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Wrestlers from both locker rooms surround the ring on a knee to watch Roy Wilkins and CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion All Star "Ace" Arik Royal battle for the belt in main event Heavyweight Title action at CWF BATTLECADE XX at Burlington NC's Positive Attitude Youth Center.

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Roy Wilkins wins the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title from "Ace" Arik Royal at CWF BATTLECADE XX at the Positive Attitude Youth Center in Burlington NC! Details & more below! MUCH MORE!! The biggest photo extra in Insiders history!

All Star Arik Royal retains the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title against "Smoothest Skywalker" Cam Carter in the main event at CWF INVINCIBLE at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville NC! Hook yourself up below with the photos AND the whole story! Why wait?

Samoa Joey teams with PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx and Sheriff "Cowboy" Kool Jay to defeat all three members of Corruption in six-man main event action at CWF-RGL JOEYMANIA III - NIGHTMARE ON SPRINGWOOD AVE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Get the scoop and the photos below!

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Beautiful lobby floor graphic at the recently closed Mid Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville NC!

The current PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion "Southern Savior" John Skyler won the title at CWF BATTLECADE XIX at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

"Cowboy" Kool Jay celebrates winning the 19th ANNUAL CWF RUMBLE by eliminating PWI International Heavyweight Champion Brad Attitude at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee is surrounded by Coach Gemini's All Stars at the conclusion of CWF BATTLECADE X8 at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Hometown hero Snooty Foxx speaks to his fans after defeating Dirty Daddy to become the first-ever PWI Central Carolina Champion at CWF TARHEEL TERROR at Chapel Hill NC's Hargraves Community Center.

Running in to replace an injured referee, Andrew Everett encourages Cain Justice to keep fighting the John Sklyer leglock attampt in main event first-round 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament action at CWF ALL STAR NIGHT at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

Mid Atlantic Legends Rich Landrum, Sandy Scott, Johnny Weaver, Rocky Kernodle, Don Kernodle & Tim Nelson meet prior to the 2007 Johnny Weaver Invitational Tournament Finals at Burlington NC's Carolina Sports Arena.

The championship celebration spills over into Khan O'Kelly's Twitch Aftershow as the All Stars' Roy Wilkins & Arik Royal win the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles from Corruption's Dirty Daddy & Killer Koga at CWF OH WHAT A SUMMER at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

Don and Rocky Kernodle present Tournament Champions and CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. and Ulysse "OPA" Demos the Kernodle Tournament Trophy after the main event at the 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament Finals at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay puts the old band back together for a Cowboy Country Jam following the main event at CWF-RGL THE NEXT EPISODE at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

"Southern Savior" John Sklyer gets dropped to the canvas with authority by "Broken" Matt Hardy & Brother Nero in Three-Way Omega Tag Title action at CWF-Omega-Impact OMEGA BOWL at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

CWF BATTLECADE XX Crowns Twenty Years Of Pro Wrestling Excitement With An Emotional Night Of Memories!

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Positive Attitude Youth Center

Burlington, NC


On the heels of a surprise announcment of the closure of the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium and the CWF Training School, the mood before CWF BATTLECADE XX was somber and the fans came out for what could be the last event of the 20-year run of CWF Mid-Atlantic Wrestling. A sold-out Positive Attitude Youth Center was slammed full with no seats left to be had. A minute after the announced bell time, the National Anthem played and fans welcomed owner/PWI President William L. Cross to the ring eager to hear about the future of the company. An amazing "CWF!" chant began as Cross entered with Percy Prescott and discussed the history of CWF and the possible futures. He also told the fans what I personally have been telling folks online and off, that we are all tired. Really tired.

Cross then announced that Pro Wrestling International was about to have it's first-ever Commissioner, bestowing the mantel to a stunned Prescott. Smith Garrett's music blared and he enters the arena with a house mic and makes a few comments about his past conflicts with management before climbing into the squared circle. Being his usual aggressive self, Garrett's words triggered another entrance, this time of former AWA World Heavyweight Champion (and multiple-time CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion) "the 1st" Ric Converse, who hit the ring like a tornado. Cross then suggested that perhaps we should begin the event with a non-scheduled contest between the two, and the new PWI Commissioner agreed and ordered a referee to the ring for singles action between the two.

