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Trevor Lee Retains CWF Title at CWF END OF AN ERA And Surrenders Title To Officials; Team BitDon Defeats Redemption For CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles!

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Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium

Gibsonville, NC


You could cut the anticipation with a knife an hour before doors opened and the fans came ready to see history made at the Sportatorium. CWF END OF AN ERA 2019 kicked off with a six-man tag team bout between a few fellows with some history, with the team of Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe, Dirty Daddy and Bellamy Koga squaring up against CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay, Snooty Foxx and "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. The match seemed personal and some ugly intentions may have surfaced along the way, but the fan favorites, Kool Jay, Snooty and TKO maintained their composure and won by pinfall.

"Pitbull" Steven Idol was up next to take on veteran Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega in singles action. The two exchanged pleasantries, chops, kicks and holds in a brutal physical match up of two determined competitors who offer no quarter. Both men blistered each other's chests and displayed their abilities to counter holds but the Pitbull ended up on top with Ortega tying him up unaware his OWN shoulders were on the canvas.

Kamakazi Kid entered with a house mic as did Aric Andrews and referees hit the ring to keep distance between the two as vulgarities and threats ensued. Andrews exited the back door leaving Kazi sputtering mad in the ring with the referees.

CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs was introduced and CL Party entered to choose an opponent at random, as is custom. The envelope chosen read "Arik Royal and Roy Wilkins" and BOTH entered when their names were mentioned. Senior referee Charles Richardson called for the house mic after the All Stars entourage entered and ordered that there would be no "All Stars Rules" in his ring. Mike Mars made his entrance and Richardson waved off the scheduled TV Title match and ordered a tag team match in it's place, pitting Royal and Wilkins against Biggs and Mars.

Coach Gemini reluctantly encouraged his team to enter the ring at their own chosen pace as the Rampaging Beast snorted and roared awaiting a fight inside the ring. Royal and Wilkins took turns trying to guage how serious Biggs was approaching the match and discovered that their opponent was most definitely all in. It took nearly a half hour for the All Stars to capitalize on a double-team opportunity, but they did chalk up a pinfall win in the record book.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Redemptions' Michael McAllister and Nick Richards were out next to defend against the team of Number Man and Corporate Number Dad. The masked accountant duo showed up game but were unable to use their incredible math abilities to help figure a way to win the tag titles, falling to the champions by pinfall. That's when Team BitDon arrived.

DOnald J. BitDon, Otto Schwanz and Khan O'Kelly hit the ring and with the house mic, the CEO demanded the champions defend against them. After trading a few barbs, the champions agreed and the bell was rang. The Wrestling Machine hit the ring like a tornado and eventually yeilded the canvas to his partner BitDon, who kept adding value to his own team's effort, compounded daily. With the sum of Schwanz impacts and BitDon boots adding up astronomically, turned the tide and paid off with a pinfall win to bring the tag titles to Team BitDon.

The main event kicked off with the introduction of challenger Cain Justice and CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee. The student v. teacher battle unfolded in real time, in both mercurial and painful reality with the teacher ruling the classroom and the student surviving and advancing to the next lesson. Trevor Lee showed the student a few things he'd not taught him and Cain Justice actually turned the very same moves against him as the match progressed. A half hour in and both are showing signs of the wear and tear of the contest and by the hour mark, Trevor Lee is encouraging Cain Justice to get back to his feet and "fight some more". Cain Justice did. Time after time.

At one hour, fourteen minutes and 19 seconds referee Redd Jones called for the bell declaring Cain Justice could no longer defend himself, signifying Trevor Lee the winner and champion. Trevor bellowed out that if Cain could get back to his feet, he'd continue the match with the belt on the line. Cain returned to his feet and the match resumed. Less than thirty seconds later, Trevor Lee pinned his protege to retain the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title with the entire roster surrounding the ring. Lee collapsed to his knees in one corner and Justice crumpled on the match across the ring. PWI President William L. Cross hit the ring with the house mic and immediately went to Cain Justice to tell him that HE is the future of CWF, not to hang his head, he'd went an hour fifteen with Trevor Lee.

Lee took that opportunity to surrender the title back to Cross, leaving the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship officially Vacant as he returns to the WWE.

