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Corruption's Killer Koga & Dirty Daddy Win EVERYTHING TO LOSE and the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles at CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019!

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Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium

Gibsonville, NC


The commentary team of CL Party and Chris Riddle were introduced and CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019 kicks off with singles action pitting the masked Number Braaah against CWF Triple Crown Champion Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride. After a few exchanges about what's hip and what's not, Number Braaah found himself being brutally chopped by the heavy-handed McBride. The Boogie Woogie Man wouldn't let the masked man run and then when he did turn to fight, he would get chopped again. McBride wins by pinfall over the rookie Number Family member.

Tag team action was introduced next with the BitDon ICO's Donald J. BitDon and Otto "Wrestling Machine" Schwanz with Marketing Director Khan O'Kelly who were only mildly surprised to discover one of their scheduled opponents was injured and unable to compete. Joining Michael McAllister in the ring was rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson, with Nick Richards patrolling the ringside area as well as his limited mobility allowed. The McAllister/Jackson team is gelling nicely, but the veteran teamwork of the BitDon ICO turned the tide, allowing them to walk away with a big pinfall win.

Kazi Rules.

Aric Andrews entered the ring with a steel chair ready for a fight against a man he's vowed to force into retirement. Kamakazi Kid entered and the fight broke out immediately, leading toward the fire escape and involving fists, feet and a fire extinguisher. When they made it back into the ring Kazi enters a ladder into the match, eventually slamming Andrews' face into the top of it and following up with a steel trashcan to the head. Covered in blood Andrews continued. The entire front row on three sides of the ring was slippery with plasma and most of the front row fans scurried away from what looked like a walking car wreck.

Then Andrews took control of the match.

Super-human or inhuman, Aric Andrews got his bearings and began finding new ways to beat on the masked veteran, including kendo sticks and all sorts of plunder before leading to a table, which Kazi himself was thrown through by the woozy Andrews. Kazi then went back to his bag of tricks, going under the ring to produce a pillowcase full of thumbtacks, which he spread on the canvas in one corner. Moments later he drops Andrews into the glittering steel paingivers covering the canvas. Kazi grabbed a steel chair, had a few words for Andrews, who responded with a one finger salute. Kamakazi Kid destroyed the fourth steel chair of the bout across the head of Andrews, and ended the match with a three-count pin.

The Twitch crowd was treated to the first episode of Jerry Carey's Voice Report Halftime Show during intermission followed by guest rapper Allen Verde.

Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe entered for his first official singles bout against former partner Cain Justice, with friends hiding in the shadows. Justice was clobbered in the elbow by Dirty Daddy's steel pipe just as the referee called for the bell to begin the match. Justice refused to quit and began the match pretty much with only one arm. screaming at the official to let him fight. Sharpe and Justice went to work with the Corruptor taking a quick advantage over his one-armed opponent, getting in some substantial early shots. As Justice re-thought his capabilities, he finally got his hands on Sharpe and brought the match to the canvas. However, every time Justice began to get the momentum, Killer Koga would appear at ringside or on the ring apron, getting Justice attention and his wrath. Cain Justice defeated his personal demon by pinfall, leaving a fuming Sharpe in the ring.

EVERYTHING TO LOSE main event action was introduced, with the All Stars team of PWI International Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins' belt on the line and "Ace" Arik Royal, who had his hair put on the line by Coach Gemini. Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Bellamy Koga entered, putting their tag team itself on the line, followed by the team of CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay and PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx, who put their titles on the line. The final team, CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions TKOPA's Ulysse "OPA" Demos and "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr., who put the tag titles up for grabs.

The lucha-rules main event, which allows another competitor to enter when one exits the ring, found the All Star contingent also heavily involved, as "Cowboy" Kool Jay walloped Jarry Carey all over the floor and Coach Gemini at one point "tagged himself in" to the match to attack Ulysse Demos. Fifty-odd minutes into the match the flow reversed from TKOPA running the ring to the All Stars spotting an injury to the foot of Teddy Ireland Jr. and exploiting it. They isolated him and continued working over the injured foot, but TKO refused to submit. Corruption spotted an opportunity, grasped it and took the Killer Koga pinfall win over the injured Ireland Jr. to allow him and partner Dirty Daddy to become the new CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions.