Converse went full force of nature on Garrett when the bell sounded and referee Robby Walsh stepped out from between the two former friends. "Slick Diddy" turned it up another notch and began taking out all of his frustrations on the loud-mouth Garrett as the crowd started chanting "Ric-Tor Scale!" Smith Garrett, to be fair, did get in a couple of shots, one on Converse and then one as his back hit the canvas with Converse on top of him for the three-count. Garrett skulked out of the ring after being pinned in under two minutes by a man he's told us he could easily defeat inside of the ring as the crowd went wild as CWF BATTLECADE XX was indeed underway.

The first schedule contest followed, as PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx entered to accept the title challenge of Labron Kozone, who was accompanied by his manager Sir Oaks to the ring. A physical conflict followed with Kozone taking the advantage over the fan-favorite Foxx early and trying to build momentum to walk away with the Central Carolinas Championship. Sir Oaks attempted to become involved and it helped fire up Snooty Foxx and his fans to build the momentum to turn the tide of battle and allow Foxx to finish off Kozone by pinfall to retain his title.

C.L. Party entered to introduce the next contest, a featured non-sanctioned "six-man tag" match between Chris Riddle and his team of Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr., Michael "the Fury" McAllister and the surprise entrant Chasity Taylor after the introduction of Team Bit-Khan, CEO Donald J. BitDon, Nicholas K. Richards, Thomas A. Roberts and Ella Envy. The bell rang and a four-on-five contest ensued with Khan O'Kelly watching the others fight on the floor around ringside and taking it all in from higher ground. Envy and Taylor squared off and fought back into the ring as the remaining combatants continued brawling at ringside. Referee Carlos Hernandez faced the most challenging contest of his career and tried his best to keep his eyes on all of the battles in and out of the ring. After nearly seven minutes of war in the Positive Attitude Youth Center, Team Riddle took the duke by pinfall, winning Chris Riddle the five minutes alone he's wanted for so very long with Khan O'Kelly.

As the five-minute period began, O'Kelly laced his running shoes and made Riddle chase him for a couple of minutes before ever laying a hand on him. O'Kelly flew through the ropes to the floor and got back to his feet with a bloody nose and fire in his eyes, climbing right back in to the squared circle to even things up with his rival. Riddle never backed up, continued moving forward against the host of the long-time CWF AfterShow on Twitch and finally got hold of him and somehow managed to hit a wrestling move on him, sending Khan to the canvas. Riddle saw his opportunity and secured his first pinfall in his first match ever over the BitDon Corporation Marketing Director.

All Star Jarry Caray was out next to introduce the CWF Rising Generation League Champion TGA Moss for his title defense against the popular rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson, who held the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title for nearly a week earlier in the year. Moss, one of the hottest young properties in the sport, was confident and smiling as he locked up with the powerful Jackson with referee Joseph E. Hogan looking on. The smile turned to a look of concern as he could never get Jackson off of his feet for longer than a second and Jackson soon started signalling he was ready to put TGA Moss in his finisher, the Torture Rack. TGA Moss fought his way out of the first attempt, hitting the floor and regrouping before climbing back through the ropes to continue the match. Moss worked over the rookie's back area but determination beat out the pain of the moment and TGA Moss was soon dangling across the shoulders of the young powerhouse Action Jackson. Moss surprisingly (?) tapped out after eleven minutes in the ring with Jackson, and the fan favorite secured his first actual title from Moss, who eventually shook hands with him and let Jarry Caray help him put on his newly-won title belt. PWI President Cross took that moment to announce that the new "flagship promotion" of PWI, Firestar Pro, will become the new home of the Rising Generation League Championship since their training school is making a real name for itself from it's successful graduates.

The CWF Worldwide Television Championship bout was up next pitting Corruption's founder Ethan A. Sharpe against the popular "Cowboy" Kool Jay for the belt. CWF Tag Champions Killa Koga and Dirty Daddy remained at ringside to help insure the title never left the grasp of Corruption group. Sharpe was on his game, clad in Skeletor-inspired gear and referee Robby Walsh had his hands full with the entire Corruption faction at the ring. The Cowboy was all business as he climbed through the ropes to take on a familiar foe with a major title on the line and made a bee-line directly at Sharpe on the bell. Sharpe backed up a bit but couldn't keep out of the grasp of the focused long-time RGL champion, despite the additional help at ringside. If this is indeed the "final roundup" for CWF Mid-Atlantic, the Cowboy cemented his legacy as a giant-killer, pinning Sharpe for the win and the title to a roar from the crowd.

