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Title History

 

PWF Northeast Heavyweight Champion

Name

Defeated

Date

"Bad Boy" Billy Black

Chris Venom*1

2/23/02

Title Held Up

"Bad Boy" Billy Black *2

11/02/02

Chris Venom

"Bad Boy" Billy Black

11/15/02

Kid Krazy

Chris Venom

8/16/03

1. Black defeated Venom in a tournament final to become first PWF Northeast Champion.

2. It appeared that Venom defeated Black for the Northeast Title, but reviews of the video of the match revealed that Black's foot was on the rope as he was pinned. After the match, PWF Northeast Owner Mark Reality declared the Title Vacant.

 

PWF Notheast Junior Heavyweight Championship

Name

Defeated

Date

KL Murphy

Kenn Phoenix*1

2/23/02

"Toxic" Tommy Knoxville

KL Murphy

9/28/02

"Hott Stuff" Paul Hudson

TJ Richter*2

8/16/03

TJ Richter

"Zero Gravity" Jason Blade*3

1/11/04

1. Murphy scored the final pin-fall of a "Double Jeopardy" match over Phoenix.

2. Hudson defeated Richter after Knoxville was stripped due to injury.

3. Richter pinned Jason Blade in a Fatal Four Way with Mike Paiva and Paul Hudson. Hudson's Title was on the line.

 

 

 

PWF Northeast Tag Team Champions

Name

Defeated

Date

The Bash Brothers

(Frankie Armadillo & Kid Krazy)

Awarded Title *1

2/23/02

Fuzion

(Mike Paiva & Blade)

The Bash Brothers *2

7/14/02

"Premier Player" Johnny Curtis &  "Broadway" Kenn Phoenix

Fuzion *3

10/28/02

Mike Paiva & Kid Mikaze

The Talent Exchange ("Broadway" Kenn Phoenix & "Premier Player" Johnny Curtis

11/15/02

The Talent Exchange ("Broadway" Kenn Phoenix & "Premier Player" Johnny Curtis)

Thrillogy, Fuzion *4

2/15/03

The Storm
("Kick Ass" Kyle Storm & "Mad Dog")

The Talent Exchange *5 ("Broadway" Kenn Phoenix & Dean Ripley) 

4/4/03

 

VACANT*6

8/16/03

Thrillogy
(Chris Camaro & Kid Mikaze)

*7

9/19/03

1. The Hard-Core Institute's Armadillo & Krazy were awarded the titles when The Showtime Posse was unable to contest for the titles.

2. At PWF Universal's "Big Impact" event in Pottstown, PA.

3. At NWA Wildside TV Taping in Cornelia, GA.

4. The Talent Exchange defeated both teams in a TLC Match for the titles.

5. Dean Ripley was forced to team in place of Johnny Curtis, who he had given the "night off". PWF-NE Owner Mark Reality forced him to defend the titles with Phoenix.

6. Owner Kyle Storm was 1/2 of the Tag Champions when buying the company. In the interest of fairness, he vacated the titles.

7. Chris Camaro was the final man left in the "Toxic Waltz" winning the titles for Thrillogy.