Everything that followed before the event broke up was both incredible and heartfelt. Emotions surfaced and stories began being shared. The fans did NOT want to leave even after more than an hour after the final bell and nearly 1 AM Trevor is still in the lobby talking to fans and signing autographs for the fans wishing him well on his new adventure in the world of the WWE.

The Young Lions of CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action Saturday February 23rd at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF-RGL THERE'S AN RGL SHOW! Tickets now at!

(Above) Cain Justice ties up CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee in the main event title match at CWF END OF AN ERA 2019 at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

Live from CWF END OF AN ERA 2019!

"TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. cracks the wrist of Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe as Snooty Foxx looks on from the corner in six-man tag team action.

Snooty Foxx offers partner "Cowboy" Kool Jay Sharpe's arm as a prime target.

Bellamy Koga feeds TKO a diet of ring boots.

Koga lifts the RGL Champion off of his feet and takes him back to his own corner.

"Happy Trails to youuuuuu..."

Corruption's Dirty Daddy is proud of his accomplishments inside of the squared circle.

"El Fuego" Jesse Ortega locks up with "Pitbull" Steven Idol in singles action.

The Pitbull chops away at El Fuego in the corner.

This is going to hurt you more than it hurts me.

Ortega ducks a clothesline by Idol.

CWF's League Of Referees try to keep space between Kamakazi Kid and Aric Andrews.

Tag team action erupts after shenanigans was uncovered in choosing at TV Title challenger with All Star "Ace" Arik Royal finding himself across the ring from the "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs.

PWI International Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins hits the brakes as Biggs advances on him.

Roy Wilkin's finds himself in dire straits.

Mike Mars grabs the wrist of Roy Wilkins for a trip across the ring.

Royal unleashes his inner Rock over Mike Mars.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Redemption's Michael McAllister fights for control with the masked Number Man in tag title action.

Redemption's Nick Richards offers up a hand to the extremely wrinkled Corporate Number Dad.

McAllister covers the Number Dad for a pin attempt.

Number Man applies a beatdown to Richards.

Donald J. Bitdon helps up tag champ Richards after Redemption accepted the challenge to defend the belts a second time.

Otto "Wrestling Machine" Schwanz fights up with Michael McAllister from his knees.

The number you have dialed is a non-working number!

BitDon CEO cuts off the wind of McAllister on the canvas as the referee counts for the break.

Cain Justice and CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee acknowledge each other in-ring before going to battle for the title.

The champion begins with a little hand and wrist manipulation.

Justice goes to the canvas forcing Lee to approach more cautiously.

Cain Justice drives his knees into the spine of Trevor Lee in a surfboard move.

Lee hesitates before moving in again on Justice on the canvas.

Cain Justice mid-way to his own painful surfboard.

Justice cranks back on the arm and shoulder of Lee on the canvas.

Trevor Lee bridges back and grabs the face of Cain Justice.

Justice begins to feel the constant attack on his ankles and legs.

Trevor Lee tells Cain Justice to get up and continue.

Justice catches the champion in the chops in the corner, sending him counting his teeth.

Challenger and champion collide as they fight in close.

Trevor Lee ties up Cain Justice like a human pretzel and turns him onto his head.

Lee pulls back on the chin of Justice far from the ring ropes.

Cain Justice continues to fight back against his teacher.

Trevor Lee hits the double stomp on Cain Justice.

Justice to the top ropes with Lee hot on his heels with a wrist being bent.

Trevor Lee goes "caveman" on Cain Justice on the canvas, trying to force him to quit.

The fight over, Trevor Lee wins by pinfall and retains the title.

Before Lee surrenders the title, PWI President William L. Cross encourages Cain Justice about his incredible main event against a new WWE Superstar.

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

The Young Lions of CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to center stage on Saturday February 23rd at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF-RGL THERE'S AN RGL SHOW! Purchase your seats NOW at CWFTickets.COM!

Directions to the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

(From Greensboro) Exit Interstate 40/85 on exit 138, making a left turn at the end of the exit onto Highway 61. At the signal, turn right onto Highway 70. Make a left turn at the signal at Springwood Church Road, which turns into Springwood Ave. The Mid Atlantic Sportatorium is located on the right hand side of Springwood about a mile from Highway 70.

Or GPS us at: 1001 Springwood Ave. #15 Gibsonville NC

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