R.I.P. Mr. Fuji

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We received a call in Mexico City today from The Co-Conspirator giving us the sad news of the passing of the legendary Mr. Fuji.  He had a great, long life. The entire Wrestling Professor family sends our condolences to the Fuji Family.

We can only wonder what the impact of his death will be on the economy of Japan, he was that prolific.

Daily Mail coverage

We’ve run this post every year on Mr. Fuji’s Birthday. Here it is one last time:

Mr. Fuji was born on May 4, 1935.  He was active in the Wrestling Business from 1964 until his retirement in 1997.  Mr. Fuji wrestled in the WWWF, Georgia Championship Wrestling, WWF, The Territories, and all over the world. He teamed with Haystacks Calhoun, Mr. Saito, and Professor Tanaka.  He managed such notables as Yokozuna and Don Muraco.  When the Professor was a kid he loved to watch Mr. Fuji throw salt into his opponents’ eyes.

The Famous Mr. Fuji. Image: pwpix

Mr. Fuji’s business interests and influence go far beyond Wrestling.  He was, and still is, a major player in both the U.S. and Japan.  Did you know..

Mr. Fuji was an accomplished Horticulturist, developing his own variety of Apple 

Fuji Apples. Image © The Wrestling Professor

Fuji Apples. Image © The Wrestling Professor

Mr. Fuji’s Personal Airship from one of his many companies, Fuji Film

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Mt. Fuji in Japan was named after Mr. Fuji. (This is unconfirmed)

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Professor on The Road – Latin America

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The Professor is in Argentina and Mexico for the next couple of weeks attending to some of his many business interests.  Posts will continue regardless. The next show we have scheduled is the SPW event in Plainville on Sept. 25. Hope to see you there.

Don’t miss NECW’s anniversary event Bash 16 Sept. 10 in Wakefield, MA.

Buenos Aires. Image: SeriousSeats.com

Buenos Aires. Image: SeriousSeats.com

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Mexico City. Image: feelgrafix.com

Showcase Pro Wrestling Results & Reviews Attleboro, MA USA Aug. 20, 2016

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Showcase Pro Wrestling
August 20, 2016
The Moose
Attleboro, MA USA

Ring Announcer: Sgt Muldoon
Referees: Zack Belair, Hugo
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner & Timekeeper: Mr. Frank Rocha

Professor’s Note: Another great night at The Moose, the smallest wrestling room in New England. This time the air conditioner was whisper silent. We love The Moose. SPW announcers are now citing each wrestler’s CV of past titles held around the world. This makes things more interesting, credits the workers, and lets fans know the quality of the antagonists.

Match videos will be available after 9:00 p.m EST 23 August at our YouTube channel. We are going to be in South America and Europe for most of the next month on non-wrestling business and won’t be able to cover the next few shows. See you in Plainville on Sept. 20.

New Champion Buck Nasty Shoots His Mouth Off
Buck Nasty was crowned SPW Heavyweight Champion last night and by rights has earned the time in front of the fans to state his views. The majority of fans continue to disapprove of the man from Deliverance but an audible minority showed their support and respect. The always tiresome Papa Nasty has resurfaced with his usual banal comments in support of his son.

New Champion Speaks. Image: The Wrestling Professor

New Champion Speaks. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 1. Trash Man Rob Roberts v. Richie Rich. W – Rich

Roberts is a former hard-core star who has worked very hard the last few years to hone his scientific skills for success in the mainstream of modern wrestling. He’s done well, most recently teaming with Joe The Trash Man after a period of time seconding Buck Nasty.

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Wrestling Scientist Richie Rich.Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Roberts Saves His Knees by Grabbing The Ropes. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Rob Roberts. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Rob Roberts. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Mr. Rich is an amazing old school technical wrestler. The unsophisticated fan may see an older guy in a singlet and real wrestling boots and think he’s outdated but nothing could be further from the truth. Rich is one of the best around and his technique is so fluid and elegant that it’s a pleasure to watch. The smarter young wrestlers observe his matches closely.

Rob is getting better all the time (his matches with Richie are a factor in his advancement) but tonight the former Florida State Champion put him to sleep.

