Jersey J-Cup

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This article is about the American professional wrestling tournament held by National Wrestling Superstars. For the Japanese professional wrestling tournament held by New Japan Pro Wrestling, see Super J-Cup.

The Jersey J Cup, also known as the Chris Candido Memorial J-Cup Tournament, is an annual professional wrestling tournament held by Funkdafied Wrestling Federation (FwF), typically between April and June. Modeled after the Super J-Cup by New Japan Pro Wrestling, it is the second-oldest tournament in United States after the East Coast Wrestling Association's Super 8 Tournament.[1]

The wrestlers in the tournament are typically junior heavyweight wrestlers from independent promotions all over North America.[1][2] The tournament has been hosted by New Jersey-based Jersey Championship Wrestling (2000-2004), National Wrestling Superstars (2005-2012)and Funkdafied Wrestling Federation (2013-). These promotions have held a combined 11 J-Cup tournaments. No wrestler has ever won the tournament twice, however, a number of participants have entered the tournament multiple times. Devon Moore is the wrestler who has participated in the most J-Cups as he has wrestled in all NWS tournaments except the 2007 tournament. His participation in the 2010 tournament marked his 5th Jersey J-Cup tournament.

History and format[edit]

The tournament was formed in 2000 by Jersey Championship Wrestling. It was originally created by JCW founder Ricky Otazu, inspired by the success of the ECWA Super 8 Tournament, as an American counterpart to New Japan Pro Wrestling's Super J-Cup to showcase the top independent wrestlers in the country.[1] The tournament was regularly hosted by JCW until its close in 2004 whereupon it was taken over by National Wrestling Superstars.

In 2005, shortly after purchasing the rights to the J-Cup Tournament, NWS promoter Joe Panzarino announced that the tournament would be renamed the Chris Candido Memorial J-Cup Tournament, and the J-Cup the Chris Candido Memorial J-Cup Trophy.[2][3] Subsequently, the tournament has been changed with the opening rounds consisting of three-way elimination matches to reduce the duration of the event while keeping the same number of competitors. Since 2007, it has also grown to include separate tournaments for female wrestlers and tag teams.

Tournament winners[edit]

Tournament Year Winner Total won Reference
J-Cup I 2000 Judas Young 1 [4]
J-Cup II 2001 Low Ki 1 [4]
J-Cup III 2002 Reckless Youth 1 [4]
J-Cup IV 2003 Jay Lethal 1 [5]
J-Cup V 2004 Super Dragon 1 [6]
J-Cup VI 2005 Mike Kruel 1 [7]
J-Cup VII 2006 Grim Reefer 1 [8]
J-Cup VIII 2007 Deranged 1 [9]
J-Cup IX 2008 Rhett Titus 1 [10]
J-Cup X 2009 Myke Quest 1 [11]
J-Cup XI 2010 John Walters 1 [11]
J-Cup XII 2011 Nicky Oceans 1
J-Cup XIII 2014 Chris Dickinson 1

2000[edit]

The 2000 JCW Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on May 12, 2000, at Paramus High School in Paramus, New Jersey.[4][12][13] Wrestlers from seven promotions, including Jersey Championship Wrestling, were represented at the inaugural tournament including the CyberSpace Wrestling Federation, East Coast Pro Wrestling, Jersey All Pro Wrestling, NWA New York, Outlaws of Wrestling and World Xtreme Wrestling.[14]

Judas Young won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Homicide in the opening round, Crazy Ivan in the quarter-finals, Low Ki in the semi-finals and Ryan Wing in the final match.[4][12][13] Ryan Wing, hometown hero and favorite to win the tournament, made a surprise "heel turn" arrogantly criticizing the fans and brought out his "mother", Mrs. Wing, to be in his corner during his match against Judas Young. It was a failed attempt at outside interference, an ill-timed slap that accidentally hit her son, that allowed Young to pin Wing with a schoolboy rollup for the win.

