East Coast Wrestling Association

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East Coast Wrestling Association
Acronym ECWA
Style Professional wrestling
Headquarters Newark, Delaware
Founder(s) Jim Kettner
Owner(s) Mike Tartaglia[1]
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] In 2010, Kettner announced his retirement and turned the promotion over to Mike Tartaglia and Joe Zanolle.[1]

Current champions[edit]

Titles Current champion(s)
ECWA Heavyweight Championship Kekoa the Flyin' Hawaiian
ECWA Mid Atlantic Championship Chris Wylde
ECWA Tag Team Championship D-LINE (Bodysnatcher & Black Ice)
Tournaments
ECWA 2013 Super 8 Winner Damian Dragon
ECWA 2012 K-CUP Winners Aden Chambers & Kekoa the Flyin Hawaiian

ECWA Hall of Fame[edit]

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]

1982

  • Red Devil
  • Jim Kettner
  • Super Smenkowski
  • Tiny Tom
  • Captain Tom
  • George Koukedis
  • Mike Schroeder

1983

  • Big Bill Page
  • The Maniac
  • Mr. Funk

1984

  • Mad Dog Celli
  • Barry Page

1985

  • The Baron
  • Dirty Dirk Dunlap
  • Ruffhouse Rivera
  • The Bulldog
  • Sweet Chocolate Thunder
  • Jim Russum

1986

  • The Wild Sheik

1987

  • Mike Clark

1988

  • Lord Vito Leone

1992

  • Viper
  • The Commando
  • Commanding Officer
  • Dazzling Donny Love
  • Billy K

1994

  • Dr. Destruction
  • Nigel Fair Service
  • Thunder
  • Boogie Woogie Brown

1995

1996

2000

  • Jeff Peterson

2001

2002

2004

2005

2006

  • Billy Bax
  • Rob Eckos
  • Mozart Fontaine
  • Pete Theophall
  • Joe Zanolle

2007

  • Low Ki
  • Sebastian Night
  • Iron Man
  • Gary McLaughlin

2009

  • JJ the Crew Guy
  • Mega

2011

2012

  • "Greek God" Papadon

2013

  • Aden Chambers

References[edit]

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

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