ECW Show Information


It was one of the most creative enterprises in wrestling history. Eastern Championship Wrestling went Extreme in the '90s and captured the eyes of the wrestling world, becoming one of the "Big 3", and still hasn't been forgotten even today. This is why I've decided to put together this database of the biggest ECW shows from the years of its existence. Now, to clarify, if you're looking for a comprehensive listing of Arena shows and TV tapings, I suggest you go to www.prowrestlinghistory.com, who has one of the best ECW information collections out there. But if you're just looking for some good shows, or maybe trying to figure out who a certain wrestler was, then you've come to the right place.


1992-1993
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ECW World Heavyweight Title
ECW FTW World Heavyweight Title
ECW World Tag-Team Title
ECW World Television Title


ECW Market Street Mayhem
February 25th, 1992

- Steve Richards fought to a 20-minute Draw with Jimmy Jannetty
- Glenn Osbourne defeated Crybaby Waldo

- The Super Destroyer #1 defeated Michael Bruno

- Tony Stetson defeated Ivan Koloff

- Jeff Royal defeated Max Thrasher

- Johnny Hotbody & Larry Winters fought to a Double Disqualification with DC Drake & JT Smith


ECW Tag-Team Title Tournament
June 23rd, 1992

Semi-Finals

- Glenn Osbourne & Max Thrasher defeated the Flames

- The Super Destroyers defeated Jimmy Jannetty & JT Smith

Finals

- The Super Destroyers defeated Glenn Osbourne & Max Thrasher


ECW Television Title Tournament
March 12th, 1993

Quarter-Finals

- Tommy Cairo won, via DQ, over Sammy Bellomo

- Jimmy Snuka defeated Larry Winters

- Glenn Osbourne defeated Johnny Hotbody

- Eddie Gilbert defeated JT Smith

Semi-Finals

- Jimmy Snuka defeated Tommy Cairo

- Glenn Osbourne defeated Eddie Gilbert

Finals

- Jimmy Snuka defeated Glenn Osbourne


ECW Super Summer Sizzler
June 19th, 1993

- Herve Rinesto fought to a No-Contest with Don E. Allen

- Jimmy Snuka retained the ECW Television Title, defeating JT Smith

- Tony Stetson won a "First Blood" Match over Larry Winters

- Peaces won a "Cat Fight" Match over Tigra

- Jimmy Snuka retained the ECW Television Title, defeating Tommy Cairo

- Rockin' Rebel won a "Philadelphia Street Fight" Match over the Sandman

- Dick Murdoch defeated Dark Patriot II

- Sal Bellomo, Stevie Wonderful, & Super Destroyer #1 defeated Chris Michaels, Johnny Hotbody, & Hunter Robbins III

- Eddie Gibert won a "Chain" Match over Terry Funk


ECW Tag-Team Title Tournament
August 7th-8th, 1993

Quarter-Finals

- Ivan Koloff & Nikita Koloff fought to a Double Disqualification with the Headhunters (Headhunter A & Headhunter B)

- Sal Bellomo & the Sandman defeated Tony Stetson & Richard Michaels

- Eddie Gilbert & the Dark Patriot won, via DQ, over Tommy Cairo & JT Smith

- The Super Destroyers defeated Chris Candido & Johnny Hotbody

Semi-Finals

- Sal Bellomo & the Sandman defeated Ivan Koloff & Nikita Koloff

- Eddie Gilbert & the Dark Patriot defeated the Super Destroyers

Finals

- Eddie Gilbert & the Dark Patriot defeated Sal Bellomo & the Sandman


ECW Ultraclash
September 18th, 1993

- The Public Enemy The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) defeated Ian Rotten & Jason Knight

- Tony Stetson retained the ECW Pennsylvania Heavyweight Title, defeating Tommy Cairo

- The Super Destroyer #1 won a "Mask vs. Mask" Match over Super Destroyer #2

- The Dark Patriot won a "Scaffold" Match over JT Smith

- Terry Funk & Stan Hansen won a "Bunkhouse" Match, via DQ, over Kevin Sullivan & Abdullah the Butcher

- Tigra won a "Battle Royal" over Don E. Allen, Angel, Hunter Robbins III, Sherri Martel, and Jay Sullie

- Sal Bellomo won a "Strap" Match over Richard Michaels

- Shane Douglas retained the ECW Heavyweight Title, defeating the Sandman

- The Headhunters (Headhunter A & Headhunter B) won a "Baseball Bat" Match over Miguelito Perez & Crash the Terminator


