"BIONIC BULL" DAN BIDONDI, 1st Generation, AIWF-NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIP, Big Bear, Brandon Webb, Chris Escobar, Crazy Chainsaw, Devil's Reject, Doctor Ozone, Donny Rotten, Eric Shred, Frank Champion, Mack Attack, Marquise Wright, Miss Christina, New World Wrestling Extreme, NWWE, Osiris, Richie Rich, Ronnie Ribs, Shay Cash, SHELK AHMED JORDAN, THE CUBAN CRIPPLER RICKY REYES, The Fellowship, The Heavy Hitters, Tokyo Monster Kahagas
New World Wrestling Extreme
“Blood & Bones 6”
September 24, 2016
Woonsocket, RI USA
Ring Announcer: Rich Palladino
Referees: Jack Hill, Jeremy Bell, (other name not heard)
Timekeeper: Chuck Morris
Professor’s Note: We’ve wanted to check out NWWE for a couple of years but this was the first time schedules permitted us to do so. Really good show in a dark and decaying pavilion in 55 degree conditions. We froze but the workers made it worth our while.
Match 1. Donny Rotten (with Miss Christina) v. Richie Rich. W – Rich
The two veterans were fairly even in this contest despite the interference of manager Christina. Rich gets the pin when he dodges Rotten’s dive off the top rope and lets him land on his face.
Match 2. 1st Generation v. Mack Attack. W – 1st Generation
Despite a few years of injuries, Monster Mack was in good form. 1st Generation gave the veterans trouble ending with MM being thrown out of the ring, Trainee #1 superplexed and then quickly pinned by the smaller of the other duo.
Match 3. Big Bear v. Dan Bidondi (with Mr. Old School). W – Bidondi
Bear is perhaps the biggest wrestler in New England. Despite his massive size, he’s quick and has plenty of moves. Bidondi, as others before him, wasn’t quite sure how to handle the giant. He managed to get The Bear on the ground and forced a submission through choke hold.
Match 4. All New England Open Weight Championship: Sheik Ahmed Jordan (Champion with Mr. Old School) v. Crazy Chainsaw. W. – Crazy Chainsaw (DQ)
Two rather large guys had at it. Chainsaw somehow lifted The Sheik into a helicopter and dropped him on his head. He had him pinned but as Referee Hill hit the two count Mr. Old School pulled the official by the leg forcing a DQ. Title stays with The Sheik.
Match 5. The Devil’s Reject Brandon Webb v. Ricky Reyes. W – Reyes
The Lucha Underground Star was likely unaware of Mr. Webb’s formidable technical skills. This match was thrilling for the fans in its intensity and display of scientific wrestling. Reyes somehow pins the larger Reject.
Match 6. No DQ, No Count Out: Marquise Wright (replaced by Officer Jesse Wick) v. “The Widow Maker” Eric Shred. W – Shred
Marquise Wright took the mic and insulted the fans. He then declined to wrestle Mr. Shred, instead providing a substitute from the prison, Jesse Wick. As Shred destroyed Wick he taunted Wright mercilessly but the thug would not enter the contest. Until he tried to interfere to Wright’s benefit and was ejected from the ring area by Referee Bell.
We haven’t seen Shred in a few years and thought he retired. He’s in prime condition and as dangerous as ever. Wright embarrassed himself tonight. He needs to put up or leave NWWE.
Match 7. The Fellowship (Osiris West & Ronnie Ribs with Doctor Ozone & Dante) v. The Heavy Hitters (Shay Cash and Frank Champion) W – The Heavy Hitters
Both teams hold championships in other promotions (The Fellowship in SPW, The HH at NECW). The Heavy Hitters did something we’ve never seen. They dominated and destroyed The Fellowship. Champion and Cash were on top for most of the contest when Apprentice Dante tried to help by diving off the top rope at Champion. He ended up hitting Osiris instead. The HH capitalized. Champion power bombs Osiris for the pin.
Match 8. AIWF-Northeast Championship: Tokyo Monster Kahagas (CH) v. “Pure Talent” Chris Escobar. W – Kahagas
Kahagas showed us why he takes belts wherever he travels around the world. Escobar is truly pure talent and gave Kahagas one his toughest matches. Escobar opened up a nasty wound on his back when Kahagas threw him over the guard rail and into some chairs and fans. Despite this he kept going. After Kahagas pinned him, Escobar showed some respect and asked for, and was granted, a rematch. The he Pearl Harbored Kahagas and ran away. Kahagas seemed to be unaffected by the attack.