Experience The Difference of ISPW this Saturday evening, October 24th in Freehold, NJ at the ISPW Arena, located at 323A Fairfield Road when ISPW presents SLAMOWEEN. In the main event, ISPW World Heavyweight Champion Judas Young will be defending his title for the very first time against “The Detonator” Rick Fuller, who is currently undefeated in ISPW. Fuller has been mauling through the competition since ISPW has made it’s return back in April and this will no doubt be the toughest challenge of Young’s career come Saturday. Young, who is hot off of winning a 60 Minute Iron Man Match against Danny Inferno back at The War To Settle The Score, will no doubt be put in a David vs.Goliath situation against Fuller this Saturday night at SLAMOWEEN. Will Young be the next victim in Fuller’s dominance over the ISPW, or will Young continue to prove that Punks Not Dead? One thing is for sure, this is one unique match that you will not want to miss.
Former WWE Superstar Kevin Thorn has just been added to make a special guest appearance at SLAMOWEEN this Saturday night. With vampires sweeping the nation right now with its popularity, Kevin Thorn is the perfect guest to have at SLAMOWEEN this Saturday night with Halloween right around the corner. Thorn will be signing photos and taking pictures for $15.00 each or you can get a combo deal for $20.00. If you have your own items to be signed or have your own camera to take a picture with Thorn, the cost is $10.00 each. Get ready FANG BANGERS for this Saturday when this former WWE Superstar invades the ISPW Arena!
For the first time in nearly ten years, Crowbar will go one on one with “Mr. Main Event” Ace Darling. This match will be a special treat for long time independent wrestling fans, as most know the long history between these two wrestlers. The last time these two had a singles match was on Valentine’s Day in 2000 at the Nassau Coliseum during a dark match for WCW. Darling, who just made a surprise return at The War To Settle The Score after being in retirement for the previous year, is very surprised that his best friend Crowbar has challenged him to a match. Crowbar says that “He” told him to take out Ace Darling. If you have been following ISPW over the last several months, Crowbar keeps referring to this mysterious “HIM” character that is in his head. Why does “He” want Crowbar to take out the former five-time ISPW World Heavyweight Champion? Why is Crowbar listening to “Him” anyway? Will we finally find out who “He” is this Saturday at SLAMOWEEN? Is Crowbar so obsessed with “Him” that he’s willing to wrestle his best friend? Obviously so.
Nunzio has had enough of the ISPW General Manager, “Mr. Personality” Nicholas Nice. Back at The War To Settle The Score, Nunzio was scheduled for a one on one match against the GM of ISPW. Plans quickly changed thanks to Nice, who came out with Baby Hughie, and announced he was changing the match to a tag team match. Nice, who said he was a nice guy, hand picked a tag team partner for Nunzio. The partner turned out to be “The Midnight Idol” Nicky Benz. Nunzio knew right then and there that the fix was in. Benz laid down for Nice at the conclusion of the match and Nunzio never even had the opportunity to get his hands on Nice. Hopefully that will change at SLAMOWEEN this Saturday as Nunzio has secured the services of the high flying popular tag team, The Logan Brothers, to help him in his war against Nice. In Six Man Tag Team Warfare, Nunzio & The Logan Brothers team to collide with Nicholas Nice, Baby Hughie, and Nicky Benz.
Nice has just announced that he has a huge surprise in-store for Nunzio this Saturday night, as he’s secured the services of “The Nature Boy” to be in his corner for this six-man tag team match. Just to note, Nice has swerved ISPW fans in the past, most recently at ISPW Summer Rumble when he dropped hints that Mr. Kennedy would be appearing and it didn’t take place. Nice will not go on record saying he has Ric Flair appearing in his corner this Saturday in Freehold; just that his guy is a limousine riding, jet flying, kiss-stealing, wheelin’ dealin’ son of a gun. Nice says ISPW fans should be able to read between the lines on these hints. Is Nice trying to pull another fast one on the ISPW fans!?! I guess we will find out this Saturday night at SLAMOWEEN!
“The King of The World” Danny Inferno is not in a good mood. After several months of battling over the ISPW World Heavyweight Championship with Judas Young, Inferno is now left without the title wrapped around his waist. Inferno has issued an open challenge to anyone in ISPW and it’s been answered by former WWE Superstar Manu. No stranger to ISPW, Manu got his first break in the wrestling business at the early age of fourteen years old in ISPW as the ISPW Light Heavyweight Champion. Manu made a surprise appearance at ISPW’s return show back in April. Manu is now returning to ISPW at SLAMOWEEN this Saturday against the self-proclaimed King of The World. Will Inferno take his frustrations out on Manu at SLAMOWEEN? This match promises to be a hard-hitting Heavyweight Contender Showdown!
