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CWF Rising Generation League EL DORADO kicked off with the introduction of commentary team Amber Gertner and Chris Riddle before action kicked off in the squared circle.
Corruption's Killa Koga entered with CWF Worldwide Television Champion Ethan A. Sharpe to take on newcomer Jamal Hewens in a singles tilt. Hewens, who was garbed in smiley faces, tried to make the fans smile but kept getting roughed up by Koga. Koga may have began toying with his opponent early but discovered that just because Jamal Hewen was smiling didn't mean he was serious about his match. Young Hewens wins by pinfall in what's easily considered an upset.
Singles action pitted two newcomers, Mike Killgannon against Damien Wright in an action-packed back-and-forth affair. The two displayed their skills in a great catch as catch can outing that ended up with Wright snatching a well-deserved win by pinfall.
CWF Worldwide Television Champion Ethan A. Sharpe entered next along with Corruption teammate Killa Koga to take on Snooty Foxx in a traditional ten minute television time limit match for the TV Title. Foxx, the reigning PWI Central Carolinas Champion, couldn't keep Sharpe in the ring and Sharpe never once hesitated to ask how much time remained several times during the match. Snooty did get his hands on Sharpe and Koga popped up on the ring apron to get his attention, allowing Sharpe to turn on the offense. Sharpe retained the title by rule after the ten minute time limit expired, the match a time limit draw.
"Wrestling's Last Outlaw" Sean Stephens entered next to take on the duly-elected Sheriff of CWF Mid-Atlantic, the popular "Cowboy" Kool Jay in singles action. The much larger Stephens manhandled the Cowboy and drove him into the canvas from his shoulders several times, but Kool Jay just kept getting up. Stephens had to wonder what drove the guy he was playing Human Lawn Darts with to continue getting up and fighting over and over again, and had time to ponder that point as "Cowboy" Kool Jay pulled off the pinfall win.
A highly-anticipated Street Fight was up next with Corruption's Dirty Daddy calling out Redemption's Nick Richards for a match that is normally even more violent than the usual wrestling contest. They brawled on the concrete floor and made several forays into the bleachers in front of the ring, sending fans scurrying away to avoid the fight. The match did end in the ring with Dirty Daddy getting the pinfall for the win over Richards.
All Star Jarry Carey entered next with Coach Gemini to introduce the current CWF Rising Generation League Champion, All Star TGA Moss. Moss had some words for the fans and more for the rest of the competition in the area before squaring off against newcomer "Mother Lover" Jake Tucker for the RGL Championship. Tucker made the most of his championship opportunity, taking the match to Moss from bell-to-bell. The impressive young grappler kept up with the buzzsaw that TGA Moss can sometimes be inside of the ring and stayed in the match until the very end well over fifteen minutes into the contest when Moss got the pinfall to end it.
The PWI International Trios Championship Trophy was once again unveiled in it's return to the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium in the possession of Viva Las Amish's Danny Vegas, Jebediah Moss and Hezekiah Hoskins. After winning the Championship last weekend in Japan, the first American title defense pitted the champions against the "OG" Pineapple Express, CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Pineapple Express' Number Braaah and Buddy Flowers with Redemption's Michael McAllister. A borderline wild battle broke out with Hezekiah Hoskins proving to be the "iron man" of the team, spending much of the bout in the ring as the legal man for his team. Big Jebediah proved to be the anchor, the one that sets up the opponent for the kill, which is frequently the chore of Vegas. After more than sixteen minutes of break-neck speed, the Amish were able to finish off the challengers, pinning one of the Tag Champions in the process.
Chris Riddle hit the ring to introduce the main event only to be preempted by All Star Jarry Carey who introduced Coach Gemini and "AceGawd" Arik Royal. Percy Prescott then interrupted the proceedings with an official announcement from PWI President William Cross, that Coach and Carey could NOT be present at ringside for the main event. Riddle introduced Adrian "Action" Jackson to a roar and the last two men to wear the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title belt went at it for possession of the gold.
The red-hot rookie went toe-to-toe with the experienced veteran and took him off of his feet several times with the tide of battle flowing between both men. Nearing the twenty minute mark a shadowy figure entered from the back door and slid to the ring, stood up and delivered a low blow to Jackson, allowing Royal to finish the match with a pinfall win. RGL Champion TGA Moss joined the celebration in the ring with Royal, Carey and Coach with a dejected and hurting Jackson sat in the corner.
