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Default [COTT] Eastern Championship Wrestling: Perhaps not to The Extreme?



July 1994



ECW World Heavyweight Title



Shane Douglas




ECW World Tag Team Titles



The Public Enemy



ECW World Television Title



Mikey Whipwreck



Current TV Shows



ECW Hardcore TV

Shown weekly on Home Team Sports, Sportschannel Tri-State and Sunshine Network.


Coming up...a few reserved posts and a start of a 1994 ECW Mod...
(Oh, and if someone can make a nice Eastern Championship Wrestling banner, that would be much appreciated)

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Prime Players

Cactus Jack
Don Harris
Dory Funk Jr.
Jimmy Snuka
Johnny Grunge
Mr. Hughes
Rocco Rock
Ron Harris
Sabu
Shane Douglas
Terry Funk
The Tazmaniac
Tommy Dreamer
Too Cold Scorpio

Strong Support

911
Axl Rotten
Bruno Sassi
Dan Evans
Ian Rotten
Jason Knight
Mikey Whipwreck
Pitbull #1
Pitbull #2
Stevie Richards
The Sandman
Tommy Cairo

The Best (and The Rest)

Chad Austin
Hack Myers
James Maritato
JT Smith
Ray Odyssey
Rockin' Rebel
Tony Stetson

Tag Teams

Bad Breed (Axl Rotten / Ian Rotten)
Phi Delta Slam (Bruno Sassi / Dan Evans)
The Bruise Brothers (Don Harris / Ron Harris)
The Funk Brothers (Terry Funk / Dory Funk Jr.)
The Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge / Rocco Rock)
The Pitbulls (Pitbull #1 / Pitbull #2)

Stables

The Dangerous Alliance (Paul E. Dangerously, Sabu, 911)
Jason's Knights (Jason Knight, Pitbull #1, Pitbull #2, Chad Austin, Rockin' Rebel)

Announcers

Joey Styles
R.G.

Referees

Jim Molineaux
John Finnigan

Managers

Paul E. Dangerously
Peaches
Woman
Jeff Jones

Personalities

Tod Gordon

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& & THE UNKNOWN EUROPEAN

June 1994

Owner Tod Gordon is in his office of ECW. Everything looks set to take place. Next month is the time where they will leave the NWA and start a new wave. Shane Douglas has agreed to do a great segment. Nobody seems in on the loop. The only problem is … the bank account. Gordon knows he’s on borderline bankrupcy and is looking to make a new loan deal.

Gordon gets a call. Paul E… of course. Everyday Paul E. calls and assures Gordon ECW is going to take the world of wrestling by storm. Of course, Paul doesn’t have to pay the wages of Funk, Snuka, Douglas.

But then, Gordon gets another call. A call which will shake ECW up. Some strange European guy. He’s offering money for ECW. At first it seems a prank call…Gordon laughs it off.

Within minutes the European calls again. At least he can take it on the chin.

Gordon: “You’re offering me 500.000 for this company? Seriously…I need to think about this.”

The other guy seems intent.

Gordon: “You want my reply now? I need to talk things through with…”

No dice…

Gordon: “What do you mean? Do this without Heyman knowing it? Yeah I know, I need the money…”

Gordon thought hard about this one….selling ECW to an unknown. That would be suicide for the company. But at least, he’s be out of debt.

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July 1994 schedule

W1 ECW Hardcore TV
W2 ECW Hardcore TV
W3 ECW Hardcore TV
W3 ECW Heat Wave 1994
W4 ECW Hardcore TV


* Eastern Championship Wrestling has fallen surprisingly in the hands of a Belgian owner, called R.G. He fancies himself a bit of a colour commentator and, while most of the media took a good shot at him, he seems a solid diplomat. He has assured former owners Tod Gordon and Paul E. Dangerously that they very much feature in his plans with ECW. Both seem to accept their new status in the company.
* The new owner only made one big change in the ECW product: for the moment the Woman’s division is put on inactive.
* Both Woman and The Tazmaniac are on the final months of their PPA contracts. R.G. has already spoken to both of them and made offers to keep them on board. A good deal of workers will probably sign other PPA appearances this month.
* Eastern Championship Wrestling is still a core member of the National Wrestling Alliance. New owner R.G. was sketchy on his comments, simply stating he sees no reason why they should be worried about ECW leaving the NWA.
* Sabu is currently touring with FMW and Too Cold Scorpio is touring with NJPW. Both probably won’t feature too much this month.
* After lenghty discussions with Tod Gordon and Paul E. Dangerously, R.G. has decided to cut the duration of Heat Wave to 2.5 hours. On the good news: Heat Wave will be broadcast by Empire Sports Network on an On Demand deal.

