NCW 2013 Big City Results!

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This past Friday night Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Elks Lodge in Norwood, MA for the 2013 Big City Rumble, with the winner earning the right to wrestle for the NCW Heavyweight Championship December 14th at WrestleFest IX.

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March Madness Results from Riverside

This past Friday March 22 Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the American Legion Post 10 in Riverside, RI for our annual March Madness event, which continued NCW on the path to our 16 year REUNION event April 26 in Norwood, MA.

Venue: American Legion Post #10
Ring Announcer: Bobbi Rossi
Referees: Dan Tanaka, Redd Roche, & Kevin Quinn

ncwriverside“All Good” Anthony Greene d. “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva with a roll up in another upset for the 2012 Rookie of the Year.

“The Masshole” Mike McCarthy d. “The Hard Rock Hellraiser” Todd Sople in a battle of the bands between the punk rocker and the classic rock superstar.

Michael Graca Jr. d. Christopher James w/ MTE.

Kevin Perry came out for his scheduled New England title match against “Simply God’s Best” GA West, but once again West refused to compete. NCW Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley secured suitable competition for the New England Champion.

– NCW New England Champion Kevin Perry d. Big Bully Rezner w/ Pacifico to retain the NCW New England Championship.

– The NCW Tag Team Champions David & Eddie Loomis made their way to the ring for the Tag Team Championship Match, only to have “Magic” Sean Feeney & the Shadow emerge from the front of the building, stalking the Champs. “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger & Alex Creed then came out, and the four men beat down on the Loomis Brothers until the Lumberjake arrived on scene to make the save. Livsley came out, and decided that they would have a 6 Man Tag Team Match right then, and right there.

– The Lumberjake & the Loomis Brothers w/ Nikki V d. “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger, “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed, & the Shadow w/ Sean Feeney in Six Man Tag Team action. Following the match Krueger & Creed took a shot at the Loomis Brothers, nailing David & Eddie with the NCW Tag Team titles. Maniacally Twisted then left ringside with the belts.

“RIOT” Kellan Thomas w/ Kepler d. Pacifico w/ Big Bully Rezner in a hard fought battle.

– GA West & Doc Ozone came out for their “Simply the Best” exhibition, as Doc Ozone got West a great tuneup opponent before he finally takes his New England title match April 26 at NCW’s 16 year REUNION. His opponent? Rob the Giant!

– Rob the Giant d. “Simply God’s Best” GA West w/ Doc Ozone in an upset, infuriating Doc Ozone. A dejected Doc O then quit on his nephew, leaving GA alone at ringside.

– Dean “The Beast” Livsley called out “Dynamite” Doug Summers, looking to cut him off at the chase before Summers made his usual appearance crying foul. Livsley once again wanted a crack at Summers in the ring, and this time Doug finally relented. Willing to put any stipulation on the line to right Summers, Livsley convinced “Dynamite” to finally step in the ring with him on Friday night April 26 at REUNION. Dean then called out Doug’s opponent for tonight– Steve “The Turtle” Weiner!

– Steve “The Turtle” Weiner d. “Dynamite” Doug Summers in a No DQ, No Count Outs, Falls Count Anywhere match after hitting Summers with ‘Kingdom Hearts’ onto a steel chair.

– NCW Heavyweight Champion “The Juice” JT Dunn d. Triplelicious to retain the NCW title in a great back and forth match. Following the victory both men embraced in the ring, showing their mutual respect for one another.

NCW returns to action on Saturday April 13 for the 4th annual Fight in Foxboro!

The Violence Silenced? Silence the Violence XII Results

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Northeast Championship Wrestling and the 2013 Season returned to the Elks Lodge in West Warwick, RI for Silence the Violence XII as the road to NCW’s 16 year REUNION began in earnest.

Venue: West Warwick Elks Lodge
Ring Announcer: Bobbi Rossi
Referees: Zac Carter & Ron Masse
Camera: Erin McIntyre

Too Shay d. Christopher James via pin fall in the night’s opener.

The Lumberjake w/ Nikki V d. “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed in the maniacal gauntlet match, moving onto his next opponent “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger.

– “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger d. the Lumberjake after utilizing his chain while the referee removed Krueger’s chair from the ring. A furious Lumberjake then chased Krueger & Creed from ringside following his loss.

Pacifico d. Bareknuckle Burly with the ‘Cobra Clutch Slam’.

Scotty Slade d. “RIOT” Kellan Thomas w/ Kepler after “Dynamite” Doug Summers interfered, hitting Thomas with ‘the Beautiful Disaster’ knee crusher, giving Slade the perfect opportunity to capitalize.

– Summers remained at ringside after officials carried Thomas to the back. “Dynamite” Doug then continued his diatribe he began in Norwood, talking about the decline of NCW under the reign of Dean “The Beast” Livsley and how fans actually cheer people like Kellan Thomas and the inanimate puppet Kepler. As Summers promised that 2013 would be his year he was cut off by Commissioner Livsley, who once again offered to punch Doug’s teeth right down his throat. Summers declined, but before he could continue “RIOT” returned to the ring, looking for some payback on Summers.  Since Doug didn’t want to face off with Dean, the Commissioner set a match up later in the night between Thomas and Summers.

Anthony Greene d. “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva after rolling through Paiva’s ‘Sleazeball Special’, getting the victory in a huge upset.

