Northeast Championship Wrestling
Norwood Elks, Norwood, MA USA
July 22, 2016
“Red, White, And Bruised”
Ring Announcer: Shane Daly
Commentary: Atlee Greene, Dallas McCarthy, Derek Simonetti
Referees: Red Roche, Eric Greenleaf
The Boss: Dean “The Beast” Livesly
Professor’s Notes: Auxiliary lights were added which resulted in better stills and presumably better video. This was a good move as NCW presents its matches on Norwood Cable Access. The product deserves a better visual quality. The company once again gives way more than your money’s worth, with 11 quality matches. You can read NCW’s official report here.
1. New England Championship Rematch: JT Dunn (C) vs. Osiris (with Doctor Ozone). W – Osiris
A rematch from Ring of Thrones night 2, where Pro Wrestling’s Savior dispossessed Osiris of his championship. A spirited match in which momentum went Osiris’ way. He finished Dunn with a knee to the face and a pin after failing to get the pinfall a few minutes earlier due to Referee Roche’s slow count. Both athletes acknowledge the other on mic post match.
Outside Tussle. Image: The Professor
Those Ring Posts Are Hard on The Hands. Image: The Professor
Roche and Osiris. Image: The Professor
Redemption. Image: The Professor
2. Tim Lennox (with Tim Davidson) v. Dan Ram Ramirez. W – Ramirez
Ramirez is on a winning streak at NCW but Lennox thought he had him when surprisingly Dan Ram reversed a Lennox move off the ropes for a pin. Bass and Company entered and offered Ramirez the opportunity of a lifetime: Membership in the Cartel. Unbelievably he demurred, when any sane man would have signed on the spot and kissed Mr. Bass’ hand.
Ramirez. Image: The Professor
He Thought he Had it. Image: The Professor
3. Sensational Scott Levesque (with Rich Bass) v. Curry Boy (with Kellan Thomas). W – Levesque
The whimsical young masked grappler gave the premiere wrestler in New England a good contest but there was little doubt of the outcome. Levesque grabs the kid off the ropes for a quick pin.
(We figured out the identity of Curry Boy. We recognized his eyes through the mask. He’s a wrestler well known to this reporter. His secret is safe with us).
Rich Bass. One of The Few Wrestling Minds That Rivals The Professor’s. Image: The Professor
Sensational Scott Levesque – New England’s Premiere Wrestler. Image: The Professor
Curry Boy. Image: The Professor
See Ya Curry Boy. Image: The Professor
4. Mr. Wrestling XIII Open Challenge v. The Heavy Hitters (Frank Champion & Shady Shay Cash). W – The Heavy Hitters
Mr. Wrestling XIII claims on mic to be one of the world’s top wrestlers. We have no reason to doubt his claim. He issued an open challenge and had the guts to face both members of the Heavy Hitters at once. The Hitters found this contest to be a joke, despite Mr. Wrestling XIII doing everything a skilled wrestler should do including trying a body slam on Cash and tripping Champion to no avail. Frank finished the masked southerner off with a power slam. After the bell Mr. Wrestling XII appeared, too late to help.
Mr. Wrestling XIII. Image: The Professor
HH’s Having Trouble Crediting The Situation. Image: The Professor
Mr. Wrestling XIII Attempts a Body Slam. No Dice. Image: The Professor.
Mr. Wrestling XII Was Too Late to The Party. Image: The Professor
5. “Foxy” Calvin Campbell v. Tyler Nitro. W – Campbell
Young Nitro made the mistake of disrespecting Campbell’s expensive, and elegant, leopard skin jacket he stole from the locker room. He paid for this with the receipt of an intense beating. Campbell threw the jacket in the kid’s face and pinned him when he was off-balance.
