ECWA Super 8 Tournament

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The Super 8 Tournament is an annual professional wrestling tournament held by the East Coast Wrestling Association. The tournament is contested by eight wrestlers in a one-night single-elimination format.[1]

History[edit]

The ECWA Super 8 Tournament was first held in 1997 and was won by Ace Darling.[1] The 2011 tournament was broadcast live as an internet pay-per-view for the first time.[1][2] The 2011 tournament was also the first and only time the tournament had been held outside of Delaware.[3]

List of past winners[edit]

Past tournament results[edit]

1997[edit]

February 22 in Wilmington, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Billy Kidman
8 Reckless Youth
Billy Kidman
Cheetah Master
5 Cheetah Master
4 Devon Storm
Cheetah Master
Ace Darling
3 Lance Diamond
6 Ravishing Ronny
Lance Diamond
Ace Darling
7 Ace Darling
2 Inferno Kid

1998[edit]

March 21 in Wilmington, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Ace Darling
8 Mike Quackenbush
Ace Darling
Inferno Kid
5 Inferno Kid
4 Devon Storm
Inferno Kid
Lance Diamond
3 Lance Diamond
6 Mark Shrader
Lance Diamond
Scott Taylor
7 Scott Taylor
2 Reckless Youth

1999[edit]

February 27 in Wilmington, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Steve Bradley
8 Ace Darling
Steve Bradley
Devon Storm
5 Devon Storm
4 Jeff Hardy
Steve Bradley
Christopher Daniels
3 Matt Hardy
6 Christian York
Matt Hardy
Christopher Daniels
7 Christopher Daniels
2 Jeff Peterson

2000[edit]

February 26 in Newport, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Scoot Andrews
8 Trent Acid
Scoot Andrews
Chad Collyer
5 Chad Collyer
4 Shark Boy
Scoot Andrews
Christopher Daniels
3 Jet Jaguar
6 Jeff Peterson
Jet Jaguar
Christopher Daniels
7 Christopher Daniels
2 Vic Capri

2001[edit]

February 24 in Wilmington, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Low Ki
8 Billy Fives
Low Ki
Jayson Reign
5 Jayson Reign
4 Tony Kozina
Low Ki
American Dragon
3 American Dragon
6 Spanky
American Dragon
Reckless Youth
7 Reckless Youth
2 Mike Sullivan

2002[edit]

March 2 in Wilmington, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Amazing Red
8 Bobby Rude
Amazing Red
A.J. Styles
5 A.J. Styles
4 Xavier
A.J. Styles
Donovan Morgan
3 Jamie Noble
6 Matt Stryker
Jamie Noble
Donovan Morgan
7 Donovan Morgan
2 Pepper Parks

2003[edit]

April 5 in Wilmington, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Frankie Kazarian
8 Chris Sabin
Frankie Kazarian
Paul London
5 Paul London
4 Alex Arion
Paul London
Chance Beckett
3 Chance Beckett
6 Sedrick Strong
Chance Beckett
Spanky
7 Spanky
2 Chris Cage

2004[edit]

April 3 in Wilmington, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Austin Aries
8 Shawn Daivari
Austin Aries
John Walters
5 John Walters
4 Nicho
Austin Aries
Christopher Daniels
3 Christopher Daniels
6 Rocky Romero
Christopher Daniels
Mike Kruel
7 Mike Kruel
2 Ricky Reyes

Daivari replaced the injured Tyson Dux[7]

2005[edit]

April 9 in Newark, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Puma
8 Eric Matlock
Puma
J.J. Perez
5 J.J. Perez
4 Tyson Dux
Puma
Petey Williams
3 Petey Williams
6 Rory Fox
Petey Williams
Alex Shelley
7 Alex Shelley
2 Andrew Ryker

2006[edit]

April 8 in Newark, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Charlie Haas
8 Xavier
Charlie Haas
Josh Daniels
5 Josh Daniels
4 Andre Lyonz
Charlie Haas
Davey Richards
3 Davey Richards
6 Scott Lost
Davey Richards
Milano Collection A.T.
7 Milano Collection A.T.
2 Bryan Logan

2007[edit]

November 10 in Newark, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Rob Eckos
8 Billy Bax
Rob Eckos
Sonjay Dutt
5 Sonjay Dutt
4 Human Tornado
Sonjay Dutt
Jerry Lynn
3 Jerry Lynn
6 Brian Fury
Jerry Lynn
Matt Logan
7 Matt Logan
2 Rob Conway

Dutt replaced Matt Cross, who was injured.

