6/24 Results From Edison, NJ

This past Saturday, June 24th, Jersey All Pro Wrestling had the privilege of putting on a wrestling show in front of veterans of the armed forces and thank everyone at the NJ Veterans Memorial Home at Menlo Park for the opportunity.

Results from the show:

Howie Timberche defeated Manny Martinez
Sean Carr beat Brandon The Bull
The Amazing Greysons beat The Brotein Pack
Frankie Pickard beat Tony Booze
Joe Gacy beat Magic

Ring Announcer: Scott Satiri, Referee: Johnny Q.

Photos from the event can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/pg/NJDMAVA/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1732612313422276

JAPW World Wide To Return, Taping July 1st in South River, NJ!!!

JAPW World Wide

Folks, its been a long time coming but get ready because Jersey All Pro Wrestling Worldwide returns to the internet this summer. Before there was the network, before there was on demand, when it came to the best professional wrestling online, there was Jersey All Pro Wrestling Worldwide.

On July 1st 2017, in South River New Jersey, there will be a special Worldwide Taping as part of a very special double header in conjunction with UWA Elite. Worldwide will be taped at 3pm prior to the UWA Elite Gold Rush event which will have a 6:30 pm bell time.

Tickets for JAPW Worldwide will be sold at the door the day of July 1st for only $15 with no reserved seating, first come, first served. However if you attend either of the UWA Elite:Living On The Edge event or the UWA Emergence event on June 3rd, you can buy tickets in advance for only $10!!

For more information about UWA Elite, you can check out their page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/uwaelite. As for the latest on any JAPW news you can go to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and www.JAPW.net

Remember its going down in South River NJ on July 1st with the doors opening at 2:30pm for a 3pm belltime. For over twenty years, no one has guaranteed excitement like JAPW has. Lets kick off the 4th Of July Holiday with a BOOM!! Hope to see you there.

JAPW WORLD WIDE TAPING

Saturday July 1, 2017

Holy Trinity Church
90 Leonardine Ave.
South River, NJ

Doors Open: 2:30pm

Taping begins at 3pm.

This Day In History: Jay Lethal Captures Gold, Lou Diamond & Glenn Strange defeat Homicide & Kane D in a Barbwire match!

this day in history

On this day in 1999 at Night of the Barbwire #4 in Bayonne, NJ at the Charity Hall, Lou Diamond and Glenn Strange defeated Homicide and Kane D in a Barbwire match.

On this day in 2005 at Braintree Invasion in Braintree, MA at the Braintree Armory, Jay Lethal defeated Homicide, Samoa Joe, and Kevin Steen to win the JAPW Heavyweight Championship.

Full Results from Night of the Barbwire #4 (5/21/1999 Bayonne, NJ):

  • Kevin Knight defeated El Bandito
  • Low Ki defeated Grandmaster B
  • Dave Desire was attacked by The Sickness and the Wongal after his interview
  • Biggie Biggs defeated Dr. Hurtz
  • O Dogg defeated Monsta Mac
  • Kevin Knight defeated Patch by dq
  • Magic defeated Jay Lover in a weapons match
  • Light Heavyweight Champ Chino Martinez defeated Slayer
  • The Haas Brothers defeated Rick Silver in a handicap match to win the Tag Team Titles
  • In a Barbwire Tag Team Match Lou Diamond and Glenn Strange defeated Homicide and Kane D

Full Results from Braintree Invasion (5/21/2005):

  • B-Boy defeated Sexxxy Eddy
  • Beef Wellington defeats Pinkie Sanchez
  • Excess 69 defeated Eric Cooper to retain the EWF Championship
  • Azrieal defeated El Generico to retain Light Heavyweight Championship
  • Teddy Hart & Jack Evans defeated the Insane Dragon & Dixie to retain the Tag Team Championship
  • Jay Lethal defeats Homicide, Samoa Joe, & Kevin Steen to become the new JAPW Heavyweight Champion

This Day In History: Crowbar defeats Ric Blade, Matt Sydal Makes His JAPW Debut

This Day In History

On this day, May 19 in 2001 at “The Meltdown” at the New Alhambra (now 2300 Arena) in Philadelphia, PA, Crowbar defeated Ric Blade in a non JAPW Light Heavyweight title match.

