A Special Photo Extra!
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
The barn doors at the CW-Bar-F Sportatorium opened for a night of high energy pro wrestling fun which began with a somber 10-bell salute for our old friend Donnie Steamboat.
Following the National Anthem Coach Gemini led "Too Cool" Mace Li to the ring for a singles bout against powerful Bellamy Koga. Big Koga took Li to the canvas and peppered him with power moves and strategic kicks. The youngest All Star held his own, turning the tables on his larger opponent and forcing the issue by making him submit on the canvas.
Tag team action was introduced as Donnie Dollar$ entered with "Made In Chicago" Jim Nash, and quickly turned into an infomercial for ICO and BitDon. The Cross Brothers' Aden and Christian answered the bell and the high-flyers went to battle against two ground-power based opponents. In a back and forth match, the Cross Brothers walked away victorious, leading to the immediate dissolving of business relations with between Dollar$ and Nash.
Mike Mars was introduced for singles action only to be intercepted in-ring by CWF's in-ring reporter Khan O'Kelly, who tried to get an answer about Mars' refusal to shake the hand of Aaron Biggs weeks ago. Mars roared, sending O'Kelly back to the ring apron and ringside camera duties as Redemption's Michael McAllister entered to take on Mars.
McAllister v. Mars was perhaps one of the most hard-hitting matches of the year to date, with both men raising whelps across the back and chest of each other. McAllister stunned big Mike Mars not once, but twice with a drop to the back of the head, but was unable to capitalize on the moves, with Mars winning the bout by pinfall.
Following intermission, RGL Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay entered the ring and introduced the winner of the night's Cowboy Costume Contest only to be interrupted by Coach Gemini and the All Stars. Gemini made the demand that Kool Jay give his man Mace Li a title shot at CWF Absolute Justice, which the Cowboy did finally agree to.
Ethan Alexander Sharpe, seconded by the limping Cain Justice, entered to take on familiar rival Dirty Daddy in singles action. The match devolved into a fight, and later into a brawl before referee Buddy Love called for the bell, throwing the match out as a No Contest after both competitors refused to follow his orders. The All Stars return to the ring, forcing out Dirty Daddy and Snooty Foxx to back up their cowboy friend. The official called on Senior Official Charles Richardson to take the in-ring position and an impromptu handicap All Star Rules tag match became the night's main event.
Coach Gemini, "Ace" Arik Royal and Mace Li were joined by Ethan Sharpe and Cain Justice to take on "Cowboy" Kool Jay, Snooty Foxx and Dirty Daddy and the bell sounded with the All Stars and friends all making a quick appearances across the ring from the RGL Champion. A crazy yet fun battle erupted as all of the competitors made their way into the ring and tussled, with the Cowboy in the ring for the majority of the match for his team, and they took the final duke in the bout with a pinfall win, allowing Kool Jay and team to ride off into the sunset to prepare for next week's CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2018. Happy Trails, ya'll!
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(Above) All Star "Too Cool" Mace Li cranks on the chin of CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay in main event handicap All Star Rules tac action at CWF-RGL LITTLE BIG MAN at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
Bellamy Koga grasps the wrist of All Star Mace Li in singles action.
Koga shoots Li to his back with a shoulder block.
Mace Li fights off Bellamy Koga, who stays in his face from bell-to-bell.
Koga stops Li with a boot to the midsection.
The Cross Brothers' Aden Cross drops in on the arm of "Made in Chicago" Jim Nash in tag team action.
Christian Cross goes to work on Nash as he eyes the opponent's corner.
Donnie Dollar$ cranks on the chin of the nearest Cross Brother.
Donnie Dollar$ elevates the physical value of Aden Cross into the rafters.
Mike Mars politely refuses comment to ringside reporter Khan O'Kelly and awaits his singles opponent.
Redemption's Michael McAllister cranks on the head of Mars on the canvas.
McAllister fights out of the corner after being left there by Mike Mars.
Michael McAllister drives Mike Mars to the canvas on the back of his head.
CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay introduces the winner of the Cowboy Costume Contest.
Coach Gemini and the All Stars step in and demand an RGL title shot for Mace Li at Absolute Justice.
Dirty Daddy drops Ethan Alexander Sharpe face-first to the canvas in singles action.
Sharpe grabs the hair of Dirty Daddy from his knees on the canvas.
Ethan Sharpe measures Dirty for a kick to the short ribs.
Ethan Alexander Sharpe drags the head of Dirty Daddy to the canvas by his hair.
Injured Cain Justice tags in early for the handicap All Stars Rules main event tag match to face RGL Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay.
All Star "Ace" Arik Royal walks around with Kool Jay across his shoulders, looking for a place to dump him.
Royal whips Dirty Daddy across the ring into the ropes.
"Cowboy" Kool Jay steps up to take on Royal toe-to-toe
All Star "Too Cool" Mace Li shouts down the Cowboy from a position of authority.
Coach Gemini. Yes, Coach Gemini. Coach Gemini puts Snooty Foxx in an abdominal stretch and poses.
Mace Li holds Dirty Daddy, allowing Cain Justice a free shot.
Introducing the Ethan Alexander Sharpe-Shooter.
CWF Rising Generation League returns to Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium SOON! Details, tickets, directions and more at CWFtickets.com!
(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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