Results[edit]

May 12, 2000 in Paramus, New Jersey (Paramus High School)

# Results[4][12][13][15] Stipulations Times
1 Crazy Ivan (JCW) defeated "Sterling" Rick Silver (NWA-NY) First Round Tournament match n/a
2 "Smooth" Tommy Suede (WXW) defeated Marc Reil (JAPW) n/a
3 Judas Young (JCW) defeated Homicide (JAPW) n/a
4 "Sure Thing" Ryan Wing (JCW) defeated Dave Delicious (CWF) n/a
5 Billy Reil (JCW) defeated "Superstar" Dave Grecco (JCW) n/a
6 Embassamador (ECPW) defeated Zero Gravity (WXW) n/a
7 Low Ki (JCW) defeated Grandmaster B (ECPW) n/a
8 Abunai (JCW) defeated White Lotus (OOW) n/a
9 Judas Young defeated Crazy Ivan Quarter Final Tournament Match n/a
10 Ryan Wing defeated Tommy Suede n/a
11 Low Ki defeated Billy Reil n/a
12 Abunai defeated Embassamador n/a
13 Judas Young defeated Low Ki Semi Final Tournament match n/a
14 Ryan Wing defeated Abunai n/a
15 Judas Young defeated Ryan Wing (with Mrs. Wing) Tournament Finals match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Crazy Ivan
Rick Silver Pin
Crazy Ivan
Judas Young Pin
Judas Young
Homicide Pin
Judas Young
Low Ki Pin
Billy Reil
Dave Grecco Pin
Billy Reil
Low Ki Pin
Low Ki
Grandmaster B Pin
Judas Young
Ryan Wing Pin
Tommy Suede
Marc Reil Pin
Tommy Suede
Ryan Wing Sub
Ryan Wing
Dave Delicious Pin
Ryan Wing
Abunai Pin
Embassamador
Zero Gravity Pin
Embassamador
Abunai Pin
Abunai
White Lotus Pin

2001[edit]

The 2001 JCW Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on June 23, 2001, at the JCW Arena in Lodi, New Jersey.[4][16][17] Wrestlers from nine promotions, including Jersey Championship Wrestling, were represented at the tournament including the CyberSpace Wrestling Federation, Eastern Wrestling Federation, Heartland Wrestling Association, Jersey All Pro Wrestling, Maryland Championship Wrestling, Outlaws of Wrestling, Ultimate Championship Wrestling and World Xtreme Wrestling.[14][18]

Low Ki won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Xavier in the opening round, Joel Maximo in the quarter-finals, Shark Boy in the semi-finals and Queenan Creed in the final match. In addition to the tournament, a special challenge match was held as one of the two semi-main events pitting former Extreme Championship Wrestling wrestler Julio Dinero against Rick Ratchet[4][16][17][18] who mas making his in-ring debut after being out of action for six months due to an injury.

Results[edit]

June 23, 2001 in Lodi, New Jersey (JCW Arena)

# Results[4][16][17][18] Stipulations Times
1 Judas Young (JCW) defeated Ryan Wing (CWF) First Round Tournament match n/a
2 Low Ki (JCW) defeated Xavier (UCW) n/a
3 "Superstar" Dave Greco (JCW) defeated Supreme Lee Great (WXW) n/a
4 Joel Maximo (UCW) defeated Jose Maximo (UCW) n/a
5 Dixie (JAP) defeated Felipe the Pool Boy (JCW) n/a
6 Shark Boy (HWA) defeated Dylan Cage (JCW) n/a
7 Queenan Creed (MCW) defeated White Lotus (OOW) n/a
8 Mike Quackenbush (EWF) defeated Red (UCW) n/a
9 Shark Boy defeated Judas Young Quarter Final Tournament Match n/a
10 Low Ki defeated Joel Maximo n/a
11 Mike Quackenbush defeated Dave Greco n/a
12 Queenan Creed defeated Dixie n/a
13 Low Ki defeated Shark Boy Semi Final Tournament match n/a
14 Queenan Creed defeated Mike Quackenbush n/a
15 Julio Dinero defeat Rik Ratchet Special Challenge match n/a
16 Low Ki defeated Queenan Creed Tournament Finals match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Judas Young
Ryan Wing Pin
Judas Young
Shark Boy Pin
Shark Boy
Dylan Cage Pin
Low Ki
Shark Boy Sub
Low Ki
Xavier Sub
Low Ki
Joel Maximo Sub
Joel Maximo
Jose Maximo Pin
Low Ki
Queenan Creed Sub
Dave Greco
Supreme Lee Great Pin
Dave Greco
Mike Quackenbush Pin
Mike Quackenbush
Red Pin
Mike Quackenbush
Queenan Creed Pin
Dixie
Felipe the Pool Boy Pin
Dixie
Queenan Creed Pin
Queenan Creed
White Lotus Pin