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WOO HOO!!! ECW! ECW! ECW! THIS I LIKE!

But I'm curious. What do you mean by not to the extreme? You saying you're not gonna do hardcore matches? I mean, yeah, it's what made ECW famous, but it's not what made it so good. It's the great matches and wrestlers like jericho, benoit, RVD, malenko, eddie, rey and all those guys.

Anyway, looking forward to this one!
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Alright, background story is in tow. Let's make some rules here for the few people who'll be reading this. (I'll start out in all modesty)

* The first month is going to be run without prediction contests but you're always welcome to comment, etc. It's also the month which will see some gimmick changes, turns, etc. This includes the PPV. From August the PPV will have a prediction contest.
* As a legit Belgian (that's the capital of Sweden for you U-S-of-A people! -heel swerve-) I don't have a real background on the ECW history but have been doing plenty of reading in the past years.
* My English should at least be decent (considering I have an English teacher's degree).
* Feel free to send me tips on doing write-ups, making better lay-outs, etc.
* Have fun!
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Hey sounds like fun, Iím ready for an Eastern Championship Wrestling promotion. Have fun with it
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ECW HARDCORE TV
Tri-State - NJ Asbury Park (3173 attending)
TV Rating (broadcast on Home Team Sports (Mid Atlantic), Sports Channel Tri State, Sunshine Network (South East)): 0,01

Pre-Show match: 911 defeated Ray Odyssey in 6:30 by pinfall with a Chokeslam (E+)
Pre-Show match: Bad Breed defeated Chad Austin and Rockin' Rebel in 6:19 when Axl Rotten defeated Chad Austin by pinfall with a British Invasion. (D+)

An angle featuring Paul E. Dangerously, Tod Gordon, Terry Funk and Shane Douglas (off-screen)
Tod Gordon comes out with Paul E. in tow to present the first ECW Hardcore TV. Tod Gordon and Paul E. put over Shane Douglas as the ECW World Heavyweight champion. Paul E. Dangerously then goes out on a limb saying Douglas has no competition, especially not from washed-ups like Terry Funk. This brings out Terry Funk. Paul E. doesn’t know when to back down and Terry Funk gives him a shove and feigns a punch. Dangerously bails out of the ring and vows revenge on Funk.
Rating: C
vs
ECW World Television Title Match: Mikey Whipwreck © vs JT Smith
Mikey Whipwreck defeated JT Smith in 8:26 by pinfall with a Whippersnapper. During the match we also had Jason Knight distract Whipwreck. Mikey Whipwreck makes defence number 14 of his ECW World Television Championship title.
Rating: D+

An angle featuring The Sandman and Woman
The Sandman comes out with Woman in tow. Sandman says he’s the most extreme SOB in ECW and issues an open challenge. Who will come out?
Rating: C+
vs
The Sandman (/Woman) vs. Tommy Cairo (/Peaches)
The Sandman drew with Tommy Cairo in 6:20 following a double count out.
Rating: C-
vs
The Pitbulls (/Jason Knight) vs Phi Delta Slam
The Pitbulls defeated Phi Delta Slam in 8:12 when Pitbull #1 defeated Bruno Sassi by pinfall with an Aided superbomb.
Rating: D+
vs
Terry Funk vs Rocco Rock
Terry Funk defeated Rocco Rock in 10:19 by submission with a Spinning Toe Hold after blatantly cheating. During the match we also had Johnny Grunge run in and attack Terry Funk. (B)
Rating: B


