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Redemption Is Redeemed At CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2018 As Richards And McAllister Win CWF Tag Team Titles!
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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2018 kicked off with young Garrett Coleman taking on established "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs in a singles contest. Coleman held up his end of the match, making aggressive moves on the veteran, sending him to his knees, but couldn't withstand the Aaron Biggs Thesz Press, allowing him a pinfall win.
Tag team action was introduced next with Donnie BitDon and Otto Wrestling Machine entering with a sales pitch to take on the exciting young Cross Brothers, Aden and Christian Cross. The fan-favorite Cross Brothers took the veterans to task but were worn down and eventually bankrupted by the BitDon CEO and The Wrestling Machine, who take the duke via pinfall.
All Star "Too Cool" Mace Li, along with Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey, enter to take on CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay with a five-minute shot at Coach Gemini on the line if the champion wins the match. Mace turned up his game, and went toe-to-toe with the champion for much of the bout, but eventually had to use a helping hand from the Coach to get an advantage, which was short-lived after the Cowboy turned the advantage and forced Li to submit.
Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey wasted at least a good two minutes of the alloted time in the ring with Kool Jay, adjusting equipment, securing proper headgear and getting a handful of gum knotted in the Coach's jaw. Every time the RGL Champ advanced, Coach retreated, even while wearing his signature brass knuckles. The Cowboy did eventually catch the Coach and had him screaming in pain when All Star Roy Wilkins chose that moment to return from his extended vacation, saving the Coach. The ring official demanded the time remaining, which was two seconds, and grabbed the arm of Coach Gemini before he could strike Kool Jay with the steel weapon when the bell rang.
Best of Three Falls tag team action between So Time's Snooty Foxx and Dirty Daddy and Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe and Cain Justice kicked off with a textbook first fall displaying how tag team wrestling should be done, with So Time winning the fall in just over two minutes. The second fall was one that found Dirty Daddy alone in the ring with Sharpe and Justice taking turns trying to make him quit. Corruption wins the second fall evening the score and requiring the third fall, with Tornado Rules to commence. So Time won the third fall and the match in less than another four minutes, but Snooty Foxx was attacked at ringside and physically chained to the ringpost with a steel chain and padlock. Corruption then turned their sights on Dirty Daddy and tried to put him on the shelf with a nasty doubleteam with Justice dropping from the ropes on an exposed elbow.
Anything Goes action was introduced next as Brad Attitude made his way to the ring to await his familiar opponent Chet Sterling, who put his Guaranteed Title Shot he won at the Weaver Cup Tournament for another go-around with Attitude. Sterling entered from the lobby, pulled Attitude down to the floor and commenced to pummel him mercilessly at ringside. After rolling Attitude back into the ring, Sterling went around the ring tossing all sorts of plunder in from under the ring before using it piece-by-piece to hit Attitude in the face or head. Given a moment, Attitude recovered and went on a brutal tear of his own before Sterling flipped Brad Attitude over his head from the turnbuckles into six steel chairs set up on the canvas. Chet Sterling then got the "easy" pin on Brad Attitude to retain his title shot.
The CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Dawson Brothers then interrupted proceedings demanding the main event EVERYTHING TO LOSE match begin. Joining the Dawsons and their titles were Redemption's Nick Richards and Michael "the Fury" McAllister, who put their partnership on the line. PWI International Heavyweight Champion "the 1st" Ric Converse and his title entered, followed by PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Cam Carter, CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee and CWF Worldwide Television Champion Aric Andrews and their titles. Six belts representing five titles were placed in limbo as the bell rang and the war began. Trevor Lee and Cam Carter started the bout in earnest with both displaying their technical abilities before the Dawsons became involved and stirred the pot with a blind double-team and a rash of tags. Aric Andrews refused to tag in and eventually joined the Dawsons in their corner before joining in and directing traffic for his "team".
The fight raged for well over twenty-five minutes before CWF Tag Champion Zane Dawson found himself seated on the corner turnbuckle with a face full of CWF Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee's boot in his mouth. Nick Richards put the shoulders of Zane Dawson a moment later to the canvas for the three count and the historic reign of the Dawson Brothers came to an end as the Redemption reign began.
(Above) Chet Sterling flips Brad Attitude in ANYTHING GOES singles action at CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2018 at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
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"Cowboy" Kool Jay Regulates On The Pesky All-Stars And Friends At The Conclusion Of CWF-RGL LITTLE BIG MAN!
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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.
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Two Titles Change Hands At Benefit Championship Wrestling's STARS AND STRIKES In Burlington NC On A Sunday Afternoon!
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The CEO of BitDON Donnie Dollar$ was out first to take on Sugar Dunkerton in singles action. Dollar$ did the whole immovable object deal to perfection against Sugar D, but was unable to fight off a loss by pinfall from the impressive veteran.