A new ISPW Championship will be debuting at SLAMOWEEN this Saturday, the ISPW Tri-State Championship. ISPW General Manager, Nicholas Nice, has signed a Fatal Four Way to determine the first ever ISPW Tri-State Champion between “Dastardly” Danny Doring, Chase Del Monte, “The Platinum Poppa” Rob Eckos, and “The Escort” Erik Andretti. The first man to score a pin in this Fatal Four Way will make history by becoming the first ever ISPW Tri-State Champion.
Danny Maff will make his ISPW debut at SLAMOWEEN this Saturday taking on “Big in Japan” Bobby Fish. This match will be a special treat for East Coast hardcore wrestling fans, as Maff has made a name for himself in various other independent companies in the New Jersey area. Maff is very excited to be making his ISPW debut and is looking to back up his hype. Fish, who made a very impressive debut at The War To Settle The Score against Crowbar, is looking to make an impact on Saturday. This match could very well be off the charts exciting!
Julio Dinero and Flash’s feud continues to boil in ISPW. At The War To Settle The Score, Dinero gained a cheap count-out victory over Flash. Dinero’s valet, Miss Michelle, was knocked to the arena floor and Flash went out to check on her. Dinero followed, but when realizing the referee’s count was approaching ten, he quickly weaseled his way back into the ring to gain the count-out victory instead of checking on Michelle. Flash is furious about this and demanded a return match at SLAMOWEEN on Saturday. The Dinero/Flash feud is far from over.
ISPW will also be having a special HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST this Saturday night at SLAMOWEEN hosted by Baby Hughie! The winner of the contest will win an autograph poster signed by all the ISPW Superstars and the chance to meet their favorite ISPW wrestler for a one-on-one meeting! Dress to impress at SLAMOWEEN this Saturday night!
ISPW General Manager Nicholas Nice has also signed a HUGE match for ISPW SEASON’S BEATINGS taking place at the ISPW Arena on December 26th and the match will be announced this Saturday night at SLAMOWEEN! This announcement should get a HUGE reaction from the ISPW Arena come this Saturday night
PURCHASE SLAMOWEEN TICKETS NOW: Tickets are available now for SLAMOWEEN at ISPWLive.com or by calling the ISPW Box Office at (732) 409-1132. Tickets are $5.00 off if you order in advance!
DIRECTIONS FROM NORTH JERSEY: Take Garden State Parkway South to exit 123 (Rt. 9 S). Take Rt. 9 South to 18 South, which will be on the left hand side 8.2 miles up. Take 18 S. to exit 22A. Turn right onto Five Point Rd. Turn left on NJ-33. Turn right onto Fairfield Rd. 3-2 Count is located at 323A Fairfield Road.
DIRECTIONS FROM PHILADELPHIA: Take New Jersey Turnpike North to exit 8. Merge onto NJ-33 E. Take ramp toward Brickyard Rd/Fairfield Rd. Turn right onto Fairfield Rd. 3-2 Count is located at 323A Fairfield Road.
DIRECTIONS FROM ROUTE 33 WESTBOUND: Follow Route 33 West into Howell. Continue past the Cabin Restaurant (on your left). Bear right onto Business Route 33, At next light make left onto Fairfield Road. Follow approximately 1 mile, you will go over railroad tracks, past Bennett Rd (on right) and the Facility is on left
DIRECTIONS FROM BUSINESS ROUTE 33 EASTBOUND: Follow Business Route 33 East from Freehold into Howell. Once you past the Wawa on your left, make a right at next light (Fairfield Rd). Follow approximately 1 mile, over the railroad tracks, past Bennett Rd (on right), The Facility is on the left
DIRECTIONS FROM ROUTE 33 BYPASS EASTBOUND: Exit Route 33 bypass at the Fairfield Rd/Brickyard Rd Exit. At the bottom of the ramp make a right. Follow approximately 1 mile over the railroad tracks, past Bennett Rd (on right). The Facility is on the left
DIRECTIONS FROM ROUTE 9 NORTHBOUND: Turn right onto Route 524 -Adelphia Farmingdale Road. Go approximately 3 miles. Go to the 3rd Traffic Light. Turn left onto Fairfield Rd (across from Adelphia Grammar School). Go approximately 1 mile and the Facility is on your right
Be sure to head over to ISPWLive.com for all the latest breaking news for this huge event this Saturday night at the ISPW Arena!