Match 2. Diabolical Scott Ledeur v. Carlos Esteban. W – Ledeur (Submission)

Carlos is paying his first year dues in a big way. Being put in the ring with someone as violent as Scott Ledeur may be more than training – it may be a weeding out process. Esteban defended himself to the best of his ability but Ledeur threw him around like a rag doll, finally pulling him down by his neck in what looked like a career-ending snap mare, forcing a quick submission. Luckily Scott’s attendant from the institution was on hand with a bowl of mashed potatoes to lure him out of the room and presumably into a nice quiet space.

Diabolical Scott Ledeur. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Diabolical Scott Ledeur. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Rage. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Ledeur’s Attendant Ready With The Mashed Potatoes. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 3. Midget Match: Brian “Party Time” Partington v. Robbie The Giant. W – Robbie The Giant

The most insane comedy match from this duo yet.  Tons of fooling around, making the crowd laugh, and general mayhem.  Robbie pinned Brian for the official contest but there was also a pin of Ledeur when he wandered into the ring when the diminutive men threw the referee on his prostate form.  A dance show with kids ensued. Great fun for everyone.

Teacher v. Student. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Teacher v. Student. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Ledeur Pinned. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Ledeur Pinned. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Dance Party. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Dance Party. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 4.  Todd Harris v. Sammy Deleon (with DJ AC). W – Harris

Todd Harris came out to defend something called “The Harris Country Club Title”. He had a belt, presumably a vanity belt funded by Harris Senior.  Sammy was unable to counter Harris’ aggression and cunning.

Todd Harris. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Todd Harris. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Sammy Deleon. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Sammy Deleon. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Deleon & Harris. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Deleon & Harris. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Sammy in Pain. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Sammy in Pain. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Harris, despite a painful blow to his face puts a knee to the back of Sammy’s neck and pins him.  Harris as we’ve said is getting bigger and stronger every month.  He’s on his way.

Match 5. Vinton & Night v. Levesque & Redemption  W – Double DQ

The Cartel members could not resist attacking Sgt. Muldoon and his niece Alisha once again. It spoiled the match which otherwise was quite vicious. Alisha was there as backup with a night stick but it all came to a bad end when Bass’ goons made sport of everyone in the contest including the referee. Night & Vinton were upset that the match was called a double DQ, feeling that the bad guys were to blame. Referee Belair is growing in his job and is much more assertive with miscreant wrestlers. Ugly.

Earned Arrogance. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Earned Arrogance. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Man Dominates. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Man Dominates. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Alicia v. The Behemoth. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Alicia v. The Behemoth. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Man Torments. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Man Torments. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 6: Heavyweight Championship: Buck Nasty (C) with Papa Nasty v. Chris Matrix.  W – Nasty

We expected Chris Matrix to be SPW Champion by now. He got a shot last night but Buck Nasty is holding onto his belt tightly. He was as aggressive and mean as ever. It was too soon (1 day) after Nasty achieved his 10 year quest.  Not Matrix’ night.

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Chris Matrix. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Nasty Hold. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Nasty Hold. Image: The Wrestling Professor

We Have to Face it - It's Their Show Now. Image: The Wrestling Professor

We Have to Face it – It’s Their Show Now. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Nasty puts Matrix down with a neck breaker with his full 300+ pounds. Followed by his trademark top rope splash for a pin.  No one can get out of that. Matrix vowed that he’s not done with Buck. We expect him to be back this fall with another shot and perhaps then the title that should be his will be.

Next Shows:

Friday, September 16, 2016
Bell Time: 7:47pm
Doors: 7:00pm
Tickets: $8 Adults $5 Kids @ the door
SPW Arena – 126 Main St. Woonsocket, RI

Saturday, September 17, 2016
Bell Time: 7:07pm
Doors: 6:30pm
Tickets: $12 @ the door
Moose Lodge – 241 Thacher St. Attleboro, MA 

Sunday, September 18, 2016
Bell Time: 1:00pm
Part of Raynham Pride Day
Raynham, MA

Sunday, September 25, 2016
Bell Time: 1:00pm
Part of Lion Club Fall Festival
Plainville, MA


 

Showcase Pro Wrestling Results & Reviews Woonsocket, RI USA Aug. 19, 2016

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“Woonsocket Rumble”
August 19, 2016
Showcase Pro Wrestling Training Center & Arena
Woonsocket, RI USA

Ring Announcers: Jake Diamond, Derek Moore
Referees: Senior Official Rob Sandow, Zack Belair, Kyle Rocha, Hugo
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner: Mr. Frank Rocha

9 quality matches including 2 feuds, a championship contest, and a royal rumble for $8. Plus we all got to lose a few pounds in the sauna that is the SPW Arena in August. Chris Blackheart gives the best value of any company in New England Wrestling.

