Northeast Wrestling
AcronymNEW
FoundedDecember 9, 1995
StyleAmerican Wrestling
HeadquartersNewburgh, New York, United States
Founder(s)Michael Lombardi
FormerlyNWA Northeast (1996-2000)
WebsiteOfficial Website

Northeast Wrestling (NEW) is an independent professional wrestling promotion based in the Northeastern United States and has promoted events since 1996. It is currently owned and operated by promoter Mike Lombardi and is one of the top independent wrestling promotions in the Northeast.[citation needed]

Championships

Active Titles

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days
held
Location Notes Ref.
NEW Heavyweight Championship
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Dan Maff 1 January 25, 2020 924 Waterbury, CT Defeated Darby Allin at Over the Top. [1]
NEW Live Championship
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J. T. Dunn 1 April 23, 2022 105 Danbury, CT Defeated previous champion Hale Collins, Channing Thomas, Chris Battle and Wrecking Ball Legursky in a five-way match at Spring Slam. [2]
NEW Tag Team Championship Waves and Curls
(Traevon Jordan and Jaylen Brandyn)
1 February 19, 2022 168 Bethany, CT Defeated Club Cam (Cam Zagami and Antonio Zambrano) at The Future is Now. [3]

Former Championships

Championship Date of entry First champion(s) Date retired Last champion(s) Years active
NWA Northeast Junior Heavyweight Championship
NEW Light Heavyweight Championship
December 12, 1995 Johnny Handsome 2000 Mike Quackenbush 5
NWA Northeast Television Championship February 1998 John Diamond July 9, 1999 Juan Xaviar 1
NEW United States Championship - Brother Devon - - -

[4][5]

Other accomplishments

Accomplishment Latest winner(s) Date won Location Notes
King of Bethany Brian Anthony Dec. 17, 2017 Bethany, Connecticut [6]

NEW Tag Team Championship

NEW Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionNortheast Wrestling
Date establishedNovember 1, 2014
Current champion(s)Waves and Curls
(Traevon Jordan and Jaylen Brandyn)
Date wonFebruary 19, 2022

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 The Dredded Dead
(Justin Dredd and Rob Zombie)
November 1, 2014 Army of One Bethany, CT 1 160 Justin Dredd and Rob Zombie defeated The Battle Brothers (Anthony Battle and Chris Battle) and The Arrogation (Dan The Man and Vladimir Joseph) in a three-way match to become the inaugural champions. During their reign, Justin was also recognized as Bull Dredd [7]
2 The Battle Brothers
(Anthony Battle and Chris Battle)
April 10, 2015 The Future is Now Danbury, CT 1 183 This was a no disqualification match. [8]
3 Team Friendship
(Mark Shurman and Scotty Slade)
October 10, 2015 The Hunt For Gold October Bethany, CT 1 210 [9]
4 Frankie Arion and Vinny Marseglia May 7, 2016 Zombie's Last Stand Waterbury, CT 1 35 [10]
5 So Over
(Jimmy Preston and Mark Shurman (2))
June 11, 2016 The Big Bethany Bash Bethany, CT 1 281 [11]
6 The Battle Brothers
(Anthony Battle and Chris Battle)
March 19, 2017 Kingdom In Chaos Waterbury, CT 2 68 This was a four-way elimination match also involving Adrenaline Rush (Keith Youngblood & Daniel Evans) and NOW (Hale Collins & Vik Dalishus) [12]
7 NOW
(Hale Collins and Vik Dalishus)
May 26, 2017 Spring Slam Tour: Newburgh Newburgh, NY 1 113 This was a steel cage match [13]
8 The Kingdom
(T. K. O'Ryan and Vinny Marseglia (2))
September 16, 2017 Destiny Bethany, CT 1 76 [14]
9 Adrenaline Rush
(Daniel Evans and Keith Youngblood)
December 1, 2017 Holiday Havoc Waterbury, CT 1 91 This was a three-way ladder match also involving NOW (Hale Collins & Vik Dalishus) [15]
10 Cam Zagami and Robbie E March 2, 2018 Wrestlefest XXII Waterbury, CT 1 162 [16]
11 Adrenaline Rush
(Daniel Evans and Keith Youngblood)
August 11, 2018 Heat Wave Bethany, CT 2 70 This was a Texas tornado match. [17]
12 The Royal Court
(Anthony Battle (3), Brian Anthony and Daniel Evans (3))
October 20, 2018 Destiny Bethany, CT 1 188 Initially, Anthony Battle and Brian Anthony defeated Daniel Evans and Keith Youngblood to win the titles. However, Evans is somehow recognized as a champion with Battle and Anthony by the freebird rule. His reign is recognized to have been started the same day he lost the titles alongside Evans. [18]
13 Jerry Lawler and Keith Youngblood (3) April 26, 2019 Wrestlefest XXIII Danbury, CT 1 113 [19]
14 The Royal Court
(Brian Anthony (2) and Daniel Evans (4))
August 17, 2019 Under the Stars Tour: Norwich Norwich, CT 1 7 [20]
15 InZanely Rude
(Zane Bernardo and RJ Rude)
August 24, 2019 Heat Wave Bethany, CT 1 693 [21]
16 Club Cam
(Antonio Zambrano and Cam Zagami)
July 17, 2021 Heat Wave Waterbury, CT 1 217 [22]
17 Waves and Curls
(Traevon Jordan and Jaylen Brandyn)
February 19, 2022 The Future Is Now Bethany, CT 1 168+ [3]