Full Results from The Meltdown:

  • J-Train defeated Papadon
  • Chino Martinez defeated The Rockin Rebel by countout
  • Tommy Suede defeated Supreme Lee Great
  • The Moondogs 2000 defeated The Christopher Street Connection
  • Don Montoya defeated Mike Quakenbush
  • JAP Heavyweight Champion Homicide defeated JAP NJ State Champion Crazy Ivan
  • JAP Tag Team Champions The Insane Dragon and Dixie defeated Da Hit Squad
  • Crowbar defeated JAP Light Heavyweight Champion Ric Blade in a non title match

On this day, May 19 in 2007 at “Holy Ouch” inside St. Joseph’s School Gymnasium in Carteret, NJ, Matt Sydal would make his JAPW debut taking part in a 4-way that consisted of the current JAPW Light Heavyweight Champion Archadia, Human Tornado, and Matt Cross.

Full Results from Holy Ouch:

  • Danny Demanto & Corvis Fear defeated the Ecstacy Connection
  • Alicia w/Jonny D defeated Daizee Haze
  • Delirious defeated EC Negro
  • Jay Lethal & Azrieal beat the OutCast Killaz via DQ to retain the JAPW Tag Team Championship
  • Grim Reefer pinned Bandido Jr. of La Familia to retain the JAPW NJ State Championship
  • Archadia won the 4 Way against Human Tornado, the debuting Matt Sydal and Matt Cross
  • Eddie Kingston of BLK OUT defeated B-Boy of the SST.
  • JAPW World Heavyweight Champion Low Ki stomped The Necro Butcher to death to retain the JAPW Championship

This Day In History: Dixie and The Insane Dragon Win Tag Titles!

This Day In History

This day in history, Jersey All Pro Wrestling presented “The Upset” in Bayonne, NJ on May 18, 2001  Dixie and The Insane Dragon defeated Da Hit Squad to become the new JAPW Tag Team Champions!

Full results from the show:

Location: Charity Hall, Bayonne, NJ

  • Don Montoya defeated Don Bon Jovi
  • Chino Martinez defeated Dave Grecco
  • JAP NJ State Champion Crazy Ivan defeated Jerry Da Bull Todisco
  • Dixie defeated Mafia
  • JAP Light Heavyweight Champion Ric Blade defeated Elax and Abunai in a 3 Way Dance
  • Low Ki defeated The Christopher Street Connection in a Handicap Match
  • JAP Heavyweight Champion Homicide defeated J Train
  • The Insane Dragon defeated Monsta Mac
  • Dixie and Insane Dragon defeated JAP Tag Team Champions The Hit Squad to win the tag team titles

Archadia Defeats Lio Rush!

Archadia vs Lio Rush

Yesterday, in Ridgefield Park, NJ for Violence X Suffering, Archadia successfully defended the JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship by defeating Lio Rush.

This is Archadia’s first title defense since winning the championship back on November 12, 2016.

See photo and video clip below.

Archadia vs Lio Rush
Photo Credit: Danielle Dadamo

Video Clip:

Video Clip Credit: Larry Legend

May The 4th Be With You, Scar Wars The Hardcore Menace

All we can think about on this #MayThe4thBeWithYou day is….

In a galaxy far far away, July 9th of the year 1999, the hardcore menace took over Charity Hall in Bayonne, NJ for Scar Wars.

Results from the showdown were:

– Kevin Knight defeated El Bandito
– O Dogg defeated Dr. Hurtz
– Kane D defeated Jay Lover in a Caning Match
– Magic defeated NJ State Champ Zeig by DQ
– Light Heavyweight Champ Chino Martinez defeated Low Ki
– Monsta Mac defeated Crazy Ivan by DQ
– Tag Team Champs The Haas Brothers went to a no contest with Lou Diamond and Glenn Strange when they were attacked by the Jedi Knights
– Homicide defeated Don Montoya to win the JAP Heavyweight Title
– In a 20 man Weapons Battle Royal, Homicide, Jay Lover, Glenn Strange, Lou Diamond, Kane D, and Louie Ramos were left to advance to the Suicidal Championship match at the convention

Archadia To Defend JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship on 5/7

Archadia, JAPW Light Heavyweight Champion

Last week, Archadia revealed that on May 7th at the Violence X Suffering event “Tread Lightly” that he upped the stakes in his match with Lio Rush by putting his JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship on the line.

This is a rare opportunity for fans to witness the JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship being defended outside of Jersey All Pro Wrestling. The last time the championship was last defended on a non-JAPW event was during the NJPW Invasion Tour on May 15, 2011 when Kenny Omega defeated Jushin “Thunder” Liger for the title.

Stay tuned to Violence X Suffering’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/VIOLENCExSUFFERING/ for details as they develop.