Van Dam,Sabu & X Pac Tour, ISPW,WSU,JAPW,PWU, EMLL

Bill Behrens


Stars in action:


Rob Van Dam – Exclusive to AWR throughout 2009


Sean "X-Pac" Waltman 

Rene Dupree – Current AWR World Champion

Scotty The Hotty 

M-Dogg 20 – Ring of Honor star

Joe E. Legend

and many more



August 26th, National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, Dublin

August 27th, I.N.E.C., Killarney, Co. Kerry

August 28th, Royal Theatre, Castlebar, Co. Mayo

August 29th, West County Hotel, Ennis, Co. Clare

August 30th, Portloaise Retail Park, Co. Loise

August 31st, Ulster Hall, Belfast (Tickets:

All tickets (except Belfast) available from (Search "American Wrestling Rampage")




Ever since ISPW: The Return back in April, former WCW Superstar Crowbar keeps making mention to someone that he simply refers to as "He" and "Him." ISPW has just received a very creepy letter in the mail today that Crowbar will no doubt not be happy with. The following is the letter that was sent priority mail to ISPW’s offices this morning:




To cause to be different.

To give a completely different form or appearance to; transform.

To give and receive reciprocally; interchange.

To lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; switch.

To put a fresh covering on.

To become different or undergo alteration.

To undergo transformation or transition.

To go from one phase to another, as the moon or the seasons.

To put on other clothing:

To alternate with another person in performing a task.

To alter one’s approach or attitude.


Crowbar hasn’t followed through with any of the above.


Crowbar has the opportunity to win the ISPW World Heavyweight Championship at Summer Rumble in Freehold, NJ this Saturday night.


There is no way in the world I will let that happen.


The time of waiting is over. I have had enough.


Crowbar keeps refering to me as of late. Now he must meet his maker face to face.


Because this Saturday night in Freehold, NJ………..I’m COMING!





Click here to watch a video from ISPW: The Return DVD to hear Crowbar talk about "HIM":


Who exactly is this mystery man? It looks like our questions will be answered tomorrow night at Summer Rumble at the ISPW Arena in Freehold, NJ.


This Saturday evening, July 11th at the ISPW Arena (3-2 Count Athletic Training Facility) in Freehold, NJ, Independent Superstars of Professional Wrestling will crown a new ISPW World Heavyweight Champion. Following the shocking events which saw Danny Inferno win the ISPW Championship in a match he already announced would be his retirement match, ISPW owner Tommy Fierro let Inferno retire as champion. "My respect for Inferno knows no bounds," said Fierro, "and to let him retire with the title was the least I could do for someone who has given so much to this company." This chain of events has led up to the first ever 20 Participant Summer Rumble Match, which in turn will determine the new ISPW World Heavyweight Champion this Saturday night.

The Summer Rumble Match is simple enough. The same rules apply here as they do for WWE’s Royal Rumble. Every two-minutes a new entrant will enter the ring. A wrestler will be considered eliminated once they are thrown over the top rope and their feet hit the arena floor. The last man standing alone in the center of the ring will begin his reign as the new ISPW World Heavyweight Champion.


However, the rules have been greatly changed for the first two participants of this match. GM Nice announced he would randomly be picking the first two contestants for Summer Rumble. He has done so, and oddly enough, Nunzio’s name came out as entrant number one. This seems just a little too fishy to everyone here in ISPW as GM Nice has been trying to run Nunzio out of the company ever since the ISPW: The Return show back in April. We here at ISPW had a gut feeling that Nunzio would be one of the first two wrestlers picked once Nice made this announcement. Surely enough we were right and this comes as no surprise to both the ISPW wrestlers and fans.


What is a surprise though was that Judas Young was picked as entrant number two for Summer Rumble. Young has come inches away from winning the ISPW World Heavyweight Championship the past few events. Back in April, Josh Daniels came out and stole the title in an epic TLC match between Young and Inferno. Back on May 30th, Young had the match won several times only to be distracted by Sunny, who was in Daniels’ corner. Now Young is faced with the disadvantage of being one of the first two participants in Summer Rumble this Saturday.

If it’s not a big enough disadvantage to be one of the first two participants in such an important match like this, GM Nice has put a huge roadblock in front of both Nunzio and Young. Nice has announced that the first two entrants in the match will have to compete for fifteen minutes before entrant number three enters the match. Fifteen minutes! That’s a far stretch from the two minutes every other wrestler has to wait until another enters the ring. This is obviously a ploy by GM Nice to try and screw over Nunzio. However, Young is now thrown into Nice’s crossfires.


This announcement makes Summer Rumble even more interesting now, as both Nunzio and Young are two of the top fan favorites in ISPW. It’s a dream match for ISPW fans. The thought of these two great athletes competing for fifteen minutes to open up the Summer Rumble match gives us chills just thinking about it. While we here at ISPW certainly don’t agree with all of Nicholas Nice’s actions, we are very excited to be able to add Nunzio vs. Judas Young to the bill for this Saturday night’s card.


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