The Grappler formed the Wrecking Crew with his protege Grappler 3 and Jeremy Blanchard.
In April 2015, a mysterious new Grappler joined the Wrecking Crew, calling himself Grappler 4. Though it was hinted by the announcers (and his signature tattoos) to be "TKO" Cody Smith, this has not been confirmed.
On the May 9th episode of West Coast Wrestling Connection, Blanchard rejoined the Wrecking Crew by allowing himself to be pinned by Grappler 3, thus losing the WCWC Tag team Championships. However, the titles were upheld due to the ending.
Return of The Grappler (2015)
In late 2015, The Grappler returned to WCWC and saved Gangrel from an assault by Wrecking Crew members Grappler 3 and Kassius Koonz. Morty Lipschitz, the new leader of the Wrecking Crew, introduced Dr. Goldfaarb, a doctor treating Grappler for an alleged "mental illness". During this time, Lipschitz occasionally provided updates on the "condition" of the Grappler.
Feud with Hammerstone (2016)
In late 2016, Alexander Hammerstone returned to enact revenge on his former stable. Aligning himself with Mikey O'Shea and Adam Thornstowe, Hammerstone began a crusade to take out the Wrecking Crew. In response, Grappler 3 added some new members in the form of Gallo, Jacob Fatu, Caleb Konley and JD Bishop.
In fall 2017, the Wrecking Crew acquired The Bonus Boyz after they fired their previous manager, Kate Carney. During a tournament to crown a new #1 contender to the WCWC Pacific Northwest Championship, Blanchard would introduce a new member to the Wrecking Crew, Mike Camden.
- Grappler 3's Finishing moves
- Loaded Boot (Kick with a loaded wrestling boot)
- Jeremy Blanchard's Finishing moves