Daily Archives: February 10, 2011


Juggalos, we know a lot of speculation is rollin’ around about what happened on Wednesday, February 9th, at The Modern Exchange in Southgate, MI during the JCW Tag Team Tournament, but we’re here to set the record straight!

What it comes down to is that we wanted to have free beer for everyone twenty-one and up at the event. We checked with the venue and they told us that supplying free beer to the Ninjas of legal drinking age wouldn’t be an issue. It was fockin’ on… we thought.

Unfortunately, the venue was mistaken. Not more than five minutes into the first match the police came in and straight up shut us down. Yes they could have been cool about it and came in earlier before we opened doors and told us “no beer”. There would have been no problems, nobody would have drank a thing, and we could have had a great night regardless. But instead they waited until things got under way and everybody was having fun. They came in deep, surrounded the building, and shut the entire show down. The owner of the venue was heavily fined. Some of the Juggalos in attendance were even ticketed for underage drinking. It was the bone all around!

The official response to this utter madness from Psychopathic Records is this… THE SHOW MUST GO ON!

JCW will make its big, unscathed return to The Modern Exchange in Southgate, MI on February 23rd for a bigger, badder, and brighter show than anything we’ve done before! So for anyone who purchased tickets to the canned JCW Tag Team Tournament on February 9th, we will be honoring those very tickets at this new, even fresher event!

Join us February 23rd at the Modern Exchange as we present, for the first time ever outside of the Gathering, FLASHLIGHT HYSTERIA! 8 Huge matches with four official flashlight bouts! Check this out: A brand new flashlight autographed by the Insane Clown Posse, JCW Champion Corporal Robinson, and 2 Tuff Tony will be handed out to every single ‘Lo and ‘Lette who walks in the door! During these exciting flashlight matches, the only light on the wrestlers will be from the many flashlights in the hands of the Juggalos. This is something new, original and extremely unique from JCW, and it’s JUGGALO PATENTED BITCH! Also appearing at this amazing show, returning to JCW after a four year hiatus is world renowned wrestling superstar Vampiro!

Because the Tag Team Tournament never had a chance to happen, we’ve figured out a new way to crown champions. The main event of Flashlight Hysteria will be a “16 Man, Tag Team, Flashlight Battle Royal!” 8 teams will enter and one team will go home as the new JCW Tag Team Champions!

Nothing will stop us this time! We’re coming back even stronger! Nothing can fade us, even a little. They cannot kill the freshness! They cannot dim the shine of our karma. Do not let what happened on the 9th deter you from coming out, having a blast and being with family on Feb 23rd at Flashlight Hysteria! Plus every other Wednesday after that! Together we are invincible and that is what the world does not understand!

If you are unable to make it out to JCW’s Flashlight Hysteria on February 23rd, you can send your “Tag Team Tournament” tickets to the address at the bottom of this post and we will refund you promptly.

Tickets for JCW’s “Flashlight Hysteria” are also available right now at all Ticketmaster Locations as well as Hatchet Gear.com and at The Modern Exchange. Hurry, get your tickets now as capacity is limited!

For Tag Team Tournament refunds send your tickets to:
Psychopathic Records
P.O. Box 620
Farmington, MI 48332




Juggalos cause trouble and have JCW closed by Police


Anyone there give us more info  but it looks like juggalos were causing so much trouble with violence and under age drinking the police had to shut the JCW wrestling down – Hopefully this occurs at more juggalo events and venues.

Southgate, Michigan

Insane Clown Posse’s Juggalo Championship Wrestling event raided and shut down by law enforcement.

Wednesday nights Juggalo Championship Wrestling (JCW) show was off to a red hot start. Hundreds of Juggalos were hyped up and ready for an evening of professional wrestling and music based entertainment at the Modern Exchange in Southgate Michigan. It was the long awaited tag team championship tournament which would see 8 teams enter, and 1 team leave with the championship belts. In the opening minutes of the show DJ Clay hyped the crowd with turntable wizardry, while event host Kevin “KG” Gill welcomed the energetic capacity crowd, and dropped a bombshell announcement that a new commisioner has been appointed to oversee JCW. It was none other than Insane Clown Posse co-founder Violent J who emerged from behind the curtain holding a massive axe to a thunderous ovation.  He entered the ring and let his intentions be known via a passionate interview segment that kicked the show off on a high note.

For the first match in the round robin tournament, the unlikely duo of “Richie Boy” Bryer Wellington and his Butler Geeves along with manager Truth Martini were the first to the ring, and to say the crowd does not like these gentleman would be the understatement of the year. The jeers of the crowd turned to cheers when the familiar sounds of “Homies” bumped through the soundsystem and JCW World Champion Corporal Robinson and his partner 2 Tuff Tony entered the ringside area for this exciting first round match.  The tension in the air was thick, as the teams showboated in the ring during the pre match introductions and the crowd was  loud and pumped for the bell to sound and the confrontation to kick off.

Once the bell rang, the crowd was absorbed in this battle between good and evil, and a handful of minutes ticked by as the action unfolded in the ring.  What happened next is something that is remarkable even within the wacky world of professional wrestling. In a coordinated effort, nearly a dozen police vehicles descended on the building, and law enforcement officials flooded the venue in everything from standard uniforms to body armor and ultimately attempted to enter the ring which drew a raucous chant of “FUCK THE POLICE” from the ninja’s in attendance.  Perhaps the audience recognized that Detroit, a city known locally as “The Murder Mitten” and nationally as the murder capital of the country would have more pressing issues than stopping several hundred people from having an enjoyable night out and supporting the local economy while watching wrestling history be made?

With the show officially shut down and no options on the table to allow the show to proceed, Police began attempting to clear the room while KG made an announcement that everyone would have their money refunded for tickets purchased via mail or via refund at the venue, with more details to be announced.


JH 100000 >>> JUGGALOS 0

Mongols Motorcycle Club to attend gathering of the juggalos ?? OH HO


And to KM, crack some skulls when you get to the gathering. Throw those ******** out one by one! I’m gonna make it to the Gathering one way or another!

I’m not coming alone. It turns out Esham owes some money to a gang in Cali known as the Mongols over a weed deal that ended with esham underpaying them.

Looks like juggalos have invited the Mongols outlaw motorcycle club to attend the gathering and look for a fight. Have juggalos planned massive violence at this years gathering ????

Ban the gathering