six-man tag-team match with the team of big man Smith James, Team Casanova member Damian Darling, and “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, with The Sicilian Mob’s Don Caruso in their corner, taking on the trio of “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm, Richard Michaels, and Johnny Knockout. Smith & Darling & Smoothie dominated the opponents from the get-go, to the point where Richard Michaels got frustrated and blamed his teammates Fehrm and Knockout for making him look bad. Don Caruso took advantage and offered Michaels a bribe to leave the match, which Michaels took, leaving his teammates outnumbered. Knockout was tossed out of the ring and Fehrm was triple-teamed and eventually pinned by Smoothie.
Winners: Smith James & Damian Darling & “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie.
Before the next bout, out came former WWE diva Jillian Hall, singing (or what she called singing) into her microphone, and accompanied by Danny Inferno. Inferno convinced Jillian to stop singing, that the fans didn’t deserve to hear someone of her talent (probably the only thing Inferno said all night that the fans agreed with). Inferno then talked about his opponent for later that evening, former WWE star Chavo Guerrero, whom he threatened to beat and send packing back to Mexico. Jillian then took the microphone and addressed former WWE and current Impact Wrestling star Mickie James, whom she accused of ruining her career in WWE, and promised to get her revenge tonight. The two finally left to the appreciation of the crowd.
The second bout was a three-way dance featuring Justin Cage versus NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion & 2011 J-Cup winner “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans versus former ECW and current TNA star Jerry Lynn. The fans were treated to an all-star contest as all three pulled out all the stops. Eventually, Oceans and Cage attempted to join forces against Lynn, but Lynn threw Oceans out of the ring, and Cage took advantage of Lynn being distracted by Oceans from the outside to sneak in and get the victory.
Winner: Justin Cage
The next match was originally scheduled to be a “Jungle Rumble” between the Original Nigerian Nightmares (Ma-Fu & Sna-Fu, with Princess Jamima) and the New Nigerian Nightmares, but the New Nightmares were not there (it was rumored that Immigration had some issues with them), so it was “Card Subject To Change”, and Ma-Fu & Sna-Fu’s opponents were none other than The Baghdad Bullies (Saddam Insane & new member King Khali Kazam, who insisted on being called “KKK”, and Princess I-Eater). The Bullies matched The Nightmares in size and power, but the inexperience of them as teammates gave The Nightmares the early advantage. Saddam and Kazam were able to isolate the smaller Sna-Fu (if you can call 400 pounds “small”) in their corner for several minutes, but Sna-Fu withstood the assault and managed to tag in Ma-Fu, and the four began brawling uncontrollably on the floor, and even the ladies got involved as well. The referee had no choice but to count both teams out.
Winners: None (double countout).
After intermission, the fourth bout was one of the two main event matches of the evening, pitting the star of National Geographic Channel’s pro wrestling documentary “Slammed” Danny Inferno against former WWE third-generation star Chavo Guerrero. The bout was a fast-paced action bout, but in the end, the veteran Chavo picked up the hard-fought win.
Winner: Chavo Guerrero.
The fifth bout was a special tag-team attraction with Team Thunder Horse (Indian Chief Draven & “The Warrior” Jack Spade), with their manager Don Caruso, taking on a new pairing of popular area wrestlers, Jeff “Cannonball” Guerrero & Rich “Ice Pick” Lowinski. The four big men put on a heavy hard-hitting match, with Cannonball and Ice Pick holding the edge over Draven and Spade, until Don Caruso’s interference gave his team the victory.
Winners: Team Thunder Horse.
The sixth and final bout was the evening’s other main event match, as former WWE diva Jillian Hall, accompanied by “career adviisor” Don Caruso, took on former WWE and current Impact Wrestling star Mickie James. The two ladies wasted no time getting the action going. Towards the end, Mickie had the edge against Jillian and was setting her up for the finish. Don Caruso sneaked into the ring as Mickie was acknowledging the cheers of the crowd, carrying a baseball bat which he swung at Mickie. The referee seized the bat, and while Don was arguing with the referee, Mickie hit him from behind with a low blow, and again in the front. As Don rolled out of the ring in agony, Mickie hit her finisher on Jillian.
Winner: Mickie James.
JES Promotions, along with the nation’s leader in family style pro wrestling exhibitions National Wrestling Superstars, staged a highly successful fundraiser for the Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America this past Saturday night October 8th at Staten Island, NY’s Victory Sports Arena.