– “RIOT” Kellan Thomas d. “Dynamite” Doug Summers in a great back and forth match.

loomischamps“The Hampton Beach Badass” Hunter Ward d. “Simply the Best” GA West w/ Doc Ozone in a hard fought match, as West originally declined his New England title shot, wanting to win the championship in a better town than West Warwick, RI. “Simply the Best” then promised that he would defeat Hunter Ward, a wrestler he’s had trouble with in the past.

– NCW New England Champion Kevin Perry d. Abel James with a flying headbutt to retain the title.

David & Eddie Loomis d. The Monarchy to retain the NCW Tag Team Championship when David Loomis nailed “Royalty” William King with the catapult bicycle kick.

NCW returns to the Riverside American Legion Post 10 in Riverside, RI on Friday night March 22nd for March Madness, where “Dynamite” Doug Summers will go one on one with his former tag team partner Steve “The Turtle” Weiner while the NCW Champion “The Juice” JT Dunn defends his Heavyweight Title against Triplelicious!

Results from COLLISION COURSE 2013

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This past Friday Northeast Championship Wrestling kicked off its 2013 Season at the Elks Lodge in Norwood, MA for COLLISION COURSE, a huge night of wrestling action that saw two title changes, an intense confrontation between NCW Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley and “Dynamite” Doug Summers, and the Heavyweight Champion JT Dunn getting blindsided by Scotty “Won’t Die” Vegas following Dunn’s impressive victory over “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva.

– Before the night’s action began, Ring Announcer Shane “Sipowicz” Daly welcomed his co-host for the evening Scotty Vegas, who was forced to join the announce team at the end of last Season after he attempted to quit NCW. Unwilling to break his contract, Livsley made Vegas fulfill his remaining dates as a ring announcer.

– NCW New England Champion Kevin Perry w/ Rob the Giant d. “The Masshole” Mike McCarthy via submission to retain the New England title. During the match “Simply the Best” GA West and Doc Ozone came to ringside, scouting both the New England Champion and McCarthy.

Scotty Slade d. “The REFolution” Anthony Greene via pin fall with a sit out urinage.

The Loomis Brothers d. Big Bully Rezner & Pacifico in tag team action.

Too Shay d. Christopher James

“The Maniacal” Jack Krueger & “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed d. the BLT to win the NCW Tag Team Championship after Krueger & Creed jumped the Tag Team Champions, handcuffing Ruy Batello to the ring ropes. A fighting Lumberjake wanted the match to continue, and put up a valiant fight before becoming overwhelmed with the numbers game.

– Dean “The Beast” Livsley then made his way to the ring, and admonished the new Tag Team Champions for their actions. Since they essentially wrestled a 2 on 1 handicap match against Lumberjake, Livsley then made another Tag Team Championship Match immediately, taking on Davey & Eddie Loomis.

– The Loomis Brothers d. Jack Krueger & Alex Creed to win the NCW Tag Team Championship in dominant fashion, laying out both men with catapult bicycle kicks!

– Following intermission, Dean “The Beast” began going over his State of NCW Address when he was interrupted by “Dynamite” Doug Summers. Summers was furious over Livsley ignoring him, and not talking more about Doug Summers. Dean informed him that he would not be giving Doug any press for what he did to Steve “The Turtle” Weiner at WrestleFest, and he should be ashamed of himself. Doug then blamed Dean for professional jealousy, and started challenging him to a fight. Dean happily accepted, only to have Doug quickly back off. Livsley then promised that there was a whole locker room full of people who were pissed at Summers, and tonight would start with “The Hard Rock Hellraiser” Todd Sople!

– In a wild Triple Threat Match, “The Hampton Beach Badass” Hunter Ward d. Rob the Giant w/ Kevin Perry & El Saguaro after hitting a inverted suplex on the debuting Saguaro.

vegas_dunn– “Simply the Best” GA West w/ Doc Ozone d. “RIOT” Kellan Thomas in a hard hitting back and forth match, with both men pulling out all the stops. In the end West used leverage from his feet on the ropes to keep Thomas down.

– “The Hard Rock Hellraiser” Todd Sople d. “Dynamite” Doug Summers with the ‘whammy bar’ to pick up the victory.

– “The Juice” JT Dunn knocked out “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva to retain the NCW Heavyweight Championship in a tremendous main event match. As Dunn celebrated his victory, Scotty Vegas came out of nowhere to attack the NCW Champion, laying him out with vicious blows to the head while choking him out. Vegas felt disrespected when Dunn kicked him out of the ring during introductions, forcing his hand into action.

NCW returns to action this Saturday night March 2nd in West Warwick, RI for Silence the Violence XII!

For some exclusive pictures from COLLISION COURSE, please check out Picture Dave’s terrific photography here.

NCW 2012 Season Award Results

And the winners are…

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GA West – 33%

“The Juice” JT Dunn – 32%
“RIOT” Kellan Thomas – 17%
Scotty “By GOD” Vegas – 7%

In the biggest upset of Northeast Championship Wrestling’s 2012 Season Awards, “Simply the Best” GA West narrowly defeated the two time Heavyweight Champion JT Dunn to become the 2012 Wrestler of the Year, edging the champ out by only one percent of the vote. A flood of last minute votes propelled West to 1st place, shaking up the polls and defeating “The Juice”.

