Generation Z Has Arrived: NCW Aftermath Results

Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Jacob Jones VFW Post in Dedham, MA this past Friday night for a huge night of wrestling action. A big thanks to all the Dedham diehards to came out for such an awesome event.

Ring Announcer: Shane Daly & Loren Petisce
Commentators: Atlee Greene & Derek Simonetti
Ringside Photography: Phillip Kelley & Sjolin/Goss Photography
Referees: Redd Roche, Rob Greer, & Rob Teutel

Fan photos submitted by @mashupwrestling

– In a Six Man Tag Match “Old School Cool” Cory Michael & The C&C Grapple Factory (Frank the Crank & Casey Courageous) defeated The Underground Anarchy (Ike the Bite, “Undead” Tim Davidson, & Dallas McCarthy) w/ Tim Lennox.

Post match a furious Tim Lennox sent The Underground Anarchy to the back, demanding serious competition in NCW. The challenge was answered by The Abominable CPA, who found himself without an opponent at Aftermath.

– CPA defeated “Slamdance” Tim Lennox despite interference from The Anarchy.

Lennox once again tried to abuse Dally and blame him for his troubles but Dallas pushed back, blaming Lennox and saying he doesn’t care about what’s going on in the lives of his partners (Ike graduating college, Dally being in the hospital, Davidson dying) and is only focused on himself. Dallas said he wouldn’t be pushed around any longer, and if Lennox didn’t back off Dally’s big brother would be coming down to teach him a lesson.

The match between THE UNCONTROLLED and “Insane” Dick Lane could not get started as the two brawled all over the ring and out of the building. Delilah Hayden found herself alone in the ring during the chaos, and was soon interrupted by Steven Lust & Steven Broad, The Middlesex Express.

Before The MSE could do anything “The Suplex Sweetheart” Isana joined ringside to keep Hayden company, and President Dean “The Beast” Livsley decided to give the girls a chance to beat down the creeps in a tag team match.

– “The Suplex Sweetheart” Isana & Delilah Hayden d. The Middlesex Express in tag team action.

“RIOT” Kellan Thomas d. “The Heavy Hitter” Shay Cash after guest commentator “The Dan Ram” Danny Ramirez prevented Cash from using the ring bell hammer, and allowing Thomas to put down Cash fair and square.

– NCW Tag Team Champions The Kool People (DJ AC & Sammy Deleon) d. CrossFit (“DTF” Dan Terry & “BGV” Vern Vicallo) to retain the Tag Team Titles when they used the tag team title belt behind the referees back to knock out Dan Terry.

– NCW New England Champion “The Native American” Tomahawk and Perry Von Vicious went to a time limit draw, as Livsley granted PVV one final shot at the New England Title, with the caveat that the title match would have an old school time limit in place. Both men had previously battled it out at KIDS DAY in a half hour battle, so this time around saw PVV desperately try to put Tomahawk away early and quickly before time ran out.

Following the match Tomahawk tried to shake Von Vicious’ hand, only to see PVV try to attack one final time… before Tomahawk delivered a brutal piledriver to lay PVV out.

The Party (“Foxy” Calvin Campbell, Osirus, & Doc Ozone) came out to the ring as Campbell finally gave some respect to Osirus, admitting how hard he had to fight against Todd Harris at REUNION in May. The trio were quickly interrupted by “Royalty” Ruy Batello, Ox Baker Memorial Cup holder Todd Harris, and Channing Thomas as Batello continued to stake his claim to the New England Championship, the NCW triple crown, and helping the young Harris achieve his goals. While Ruy continued to berate The Party, Harris and Thomas blindsided them and started their tag team match immediately.

– Osirus & “Foxy” Calvin Campbell w/ Doc Ozone d. The Royal Court (Todd Harris & Channing Thomas Timmy Thunder) w/ “Royalty” Ruy Batello when Osirus pinned Harris with the ‘Final Flash’ after a great back and forth match.

– “Insane” Dick Lane d. THE UNCONTROLLED in a No Disqualifications Anything Goes brawl that saw many of the wrestlers that the former Steve Weiner has tortured over the last 8 months get a little payback before Lane was able to pin Weiner for the first time ever. Derek Simonetti, Curry Boy, Tony the Tuna, Delilah Hayden, and finally NCW President Dean “The Beast” Livsley all got involved int he match, leaving THE UNCONTROLLED powerless for the first time since October.

“The Ace” Mike Montero specifically chose a Lumberjack Match to wrestle against The Lumberjake, as Montero picked the same type of match Mike Paiva lost his coveted New England Title in after a three year plus reign as Champion in 2012.

– NCW Heavyweight Champion The Lumberjake defeated “The Ace” Mike Montero in a Lumberjack Match to retain the NCW Championship. Montero gave Jake the fight of his life, and despite interference from Montero’s old Influence tag team partner Jason Devine, the two time NCW Champion was able to hold back the onslaught long enough to retain.

Post match an irate “Royalty” Ruy Batello came into the ring to challenge Lumberjake for the NCW Title, furious Montero didn’t defeat him and upset that Montero was tossed onto all the lumberjack’s during the match. Jake agreed, but Ruy immediately kicked Jake below the belt, and followed it up with two more low blows before Rob Greer called it a no contest. Batello then said the title match wasn’t for him, but rather the Ox Baker Memorial Cup holder Todd Harris.

– Todd Harris defeated The Lumberjake to win the NCW Heavyweight Championship in a huge upset. Harris immediately went for the cover, but Jake was able to kick out. Jake went to chokeslam Harris, but Ruy once again distracted Greer, allowing Harris to go low for a fourth time and land a brutal superkick to Jake’s skull and giving him the three count.

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