A NEW NWA Coastal Heavyweight Champion was crowned in Bayville last night, and the NWA Women’s World Champion retained her title at “Battle For Bayville!” 147 loyal NWA Coastal fans turned out in an area hard hit by Hurricane Sandy several weeks ago to take a short escape from rebuilding their homes and lives to enjoy Coastal’s final show of 2012.
Here are the quick results.
Ring Announcer – Jimmy Givens. Referees – Kris Levin & NWA Senior Referee Fred Richards.
In the opening contest, Absolute Adams (formerly known as “The Hybrid” Josh Adams) defeated “The American Psycho” Alex Payne, and while Adams got the pin, the fans thought the battle was a lot closer than that. These two will have a rematch very soon.
Fredo Majors (accompanied to the ring by his “advisor” Luscious La Ron) had his debut spoiled by another wrestler who made his Coastal debut, Steve Savage, who was accompanied to the ring by his manager, Eric Idol. This was Idol’s first appearance in a ring in years, and he was welcomed back by the Coastal fans.
Former member of NWA NJ tag team champions The Misfits, Lupus, was introduced to the crowd and got a warm welcome.
A battle of monsters took place, and saw “The Nemesis” Damien Alexander defeat “The Human Corpse” Anthony Graves with his finishing move, The Autopsy.
NWA Coastal Commissioner Tommy Cairo came out to thank the audience for making it out to the show, and hoped that Coastal will continue to deliver the product that keeps them coming back for more.
While Millionaire John II was not in the building, Boardwalk Mafia member Bobby Youngblood came out to ringside, and accused his Mafia member Vicious Vince Ceres of attempting to take over the group, and called him out to the ring. Vince denied it, but said if Youngblood wanted to continue to drive a stake through the group, he’d be happy to administer a beating to him, and ultimately defeated Youngblood, while breaking several ribs (his own) in the process. It appears at this point that the Boardwalk Mafia is in shambles. More on that later.
Wacky Wayne Woo came to ringside and asked for the attention of the fans to let them know that he had planned on retiring, but after some consideration and counseling from his friend and new partner that he’d formed an alliance with, had changed his mind. He then introduced his new partner, Biggie Biggs, and said their alliance should be referred to as “The East Coast Choppers”, not because of motorcycles, but because of the hard chops that both deliver.
After a brief intermission the second half of the show started.
High flying Zac Vincent defeated “The Reaper” Matt Conard. This rivalry has gone on for some time now, and played out in several states, and while Vincent prevailed this evening, the rivalry is far from over, so expect its continuation here at Coastal some time down the road.
In an NWA Women’s Worls Championship match, La Rosa Negra gave it her all, but was unable to wrestle the title away from current champion Kacee Carlisle in a grueling match. She DID WIN the hearts of the fans, who congratulated the NWA Ring Warriors Battling Bombshells Champion even in defeat. Carlisle won the ire of NWA Senior Official Fred Richards, who seemed to do battle with the champ from the second the bell rang.
In the co-Main Event, “The Phat Daddy” Biggie Biggs defeated the crown jewel of The Boardwalk Mafia, Bad Boy Danny Pagan to win the NWA Coastal Heavyweight Championship. The match had 2 stipulations, it was a No Disqualification, and The Boardwalk Mafia were banned from ringside for the match. This match went all over the building including outside into the parking lot, with fans following behind, hoping to catch the pin or submission, wherever it occurred. Pagan’s demise was caused by the Mafia’s own Bobby Youngblood, who came down to ringside. He was told by Fred Richards to leave the ring area, but said since there was no DQ, he couldn’t be stopped. Pagan was distracted just long enough due to Youngblood’s appearance that he got caught in a rollup by Biggs for the pin. After the match, Biggs lectured Pagan about how he made a mistake allying himself with Millionaire John II & the Mafia, said that Pagan never needed them, that he abandoned his fans for a shot at the title and now not only lost his fans, but the belt as well. Pagan grabbed the title belt, and while at first refused to hand it over, ultimately handed the belt to Biggs in a show of respect to the new champ as the fans cheered the gesture.
The first show for 2013 will be announced soon. Visit the website for upcoming details.