NAWF HALL OF FAME

WRESTLERS

BAD ATTITUDE: "DOC" David Giles and "Action" Jackson Herod
Inducted: September 21, 1998
Statistics: 9 time NAWF World Tag Team Champions, dominated Tag Team division for the better part of 18 months.


Ranma Saotome
Inducted: September 21, 1998
Statistics: 2 time NAWF World Champion, only man to win 5 NAWF divisional titles, originator of the "rant" and "creative" roleplays.


Slash
Inducted: May 18, 1999
Statistics: 8 time NAWF World Champion (current record), 2 Time NAWF Grand Slam winner


Nighthawk
Inducted: May 18, 1999
Statistics: 4 time NAWF World Champion, NAWF Grand Slam winner, 3 time Lightweight champion, set then-record title reign of 4+ months, one of the most influential wrestlers in NAWF history.


Bam Bam BuZza
Inducted: September 18, 1999
Statistics: 2 time NAWF World Champion, NAWF Grand Slam winner, 1998 inaugural King of the Ring, part of possibly the greatest NAWF feud of all time with Reverend Horton Heat.


Reverend Horton Heat
Inducted: September 18, 1999
Tributes: 2 time NAWF World Champion, NAWF Grand Slam winner, also "ran the NAWF" in a mid-1999 angle as Pope Horton I, part of possibly the greatest NAWF feud of all time with Bam Bam BuZza.


ORIGINAL ANARCHY UNLIMITED: "The Dominator" Lou DiPietro and "The Eliminator" Bobby Krupka
Inducted: October 9, 1999
Tributes: 8 time NAWF World Tag Team Champions, only team to defeat Bad Attitude more than once during their heyday. Lou also had 2 other tag title reigns (with Venom and Michael K. Ashley) and an IC Title reign, while Krupka is a 2 time Lightweight champion as well.


GENOCIDE: Maim and Pedophile
Inducted: June 26, 2000
Tributes: 7 time NAWF World Tag Team Champions, have 3 title reigns of 15 weeks or more, dominated tag division for entire run.


Venom
Inducted: November 24, 2001
Tributes: Two time NAWF Grand Slam winner, winner of 2001 NAWF Bowl after runner up in 2000, noted for his unique roleplaying style.


THE BARROOM HEROES: Marty Howe and "Hollywood" Ryan O'Rourke with Aidan O'Cronin, Jimbo and T-Bone
Inducted: November 24, 2001
Tributes: O'Rourke is a Grand Slammer and 2000 King of the Ring; Howe won 2000 NAWF Bowl and is also a Grand Slammer; O'Cronin completed the "Hero sweep" winning 2000 All Mixed Up. Known for always hanging out at the Moylan. Always together, with all the Heroes showing up in some form in any roleplay, making it impossible to separately honor them.


Thriller
Inducted: August 31, 2003
Tributes: Thriller was a major star in the early days of the NAWF, winning a 3/4 of the Grand Slam; came back in summer 2002, and won all 4 legs of the Grand Slam within 9 months. Won the 2003 NAWF Bowl, and held all three singles titles within 6 weeks. 2002 TV Title reign is a record (17 weeks), and 2003 World Title reign is 4th longest ever (15 weeks).


Shane "Never Surrender" Wausau
Inducted: August 31, 2003
Tributes: Wausau has been in the NAWF on and off since the inception. His 5 Lightweight Title reigns are a record, and he holds the record for LW reign length. Competed as all of his alter egos in the 2000 NAWF Bowl, a la Mick Foley. Took a year off due to "cancer", but came back in February 2002 to finally complete his Grand Slam with protege Alex Marsley. Wausau has held at least one championship in the NAWF during all 6 years of its existence. Also won the NAWF-sponsored "King of the X-Matches" Tournament in August 2003.


ANXIETY RISING: Chen and Masset with Bruce and Snow White
Inducted: August 31, 2003
Tributes: Anxiety Rising has the record for longest NAWF Tag Team Title reign of over 6 months; both men also held the NAWF title during the summer of 2003 while still tag team champions. Masset also won the 2003 King of the Ring tournament.


OFFICERS

Matheiu Gladu
Inducted: September 21, 1998
Credentials: 1st President/Founder of the original NAWF.


Eric Scott
Inducted: May 18, 1999
Credentials: 2nd President of NAWF.


Lou DiPietro
Inducted: September 18, 1999
Credentials: Eric Scott's Vice-President/Webmaster, 3rd/Current President of NAWF.


Jeff Butz
Inducted: October 9, 1999
Credentials: Two Time Past Interim President, Graphic Genius, NAWF "Bail Bondsman".


HANDLERS

Shane Viars
Inducted: October 9, 1999
Characters: Dmitry Cassov, Erek Wausau, Tiger Claw, Icer, Tin Viper, Shane Wausau, Aitrus, Alex Marsley, The Niculae Brothers, Sonny Rabbit
Tributes: Member of NAWF since inception, finally found dominant character with Shane Wausau (Grand slammer with 2 World titles, 5 Lightweight titles). First person to win grand slam with two different characters (Wausau, Marsley). Also holds multiple title reigns with other characters.


"Diamond" Dave Macmannis
Inducted: June 26, 2000
Characters: Reverend Horton Heat, The Televangelist, Marty Howe, Dewey Screwem, Jimbo
Tributes: Dominant with many characters over time. Grand slammer with RHH and Marty Howe, needing only a Tag title with Televangelist to make it 3. Currently dominant with Howe, just completed the Grand Slam in August 2003. Also won NAWF Bowl 2000 with Howe, and was 2003 KOTR finalist.


Jeff Butz
Inducted: June 26, 2000
Characters: Slash, The Warrior Paul Michaels
Tributes: Member of NAWF since inception, first man to win grand slam twice with same character. Managed to stay dominant and world champion while running own federation.


"Hollywood" Shamus O'Malley
Inducted: April 15, 2001
Characters: Ryan O'Rourke, The Amazing Royal Crowns
Tributes: Won NAWF Grand Slam and 2000 King of the Ring in record time with Ryan O'Rourke, as well as tag team titles with The Crowns. Noted as one of the best RPers ever.


Adam Doyno
Inducted: November 24, 2001
Characters: Genocide, Warren Avery Richards, Nathaniel Jaguar
Tributes: 7 time NAWF Tag Champs with Genocide, has 2 of the 3 longest tag title reigns on record. Won the IC and TV Titles with Jaguar in a very short time before bringing back Genocide and retiring Jaguar to Invasion booker. One of the best RPers ever, noted for his dark style. Genocide also was the losing team when both Anarchy Unlimited and Bad Attitude won their then record setting (or tying) 8th tag team titles.


Dan Rogers
Inducted: November 24, 2001
Characters: Venom, Trent Pierce, 1/3 of El Fantastico and Coach Kank
Tributes: Second man to win Grand Slam twice with one character (Venom). Comes and goes, but never loses a step and always entrenches himself in upper card. Other half of team that saw Lou DiPietro win his then record 9th tag team title. Noted for an RP style that mixed one part Bradshaw, one part Ric Flair, and one part Illinois frat boy.