While Dunn can say he had the more memorable 2012 winning two Heavyweight titles in the process, “Simply the Best” wrestled a wide variety of competition this past Season, continuing to hone his craft as one of New England’s best wrestlers.

In 3rd place at 17% is the former NCW Tag Team Champion “RIOT” Kellan Thomas, coming off his first year as a singles competitor in NCW after his DUI tag team partner William Thorne moved to Florida in April. Kellan’s 2012 rival Scotty “By GOD” Vegas clawed his way into 4th place despite quitting the company at WrestleFest VII, defying the odds as NCW ushered in a new era of main event competitors.

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The BLT – 33%

Destruction Under Impact – 28%
The Super Rad – 8%
The World’s Most Hated Tag Team – 8%

This past year gave way to many of NCW’s best and brightest tag teams breaking up or drifting apart, but 2012 will forever go down as the year of the Big Lovable Team thanks to the uniting of “The Portuguese Sensation” Ruy Batello and LumberjakeThe BLT! Coming together at NCW NO FEAR, Batello & Lumberjake immediately captured the hearts of NCW fans AND the vacant Tag Team Championship in short order.

Their only competition in the voting  came from a team no longer together, but still one of NCW’s most ensduring tandems in the 2010 and 2011 Tag Team of the Year, Destruction Under Impact. “RIOT” and William Thorne dominated the tag team ranks in the first half of 2012, until falling to the Unequaled Destroyers at NCW’s 15 year REUNION.

Though “Dynamite” Doug Summers turned his back on longtime friend Steve “The Turtle” Weiner at WrestleFest, the Super Rad still managed to win 8% of the vote more likely due to Steve Weiner’s popularity rather than Doug Summers’ treachery.

Christopher James & Michael Tootsie Esquire won 8% of the vote. Let that sink in for a moment…

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I Quit Match – 24%

GA West vs. David Loomis – 23%
Mike Paiva vs. The Lumberjake – 16%
Scotty Vegas vs. “RIOT” Kellan Thomas – 13%

If one match signifies what NCW was all about in 2012, it was Buddy Romano defending his NCW Heavyweight Championship against “The Juice” JT Dunn in an I Quit Match at WrestleFest VIII. These two bitter rivals spent nearly the entire year at one another’s throat, each encounter building to this final showdown in Norwood, MA.  In the end it wasn’t just Romano putting his NCW title on the line against the former champion, it was Romano putting everything on the line to prove himself as being NCW’s best. Zero Tolerance. JC Marxxx. His place in NCW history. Everything was put on the table when Dunn & Romano collided at WrestleFest, and they did not disappoint. After forcing Romano to tap out to the ‘Lion Tamer’, “The Juice” thanked the fans for supporting him through it all, and signified a brand new world going forward for Northeast Championship Wrestling.

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Anthony Greene – 63%

“The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed – 14%
Scotty Slade – 13%
Hunter Ward – 6%

At the beginning of each Season, it’s tough to determine who will break out as the next big thing. 2009 was the first year NCW recognized a Rookie of the Year, and since then each rookie has made a significant impact on the NCW landscape. The 2012 Rookie of the Year first arrived in NCW back at the beginning of the 2011 Season. But wait, how does that work? Well that’s because your 2012 Rookie of the Year is NCW referee Anthony Greene, winning in a landslide with 63% of the vote. It wasn’t until July in Foxboro that “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger challenged AG to a wrestling match, furious over his officiating capabilities. Thanks to a timely assist from “The Juice” JT Dunn, Greene upset Krueger and the rest is history. Since the summer AG has trained harder and harder to become a full time wrestler in New England, looking for an opportunity to prove himself as an in-ring competitor. In 2013 he’ll have his chance.

NCW’s 2012 Most Popular

Anthony Greene – 29%

“The Juice” JT Dunn – 21%
“RIOT” Kellan Thomas – 16%
The Lumberjake – 13%

The overwhelming support for underdog Anthony Greene is evident in the 2012 Season Awards, with AG taking the 2012 Most Popular award as well, just surpassing the NCW Heavyweight Champion in the voting.

NCW’s 2012 Most Hated

Christopher James – 28%

“Simply the Best” GA West – 25%
Scotty “By GOD” Vegas – 11%
Zero Tolerance – 9%

Uncle Joe’s favorite wrestler has finally won something! Unfortunately for Christopher James, his victory comes in the form of NCW’s Most Hated Wrestler, a dubious distinction for many of NCW’s most vile rulebreakers.

NCW’s 2012 Holy $#!T Moment

Referee AG wrestles Jack Krueger – 47%

Loomis bicycle kicks his adopted father – 26%
Doug Summers turns on Steve Weiner – 15%
Kevin Perry is a mole against ZT – 9%

2012 was a year of shocking moments, but this year the fans truly believed that “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger coaxing referee Anthony Greene into the ring at SUMMER MELTDOWN was our 2012 Holy $#!T Moment of the Year.

Taking 26% of the vote was David Loomis finally breaking away from his adopted father JC Marxxx, courtesy of a bicycle kick right to the face, while “Dynamite” Doug Summers violent turn on his longtime friend Steve Weiner rocked 15% of the vote.

