Indy News Update #1 for July 21, 2011
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PWO: Footage of Krimson, Gory & Kirst Assaulting PWO Champion Jason Bane

Just weeks before their No-Disqualification PWO Title match at PWO Wrestlelution 4, “The Embodiment of Evil” sent a very physical message to PWO Champion Jason Bane. Dispatching his “Dead Wrestlers Society” of Gory & Kirst in full for the first time ever, Krimson & company gave us a glimpse of what could be a very dark and ominous future for PWO Wrestling.

Krimson wants to possess the dreams and everyone in PWO, and the only way to do so is to capture that which they covet most – the PWO championship belts.

No one has ever treated Jason Bane like this. Will Krimson succeed and become PWO Champion on August 7 on internet pay-per-view?

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Surprise Upset At The J-Cup Tag-Team Tournament, NWS Returns To The Jersey Shore This Weekend, More 2011 J-Cup Competitors Announced, And More

Hello NWS fans! This is your weekly update on what’s happened, what is happening now, and what is going to happen soon in the nation’s leading family-friendly pro wrestling promotion, National Wrestling Superstars.

Upcoming Shows This Weekend

This Saturday night July 23rd, NWS returns to the Island Heights, NJ Fire Company Hall (15 Lake Avenue, just off Route 37, minutes from the Parkway and the Seaside Heights Boardwalk) with a 7:35pm bell time.
John “Balls” Mahoney, a former ECW TV star and a current Jersey Shore resident, will headline a huge night of pro wrestling action in Island Heights. Mahoney will team up with popular fan-favorites The Atomic Dog and Father Oz in a six-man tag-team main event match against northeast wrestling veteran big man Steve “Monsta” Mack and his teammates, NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans and “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smooth.
But another match that has the area fans talking is a long awaited showdown for the NWS Heavyweight Title, as current champion “Rampage” Rogers faces off against the former champion and Ocean County native, who has fought his way back to the number-one contender spot and finally gets his rematch, Ray Ray Marz.
There will also be grudge matches galore in Island Heights. The popular Jersey Shore lunatic Slayer takes on his arch-rival of late Bobby Youngblood in a “Loser Gets A Haircut” Match, as both men will put their trademark long hair on the line to settle their score. And in another long-running rivalry, police officer-turned-wrestler “Bounty Hunter” Johnny Ringo, with his crew of “Bounty Boys”, will once again face his hated nemesis and current NWS Hardcore Champion, “Corrupted” Corey Havoc.
There will also be appearances by regional and local pro mat stars A.C. Kewl, “Ice-Fire” Steve Zapf, and managers “Big 80’s” Donnie V. and Captain Johnny Kool, plus much more.
Tickets are only $19 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
Tickets are available by calling the NWS box office at (732) 888-1704. All major charge cards are accepted, and group rates are available for groups of ten or more. Remaining seats, if any, will go on sale at the door one hour before bell time. View the video about this show at


WWE Alumni and Samoan superstar Manu will take the place of John “Balls” Mahoney on the National Wrestling Superstars Saturday, July 23rd Island Heights Fire Company card. The change, due to Balls Mahoney’s penthent for self destructive childish behavior and non cooperative and just all out assinine nature has become over the past two years more the norm rather than not.

NWS as always wishes to please its many fans but washes its hands dealing with Mr. Mahoney on all future engagements. A sad statement indeed as Balls was always a welcome addition to the NWS roster for many many years.
Results From Last Weekend