The All Stars give the mic to the Champion and he told Jackson that he would one day be considered great, but not today. As the All Stars began to encircle Jackson, the locker room emptied with help for the fan favorite. Michael McAllister made a very strong point with the new champion before "Action" Jackson finally hoisted him up in the Torture Rack several minutes after the conclusion of the contest.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for on Saturday October 5th at 7:30pm for the 19th Annual CWF RUMBLE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Adrian "Action" Jackson tries to figure out how to finish off All Star Arik Royal in main event CWF Mid-Atlantic title action at CWF-RGL EL DORADO at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
Corruption's Killa Koga lifts Jamal Hewens by the leg in singles action.
Hewens cranks on the chin of Koga.
Killa Koga cranks the chin of Jamal Hewens on the canvas.
Koga whips Hewens across the ring into the ropes.
Mike Killgannon grabs the wrists of Damien Wright in singles action.
Killgannon drops to one knee as Wright gains an advantage.
Damien Wright armdrags Mike Killgannon hard to the canvas.
Killgannon gains a moment of advantage with Wright on the canvas.
CWF Worldwide Television Champion Corruptor Ethan Alexander Sharpe ducks out of the grasp of challenger Snooty Foxx in TV Title action.
Sharpe eyes the ring ropes as another possible means of escape from a fired-up Foxx.
The PWI Central Carolinas Champion continues to move toward the retreating TV Champion.
With Snooty Foxx's attention on Killa Koga on the floor, Sharpe attacks him from behind.
"Wrestling's Last Outlaw" Sean Stephens comes face-to-face with the Sheriff of CWF "Cowboy" Kool Jay in singles action.
Stephens lifts Kool Jay across his shoulders for a trip to the canvas.
Sean Stephens walks a mudhole dry through the duly-elected Sheriff of CWF.
"Cowboy" Kool Jay continues to return to his feet and "Wrestling's Last Outlaw" Stephens now wonders how.
Street fight rules action hits the concrete at ringside as Corruption's Dirty Daddy battles Redemption's Nick Richards.
Fans disperse as the fight climbs into the bleachers.
Dirty trips Richards into a steel chair, but Richards catches himself before impacting it with his face.
Richards sits Dirty Daddy in the steel chair and cross body blocks him!
"The Mother Lover" Jake Tucker goes behind CWF Rising Generation League Champion All Star TGA Moss, who has control of his wrist in title action.
Moss twists the wrist forcing Tucker to reconsider his attack.
TGA Moss goes hammerlock from behind and Jake Tucker begins to try to reverse it.
The "Mother Lover" bars the arm of the RGL Champion on his back on the canvas.
Viva Las Amish's Jebediah Moss and Hezekiah Hoskins frame the PWI International Trios Championship Trophy.
Hoskins ducks under the leaping Pineapple Express' Buddy Flowers in Trios Championship action.
Viva Las Amish's Hezekiah Hoskins discovers the unpredictable Michael McAllister tagged in for the "OG Pineapple Express".
CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Pineapple Express' Number Braaah poses with a cocky cover.
Buddy Flowers finds himself in the Trios Champions corner at the mercy of Jebediah Moss, Hezekiah Hoskins and Danny Vegas.
Trios Champion Vegas suplexes CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Champion Flowers to the canvas.
Jebediah Moss tags and and manhandles Buddy Flowers.
Viva Las Amish's Danny Vegas drops in for a visit with the prone Flowers.
PWI President William L. Cross' assistant Percy Prescott arrives during main event introductions to announce that Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey were barred from ringside during the match by order of Cross.
Adrian "Action" Jackson backs All Star "Ace" Arik Royal into the ropes with chops in a battle for the held-up CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title.
Jackson slams the AceGawd to the canvas.
"Action" Jackson waits on Royal to return to this feet.
Jackson displays the guns between shots across Arik Royal's shoulders.
Royal hoists Jackson up off of his feet.
Adrian "Action" Jackson tries to get the Ace up into the Torture Rack.
Arik Royal dishes out some of Jackson's own medicine to the rookie powerhouse.
After the match Royal has some kind words for Jackson, who is NOT buying it.
Adrian "Action" Jackson DOES get Royal into the Torture Rack minutes AFTER the conclusion of the main event.
CWF Rising Generation League returns to Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Saturday October 26th for a full card of pro wrestling fun! 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.
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