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Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation
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Acronym:

EIWF

Establishment:

August 4, 2001 - January 2002
June 22, 2002 - July 4, 2002

Owner:

Psycho (real name unknown)

Staff:

Psycho
Mick Foley
Crimson

Formerly:

Website:

Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation - or EIWF - was the very first e-fed Gemini Drake attended. In July of 2001, after first setting up a geocities account and putting in his interests, he was e-mailed by the owner, Psycho - real name Chris - to join. After getting his invitation to join, he began to ask other people around to join, too. There was a show every Monday and Friday, with a pay-per-view event every other weekend. Results were done via the ZeusPro system. The federation was known to being unfair to the people on the roster, and unless they were best friends or stroking the ego of Psycho, no one would get a shot at anything or have a match. It was shut down twice, once in January 2002 when the entire roster left under the guidance of Gemini Drake and his friend, John, then another time in July 2002 when there was no federation activity in weeks. After the EIWF closed its doors, Gemini and co. went to different e-feds, like the Williamsville Wrestling Federation (WWF), Xtreme Wrestling Federation (XWF), and Attitude Wrestling Federation (AWF).





Alumni RosterEdit

Male RosterEdit

  • Psycho - Psycho Drop (Springboard Leg Drop), Deadly Deathlock (Guillotine Choke)
  • Krazy Kid - Krazy Swanton (Swanton Bomb)
  • The Undertaker - Tombstone Piledriver, Choke Slam
  • Kane - Tombstone Piledriver, Choke Slam
  • Gemini Drake - Gemini Splitter (Diamond Cutter), Celestial Fire (Cobra Clutch Slam)
  • Kurt Angle - Angle Slam, Ankle Lock
  • Max Turner - Screwdriver
  • Scott Whiteman - Whiteman Bomb (Super Sitdown Powerbomb), Insanitation (Sharpshooter to Crossface)
  • Jared "The Perfect One" Matulevich - Perfect-plex (Fisherman Suplex), Perfect Bomb (Powerbomb)
  • Madcow - Mad Cow Disease (DDT)
  • Shawn Michaels - Sweet Chin Music
  • Meeko - Meeko Bomb (Triple Powerbomb), Meeko Driver (Vertebreaker)
  • Hades - Psycho Driver (Reverse Death Valley Driver)
  • "Stunning" Stevie Nelson/The Demon - Stunning Stunner, Demon Bomb
  • X-Cutioner - X-Cutioner Piledriver (Cradle Tombstone Piledriver)
  • Slappy - Slappyjack (Lifting Double Underhook Facebuster)
  • John Hawley - Super Kick, Ankle Lock, Angle Slam
  • Mark Little - Moonsault, Ha Hey (Book End)
  • Cletus B. Grizzly - Beaver Dam (STF)
  • Ted Guthrie - Soul Eater (Reverse Suplex into Powerslam)
  • Z-Pac - Fire Thunder Driver
  • Adam Tayeh - Pedigree
  • Lyfe - Dysthymia (Lifting Spinning DDT)
  • Ron Popeil - Set-It-And-Forget-It (Diamond Cutter)
  • Adrian Pollack - Spear
  • Chaos Kid - Fear Factor (Sitdown Facebuster)
  • Zenkai - Dragon's Shadow (Lifting DDT into a facebuster), Dragonsault (Springboard Moonsault)
  • Sean Bull - Scissors Kick, Guillotine Leg Drop
  • Ethan Frost - Frost Bite (Shining Wizard), Fire and Brimstone (Double Chicken Wing Stretch)
  • Homoushi - Banzai Drop
  • Psycho Beast - DDT
  • Hash - Falcon Arrow
  • Brian Moore - Diamond Dust
  • Kronic - Kronic Bomb (Spinning Reverse Powerbomb)
  • "Bugs Bunny" - Springboard Leg Drop
  • "Elmer Fudd" - Sitdown Powerbomb
  • Steve Mitts - MGMF (Emerald Fusion)
  • Zack Degeneres - Degenerizer (Pedigree)
  • Mr. McQuality - Stunner
  • Krimson - Frog Splash, Choke Slam
  • Tajiri - Buzzsaw Kick, Poison Mist
  • "Stone Cold" Steve Austin - Stone Cold Stunner
  • Goldberg - Jackhammer, Spear
  • The Rock - Rock Bottom, 'The People's Elbow
  • Billy Gunn - Fame Asser
  • "Road Dogg" Jesse James - Pumphandle Drop
  • X-Pac - X-Factor
  • Taz - Tazmission, Tazplex
  • Raven - Evenflow DDT
  • Faarooq - Dominator
  • Bradshaw - Clothesline from Hell
  • Chris Jericho - Lion Tamer, Lionsault
  • Chris Benoit - Crippler Crossface, Diving Headbutt
  • Booker T - Scissors Kick, Book End
  • Paul Heyman
  • Mike Awesome - Awesome Bomb
  • Rhyno - The Gore
  • Edge - Spear, Impaler DDT
  • Christian - Unprettier
  • Triple H - Pedigree
  • Justin Credible - That's Incredible
  • Jeff Hardy - Swanton Bomb
  • Matt Hardy - Twist of Fate
  • Rob Van Dam - Five Star Frog Splash
  • Lance Storm - Canadian Maple Leaf (Single Leg Crab), Super Kick
  • The Hurricane - Eye of the Hurricane, Vertebreaker
  • Brian Adams - Full Nelson Slam, High Time (Choke Slam)
  • Bryan Clark - Meltdown (Pumphandle Power Slam), High Time (Choke Slam)
  • Diamond Dallas Page - Diamond Cutter
  • Test - Pumphandle Slam, Big Boot, Test Elbow Drop
  • Billy Kidman - Shooting Star Press, Kid Krusher
  • Ultimate Warrior - Big Splash, Military Press Slam

