The Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation was a professional wrestling promotion based in Essex, Maryland from 1991 to 2004. Former employees in the MEWF consisted of professional wrestlers, managers, play-by-play and color commentators, announcers, interviewers and referees.

Alumni

Axl Rotten
Bam Bam Bigelow
Joey Matthews
Salvatore Sincere and Jim Neidhart
Sabu
Hollywood Nova
Tommy Cairo
Kid Kash
Adam Bomb
Duke Droese
Jim Duggan
Honky Tonk Man
The Blue Meanie
The Sandman
Rip Sawyer
Kamala
Danny Doring
Mr. Hughes
Jim Powers
Stevie Richards
Christian York
Tony Atlas
Billy Wiles
Greg Valentine
New Jack

Male wrestlers

Birth name: Ring name(s): Tenure: Notes
Mike Alegado King Kaluha 1995
1997
Lloyd Anoaʻi L.A. Smooth 1997 [1]
Matthew Anoaʻi Matty Smalls 1996–1997 [1][2][3][4]
Samula Anoaʻi Samu / Sammy Silk 1995–1997
1998
[5]
Ray Apollo Doink the Clown 1996–1997 [6][7]
Robert Backlund Bob Backlund 1997 [7]
Douglas Becker Adam Flash / Kabuki Kid / Tyler Martin 1992
1994–1997
2003
[8][9][10][11][12]
James Bednarski Scott Putski / Konnan 2000 1997 [1][13]
Quentin Bell Bubba Monroe 1991 [9]
Nicholas Berk Nick Berk 2001–2002 [14][15][16]
Retesh Bhalla Sonjay Dutt 2002 [17]
Scott Bigelow Bam Bam Bigelow 1996–1997 [18]
Adam Birch Joey Matthews 1996–1997
2003
[19][20][21][22]
William Perry Blake III Ricky Blues / Watsumi the Rising Sun 1991–1996
2000–2002
[23][14][8][9]
Tully Blanchard Tully Blanchard 1997 [2][24][25]
Tom Boric Paul Diamond / Kato / Max Moon 1993
1995
[26][27]
Matt Bowman Jimmy Cicero 1996–1997 [10][28][2]
Tom Brandi Johnny Gunn / Salvatore Sincere / Tom Brandi / The Patriot 1991
1993
1995–1998
2000
2002
[14][10][29]
Terry Brunk Sabu 1993
1997
[1][30]
Mike Bucci Super Nova / Hollywood Nova 1996–1997 [31][32]
Timothy Burke Lucifer / Lucifer the Knight of the Road / Slick 50 1991–1998
2000–2003
[17][14][9][33]
Tommy Cairo Tommy Cairo 1995 [34][35]
Chris Candido Chris Candido 1992–1993
1996–1997
[36][31][1][13]
R.J. Carrington Reggie Carrington / The Bruiser 1997
2004
[14][9][37][38]
Joseph Carter Joe Thunder 1992–1998
2001–2002
[14][9][10][39]
Tom Carter Reckless Youth 2003–2004 [40][19][41]
James Carullo Gino Caruso 1995
1997–1998
[42][43]
David Cash The Crow / David Jericho 1995
1997
[44][43]
Christopher Chetti Chris Chetti 2003
2004
[45]
Bryan Clark Adam Bomb 1995 [46]
Steve Corino Steve Corino 1996–1998 [8][12][28][47]
Anthony Cramasta Twiggy Ramirez 1997 [42][43]
John Czawlytko Maxx Muscle 2000 [48]
Christopher Davis Hurricane Kid 2000–2002 [8][29][15][41]
Harry Del Rios Spellbinder 1996 [28][49]
William DeMott Crash the Terminator 1995 [50][51]
David DiMeglio Dave Casanova / Dino Casanova 1991–1996
2000
2002–2003
[14][8][9][10][52]
Michael Droese Duke Droese 1996 [53]
James Duggan Jr. Jim Duggan 1995
2000
[54]
Anthony Durante Pitbull #2 1997 [14][2][42][18][55]
Michael Durham Johnny Grunge 1993 [26]
Ulualoaiga Emelio Cocoa Samoa 1996–1997 [3][4][2]
William Ensor Buddy Landel 1997 [1][56][57][58]
Wayne Farris Honky Tonk Man 1992
1998–1999
[14][41][59][60]
Solofa Fatu Jr. Fatu 1998 [5]
David Ferrier Jimmy Del Ray 1994 [61]
Mick Foley Cactus Jack 1994–1995 [62]
Christopher Ford Devon Storm 1995–1997 [10][1][63][64]
Nelson Frazier, Jr. Mabel 1996
1998
Mark Freer A.C. Golden / Golden Phoenix 1991–1993
1998
[14][59][65][66]
Jim Fullington The Sandman 1997
2002
[56][57][43][39]
Sidney Garrison Rip Sawyer 1991–1993 [9]
Derek Gatton Derek Wayne 2001–2003 [15][20][40]