CWF Senior official Charles Richardson climbed through the ropes to officiate the next contest, a Four-Way CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Title match pitting champions Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Killa Koga against the challengers Viva Las Amish's Hezekiah Hoskins and Jebediah Moss, who entered along with manager Danny Vegas and Betsey the Chicken. Two-time former tag champions Pineapple Express entered next with Buddy Flowers and "Starboy" B.K. Westbrook (formerly Number Braaah) showering the fans with munchies as they circled the ring. "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs and Mike Mars entered to man the fourth corner and the bell rang on a ring full of men fighting for a title. Betsey was shuttled back to the locker area as the battle ensued, each member of all four teams getting up close and personal with the others. The battle became a bit of a marathon and several times spilled onto the floor as the eight men fought for the tag team gold. When the smoke finally cleared from the in-ring explosion, Corruption exited completely title-less with Mike Mars and Aaron Biggs securing the titles by pinfall.

The PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship was on the line as champion "Southern Savior" John Skyler entered with the beautiful Top Rope Belts championship strap. Hometown favorite, challenger Andrew Everett entered and referee Redd Jones was contracted to officiate a first-time Last Man Standing Championship contest and called for the bell. The match sprang to life and in minutes both men were brawling on the floor all over the arena. As they two went to the far side of the room where the bleachers were located, Everett was seen cutting a backflip off of them onto Skyler on the wooden floor. As they made it back to the ring area, Skyler started looking for some weaponry, producing both a steel chair and a logging chain from under the ring to begin taking apart the surgically repaired knee of the challenger. Both men shed blood in this violent display of grit and determination and the fans reacted as if they felt every blow that was dealt, sitting sometimes in silence and standing screaming at the tops of their lungs. Hometown boy Andrew Everett withstood the onslaught from the veteran John Skyler hit him with a handful of backflips from the top rope before the referee counted out Skyer with a ten-count, earning Everett the Ultra-J Crown Championship.

The CWF Alumni Battle Royal kicked off following intermission, with all of the officials at ringside as DeAndre Jackson, Viva Las Amish's Danny Vegas, Micheal "the Fury" McAllister, Bobby Yela, El Diablo, Victor Andrews, Pineapple Express' B.K. Westbrook and Donnie Dollar$ kicked the event off in the ring when the bell sounded. Every thirty seconds, more wrestlers made their way to the ring, with Capital Vices' Sinn and Money, new TV Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay, Jesse Adler, "Iceman" Joe Storm, Dem Killbillies' Evan Banks and Aric Andrews with Bobby Joe Neal, Justin Duke with Kristin Duke, Tank Lawson, PWI International Heavyweight Champion Brad Attitude, "High Definition" Steve Greene, "the 1st" Ric Converse, Ultra-J Crown Champion Andrew Everett, Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride and Xsiris rounding out the field. As the ring emptied via eliminations, another competitor made his way to the ring, the masked Grand Daddy Numbers. William Cross rushed to the entrance and pleaded with the masked man not to put his life in jeopardy by entering the match.

Grand Daddy Numbers refused to back away and with a little help made his way into the ring for his first-ever match in CWF Mid-Atlantic. Numbers has been involved in tag matches in the past, but never made it into the ring (or even onto the apron) before the contest ended, but he was determined and the remaining wrestlers, Boogie, the Fury, Everett, Converse and Lawson all turned and with a hand from the masked man, eliminated PWI International Heavyweight Champion Brad Attitude. Numbers squared up for a fight, but the other competitors began jumping over the top ropes to the floor, eliminating themselves until Grand Daddy Numbers was standing in the ring all alone for the win. William Cross hit the ring with Andrew Everett and with tears in their eyes, unmasked Grand Daddy Numbers to reveal Everett's 85 year old grandfather Everett Wenkle under the hood. The emotion in the entire building at that time was indescribable. Absolute adoration hit the ring in waves as they helped the long-time CWF Stage Manager out of the ring victorious.