Female RosterEdit

  • Christina Ittner - Chick Kick, Springboard Bulldog
  • Meredith - Meredith Driver (Jumping Tornado DDT), Spank It! (Spanking)
  • Ivory - Poison Ivory (Sitdown Facebuster), Samoan Driver
  • Fluisa - Feel the Burn (Last Ride), Banzai Drop
  • Mahalia Pendragon - Pendragonrana (Dragonrana), Dragon Claw (Claw Hold)
  • Stephanie McMahon - Billion Dollar Slap
  • Lita - Moonsault, Twist of Fate
  • Rain - Rain Storm (Corkscrew Moonsault)
  • Cory - Twist of Fate
  • Daffney - Frankenscreamer (Frankensteiner)
  • Debra
  • Stacy Keibler
  • Bodacia - Lap Dance (Somersault Leg Drop), Torture Rack
  • Mighty Molly - Molly-Go-Round
  • Alanna Reynolds - Powerbomb/Death Valley Driver Combo
  • Madam Shoes - Twist of Fate
  • Paige - Blockbuster, Paige Turner (Michinoku Driver)
  • Leah Cox
  • Doris - Crippler Crossface
  • Nora - Burning Hammer, Nora Drop (Flapjack)
  • Ashley Sowinski - Ecstacy (Jumping Senton)

Title HistoriesEdit

EIWF World ChampionshipEdit

Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
World Champions
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin
1 August 4, 2001 2 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Steve Austin won the title against Goldberg to become the inaugural champions.
The Undertaker 1 August 6, 2001 72 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem The Undertaker defeated Austin after he defeated The Rock earlier in the night with help from Psycho.
The Ultimate Warrior 1 October 15, 2001 8 EIWF Arena EIWF Death Penalty
The Rock 1 October 22, 2001 18 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
The Undertaker 2 November 9, 2001 8 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury The Undertaker defeated The Rock, Chris Jericho, and X-Cutioner in a Fatal Four Way Match.
Kronic 1 November 17, 2001 58 EIWF Arena EIWF Blood Bath
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.
Psycho 1 June 21, 2002 15 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Psycho defeated Rob Van Dam to become the champion.
VACATED - July 6, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.

EIWF Intercontinental ChampionshipEdit

Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
Intercontinental Champions
Psycho
1 August 4, 2001 58 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Psycho won the title against Booker T to become the inaugural champions.
"Road Dogg" Jesse James 1 October 1, 2001 14 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
Madcow 1 October 15, 2001 32 EIWF Arena EIWF Death Penalty
Hades 1 November 16, 2001 59 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Madcow tried to retire without defending the title, but Commissioner Mick Foley told him to do it anyway.
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.
Chris Jericho 1 June 21, 2002 1 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Chris Jericho defeated The Rock to become the champion.
The Rock 1 June 22, 2002 14 EIWF Arena Backstage segment The Rock was handed the title after Chris Jericho quit the company.
VACATED - July 6, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.

