Hang out with Northeast Championship Wrestling and head back into the archives to take a look at various NCW wrestlers before they were stars!
Featuring WWE Superstar Fandango, WWE Superstar Mike Bennett, former ROH Superstar Taeler Hendrix, and many more of your NCW favorites!
Tonight! Northeast Championship Wrestling returns to the Jacob Jones VFW Post in Dedham, Massachusetts for NCW Saturday Night! Doors open at 7pm with a 7:30pm bell time. Tickets will be available at the door $10 for adults and $5 for kids twelve and under.
Without a doubt WrestleFest XI will go down as one of the most epic nights in Northeast Championship Wrestling history, featuring some amazing action and shocking surprises. NCW WrestleFest XI will be available soon on DVD, On Demand, and Digital Download but in the meantime here’s a video recap of our 2015 Finale.
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!
During the NCW Heavyweight Championship tournament during the 2012 Season, Lumberjake shockingly defeated the NCW New England Champion to advance in the tournament. Paiva then set his sights on the 2011 Rookie of the Year, with both men trading victories back and forth with one another.
The epic rivalry between “The Original Showoff” Mike Paiva and “The Portuguese Sensation” Ruy Batello spans over eight years. Though the war has raged for years, the height of their feud came in 2008 when Mike Paiva declared war on his fellow “NCW Originals”, doing his best to kill the legend of Ruy Batello once and for all leading to the events of WrestleFest IV.
In 2010 the fun loving Buddy Romano shocked NCW fans when he turned on the NCW Tag Team Champions Generation SLAM (Timothy Pittman & “Dynamic” Jon Thornhill), orchestrating a brutal attack on Thornhill along with his former Slamtech pal Owen Graichen leading to a very personal war between Generation SLAM and Generation SLAMtech.
On May 1st, 2009 at NCW’s 12 year REUNION NCW Heavyweight Champion David Loomis, “Dynamite” Doug Summers, “The Showoff” Mike Paiva, and Dean “The Beast” Livsley competed in a REUNION Scramble for the NCW Championship.
During the match Livsley was taken out by his rival Loomis with officials bringing him back for medical assistance while the three other men continued on with the match. After eliminating Paiva Summers fell prey to Loomis, with David and JC Marxxx believing the match was over, that is until the exhausted and injured “Beast” returned to the ring to finish the job.
At NCW’s 2008 REUNION (April 12th, 2008) in Pomfret, Connecticut Michael Tootsie Esquire attempted to wish NCW Champion “Dynamite” Doug Summers a happy birthday by bringing a cake to ringside during Doug’s title match with Tim Kilgore. Unfortunately for MTE things did not go as he had planned.