Nick D entered with one half of the Mid Atlantic Outlaws, Matt Houston, to take on another ring veteran Tre-G in a singles contest. In a spirited battle of the bulls, Houston took the win via pinfall.
Challengers $outh$ide Playas' J-Money and Will B. Smooth with Nick D entered, followed by BCW Tag Team Champions 1st Gen's James Anthony and Victor Andrews, then challengers the BTF Connection's Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride and Tank Lawson and challengers "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs and Snooty Foxx for one-fall four-way tag title action. The champions went big air, the Playas went to the floor, the BTF Connection went old school and the Rampaging Foxx team went physical in a slobber-knocker of a tag team event. When the smoke cleared, the referee raised the hands of the $outh$ide Playas, awarding them the BCW Tag Team titles with a pinfall win.
Shane Martin with manager Sean Cruise entered to do battle with Chris "TNT" Taylor for the brand new BCW North Carolina Championship. Cruise almost helped his man to the new title, but Taylor used a bit of skill, a little momentum and a stroke of good luck to beat both men for the title.
Redemption's Nick Richards was out next to take on "OMG" James Ryan in a singles match that BOTH competitors had been pointing to on social media for weeks. The ring could not contain the two, who battled around the ring, into the seats and on the floor at ringside, barely breaking the referee's count on several occassions. James Ryan picked up the pinfall win over Nick Richards, and I'm sure these two will meet again sometime in the future.
Otto Wrestling Machine made his way to the ring to do battle with CWF Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee in a non-title singles bout. OWM pulled some college wrestling moves out to add to his arsenal and fans almost witnessed a collegiate-style match until Trevor Lee turned on the jets and took the Machine down for the pin.
The Extreme Horseman's C.W. Anderson was out next to do battle with Brad Attitude in a singles match. Anderson went for a quick pinfall, which Attitude escaped followed by a quick pin attempt of his own that the referee almost laughed at, with Attitude's feet both draped across the middle ropes. The Hardcore Enforcer followed the retreating Brad Attitude to the floor and plunder may have became involved. Or at least a garbage can. C.W. Anderson wins the match by pinfall, as you may say, in the comfort of his own element.
All Star Roy Wilkins made his way to the ring to take on Chet Sterling in a singles bout. Science and flight were presented to the fans on display by both wrestlers until we thought a decision had been made, but the referee reversed his own call and restarted the match, taking away what was thought to be a Wilkins win. Chet Sterling took advantage of the match restarting and set out to finish off the All Star by pinfall in a little over two minutes after the restart. Sterling was successful in his quest.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champion Dawson Brothers' Zane and Dave Dawson entered first, followed by their opponents the Gymnasty Boys, who put on a dazzling tag title belt display of their own. Somehow ALL of the title are put on the line and a nasty fight erupts. Timmy Lou showed off his elegance and "White" Mike Jordan spoke the word of the street, but Dave Dawson stayed on the attack much like his brother Zane, became quite violent as the match wore on. After all of the tag title belts were introduced into the ring, the referee called for the bell and disqualifying both teams for use of the belts in the match.
BCW Heavyweight Champion "Ace" Arik Royal made his way to the ring to defend the title against replacement challenger Chip Day. With his original opponent away in Australia, Day was tabbed weeks ago as the man with the #1 Contendership. I personally have witnessed a majority of Royal's career matches and I've never witnessed a match of Chip Day's that I didn't walk away impressed. The power of Arik Royal is not what one would believe and he took it to Day for the entire bout. The impressive part was the amount of pain and brutality Day withstood to stand up and take the title away from the cocky champion by pinfall.
Benefit Championship Wrestling STARS AND STRIKES raised $850.00 for disabled veterans of Alamance County! BCW returns to action on Sunday November 11th for the Second Annual Relay For Life Benefit!
(Above) Brad Attitude gets one across the chops from the "Hardcore Enforcer" C.W. Anderson at BCW STARS AND STRIKES at Burlington NC's Positive Attitude Youth Center.
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Birthday Surprises, An Impressive Debut and A Cowboy Riding His Favorite Horse Highlight CWF-RGL THE WORLD IS YOURS!
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Coach Gemini led his entourage of All Stars to the ring for a singles bout pitting "Ace" Arik Royal against the veteran Dirty Daddy. Royal played the waiting game, making Dirty wait to lock up and actually wrestle in an attempt to goad him into doing something rash, but he never bit. He did go tornado when he did finally get his hands on the Ace but with Mace Li and the Coach at ringside, Royal was able to keep away from Dirty as much as he wanted to, eventually wearing down the Dirty Daddy and beating him by pinfall as the time limit expired.