2002[edit]

The 2002 JCW Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on June 15, 2002, at the Rex Plex in Elizabeth, New Jersey.[4][19][20][21] Wrestlers from fourteen promotions, including Jersey Championship Wrestling, were represented at the tournament including Chikara, the East Coast Wrestling Association, Impact Championship Wrestling, IPW Hardcore, IWA Mid-South, Jersey All Pro Wrestling, Maryland Championship Wrestling, NWA New England, Ring of Honor, 3PW, USA Pro Wrestling, World Wrestling All-Stars and World Xtreme Wrestling.[22]

Reckless Youth won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated The Insane Dragon in the opening round, CM Punk in the quarter-finals, AJ Styles in the semi-finals and American Dragon in the final match. In addition to the tournament, a singles match between Inferno and Jay Briscoe was held as one of the two semi-main events.[4][19][20][21][22]

Results[edit]

June 15, 2002 in Elizabeth, New Jersey (Rex Plex)

# Results[4][19][20][21][22] Stipulations Times
1 American Dragon (ROH) defeated Supreme Lee Great (WXW) First Round Tournament match n/a
2 Dave Greco (JCW) defeated Dixie (JAP) n/a
3 Mark Briscoe (JCW) defeated Shawn Sheridan n/a
4 Scoot Andrews (ECWA) defeated Jason Rumble (NWA-NE) n/a
5 Colt Cabana (IWA-MS) defeated Damian Dragon (ICW) n/a
6 A.J. Styles (WWA) defeated Qenaan Creed (MCW) n/a
7 CM Punk (3PW) defeated Billy Reil (USAPW) n/a
8 Reckless Youth (CHIKARA) defeated The Insane Dragon (JAPW) n/a
9 American Dragon defeated Dave Greco Quarter Final Tournament Match n/a
10 Scoot Andrews defeated Mark Briscoe n/a
11 A.J. Styles defeated Colt Cabana n/a
12 Reckless Youth defeated CM Punk n/a
13 American Dragon defeated Scoot Andrews Semi Final Tournament match n/a
14 Reckless Youth defeated AJ Styles n/a
15 Inferno defeated Jay Briscoe n/a
16 Reckless Youth defeated American Dragon Tournament Finals match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
American Dragon
Supreme Lee Great
American Dragon
Dave Greco
Dave Greco
Dixie
American Dragon
Scoot Andrews
Mark Briscoe
Shawn Sheridan
Mark Briscoe
Scoot Andrews
Scoot Andrews
Jason Rumble
American Dragon
Reckless Youth
Colt Cabana
Damian Dragon
Colt Cabana
AJ Styles
A.J. Styles
Qenaan Creed
Reckless Youth
AJ Styles
CM Punk
Billy Reil
CM Punk
Reckless Youth
Reckless Youth
The Insane Dragon

2003[edit]

The 2003 JCW Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on August 24, 2003, at the Garfield Boys and Girls Club in Garfield, New Jersey.[4][23][24] Wrestlers from several promotions, including Jersey Championship Wrestling, were represented at the tournament including Combat Zone Wrestling, IWA Mid-South, Jersey All Pro Wrestling and the New York Wrestling Connection .[25]

