Posted November 3rd, 2012 by Bill Apter

On November 2 at NWA DAWG in Clayton New Jersey, Tokyo Monster Kahagas pinned Damien Wayne to become the new NWA™ World Heavyweight Champion.

Kahagas was a last minute entrant in to a scheduled eight man elimination match that advertised Chance Prophet, Justin “The Gift” Kincaid, Lance Erikson, Anthony Nese, “Greek God” Papadon, “Phat Daddy” Biggie Biggs, Lance Anoa’i and Wayne. With only Wayne and Prophet remaining in the ring, Kahagas’ manager Dontay Brown emerged with the reigning NWA™ National Heavyweight Champion. Brown was on the phone with NWA President R. Bruce Tharpe. Brown informed NWA™ Head Official Fred Richards that Tharpe had approved Kahagas’ entry in to the match. Richards confirmed Brown’s claim by speaking directly with Tharpe and allowed Kahagas’ participation. Wayne then surprised Prophet with a quick pile driver and secured a three count. Shortly thereafter, Kahagas finished off Wayne with a “TMD” (Tokyo Monster Driver).


  1. By Joseph, posted

    Hi, Bill. It was my understanding that Adam Pearce and Colt Cabana were in the middle of their seven match series, in which Pearce regained the NWA Title. The other matches were still scheduled to take place, but Pearce surrendered the Title because the NWA didn’t want him to face Cabana for the belt? You are THE pro wrestling insider. Could you please post a story about the facts behind this shake up?

    A fan of yours since the mid-80′s.
    (Bill Apter: WWE Hall Of Fame 2013)

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