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Extreme Championship Wrestling is reborn in 2006 with Heavyweight Champion Rob Van Dam, Kurt Angle, The Sandman, and Tommy Dreamer on the map. ECW is back and ready to be a new breed unleashed.






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Series cast summary:
 Tommy Dreamer / ... 128 episodes, 2006-2009
Matthew Kaye ...
 Matt Striker 125 episodes, 2006-2009
 CM Punk / ... 104 episodes, 2006-2010
Joey Styles ...
 John Morrison / ... 85 episodes, 2006-2009
Elijah Burke ...
 Elijah Burke / ... 55 episodes, 2006-2008
Mike Knox ...
 Mike Knox / ... 54 episodes, 2006-2009
Kevin Fertig ...
 Shelton Benjamin 53 episodes, 2007-2010


Extreme Championship Wrestling is reborn in 2006 with Heavyweight Champion Rob Van Dam, Kurt Angle, The Sandman, and Tommy Dreamer on the map. ECW is back and ready to be a new breed unleashed.

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$15,000,000 (estimated)
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On the June 17, 2007 WWE.COM Draft. The following WWE Superstars were traded to ECW: Viscera, who changed his name to Big Daddy V and was given a whole new gimmick. Johnny Nitro, who changed his name to John Morrison. And The Miz. While Sandman, Hardcore Holly and The Major Brothers were drafted off ECW. See more »


Paul Heyman: [opening credits] The tribe of extreme has risen again!
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Referenced in CHIKARA: King of Trios 2009 - Night II (2009) See more »


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Heyman needs to take over again
14 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

Wow this is the worst wrestling I've seen in my life. Vince should have let Heyman control ECW, but of course not, Vince is retarded, he thinks we'd rather see Big Titty V vs. Kane week after week and all of these ECW originals losing to people who should be jobbers instead of all matches no dq, crazy moves, blood, and weapons used as if their lives depended on it. Vince's problem is he cares about money more then wrestling fan loyalty. Heyman cared about the crowd, he didn't care if his company was in debt, the wrestlers did it for the fans, and so did Heyman. Vince thinks adding big umphs and dq's to ECW is going to raise ratings. I seriously deep down think Vince is purposely destroying ECW again, except really slowly. Little kids act like they know who Balls, Sandman, Dreamer, Funk, etc are. I can't stand seeing kids in an ECW crowd. Since when were DQ's a part of ECW, Vince has lost his **** mind. He fired Sabu for being late to a show and wearing Daivari's pants for one night, OMG WHAT WAS SABU THINKING!?!?! HE SHOULD BE FIRED!!! Seriously Vince get a life. I love how he wastes all of the good talent to get jack-offs like The Miz and Big Titty V pushes over them. Vince doesn't care about real wrestling fans, he knows that there are more kids and women then real wrestling fans and they love to see hero and villain characters over good wrestling matches and wrestlers with actual skill. I guarantee that 90% of today's ECW crowd probably think that Elijah Burke and John Morrison are horrible wrestlers, wrong they're just bad guys, they can wrestle very well. Too bad the crowd doesn't appreciate skill over character anymore. How can they turn Balls from a chair swinging freak to a teddy bear hugging, Kelly Kelly loving sweetheart. I seriously stopped watching ECW after that storyline, it just made me sick to my stomach being a long time loyal ECW fan. Vince needs to grow balls and realize that wrestlers don't join wrestling without thinking they're risking injuries, you can't ban moves and weapons because you're afraid your wrestlers are going to be hurt. That's the name of the game, wrestling is meant to be a physical sport to hurt one another until one can't go on anymore. I saw Dreamer lose to a gay kick that even the announcers weren't into but then when it was the 3 count they were like oh I guess it's over. It's more then obvious that Dreamer could have went on. If they can't get the hardcore style right, at least make match endings look effective and painful. This is not the ECW I remember and I highly don't recommend the new ECW to any long time loyal fan of the business, unless you want to see over-sized wrestlers that can't move, no weapons, ECW originals jobbing to queers like The Miz with a dropkick ending, etc. Only good thing about ECW today is CM Punk, Morrison, Burke, Benjamin and the ECW originals that are left when they're not jobbing. Besides that it's really horrible. Vince needs to jump off a cliff and shoot himself on the way down before landing on a spike for thinking this is what ECW is about.

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