(Videos will be available Monday 22 August. after 10:00 p.m. EST on our YouTube Channel)

Match 1. Chris Matrix v. Ryan Silva. W – Matrix.

Matrix gave the kid a chance to show his skills before destroying him with a helicopter and hard slam.

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Schooling The Whippersnapper. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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The Kid Has Some Moves. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Jake Diamond Starts Feud With Carlos Esteban

Dapper Ring Announcer Diamond surprised us all by confronting Esteban. He called him a “loser” and challenged him to a fight.  After slapping the Peruvian, a match was set for later in the evening.

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Rookie Conflict. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Benny Blanco Interview Spoiled by Buck Nasty

The Champion’s spot with Derek Moore was rudely interrupted by a Buck Nasty ambush. Mr. Blanco was obviously hurt which did not bode well for their title match later in the evening.

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The Champion and Mr. Moore. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Nasty Rubs it in. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 2. Richie Rich v. Trash Man Rob Roberts.  W – Rich

Trash Man Rob showed balls by being willing to go against the WWF veteran who is on a tear to prove that he is the best after a nasty divorce from former champion Superstar Shawn Candido. Rich probably can’t be stopped right now. Roberts got in some licks but it was Rich’s night.

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Rich & The Trash Man. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 3. Brian “Parties” Partington v. Robbie The Giant Araujo. W – Partington

Billed as a “student challenges teacher” match, Brian took on one of the top wrestlers in New England and showed us all how far he’s come by winning. Robbie was quite angry and looked like he was ready to explode on his protegé but the men ended up in a hug and mutual tribute. These two guys are good comedy wrestlers but don’t be fooled. They have the stuff to take on anyone, anywhere.

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Student Challenges Teacher. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Class. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 4. Jake Diamond v. Carlos Esteban. W – Esteban (Count Out)

The rookies demonstrated not only their mutual distaste but showed the crowd what the SPW school is all about.  Good technical wrestling from two men of similar size and build. Their fundamentals are strong, thanks to discipline, proper training, management by their trainers and the promoter. Diamond decided to make an exit before he was too banged up and took the count out. Smart, and not a bad ending for a first match.

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They Credit The SPW School Well. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Esteban & Diamond. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 5. Nick Night v. Diabolical Scott Ledeur. W – Night

Nick Night has wrestled hundreds of different people in his storied career but none as hard to gauge as Scott Ledeur. He had a heck of a time trying to figure out how to beat the disturbed worker, though he got there in the end. Despite his issues, Ledeur is strong, skilled, and willing to take enormous risks to win. He’s the ultimate wild card in New England at this point. Everyone should be worried. On any given night he just might take someone’s belt.

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Diabolical Scott Ledeur. The Most Dangerous Man in New England. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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“The First”. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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A Small Post Match Breakdown. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 6. Adrenaline Rush (Dangerous Daniel Evans & Keith Youngblood) vs. Sammy Mack & Dan Ram Ramirez – No Contest

Evans has had a rough go of it at SPW. Fan disapproval, some losses in matches he thought he had in the bag, and bad luck. Partner Youngblood encouraged him to get in the ring and show Woonsocket what they are about. Adrenaline Rush face a tough team and might have won had Referee Sandow not disqualified both teams for non-compliance with his instructions.

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Dangerous Daniel Evans. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Ramirez Wails on Youngblood. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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The Power of Sammy Mack. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 7. Donny Rotten (with Miss Christina) v. Big Dog Butler. W – Butler

Newcomer (but obviously veteran) Rotten surprised us with his youthful agility and ability to face a much larger opponent. The guy might have won if he had gone for the pin after using a neck breaker to get Butler on the ground. He got greedy and went for the high spot which was interrupted as he climbed the ropes by Butler. Butler Frog Splashed and pinned the man from New York. We hope to see more of Mr. Rotten.