NCW’s 2012 Best Inanimate Object

“RIOT” Kepler Thomas – 42%

Alex Creed – 15%
Gordon the 2×4 – 14%
“The Portuguese Flotation” Buoy Ratello – 11%

It’s tough to call any of these nominees inanimate, especially when they get the crowd reactions that they do, but 2012 saw Kepler, the wild haired puppet who loves soccer emerge as NCW’s favorite inanimate object of 2012. The trusty mascot of “RIOT” Kellan Thomas, Kepler even competed in the 2012 Big City Rumble before getting eliminated by Scotty “By GOD” Vegas.

NCW’s 2012 Blast from the Past

“Revolution” Chris Venom – 46%

Evan “Hawkeye” Hunter – 14%
“The Celtic” Conner Murphy – 14%
“Jiving” Jimmy Capone – 14%

2012 was a year of special comebacks and surprises, no more so than NCW Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley bringing back “Revolution” Chris Venom to host NCW’s 15 year REUNION, and oversee the epic night of action.

In a three way tie for 2nd place, the returns of former New England Champion Evan “Hawkeye” Hunter, “Celtic” Conner Murphy, & “Jiving” Jimmy Capone prove that you can in fact come home again.

NCW’s 2012 Best Non Wrestling Personality

Doc Ozone – 28%

Santa Claus – 23%
Dan Tanaka – 13%
“Mr. Clean” Mark Quinn – 9%

This year’s Best Non Wrestling Personality Award came down to one grudge match, Santa Claus vs. Doc Ozone. No other nominee came close to touching this back and forth race between these two fantastical myths come to life. In the end it was Doc O taking the win,standing by his 2012 Wrestler of the Year GA West, while Santa returned to the North Pole empty handed.

Until next year of course…

NCW’s Favorite Northeats Championship Wrestling Character

Souffle [Too Shay] – 24%

JT Well Dunn – 14%
“Simply the Best” GA Chicken Breast – 10%
Bready & Gravy Loomis – 10%

From West Philadelphia he was born and raised, but he’s also your favorite Northeats Championship Wrestling character– He’s Souffle!!

Results from WrestleFest VIII

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Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Elks Lodge in Norwood, MA for the final event of the 2012 wrestling season this past Friday night, WrestleFest VIII! All three championships were on the line in Norwood as well as the 2012 Season Cup. Detailed results are below.

Venue: Norwood Elks Lodge
Ring Announcer: Shane “Sipowicz” Daly
Referees: Redd Roche, “Mr. Clean” Mark Quinn, & Dean “The Beast” Livsley
Security: John “Ballzilla” Balis
Timekeeper: Atlee Greene
Ringside Photography: Mike Sjolin

– In the night’s opener “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger w/ “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed d. “The REFolution” Anthony Greene with his patented sit-out DDT after Alex Creed assisted in distracting Greene.

Rob the Giant won the NCW 2012 Season Cup, lastly eliminating “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed to win the match. Other participants in this year’s Cup included;

  1. Joey Rage
  2. The Shadow w/ Sean Feeney
  3. T-Phoenix
  4. Christopher James
  5. Too Shay
  6. “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed

“The Hard Rock Hellraiser” Todd Sople d. “Simply the Best” GA West w/ Doc Ozone via submission with the ‘Whammy Bar’ in a hard hitting back and forth match up. An unsportsmanlike West blindsided Sople following the match, laying out the ‘Rockstar Rassler’.

Eddie Loomis d. David Marxxx-Loomis w/ JC Marxxx with the bicycle kick in a brutal match. Afterward, a dazed David proudly congratulated his younger brother, finally showcasing the intensity needed to be a winner in NCW. Loomis then offered Eddie a partnership, finally ending the sibling rivalry that’s lasted since Eddie’s debut in 2010. JC then offered Eddie membership in Zero Tolerance, only to have David turn his back on his adopted father, putting Marxxx down with his own bicycle kick!

Santa Claus made a special visit to WrestleFest, wishing all the Norwood fans a very special Happy Holidays. Before Santa could pass out some gifts to the NCW fans he was rudely interrupted by Christopher James, who was still upset over losing the 2012 Season Cup. After stomping on Santa’s presents and letting everyone know that Christmas was canceled, a furious Santa delivered a vicious chokeslam on Uncle Joe’s favorite wrestler.

“RIOT” Kellan Thomas w/ Kepler Thomas d. Scotty “By GOD” Vegas after Kepler helped Thomas score the win (Vegas also tried to bring in Buoy Ratello into the match to no avail allowing Kepler to retaliate). Following the match a frustrated and dejected Vegas quit NCW, Norwood, and the entire wrestling business before walking out the front door with a box of pizza.

Kevin Perry w/ Rob the Giant d. “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva in a Lumberjack Match to win the NCW New England Championship, ending Paiva’s three year reign as champion. With Dean “The Beast” Livsley acting a special guest enforcer and the NCW locker room out in support, Perry pinned “The Original Showoff” with a decisive German Suplex.

– NCW  Tag Team Champions the BLT (Ruy Batello & the Lumberjake) d. The Super Rad and Pacifico & Big Bully Rezner to retain the NCW Tag Team Championship after the Lumberjake pinned Doug Summers with the 3C. Following Pacifico & Rezner’s elimination from the match, “Dynamite” Doug attempted to use his trusty wrench to eliminate the BLT after slipping out of the attempted 3C. “The Turtle” would have none of it however, furious that Doug would once again try to use a weapon on their opponents. The distraction would allow Jake to finish off Summers to retain the titles after Steve was knocked into his partner.

