It’s another must-see edition of New England Championship Wrestling, as aired on Boston on WMFP TV, Channel 62.
With just 2 days from the return of NECW to live action in Beverly, we have an all new edition of New England Championship Wrestling, as aired in Boston on WMFP TV, Channel 62, now available for online viewing.
This week begins with post match comments from the NECW Heavyweight Champion, Sean Burke after the controversial match up between him and Slyck Wagner Brown with Antonio Thomas as Special Guest Referee. Burke makes some interesting points as he looks forward to Saturday night’s Triple Threat Match.
This week we begin with a recap of what took place when we went off the air last week and comments in the aftermath, as Mr. Tony Ulysses introduces his new and controversial tag team called THE END.
From there it’s a huge main event, as NECW Heavyweight Champion, Sean Burke defends his title in a return match against Slyck Wagner Brown with former champion Antonio “The Promise” Thomas acting as the special guest referee.
Do not miss this absolutely epic broadcast!
This week, the NECW Television Championship is up for grabs in a Triple Threat Match as champion, Johnny Thunder defends against BOTH Mike McCarthy and Jason Rumble.
New England Championship Wrestling comes to Hyannis for the first time on Saturday night, Saturday night, October 26th at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center, 144 Bassett Lane with a 7 PM bell time for CLASH ON THE CAPE.
In the main event, former NECW Heavyweight Champion, Slyck Wagner Brown battles the Canadian Sensation, Jeremy Prophet in a “Last Man Standing Match.” Brown & Prophet have been locked in a bitter feud for much of the past year. Their matches have been among the most intense athletics bouts in NECW history with neither man gaining a clear advantage over the other. In this bout, there are no count outs, no disqualifications, no pinfalls or submissions. The match continues until one man cannot get to his feet by the count of ten.
Paul Richard has seen a lot in the offbeat world of professional wrestling.
A Lynn resident, Richard is the general manager for New England Championship Wrestling. He comes by his position via a lot of rungs on the ladder. A student of the late Walter “Killer” Kowalski, he was the youngest referee in pro wrestling history. He then worked for the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE) … then to being the local promoter for the original Extreme Championship Wrestling … and was inducted into the New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2010.
There is title turmoil once again in New England Championship Wrestling and the matter will be resolved on Friday night, February 1 at the Knights of Columbus, 25 Teed Drive, Randolph, MA with an 8 PM bell time as NECW presents SNOWBRAWL.