Ultimate Elimination: NCW NO FEAR Results

This past Friday night Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Jacob Jones VFW Post in Dedham, Massachusetts for our annual Halloween bash NO FEAR! With one show left in the 2016 Season, everyone pulled out all the stops to gain an advantage heading into WrestleFest XII.

Ring Announcers: Shane Daly and Dallas McCarthy
Commentators: Atlee Greene & Derek Simonetti
Referees: Redd Roche and Rob Greer
Ringside Photography: Zeke Dane, Brittany Costa, & Cameron Jirowetz

no-fear-robbie– Oompa-Loompa (Rob “The Giant” Araujo) won the NCW Costume Battle Royal when Steve “The Turtle” Weiner accidentally eliminated himself. Other participants included Bane (Tim Davidson), Lumberjake (Ike), Creepy Clown (Unknown), “The Wild Thing” Bryce Clayton, Stewie (JP O’Reilly), “Slamdance” Tim Lennox (Dan Terry), “The Fittest Man” Dan Terry (Tim Lennox), Batman (Vern Vicallo), Derek Andrews in a hockey mask, The Turtles in Time, & Vern Vicallo (“RIOT” Kellan Thomas).

“All Good” Anthony Greene came storming out from the back, furious over what happened at OktoberFest between him and “Insane” Dick Lane. Greene had promised to find the perfect opponent for himself at NO FEAR, seeking out the best talent from the New England Pro Wrestling Academy to face him. After name dropping talent such as Sasha Banks, Greene had chosen newcomer Nico Villaro, who’s done grunt work as AG’s carpet roller and was forced to film the last NCW show by Beau Douglas.

– Nico Villaro defeated “All Good” Anthony Greene in a huge upset after hitting a flash DDT on AG in a grueling back and forth battle. Following the match Greene seemed to give Villaro a sign of respect, only to try and clothesline Villaro’s head off. Luckily Nico knew better, and gave him a superkick of his own instead.

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– Making their NCW debut Jason Briggs and Robo def Todd Harris & JP O’Reilly in tag team action when Briggs pinned O’Reilly while Robo ‘pinned’ Harris. Harris was frustrated from jump street when the silver-spooned punk had his music changed unexpectedly upon entering the ring.

“Royalty” Ruy Batello returned to the Jacob Jones VFW Post, as Batello invited his old friend and sometimes enemy Tim Kilgore to join him at ringside. Batello then accused Kilgore of jealousy, and stated he only appeared in the 2016 Big City Rumble not for his kids, but for his own selfish motives. This brought out the NCW New England Champion “Slamdance” Tim Lennox, the man who eliminated Kilgore from the 2016 Rumble. Lennox challenged Kilgore to a match at WrestleFest, calling out his manhood and looking for a fight as Batello egged them on. Rejecting the offer, Lennox then slapped Kilgore in the face to goad him into the match. Kilgore tried to leave the ring, but Lennox once again went low, kicking the ropes right into Kilgore and laying him out.

– The Turtles in Time defeated The Underground Anarchy in the 8 person Total Elimination Match with “Insane” Dick Lane and Delilah Hayden surviving, lastly eliminating “Slamdance” Tim Lennox with the force-chokeslam when Tim Kilgore returned to the ring throwing Lennox back in to face off with Lane.

  1. Curry Boy defeated “Black Magic” Sean Feeney.
  2. Tim Lennox defeated Curry Boy with a curb stomp.
  3.  Ike was Disqualified after using Feeney’s Thor hammer to attack Steve Weiner.
  4. Tim Davidson easily pinned Weiner following the DQ.
  5. Dick Lane d. Tim Davidson via pin fall.
  6. “Insane” Dick Lane d. Tim Lennox with the force-chokeslam.

Kilgore then accepted Lennox’s challenge for WrestleFest, promising to walk out the New England Champion one more time.

Doc Ozone made a surprise appearance following Intermission, making an official challenge to The Kool People at NCW WrestleFest XII for his man Osirus and “The Dan Ram” Danny Ramirez to face them in tag team competition.

Atlee Greene moderated the NCW Presidential Debate between Beau Douglas and “High Class” Rich Bass, with the two presenting their vision for NCW’s future. During the back and forth Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley made his return after months being away due to injury, and promised to always be there for NCW no matter what. And while he didn’t say who attacked him at the Big City Rumble, he did end up delivering a brutal spear to Douglas after Bass raced out of the ring.

The League of Levesque defeated The NCW Union when “Sensational” Scott Levesque pinned Lumberjake to win the match for his team.

  1. Tyler Nitro pinned “Foxy” Calvin C. Campbell after delivering two superkicks to Campbell in the opening moments of Ultimate Elimination.
  2. Sammy Deleon pinned Rob “The Giant” Araujo after AC and Deleon nailed their inverted razors edge on Araujo.
  3. Triplelicious d. Frank the Crank with a spinning heel kick after a timely assist from Vern Vicallo.
  4. “The Dan Ram” Danny Ramirez was counted out after Rich Bass went after Ramirez’s mother at ringside, and “Dan Ram” chasing Bass to the back.
  5.  Mike Paiva defeated Mike Montero with a rollup after taking brutal punishment from The League.
  6. DJ AC eliminated Mike Paiva after a double team with Sammy Deleon.
  7. “RIOT” Kellan Thomas defeated DJ AC after a knee off the top rope.
  8. “RIOT” Kellan Thomas eliminated Sammy Deleon with a brainbuster suplex.
  9. “The Selfie-Made Man” Vern Vicallo d. “RIOT” Kellan Thomas with a rollup.
  10. “The Wild Thing” Bryce Clayton and Triplelicious brawled outside, both getting counted out from the match.
  11. The Lumberjake defeated Vern Vicallo with a chokeslam.
  12. Dan Terry pinned Shay Cash to eliminate him
  13.  Frank Champion defeated Dan Terry.
  14. “Sensational” Scott Levesque d. Frank Champion after pinning him with his feet on the ropes.
  15. “Sensational” Scott Levesque pinned Tyler Nitro after pulling the tights following a slingshot suplex.
  16. Lumberjake defeated Brick Mastone with a rollup after Mastone accidentally speared Derek Andrews.
  17. Lumberjake beat Derek Andrews following a chokeslam.
  18. “Sensational” Scott Levesque d. The Lumberjake after nailing him in the face with a steel chain.

Following the match with candidate Beau Douglas watching on “High Class” Rich Bass and Levesque continued to assault Lumberjake with the steel chain and the NCW Heavyweight Championship belt until Mike Paiva and “The Dan Ram” Danny Ramirez chased them out of the ring. After chasing each other around the Elks Lodge, using The Lumberfake, and now using a chain to steal the NCW Title a fatigued and beaten Jake challenged Levesque to Dog Collar Match at WrestleFest, ensuring it will be one on one for the Champion and Challenger.

Northeast Championship Wrestling returns for the final event of the NCW 2016 Season on Friday November 18th with NCW WrestleFest XII.

 

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