Referee Redd Jones was in the ring as the main event was introduced with All Star Jarry Caray introducing the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion "Ace" Arik Royal and his former best friend Roy Wilkins, who stood across the ring with a look of determination in his eyes. The bell rang and two bulls collided in the center of the squared circle in perhaps the most important bout on the 20th Anniversary card. Two men who have trained side-by-side for years and knew each other well pushed aside aprehension and fought tooth and nail for the biggest prize in CWF Mid-Atlantic.

Every hold, counter and move was made with the object being to wear down the opponent. They fought in for well over a half hour before the tide turned in the favor of the challenger after the bout moved primarily to the canvas and the entire locker room entered and surrounded the ring to cheer on the main event. Wilkins became the new CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion in an incredible contest by pinfall, and seemed honestly surprised that after the dust settled, Royal offered him a hand and then a hug as he strapped on his title belt. Both men left it all in the ring at Positive Attitude Youth Center, that I can say without hesitation, in a five star battle for the legacy of the CWF Mid-Atlantic company.

The fans remained in their seats as thank yous were being made, stirring as if to leave until the theme music of Trevor Lee sent everyone back to their seats as he entered the arena. The NXT star (now known as Cameron Grimes) took the mic and fought back tears while recollecting his years training and competing win CWF Mid-Atlantic. No one wanted to leave, despite the late hour after a marathon series of exciting matches and the looks of exhaustion on their faces. The fans left smiling and the fans left in tears. No one dodged that last bullet, not the wrestlers, the crew or anyone else invested in CWF Mid-Atlantic. It was simply and sincerely the most emotional pro wrestling event I have witnessed in my 30 years in the business. No one was spared. You really wouldn't want to see how many Kleenex I went through just writing this report.

(Above) "Southern Savior" John Skyler produces a steel chain from underneath the ring to us in Last Man Standing PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship action against challenger Andrew Everett at CWF BATTLECADE XX at Burlington NC's Positive Attitude Youth Center.

"Mr. Battlecade" Ric Converse calls Smith Garrett back to the ring after new PWI Commissioner Percy Prescott orders his first match.

Garrett stares in disbelief as he's ordered back to the ring.

"The 1st" Ric Converse drives Smith Garrett face-first into the canvas with the Ric-Tor Scale in impromptu singles action.

PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx enters to defend his title against veteran LeBron Kozone.

Foxx bars the arm of Kozone on the canvas.

Donald J. BitDon deposits some pain into the back of Team Riddle's "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. in non-sanctioned six-person tag team action.

Michael "the Fury" McAllister sends Team BitKhan's Nicholas K. Richards away from the ring as fights erupt around the entire ring area.

Ireland, Chasity Taylor, Chris Riddle and McAllister celebrate their team's win, giving Chris Riddle five minutes alone in the ring with Khan O'Kelly.

Khan O'Kelly eyes Chris Riddle as he celebrates his pinfall win.

All Star TGA Moss makes his entrance to defend the CWF Rising Generation League championship against a red-hot young fan favorite.

Moss and Adrian "Action" Jackson collide in mid-ring in RGL title action.

That look on your face when you realize you have just won the RGL title by submission with the Torture Rack.

CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Corruptor" Ethan A. Sharpe enters with the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Killa Koga.

"Cowboy" Kool Jay rides the Old Town Road toward the ring for a shot at the television title.

The Cowboy goes straight to the face of the Corruptor en route to becoming the new CWF Worldwide Television Champion.

Your CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Champions enter for Four-Way Tag Title action.

Danny Vegas leads Viva Las Amish's Jebediah Moss and Hezekiah Hoskins to the ring for a shot at the gold.

The Pineapple Express' "Starboy" B.K. Westbrook and Buddy Flowers hit the ring for the Four-Way battle.

Mike Mars and "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs await a turn in the Four Way Tag Title bout.

Mars and Biggs exit as the new CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions at BATTLECADE XX.

The Last Man Standing PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship match between champion "Southern Savior" John Skyler and challenger Andrew Everett spills into the bleachers.

Skyler whips Everett with a steel chain he pulled out from under the ring.

Referee Redd Jones looks on as John Skyler chokes Andrew Everett with his belt.

Making his way to the locker room an Ultra-J Crown Title belt lighter, Skyler exits BATTLECADE.

Andrew Everett celebrates his new reign as PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion.