As the crowd began exiting the building and goodbyes were said both at the arena and on Twitch, the new tag champions returned to the ring to brutalize the former champions and it seemed as if it was minutes before help arrived from the locker room area.

CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for CWF ALL STAR NIGHT - 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Kickoff on Saturday June 15th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at!

(Above) Corruption's Bellamy "Killer" Koga is on rubber legs after getting nailed by PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx during the main event EVERYTHING TO LOSE match at the CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019 at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.


Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride explains the Time Warp to the masked Number Braaah in singles action.

Number Braaah explains he just wants to hang ten and ride some gnarly waves. McBride is unimpressed.

McBride rag-dolls the Number Braaah, who is being held up only by the ring ropes.

"Hey kid, you know Nelson?"

Number Braaah finds a sleeper hold keeps the Boogie Woogie Man from chopping him.

Redemption's Michael McAllister tenderizes the chest of BitDon ICO CEO Donald J. BitDon in the corner in tag team action.

Adrian "Action" Jackson clamps down a leg scissors on BitDon ICO's Otto Schwanz.

The Wrestling Machine whips Action Jackson into the corner turnbuckles.

Donald J. BitDon palms the skull of Michael McAllister on the canvas.

The CEO slips out of the Torture Rack attempt of Adrian Jackson!

Kamakazi Kid introduces the emergency exit's fire extinguisher to Aric Andrews in Kazi Rules action.

Kazi drops a few boots into the ribs and back of Andrews on the concrete.

Kamakazi Kid flips out over the prone Andrews on the canvas.

Aric Andrews moments after meeting a ladder head-first and then a trash can.

Andrews drives the ladder into the chest of Kamakazi Kid.

Andrews looks for more plunder to attack Kazi with.

Aric Andrews goes back to the direct approach, straigh to the face of Kamakazi Kid.

Kazi drops back-first through a table that he introduced into the contest.

After pouring several thousand thumbtacks on the canvas, Kazi drops Andrews right in the middle of them.

The final conflict before the pin. Kazi clobbers the still arrogant Andrews with a steel chair.

Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe focuses his attack on the arm of singles opponent Cain Justice after it was sofened up on the floor by a steel pipe.

This. Just looks like it hurts. Ouch.

The Corruptor drives his knees into the back of Justice and lets gravity drop him to the canvas.

Ethan Sharpe drops boots on his former tag partner in their first actual singles bout.

Justice hits the turnbuckles only to discover Bellamy "Killer" Koga waiting...Again.

Corruption's Bellamy Koga ties up with CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay in main event Everything To Lose action.

Killer Koga tries to snap the wrist of CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions TKOPA's Ulysse Demos.

PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx pounds the spine of his former tag partner, Corruption's Dirty Daddy.

Snooty Foxx powers up Ulysse "OPA" Demos for a slam.

The Cowboy takes a quick gallop around the ring on TKOPA's Teddy Ireland Jr.

The boot of "Cowboy" Kool Jay meets the cranium of Corruption's Killer Koga.

Dirty Daddy pulls Snooty Foxx towards the turnbuckles.

Foxx focuses on PWI International Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins as All Star Arik "Ace" Royal moves in for the kill.

TKOPA's "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. kicks Killer Koga in the face after Ulysse Demos hoists him up.

Coach Gemini "tags in" for the All Stars and attacks Demos in the corner.

All Stars Royal and Wilkins try to surround Teddy Ireland Jr.

The focus of the All Star attack, the foot of Ireland Jr., becomes a problem for the tag champion.

Wilkins tries to force a submission out of TKOPA's "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr.

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action with CWF ALL STAR NIGHT - 2019 JOHNNY WEAVER MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT KICKOFF on Saturday June 15th at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! 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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