Vol. 11, No. 18 -- Holidays 2006
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We've made some changes to our Hardcore leagues. The Psychotic Killer League (in the Jade Federation) and Xtreme Wrestling League (in the Diamond) are two of our three Hardcore leagues, and they DO allow transfers. The Hardcore Wrestling League is the third, but this new Iron Federation league does NOT allow transfers; you must create a brand new wrestler if you want to join the HWL. This change should allow managers who want to keep their current characters to be able to compete for the $25,000 title, while providing a fresh playground for anyone who would prefer a totally even playing field (at least as far as records are concerned).

On a related note, we have decided to convert the Grim Reaper League in the Bronze Federation from a normal league to an Asiatic league. Transfer your toughest grappler there if you want a shot at the title!



WWW, in association with managers Austin and Nate Pierce of Wisconsin, proudly announce the retirement of Jonathan Jankowski. Jonathan's record at the time of his retirement was 1,071-374-67, with $2,400,000 in earnings and 9 stars.

Jonathan's 11+ year IWA journey began in the old AAL in May of 1992, where he worked his way up from being a prelim to becoming TV Champion. When the AAL closed, Jonathan -- along with his partners Duke Dangerous and Lethal Luke Laser -- moved on to the ICL, where Jonathan worked his way up from the bottom of the card to becoming a top star. In his 7 years in the ICL, Jonathan accumulated numerous titles, including holding the IWA World Tag titles with Duke Dangerous in August of 1998.

Jonathan's proudest career accomplishment also came during his days in the ICL when he won the IWA's National title in August of 1996, bringing prestige to his original stable, the DWA. During this time, Jonathan worked two different leagues at the same time, working in the ICL along with the SDL, QPL, BRL, and the Danger Ahead League. It was in the DAL (the league Jonathan considered his favorite and his home for many years) that he teamed with Lt. Bobby Jacobs and Sgt. Stan Carlson as The Army. The Army's highest achievement was winning the IWA World Six-man titles in January of 1999. The Army engaged in many brutal wars with many great opponents. Jonathan's most memorable feud in the DAL was with Joe E. Legend, following Jonathan's winning of the 1998 Mr. DAL 64-Man Tournament.

In addition to those mentioned above, Jonathan is also grateful for the support of his other partners, including Brian Bulldozer and Bobby Brainbuster, as well as his brothers Jimmy and Joey Jankowski -- who, despite claiming a "family curse," are still close to him.

Jonathan was most recently edged out for the IWA World title a mere few months after returning to the game this year following a nearly 4-year absence. Jonathan would like to thank all his fans, friends, and opponents alike for all the great memories along the way.



PRO: Darkness (NYL) claimed the IWA's highest honor for manager Tony Robinson of Florida after first winning the Bronze Federation belt. Tony can choose either 100 free matches or a real wrestling belt and 50 free matches!



This prize of an engraved plaque or 25 free matches went to Howie Sandberg of New York, whose ACE: Awesome Force (AEL) outmuscled fellow TV champions UZI: Any Random Name (NYL) and UZI: "Mister Superstar" J.P.M. (GRL). Nice work!



Michael Eaves of Mississippi won this engraved plaque or 25 free matches since UZI: Hardcore Harry Hatchet (HML) had the best total after we added up the values of hold positions 1, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, and 14 in the strategy of every league battle royal winner! Also with a 271-point total but losing by point flow (out of all 15 holds) was FOE: Death Rider (BTL). The hold positions which determined the battle royal outcomes were 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, and 15.



Howie Sandberg of New York conquered the Iron Federation with ACE: Larry Tucker (HTL), who had to edge past FOE: Death Rider (BTL). The Steel Federation champion was MWC: The Iceman (HAL), managed by Steven M. Shotliff of Minnesota. He beat ACE: Malicious Mike Damage (CCL) and ACE: Tombstone Taurus (PML) by point flow. In the Gold, Tony Robinson of Florida won the title with PRO: Bad Boy Tony (MWL). He edged UZI: Hardcore Harry Hatchet (HML). Tony also held the Bronze strap with Darkness (who missed the title by point flow last cycle), but traded it in for the World belt! Andre Sabucco of Texas took the Diamond Federation prize with FOE: The Horrible Cheater (LOL). The $40,000 for the Jade Federation championship was awarded to INVADORS: The Diviuz One (KSL) after he edged PRO: Tony Ceno (JIL), UZI: Hell Hound #2 (DHL), and CM Punk (WWL), who lost this title by point flow for a second straight cycle. The Diviuz One's manager, Miguel Vazquez of Florida, wins 25 free matches!