In the first bout, “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm and his partner Neko The Flying Monkey Boy From Oz were totally devastated by the nearly 1000-pound undefeated Nigerian Nightmares (Ma-Fu & Sna-Fu) who licked their opponents as a victory morsel and then had the many youngsters in attendance scattering in fear.
In the second bout, the arrogant Chris Ramono battled the smaller and more popular San Jay to a ten-minute time-limit draw. When the cowd begged for 5 minutes more, San Jay said yes but Ramono said no and left.
The third bout was a tag-team match, as “Mr. Nat Geo TV” Danny Inferno and his partner Smith James needed help from their manager, the Sicilan Mob’s Don Caruso in getting the nod over thir opponets Brooklyn Jeff and Richard Michaels, as the latter had the bout nearly won until the Don made his presence known.
The fourth bout was a three-way dance that saw former NWS Cruiserweight Champ “Mr. Entertainment” J.D .Smoothie take on Justin Cage, who brought his entire entourage to ringside with him in the likes of his manager the aforementioned Don Caruso plus WWE alumnus superstar and self-proclaimed greatest singing voice in all of pro wrestling Jillian Hall and her personal bodyguard Johnny Knockout. Knockout & Hall went into a tirade about their opponents later on that night, talking trash about womens superstar Mickie James and mens superstar Chavo Guererro Jr. The third piece to the puzzle then came out, as former ECW/WWE & current TNA TV star Jerry Lynn came out along with his new manager in former WWE & current Impact Wrestling star Miss Mickie James, and did some trash-talking themselves. The bout eventually ensued and it was Jerry Lynn who pulled out a victory to avenge a loss the night before to Justin Cage. As Lynn & James started to celebrate their victory, the incensed Don ordered his people to attack Lynn and also sent in Danny Inferno & Smith James to add insult to injury. All seemed lost as five wrestlers ganged up on Jerry Lynn, until Mickie James went to the locker room area and got another former WWE star Chavo Guererro out to help restore order inside the ring.
After intermission, the fifth bout was also a three-way dance, but with elimination rules in effect, that had former WWE star Chavo Guererro giving a wrestling lesson to two young upstarts as Chavo eliminated Johnny Knockout at the ten-minute mark and then went to work on Ring of Honor’s Andy Ridge to walk out with an impressive victory.
The sixth bout had two wily veterans, Damien Darling and NWS Hardcore Champ “Corrupted” Corey Havoc, pull out a victory over their less experienced but highly touted opponents, Chris Verrazano and The Spartan in tag-team action.
The highly-anticipated Women’s Main Event started with a sing-off in the ring that was only missing Simon Cowell, as WWE alumnus Jillian Hall tried to woo the fans over to her side with her so-called singing prowess, as her manager Don Caruso looked on in approval. Maybe he was the only one, because when her opponent, a former WWE Women’s Champ and current TNA Knockout TV Superstar Mickie James went into her rousing Country & Western rendition, the crowd went wild. Not thirty seconds into the sing-off, a visibly jealous Jillian Hall attacked James from behind as the referee had the bell rung and the bout started. The bout itself, a good see-saw battle, eventually had James looking like a win was inevitable when the evil Don came into the ring with a Baseball bat ready to use it on Mickie. When the crowd let Mickie know what was going on behind her back, she caught the Don in mid swing (in a area that we cannot mention) that sent the Don reeling in pain and the crowd into a frenzy as Mickie went into high gear and rolled up a disoriented Jillan Hall for the 1-2-3 count and the win that sent the throng home happy.
National Wrestling Superstars concluded their three-show blitz weekend with a trip south across the Delaware River on Sunday afternoon October 9th to join up with their Delaware affiliate Funkdafied Wrestling Federation for their “Hardcore Funk ‘N Country” at the Christiana, DE Fire Company Hall. A large throng of wrestling fans, the largest crowd that FWF has seen in a long time, witnessed some hot action.
The opening contest was an FWF Cruiserweight Title match, pitting champion “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm against the challenger who was his former friend and tag-team partner, “Black Atlas” Cocky Johnson. The two tore into each other from the opening bell as Johnson attempted to slap Fehrm around, which only served to anger the champion. Johnson’s power held the advantage for most of the match, but one mistake cost him, as Fehrm fought out of a back superplex attempt off the top rope and turned it into his Nerd Cutter finisher and got the pin.
Winner, and still FWF Cruiserweight Champion: “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm.