Thomas Gilbert Jr. Eddie Gilbert 1992–1993 [59]
Glenn Gilbertti Disco Inferno 1997 [14][9][67][68]
Duane Gill Gillberg / Duane Gill / Executioner #1 / Pain 1991–1994
1998
2003
[19][65][69][70]
Danny Gimondo Inferno Kid 1995
1997
[2][1][30][13]
Barry Hardy Executioner #2 / Agony 1991
1998
[9][41][69][71]
James Harris Kamala 1994 [61]
Warren Harris 2-Dope 2003–2004 [9][72][73][41]
Charles Hart Earl the Pearl / Earl Hart / Private Pain / Dr. Pain / The Middlesex Mutant 1995–1997
2003
[8][9][51][28]
Donald Haviland Hack Meyers 1993
1995–1996
2001–2002
[10][39][36][74]
David Heath Vampire Warrior / Gangrel 1995
1997
2003
[35][37][73]
Michael Hegstrand Road Warrior Hawk 1994 [9][62]
Brian Heffron The Blue Meanie / Da Blue Guy / Bluedust / Brian Rollins 1995–1997 [28][31][1][75]
Mark Hildreth Van Hammer 2000
2003
[48][19]
Randy Hill Steve Camry / The Natural 2000–2002 [29][76][15][77]
Barry Horowitz Barry Horowitz 2002 [10][78]
Brian Howser Shane Shamrock 1994–1997 [8][42][79]
Curtis Hughes Mr. Hughes 1993
1995
[26]
Frank Huguelet Rick Savage 1993 [80][81]
Chris Jackson Cueball Carmichael 1996–1997 [28][56][82][57]
Fredrick Jannetty Marty Jannetty 1995 [83]
Jimmy Jannetty Jimmy Jannetty 1992–1998 [8][84][66][41]
Michael Jones Virgil 1995–1996 [6][85]
Michael Kehner Kid America 1998 [69][5]
Jake Kemmerer Bad Crew #1 / Dog 1995–1998 [9][1][66][41]
John Kereczman John Rambo 1997 [13]
Ronald Knight Jason Knight 1996–1997 [4][2][24]
Brian Knighton Axl Rotten 1991–1997 [14][9][26][86]
Tommy Lapeer Death Dealer 2000 [76]
Tom Laughlin Tommy Dreamer 1992–1993 [26]
Edward Leslie Brutus Beefcake 1994–1996 [62][44]
Scott Levy Raven / Johnny Polo / Scotty Flamingo 1994–1997 [10][75][87][88]
Phil Livelsberger Max Thrasher 1991–1994
2000–2002
[14][10][9][17]
Michael Lockwood Crash Holly 2003 [40][12][19][89]
Mark LoMonaco The Terminator 1993 [90]
Joseph Magliano Joey Maggs 1997 [10][43][91]
James Manley Jim Powers 1995–1996 [64][6]
Michael Manna Stevie Richards / Big Stevie Cool 1996–1997 [14][31][75][92]
Michael Maraldo Ace Darling 1997 [7]
Claude Marrow Ruckus 2000–2001 [14][8][10][29][93]
Pablo Marquez Pablo Marquez 1996–1997 [31][32][94]
Troy Martin Shane Douglas 1995–1996
Tony Matteo Tony Stetson 1993 [26]
Dan McDevitt Corporal Punishment / The Comet / The Ultimate Comet 1993–1997 [14][9][10][28]
Jack McDonald Big Slam Vader 1996
Michael Mendonca Harley Lewis 1997–1998 [7][41]
Butch Miller Bushwhacker Butch 1995
Jeff Miller The Metal Maniac 1995–1998 [95][82][51]
Leroy Miller DOA 2000 [14][96]
Daniel Morrison Danny Doring 2003–2004 [37][14][97]
Ricky Morton Ricky Morton 1997 [43]
William Myers George Steele 1997–1998 [7][18]
Jim Neidhart Jim Neidhart 1995–1996 [14][51][98][99]
Paul Olsek, Jr. Bad Crew #2 / Rose 1995–1998 [9][1][66][41]
Matt Osborne Doink the Clown 1994
Glen Osbourne Glen Osbourne 1995–1996
1998
2000
[14][9][28]
Fred Ottman Typhoon 1995 [35]
Chris Pallies King Kong Bundy 1995–1997 [7][46][82][18]
Oreal Perras Ivan Koloff 1992
Josip Peruzović Nikolai Volkoff 1992–1998 [44][18][69][100]
A.J. Petrucci A.J. Fritzoid / A.J. Petrucci / Darkside Demon #1 1991–1993
1997–1998
[95][82][101][69]
Ted Petty Rocco Rock / The Cheetah Kid 1993
1997
[26][43]
Al Poling Sledgehammer McGill / 911 1993
1997
[90][43]
Tom Prichard Tom Prichard 1994 [61]
Jamin Pugh Jay Briscoe 2003 [19]
Jonathan Rechner Balls Mahoney / Boo Bradley / Abuddah Singh 1996–1997 [10][28][13][102]
James Reiher Jimmy Snuka 1993
1995–1998
[103][5][104]