An angle featuring Paul E. Dangerously, The Public Enemy and The Funk Brothers
Paul E. Dangerously obviously put in the hit on Terry Funk and hired the Public Enemy. Dory Funk Jr. rushes to the aid of Terry and both teams have a wild brawl, Paul E. cheering on the Public Enemy. They brawl in the back as the show closes.
Rating: C+
General: B- show

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ECW HARDCORE TV
Tri-State - NJ Asbury Park (2972 attending)
TV Rating (broadcast on Home Team Sports (Mid Atlantic), Sports Channel Tri State, Sunshine Network (South East)): 0,01

Pre-Show match: Phi Delta Slam defeated James Maritato and Tony Stetson in 5:39 when Dan Evans defeated Tony Stetson by pinfall with a PDS Bomb. (E+)

Dory Funk Jr. defeated Hack Myers in 5:45 by pinfall with a Vertical Suplex (D-)


An angle featuring The Sandman and Woman

The Sandman, with Woman, in tow comes out to his theme and delivers an open challenge to face him. Who will be the dog that does...
Rating: C+

vs
The Sandman (/woman) vs JT Smith
The Sandman defeated JT Smith in 4:25 by pinfall with a White Russian Legsweep.
Rating: C-

vs
The Tazmaniac vs. Jason Knight

The Tazmaniac defeated Jason Knight in 6:09 by submission with a Tazmission.
Rating: C-

&
An angle featuring Jason Knight and The Tazmaniac

Jason Knight is livid after losing to The Tazmaniac, spits at him and calls him a monkey. Taz doesn't take too kindly to it and beats Jason Knight until he finds a spot to escape to the back.
Rating: C+

& &
An angle featuring Shane Douglas, Mr. Hughes and Cactus Jack

Shane Douglas comes out with his personal bodyguard, Mr. Hughes, and presents himself as the one and only ECW World Heavyweight Champion. After a good amount of ego-tripping, he asks who has the courage to face him. Suddenly Cactus Jack's music starts and Jack comes out to face Douglas nose-to-nose.
Rating: B

&
Tommy Dreamer vs. Stevie Richards

Tommy Dreamer defeated Stevie Richards in 7:55 by pinfall with a Dreamer DDT.
Rating: C

&
ECW World Heavyweight Title Match: Shane Douglas (c) vs. Cactus Jack

Shane Douglas © drew with Cactus Jack in 11:46 following a double disqualification. During the match we also had Mr. Hughes run in and attack Cactus Jack.
Rating: C+

& & & &
An angle featuring Shane Douglas, Mr. Hughes, 911 and Cactus Jack

As the match ends in chaos, further chaos arrives as 911 goes after Mr. Hughes and tries to chokeslam him. Hughes is ready and both big man have a brawl in the back. Meanwhile Cactus Jack and Shane Douglas are still beating on eachother as the show closes.
Rating: B-

General: B- show[/center]

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ECW HARDCORE TV
Tri-State - NY First Arena (3120 attending)
TV Rating (broadcast on Home Team Sports (Mid Atlantic), Sports Channel Tri State, Sunshine Network (South East)): 0,01

Pre-Show match: JT Smith defeated Tony Stetson in 6:10 by pinfall with a Northern Lights Suplex. (E+)

Pre-Show: Phi Delta Slam defeated James Maritato and Ray Odyssey in 5:49 when Dan Evans defeated Ray Odyssey by pinfall with a PDS Bomb. (E+)

& vs &
Bad Breed vs Chad Austin & Rockin' Robel
Bad Breed defeated Chad Austin and Rockin' Rebel in 8:24 when Axl Rotten defeated Rockin' Rebel by pinfall with a British Invasion. This match had a good performance from Axl Rotten but also saw Rockin' Rebel break his leg in a freak accident.
Rating: D+

vs
ECW World Heavyweight Title Match: Mikey Whipwreck (c) vs. The Sandman

Mikey Whipwreck defeated The Sandman in 8:13 when The Sandman was disqualified when Jason Knight ran in and attacked Mikey Whipwreck. Mikey Whipwreck makes defence number 15 of his ECW World Television Championship title.
Rating: D+