The second bout was a tag-team grudge match pitting newly-crowned FWF Heavyweight Champion White Lotus and his partner Mikey Dee, with manager Rude Boy, against the overwhelmingly popular duo calling themselves “Atomic Funk”, former champion Funky White Boy and The Atomic Dog. Dog’s power and Funky’s enthusiasm at getting his hands on the man who beat him for the title were enough to overpower their opponents from the get-go. Lotus and Mikey were able to isolate Funky in their corner for several minutes, but Funky eventually fought them off and tagged in Atomic Dog who cleaned house on both opponents, and even took out Rude Boy when he attempted to interrupt his momentum. Dog eventually caught Lotus in a JYD-style Thumpin’ Powerslam, and pinned him 1-2-3.
Winners: Atomic Funk (Funky White Boy & The Atomic Dog).
The third bout was one of the two main events of the afternoon, pitting former WWE star Jillian Hall against former WWE and current Impact Wrestling star Mickie James. Before the match, Jillian challenged Mickie to a sing-off in the ring. Jillian belted out a strange and tortuous pop rendition which set the crowd’s ears on edge, but Mickie brought the crowd to cheers with her signing of one of her recorded country hits. The crowd’s cheering angered Jillian and she attacked Mickie from behind before she finished singing, and the match was on. The two women tore into each other in an excellent back-and-forth bout both inside and outside the ring that had the crowd on the edge of their seats. Towards the end, it looked as if Jillian would avenge her losses earlier that weekend, as she slingshot-powerbombed Mickie off the top rope, but only got a two-and-a-half count. Mickie turned the tables with a neckbreaker, then finished her off with a Laree DDT for the 1-2-3.
Winner: Mickie James.
The fourth bout was billed as a “Retirement Match” for long-time FWF star Ruff Ryder. Before any opponent could be announced, FWF owner “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie came out and informed Ruff Ryder that he had received a call from a certain individual whom Ruff had himself sent into retirement in a Coffin Match a year ago, and that individual insisted that if Ruff was indeed retiring, this individual wanted to be the opponent that sent him into retirement, and out came Lumberjack Monroe. The match was a battle of Ruff’s speed and ring savvy vs. Lumberjack’s size and power. Lumberjack’s power held the advantage, but after hitting a powerslam, Lumberjack went to the top rope to deliver a huge moonsault to Ruff, but Ruff rolled out of the way. Lumberjack leveled Ruff with a running elbow, but when he went for another moonsault, Ruff chokeslammed him off the top rope and pinned him 1-2-3.
Winner: Ruff Ryder.
Ruff Ryder took the microphone and thanked the fans who had always come out to see him over the years. Lumberjack Monroe stated that Ruff had always earned his respect, and J.D. Smoothie returned to the ring and thanked Ruff for all the years of hard work. Former FWF Tag-Team Champions The Hate Breed, Chris Arkham & Ryan Pryme, now retired, came to the ring to pay homage to Ruff. The entire FWF locker room emptied out and surrounded the ring and paid homage to Ruff Ryder, as Ruff unlaced his boots and symbolically left them in the middle of the ring to the appreciative cheers of the crowd.
The fifth bout was a match for the vacant FWF Tag-Team Titles, as The Saints Of Anarchy (Chio Frost & “The Idol” Mike Marvel) took on Team Thunder Horse (Indian Chief Draven & “The Warrior” Jack Spade). Chio claimed that as a former three-time FWF Tag-Team Champion, he deserved to be awarded the belt without a match, but FWF/NWS Commissioner Gino Moore would hear none of it. The match itself was a back-and-forth brawl among the four big men. Draven was double-teamed for several minutes by Frost and Marvel, but was able to eventually tag in Spade who cleaned house. Marvel was able to throw Spade out of the ring and the two attempted to finish off the still-weakened Draven, but he double-clotheslined them both. Meanwhile, Spade returned to the ring, and he and Draven clotheslined Frost out of the ring, and drove Marvel into the mat with a double back superplex and got the 1-2-3 pin.
Winners, and *NEW* FWF Tag-Team Champions: Team Thunder Horse.
The sixth bout was a triple-threat match for the FWF U.S. Heavyweight Title, as reigning champion Ole Skool battled Vince Bono and Trevor Justice. Ole Skool and Bono initially tried to team up on crowd favorite Trevor and take him out, but when each one tried to cover Trevor, the other would pull him off. The bout eventually turned into every-man-for-himself, and Ole Skool eventually triumphed; after Trevor took out Bono with a Codebreaker, Ole Skool locked a reverse Crossface submission hold on Trevor, and Trevor tapped out.