Billy Reil Billy Reil 1998
Sylvester Ritter Junkyard Dog 1993 [26][105]
Glen Ruth Headbanger Thrasher / Spider 1992
1996–1997
2003
[9][28][19][80]
Charles Scaggs Too Cold Scorpio 1994–1995 [106][51]
Mark Shrader Mark Shrader / Mark Schrader / Joe College 1993–1997 [26][14][8][28]
Joseph Scarpa Jr. Vince Young 1993
Peter Senerchia The Tazmaniac 1993 [26]
Dan Severn Dan Severn 1995 [34]
Mike Sharpe, Jr. Iron Mike Sharpe 1992–1993
1996–1997
[7][6][18][107]
Mike Shaw Bastion Booger 1995 [35]
Chad Slivenski Chad Austin / Chad Bowman / Pat Patterson Jr. 1993–1998
2002–2004
[14][8][10][9][41]
Aurelian Smith Jr. Jake Roberts 1993
1997
[26][7][43][105]
Eugene Snisky Darkside Demon #2 1997–1998 [65][101][108]
Merced Solis Tito Santana 1996
Lester Speight Rasta the Voodoo Man 1992–1993 [81]
Jason Spence Christian York 1997
2003
[40][22][19][109]
Robert Starr Bob Starr / The Russian Assassin 1991–2002 [14][9][10][38][23]
Kevin Sullivan Kevin Sullivan 1993 [26]
Terry Szopinski The Warlord 1994 [62]
Patrick Tanaka Pat Tanaka 1993 [26]
John Tenta Golga 1998
Sione Vailahi The Barbarian 1995
Hossein Vaziri The Iron Sheik 1995–1996 [51][110]
Kevin Wacholz Nailz 1994 [106]
Sean Waltman The Lightning Kid 1992–1993 [8][84][23][111]
Charles Warrington Headbanger Mosh 1996–1997 [9][28][112]
Morgus Watson Morgus the Maniac 1991–1996
1998
2000–2002
[14][10][39][41]
Johnny Weiss Johnny Hotbody 1993 [26]
Lawrence Whistler Larry Zbyszko 2002 [15]
Anthony White Tony Atlas 1996
Brian Wickens Bushwhacker Luke 1995
Billy Wiles Bill Wiles 1996 [98][28][49]
Chuck Williams Rockin' Rebel 1995–1997 [9][28][113]
John Williams Ian Rotten 1993 [26][90]
Darren Wise Darren Wyse 1998 [101]
Jonathan Wisniski Greg Valentine 1993–1996
1998
[26][51][105]
Brian Wohl Julio Sanchez 1996–1997 [114]
Gary Wolfe Pitbull #1 1997 [7][2][108]
Jerome Young New Jack 1997 [2][1][56][57]
Unknown Adrian Chambers / Aidan Chambers / Aden Chambers 2003–2004 [40]
Unknown Adrian Hall 1991–1993
1995
1997
[8][9][42][80]
Unknown Agent Orange 1992–1993
1998
2000–2002
[14][29][69][39]
Unknown Alex Lunar / Lunar 2001–2004 [40][9][115][37]
Unknown The American Ninja 1993
1995
[26][44]
Unknown Andrew Ryker 2001–2004 [14][40][116][117]
Unknown The Bonzai Warrior 1995 [83]
Unknown Bad Billy Bratt 1994–1995 [106][62][103]
Unknown Blood 2000–2002 [96][76][15][118]
Unknown Bodacious Pretty Boy / El Loco Uno 1995–1998 [2][1][65][30]
Unknown Christopher Annino aka Rescue 911 2004 [38]
Unknown The Booty Man / The Bootie Man 1996 [98]
Unknown Brett Tyler 1993 [90]
Unknown Brock Singleton 2003 [37][38][73]
Unknown Buck Child / Buckchyld 2002–2004 [9][20][37][38]
Unknown Bulldozer Benton 1993–1995 [9][106][44][103]
Unknown Buster Maccabi 2001–2002 [118][15]
Unknown Buzz Stryker 2000–2003 [14][10][29][39][37]
Unknown Carnage 2001 [66]
Unknown The Cat Burglar 1994–1998
2000–2002
[14][8][10][9][41]
Unknown C.C. Danger 1993 [10][84][23]
Unknown Chef D.Z. Gillespie 1998 [69]
Unknown Chicken Neck 1994–1995 [62][119]
Unknown Clubber Lang / Ralph Soto 1996 [120]
Unknown Colossal Kong 1993–1994 [61][106]
Unknown Cowboy Cody Daniels 1998 [65][69]
Unknown Damien Kane 1995–1996 [98][28][49]
Unknown Damian Stone 1995 [50]
Unknown Danny Rose 1996
1998
[14][4][69][121]
Unknown Dave Zanwich / Knuckles Zanwich 1995–1997
2002
[14][10][15][28]
Unknown Derek Domino 1997–1998 [7][41]
Unknown Derek Frazier 2001–2002 [40][15][39]
Unknown Dino Devine 2003–2004 [9]
Unknown The Dirty Dog 1997 [2][1][24]