An angle featuring The Sandman, Mikey Whipwreck, Jason Knight and Woman

The Sandman is livid at Jason Knight for causing the DQ. Woman motions to beat on him and Knight gets caned. Mikey comes in, wanting to shake Sandman's hand but he gets caned as well!
Rating: C+

&
An angle featuring Jimmy Snuka and Cactus Jack

Jimmy Snuka comes out and grabs the mic. He demands some respect from the younger generation. This brings out Cactus Jack who says he's listening and will prove his respect by beating Snuka tonight!
Rating: B-

& vs &
ECW World Tag Titles match: The Public Enemy vs. Tommy Dreamer & Tommy Cairo
The Public Enemy defeated Tommy Cairo and Tommy Dreamer in 10:22 when Rocco Rock defeated Tommy Cairo by pinfall with a Drive-By. During the match we also had Paul E. Dangerously run in and attack Cairo. The Public Enemy make defence number 7 of their ECW World Tag Team Championship titles.
Rating: C

&
Jimmy Snuka vs. Cactus Jack

Jimmy Snuka defeated Cactus Jack in 10:18 by pinfall with a fast roll up.
Rating: C+

&
An angle featuring Jimmy Snuka and Cactus Jack

The bell rings but the fight is not done and Snuka and Cactus Jack have a wild brawl to close the show.
Rating: B

General: C+ show[/center]

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ECW Heat Wave

Prediction card (ok, I lied, show will be posted tomorrow though and no rating will be given to the predictions)...

ECW World Heavyweight Title Cage Match: Shane Douglas (c) vs. Sabu
Cage Match: Cactus Jack vs. Jimmy Snuka
ECW World Tag Title Match: Bad Breed vs. The Public Enemy (c)
ECW Television Title Match: Mikey Whipwreck (c) vs. Stevie Richards
The Tazmaniac & The Bruise Brothers vs. Jason's Knights (Jason Knight & The Pitbulls)
911 & JT Smith vs. Mr. Hughes & The Sandman
Chad Austin vs. Tommy Cairo
Tommy Dreamer vs. James Maritato

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ECW World Heavyweight Title Cage Match: Shane Douglas (c) vs. Sabu (draw)
Cage Match: Cactus Jack
ECW World Tag Title Match: The Public Enemy (c)
ECW Television Title Match: Mikey Whipwreck (c)
The Tazmaniac & The Bruise Brothers
Mr. Hughes & The Sandman
Tommy Cairo
Tommy Dreamer
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ECW Heat Wave 1994

Tri-State - NY WaMu Theater at MSG (4714 attending)
TV Rating (broadcast on Empire Sports Network): 0,01

Pre-show: Ray Odyssey defeated Jeff Jones in 5:34 by pinfall with The Wipeout. (F+)

Pre-Shaw: Jason Knight and the injured Rockin’ Rebel give Chad Austin a pep talk (D)

Pre-show: Phi Delta Slam defeated Tony Stetson and Hack Myers in 5:57 when Dan Evans defeated Tony Stetson by pinfall with a PDS Bomb. (E+)


An angle featuring Tod Gordon, Paul E. Dangerously, Sabu and Shane Douglas

"Commissioner" Tod Gordon comes out and announces a ECW World Title Cage match between Sabu and Shane Douglas for tonight. Paul E. Dangerously comes out to accept the challenge on his clients behalf.
Rating: C

&
Tommy Dreamer vs. James Maritato

Tommy Dreamer defeated James Maritato in 5:41 by pinfall with a Dreamer DDT.
Rating: D

&
Tommy Cairo /Peaches vs. Chad Austin (/Jason Knight)

Tommy Cairo defeated Chad Austin in 5:38 by pinfall with a Cairo Driver. During the match we also had Jason Knight distract Cairo.
Rating: D


An angle featuring Peaches and Woman

Peaches says Tommy Cairo is one of the best in ECW. Woman comes out and says he's nothing compared to her Sandman!
Rating: C