Jay Lethal won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Rob Eckos in the opening round, CM Punk in the quarter-finals, Jimmy Jacobs in the semi-finals and Homicide in the final match. In addition to the tournament, a singles match between Striker and Jonny Storm was held as one of the two semi-main events. The tournament also opened with a tag team match for the JCW Tag Team Championship between the champions, Los Boricuas, and the challengers, The Disciples Of Darling, in which Los Boricuas retained the championship via disqualification.[4][23][24][25]

Results[edit]

August 24, 2003 in Garfield, New Jersey (Garfield Boys and Girls Club)

# Results[4][23][24][25] Stipulations Times
1 Los Boricuas (Warpath and Tony Blaze) (c) defeated The Disciples Of Darling (Kimani and Jason Static) (with John Shane) via disqualification. Tag Team match for the JCW Tag Team Championship n/a
2 Jay Lethal defeated Rob Eckos First Round Tournament match n/a
3 CM Punk defeated Sonjay Dutt (CZW) n/a
4 Shawn Sheridan (JCW) defeated Deranged n/a
5 Jimmy Jacobs (IWA-MS) defeated Dixie (JAP) n/a
6 Homicide defeated Grim Reefer n/a
7 Johnny Ova (NYWC) defeated Dan Barry (NYWC) n/a
8 Alex Shelley (IWA-MS) defeated Ruckus (CZW) n/a
9 Slyk Wagner Brown (with April Hunter) defeated Dave Greco (JCW) n/a
10 Jay Lethal defeated CM Punk Quarter Final Tournament Match n/a
11 Jimmy Jacobs defeated Shawn Sheridan n/a
12 Homicide defeated Alex Shelley n/a
13 Slyk Wagner Brown (with April Hunter) defeated Johnny Ova n/a
14 Jay Lethal defeated Jimmy Jacobs Semi Final Tournament match n/a
15 Homicide defeated Slyk Wagner Brown (with April Hunter) n/a
16 Striker defeated Jonny Storm (with John Shane) Singles match n/a
17 Jay Lethal defeated Homicide Tournament Finals match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Jay Lethal
Rob Eckos Pin
Jay Lethal
CM Punk Sub
CM Punk
Sonjay Dutt Pin
Jay Lethal
Jimmy Jacobs Pin
Shawn Sheridan
Deranged Pin
Shawn Sheridan
Jimmy Jacobs Pin
Jimmy Jacobs
Dixie Pin
Jay Lethal
Homicide Pin
Homicide
Grim Reefer Pin
Homicide
Alex Shelley Pin
Alex Shelley
Ruckus Pin
Homicide
Slyk Wagner Brown Pin
Johnny Ova
Dan Barry Pin
Johnny Ova
Slyk Wagner Brown Pin
Slyk Wagner Brown
Dave Greco Pin

2004[edit]

The 2004 JCW Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on June 27, 2004, at the Garfield Boys and Girls Club in Garfield, New Jersey.[4][26][27] Wrestlers from nine promotions, including Jersey Championship Wrestling, were represented at the tournament including the Combat Zone Wrestling, East Coast Wrestling Association, Full Impact Pro, Lucha Xtreme Wrestling, New York Wrestling Connection, 3PW and Zero-1.[28]

Super Dragon won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Altar Boy Luke in the opening round, Shawn Sheridan in the quarter-finals, M-Dogg 20 in the semi-finals and B-Boy in the final match; Super Dragon was also awarded the vacant JCW Light Heavyweight Championship. In addition to the tournament, the semi-main event was a standard wrestling match for the JCW Heavyweight Championship between the champion, Slyk Wagner Brown, and the challenger, Homicide, in which Homicide won the championship.[4][26][27][28]

Results[edit]

June 27, 2004 in Garfield, New Jersey (Garfield Boys and Girls Club)