Unknown Doug Delicious 2003 [10]
Unknown D.P. Ferguson 1995 [103]
Unknown Drew Pain 2001–2002 [14][10][17][39]
Unknown Eagle 2001–2004 [9][20][39][37]
Unknown Ed the Razor 1993 [36]
Unknown Eddie Chambers 2003 [40][37]
Unknown Flexx Wheeler 1998–2000 [8][65][101]
Unknown Forty Ounce Ferguson 1997 [82]
Unknown Freak Show 2000 [76]
Unknown G-Dawg 2002–2004 [9][20][37][38]
Unknown Genesis 2003–2004 [37][38]
Unknown Ham 2004 [38]
Unknown Jack Adonis 1997 [82]
Unknown Jackhammer Benton 1995 [51]
Unknown Jay Sledge 1993 [90]
Unknown Jeff Rocker 2002 [15]
Unknown Jim Christian 2000–2001 [9][10][66]
Unknown Johnny Blaze 1992–1993 [80][81]
Unknown Johnny Desire / Imposter Earl The Pearl 1996–1997 [31][2][95][82]
Unknown Johnny Graham 1995 [103]
Unknown Johnny Handsome 1995 [9][41]
Unknown Johnny Paradise 1993–1994
1996–1997
[62]
Unknown Johnny Taylor 1994–1997 [28][82]
Unknown Jonathan Luvstruck 1998 [65][101]
Unknown J.R. Willet 1994–1995 [9][103]
Unknown Ken Basta 1994–1995 [62][44]
Unknown Kenshiro 2000–2002 [118][15]
Unknown Kirk Dredd 1992 [81]
Unknown L.A. Royale 1997 [82]
Unknown Mad Dog O'Malley 1993–1997
2000–2002
[14][9][1][17][41][118]
Unknown Mark Osborne 1993 [23]
Unknown Mike Khoury / Michael Sweet 1993–1996 [9][10][41][6]
Unknown Mike Parker 1993 [90]
Unknown Mr. Destiny 1994–1995
1998
2000–2001
[62][69][96][76]
Unknown Nick Tarentino 1991–1993 [8][9][23]
Unknown Nick "The Constrictor" Oxendine 2000 [96][76]
Unknown The Ninja Warrior 1998 [69]
Unknown Odessa Royale 1997 [82]
Unknown O'Dog 2000 [96]
Unknown Otto Schtark 1997
2000
2002
[10][82][17]
Unknown Patch 2000 [14][96]
Unknown Pico Sanchez 2002–2003 [20]
Unknown Pinky the Flamingo Kid / Pinky Flamingo 1995
1997–1998
[1][30][65][101]
Unknown The Pitfighter 1997–1998 [66]
Unknown Psycho Gangsta 2001 [118][66]
Unknown Qenaan Creed 2003–2004 [37][40][10][19]
Unknown Quinn Nash 1992–1997 [8][9][10][23]
Unknown Ramblin' Rich / Rich Myers / Rich Carlisle 1991–1998
2003
[8][9][20][66]
Unknown Rayne 2000–2002 [118][14][76][39]
Unknown Reggie Royce 1993 [23]
Unknown Ricky Lane / Ricki Lane 1992–1993
1995
[9][84][103][23]
Unknown Rob Noxious 1995 [103]
Unknown Romeo Valentino 1992–1996
2000
2003–2004
[14][10][37][12]
Unknown Sean Patrick / Shawn Patrick 2003–2004 [10][37][122]
Unknown Sebastian Coverdale / Madman Sam 2001–2003 [118][123]
Unknown Shane Golden 2000 [96]
Unknown Sideswype 2003–2004 [9][37][73][72]
Unknown Smokey Myavia 1999–2000 [10][96][124]
Unknown The Somalian Warrior 1993 [23]
Unknown Sonny Black 1997 [82]
Unknown Spaz 1998 [65][101]
Unknown Steve McMillan 1995 [83][44]
Unknown Stevie Riggs 2001–2002 [10][118][15][66]
Unknown Suicide 2002–2004 [9][39][37][38]
Unknown Sweet Daddy Jay Love 1998 [65]
Unknown Sweet Georgie Love / George Anthony 1998 [65]
Unknown Switchblade 1997–1998 [66][65][101]
Unknown Tai Smiley / Tay Smiley 2002 [39]
Unknown T-Bone 1993 [23]
Unknown T-Bone Strong 1993 [107][90][105]
Unknown Thomas Rodman 1996–1997 [4][2]
Unknown Tommy Hawk / Slash 1997–1998
2000–2001
[66][65][101][118]
Unknown Tommy Lee Manson 1993 [26]
Unknown Tony Hightower 2000 [96][48]
Unknown Travis D 2002 [17]
Unknown Travis Finity 2003–2004 [20]
Unknown Trent Young 1993
1997
[26][23][82]
Unknown Venom 1997 [43]
Unknown Whiplash 2000 [96][76]
Unknown The Wolfman 1993–1994 [36][61]
Unknown World's Greatest Wrestling Clown 1995 [103]
Unknown Yet Another Wrestling Clown 1995
1997
[18][51]
Unknown Zoltar the Wolfman 1992–1993 [80][23]