EIWF European ChampionshipEdit

Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
European Champions
John Michael
1 August 4, 2001 <1 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury John Michael won the title against Max Turner to become the inaugural champion.
Shawn Michaels
1 August 4, 2001 6 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Shawn Michaels was handed the belt as Psycho felt John's character was too much like Shawn Michaels.
Billy Gunn 1 August 10, 2001 2 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem Shawn Michaels was injured by Chris Benoit and The Acolytes, so the title was given to Billy Gunn before he left to recover.
Chris Benoit 1 August 12, 2001 1 EIWF Arena EIWF War This was a Triple Threat match that also involved Slappy.
Tazz 1 August 13, 2001 23 EIWF Arena Monday Night Fury
Kane 1 September 5, 2001 4 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem This was a Tag Team match that was Chris Benoit & Kane vs. Tazz & Raven. The one who scored the pin would get the title.
Jared Matulevich 1 September 9, 2001 20 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury
Justin Credible 1 September 29, 2001 9 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury This was a Six-Pack Challenge that also featured Kane, Chris Benoit, Booker T, and Tajiri.
Lance Storm 1 October 8, 2001 3 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury This was a Gauntlet Match that also featured Kane, Chris Benoit, Booker T, Tajiri, Max Turner, Scott Whiteman, and Meeko, where whoever pinned Justin Credible became the champ.
Psycho Beast 1 October 11, 2001 23 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
Kurt Angle 1 November 3, 2001 14 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury
Ashley Sowinski 1 November 17, 2001 58 EIWF Arena EIWF Bloodbath
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.
The Undertaker 1 June 21, 2002 15 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury The Undertaker defeated "Stunning" Stevie Nelson to become the champion.
Kurt Angle 2 July 4, 2002 2 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury This match also unified the EIWF Hardcore Title with the EIWF European Title.
VACATED - July 6, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.

EIWF Hardcore ChampionshipEdit

  • This title had a rule where it was defended 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as long as someone had a referee with them at all times.
Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
Hardcore Champions
Madcow
1 August 4, 2001 2 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Madcow won the title against Jared Matulevich and Meredith to become the inaugural champion.
Raven 1 August 6, 2001 6 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
Chris Jericho 1 August 12, 2001 8 EIWF Arena EIWF War
Krazy Kid 1 August 20, 2001 16 EIWF Arena Monday Night Fury This was a Cage Match with the EIWF Light Heavyweight Title on the line at the same time.
The Hurricane 1 September 5, 2001 11 EIWF Arena Backstage segment The Hurricane took advantage of the 24/7 Rule in his debut post defeating Krazy Kid for the title.
The Demon 1 September 16, 2001 18 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
Cletus B. Grizzly 1 October 4, 2001 41 EIWF Arena Backstage segment Cletus B. Grizzly took advantage of the 24/7 Rule in his debut post defeating The Demon for the title.
The Rock 1 November 14, 2001 3 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Psycho strips Cletus B. Grizzly of the title for not meeting the deadline of title defenses. He gives it to The Rock without an opponent.
Madam Shoes 1 November 17, 2001 0 EIWF Arena EIWF Bloodbath
Zack Degeneres 1 November 17, 2001 58 EIWF Arena EIWF Bloodbath Zack Degeneres took advantage of the 24/7 Rule in his debut defeating Madam Shoes for the title.
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.
Kurt Angle 1 June 21, 2002 17 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Kurt Angle defeated Kane to become the champion.
VACATED - July 6, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.

EIWF Tag Team ChampionshipsEdit

Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
Tag Team Champions
The Brothers of Destruction

The Undertaker & Kane

1 August 4, 2001 6 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury The Undertaker & Kane won the titles against Gemini Drake & Kurt Angle to become the inaugural champions.
The Acolytes

Faarooq & Bradshaw

1 August 10, 2001 3 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury The Undertaker & Kane willingly give Faarooq and Bradshaw the titles upon Undertaker winning the EIWF World Title.
Edge & Christian 1 August 13, 2001 7 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem This was a Triple Threat match that also featured Gemini Drake & Slappy
The Acolytes

Faarooq (2) & Bradshaw (2)

2 August 20, 2001 40 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
The Hardy Boyz

Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy

1 September 29, 2001 9 EIWF Arena EIWF Uprising This was a Triple Threat match that also featured Kroni>
Bugs Bunny & Elmer Fudd 1 October 8, 2001 7 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
The Hardy Boyz

Matt Hardy (2) & Jeff Hardy (2)

2 October 15, 2001 91 EIWF Arena EIWF Death Penalty
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.
The Hardy Boyz

Matt Hardy (3) & Jeff Hardy (3)

3 June 21, 2002 1 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury The Hardy Boyz defeated The A.P.A. to become the champions.
VACATED - June 22, 2002 - - - The Hardy Boyz quit the company after Lita walks out.
Team Canada

Brad Taylor & Test

1 July 4, 2002 2 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Team Canada defeated The A.P.A. to become the champions.
VACATED - July 6, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.