– Summers took the microphone following the match and talked about the past year with his tag team partner, and his attempts to become NCW’s first Triple Crown Champion. Eerily calm, Doug then told Steve that he could only look after himself and that Weiner’s services would no longer be needed as he provided a swift kick to the nether regions on “The Turtle”. Doug then used a steel chair on his former partner, and prepared to lay waste to Weiner before Batello & Lumberjake returned to chase Summers off.

– In the Main Event of the evening, “The Juice” JT Dunn defeated Buddy Romano in an I Quit Match to win his second NCW Heavyweight Championship after Romano quit to Dunn’s ‘lion tamer’. This match saw both men beat the holy hell out of each other, brawling all over the Elks Lodge. The match also saw referee Redd Roche get inadvertently knocked out by a wayward JT Dunn elbow, Mike Paiva show up to try and help his Zero Tolerance cohort, and JC Marxxx being forced to watch his man quit while being held back by Commissioner Livsley, and ending JC’s NCW career.

Northeast Championship Wrestling will return for its 2013 wrestling season on Friday night February 22nd when NCW returns to the Elks Lodge in Norwood, MA for COLLISION COURSE.

NCW WrestleFest VIII Preview

This Friday night Northeast Championship Wrestling returns to the Elks Lodge in Norwood, MA for the final event of the 2012 wrestling season when NCW presents WrestleFest VIII.

All three major championships will be on the line at WrestleFest, in addition to the 2012 Season Cup Match. While the night’s Main Event will feature Buddy Romano defending the Heavyweight Championship against former Champion “The Juice” JT Dunn in an I Quit Match, the reigning New England Champion “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva will put his title on the line against “The Insider” Kevin Perry in a Lumberjack Match.

The Loomis Brothers will collide in another WrestleFest classic, this time with Eddie’s pride on the line as he attempts to prove himself against his older brother David. “RIOT” Kellan Thomas goes against his rival Scotty “By GOD” Vegas in an expected war while the BLT look to retain their Tag Team Titles in their toughest challenge to date.

The Norwood Elks Lodge is located at 150 Winslow Avenue in Norwood, MA directly off of Rt. 1A. Doors open for this event at 7pm with a 7:30pm bell time. Tickets are only $10 for adults and $5 for all kids twelve and under.

On November 30th the careers of Buddy Romano and JT Dunn will collide one final time when both men step into the ring at WrestleFest VIII to battle for the NCW Heavyweight Championship, this time in an I Quit Match. After winning the vacant NCW title in the REUNION Championship Tournament Dunn’s reign as champion lasted of all of a month when JC Marxxx and Zero Tolerance ensured that Romano regained the title by any means necessary in their West Warwick Street Fight at NCW Spring Slam. Since then Buddy has kept a stranglehold on the championship, holding back challenges from “RIOT” Kellan Thomas, Steve “The Turtle” Weiner, and even  his own Zero Tolerance partner David Marxxx-Loomis while ducking “The Juice” at every turn.

Dunn would not be denied however, winning his final championship opportunity at TOTAL ELIMINATION, winning three matches in one night en route to becoming the #1 contender for Romano’s title at WrestleFest. At the Final Countdown in Foxboro, JC Marxxx accepted Dunn’s challenge for the I Quit Match at WrestleFest, truly believing Romano could defeat “The Juice” in Norwood. Confident in his client’s abilities Marxxx then put his own career on the line, placing all his odds on the NCW Heavyweight Champion in Norwood.


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1,231. One thousand two hundred and thirty one days. Over three years as the NCW New England Champion. Mike Paiva has had an unprecedented reign as champion, but on November 30th all the running, hiding, cheating, and manipulating could finally come to an end when “The Original Showoff” defends the New England title against “The Insider” Kevin Perry in a Lumberjack Match with Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley stepping into the ring as the special guest enforcer.

No matter what happens in the end Livsley proved that he was smarter than anyone gave him credit for when he orchestrated Kevin Perry to become a mole inside Zero Tolerance, at the expense of his friends, family, and fans. Working as Mike Paiva’s protege for an entire year, Kevin learned all of Paiva’s tricks without “The Original Showoff” ever realizing his own imminent downfall. When the other foot dropped at TOTAL ELIMINATION, the house of cards that Zero Tolerance had built since their return in 2011, perhaps setting the stage for Mike Paiva’s final night as champion.

While it has been Doug Summers quest to become NCW’s first Triple Crown Champion and win the Tag Team Titles with his best bud Steve “The Turtle” Weiner, the former Heavyweight Champion was crushed to see Ruy Batello & the Lumberjake win the vacant titles at NO FEAR after nearly walking away with the belts himself. Doug’s obsession with becoming Tag Team Champion has seen a decay in his moral compass, willing to take short cuts he avoided in the past while using Steve to his advantage in any way. The team of Pacifico & Big Bully Rezner has seen these two psychopaths struggle to maintain dominance, using bullying and backstabbing to make their mark on the tag team division this Season. At WrestleFest the Big Lovable Team will defend the NCW Tag Team Titles in their toughest challenge yet when “The Portuguese Sensation” & the 2011 Rookie of the Year go up against both The Super Rad AND Pacifico and Rezner.


