East Coast Wrestling Association

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East Coast Wrestling Association
Acronym ECWA
Founded 1967
Style Professional wrestling
Headquarters Newark, Delaware
Founder(s) Jim Kettner
Owner(s) Joe Zanolle[1]
Website ECWAprowrestling.com

East Coast Wrestling Association (ECWA) is an American professional wrestling promotion, founded by promoter Jim Kettner.[1] It is home to the annual Super 8 Tournament, one of the longest-running independent wrestling tournaments in the country,[1] as well as the annual Super 8 ChickFight Tournament. In 2010, Kettner announced his retirement and turned the promotion over to Mike Tartaglia and Joe Zanolle.[1]

Championships

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days
held
Defenses Location Event Previous champion(s)
ECWA Heavyweight Championship Bobby Shields 2 September 16, 2017 217+ 0 Woodbury Heights, New Jersey ECWA 50th Anniversary Show Azrieal
ECWA Tag Team Championship The Classics (Eric Martin & Tyler Stone) 1 June 24, 2017 301+ 1 Springfield, Pennsylvania ECWA Fire And Ice The Extreme Rednecks (Chuck Payne & Kyle Payne)
ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship Breaker Morant 1 June 24, 2017 301+ 5 Springfield, Pennsylvania ECWA Fire And Ice Vacant
ECWA Women's Championship Damaris 1 December 2, 2017 140+ 0 Woodbury Heights, New Jersey ECWA Toys For Tots VI Vacant

Roster

ECWA Hall of Fame

Established in 1982, the East Coast Wrestling Association (ECWA) Hall of Fame honors performers and staff members alike for their contributions to the organization. Though there is no physical location for the Hall of Fame, the organization acknowledges all inductees on its website.[2]

Inductees
# Year Ring name
(Birth name)[Note 1]
Notes[Note 2]
1 1982 Red Devil
2 1982 Jim Kettner Founder of the ECWA
3 1982 Super Smenkowski
4 1982 Tiny Tom
5 1982 Captain Tom Managing
6 1982 George Koukedis Announcing
7 1982 Mike Schroeder
8 1983 Big Bill Page
9 1983 The Maniac
10 1983 Mr. Funk
11 1984 Mad Dog Celli
12 1984 Barry Page
13 1985 The Baron Managing
14 1985 Dirty Dirk Dunlap Managing
15 1985 Ruffhouse Rivera
(George Rivera)
16 1985 The Bulldog
17 1985 Sweet Chocolate Thunder
18 1985 Jim Russum
19 1986 The Wild Sheik
20 1987 Mike Clark Announcing
21 1988 Lord Vito Leone Managing
22 1992 The Viper Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time) and ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
23 1992 The Commando
(Mark Miller)
24 1992 The Commanding Officer
25 1992 Dazzling Donny Love
26 1992 Billy K Announcing
27 1994 Dr. Destruction
28 1994 Nigel Fair Service
(George Rivera)
29 1994 Thunder
(Carl Fisher)
30 1994 Boogie Woogie Brown
(Delance Clifford Wright)
Won the ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (2 times) and ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
31 1995 Simon Diamond
(Patrick Kenney)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time), ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time), ECWA Tag Team Championship (2 times), and ECWA Super 8 Tournament (1998)
32 1995 Cheetah Master
(Mike Womer)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (3 times), ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time), and ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
33 1996 Ace Darling
(Michael Maraldo)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time), ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (4 times), and ECWA Tag Team Championship (3 times)
34 1996 Inferno Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (1 times) and ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time)
35 1996 Ravishing Ronny Roberts
(Chuck Jones)
Won the ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time)
36 1996 Glen Osbourne Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (2 times) and ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (2 times)
37 1996 Mr. Ooh La La
(Mike Houghton)
Won the ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (2 times)
38 1996 Big Al Napier Announcing
39 1996 Bob Densmore Refereeing
40 1996 Richard Naegele ECWA Commissioner
41 2000 Jeff Peterson
42 2001 Christopher Daniels
(Daniel Covell)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (2 times) and ECWA Super 8 Tournament (2000, 2004)
43 2001 Crowbar
(Chris Ford)
Won the ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
44 2001 Reckless Youth
(Tom Carter)
Won the ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time)
45 2002 E.S. Easton Managing
46 2002 Kevin Kelly
(Kevin Foote)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
47 2004 Charlie Haas Won the ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
48 2004 Russ Haas Won the ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
49 2004 Billy Kidman Won the ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
50 2005 Scoot Andrews
(Andrew Warner)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
51 2005 Chuck Ristano Announcing
52 2005 Paul Turner Refereeing
53 2006 Billy Bax
(George Baxter)
Won the ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
54 2006 Rob Eckos
(Rob Strauss)
Won the ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time) and ECWA Tag Team Championship (2 times)
55 2006 Mozart Fontaine
(Rufus Roush)
Won the ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time)
56 2006 Pete Theophall
57 2006 Joe Zanolle
58 2007 Low Ki
(Brandon Silvestry)
Won the ECWA Tag Team Championship (2 times), ECWA Super 8 Tournament (2001)
59 2007 Sebastian Night Managing
60 2007 The Iron Man
(Charles Hiltner Jr.)
61 2007 Gary McLaughlin ECWA floor director
62 2009 JJ the Crew Guy
(John Gregory Johnson)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (2 times) and ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
63 2009 Mega Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (2 times) and ECWA Tag Team Championship (1 time)
64 2011 Michael Tartaglia Won the ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time)
65 2011 DJ Hyde
(David Markland)
66 2012 "Greek God" Papadon Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (3 times), ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time)
67 2013 Chambers, AdenAden Chambers
(Scott Beach)
Won the ECWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time), ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship (1 time), and ECWA Tag Team Championship (2 times)

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Entries without a birth name indicates that the inductee did not perform under a ring name.
  2. ^ This section mainly lists the major accomplishments of each inductee in ECWA.

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Press release" (PDF). East Coast Wrestling Association. 2010-08-19. Retrieved 2010-08-19. 
  2. ^ "Hall of Fame". East Coast Wrestling Association. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 

External links

  • Official ECWA website
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