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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
1001 Springwood Ave.
After a trip to the 90's CWF's first-ever 90's Night kicked off with singles action featuring the Notorious Number Man taking on veteral Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride in singles action. McBride was mostly unimpressed with the powerful 2018 Model Number Man, and took him to the canvas for a pinfall win in well under ten minutes.
C.L. Party was up next to interview Corruption's Cain Justice and Ethan Sharpe. They immediately hijacked the interview with Cain screaming bloody murder at his partner about the disasters at the Weaver Cup Finals. They eventually exited the arena, still arguing on their way out.
Eight-man tag team action was up next, pitting the team of Donnie Dollar$, Otto Schwanz, All Star Mace Li and Aric Andrews taking on the team of "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs, "Headbanger" Mike Mars, Snooty Foxx and newcomer Blake Christian. A fast-moving brutal battle ensued with the seven "known" CWF stars involved getting most of the action in the first half of the match, leaving young Blake Christian fresh for his first tag into the bout. Christian made the most of the opportunity and displayed some high-flying excellence that resulted in the crowd chanting "Please Come Back" after the bout's conclusion. Dollar$, Schwanz, Li and Andrews too the pinfall win.
All Star Roy Wilkins and his entourage of All Stars, Jarry Carey, Mace Li and Arik "Ace" Royal, entered and called out newcomer "Fun Sized" Marko Stunt. The young grappler gamely hit the ring to answer the challenge and immediately began trying to roll up Wilkins for a three count after agreeing to take him on in singles competition. Stunt even tried bribery, but to no avail before Wilkins became somewhat serious in facing the man he called out earlier. With a little help from his friends, Wilkins stole a pinfall win over the visiting star.
Following the decision announcement, a figure left the bleachers and climbed through the ropes to confront the All Stars over their treatment of his young son during the match. About time when fans realized the man was a former multiple time Mid-Atlantic Tag Champion Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega, officials flooded the ring to keep the All Stars seperated from a very vocal Ortega until the ring was cleared.
Atlanta's Alan Angels entered the Sportatorium ring to challenge PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Cam Carter for the prestigious international junior heavyweight championship. The impressive visitor went straight to the face of the fan-favorite Carter, taking a page of the champion's playbook and wowing the fans with his abilities along the way. In a literal slobber-knocker, Cam Carter showed what he was made of by surviving the assault of the talented challenger, finally winning by pinfall to retain the championship.
Corruption's Ethan Sharpe and Cain Justice entered to challenge CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Blazing Saddles' Sheriff "Cowboy" Kool Jay and "Marshal" Michael McAllister in a title return match. Corruption, living up to their name, used a "spat" to lull the champions into losing their concentration. Despite Corruption's tactics and "plan", Blazing Saddles kept their heads in the match and withstood the onslaught until the Sheriff and the Marshal were finally able to capitalize on a mistake was made, with Kool Jay dropping out of the picture as Ethan Sharpe loaded up to kick him while being held by Cain Justice. Blazing Saddles ride off into the sunset with the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Titles in their saddle bags after a pinfall win.
The masked Corporate Number Dad was out next to take on the debuting CWF Dojo graduate, "TKO" Ted Ireland, Jr. in singles action. Dirty Daddy escorted the rookie to the ring and stayed in his corner for the entire match as the veteran hooded rule breaker broke out a variety of classic assaults and attacks on the rookie grappler. The Number Dad made several trips to the floor, basically every time Ireland began to show some momentum in the match. Ireland's eagerness worked in the masked man's favor in several crucial moments, allowing the Corporate Number Dad to get a late advantage, only to be dropped like a sack of flour to the canvas with a shot to the jaw from the rookie, who wins his first match by knockout.
The All Star entourage of Carey, Li, and Wilkins accompanied "Ace" Arik Royal to the ring for the main event shot at the PWI International Heavyweight Championship of "the 1st" Ric Converse. The referee cleared the ring area of the All Stars, sending them to the locker room before ringing the bell to begin the main event contest. A brutal war of attrition began with the tide turning in both directions as the war was waged. The two left it all on the canvas with Converse pinning the Ace just over thirty minutes, leaving both competitors gasping for breath on the canvas.