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Since joining NCW in 2005 the amateur standout David Loomis has always lived by one motto. Winning. Aligning himself with his adopted father JC Marxxx, winning two NCW Heavyweight Titles, retiring Dean “The Beast” Livsley from the ring, these are the accomplishments of a winner. And while David has always been at odds with his youngest brother Eddie since Eddie’s debut in 2010, a tinge of family pride deep within David has yearned for Eddie to step up his game and become more than a fan favorite to the NCW faithful.

After being forced into a tag team match with each other at TOTAL ELIMINATION, which saw Eddie fall victim to a Ruy Batello splash, the elder Loomis has become incensed with disappointment, challenging his little brother to fight him one more time or hang up his boots for good. Can he do it? Can he win?


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“The Maniacal” Jack Krueger w/ Alex Creed vs. Anthony Greene

When “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger eliminated Cenobite from NCW at the 15 year REUNION, the deranged one believed a new era was dawning upon NCW with him at the top of the mountain. Recruiting “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed to join him, it was “The Juice” JT Dunn and an NCW referee named Anthony Greene that tore it all down for Krueger, sending him back to reality and forcing him to once again face his demons.

After losing a tag team match to Dunn & Greene at NCW FALLOUT, a frustrated Jack Krueger took fate into his own hands once again when he brutally attacked AG with a chair, causing himself to serve out a 30 day suspension. At WrestleFest Krueger looks to regain his lost power when he goes one on one with Greene this Friday night in Norwood.


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“RIOT” Kellan Thomas vs. Scotty “By GOD” Vegas

Don’t get between a man and his puppet. After “RIOT” eliminated both himself and Scotty Vegas in 2012 Big City Rumble this past August, a perturbed Vegas took his frustrations out on Kellan’s good “pal” “RIOT” Kepler Thomas, the lovable puppet Thomas brings with him to ringside. Things only intensified when Scotty eliminated “RIOT” from the Total Elimination Finals in Norwood last month, setting the stage for their one on one encounter November 30th at WrestleFest.

“Simply the Best” GA West w/ Doc Ozone vs. Todd Sople

This Season has seen “Simply the Best” GA West struggle to reach the top of the NCW mountain, coming so close but never reaching the breaking point. Since nearly winning the 2012 Big City Rumble West has found himself at a loss, looking for anything to get him back on track and back into title contention. At WrestleFest West will go up against the former NCW Tag Team Champion Todd Sople, another individual who finds himself at a crossroads after his tag team partner Gunar Rowe left the promotion due to injury, forcing Sople to forfeit the Tag Team Titles.

-NCW 2012 Season Cup Match-
“The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed vs. Rob the Giant vs. Christopher James vs. Joey Rage vs. Too Shay

The Season Cup has always been a breakthrough match for many of the young up and comers of Northeast Championship Wrestling to make an impact and establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with for the upcoming year. It’s also been a place where some of NCW’s most popular fan favorites have come to stake their claim as NCW’s best of the best. This Friday night in Norwood a mix of both will enter the elimination match with one goal in mind– victory.

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NCW FALLOUT Results from Riverside

Venue: Riverside American Legion
Ring Announcer: Gary Low
Referees: Dan Tanaka, Redd Roche, & Mark Quinn

For exclusive pictures from NCW FALLOUT check out the gallery here from Picture Dave!

– NCW Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley kicked off NCW FALLOUT, celebrating the birthday of the 2012 Big City Rumble winner Steve “The Turtle” Weiner, as Weiner prepared to challenge Buddy Romano for the NCW Heavyweight Championship. Livsley was then interrupted by JC Marxxx and David Marxxx-Loomis. JC wanted to ensure that his adopted son would continue to back up Zero Tolerance, especially after the tumultuous past few months between Loomis and Romano. David agreed to back ZT, on the condition that he gets to become Heavyweight Champion again, not Buddy. Marxxx relented, but only if David defeated his little brother Eddie Loomis tonight in Riverside.

– David Marxxx-Loomis w/ JC Marxxx d. Eddie Loomis, though at several points during the match, David hesitated against his younger brother before finally putting him away.

The BLT (Big Lovable Team) of “The Portuguese Sensation” Ruy Batello & Lumberjake d. Christopher James & Michael Tootsie Esquire in tag team action, defeating them with the ‘cold cut combo’, an in-stereo ‘ruination’/’log ride’ combo.

“The Heater” Kevin Perry w/ Mike Paiva d. Rob the Giant to become the #1 contender for the NCW New England Championship. Before their scheduled Triple Threat Match for the NE Championship, “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva decided that he would not participate the in 2 on 1 beatdown on the Giant, feeling it was an unfair fight. Livsley then came out to ringside and told Paiva that if he wasn’t wrestling tonight then the match would then become a #1 contenders match.

“The Juice” JT Dunn & Anthony “AG” Greene defeated “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger & “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed when Dunn knocked Creed out cold, and forced him to submit while AG prevented Krueger from making the save.

“Dynamite” Doug Summers d. Too Shay with the ‘beautiful disaster’ in brutal fashion, after a dejected Summers talked about how his best friend was wrestling for the Heavyweight Championship, and he was definitely not bitter by having to wrestle right after intermission. Despite his insistence, Doug took his frustrations out on Shay and despite Shay’s best efforts “Dynamite” was victorious.

“The RIOT” Kellan Thomas d. Scotty “By GOD” Vegas in a hard fought match which saw both men brawl all over the Riverside Legion Hall. Following the match an enraged Vegas promised that this wasn’t over with.