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Donny Rotten and The Lovely Miss Christina. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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They Impressed. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Chicken Bone For The Big Dog. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 8.  Heavyweight Championship: Benny Blanco (C) v. Buck Nasty. W – Nasty (New Champion)

10 long years of toil and disappointment ended for Buck Nasty as he legitimately won the SPW Heavyweight Championship.

This was a no DQ match in which Blanco brought an X Box and Nasty a rope which they used liberally on each other. Blanco unwisely attempted to lift the 300 pound plus Nasty and was finished by a neck breaker and a pin.

Sad for Benny Blanco whose reign was surprisingly short. One could argue that Nasty weakened the Champion with his earlier attack. Our view is that this is wrestling and workers have to deal with this sort of thing. Benny Blanco is the kind of man who we are sure will take this loss for what it is and mount a rematch bid.

For now, congratulations to Buck Nasty. We suggest that part of his purse be spent on a box of Kleenex so he no longer feels compelled to blow his nose on the fans.

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Warning Sandow. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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It Begins. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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10 Years in The Making. Buck Nasty is The SPW Champion. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Match 9. Woonsocket Rumble. W – Night

The entire locker room participated in a Royal Rumble style contest where fans pick the order of entry (a SPW innovation, much copied by others). This was a spirited contest in which a lot of damage was done by and to a lot of wrestlers. Ledeur, Youngblood, Mack, and Night were the final 4. Night pulls it off by rolling up Sammy Mack and quickly throwing Ledeur over. Night has a title shot that is redeemable for one year whenever he wishes to use it.

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Big Dog Splashes The Commissioner. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Night Rolls up Mack. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Next Show:

Saturday, August 20, 2016
Bell Time: 7:07pm
Doors: 6:30pm
Tickets: $12 @ the door
The Moose
241 Thacher Street
Attleboro, MA

 

 

Sad News About D.C. Dillinger

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We are saddened to hear of the unexpected death last Sunday of the legendary D.C. Dillinger.

We were blessed to see him in action at NECW and VCW at The Bell Time Club. Mr. Dillinger was one of the most accomplished athletes in New England. He contributed enormously to wrestling in The Northeast.

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The best tribute we have seen is from his colleagues at NECW:

We are deeply saddened at the news that one of the greatest champions in NECW history, “Daddy Cat” D.C. Dillinger passed away suddenly and unexpectedly at his home on Sunday, August 14th.D.C. Dillinger was undeniably the most decorated competitor in company history – an NECW Heavyweight Champion. NECW Triple Crown Champion and a record setting 6 time NECW Tag Team Champion, holding the titles with 4 different partners at different times – Jason Blade, Eddie Edwards, Brian Fury and Nick Farenheight.The most famous combination was with Eddie Edwards as Sabotage.  Former WWE and now Ring of Honor announcer put Dillinger and Edwards together as Sabotage in 2003, originally with Nikki Roxx as their manager.  In 2006, as NECW merged with the now defunct PWF, Sean Gorman was paired with Dillinger and Edwards in what became the most notable and prolific partnership in company history.  Gorman’s “Dynasty of Champions” with Dillinger, Edwards and Tanya Lee set the bar higher than any group in company history and their success was largely fueled by the abrasive persona of DC Dillinger.NECW Promoter Sheldon Goldberg explains, “D.C. Dillinger was the proof that a local wrestler could be a bonafide star.  He was a draw because he struck a nerve with the audience and the more he did so, the better he wanted to be.”Dillinger told friends many times that his greatest match was the Steel Cage Main Event for the NECW Triple Crown Championship against “Straight Edge” Brian Fury at the National Guard Armory in Quincy, MA.  The nine month build up to the match and culmination in the cage is still revered as the greatest program in the history of the promotion.Outside the ring, Dillinger was known for his willingness to help and advise up and coming talent and his inimitable sense of humor.

Last September at BASH 15, Sabotage (Dillinger, Edwards and Gorman) reunited to receive the first ever NECW Legend Award.

Our hearts go out to his family and close friends.  The legacy of DC Dillinger will never be forgotten.