The All Stars chose that moment to return, attacking Converse and suddenly remembering that Roy Wilkins holds the CWF Golden Ticket. Before he could announce his intentions, commentator Smith Garrett jumped up from his table, grabbed a steel chair and cleared the ring. Screaming that he was sick and tired of All Stars always cheating to win, Garrett successfully cleared the ring of All Stars before they could invoke the right to the title shot.
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(Above) Alan Angels spots the floor after being flipped into the ring by PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Cam Carter in title action at CWF 90's NIGHT at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
The Notorious Number locks up with Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride in singles action.
Number Man drives kicks into the midsection which seem not to impress Boogie.
Number Man goes postal in the corner on the Boogie Woogie Man.
Former CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption appear to melt down during an interview.
Donnie Dollars chops Snooty Foxx in the corner in eight-man tag team action.
Headbanger Mike Mars knuckles up with Otto Schwanz.
Aric Andrews pounds the back of Aaron Biggs in the ropes in eight-man action.
All Star Mace Li grabs the chin of newcomer Blake Christian.
Blake Christian dropkicks Otto Schwanz in the mouth in eight-man tag team action.
Andrews walks around Christian after finally getting him off of his feet.
"Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs power slams Otto Schawnz to the canvas in eight-man action.
Marko Stunt offers All Star Roy Wilkins a dollar for a roll up.
"Fun Sized" Marko Stunt goes straight to the face of Wilkins center ring.
Stunt hangs on the ropes in pain after abuse by the All Stars.
Marko Stunt walks across the back of Roy Wilkin's head from the top turnbuckles.
Former CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion, retired Jesse Ortega, steps through the ropes in anger after his son was harassed by All Stars Mace Li and Jarry Carey during the Marko Stunt match.
Challenger Alan Angels controls the wrist of PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Cam Carter in championship action.
Carter knocks Angels to the canvas and makes a 90 degree turn toward the ropes.
Cam Carter reacts with a shot to the chin of Alan Angels.
Alan Angels proves beyond doubt his worthiness to challenge for the Ultra-J Crown Championship.
Angels chin never sees the hand of Carter coming at it!
CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Blazing Saddles' "Marshal" Michael McAllister and Sheriff "Cowboy" Kool Jay whip Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe across the ring into the ropes in return tag title action.
The Cowboy catches Sharpe in the face with a flying dropkick.
Cain Justice and Ethan Sharpe collide in what appears to be the disolving of Corruption.
"Marshal" McAllister runs through Corruption's Justice with a clothesline.
Cain Justice drops the head of Kool Jay across his knee for a stomp to the canvas.
"Cowboy" Kool Jay ducks and once again Ethan A. Sharpe kicks partner Cain Justice instead of an opponent.
"TKO" Ted Ireland, Jr. awaits his opponent Corporate Number Dad's participation in his first pro bout.
The Corporate Number Dad flexes his fingers after catching the recent Dojo graduate with a shot to the chin.
Corporate Number Dad drops, whipping the top rope into the chin of Ted Ireland, Jr.
Ireland makes eye contact with family at ringside as Corporate Number Dad tries to finish the bout.
PWI International Heavyweight Champion "the 1st" Ric Converse cranks on the wrist of the lone All Star, "Ace" Arik Royal in Championship action.
Converse rolls up Royal early for a pin attempt.
Converse cranks on the head of Royal mid-ring.
The athletic All Star drop kicks Converse off of the apron from the top ropes.
Royal flexes while tormenting Ric Converse in the middle of the squared circle.
The Ace points out his Fan Club President sitting at ringside while working over the leg of the Heavyweight Champ.
The referee is oblivious to the fact that Arik Royal has grabbed the ring ropes to add pressure to the Figure Four leglock he has locked on Converse.
"The 1st" Ric Converse drives a boot into the midsection of Royal on the ropes, with visions of Ric-Tor Scale finishers on his mind.
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(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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