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411 Indy Update: NECW Thoughts, ONS Goes Crazy, Malice, Results
Posted by Josh Nason on 08.11.2002

Friday night's NECW show in Somerville, Mass, - the fed's 2nd Anniversary show - was a great one as always, featuring great local talent and the Briscoe Brothers of ROH/New Jersey fame. Great job overall and their next show on October 4 should be a solid effort as well. Happy birthday to Sheldon Goldberg's NECW!

--New England Championship Wrestling
Goodtimes Emporium - Somerville, Mass.
Credit: Yours truly
NECW Tag Tourney Semifinals: Slyk Wagner Brown/April Hunter beat One Night Stand (followed by a bizzare incident where Ronnie Lishus/Edward Xctasy began shooting on management in an expletive-filled tirade which resulted in their dismissal from the building. The two actually stole the new Tag Belts as well, disappointing Goldberg for the final match.), Egomaniacs (Johnny Idol/Mike Steele) beat All Knighters, Paul Tyrrell beat Aaron Morrison, Phoenix beat Mercedes Martinez by dq, Antonio Thomas beat Maverick Wild by dq, NECW Champion Alex Arion beat Justin Powers, Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe went to a draw, Egomaniacs beat Slyk Wagner Brown/April Hunter to win the NECW Tag Titles.

And as always, referee Josh Laprell was a solid star.

The fed will have a rebroadcast of the show via the 'net at www.imassradio.com on Tuesday night at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

--New School Wrestling
NSW Arena - Zephyrhills, Florida.
Credit: newschoolwrestling.com
Manny Montana defeated Bobby Danger and Psycho Joe, TNT Kenny G defeated Psycho Joe, Deathrow Jethro defeated Robbie Markson, Forsaken defeated the Natural Blondes, Chase Lightning defeated Lavey, Dale Williams defeated Scott Hotshot and Taurus in a three-way, NSW Champion Druid beat Scott Davis, NSW Tag Champions Anger Management defeated the Heartbreak Express and Socially
Unacceptable in a three-way.

--UWF-PA on 8/16 at the West Fallowfield Community Center in Cochranville, PA, and 8/17 at the National Guard Armory in Altoona, PA.

--Virginia Championship Wrestling
Gloucester County Fair - Gloucester, Virginia
Credit: Justin Russell
Steve Perez pinned Logan Knight, VCW Tag Team Champions Idol X and Greg Steele defeated Damien Wayne and Arnez Brown, Preston Quinn won a battle royal, Phil Brown pinned Korie James, Dirty Money pinned Preston Quinn, VCW Cruiserweight Champion Sean Lei pinned Chris Escobar. The fed goes on 8/24 at Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk, Virginia, 8/25 at the Omni Hotel Ballroom in Newport News, Virginia and 8/31 at the Abingdon Ruritan Club in Gloucester, Virginia.

--Phoenix Championship Wrestling
Lavalette, NJ
Credit: phoenixwrestling.com
Rob Eckos def. Debonaire, San ji Khan def. Slayer and Little Ricky in a triple threat match, Eric Justice/Matt Vandal def. General Zieg/Diecast Daniels, The United Nations def. Da Hit Squad to become the new PCW tag team champions, Donnie Bon Jovi def. Donnie B. in a loser never wrestles in a PCW ring again, PCW Champion Malice def. Mike Preston.

--Independent Wrestling Federation at the IWF Centre in West Paterson, NJ on Saturday, 8/17 and Sunday 8/18. Go to www.wrestlingiwf.com for ticket info.

--NWA Wildside's Slim J will join Shark Boy and Kid Kash to face the Spanish Announce Team this Wednesday on TNA.

--NWA Wildside on 8/17 in Cornelia, GA with Rick Michaels, David Young, Adam Jacobs, Tony Mamaluke, Briscoe Brothers and more. Go to www.nwa-wildside.com for ticket info.

--MainStream Wrestling of Canada's upcoming Summer Tour 2002 are: 8/23 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia at the Mariners Centre, 8/24 in Halifax, Nova Scotia at the Forum MPC, 8/26 in Windsor, Nova Scota at the Community Centre and 8/27 in
Kingston, NS at the Western Kings Rink. Go to www.mainstreamwrestling.cjb.net for ticket info. Wrestlers from five different territories will appear on the tour.

--Damaja/Doug Basham are the final team entered into the Phoenix Wrestling Haas Cup Tournament, taking place on August 31 in Toms River, NJ. Ticket info through www.phoenixwrestling.com.

Credit: nason and 411wrestling.com


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