NCW TV Episode #20

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@NCWTelevision comes to you courtesy of Norwood Public Access (Verizon Channel 35/Comcast Channel 8) bringing all the characters, excitement, and wrestling action from the NCW rings right to you at home! For episode showings check your local listings, and for those outside the Norwood area keep up to date with episodes here on theNCW.com and at www.vimeo.com/channels/NCWtv.

-Episode #20-

YOU ASKED FOR IT! It’s another super sized edition of @NCWTelevision as #NCWTV looks back at the fallout from NCW FALLOUT. It was a night of shock and awe as “Ruthless” Ruy Batello took advantage of a bad situation for “RIOT” Kellan Thomas, winning his fourth NCW Title in the process and ending Thomas’ title reign at 595 days, preserving Batello’s record.

In singles competition the debuting rookie Bryce Clayton goes one on one with the former NCW Tag Team Champion “All Good” Anthony Greene, returning to NCW action for the first time since May.

“Slamdance” Tim Lennox has been left to his own devices as the unhinged Anarchist battles the two time former New England Champion Rob “The Giant” Araujo in singles action.

“Toxic” Tom Warren attempts to get words with “Sensational” Scott Levesque and “High Class” Rich Bass, but the Norwood fans refused to give Bass and Levesque a second to speak.

And in our featured match it’s Supervillain vs. Turtle as “Insane” Dick Lane battles Steve “The Turtle” Weiner in one of the strangest matches in NCW history.

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2 thoughts on “NCW TV Episode #20”

  1. Reblogged this on The Greene Screen and commented:
    This episode of NCW Television is from last month’s Fallout event. This was my third time providing play by play commentary alongside my good pal “Toxic” Tom Warren. I tend to be my own worst critic, but I think this was my best outing yet.

    I have a tendency to talk too fast and get way too excited when calling the action. I guess you can never get too excited when it comes to pro wrestling, but I believe I was able to find that middle ground between the straight man calling the moves in the ring, and storyteller who conveys the angles to the audience.

    But enough about me though. After all, no one watches for the commentary. Check out the show, and let me know what you think in the comment section below.

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