The Legend of DC Dillinger by Sheldon Goldberg

WWW Iron Maiden Championship Aug. 13, 2016 Results and Reviews

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World Women’s Wrestling
Iron Maiden Championship
August 13, 2016

Americal Civic Center
Wakefield, MA USA

Promoter: Sheldon Goldberg
General Manager: Paul Richard
Ring Announcer: Chris Norman
Interviewer: Kevin Castro
Referees: Barbara Mahoney, Jack Hill

Our brain trust was excited and a bit nervous for this event. We knew that all the elements were in place for an event as amazing as The Iron 8 but would women in the end be willing and able to meet the threshold of violence and intensity of the men’s version? The answer is an emphatic yes. Edward Wise (notable NE wrestling authority and friend of this site) said to us that the participants in this tournament surpassed the quality of the men’s 2016 Iron 8. He’s measured in his praise so this is a big statement.

Our take is that this show removed the last few molecules of doubt about whether or not women’s wrestling is on complete par with men’s wrestling. Women are now 100% on the level of their male counterparts. You need to see the WWW product live. (WWW will release this event on DVD).

Standout Performer of The Night: Sonya Strong hands down. What a treat to be able to see this superstar in action.

Vanity Vixsen showed that she belongs in the top-tier of NE Women.

Format: 4 one-on-one matches with the winners facing each other in a 30-minute Iron Women match with no DQ. Winner scores most pin falls or submissions and is awarded the Iron Maiden trophy as well as the vacant WWW championship title.

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Former WWW Champion Violet Flame – Presenter of The Trophy. Image: The Wrestling Professor

1. Vanity Vixsen v. Tequila Rose. W – Vixsen

Vanity Vixsen had a relatively easy time of it, beating the less experienced Rose by dropping her on her face for a quick pin.

Tequila Rose. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Tequila Rose. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Vixsen Dominant. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The First Victor. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The First Victor. Image: The Wrestling Professor

2. Sonya Strong v. MJ Jenkins.  W – Strong

Sonya Strong took to the mic and objected to the two women from NYC being put in the same match.  She noted that Jenkins is a friend and that they drove up together. She then Pearl Harbored Ms. Jenkins and proceeded to hurt her badly. Strong dodged a splash in corner, rolled up Jenkins using her feet on the ropes, and got the pin. Who ever heard of friends in Statecraft or Professional Wrestling?

The Lyrical MJ Jenkins. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Lyrical MJ Jenkins. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Strong Dissembles. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Strong Dissembles. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Taking Care of Business. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Taking Care of Business. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Beginning of The End. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Beginning of The End. Image: The Wrestling Professor

3. Solo Darling v. Alexxis Nevaeh.  W –  Nevaeh

Solo brought her usual sugar drink infused energy to this contest. She seemed on track to win until Alexxis took her beverage and used it to dominate the diminutive wrestler like one does when a pet wants a treat. She then sneaked a pin on the sugar creature. A bit of a disappointment as Solo Darling would have been great in the final match.

The Amazing Solo Darling. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Amazing Solo Darling. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Solo Wants Her Sugar Drink. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Solo Darling Brings It. Image: The Wrestling Professor

4. Nikki Valentine v. Mistress Belmont. W – Mistress Belmont

One of Valentine’s best matches. She demonstrated her ample technical abilities all match long. Before the bell even sounded she threw Belmont into a table standing up against the wall. 6 tables fell on the former champion who somehow got up and smashed Nikki over the head with a trash can. Mayhem ensued with Belmont getting the pin.

Wrestling God Mistress Belmont. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Wrestling God Mistress Belmont. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Nikki Inflicts Damage. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Nikki Inflicts Damage. Image: The Wrestling Professor

5. Feature Match: Heavyweight Championship: Todo Loco (C) v. Sensational Scott Levesque (with Miss Sammi Lane).  W – Todo Loco

New England’s Premiere Wrestler entered the room berating and pushing around his valet for some reason. It appeared that he blames her for his frustration at not gaining the title which should have been his years ago. “The Man” should have put more concentration on Todo Loco. Underestimating Todo Loco is a big mistake as Mike McCarthy can attest. The Mexican finished The Man by jumping on his chest from the top.  Post match, Sammi got her revenge with an audible smack in the face to Mr. Levesque. We don’t understand why The Man is not NECW Champion. When he brings his A game, he will be.