This past Saturday night July 16th, National Wrestling Superstars returned after a six week vacation, and as always in the summer, a lighter than usual but better than anticipated Dunellen, NJ Knights of Columbus crowd were treated to a night of excitement and action as the NWS presented the annual Captain Lou Albano Memorial J-Cup Tag Team Tournament.
Before the show, former WWE Hall of Famer Nikolai Volkoff sang “God Bless America” much to the delight of the fans. Then, ring announcer Dapper Johnny Falco introduced the teams of the tournament and told the crowd the rules of the tournament.
In Round One of the Tournament:
Team Champion (NWS Heavyweight Champion “Rampage” Rogers & NWS Hardcore Champion “Corrupted” Corey Havoc) defeated the team of Cannonball & Paco Libro.
The unlikely team of “Mr. Entertertainment” J.D. Smooth & “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm (who was thrust into the limelight when Smooth’s partner original Joey Janela was dropped from the NWS roster) took on current NWS Tag-Team Champions The Jersey Shore Jocks (Mike Dennis & Chris D’Andrea) and came away with the surprise victory of the evening.
Team Supreme (NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans & Corvis Fear) defeated The New Kidz On The Block (Tim Hughes & Leon Saint Giovanni).
Team Thunder Horse (Indian Chief Draven & “The Warrior” Jack Spade) defeated Sanchez and Fast Eddie.
After the first round, the fans were treated to a singles match with indy star Steve “Monsta” Mack taking on 80’s “Retro Rocker” Ricky Roxx. Before the match, Mack saw WWE Hall of Famer Nikolai Volkoff sitting on the stage and told the crowd he was dedicating the match to his childhood idol Nikolai Volkoff. The match can only be described as Total Destruction as Mack dominiated his opponent. After about 3 minutes, he invited Nikolai to the ring to help finish off Retro, but instead of hitting the Rocker, he hit Mack instead. Mack was furious and went to Commissioner Gino Moore and demanded a match to show him that he was the real legend and wanted to prove to everyone that Volkoff should stay out his ring.
In the Semifinal Round:
Team Thunder Horse, with manager Romulus The Great, took on Rampage Rogers and Corey Havoc, known as Team Champion. Fans didn’t know who to cheer as both heel teams brought their “A” game to the match. After nearly 10 minutes, referee Jimmy Storm was knocked down by Romulus, who then handed his team bags of powder which were thrown into the eyes of Rogers and Havoc as the second referee came in to make the count.
Team Supreme took on J.D. Smooth and B. Fehrm in a thrilling contest that saw Team Supreme member Nicky Oceans attack a fan as the fan came to the ring to tell the referee that Team Supreme were cheating. While the referee was trying to help security separate Oceans and the fan, Fehrm and Smooth did some double-teaming of their own and put Corvis Fear down for the 1-2-3.
Before the finals of the tournament, the match made earlier in the evening took place between Steve “Monsta” Mack and Nikolai Volkoff. Volkoff must have taken a double dose of Five Minute Energy as he took it to Mack both in and out of the ring. After 5 minutes, Mack was outside and the fans started him “chicken” as the DeeJay played the Chicken Dance song, setting Mack into a frenzy. When he went back into the ring, it was only a matter of time before Volkoff scored a pin for the win.
Team Thunder Horse, once again with manager Romulus The Great, met J.D. Smooth & surprise partner B. Fehrm in the finals of this prestigous tournament. By the end of the evening, fans, who normally boo the man known as Mister Entertainment (J.D. Smooth) were well behind him and his partner even more so when Romulus once again tried using the powder, but Smooth hit it into Thunderhorse’s eyes allowing Ferm and Smooth to win the tournament.
After the match, all 8 teams went into the ring for a final celebration in front of all the fans.
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Other Upcoming Shows

Saturday night July 30th, NWS returns to Cartertet, NJ’s Divine Mercy/Holy Family Parish Hall (213 Pershing Avenue, just off Washington and Roosevelt Avenues, minutes from the Turnpike) with a 7:35pm bell time.
And since everyone always says that two heads are better than one, NWS presents a night dedicated to tag-team wrestling, appropriately called “Tag-O-Mania”, and topped off by a main event match featuring, appropriately, legendary former WWE Tag-Team Champion and Hall-of-Famer Nikolai Volkoff, teaming up for the first time ever with the former ECW Zombie, to face international star Danny Inferno and Carteret bad boy Steve “Monsta” Mack.
And of course, the NWS Tag-Team Champions themselves, Union’s own Jersey Shore Jocks (Mike Dennis & Chris D’Andrea), will be in Carteret, defending their titles against yet-to-be-announed opponents. They will be joined by standout teams such as Hot And Dangerous (“Too Hot” Steve Scott & Nick Talent), Team Thunder Horse (Indian Chief Draven & “The Warrior” Jack Spade), “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans & Damian Darling, Corvis Fear & “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smooth, Los Luchadors (Manuel Manny Moore & Paco Libro), “Corrupted” Corey Havoc & Chris Steeler, and much more.
Tickets are only $19 for adults and $17 for kids and seniors.
Saturday night August 6th, NWS returns to the Bayshore area of New Jersey at Keansburg, NJ’s New Point Comfort Fire Company Hall (192 Carr Avenue, minutes from Route 36 and the Keansburg Amusement Pier)for the 2011 Chris Candido Memorial J-Cup Tournament.
The J-Cup tournament was begun in 2000 by the now-defunct Jersey Championship Wrestling, and in 2005 the tournament rights were acquired by NWS, who immediately renamed the tournament in memory of former WWE & TNA & ECW legend, and long-time NWS performer, Chris Candido, who tragically passed away days before the NWS first hosted the tournamet in 2005. This event, the second-longest running annual pro wrestling event in the U.S., has had many winners going on to storied careers in WWE, TNA, and Ring Of Honor, including Low-Ki and Jay Lethal.
This tournament was dedicated to showing off the top cruiserweight and junior heavyweight wrestlers on the circuit, and on this night twelve of them will compete in a one-night single-elimination tournament for the coveted trophy and the career bragging rights that accompany it.
Last week, the first three competitors were announced, current CZW Champion Devon Moore, Johnny Knockout, and NWS Jersey Shore Champion The Jersey Kidd. NWS is proud to announce three more names to the prestigious field: ACE Wrestling’s Mike Donovan, IWF Wrestling star Chris Steeler, and NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans.
But if the heavyweights on the circuit think they will be getting the night off… they better think again… as thirteen of them will be competing in a “Baker’s Dozen Battle Royal” for a special prize… the opportunity to face off against former ECW and TNA hardcore icon Tommy Dreamer in a one-on-one match that same night. And if that weren’t enough, Chris Candido’s younger brother, a former NWS star himself, Johnny Candido will be on hand to pay tribuute to his brother and referee the Battle Royal.
Tickets are only $20 for adults and $18 for kids and seniors.
Tickets for all upcoming shows are available by calling the NWS box office at (732) 888-1704. All major charge cards are accepted, and group rates are available for groups of ten or more.
Keep reading this publication, as more details will be announced in the coming weeks.
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