Female wrestlers

Alundra Blayze
Fantasia
Birth name: Ring name(s): Tenure: Notes
Malia Hosaka Malia Hosaka 1995–1998 [7][18][125]
Mickie James Alexis Laree 2003
Peggy Lee Peggy Lee Leather 1995 [126]
Debra Lewandowski Madusa 1993 [105]
Selina Majors Bambi 1995 [126]
Heidi Lee Morgan Heidi Lee Morgan 1992 [59]
Karen Simpson Fantasia / Karen Simpson 1994–1995
1997
[7][62][18][127]
Debbie Szostecki Debbie Combs 1998
Gertrude Vachon Luna Vachon 1995 [103]
Unknown Blaze 1997 [125]
Unknown The Cycle Queen 1994 [62]
Unknown Nasty Angel 1993–1994 [105]
Unknown Rusty "The Fox" Thomas 1992 [59]

Midget wrestlers

Haiti Kid
Birth name: Ring name(s): Tenure: Notes
Steve Eisenhower Butch Cassidy 1992 [59]
Claude Giroux Dink 1994
1997
[62][7]
Raymond Kessler The Haiti Kid 1992 [59]
Louis Waterhouse Jr. Little Louie 1995–1997 [126][18]
Unknown King Sleazy 1995
1997
[126][18]
Unknown The Leprechaun / The Irish Leprechaun 1994 [62]
Unknown Little Hercules 1993
1997
[7][105]
Unknown Little Ninja 1994 [62]
Unknown Mighty Doom 1993 [105]

