ECPW Returns to Binghamton TOMORROW NIGHT
ECPW Presents: Fight 2 Control Wrestling by Ian Daddybones
Most independent wrestling organizations that come to Binghamton usually have to rely on “outside talent” when it comes to packing the American Legion Post 80 (76 Main Street Binghamton). Not ECPW. When East Coast Professional Wrestling returns to Binghamton on Friday March 12, they won’t have to rely on former famous names. Instead the show picks up where we left off in Cortland NY when ECPW Commissioner Keith Zimmer was revealed to be the puppet master of the Enterprise and took advantage of being the guest referee by double crossing Anarchy in his match against ECPW Empire State Champion IB Green. Zimmer made it very clear that he was given the keys to the castle by ECPW Owner Gino Caruso and intends to infect and destroy the territory from within. Anarchy, a Tioga-County resident is no stranger to Binghamton wrestling fans, and not only has he challenged IB Green to an I Quit Match but he’ll do anything to get a piece of Keith Zimmer that night.
The feud between ECPW 607 Champion Little Daddy C and Binghamton native “The Hybrid” Sean Carr never stops, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to anytime soon. Carr, a BCC graduate has stated on Binghamton’s Original Geeks Podcast that he hasn’t forgot about being attacked by Little Daddy C after he won a #1 Contenders Battle Royal back in September and plans on taking that 607 Championship from Little Daddy C. The two met in a vicious un sanctioned street fight that was held in Cortland however the title was not on the line. Will Sean finally win the title and squash this beef with Little Daddy C?
In what is looking to be one of the most anticipated matches of the evening is the Casket Match between Kage and Big Poppa Chill. Kage, a local worker for the city of Binghamton is a former ECPW Empire State Champion and has put a hit out on all members of the Enterprise and plans on starting with Big Poppa Chill by locking him inside an airtight steel coffin. If he’s successful he’ll earn a shot at the ECPW Empire State Championship. If he’s not and Big Poppa Chill is victorious then Kage will be FIRED from ECPW Empire State.
After suffering an embarrassing first defeat, Mark Kreiger and his brick wall backup Super Bad are on a mission to destroy the students of the 607 Pro Wrestling Academy (43 Hall St in Binghamton). Local native Axel Lennox & ND Renegade answered the call and challenged the duo to a tag match. The arrogant and always cocky Kreiger laughed at this and told the students to find one more guy and make this a 3 on 2 handicapped match. The Rainbow Warrior was chosen to represent as he is still looking for revenge following a recent post match attack from Superbad and Kreiger. Aiding the trio will be Glen Post, pro wrestling’s first manager to be in a wheelchair.
All this action and more including a Battle Royal feat the debut of Kurse Johnny (from Binghamton NY by way of London England) and live music by New Scarred Theory at intermission!! The show takes place Friday March 12th 2010 @ the American Legion Post 80 (76 Main Street Binghamton). The doors open @ 7PM and the bell time is 7:30 PM. Advance tickets are $12, and $15 at the door. Tickets are available at American Legion Post 80 (607-722-2785), Laurel Bowl (607-723-8344), House of Reardon (607-722-9674), My Uncles Place (607-722-5242), and Tom’s Texas Hots (607-771-4687). For more information go to http://www.ecpw1.com