New England Championship Wrestling (NECW) is an independent professional wrestling promotion based in the Northeastern United States and has promoted events since 2000. It is currently owned and operated by promoter Sheldon Goldberg and is one of the top independent wrestling promotions in the New England- area.
Its roster has, at one point, included independent wrestlers Antonio "The Promise" Thomas, Slyk Wagner Brown and Rick Fuller as well its women's division World Women's Wrestling which includes some of the most prominent female wrestlers in the country such as Ariel, Sumie Sakai, Alere Little Feather, Riptide, Nikki Roxx, Lexxus, April Hunter, Malia Hosaka and Mercedes Martinez.
World Wrestling Entertainment wrestlers Kofi Kingston, John Cena, Kenny Dykstra and "Hurricane" John Walters also competed in the promotion during their early careers. Former WWE announcer Kevin Kelly was also involved at one time as a booker for the promotion.
- NECW Heavyweight Championship - The NECW Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship is the top professional wrestling title in New England Championship Wrestling. It was originally known as the NECW Heavyweight Championship until the title was unified with the PWF Northeast and Mayhem titles. NECW closed on November 6, 2010 and then-Triple Crown champion "The Real Deal" Brandon Locke was recognized as the PWF Northeast Heavyweight Champion. Six months after closing, NECW opened its doors back up, and they too recognized Brandon Locke as their NECW Heavyweight Champion.
- NECW Television Championship - The NECW Television Championship is a professional wrestling title in New England Championship Wrestling. The title was once unified with the PWF Mayhem Junior Heavyweight title.
- NECW Tag Team Championship - The NECW Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team title in New England Championship Wrestling. The title was later unified with the PWF Mayhem Tag Team title. NECW closed on November 6, 2010 and the championship was retained by PWF Northeast with Da Hoodz recognized as the champions.
- World Women's Wrestling Championship - The World Women's Wrestling Championship was a professional wrestling title contested in World Women's Wrestling and New England Championship Wrestling. It was originally known as NECW World Women's Championship until the NECW and PWF Mayhem Women's Championships were unified. The current champion is Alexxis Nevaeh, who is in her third reign. Due to the closing of NECW and WWW on November 6, 2010, Alexxis Nevaeh, who held the title at the time, was recognized as the former WWW Champion as the title was not retained by PWF Northeast.