Winner, and still FWF U.S. Heavyweight Champion: Ole Skool.
The final bout of the afternoon was the other main event, another triple-threat match pitting “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, Justin Cage, and former ECW and current Impact Wrestling star Jerry Lynn. The fans were treated to a thrilling high-flying and hard-hitting bout, as Cage wanted to repeat his victory from Friday, and Smoothie wanted to not repeat his loss from Saturday. Smoothie and Cage tried to gang up on Lynn, but the two could not agree on which one would get the pinfall. Towards the end, Lynn battled back, and bulldigged Smoothie into Cage’s “nether region”. Smoothie broke up Lynn’s pin attempt, took Lynn down with a side suplex, and went up top to deliver a “Leg Drop Across The Delaware”, which Lynn rolled out of the way from. Cage broke up Lynn’s attenpt to pin Smoothie, then Smoothie seized Lynn and held him as Cage prepared an Enziguri kick. But Lynn ducked and the kick hit Smoothie instead, and Lynn rolled up the stunned Cage for the 1-2-3.
Winner: Jerry Lynn.
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Other Upcoming Shows
Friday night October 28th, NWS returns to Long Branch at the Bucky James Community Center (231 Wilbur Ray Avenue, just off Broadway, minutes from Route 36 and the Parkway) with a 7:45pm bell time.
Halloween is right around the corner, and what better place to view a whole host of odd and scary characters than at a pro wrestling show. Well, then, Long Branch fans, get ready for a whole host of tricks and treats, as National Wrestling Superstars brings you some “Halloween Mayhem”. And there’s no one whose ever set foot in a wrestling ring who’s scarier or odder than former ECW brain-eating star The Zombie, who will be on the prowl in Long Branch, along with the year-round funny antics of The World Famous TV Wrestling Clown.
And if you truly like scary, then hold on yo your seats, as Long Branch will also see a return to action of The (Original) Nigerian Nightmares (Ma-Fu & Sna-Fu). Since taking a leave of absence from NWS in early 2011, their spot was taken by two of their fellow countrymen calling themselves The (New) Nigerian Nightmares (La-Fu & Bo-Bo). While imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, Ma-Fu and Sna-Fu were far from flattered or even amused, and last summer in nearby Asbury Park they made their unexpected return and went right after their imitators. There can only be one Nigerian Nightmares team in NWS, so in Long Branch, the two teams will battle for their spot in NWS.
In addition to the Halloween hijinx, the vacant NWS Cruiserweight Title will finally once again have a champion in Long Branch, as current NWS Jersey Shore Champion The Jersey Kidd, former Cruiserweight champion “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie, and NWS newcomer Marcus Streets will compete for the title in a Triple-Threat Match… but not just any wrestling match, this will be a Ladder Match, where the title will be suspended above the ring, and the winner must climb a ladder and retrieve the belt.
Other regional and local pro mat stars invading Long Branch include the newly-crowned NWS Heavyweight Champion Ray-Ray Marz, popular local favorite The Atomic Dog, The 2 Rude Dudes (NWS Hardcore Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers), Team Casanova (NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans & Damian Darling), and Long Branch’s own Sargeant Jimmy “Gidorah The Three-Headed Monster” Storm.
All kids are encouraged to come in their best Halloween costume, and there will be a contest and prizes for the best costume for ages 1-12 and 13 & over. That and so much more.
Tickets are only $20 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
Friday night November 4th, NWS returns to Middletown, NJ’s Thorne Middle School (70 Murphy Road in the Port Monmouth section of Middletown, just off Main Street, minutes from the Parkway and Routes 35 & 36) with a 7:45pm bell time.
And what a main event they have in store! It will be a special “We Want Tables” Tag-Team Match, where the winning team must put their opponents through not just one, but TWO tables that night! In one corner will be the star of the recent National Geographic Channel pro wrestling special “Slammed!”, international superstar Danny Inferno, and his partner northeast big man Steve “Monsta” Mack. In the other corner will be Monsta Mack’s arch-rival, popular Jersey star The Atomic Dog, and his partner, a man who knows more about putting opponents through tables than anyone, a former ECW and WWE and TNA tag-team champion, one-half of one of the most famous tag-teams of all time, the Dudley Boyz, the one and only Devon Dudley!
The fans will also be treated to the hilarious hijinx of The World Famous TV Wrestling Clown, plus appearances from regional and local pro mat stars from the Bayshore area and all around the Northeast.
Tickets are only $20 for ringside seats and $18 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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