# Results[4][26][27][28] Stipulations Times[29]
1 Dave Greco (JCW) defeated Damian Adams (3PW) First Round Tournament match 7:30
2 Mike Quackenbush (CHIKARA) defeated Jigsaw (CHIKARA) 7:40
3 M-Dogg 20 defeated Rob Eckos (ECWA) 5:02
4 Striker (NYWC) defeated Dan Barry 9:04
5 Shawn Sheridan (JCW) defeated Sabian (CZW) 5:57
6 Super Dragon defeated Altar Boy Luke (LXW) 8:54
7 Josh Daniels (Zero-1) defeated Tyler Payne (NYWC) 10:01
8 B-Boy (CZW) defeated Chris Idol 7:51
9 M-Dogg 20 defeated Dave Greco Quarter Final Tournament Match 9:19
10 B-Boy defeated Mike Quackenbush 12:21
11 Super Dragon defeated Shawn Sheridan n/a
12 Josh Daniels defeated Striker 14:25
13 Super Dragon defeated M-Dogg 20 Semi Final Tournament match 11:10
14 B-Boy defeated Josh Daniels 11:09
15 Homicide defeated Slyk Wagner Brown (with April Hunter) (c) Single match for the JCW Heavyweight Championship 13:26
16 Super Dragon defeated B-Boy Tournament Finals match 23:52

Tournament bracket[edit]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Dave Greco
Damian Adams
Dave Greco
M-Dogg 20
M-Dogg 20
Rob Eckos
M-Dogg 20
Super Dragon
Mike Quackenbush
Jigsaw
Mike Quackenbush
B-Boy
B-Boy
Chris Idol
Super Dragon
B-Boy
Shawn Sheridan
Sabian
Shawn Sheridan
Super Dragon
Super Dragon
Altar Boy Luke
B-Boy
Josh Daniels
Striker
Dan Barry
Striker
Josh Daniels
Josh Daniels
Tyler Payne

2005[edit]

The 2005 NWS Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on April 30, 2005, at the Recreation Station Arena in Toms River, New Jersey. The show opened with a tribute to Chris Candido followed by a formal announcement by National Wrestling Superstars, which had recently purchased the rights to the J-Cup, that the tournament would be renamed the Chris Candido Memorial J-Cup Tournament, and the J-Cup itself as the Candido Memorial J-Cup Trophy. It also introduced a new concept in which the opening rounds consisted of Fatal Four Way matches. This reduced the duration of the tournament, eliminating the quarter-finals, while keeping the same number of participants and allowed additional non-tournament matches.[30][3]

Mike Kruel won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Damian Adams, Slayer and Steve Zapf in the opening round, Trent Acid in the semi-finals and Azriael in the final match; Kruel was presented the trophy by Candido's family after the match. In addition to the tournament, there were two championship matches on the undercard; WXW Heavyweight Champion Bison Bravado defended his title against Funky White Boy and AWA Heavyweight Champion Danny Demanto wrestled JD Smooth, both defeating their opponents.[3][30]

Results[edit]

April 30, 2005 in Toms River, New Jersey (Recreation Station Arena)

# Results[3][30] Stipulations Times
1 Azriael beat Drew Blood, Luis Ortiz and Tommy Force First Round Tournament match n/a
2 Deranged defeated Arcadia, Gavin Quest and Neeno Capone n/a
3 Trent Acid defeated Nick Berk, Devon Moore and Tony Flow n/a
4 Mike Kruel defeated Damian Adams, Slayer and Steve Zapf n/a
5 Bison Bravado (c) defeated Funky White Boy Single match for the WXW Heavyweight Championship n/a
6 Danny Demanto (c) defeated JD Smooth Single match for the AWA Heavyweight Championship n/a
7 Azriael defeated Deranged Semi Final Tournament match n/a
8 Mike Kruel defeated Trent Acid n/a
9 Eric Justice and Jim Neidhart beat Hasheem Ali and Simon Diamond Tag team match n/a
10 Mike Kruel defeated Azriael Tournament Finals match n/a