ECW NWA Bloodfest, Part 1
October 1st, 1993

- Axl Rotten & Ian Rotten defeated Chad Austin & Todd Shaw

- Rockin' Rebel defeated Don E. Allen

- The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) defeated Gino Caruso & Silver Jet

- Malia Hosaka defeated Molly McShane

- Badd Company (Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka) defeated Axl Rotten & Ian Rotten

- The Sandman defeated the Metal Maniac

- Terry Funk, JT Smith, & Abdullah the Butcher defeated Jimmy Snuka, Don Muraco, & Kevin Sullivan

- Sabu defeated the Tazmaniac

- Tony Stetson & Johnny Hotbody retained the ECW Tag-Team Titles, defeating Badd Company (Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka)

- Rockin' Rebel defeated Richard Michaels

- Abdullah the Butcher fought to a Double Disqualification with Kevin Sullivan

- Terry Funk won the ECW Television Title, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Jimmy Snuka


ECW NWA Bloodfest, Part 2
October 2nd, 1993

- Tony Stetson & Johnny Hotbody retained the ECW Tag-Team Titles, defeating JT Smith & the Sandman

- The Tazmaniac defeated Tommy Dreamer

- Kevin Sullivan defeated Gino Caruso

- Shane Douglas retained the ECW Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over JT Smith

- Badd Company (Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka) defeated The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge)

- Richard Michaels won, via DQ, over Rockin' Rebel

- Axl Rotten & Ian Rotten defeated Chad Austin & Don E. Allen

- Jimmy Snuka & Don Muraco won, via forfeit, over The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge)

- Sabu won the ECW Heavyweight Title, defeating Shane Douglas

- Jimmy Snuka defeated Chad Austin

- Kevin Sullivan won a "Steel Cage" Match over Abdullah the Butcher

- The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) won a "Three-Way Steel Cage" Match over Axl Rotten & Ian Rotten and Badd Company (Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka)


ECW Terror At Tabor
November 12th, 1993

- Kevin Sullivan won a "Battle Royal"

- Christopher Michaels defeated Keith Scherer

- Tony Stetson & Johnny Hotbody retained the ECW Tag-Team Titles, defeating JT Smith & the Sandman

- Sabu retained the ECW Heavyweight Title, defeating the Tazmaniac

- The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) defeated Axl Rotten & Ian Rotten

- JT Smith, Peaches, & the Sandman defeated Tony Stetson, Johnny Hotbody, & Hunter Robbins III

- Tommy Cairo defeated Christopher Michaels

- Mr. Hughes defeated Keith Scherer

- Badd Company (Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka) defeated Don E. Allen & Mr. Hughes

- Paul Diamond defeated Rocco Rock

- Axl Rotten & Ian Rotten won a "Non-Title" Match over the ECW Tag-Team Champions, Tony Stetson & Johnny Hotbody

- Kevin Sullivan defeated Keith Scherer

- Tommy Dreamer defeated Johnny Grunge


ECW November To Remember '93
November 13th, 1993

- Sal Bellomo won a "Chair" Match, via forfeit, over the Rockin' Rebel

- Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart fought to a Double Disqualification with the Sandman

- The Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge) won a "South Philly Hood" Match over Badd Company (Paul Diamond & Pat Tanaka)

- Kevin Sullivan won a "Shoot" Match over Tommy Cairo

- Malia Hosaka won, via DQ, over Sherri Martel

- Tony Stetson & Johnny Hotbody retained the ECW Tag-Team Titles, defeating Axl Rotten & Ian Rotten

- Tommy Dreamer & Johnny Gunn won the ECW Tag-Team Titles, defeating Tony Stetson & Johnny Hotbody

- The Tazmaniac defeated Tommy Dreamer

- Mr. Hughes defeated Johnny Gunn

- Road Warrior Hawk & Sabu defeated Terry Funk & King Kong Bundy. Due to prematch stipulations, Sabu won the ECW Television Title from Funk


ECW Holiday Hell '93
December 26th, 1993

- Chad Austin defeated Pitbull #1

- Mike Awesome defeated Randy Starr

- Kevin Sullivan & the Tazmaniac retained the ECW Tag-Team Titles, defeating Tommy Cairo & JT Smith

- Shane Douglas defeated Tommy Dreamer

- Mr. Hughes defeated the Sandman

- Rockin' Rebel defeated Don E. Allen

- Terry Funk won the ECW Heavyweight Title in a "No Disqualification" Match over Sabu

- Pat Tanaka won a "Body Count" Match over Rocco Rock

- Tommy Dreamer won a "Lights Out Battle Royal"