– One half of the NCW Tag Team Champions “The Unequaled One” Todd Sople & his interim partner Pacifico d. Triplelicious & “The Barrington Bulldozer” John Munroe after Dean “The Beast” Livsley forced Sople to defend his championship even with partner Gunar Rowe was unable to appear. Sople picked up the victory after blind-tagging into the ring, and blindsiding an unknowing Triplelicious.

– NCW Heavyweight Champion Buddy Romano w/ JC Marxxx d. Steve “The Turtle” Weiner w/ “Dynamite” Doug Summers to retain the Heavyweight Championship, hitting his own version of ‘kingdom hearts’ on Weiner. Romano almost lost the Championship twice after official Dan Tanaka was knocked out from an errant splash by “Turtle”. Summers then went to assist his partner (we think), hitting Romano with a foreign object. After Weiner hit ‘kingdom hearts’ on Buddy, Livsley called out “The Juice” JT Dunn as the referee, going back to when Livsley deputized Dunn back in July at Summer Meltdown. Dunn nearly counted the three only for Romano to barely get his shoulder up. “Turtle” then hit a second ‘kingdom hearts’, which seemed to keep Romano down save for a foot barely making the ropes as Dunn counted three. While JT missed the foot, on the outside Tanaka didn’t. As Steve began celebrating with the championship Tanaka returned to the ring to restart the match. Buddy then threw Weiner right into Dunn, allowing him to hit Weiner’s own move on him for the tainted win.

Following the show, JT and the entire NCW locker room sang Steve Happy Birthday, with Steve following it up himself with a rousing rendition of Journey’s “Lights”.

Big City Nights: Results from the 2012 Rumble

Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Elks Lodge in West Warwick, RI for the 2012 Big City Rumble, the tenth Rumble event in NCW’s fifteen year history.

Venue: West Warwick Elks Lodge
Ring Announcer: Gary Low
Referees: Redd Roche & “Mr. Clean” Mark Quinn

Pacifico w/ Big Bully Rezner d. “The Portuguese Sensation” Ruy Batello with a rollup after Batello was distracted by Rezner. Following the match Bully and Pacifico continued to assault “The Portuguese Sensation”, with Rezner nailing two bully bombs on Batello.

Scotty “By GOD” Vegas d. Eddie Loomis via knock out after Vegas used ‘the Portuguese flotation’ buy ratello on Loomis while the referee’s back was turned.

Triplelicious & “The Barrington Bulldozer” John Munroe d. Michael Tootsie Esquire & Christopher James in tag team action, finishing both guys in tandem with a powerbomb/chokeslam double team.

“Simply the Best” GA West d. Rob the Giant. Following the match West proclaimed that he would be winning the 2012 Big City Rumble, and that nothing would get in his way.

– NCW Tag Team Champions the Unequaled Destroyers d. The Super Rad via disqualification to retain the NCW Tag Team Championship when Steve “The Turtle” Weiner shoved referee Redd Roche to the mat as Weiner went to save Doug Summers from being attacked by Gunar Rowe, who had take Doug’s trusty wrench from him. An ecstatic Todd Sople & Rowe left ringside with their tag team titles, while a frustrated Summers berated Weiner.

– After a brief intermission, the video screen began playing footage from NCW Summer MELTDOWN and “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger’s loss to referee Anthony Greene. The footage was quickly cut off, and Krueger and his protege Alex Creed made their way to the ring. Krueger informed everyone that no one would ever see that footage again while then scolding “The Twisted Hatter” for dropping the ball in Foxboro, losing to “The Juice” JT Dunn. Creed questioned Krueger, stating that he lost to a former Heavyweight Champion while Jack lost to a referee. Infuriated, “The Maniacal One” assaulted his charge, laying him out with a DDT.

Team Juicy d. Zero Tolerance in an 8 man tag team elimination match, with “The Juice” JT Dunn defeating Buddy Romano to be the sole survivor after David Marxxx-Loomis tossed Romano back into the ring.

Order of Elimination;

  1. “The Heater” Kevin Perry eliminated by AG after Dunn knocked out Perry.
  2. Anthony Greene by David Marxxx-Loomis with his backdriver suplex.
  3. The Lumberjake by David Marxxx-Loomis after Lumberjake knocked himself out with a urinage.
  4. “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva by “The RIOT” Kellan Thomas.
  5. “The RIOT” Kellan Thomas by David Marxxx-Loomis.
  6. David Marxxx-Loomis was eliminated via count out after walking out on Zero Tolerance.
  7. Buddy Romano by “The Juice” JT Dunn after a roaring elbow to the back of Romano’s.

– Following the match JC Marxxx helped Romano back to his feet, and told JT Dunn to savor his victory because after tonight he’d never get another shot at the NCW Heavyweight Champion. Marxxx then put a bounty on JT’s head for the Big City Rumble, putting $2000 of Romano’s money up for any wrestler who could eliminate Dunn from the Rumble.

– Steve “The Turtle” Weiner eliminated “Simply the Best” GA West to win the NCW 2012 Big City Rumble after hitting West with his ‘kingdom hearts’ to the outside. Following the match Weiner celebrated with Doug Summers and asked Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley into the ring, asking Dean to utilize his Heavyweight Title Match not at WrestleFest VIII, but rather on September 21st in Riverside where he would be celebrating his birthday. Livsley agreed to the title match as the champion Buddy Romano and JC Marxxx watched from outside, and with his back turned JT Dunn returned to the ring to toss Romano in allowing Weiner to hit ‘kingdom hearts’ on the NCW Champion!

