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Over the years “Don’t Stop Believing” has become synonymous with Northeast Championship Wrestling (yes, even before Glee). You know that when Journey hits, the show is over. As we celebrate the New Year, close out 2014, and look back at this amazing Season rock out to some Journey and enjoy!
“The Maniacal” Jack Krueger was suspended by Dean “The Beast” Livsley following the events of NCW FALLOUT, where he blindsided and attacked NCW Official Anthony Greene with a steel chair after the event. Krueger and AG have been involved in a heated rivalry since July, when at Summer Meltdown “The Maniacal” Krueger challenged the referee to step into the ring and wrestle him after Alex Creed lost his match to “The Juice” JT Dunn.
Since then Krueger has stalked both AG and his mentor Dunn, showing up at every turn to cause trouble for the duo. Has Krueger gone too far in his war with the referee turned wrestler?__
Steve “The Turtle” Weiner celebrated his 29th birthday on September 21st, challenging the NCW Heavyweight Champion Buddy Romano for the Heavyweight Title. While Weiner gave everything he had and nearly walked out of Riverside, RI the NCW Champion in the end Romano would find a way to retain the gold. Defeated but not beaten, Weiner, JT Dunn, and the entire NCW locker room closed out the night with a rousing rendition of Journey’s ‘Lights’.Watch this video on NCW’s YouTube!
“The Juice” JT Dunn helps hype up our new domain on the web, TheNCW.com, but Ruy Batello & the Lumberjake make an awful discovery… We’re not ‘online’ anymore.
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”.