Mark James brutalizes "Cowboy" Kool Jay in the CWF Alumni Rumble.

Capital Vice's Money chokes the Killbilly's Evan Banks in the corner as Michael "the Fury" McAllister and "High Definition" Steve Greene look on.

Tank Lawson tries to eliminate his own tag team partner Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride as Dynasty's Brad Attitude, Xiris, "Slick Diddy" Ric Converse and "Simply" Steve Greene reunite briefly.

Grand Daddy Numbers sizes up the rest of the competitors surviving in the Alumni Rumble as the all slowly turn toward PWI International Heavyweight Champion Brad Attitude.

Grand Daddy Numbers wins the CWF Alumni Rumble!

Grand Daddy Numbers unmasked, Everett Wenkel, "William L. Cross" and Andrew Everett celebrate the 85 year old rookie's upset win.

The main event of CWF BATTLECADE XX pits former tag team championship partners Roy Wilkins against CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion "Ace" Arik Royal.

Royal drops an knee onto the elbow of the prone Wilkins.

Roy Wilkins cranks back on the arm of the AceGawd on the canvas.

Royal sounds off as he stretches the midsection of Wilkins.

The exact second Roy Wilkins becomes the new CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion.

Our friend and former champion Trevor Lee has to compose himself as he speaks to the fans.

CWF BATTLECADE XX concludes with a "so long" rather than a "goodbye".

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"People still totally freak when I tell them that I stopped watching wrestling on television in 2001, the night Vince McMahon's face showed up on WCW's big screen to be exact. Everyone swears I need to know what's going on in WWE in order to put on a wrestling event. It hasn't stopped me yet, if I need inspiration I simply dig out my collection of wrestling tapes from the 80's and 90's, and yes, that includes WWF, WCW, WCCW, UWF, and the rest of the alphabet soup that makes up today's wrestling. - Randy "Randolph" Hedrick

Mid Atlantic Legends Sandy Scott, Johnny Weaver & Rich Landrum began the 2007 Johnny Weaver Invitational Tournament Finals at Burlington NC's Carolina Sports Arena.

Mickie James stares at guest referee TNA's Cookie as she calls for a break on Amber O'Neal in main event ladies action for Pro Wrestling Superstars at Jacksonville NC's Commons Rec Center.

CWF INVINCIBLE Features Four Huge Title Bouts and Challenges Leading Toward CWF ULTIMATE SURVIVOR XVII and "the Grand-Daddy" CWF BATTLECADE XX!

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Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium

Gibsonville, NC


After a rare live television do-over, commentators Chris Riddle and Brian Morris were introduced and the first match made it's way to the ring to kick off CWF INVINCIBLE at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

Isaiah Frazier was introduced for singles action and discovered the "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs breathing down his neck even before the bell sounded. Newcomer Frazier was a bit tentative at first before figuring out a means to inflict a little pain on the much larger Biggs. The impressive Isaiah Frazier took the momentum and made it his own minutes into the bout much to the surprise of everyone in the Sportatorium. Then something touched a nerve, fired an impulse perhaps, inside of Biggs and he regained control with a roar and pinned Frazier for the win.

The All Stars were out next, Coach Gemini and Jarry Caray with RGL Champion TGA Moss and Jamal the Titan. Coach informed the fans that he has initiated Jamal the Titan into the All Stars and that business was looking up when LaBron Kozone entered the ring and warned his friend Moss about the history of abuse by the All Stars to even top talent like Roy Wilkins. TGA Moss and the Titan took exception and attacked Kozone, who was then helped out by Michael "the Fury" McAllister and Adrian "Action" Jackson. As the smoke cleared, PWI President William L. Cross ordered a six-man contest between the All Stars, including Coach Gemini, against Kozone, McAllister and Jackson.

The six-man began hot with LaBron Kozone holding court against both Moss and Jamal before letting his partners into the match. Five wrestlers competed against each other as the sixth took a seat at the commentary table for live in-match commentary. With about eleven minutes gone in the match Coach Gemini returned to the All Stars corner, waiting until one of the opponents was flat on his back before asking for a tag. Coach tagged in got the pinfall in the record book for this six-man tag.

