DEDHAM—On Friday night November 30th Northeast Championship Wrestling returns to Dedham, Massachusetts for the final event of the 2018 wrestling season when we invade the Jacob Jones VFW Post (84 Eastern Avenue) for NCW WrestleFest XIV! Doors open at 7pm with a 7:30pm bell time. All tickets are only $10 at the door the night of the event with discounted tickets available online at theNCW.com/tickets!
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This past Friday night Northeast Championship Wrestling presented the final event of the 2017 Season from the Elks Lodge in Norwood, Massachusetts with all three NCW titles on the line plus the first ever “ALL MATCHES ARE LEGAL” battle between “The Ace” Mike Montero and “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva. A big thanks to all of our fans who supported us throughout 2017!
Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Norwood Lodge of Elks this past Friday night for NCW FALLOUT, featuring the 2017 Big City Rumble winner Mike Paiva uniting the NCW Defenders against The Uprising.
@NCWTelevision comes to you courtesy of NPA-TV (Verizon Channel 35/Comcast Channel 8) bringing all the characters, excitement, and action from the NCW ring right to you at home! For episode showings check your local listings at http://www.npatv.org and for those outside the Norwood area keep up to date with episodes here on theNCW.com and at http://www.vimeo.com/channels/NCWtv.
Northeast Championship Wrestling’s 2016 finale was one for the record books as all hell broke loose in the closing moments of WrestleFest, immediately following the Dog Collar Match between NCW Champion The Lumberjake and “Sensational” Scott Levesque.
For only $5 revisit this NCW classic featuring three NCW title matches, the Ox Baker Memorial Cup, and so much more!
Northeast Championship Wrestling returned to the Norwood Lodge of Elks this past Friday night in Norwood for the final event of the NCW 2016 Season. A HUGE thank you to all of our fans who have supported NCW this year, and thanks to Brian Fagen of the Norwood Elks and John Balis of the Jacob Jones VFW Post for their support.
What happened last night in Norwood, Massachusetts was an act of war. As a fourteen year old kid I started NCW with my cousin Michael looking for an outlet to showcase my love for professional wrestling, but what happened last night at WrestleFest XII went far beyond wrestling.
In the years since I’ve been a jerk, I’ve been a bad guy, and I’ve done things I’m not too proud of. But since leaving the managerial world behind and putting “JC Marxxx” to bed I’ve come to appreciate the sacrifice and dedication of the performers inside the NCW locker room.
Working full-time behind the scenes I’ve seen how hard guys like Dean Livsley work, and how much he gives back to the fans of NCW without asking for anything in return. Over the last year I’ve seen Lumberjake take the title of NCW Heavyweight Champion, wear it with pride, and defend it against all comers.
Last night Jake beat Scott Levesque in a brutal dog collar match, and rather than take their losses like men Beau Douglas, Rich Bass, and the gang of thugs backing them decided to wreak havoc at the Norwood Elks.
Mayhem. Anarchy. Chaos.
We could just fire you and tell you to never come back. But Dean doesn’t want that. Jake doesn’t want that. Our entire locker room doesn’t want that. In 2017, we get payback.
Founder of NCW
This Friday night Northeast Championship Wrestling returns to the Norwood Lodge of Elks for NCW WrestleFest XII, the final event of our 2016 wrestling season. Doors open at 7pm with a 7:30pm bell time and tickets will be available at the door $10 for adults and $5 for all kids twelve and under. This is not going to be an event you’ll want to miss.
NORWOOD— On Friday night November 18th Northeast Championship Wrestling presents the final event of our NCW 2016 Season when we return to the Norwood Lodge of Elks (152 Winslow Avenue) in Norwood, Massachusetts for NCW WrestleFest XII! Sponsored by Studio T.Bills Doors open at 7pm with a 7:30 scheduled start time. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for all kids twelve and under, and are currently available online at http://theNCW.com/tickets and will be available at the door the night of the event.