FWF At St. Joseph's Church Gym, Keyport, NJ
February 9, 2013

Funkdafied Wrestling Federation returned to the Bayshore area of New Jersey on Saturday night February 9th at Keyport, NJ's St. Joseph's Church Gym. And for the first Bayshore area appearance of 2013, the fans flocked to see all the stars in droves, filling the entire gym floor and spilling up into the balcony bleachers.

The show opened with the new FWF owner J.D. Smoothie welcoming the fans, and then introducing the man who would be wrestling his last FWF match before retiring from FWF action after ten years with the company, "The Love Machine" Nicky Oceans. Oceans came out, and with genuine humility, thanked the fans for coming out to see him, and without whom he would have had no success.

Oceans then called out the two men whom he had considered his best friends in wrestling, The 2 Rude Dudes, Corey Havoc and Rampage Rogers. The two came out and paid tribute to Oceans, but in one of the most shocking turn of events ever, Havoc picked up his megaphone and clocked Oceans with it! Rampage locked Oceans with a Camel Clutch while Havoc got in Oceans' face and told him that he was no longer relevant in wrestling, that he and Rampage were the future. The two left the ring to a chorus of boo's and a confused Oceans.

In Match #1, the tag-team of The M&M Express (Mark "The Shark" Modest & Mike Matixx) defeated Fast & Firm ("Fast" Eddie Franken & "The White Urkel" B. Fehrm) when, while Matixx and Fast Eddie were battling on the floor, Modest spit poison green mist into Fehrm's face and hit a brainbuster suplex on him and got the 1-2-3.

In Match #2, an FWF Heavyweight Title Unification Match between the last NPWS and FWF Heavyweight Champions, The Atomic Dog, with St. Joseph's Little League Coach Pat on his corner, pinned Shock with an F-5, after blocking a Shockwave piledriver, to become the *NEW* undisputed FWF Heavyweight Champion.

In Match #3, a triple-threat match, Michael Reigns defeated "Stylin'" Brandon Kirk and referee-turned-wrestler Rich "Live Wire" McGuire (who was making his wrestling debut), when Reigns caught Brandon in a Crossface and Brandon tapped out.

In Match #4, which was billed as a "David Versus Goliath" Match, Chill Will won by disqualification over Jeff "Cannonball" Guerrero. Cannonball was accompanied to the ring by manager Crazy Daisy and his friends Corey Havoc & Rampage Rogers. After Cannonball missed a Cannonball roll and Chill Will knocked down Cannonball in the corner with one of his own, Havoc and Rampage jumped into the ring and attacked Chill Will, causing the disqualification.

Havoc and Rampage attempted to spike-powerbomb Chill Will off the the top rope, but Nicky Oceans ran into the ring holding a steel chair and Havoc and Rampage and Cannonball retreated to the floor. Oceans challenged Havoc and Rampage to a tag-team match later that evening, and introduced a partner that would shock the fans even more... "The Cold-Hearted Playa" Danny Demanto. Demanto said that Oceans had been a true friend in wrestling, and he was going to make sure his friend went out on a victorious note tonight.

During Intermission, former WWE & WCW star X-Pac came out and posed for pictures in the ring with the fans, and FWF celebrated birthdays.

In Match #5, a "We Want Tables" Match, former ECW hardcore icon John "Balls" Mahoney defeated Delaware big man Lumberjack Monroe. After a brawl inside and outside the ring, Balls knocked Lumberjack senseless with a chair shot, then smashed him through a table propped up in the corner.

After the match, Balls offered to shake hands with Lumberjack to show his respect for a hard-fought match. Lumberjack initially shook his hand, then gave Balls a hard kick to his "nether regions". An angry Balls picked up the chair and chased Lumberjack all the way to the back.

In the first of the two main events of the evening, the tag-team grudge match signed earlier in the night, The 2 Rude Dudes ("Corrupted" Coorey Havoc & "Rampage" Rogers), with manager Crazy Daisy, defeated "The Love Machine" Nicky Oceans & "The Cold-Hearted Playa" Danny Demanto. This match also marked the return of referee Mike "I'm Always Right" Jones, who came out of retirement to referee Oceans' last match. Before the match, Demanto said he wanted to make this match even more memorable by making it a Falls-Count-Anywhere Match. The match immediately became an all-hands brawl, and even Referee Mike Jones got into the fray, helping out his friend Oceans. The match soon spilled onto the floor, highlighted by Oceans, Demanto, and even Mike Jones hitting flying splashes onto Havoc and Rampage from the top rope to the outside. The four combatants battled all the way to the side of the gym, where Oceans make an unbelievable leap from the balcony bleachers down onto Havoc and Rampage, and Rampage tossed Demanto off the stage onto a pile of steel chairs! The match finally returned to the ring, and after several more minutes and near-falls, Oceans went for his Boom-Boom-Pow finisher on Rampage, but Havoc blocked the move with a kick to Oceans' groin, and Havoc and Rampage then drove Oceans into the mat with a spiked flying piledriver from the top rope and got the 1-2-3 pin.

After the match, Demanto took the microphone and thanked Oceans for choosing him as his partner for his final match, and thanked the fans, whom he admitted he had insulted to no end over his career, for cheering him and Oceans on tonight in Oceans' final match. He also paid respect to Havoc and Rampage, saying the match would not have been as good with any other two opponents. The four men shook hands and hugged as J.D. Smoothie came out to the ring to congratulate Oceans, and called out the entire locker room who surrounded the ring and paid tribute to Oceans. Demanto took the microphone one more time and thanked Oceans once again and shook his hand, but then seemingly returned to his true colors by kicking Oceans in the groin and lifting him up for a powerbomb. But Oceans escaped the hold and planted Demanto into the mat with a Boom-Boom-Pow! Oceans then left the ring for the last time in triumph to the cheers of the crowd.

In the second main event match of the evening, the team of former WWE/WCW star X-Pac & Lightning Bolt Johnson (making his Bayshore area debut) defeated the team of "Mr. Entertainment" J.D. Smoothie & Kevin Krush, with manager Crazy Daisy. After Lightning Bolt impressively withstood a two-on-one beating from Smoothie and Krush, X-Pac tagged in, took down Krush with his flying kicks and bronco-buster'ed Smoothie, then hit an X-Factor on Smoothie as Lightning Bolt chokeslammed Krush, and both covered and got the 1-2-3.