Newcomer Mikey Banker was out next to take on PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx with the belt on the line. Banker took a few moments to get his bearings and then began returning fire to the Carolinas Champion, keeping the balance hanging by a thread between the two. With a technically sound outing, Banker also impressed the fans with his abilities in the ring and on the ropes before Snooty Foxx ended his challenge by a pinfall to retain the title.

The Corruptor Ethan A. Sharpe was out next to defend the CWF Worldwide Television Championship against the masked Number Braaah. Sharpe arrived to the ring with CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Killa Koga in tow, making the match a three-on-one affair behind the ring official's back. Number Braaah started out hot, hung ten and got big air, relegating the champion to the canvas for much of the match. The odds changed with a little help from Sharpe's friends and the Corruptor actually retained the title by a pinfall win against the game Number Braaah. After Corruption left the arena, Corporate Number Dad entered and grabbed a house mic. He got into the ring and told his son that tonight was a life lesson about how people will treat you if you let them and suggested he "grow up", ending by breaking his son's boogie board in half to make his point.

Following intermission, a special live performance by pop star Ella Ivey was introduced. Ivey entered with security and began "singing" one of her Grammy-nominated hits and the crowd rejected her loudly. In a fit of rage, the BitDon International recording artist melted down asking for a house mic to berate the fans for not knowing anything about music. Percy Prescott entered the arena with a house mic and attempted to approach Ivey in the ring, but was blocked by security. He told her to do us all a favor and exit tha arena, causing even more distress in the singer.

BitDon CEO Donald J. BitDon, Public Relations Director Nicholas K. Richards and Khan O'Kelly entered for tag team action against Sheriff "Cowboy" Kool Jay and "Deputy TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. In a back and forth physical confrontation, the match went back and forth between the teams before a mysterious masked figure once again entered and stood next to the commentary table as the match unfolded. As the action got hot and heavy, the masked man ran around the ring and engaged with Sheriff Kool Jay, eventually fighting out of the fire exit door into the parking lot as his isolated partner was pinned for the match win.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption's Killa Koga and Dirty Daddy entered with CWF Worldwide Television Champion Ethan A. Sharpe to take on the young tag team Friendly Fire's BeeBop and Jamal Hewens with the gold on the line. Hewens started for his team and irritated Killa Koga with his laughter and fun attitude who eventually tagged in partner BeeBop who found himself across the ring from the "body man" Dirty Daddy. BeeBop displayed some hot footwork and eventually found himself cut off from making a tag. The Corruption machine tagged in and out like clockwork with Sharpe occassionally getting the referee's ear and eye allowing a little extra from his tag team champions behind the official's eye. Corruption wins by pinfall to retain their titles as the fans in the Sportatorium let Friendly Fire know they would like to see them return to the Sportatorium in the near future.

After some announcements about CWF ULTIMATE SURVIVOR XVII by PWI President William L. Cross, the main event was introduced. Jarry Caray introduced the All Stars' CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion "Ace" Arik Royal with Coach Gemini at his side and challenger "the Smoothest Skywalker" Cam Carter made his way to the ring for a shot at history. The two went at it, testing each other's limits, strengths and eventually temper in some cases in a match between two strong-willed young competitors. Fans witnessed a match between two of the top indy stars on the east coast today and got their money's worth as the two fought for well over twenty-five minutes before Royal finished the deal with a pinfall win after a few interruptions by Coach Gemini from the floor turned the tide for the final time.

CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for on Saturday November 16th at 7:30pm for CWF ULTIMATE SURVIVOR XVII at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at!

The Young Lions of CWF Mid-Atlantic return to live action for on Saturday November 23rd at 7:30pm for a full card of RGL action at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at!

(Above) All Star "Ace" Arik Royal literally floors challenger Cam Carter in main event CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title action at CWF INVINCIBLE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

"Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs introduces himself to newcomer Isaiah Frazier in singles action.

LaBron Kozone warns his friend TGA Moss about how the All Stars and the Coach use wrestlers for their own purposes.

New All Star Jamal the Titan and the RGL Champion attack Kozone.

All Star TGA Moss sneaks in to attack LaBron Kozone who is working over Jamal the Titan in the corner.

Adrian "Action" Jackson steadies Jamal for another assault.

"The Fury" Michael McAllister and Action Jackson whip Jamal the Titan toward the ring ropes.

PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx delivers a flying elbow to challenger Mikey Banker in the corner turnbuckles in title action.

