Talk:Jersey All Pro Wrestling

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Too Many Names[edit]

Its an independent Promotion so many many many wrestlers have come through. I am going to pare this list down even though I am one of the names on the list. Signed Just G a.k.a. NegroSuave 17:33, 14 June 2006 (UTC)

Who are you? Mr. C.C. 06:45, 7 July 2006 (UTC)


I think a logo for the promotion would be a good thing to have if there is one in my opinion. Mr. C.C. 06:45, 7 July 2006 (UTC)


THe information widely reported on the net about the Suicidal championship is very wrong. The suicidal Championship was retired after New Jersey Banned extreme wrestling. The title had been previously held by a number of hardcore wrestlers. and was retired in about 1999 but I am not 100% certain. I will contact them about it. As for the question as to who I am. My name was Just G and I was one half of the last known student tag team champions. NegroSuave 01:59, 10 July 2006 (UTC)

Well, that's what had on there record history of JAPW titles. Also, I was reading the JAPW history on there page and they did say the state of New Jersey did ban extreme/hardcore wrestling. But again has that 2002 date as the last champion. Mr. C.C. 21:03, 10 July 2006 (UTC)
Looking at Solie it looks like a honest mistake actually. The Team Thomas bit was tacked onto to the end as it was supposed to be about the Student Tag Team Championship which we were indeed beaten for on that date. The titles changed hands again a month later. Just looks like a clerical error. Last known champions were The Big Black Unit (Just G and Rick Silver) NegroSuave 21:06, 10 July 2006 (UTC)
I was at the very last Suicidal Championship match. It was in August 2000 at Club Bene in Sayreville, NJ between "Lowlife" Louie Ramos & Jay Lover 1. Jay Lover won the title & it was declared by "Fat" Frank that he was the final champ as NJ banned "hardcore" wrestling done by anyone except WWF, ECW & WCW, & it would take effect before their next show a month later. The strange thing is that when the hardcore ruling came down it was stated that only the Indy wrestling scene would be affected & the "Big Three" could do blood baths if they wanted to, as the NJ Athletic Commission had declared them "Sports Entertainment" (all of the big 3).--Hndsmepete 04:38, 10 February 2007 (UTC)

Student Tag Team Championship[edit]

I haven't seen any title history on this title. Can some possible update the title's section with the proper information. Mr. C.C. 02:20, 10 July 2006 (UTC)

Promotion history[edit]

I tried contacting Fat Frank if I could use the JAPW history that is on the site. But each I tried, the email would come back a failure delivery. So could some see if we could possibly add the JAPW history that is on the site? Mr. C.C. 02:20, 10 July 2006 (UTC)

Don't add the history if you are going to blatantly copy and paste. Please paraphrase it yourself if you want to add it otherwise don't copy and paste. I had to revert it back to the last actual registered person who made an edit. Mr. C.C. 22:42, 12 August 2006 (UTC)
I've reworked the history section because I realized it was missing an important part of JAP's rise to popularity, Hardcore wrestling. I need somehelp with dates and teh like but there was a news story about that as well as a NY Times article about Hardcore wrestling that featured JAP prominently. The law banning hardcore wrestling could have killed off the company if not for the initial change in focus. NegroSuave 16:14, 15 December 2006 (UTC)

New Jersey State Championship Re-Activation[edit]

There is conflicting information on the date of New Jersey State Championship re-activation. says September 2006, but the article says October 26, 2006. Which is right? Mr. C.C. 08:38, 23 July 2007 (UTC) also says September, 2006. Does anyone have an exact date? Mr. C.C. 09:11, 23 July 2007 (UTC)

Too long[edit]

The history section is far too long and overly detailed.. was this section lifted from somewhere else? As I've noted before, verifying the significance of the promotion should be of the highest priority right now. Deiz talk 08:22, 18 August 2007 (UTC)

Cryme Tyme In JAPW?[edit]

The roster is showing Cryme Tyme as a part of JAPW, but looking at the JAPW, there is no mention of them being on their roster. Mr. C.C. (talk) 07:11, 30 December 2007 (UTC)