Johnathan Bridgeman of Arkansas was the first to capture this returning title! He wins 10 free matches, compliments of UZI: Agent Matt Secret (NDL), who edged out ACE: Tombstone Taurus (PML).



COT: Hillbilly Hellcat (CFL), managed by Richard Wolfenden of Canada, narrowly defeated both PRO: Diamond Dallas (PML) and ACE: Infamous Masked Man #2 (NDL) for the Central region, then fought all the way to the National prize of an engraved plaque or 25 free matches! The other titles went to...

Atlantic: ACE: Infamous Masked Man #1 (NDL)
managed by Eric Sickler of California; edged out UZI: Guy Mezger (WAL)
Dixie: ACE: Twin Terror Rod Flanders (JIL)
owned by Bob Dippy of Pennsylvania; beat UZI: Bama Brawler (TDL) by point flow
Eastern: UZI: Da Renegade (TDL)
managed by Anthony Rodriguez of Alabama
Mountain: ACE: Pat Patterson's Ring Boy (AEL)
kept this title in Howie Sandberg of New York's possession; edged UZI: Power Hungry Maniac (NYL) and UZI: Rugged Ronnie Damage (GRL)
Northern: UZI: Manson (HML)
managed by Michael Eaves of Mississippi; edged out UZI: Self-Righteous Schmuck (NYL)
Pacific: ACE: Arrogance Eric Sickler (CWL)
owned by Eric Sickler
Prairie: ACE: Infamous Masked Man #3 (NDL)
also owned by Eric Sickler
Southern: ACE: Shatterday (CWL)
managed by Howie Sandberg
Western: ACE: Vendetta Red (CWL)
also managed by Howie Sandberg



Tony Robinson of Florida managed PRO: The Blonde Bombshell Becky (GAL) to both the Ladies' World Championship and the Queen of the Ring crown! He will receive an engraved plaque or 15 free matches. He also won the Ladies' U.S. title with PRO: The Brunette Bombshell Kimberly (GAL), and the Ladies' U.S. tag straps with PRO: Bad Girl Britney Sky and Sexy Sunny Beach (LLL)! They edged out NGAA: Rydia Stormer and Mara O'Connor (GDL). The Ladies' National Champion was ACE: Jill "The Tool Woman" Taylor (GAL), managed by Eric Sickler of California. PLAGUE: Gothic Angels #2 and #3 (LLL), managed by "The Plague" from Parts Unknown, grabbed the Ladies' tag titles, then they regrouped with Gothic Angel #1 and won the World Six-woman belts! Taking the U.S. Six-woman titles were ACE: Blackstar RachelAnn Ele, SNL Sherry Cherry, and Ditsy Denise Dallas (GDL). They are managed by Sly Smith of West Virginia.



Jason P. Miller of Kansas won an engraved plaque or 15 free matches after leading three of his UZI teams to an unbreakable tie for these titles! Also worth noting is that Manny Ramirez and Mariano Rivera stayed on the list from last time.



1. UZI: Over Confident Jerk & Self-Righteous Schmuck (NYL)
UZI: League Crusher & Freshman Hazer (JEL)
UZI: Omega Supreme & Orion Supreme (GRL)
4. COT: Baddest American Indian Thundersinger 13 & Zeke the Plumber (DIL)
5. UZI: Da Masked Outlaw & Anthony S. Spivey (TDL)
6. COT: Ultraviolence & Sid "The Pistol" Vicious (IGL)
7. WWW: Damon Rude & Caius Pendragon (BBL)
8. UZI: Ultimate Stinger & Street Hawk (PKL)
9. EDGE: Tosswreck the Terrible & White Knight (NDL)
10. ACE/LF: Manny "ManRam" Ramirez & ACE/RP: Mariano "Hammor of God" Rivera (MWL)



ACE: "The Irish Carbomb" Patrick McPatrick and "Russian Revolution" S.V. Zhitnik (CSLN) won these belts! Bob Dippy of Pennsylvania coached them to victory over COT: "River City Rambler" Adam Wright and "100% Texan" Jason Ford (JEL), plus WWW: Kahn Lionheart and Darius Thunder (BBL).



ACE: "The Beast" Matt Hayt, Awesome Force, and Double H (AEL) had the only perfect 521-point team total last cycle, so Howie Sandberg of New York earned an engraved plaque or 15 free matches. Very impressive!