The Champion. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Champion. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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The Man. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Let’s Get Loco. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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The Man – Master of Strategy. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Todo Loco Finishes Things. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Sammi Hits Back Hard. Image: The Wrestling Professor

6.  Feature Tag Team Match: Team Sea Stars (Delmi Exo & Ashley Vox) v. Kaitlin Diemond & Toxis. W – Team Sea Stars

Team Sea Stars had trouble with the impromptu pairing of the substantial Toxis with the Canadian Sensation. Vox suicide dived Toxis on the floor and Diemond clearly pinned Delmi Exo. The Referee declared Exo was not the legal woman. While the Canadian argued her case Vox smartly sneaked back in the ring and got the pin. We’d like to see more of Diemond. She showed strength, skill, and stratagem.

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Toxis & Diemond. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Diemond Unimpressed. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Toxis Inflicts Agony. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Toxis Inflicts Agony. Image: The Wrestling Professor

7. Iron Maiden Final: Vanity Vixsen v. Mistress Belmont v. Alexxis Nevaeh v. Sonya Strong. W – Nevaeh

All four women gave it their all, with non-stop brutality from before the bell even sounded. As usual in a four-way, alliances formed and dissolved, bitter one-on-one contests happened in and out of the ring. Strong managed to get revenge on Nevaeh for the humiliating stink face attack in Brockton last month. Strong smashed a pizza box on Alexxis’ face, leading to Alexxis applying a hot slice to her own comely visage. One of hundreds of notable spots was when Vixsen and Strong attempted a double superplex on Belmont. Nevaeh managed to lift and throw all three to the canvas. Amazing. At 20 minutes there was no pinfall or submission. Alexxis pins Strong with 5 minutes remaining and wins the trophy and the WWW championship.

There was some minor and predictable heel vs. face action post bell but it didn’t affect the ceremony. Alexxis acknowledged Strong in her speech as a worthy adversary.

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Stink Face Revenge. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Sonya Strong. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Alexxis Down. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Belmont on The Floor. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Strong v. Nevaeh. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Belmont & Vixsen. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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Gladiatrix. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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She’s Up to Something. Image: The Wrestling Professor

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2016 Iron Maiden Champion Alexxis Nevaeh. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Next Show:
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Something Unique & Special: The Iron Maiden Tournament – Aug. 13th

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The inaugural Iron Maiden competition is on for Saturday August 13th in Wakefield, MA. The format is the same as the famous Iron 8 tournament. 8 wrestlers face each other in 4 one-on-one matches. The 4 winners square off in a 45-minute Iron Women match. The winner is based on who gets the most pin falls and submissions. No DQ, no count outs.

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Image: NECW

The savagery of the 45-minute match knows no parallel in New England wrestling history. It will be interesting to see women in this same situation. Will they rise to the level of sadism set by their male counterparts? The answer in our opinion is likely yes. You need to see this.

Match Ups:

Nikki Valentine vs. Mistress Belmont
Alexxis Nevaeh vs. Solo Darling
MJ Jenkins vs. Sonya Strong
Vanity Vixsen vs. Tequila Rose

4 of the 8 competitors are featured in this August 3rd Brockton Fair event:

As if the Iron Maiden wasn’t enough on one card, Todo Loco defends his NECW Heavyweight title against the Premiere Wrestler in New England, Sensational Scott Levesque. Helen Vale & Toxis face Team Sea Stars.

New England Championship Wrestling proudly presents World Women’s Wrestling 2016 IRON MAIDEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Saturday Night, August 13 at 7:00 PM
Americal Civic Center • 467 Main Street, Wakefield, MA

New England Championship Wrestling proudly presents World Women’s Wrestling and a first event special event – the 2016 IRON MAIDEN CHAMPIONSHIP, a special tournament event where 8 women will compete for a trophy and the honor of being the first ever IRON MAIDEN CHAMPION!   The event takes place on Saturday night, August 13 at the Americal Civic Center, 467 Main Street, Wakefield, MA with a 7 PM bell time.Among the stars appearing in tournament and non-tournament matches: World Women’s Wrestling Champion, Nikki Valentine, Vanity Vixsen, Tequila Rose, Ashley Vox and Delmi Exo (Team Sea Stars), former Triple W Champion, Alexxis Nevaeh, MJ Jenkins, Ray Lyn and more.  Additional details will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets for this event are $15 for adults, $10 for children under 12.  Tickets can be purchased online: http://www.necw.tv/events/

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Image: NECW

 

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