Stables and tag teams

Tag team/Stable(s) Members Tenure(s)
The American Idols 2002
2003–2004
The American Nightmares Ham and Bone 2004
The Bad Breed Axl Rotten and Ian Rotten 1993
The Bad Crew Dog and Rose 1995–1998
The Bad Street Boys Joey Matthews and Christian York 1997
Badd Company Pat Tanaka and Paul Diamond 1993
BET Derick Delight and Eric Envy 2003
The Big Dogs Steve McMillan and Mad Dog O'Malley 1995
Black & Blue Flexx Wheeler and Ricky Blues 1999
The Blue World Order Big Stevie Cool, Da Blue Guy and Hollywood Nova 1997
Brand X G-Dawg and Buckchyld 2003–2004
The Bushwhackers Bushwhacker Butch and Bushwhacker Luke 1995
Camp Candie The Bruiser and Suicide 2003–2004
Chain Gang Spaz and Slash 1998
The Cracker Express Sandy Saltine, Richie Ritz, Sunshine, Krispy and Nabisco Dimico 2003–2004
Cream Team Dino Casanova and Rip Sawyer 1991–1992
Darkside Glen Osbourne and Rockin' Rebel 1996
The Darkside Demons Darkside Demon #1 and Darkside Demon #2 1997–1998
Dog Pound Odessa Royale and L.A. Royale 1997
The Executioners Executioner #1 and Executioner #2 1998
The Extremists Devon Storm and Ace Darling 1997
The Family Corporal Punishment, Axl Rotten and The Headbangers 1996
The Freak Show Blood and Carnage 2000–2001
The Ghetto Mafia 2-Dope and Sideswype 2003–2004
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly 2000
The Goodfellows Dino Casanova and Romeo Valentino 1993–1995
2000
The Headshrinkers Fatu and Samu 1998
The Knights of the Road Lucifer and Switchblade 1998
Leather & Lace Rich Carlisle and Adrian Hall 1992–1995
The Lords of Darkness Pain and Agony 1991–1992
Los Tres Amigos Slick 50, Pico Sanchez and Swaniaki 2003
The Love Connection Sweet Daddy Jay Love and Sweet Georgie Love 1998
The Headbangers Headbanger Mosh and Headbanger Thrasher 1996–1997
The Hollywood Hunks Lucifer and Bob Starr 1994
2000–2001
Hollywood Inc. Bob Starr, Brock Singleton and Genesis 2003–2004
The Holy Rollers Earl the Pearl and Rich Meyers 2003
The KPA Joe Thunder and Steve Camry 2002
The Malaysian Militia Kabuki Kid and The Bonzai Warrior 1994
Marvelous Inc. Jimmy Jannetty and Rich Myers 1998
Mason Dixon J.R. Willet and Bulldozer Benton 1995
Menace 2 Society Adam Flash, Romeo Valentino and Quinn Nash 1996
The Misfits Harley Lewis and Derek Domino 1997–1998
Models Inc. Michael Sweet and Johnny Handsome 1995
The Outrageous Ones Riki Lane and Quinn Nash 1993–1994
The Pitbulls Pitbull #1 and Pitbull #2 1997
The Samoan Gangsta Tribe Matty Smalls and Coco Samoa 1996
The Samoan Gangsta Tribe Matty Smalls and L.A. Smooth 1997
The Shooters Bob Starr, Joe Thunder, Mad Dog O'Malley, Barry Casino and Stud Lee Osborne 1998
Simply Delusional Alex Lunar and Eagle 2003–2004
The Slackers Chad Bowman and Dino Devine 2003–2004
Sonic Express Ricky Blues and Nick Tarantino 1992–1993
The Sons of Satan Son of Satan I and Son of Satan II 1994
Southern Destruction Southern Destruction I and Southern Destruction II 1993
Stud Lee's Stable Corporal Punishment, Chad Austin and Gen. Stud Lee 1995
Sweet and Sour Rob Knoxious and Johnny Graham 1995
Team Punishment Corporal Punishment, Derek Wayne and Buzz Stryker 2003
The Tokyo Terrors Kenshiro and Watsumi 2000–2002
The Underground Sebastian Coverdale, Alex Lunar, Gothic and Demonica 2003
Yet Another Pair Of Wrestling Clowns Wrestling Clown #1 and Wrestling Clown #2 1995

