This past Friday and Saturday Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Jacob Jones VFW Post in Dedham, Massachusetts for the 2017 Ring of Thrones tournament, with this years tournament featuring a singles and trios bracket.
DEDHAM— Northeast Championship Wrestling’s 2017 Season continues for a huge weekend of pro wrestling action Friday night July 28th and Saturday night July 29th when NCW presents Ring of Thrones, a two night double tournament featuring the very best of New England.
On Friday night July 28th and Saturday July 29th the Ring of Thrones returns to Northeast Championship Wrestling for the second year in a row, with the singles and tag team tournaments taking place over two days at the Jacob Jones VFW Post in Dedham, Massachusetts.
What Ring of Thrones means for Bryce Clayton
By Scoops McGinty
With Curry Boy competing in the Ring of Thrones tournament June 24th and June 25th you know you’re in for a night of surprises, but the biggest surprise following Thursday’s announcement of the Ring of Thrones participants wasn’t Curry Boy but rather the inclusion of Bryce Clayton in the 8 man single elimination tournament. On June 24th in Norwood he’ll be paired up against “The Selfie-Made Man” Vern Vicallo in the Quarterfinals, and the hard-hitting New Hampshire native finally gets the opportunity he’s been looking for since coming to NCW last September.
Friday night June 24th and Saturday night June 25th Northeast Championship Wrestling in conjunction with the Council of Professional Wrestling, Arts, and Sciences presents the NCW Ring of Thrones, a huge two night event featuring 24 men competing in a single elimination tournament as well a tag team elimination tournament.
While some qualified for the Ring of Thrones singles tournament at the 19 Year REUNION in Norwood last month, the council carefully deliberated in the time since looking to fill up the remaining spots in the tournament after consulting with a wide range of experts. After input from Commissioner Dean “The Beast” Livsley, NCW founder JC Marxxx, and various other NCW officials (including President hopeful Rich Bass) the brackets have finally been set for both the singles and tag team tournaments.