Order of Entry in the 2012 Big City Rumble;

  1. “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger
  2. Too Shay
  3. Big Bully Rezner
  4. “Dynamite” Doug Summers
  5. The Lumberjake
  6. Christopher James
  7. Roadblock
  8. “The Barrington Bulldozer” John Munroe
  9. “The Twisted Hatter” Alex Creed
  10. “The Juice” JT Dunn
  11. Leon Irons
  12. “The Granite State Destroyer” Gunar Rowe
  13. Eddie Looms
  14. Anthony Greene
  15. “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva
  16. David Marxxx-Loomis
  17. Scotty “By GOD” Vegas
  18. Triplelicious
  19. Rob the Giant
  20. “The RIOT” Kepler Thomas
  21. Michael Everlast
  22. Pacifico
  23. Hunter Ward
  24. “Simply the Best” GA West
  25. Steve “The Turtle” Weiner
  26. E-Dogg
  27. “The RIOT” Kellan Thomas
  28. “The Heater” Kevin Perry
  29. MTE
  30. “The Portuguese Sensation” Ruy Batello

NCW Payback 2012 Results

Venue: Jacob Jones VFW Post
Ring Announcer: Shane “Sipowicz” Daly
Commentator: “Sinista1” Keith Hayes
Referees: Dan Tanaka, Redd Roche, & Anthony Greene
Ringside Security: John Balis
Cameras: Erin McIntyre & Dave Rodrigues

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– The entire NCW locker room came out to the ring before the event started, as NCW Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley stormed out demanding law and order be restored within the promotion. After the events of Spring Slam last month he wanted to make it clear to everyone that no one was bigger than NCW, not even him. At the end of the day however he was still the boss and until then he’d be calling the shots, not Zero Tolerance. Livsley then hyped up the Luck of the Draw Match #1 Contenders Match as well the upcoming NCW Title Match between Zero Tolerance’s Buddy Romano and David Marxxx-Loomis.

“The Portuguese Sensation” Ruy Batello d. NCW Tag Team Champion “The Granite State Destroyer” Gunar Rowe in singles action. With “Dynamic” Jon Thornhill injured and “The Unequaled One” Todd Sople out of Dedham, Batello was able to score a measure of revenge against the man who screwed him out of the Tag Titles in West Warwick, pinning him with ‘Ruination’.

– Before the next scheduled match, “The Maniacal” Jack Krueger entered the ring along with his disciple Alex Creed. Krueger said that he wasn’t worthy yet, and still had much to prove. Krueger opted out of his match, and instructed Creed to decimate his onetime tag team partner Hunter Ward in Dedham.

– “The Twisted Hatter’ Alex Creed w/ Jack Krueger d. Hunter Ward after a distraction from Krueger allowed Creed to hit Ward with a top rope leg line.

– In the “Tootsie Time” interview segment, Michael Tootsie Esquire opted to call out someone he wasn’t quite familiar with in the NCW locker room, the young upstart “Too” Shay Silva. MTE began harassing Silva, degrading him and insulting him left and right. After giving Shay a sucker slap, “Too” Shay responded back with a vicious slap while challenging MTE to a fight.

– “Too” Shay Silva d. Michael Tootsie Esquire in dominant fashion.

“Dynamite” Doug Summers & Steve “The Turtle” Weiner d. Richard Pacifico & Big Bully Rezner after Summers crushed Big Bully with Steve’s shell.

“The RIOT” Kellan Thomas won the #1 Contender Luck of the Draw Gauntlet, pinning “The Juice” JT Dunn after Buddy Romano interfered to distract Dunn. The order of elimination;
1. Scotty “By GOD” Vegas d. Eddie Loomis
2. JT Dunn d. “Simply the Best” GA West after Mark Moment accidentally knocked out West, giving Dunn the opportunity to pin West.
3. Triplelicious d. Mark Moment
4. “The RIOT” Kellan Thomas d. Christopher James
5. “The RIOT” Kellan Thomas d. Scotty “By GOD”Vegas
6. JT Dunn d. Triplelicious
7. “The RIOT” Kellan Thomas d. JT Dunn with a rollup.

– Before the tag team match, Zero Tolerance came to ringside to brag about their dominance. “Cocky” Kevin Cordeiro took the microphone and stated that he’s gone beyond cockiness since joining Mike Paiva, and has re-christened himself “The Heater” Kevin Perry. Mike Paiva also stated that if he lost their match, he would be the chauffeur for the Lumberjake’s Lumberdate!

– The Bash Brothers (Rob the Giant & the Lumberjake) d. Zero Tolerance (“The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva & “The Heater” Kevin Perry) after Perry accidentally distracted Redd Roche, allowing Lumberjake and Robbie to use Gordon (Jake’s 2×4) on Paiva.

– NCW Heavyweight Champion Buddy Romano d. David Marxxx-Loomis to retain the NCW Championship after hitting a low blow on Loomis, giving him an opportunity to drive his knee into David’s skull. Loomis was on his way to defeating Romano when manager JC Marxxx audibly called for Buddy to get up, inadvertently distracting JC’s son David. Following the match both men walked out on Marxxx, leaving Zero Tolerance in shambles.