1. ACE: "The Beast" Matt Hayt, Awesome Force, Double H (AEL)
2. UZI: Uzi Pawn I, Rasheezy, Yankee Black Mamba (BRL)
ACE: Awesome Sean MCA, Ric Legend, Hollywood Armstrong (APL)
4. ACE: The Textbook Technician, the Sharpshooter, Hitman Howie Sandberg (HML)
5. ACE: The New Jersey Devil, Devil Inside, Inner Demon (DIL)
6. UZI: Omega Supreme, Orion Supreme, Maximus Supreme (GRL)
7. UZI: Illusionary Warrior, Mystic Warrior, Plunder (NYL)
ACE/GR8: The Dark Messiah, Hard Hitten Harry, Kensuki Tanaka (CFL)
9. EDGE: Thanatos Rage, Cuthrak Rage, Ollis Rage (KCL)
10. ACE: "Charming" Chas Lawlor, "Wild Thing" Wendell Tvedt, Larry Tucker (HTL)



Sly Smith of West Virginia gave himself a well-deserved pat on the back after helping ACE: Ric Legend, Awesome Sean MCA, and Hollywood Armstrong (TGL) win these $20,000 purses.



Shown below, in order by the number of matches, are the most active leagues for the December cycle. The All Star League held onto the top spot for a third straight cycle! With the highest average strategy total among its active wrestlers, the Axe Blade League won the two matches for $1 cycle; the JIL was right behind.

1. ASL (757 matches) 483.932
2. IDL (634 matches) 484.100
3. APL (632 matches) 482.136
4. PPL (526 matches)
KSL (526 matches)
6. LLL (482 matches) 482.561
7. MWL (479 matches) 484.600
8. NAL (472 matches) 485.636
9. ABL (469 matches) 486.848
10. JIL (456 matches) 486.231



1. WWW: Mike White Lightning Moore (ECL) 42
2. COT: Sinister Steve Stryker (MIL) 41
3. COT: Buda von Blitzen (MIL) 39
4. COT: Nightmare Sam Hell (JIL) 38
5. WWW: Duke Dangerous (JIL)
COT: Lord of Illusions (JIL)
NVUS: Lost Soul (CFL)
8. WWW: Brian Bulldozer (JIL)
SE: Danni Ashe (FFL)
WWW: Masked Stormtrooper Lightning (TDL)
GUILD: New Breed Destroyer (ASL)
UZI: Outlaw Tony Taylor (NFL)
Shadow King (IML)
14. EDGE: Black Knight (DZL)
COT: Damien Deadsoul (ECL)
SE: Diesel Duddick (NSL)
UZI: Loverboy Louie Lopez (NFL)
UZI: Nasty Nick Spalla (NFL)
19. Dalton Russell (HTL)
Deathdealer Damien Dyer (CFL)
Detroit Bomber Jake Dyer (CFL)
COT: Mark the Master Duchaine (JIL)
TV: Road Warrior Beast (SHL)
Steve "The Sandman" Sands (HAL)
COT: The Mighty Deadhead (PKL)



IRON FEDERATION: Battling Titans, Center Stage (North and South), Danger Zone, Heart Throb, Imminent Destruction, Iron Man, Murder Incorporated, Quick Pin, Southern Pride, Under Fire, Unknown Wrestler

STEEL FEDERATION: Absolute Pain, Caribbean Coast, Devil Inside, Executioner's Axe, Hired Assassin, Intense Impact, King Kong, Mid-Atlantic Region, Pittsburgh Power, Praying Mantis, Rebel Yell, True Grit, Vicious Valkyries

GOLD FEDERATION: All Star, Battle Royal, Blood Bath, Chicago Legends, Classic Wrestling, Gold Digger, Hit Man, Masked Wrestling, New Millennium, Ninja Dojo, Olympic Gold, Texas Death

DIAMOND FEDERATION: Arm Lock, Axe Blade, Dark Days, Evil Clown, Femme Fatale, Fractured Jaw, Internal Rage, Last Breath, Lights Out, Night Falcon, Noble Savage, Non-stop Action, Xtreme Wrestling

BRONZE FEDERATION: Alter Ego, Barbaric Warrior, Coffin Filler, Famous Talent, Gorgeous Amazon, Grim Reaper, Iron Glove, Jagged Edge, Knight Time, Main Event, New York, Wild America

JADE FEDERATION: Atomic Age, Dragon's Hoard, Jade Dragon, Just Incredible, Just Rasslin', Killer Shark, Kings Court, Lovely Ladies, Psychotic Killer, Super Hero, Thor's Hammer, Total Package, World Wrestling

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