Tag team action was intoduced as Donnie Dollar$ entered with his first investor, Sean Cruise, to take on Chris "TNT" Taylor and Bellamy Koga. A hard-hitting battle ensued with Cruise being worked over by both Taylor and Koga, requiring Dollar$ to step in and protect his investment. The Dollar$-Cruise team wins by pinfall as BitDON goes live.
Masked Hombre Dos entered next to take on Snooty Foxx in singles action. Playing hard to get, the Hombre exited the ring and argued with the fans, the referee and Snooty Foxx before finally returning and beginning the match. Foxx found himself on the defensive for a stretch in the match before firing up and finishing off the pesky luchadour with a kick to the mouth and a Nikita Koloff-like "Russian Hammer" for the pinfall.
The All Stars made their way to the ring once again, with Arik Royal and Coach Gemini seconding "Most Cool" Mace Li as he takes on PWI International Heavyweight Champion "the 1st" Ric Converse in non-title singles action. Converse went for his favorite finisher early only to find Coach Gemini grasping him by the ankle from the floor. With his concentration broken, Li escaped and returned to try to teach one of the most decorated wrestlers in history a "lesson" on the mat. Mace Li did catch Converse in a Figure Four leglock, but the champ reversed it and ruined the young All Star's night with a pinfall win.
Birthday boy Ethan Alexander Sharpe was out next, asking for the house mic to most likely hawk his t-shirts (he didn't!). After being refused a shot at the RGL title, RGL Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay moseyed out to the ring and took him on in singles action. Sharpe tried to put down the champion, but he kept getting back to his feet to take a little more before turning it around and finishing off Sharpe with a convincing pinfall win. Sharpe was not a happy man and began screaming at the referee...
...When CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee entered with a mic. Lee informed Sharpe that since it was his birthday, he'd give him the greatest gift he could offer, a shot at the title. Sharpe pulled himself up and accepted and an un-scheduled Mid Atlantic Title match began. Fans shouted as Lee twisted the arms, wrist and even fingers of Sharpe, who howled in pain. Even dressed in casual shorts and tennis shoes, Trevor was able to force a submission from Sharpe, who's birthday was apparently ruined.
Newcomer Dylan Bostic entered to take on Chet Sterling in main event singles action. Bostic sold himself as a real talent moments into the match, taking what was given and giving out his own against the red-hot Sterling. Chet and Dylan for most part were a dead heat from bell-to-bell, with Chet turning the advantage his way with a couple of moves that caught the impressive newcomer in mid-air and then crashing into the canvas. In a match-of-the-year candidate, Chet Sterling pulled off a pinfall win after Dylan Bostic got hung across the top ropes in perfect position for a Sterling leg drop from the top ropes.
CWF Mid-Atlantic's Rising Generation League returns to action on Saturday June 2md for CWF-RGL LITTLE BIG MAN at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium and tickets are available NOW at cwftickets.com. See You At The Sportatorium!
(Above) CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee suplexes Ethan Alexander Sharpe in a Surprise Birthday Title Match at CWF-RGL THE WORLD IS YOURS at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Got a few moments, weeks actually, to relax and ponder the upcoming summer of hot wrestling action that's about to be upon us. CWF Mid Atlantic's Summer Blockbuster ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2018 arrives on Saturday June 9th at the Sportatorium. The Rising Generation League, the hottest little show in the Carolinas, returns on June 2nd at the Sportatorium as well.
Hats off to Jimmy Harris for putting on another afternoon of matches for Alamance County (NC) disabled veterans. The summer episode, BCW STARS AND STRIKES, pulled in another $850.00 for the veterans and BCW will return on Sunday Nov. 11th for the 2nd Annual Relay For Life Benefit at the Positive Attitude Youth Center in Burlington NC.
BCW gives me the opportunity to also touch base with some old friends who I don't see as often as I'd like, most notable, the real-life pro wrestling icon J-Money and my other little brother Will B. Smooth, the $outh$ide Playas. We have a long history and they are both dear friends, as is J's wife and full-grown kids. Tre-G has been involved with the BCW experience for about a year now, he's one of the guys from way back, a regular in the Roxboro area regardless of the banner we ran under, and it's great working on events with him again.
Another quality young man I enjoy watching in the ring and speaking to when time permits is my favorite Chikara performer Sugar Dunkerton. He gets it, people. I think he was on the road with the Gymnasty Boys, "White" Mike Jordan and Timmy Lou Retton, another couple of guys I enjoy watching in the ring a lot. Also, I didn't get the chance to speak with Chip Day, but yeah, another match, another impressed viewer. Pretty darn consistent in that, which is a benchmark in today's wrestling world. Quality performer. Pretty cool guy.
There is a very good possibility that most of you will want to wear sunglasses to summer events that I'm covering. For your own protection from my extremely white legs, as I'm sure that at some point I WILL don the shorts. You have been warned!
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