A Special Photo Extra!
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
The man from the Red Planet, Mike Mars entered first and exited first after wiping up the ring with the young masked Metallico in singles action. Mars finished off the youngster by pinfall in a little over two minutes.
Ivan Ali was out next to take on the returning veteran Nick Richards in singles action. Ali controlled much of the bout but as per his history, Nick Richards just wouldn't allow himself to be pinned. Richards won the hard-fought victory by pinfall with Ali adding more to his in-ring experience files for the future.
"Wrestling Machine" Otto Schwanz entered for singles action against young Chris "TNT" Taylor and after a moment to figure out what the Wrestling Machine was capable of, Otto went off. He played with his prey for a while and put him away with a convincing pinfall in Taylor's Sportatorium debut.
Tag team action was then introduced as Bellamy Koga & "Pitbull" Steven Idol entered to take on So Time's Snooty Foxx & RGL Champion Dirty Daddy. Koga and Idol presented a formidable force, with both men taking control of the bout when the opportunity presented itself, but fell to a fired-up So Time team by pinfall.
Former Worldwide TV Champ Aric Andrews and Lee Valiant interrupted the program, with Andrews demanding his "guaranteed title rematch" against new TV Champion Jesse Adler. Official Brad Stutts informed him that his name was indeed in the barrel to be drawn, with every other contender due to previous petitioning by Andrews to the front office. Ethan Alexander Sharpe was drawn as the official challenger and entered the arena, followed by the Worldwide Television Champion Adler. In his first TV title defense, Adler dispatched his challenger with time to spare by pinfall, but was then attacked by Aric Andrews and Lee Valiant.
Cam Carter ran in from the back to help out the TV Champion and after some damage was done to Adler's knee, Andrews and Valiant tried to exit the arena. Stutts once again ordered a match between Andrews, who was dressed and ready to wrestle and Cam Carter, who just happened to be watching from behind the curtains on stand-by. The visibly limping Adler didn't leave ringside as the bout began, but rather stood guard on Lee Valiant, keeping him from interfering in the outcome of the bout. Cam Carter responded to this break by taking control for most of the bout and finally sending Andrews to the canvas for the three count as Adler neutralized Valiant on the floor.
Tag team action hit the ring following a crooked apple bobbing competition that ended in a confrontation. The Sandwich Squad's Mecha Mercenary and Aaron Biggs were joined in their corner by CL Party to take on the All Stars' "Ace" Arik Royal and Mace Li with Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey for the Halloween Special main event. Of course the All Stars pulled some of the Coach's favorite shenanigans, but were unable to capitalize on their successes after Royal was sent to the concrete and Li was bounced around like a super ball. Sandwich Squad wins by pinfall leading into their six-person showdown coming to CWF Ultimate Survivor which adds both Jarey Carey and CL Party to the match!
(Above) Agent Skully holds down the entranceway at the CWF-RGL HALLOWEEN SPECIAL at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
Mike Mars jerks the masked Metallico up off of the canvas in singles action.
The man from the Red Planet awaits Metallico to return to his feet again.
Mars pulverizes the back of Metallico.
Mike Mars hoists up Metallico for a spike into the canvas.
Nick Richards and Ivan Ali both show that they have followed the referee's commands to break in the corner in singles action.
Ali slams Richards to the canvas with authority.
Ivan Ali wonders what else he has to do to finish off Nick Richards.
Ali helps Richards back into the ring with a hand full of scalp.
The "Wrestling Machine" Otto Schwanz awaits hostilities in singles action against Chris "TNT" Taylor.
Taylor, at this point, may be wondering where he knows Otto from...
Schwanz pulverizes the spine of Taylor.
The "Wrestling Machine" puts a bear hug on TNT.
So Time's Dirty Daddy drops the "Pitbull" Steven Idol to the canvas on his face in tag team action.
So Time's Snooty Foxx hits the ring ready for war.
Bellamy Koga gets Foxx off of his feet but is not sure yet how to finish him off.
Your CWF Rising Generation League Champion Dirty Daddy drops in on Koga on the canvas.
CWF Worldwide Television Champion Jesse Adler locks up with challenger Ethan Alexander Sharpe, his fan-drawn opponent for the evening.
Sharpe uses Adler's hair to help home in on his face with a fist.
Sharpe threatens to destroy the knee of the TV champ.
Ethan Alexander Sharpe drops both knees across the leg of Jesse Adler.
Cam Carter celebrates dropping former CWF Worldwide Television Champion Aric Andrews on his face in singles action.
Carter considers his next move as Andrews struggles back to his feet.
With a diversion or two from the floor, Andrews tries to rip off the face of Carter on the canvas.
Cam Carter connects and sends Aric Andrews to rubber-leg street.
Sandwich Squad's Mecha Mercenary stands over All Star Mace Li in main event tag team action.
Sandwich Squad's Aaron Biggs moves in on All Star "Ace" Arik Royal.
Royal looks to make an impression on Biggs with a blistering chop.
Mecha makes his own imprint on Royal's chest in the corner.
Mecha Mercenary shoulder blocks Li to the canvas.
Biggs and Mecha drop Mace Li like a bad habit! (At least they didn't make a wish!)
CWF Rising Generation League returns to Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium soon! Details, tickets, directions and more at CWF247.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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