2006[edit]

The 2006 NWS Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on April 29, 2006, at the VFW Hall in Manville, New Jersey. The opening rounds were held as three-man elimination matches.[11][31][32][33][34]

Grim Reefer won the tournament by winning three matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Archadia and Ghanda Rhea Akbar in the opening round, Devon Moore in the semi-finals and Deranged in the final match. In addition to the tournament, a 6-man tag team "grudge" match between Bison Bravado, TNT and Shane Taylor defeated The Famous Clown, Ice Pick Lowinski and Bulldog Collare. Another featured match was WWF Hall of Famer Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, accompanied by Captain Lou Albano against Johnny Candido, which Snuka won.[11][31][32][33][34]

Results[edit]

April 29, 2006 in Manville, New Jersey (VFW Hall)

# Results[11][31][33][34] Stipulations Times
1 The Grim Reefer defeated Archadia and Ghanda Rhea Akbar First Round Tournament match n/a
2 Devon Moore defeated Sabian and Mike Kruel n/a
3 Deranged defeated Nicky Oceans and Judas Young n/a
4 Gavin Quest defeated Corvis Fear and Drew Blood (with Ashe-Samuels) n/a
5 Bison Bravado, TNT and Shane Taylor defeated The Famous Clown, Ice Pick Lowinski and Bulldog Collare 6-man tag team match n/a
6 Grim Reefer defeated Devon Moore Semi Final Tournament match n/a
7 Deranged defeated Gavin Quest n/a
8 Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka (with Captain Lou Albano) defeated Johnny Candido Singles match n/a
9 Grim Reefer defeated Deranged Tournament Finals match n/a

2007[edit]

The 2007 NWS Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 8-man tournament held on April 21, 2007, at the VFW Hall in Manville, New Jersey. This was the first and only time since 2005 that the tournament was held as a standard single-elimination tournament and with less than 16 participants.[35][36]

Deranged won the tournament by winning three matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Mikey Pacifica in the opening round, Jorge Santi in the semi-finals and NWS Junior Heavyweight Champion Gavin Quest in the final match.[37] In addition to the tournament, two tag team matches were held. The first, an intergender tag team match, matched 2006 NWS King and Queen of the Ring Danny Demanto and Melissa Stripes against 2006 J-Cup winners Grim Reeper and Alexa; the former team was later replaced with Bison Bravado and Amber. The second featured bout was a 6-man tag team match with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Salvatore Sincere and NWS Hardcore Champion Johnny Candido wrestling David Sammartino, "Indian Warrior" Draven and Rich "Ice Pick" Lowinski.[35][36]

Results[edit]

April 21, 2007 in Manville, New Jersey (VFW Hall)

# Results[36][37] Stipulations Times
1 Deranged defeated Mikey Pacifica First Round Tournament match n/a
2 Gavin Quest defeated Nicky Oceans n/a
3 Bison Bravado and Amber versus Danny Demanto and Melissa Stripes Intergender tag team match n/a
4 Corvis Fear defeated Rhett Titus First Round Tournament match n/a
4 Jorge Santi defeated Minyon n/a
5 Deranged defeated Jorge Santi Semi Final Tournament match n/a
6 Gavin Quest defeated Corvis Fear n/a
7 Greg Valentine, Johnny Candido and Salvatore Sincere versus Wes Draven, Ice Pick and David Sammartino 6-man tag team match n/a
8 Deranged defeated Gavin Quest Tournament Finals match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
Deranged
Mikey Pacifica
Deranged
Jorge Santi
Gavin Quest
Nicky Oceans
Deranged
Gavin Quest
Corvis Fear
Rhett Titus
Gavin Quest
Corvis Fear
Jorge Santi
Minyon

2008[edit]