Campbell Punishes The Coat Stealer. Image: The Professor
Tyler Nitro. Image: The Professor
Nitro. Image: The Professor
6. Four Corners Elimination Match: Turtles in Time (Steve “The Turtle” Weiner & Insane Dick Lane with Delilah Hayden) v. The Maine State Posse (Aiden Aggro & DangerKid) v. CrossFit (Dan Terry & Derek Andrews) v. The Half Time Show (Mike Paiva & Rob Araujo). W – CrossFit
As usual with these types of matches, there was too much going on at once with 8 participants to really follow any specific trend for one team or another. The svelte Derek Andrews finished things by pinning Insane Dick Lane to retain the championship for CrossFit.
Paiva & Araujo. Image: The Professor
Male Model Derek Andrews. Image: The Professor
Turtles in Time. Image: The Professor
Dan Terry – The Living Hercules. Image: The Professor
He’s Got it And He Knows it. Image: The Professor
7. Old School Cory Michael v. Beau Douglas. W – Inconclusive
Old School Cory Michael came in dancing and did not see the Living Legend make his way to the apron. Mr. Douglas objected to the youth’s disrespect of the ring and made his displeasure known both verbally and physically. Once the youngster had wisely fled, Mr. Douglas announced his intention to become the next President of NCW. As much as we admire what Mr. Livesly has accomplished with this company, we can’t help but support one of the greatest wrestlers, and wrestling minds in New England. (there were at least 3 wrestling intellectuals in the building last night.)
Living Legend And Presidential Aspirant Beau Douglas. Image: The Professor
8. Tripleicious v. Bryce Clayton. W – Clayton
Who would ever seriously want to get in a ring with a maniac like Tripleicious? Clayton did a good job of dominating the veteran, including reversing what should have been the kill sequence into a roll up of Tripleicious. Trip was having none of it and attacked Clayton after the bell, focusing on disabling one arm and shoulder. He used the bell to beat his opponent, then put it on him and stomped his shoulder into oblivion. Referee Roche tried to stop this but failed to do so. He did manage to get Tripleicious out of the ring before he brought a hammer to bear. Roche may have saved Clayton’s career.
Clayton Goes to Work. Image: The Professor
Fake Plea. Image: The Professor
He Did The Unthinkable. Image: The Professor
Post Bell Sadism. Image: The Professor
9. The Cartel (DJ AC & Sammy Deleon with Rich Bass & Sensational Scott Levesque) v. The Aristocrats (Tomahawk & Zachary Pierre Beaulieu). W – The Aristocrats
Commissioner Livesly was the special referee for the match. He ejected Scott Levesque early for interfering with Beaulieu. Bass has brought Kool People far into the dark side but the older team dominated. They finished Sammy with a double power slam on his back and pin. To add insult, Tomahawk stole Mr. Bass’ glasses and wore them for the last 1/2 of the contest. Mr. Livesly ended by scoop slamming Rich Bass into submission.
Sammy Deleon. Image: The Professor
DJ AC. Image: The Professor
Veteran Beats on Rookie. Image: The Professor
Bass Earns His Percentage. Image: The Professor
Bass Pays a Price. Image: The Professor
10. Ace Romero v. Kellan Thomas. W. – Thomas
Thomas had a tough time figuring out how to deal with a man who weighs at least 100 pounds more than him and is nimble to boot. He held his own though Romero should have prevailed. Thomas kicks him in the face followed by a clean pin.
Thomas sizing up a Giant. Image: The Professor
Romero Puts The Hurt On. Image: The Professor
11. Heavyweight Championship: The Lumberjake (C) v. Alexander Lee. W – The Lumberjake (DQ)
The Champion was clearly on his way to disposing of his opponent when Lee’s confederate miscreants from Down East entered and ganged up on the giant. They managed to tape his hands behind his back with electricians’ tape to the ring post. Lee brought out scissors and was about to shear The Lumberjake when Referee Roche intervened. He paid for this as The Main State Posse cut most of his red locks off right in the ring. The faces backstage stormed in and saved Roche but it was way too late for his hair. The Lumberjake challenged Lee to a match with his own hair vs. Lee’s chest hair on the line at The Big City Rumble next month.
The Champion Attacks. Image: The Professor
Yankee Beat Down. Image: The Professor
Lumberjake Bound. Out come the Fiskars. Image: The Professor
Friday August 26th
Big City Rumble