2008[edit]

October 25 in Newark, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Aden Chambers
8 Frankie Arion
Aden Chambers
Maverick
5 Maverick
4 Loca Vida
Aden Chambers
Alex Koslov
3 Chase Del Monte
6 Scott Reed
Chase Del Monte
Alex Koslov
7 Alex Koslov
2 Shannon Moore

2009[edit]

October 10 in Newark, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Tommaso Ciampa
8 Mike Tobin
Tommaso Ciampa
Dan Eckos
5 Dan Eckos
4 Metal Master
Tommaso Ciampa
Nick Logan
3 Quiet Storm
6 Mikaze
Quiet Storm
Nick Logan
7 Nick Logan
2 Prince Nana

2010[edit]

July 10 in Newark, Delaware[6]

Quarterfinals[6] Semifinals[6] Final[6]
                 
1 Tommaso Ciampa
8 Chase Del Monte
Tommaso Ciampa
Chris Wylde
5 Chris Wylde
4 Alex Reynolds
Tommaso Ciampa
Austin Creed
3 U–Gene
6 Scott Wright
U-Gene
Austin Creed
7 Austin Creed
2 Brian Milonas

Del Monte replaced Barry Ryte, who was injured.

2011[edit]

April 30 in Voorhees, New Jersey[8]

Quarterfinals[3] Semifinals[3] Final[3]
                 
1 Adam Cole Pin
8 Sami Callihan
Adam Cole Pin
Austin Aries
5 Austin Aries Pin
4 Bobby Shields
Adam Cole
Tommaso Ciampa Pin
3 Tommaso Ciampa Pin
6 Rich Swann
Tommaso Ciampa Submission
Shiima Xion
7 Shiima Xion Pin
2 Shockwave the Robot

2012[edit]

April 7 in Newark, Delaware[9]

Quarterfinals[9] Semifinals[9] Final[9]
                 
1 Bandido, Jr. Pin
8 Azrieal
Bandido, Jr. Pin
Gregory Iron
5 Gregory Iron Pin
4 Kyle Matthews
Bandido, Jr.
“Greek God” Papadon Pin
3 Bobby Fish Submission
6 Kekoa “The Flyin’ Hawaiian”
Bobby Fish
“Greek God” Papadon Pin
7 “Greek God” Papadon Pin
2 Tony Nese

2013[edit]

April 13 in Newark, Delaware[10]

Quarterfinals[9] Semifinals[9] Final[10]
                 
1 Mike Mondo
8 VsK
Mike Mondo
Damian Dragon
5 Damian Dragon
4 Chris Wylde
Damian Dragon
“Greek God” Papadon
3 Antonio Thomas
6 Rhett Titus
Antonio Thomas
“Greek God” Papadon
7 “Greek God” Papadon
2 Vordell Walker

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Gerweck, Steve (March 28, 2011). "ECWA Super 8 on iPPV with special offer, video". WrestleView. Retrieved April 28, 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d e Martin, Adam (May 1, 2011). "4/30 ECWA Super 8 Tournament results in NJ". WrestleView. Retrieved May 2, 2011. 
  4. ^ Hicks, Brady (April 8, 2012). "ECWA Apr 7th 2012 SUPER 8 RESULTS". East Coast Wrestling Association. Retrieved April 12, 2012. 
  5. ^ Johnson, Mike (April 14, 2013). "SUPER 8 & BEST OF THE BEST WINNERS ARE....". PWInsider. Retrieved April 15, 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd "*History". East Coast Wrestling Association. April 8, 2012. 
  7. ^ Milner, John (April 25, 2006). "Tyson Dux opens his textbook; Newest TNA Team Canada member talks about his career -- so far". Slam! Sports. Canadian Online Explorer. Retrieved April 28, 2011. 
  8. ^ Martin, Adam (April 19, 2011). "Indy News #1: IWF New Jersey, Super 8, SSW TV". WrestleView. Retrieved April 28, 2011. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f Gjoni, John (April 8, 2012). "2012 Super 8 Coverage!". Snapmare.com. Retrieved April 12, 2012. 
  10. ^ a b Apter, Bill (April 14, 2013). "WHAT HAPPENED @THE ECWA SUPER 8…WHO WAS THE BIG WINNER & WHAT SURPRISED EVERYONE AFTERWARDS!". 1Wrestling.com. Retrieved April 16, 2013. 

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