The 2008 NWS Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on April 26, 2008, at the VFW Hall in Manville, New Jersey. The opening rounds were held as three-man elimination matches.[11][38][39][40]

Rhett Titus won the tournament by winning three matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Mikey Pacifica and Brett Thunder in the opening round, Nicky Oceans in the semi-finals and Drew Blood in the final match. In addition to the tournament, Scotty 2 Hotty wrestled Mike "G.Q." Quest, accompanied by Romeo Roselli, as part of the semi-event.[11][38][39][40]

Results[edit]

April 26, 2008 in Manville, New Jersey (VFW Hall)

# Results Stipulations[11][38][39][40] Times
1 Skitzo defeated Ronnie The Red Singles match n/a
2 Devon Moore defeated Sabotage and Minyon First Round Tournament match n/a
3 Drew Blood defeated Unbreakable Andy and Fantastic Maxx n/a
4 Mike "Bulldog" Collare defeated Bison Bravado Singles match n/a
5 Rhett Titus defeated Mikey Pacifica and Brett Thunder First Round Tournament match n/a
4 Nicky Oceans defeated “Firebird” Jorge Santi and Golden Lynx n/a
5 Drew Blood defeated Devon Moore Semi Final Tournament match n/a
6 Rhett Titus defeated Nicky Oceans n/a
7 Nate Mustang defeated J.D. Smoothie Singles match n/a
8 Scotty 2 Hotty defeated Mike “G.Q.” Quest (with Romeo Roselli) Singles match n/a
9 Rhett Titus defeated Drew Blood Tournament Finals match n/a

2009[edit]

The 2009 NWS Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on May 16, 2009, at the VFW Hall in Manville, New Jersey. The opening rounds were held as Fatal Four Way matches.[11][41][42][43]

Myke Quest won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Arachadia, Corvis Fear and Amasis in the opening round, Nicky Oceans in the semi-finals and Jay Lethal in the final match. In addition to the tournament, former Extreme Championship Wrestling alumni Balls Mahoney and Axl Rotten made a guest appearance to pay tribute to Chris Candido before the show; Mahoney later won a "Big Man Battle Royal" and wrestled Gene Snitsky in a Loser Goes Through a Door match in which the loser would be powerbombed though a door.[11][41][42][43]

Results[edit]

May 16, 2009 in Manville, New Jersey (VFW Hall)

# Results[11][41][42][43] Stipulations Times
1 Jay Lethal defeated Mikey Pacifica, J.D. Smoothie and AaronArbo First Round Tournament match n/a
2 Nicky Oceans defeated Damian Adams, Joey Janella and Unbreakable Andy n/a
3 Devon Moore defeated Golden Lynx, Ophidian and Frightmare n/a
4 Myke Quest defeated Arachadia, Corvis Fear and Amasis n/a
5 Balls Mahoney won a Big Man Battle Royal Big Man Battle Royal n/a
6 Jay Lethal defeated Devon Moore Semi Final Tournament match n/a
7 Myke Quest defeated Nicky Oceans n/a
8 Gene Snitsky defeated Balls Mahoney Loser Goes Through a Door match n/a
9 Myke Quest defeated Jay Lethal Tournament Finals match n/a

2010[edit]

The 2010 NWS Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 16-man tournament held on May 14, 2010, at the Veterans Center in Kenilworth, New Jersey. The opening rounds were held as three-man elimination matches.[11][44][45][46][47]

John Walters won the tournament by winning four matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Jumping Joey Janela and Nick Talent in the opening round, Joel Maximo in the quarter-finals, Pat Buck in the semi-finals and Nicky Oceans in the final match. In addition to the tournament, Reality Check (Danny Demanto and Kevin Matthews) were declared the co-winners of a "Baker’s Dozen Heavyweight Battle Royal".[11][44][45][46] The winner was to receive a match against former World Wrestling Federation superstar Kamala, however, an altercation with special guest referee The Patriot caused to change it to a tag team match.[47]

Results[edit]