Combined reigns

Indicates the current champions
<1 The reign is shorter than one day.
¤ The exact length of the title is unknown

By team

Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 InZanely Rude
(Zane Bernardo and RJ Rude)
1 693
2 So Over
(Jimmy Preston and Mark Shurman)
1 281
3 Club Cam
(Antonio Zambrano and Cam Zagami)
1 217
4 The Royal Court
(Anthony Battle, Bryan Anthony and Daniel Evans)
1 188
5 Cam Zagani and Robbie E 1 162
6 Adrenaline Rush
(Daniel Evans and Keith Youngblood)
2 161
7 The Dredded Dead
(Justin Dredd and Rob Zombie)
1 160
8 Waves and Curls
(Traevon Jordan and Jaylen Brandyn)
1 168+
9 Jerry Lawler and Keith Youngblood 1 113
10 NOW
(Hale Collins and Vik Dalishus)
1 113
11 The Kingdom
(T. K. O'Ryan and Vinny Marseglia)
1 76
12 The Battle Brothers
(Anthony Battle and Chris Battle)
2 68¤
13 Frankie Arion and Vinny Marseglia 1 35
14 The Royal Court
(Brian Anthony and Daniel Evans)
1 7
15 Team Friendship
(Mark Shurman and Scotty Slade)
1 N/A¤

By wrestler

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Zane Bernardo 1 693
RJ Rude
3 Cam Zagani 2 379
4 Daniel Evans 4 356
5 Mark Shurman 2 281¤
6 Jimmy Preston 1 281
7 Keith Youngblood 3 274
8 Anthony Battle 3 256¤
9 Antonio Zambrano 1 217
10 Bryan Anthony 2 195
11 Robbie E 1 162
12 Justin Dredd 1 160
Rob Zombie 1 160
14 Jaylen Brandyn † 1 168+
Traevon Jordan† 1 168+
16 Jerry Lawler 1 113
Hale Collins
Vik Dalishus
19 Vinny Marseglia 2 111
20 T. K. O'Ryan 1 76
21 Chris Battle 2 68¤
22 Frankie Arion 1 35
23 Scotty Slade 1 N/A¤

NEW Live Championship

NEW Live Championship[23]
Details
PromotionNortheast Wrestling
Date establishedDecember 21, 2019
Current champion(s)J. T. Dunn
Date wonApril 23, 2022

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Christian Casanova December 21, 2019 Holiday Havoc Bethany, CT 1 430 Defeated J. T. Dunn and Keith Youngblood in a triple threat match to become inaugural Champion. [24]
2 Brad Hollister February 23, 2021 Studio Wars Bethany, CT 1 123 This was a two out of three falls match. [25]
3 Keith Youngblood June 26, 2021 Resurgence Waterbury, CT 1 112 [26]
4 Mike Verna October 16, 2021 Destiny Bethany, CT 1 98 [27]
5 Hale Collins January 22, 2022 Wrestlefest XXVI Poughkeepsie, NY 1 91 [28]
6 J. T. Dunn April 23, 2022 Spring Slam Danbury, CT 1 105+ This was a five-way match, also involving Channing Thomas, Chris Battle and Wrecking Ball Legursky. [2]

Alumni

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