& vs &
Mr. Hughes & The Sandman vs. JT Smith & 911

Mr. Hughes and The Sandman defeated 911 and JT Smith in 8:26 when The Sandman defeated JT Smith by pinfall with a White Russian Legsweep.
Rating: D+


An angle featuring Mr. Hughes & 911

Hughes and 911 have a vicious brawl, both eating a chokeslam through a table from eachother.
Rating: C+

& & vs & &
The Tazmaniac & The Bruise Brothers vs. Jason Knight & The Pitbulls

The Tazmaniac and The Bruise Brothers defeated Jason's Knights (Jason Knight, Pitbull #1 and Pitbull #2) in 9:58 when The Tazmaniac defeated Jason Knight by submission with a Tazmission.
Rating: D+

&
ECW World Television Title MAtch: Mikey Whipwreck (c) vs Stevie Richards

Mikey Whipwreck defeated Stevie Richards in 8:01 by pinfall with a fast roll up. Mikey Whipwreck makes defence number 16 of his ECW World Television Championship title
Rating: C-

& vs &
ECW World Tag Titles match: The Public Enemy vs. Bad Breed
ECW Tag Title Match: The Public Enemy defeated Bad Breed in 11:38 when Rocco Rock defeated Ian Rotten by pinfall with a Drive By. The Public Enemy make defence number 8 of their ECW World Tag Team Championship titles
Rating: C

&
Cage Match: Jimmy Snuka vs. Cactus Jack

Jimmy Snuka defeated Cactus Jack in a Cage Classic match in 12:18 by pinfall with a Superfly Splash!
Rating: B-

&
An angle featuring Jimmy Snuka and Cactus Jack

In what could be Cactus Jack's final match in ECW, he shakes hands with Jimmy Snuka.
Rating: C+

&
ECW World Title Cage Match: Shane Douglas (c) vs. Sabu

Shane Douglas defeated Sabu in a Cage Classic match in 13:29 by pinfall with a Franchiser. Shane Douglas makes defence number 8 of his ECW World Heavyweight Championship title.
Rating: C

& &
An angle featuring Shane Douglas, Sabu and Paul E. Dangerously

Angle: Douglas grabs the mic and says he is the Franchise, he is the champ and he’ll stop for no-one. Paul E Dangerously disagrees with Sabu looking totally spent!
Rating: C

General: C show[/center]

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That's the PPV up. One more episode from Hardcore TV and then a good month round-up and this diary should get more interactive. Most of the contract wheelin' and dealin' is now done.
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ECW HARDCORE TV
Tri-State - NY First Arena (3142 attending)
TV Rating (broadcast on Home Team Sports (Mid Atlantic), Sports Channel Tri State, Sunshine Network (South East)): 0,01

Pre-show: Mr. Hughes defeated James Maritato in 5:37 by pinfall with a Spinning Side Slam. (D-)


An angle featuring The Sandman and Woman

The Sandman and Woman come out. Sandman takes a huff and a puff and issues an open challenge tonight!
Rating: C

& & vs & &
Tommy Cairo (/Peaches) & Phi Delta Slam vs. Jason Knight & The Pitbulls

Tommy Cairo and Phi Delta Slam drew with Jason's Knights (Pitbull #1, Pitbull #2 and Chad Austin) in 7:34 following a double disqualification.
Rating: D+

&
Stevie Richards vs. 911

Stevie Richards defeated 911 in 7:52 by pinfall with a Stevie Kick following interference from Mr. Hughes.
Rating: D+

&
The Sandman vs. Jason Knight

The Sandman defeated Jason Knight in 7:33 by pinfall with a White Russian Legsweep. During the match we also had Mikey Whipwreck distract Jason Knight.
Rating: C-

&
Rocco Rock vs. Cactus Jack

Rocco Rock defeated Cactus Jack in 10:17 by pinfall with a Drive By.
Rating: C-

&
An angle featuring Cactus Jack and Paul E. Dangerously

Angle: Paul E. Dangerously, surrounded by boos from the crowd, grabs the mic, breaks his gimmick and wishes Foley all the best in WCW and says there's always a spot for him at ECW.
Rating: B-


General: C- show[/center]

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