Funkdafied Wrestling Federation returned to the Barnegat, NJ High School Gym on Saturday night March 16th. Despite the stormy weather, a good and energetic Saturday night crowd came out to cheer on the action.
Before the show, the fans got autographs and took pictures with former ECW hardcore icon Balls Mahoney and WWE Hall Of Famer "El Matador" Tito Santana.
The opening contest was an Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal featuring Matt McVay, "Stylin'" Brandon Kirk, Smokehouse, "Retro Rocker" Rikki Roxx, "Big 80's" Donnie V., Rich "Live Wire" McGuire, Merrill "The Prodigy" Richardson, Nikki "The Wrath" Richardson, The Illegal Outer Space Alien, and a surprise last-minute entry, "The Cold Hearted Playa" Danny Demanto.
Demanto and Brandon Kirk teamed up to take out Smokehouse, but when Brandon jumped up on the top rope to attack Smokehouse, Demanto knocked him off and out of the ring. Demanto had Smokehouse down in the center of the ring, but as he went to spring himself off the ropes at Smokehouse, Referee Jimmy Storm held down the ropes and Demanto fell out of the ring and was eliminated, leaving Smokehouse as the winner.
An irate Demanto charged at Jimmy Storm and chased him all the way to the back.
In the second match, "The White Urkel" B. Fehrm defeated Kyle "The Beast" Wynant, with manager Captain Johnny Kool, after blocking a gut-wrench superplex attempt by The Beast and hitting a Nerd Cutter from the top rope and pinning him.
In the third match, Vinny Cenzo, with manager Captain Johnny Kool, won by disqualification over the newly-crowned FWF Cruiserweight Champion Fast Eddie Franken. After a flurry of offense by Eddie, Vinny tripped up Eddie into a corner and grabbed Eddie's title belt as Johnny Kool distracted the referee. Vinny swung the belt at Eddie's head, but Eddie ducked and snatched the belt out of Vinny's hands. The referee turned around and saw Eddie holding the belt and Vinny pretending like Eddie had just hit him with it, and called for the disqualification.
In the fourth match, a tag-team match, The American Muscle Sharks (Mark Modest & Mike Matixx) defeated the duo of "Phat Daddy" Mack Williams & "Jersey Shore Lunatic" Slayer. After Slayer had taken out both opponents on the outside with a flying plancha, he threw Matixx back into the ring for Mack to finish off. Mack lifted Matixx up for a crucifix slam, but Matixx escaped it and rolled Mack up with a schoolboy and a handful of tights and got the pinfall.
In the fifth match, "Mr. Entertainment" J.D. Smoothie defeated Lightning Bolt Johnson. After a flurry of offense, Johnson leveled Smoothie with an uranage but only got a two-count. Johnson went up for a flying elbow, but Smoothie rolled out of the way, and went up and hit his "Leg Drop Across The Delaware" finisher and got the pin.
During intermission, the fans posed for pictures in the ring with Tito Santana.
In the sixth match, "Corrupted" Corey Havoc defeated Kevin Knight, who returned to the FWF ring after more than a year. After a hard-hitting match, Havoc hit Knight with a side backbreaker but only got a two count. After Havoc charged at Knight in the corner and missed, Knight hit Havoc with a big boot to the chest but only got a two-count as well. Havoc then picked up his megaphone but Knight seized it. Referee Jimmy Storm pulled the megaphone out of Knight's hands, which was enough of a distraction for Havoc to seize Knight's legs and hold him down for a pin with his feet on the ropes for leverage, which the referee did not see as he counted three.
In the first of the two main event matches, WWE Hall Of Famer "El Matador" Tito Santana defeated "The Cold-Hearted Playa" Danny Demanto, with manager Captain Johnny Kool, by submission. Demanto took the mic and made fun of Tito's age and Mexican heritage, but that only angered the veteran Tito even more. After Demanto missed a moonsault on Tito, Tito went on a flurry of offense. Demanto ducked out of the ring when he saw Tito aiming a flying forearm in his direction, and tripped up Tito when he chased him back into the ring. Demanto went for a drop-kick, but missed when Tito held onto the ropes, and Tito slapped a Figure-Four Leglock on Demanto, who immediately tapped out.
In the other main event match, a Tag-Team Losers-Go-Through-A-Wooden-Door Match, former ECW hardcore icon John "Balls" Mahoney & "The Bounty Hunter" Johnny Ringo defeated the duo of former ECW brawler The Equalizer & Big Jeff Noyze. This being a no-holds-barred brawl with two former ECW stars, it went all over the gym, with all sorts of weapons used freely by all. After the action finally returned to the ring, Balls hauled the wooden door into the ring, but was then taken out by a chair shot to the head by Equalizer and knocked out of the ring. Equalizer seized Ringo as Jeff Noyze prepared to spear Ringo through the door for victory, but Ringo ducked out of Equalizer's grasp, and Noyze ended up spearing his own partner (and himself) through the door, thus giving the victory to Balls Mahoney & Johnny Ringo.