EIWF Women's ChampionshipEdit

Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
Women's Champions
Christina Ittner
1 August 4, 2001 2 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Christina Ittner won the title against Fluisa to become the inaugural champion.
Fluisa 1 August 6, 2001 6 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem
Christina Ittner 2 August 12, 2001 48 EIWF Arena EIWF War Fluisa is stripped of the title after she inadvertently struck Chris Jericho with a flamethrower.
Bodacia 1 September 29, 2001 2 EIWF Arena EIWF Uprising
Mighty Molly 1 October 1, 2001 40 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem This match was originally scheduled to be Lita vs. Bodacia, but was changed after Lita was injured before the match.
Lita 1 November 10, 2001 7 EIWF Arena Friday Night Mayhem
Christina Ittner 3 November 17, 2001 58 EIWF Arena EIWF Bloodbath This was a Triple Threat match that also featured Fluisa.
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.
Lita 2 June 21, 2002 1 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Lita defeated Christina Ittner to become the champion.
VACATED - June 22, 2002 - - - Lita quits the company, thus declaring the title vacant.
Christina Ittner 4 July 4, 2002 2 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury This was a Triple Threat match that featured Fluisa and Nora.
VACATED - July 6, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.

EIWF Light Heavyweight ChampionshipEdit

Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
Light Heavyweight Champions
Krazy Kid
1 August 4, 2001 163 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Krazy Kid won the title against Tajiri to become the inaugural champion.
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.
Krazy Kid 2 June 21, 2002 17 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury Krazy Kid defeated Max Turner to become the champion.
VACATED - July 6, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down.

EIWF Submission ChampionshipEdit

Superstar Times Date Won Days Held Location Event Notes
Submission Champions
Kurt Angle
1 August 6, 2001 6 EIWF Arena Monday Night Mayhem Kurt Angle won the title against Chris Jericho to become the inaugural champion.
Gemini Drake 1 August 12, 2001 0 EIWF Arena EIWF War This was a Six-Man Tag Team match that featured Gemini Drake tagging with Kurt Angle and Max Turner against Kane, Faarooq, and Bradshaw. Whoever got a submission became the champion. Gemini won the title by making Faarooq tap out.
Kurt Angle 2 August 12, 2001 24 EIWF Arena Backstage segment Psycho awards Kurt Angle the title after Gemini Drake is fired from the company.
Chris Jericho 1 September 5, 2001 29 EIWF Arena Friday Night Fury
Ethan Frost 1 September 29, 2001 47 EIWF Arena EIWF Uprising This was a Triple Threat match that featured Homoushi.
Psycho 1 November 15, 2001 60 EIWF Arena Friday Night Mayhem Psycho awarded himself the title after Ethan Frost quit the company.
VACATED - January 14, 2002 - - - Every title is vacated as the company shuts down. The Submission Title becomes retired.

Stables and TeamsEdit

  • The Ministry - The Undertaker, Kane, Faarooq, Bradshaw, Lita, Mahalia, Raven, Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho
  • Team Incredible - Psycho, Krazy Kid, Chaos Kid, Psycho Beast, Madcow, Edge, Booker T, Tajiri
  • The Acolytes - Faarooq and Bradshaw
  • Team Xtreme - Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Rain, Cory
  • Dark Carnival - Ted Guthrie, Taz, Christian
  • Hardy Boyz - Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy
  • The WWF Rebellion - Gemini Drake, John Hawley, Mr. McQuality, Max Turner, Scott Whiteman, Meredith, Ivory, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Homoushi, Bodacia, Ted Guthrie, Taz, Christian, X-Pac, Billy Gunn, Road Dogg, Shawn Michaels, Ron Popeil, Adrian Pollack, Brian Moore, Hash, Meeko, Mark Little, Fluisa, Madam Shoes, Leah Cox, Ashley Sowinski, Stephanie McMahon, Brian Adams, Bryan Clark, The Demon (ex-communicated)
  • New Age Outlaws - Billy Gunn and Road Dogg
  • D-Generation X - Shawn Michaels, Triple H, X-Pac, Road Dogg, Billy Gunn
  • New Bloods - X-Cutioner, Madam Shoes, Diamond Dallas Page, Rob Van Dam, Stephanie McMahon
  • Dragon Circle - Mahalia, Zenkai, Daffney
  • Max Turner and Nora
  • Scott Whiteman and Ivory
  • Perfect Event - Jared Matulevich, Hades, Meredith
  • Kronik - Brian Adams, Bryan Clark
  • The Nightmares - "Stunning" Stevie Nelson, Scott Whiteman, Ivory

Pay-Per-View EventsEdit

Current ProjectEdit

Gemini Drake is currently trying to reenact several different events from this e-fed into the WWE '13 game on the PlayStation 3. However, because of certain drawbacks, such as no intergender matches, some may not make it in without hacking. This new project is entitled "The History of the EIWF", a ten part documentary hosted by Gemini Drake and Jerry "The King" Lawler.

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Superstars: Cletus B. Grizzly · Gemini Drake · Krazy Kid · Mark Little · Max Turner · Psycho · Scott Whiteman · "Stunning" Stevie Nelson · Ted Guthrie · X-Cutioner
Vixens: Christina Ittner · Fluisa · Leah Cox · Meredith · Nora · Paige
Databases: Roster · Pay-Per-Views · Championships · Wrestlers in Real Life · History of the EIWF

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