May 14, 2010 in Kenilworth, New Jersey (Veterans Center)

# Results[11][44][45][46][47] Stipulations Times
1 John Walters defeated Jumping Joey Janela and Nick Talent First Round Tournament match n/a
2 Pat Buck defeated Alex “Sugarfoot” Payne and “Too Hot” Steve Scott n/a
3 “The Love Machine” Nicky Oceans defeated Chris D’Andrea and Sabotage n/a
4 Mike Dennis defeated “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie and Devon Moore n/a
5 Reality Check (Danny Demanto and Kevin Matthews) were declared co-winners of a 13-man battle royal.[Note 1] Baker’s Dozen Heavyweight Battle Royal; As per the pre-match stibulation, the winner received a match with Kamala. An alterication with special guest referee The Patriot, however, led to a tag team match between Reality Check versus The Patriot and Kamala later that night. n/a
6 Nicky Oceans defeated Mike Dennis Semi Final Tournament match n/a
7 John Walters defeated Pat Buck n/a
8 Kamala and The Patriot defeated Reality Check (Danny Demanto and Kevin Matthews) Tag Team match n/a
9 John Walters defeated Nicky Oceans Tournament Finals match n/a
  1. ^ The other participants included were: NWS Heavyweight Champion "Corrupted" Corey Havoc, The Masked Assassin, "The Happy Hillbilly" Justin Blackwell, Saddam Insane of the Baghdad Bullies, Mister Nick Gregory, Snake-Eyez, "Cannonball" Jeff Guerrero, Jay Silva, "The Little Gipper" Steve Gipke, Anthony Scorase, and Jack Spade.

2011[edit]

The 2011 NWS Jersey J-Cup was a two-block, 12-man tournament held on August 6, 2011, at the New Point Comfort Fire Company Hall in Keansburg, New Jersey. The opening rounds were held as three-man elimination matches.

Nicky Oceans won the tournament by winning three matches at the event. Over the course of the evening, he defeated "Jersey Shore Jock" Mike Dennis and Johnny in the opening round, Chris Steeler in the semi-finals, and Devon Moore in the final match. In addition to the tournament, 2 Rude Dudes(Rampage Rogers and Corey Havoc) were declared the co-winners of a "Baker’s Dozen Heavyweight Battle Royal".The winner was to receive a match against former World Wrestling Federation superstar Tommy Dream however, an alterication with special guest referee Johnny Candido (Chris Candido's brother) caused to change it to a tag team match.

Results[edit]

August 11, 2011 in Keansburg, New Jersey (New Point Comfort Fire Company Hall)

# Results[11][44][45][46][47] Stipulations Times
1 Devon Moore defeated Chris D'Andrea and Nick Talent First Round Tournament match n/a
2 The Jersey Kidd defeated Mike Donovan and Steve Scott n/a
3 “The Love Machine" Nicky Oceans defeated Johnny and Mike Dennis n/a
4 2 Rude Dudes (Corey Havoc and Rampage Rogers) were declared co-winners of a 13-man battle royal.[Note 1] Baker’s Dozen Heavyweight Battle Royal; As per the pre-match stipulation, the winner received a match with Tommy Dreamer. An alterication with special guest referee Johnny Candido, however, led to a tag team match between 2 Rude Dudes versus Tommy Dreamer and Johnny Candido later that night. n/a
5 Devon Moore defeated The Jersey Kidd Semi Final Tournament match n/a
6 Nicky Oceans defeated Chris Steeler n/a
7 Tommy Dreamer and Johnny Candido defeated 2 Rude Dudes (Corey Havoc and Rampgae Rogers) Tag Team match n/a
8 Nicky Oceans defeats Devon Moore Tournament Finals match n/a

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The other participants included were: BF Saluka, Bobby Youngblood, Chill Will, Goal-Duh, Johnny Ringo, Michael Reigns, Mr. Nick Gregory, Richard Michaels, Shock, Steve Gipke and Tony Scorace .

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