Managers and valets

Dawn Psaltis
Ivan Koloff
Damien Kane (left) and Lady Alexandria
Damien Kane (left) and Lady Alexandria
Birth name: Ring name(s): Tenure: Notes
Tom Cusati Royce C. Prophet 1995–1997 [53][28][1][30]
Lou D'Angeli Sign Guy Dudley 1995 [51]
Nathaniel Forgotson Platinum Nat Forge 1997 [82][128]
Melissa Hiatt Missy Hyatt 1997
1999
[1][30][13]
Robin Hunt Hunter Q. Robbins III 1998 [65][101]
Jeff Jones Judge Jeff Jones 1995–1996 [28][49]
Carl Murray Dr. Blasphemy 2003–2004
Oreal Perras Ivan Koloff 1997 [125]
Dawn Psaltis Dawn Marie 1997 [56][42][82]
Unknown Al Bino 1997 [82]
Unknown Angela 2002–2004
Unknown Barry Casino 1998 [65][101][69]
Unknown Brittany Bosoms 1996–1997 [28][4][13]
Unknown Candie 2002–2003 [38]
Unknown Demonica 2003
Unknown Destiny 1998 [65][101]
Unknown Ginger Lynn Lucas 1996–1997 [2][1][42]
Unknown Hurricane Kelly 1995 [51]
Unknown Isis 1995–1998 [1][95][69]
Unknown Joe Cool 1995 [50][126][46]
Unknown Kayla 2004
Unknown Lady Alexandria 1996 [98][28]
Unknown Lady Jenna 2000 [76]
Unknown Lana 2004
Unknown Medic Maurice / Orderly Maurice 1995
1998
2000
[126][69][76][51]
Unknown Miss Courtney 1997 [1]
Unknown Miss Patricia 1997 [31][2][1][13]
Unknown "Marvelous" Mitzi Million 1998 [65][69]
Unknown Naughty Nichole 2003–2004
Unknown Nikita Brezhnikoff 1997–1998
2000
[18][69][96]
Unknown Nurse Grace 1995
1998
2000
[126][65][69][76][51]
Unknown Sambucca 2000 [96][76][48]
Unknown Sasha 2003
Unknown Simply Lucious 2004
Mark Osborne Gen. Stud Lee / Gen. / Stud Lee Osborne 1995–1996

Commentators and interviewers

Joel Gertner
Birth name: Ring name(s): Tenure: Notes
Joel Gertner Joel Gertner 1997 Ring announcer[1][2]
Unknown Al Albert 1996–1997 Ring announcer[1][2][42]
Unknown Handsome Howard Goldman 2000 Ring announcer
Unknown Kevin Carson 1997 [125]
Unknown Ron Young 1996 [28]
Unknown Stud Lee / Stud Lee Osborne 1995–1996 [28][50][125]
Unknown Vinnie Gambini 1997 Ring announcer[82]

Referees

Birth name: Ring name(s): Tenure: Notes
Earl Hart Earl Hart 1997
Jeff Jones Judge Jeff Jones 1992–1995 [129]
Tonya Stevens Tonya Stevens 1998
2000
[48][130]
Unknown Barry Roberts 1998–1999
Unknown Dave the Wave 1995–1999 [28]
Unknown Howard Goldman / Rick Reed / Peter North 1996–1997
Unknown Mike Lehner 1996
Unknown Scott Stater 1998–2000

Other personnel

Birth name: Ring name(s): Tenure: Notes
Jeff Amdur Jeff Amdur 1995–1998 Timekeeper[76][96]
Donna Burke Donna Burke 2002–2004 Promoter[131]
Tim Burke Tim Burke 1991–2002 Promoter[131]
Randy Hill Randy Hill 2000 Promoter
MEWF Commissioner[77][96]
Dennis Wippercht Dennis Wippercht 1991–2002 Promoter
Unknown Michael Murphy 2003–2004 MEWF Commissioner
Unknown Tom Kanaras 1996 MEWF Commissioner[2][28]
Notes
^ Indicates they are deceased.
^ Indicates they died while they were employed with the Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation.
MCW ^ Indicates they were part of a talent exchange with Maryland Championship Wrestling.

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