Masked challenger Number Braaah flips out over CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Corruptor" Ethan A. Sharpe in TV Title action.

Corporate Number Dad makes a point to his son Number Braaah post-match about growing up, breaking his boogie board in half.

Percy Prescott is confronted by the security guards of pop star Ella Ivey as he requests she quit singing and exit the Sportatorium.

CEO Donald J. BitDon tosses Sheriff "Cowboy" Kool Jay across the ring in tag team action.

"Deputy TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. cranks on the leg of BitDon ICO's Nicholas K. Richards.

The masked cowboy appears for the second straight week, standing at the commentary table late in the BitDon match.

Chris Riddle throws out the radical idea for a four-on-four elimination match for Ultimate Survivor XVII.

Friendly Fire's Jamal Hewens cranks on the chin of CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption's Killa Koga in tag title action.

Corruption's Dirty Daddy calls out Friendly Fire's BeeBop to face him.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion All Star "Ace" Arik Royal ties up challenger Cam Carter in the main event title match.

The "Smoothest Skywalker" Cam Carter ties up the legs of Royal on the canvas.

Cam Carter leapfrogs over the AceGawd as he storms across the ring.

The challenger turns his attention to annoying Coach Gemini on the floor.

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Samoa Joey, Sheriff Kool Jay & Snooty Foxx Defeat Corruption In Six-Man Referee-Ordered Main Event Tag Team Action at CWF-RGL JOEYMANIA III!

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Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium

Gibsonville, NC


CWF Rising Generation League's JOEYMANIA III - NIGHTMARE ON SPRINGWOOD AVE kicked off with the introduction of Brian Morris and John Henry "Kingfish" Foy to begin the night on live commentary before Samoa Joey was introduced to welcome the fans to the Sportatorium. The evening's namesake was interrupted by the BitDon ICO's Donald J. BitDon, Nicholas K. Richards and Khan O'Kelly, who tried to run Samoa Joey off. Joey did leave but called for a tag team to enter and take on the ICO to open the night's action.

The Brothers of Seduction's "Mother Lover" Jake Tucker and Cam The Prince entered to take on BitDon and Richards with O'Kelly at ringside. The match got physical fast with the Brothers showing off some team work against the Corporation and forcing them to re-imagine the form and flow of the match to turn the tide after the ten minute mark to walk away with a pinfall win against the impressive debut of the team at the Sportatorium.

The "Big Hurt of Professional Wrestling" DeAndre Jackson was up next to take on "Deputy TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. in singles action. The larger Jackson took the immovable object stance but was dishing out irresistable force against Ireland Jr., sending him to the canvas in pain during several instances in the match. Jackson seemed impervious to anything the Deputy tried to do and returned any attack with one of his own. Teddy Ireland Jr.'s button got pushed at some point, the fight instinct kicked in and he turned the fight around quickly winning the match via pinfall in just under ten minutes after unleashing his own brand of mayhem.

CWF Worldwide Television Champion Ethan A. Sharpe entered with the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Killa Koga to defend his title against Michael "the Fury" McAllister in the traditional ten minute television title rules format match. Sharpe didn't even want to enter the ring to begin the match, asked the referee to begin it with him on the floor, forcing the referee to start the match and count to get him into the ring to eat up precious time. True to his form since winning the title, Sharpe retains the title by rule as he was being pinned as the ten minute time limit expired.

Three-way singles action was up next with big Jamal The Titan entering first, followed by newcomer James Anthony and then Cain Justice. An entertaining battle that began as a 2-on-1 with the Titan and Anthony joining forces to attack Justice. The fight went to the floor with all three brawling and rolling into the ring to break the referee's 10 count numerous times before all three made their way back into the squared circle to decide the match. Justice did his best impression of the Flash, attacking both opponents in opposite corners like a man on fire, setting him up for a submission win moments later over Anthony.

"The Last Outlaw" Sean Stephens made his return to the Sportatorium to find himself across the ring from Adrian "Action" Jackson in a singles battle. Stephens flexed his size and reach advantage early on, slowing down Action Jackson to the point the fans became concerned if he could continue. Jackson tried several times after the ten minute mark to hoist 6'8" Stephens across his shoulders, but couldn't because of the punishment his opponent was doing to his spine. The two brawled, wrestled, and fought for survival before Jackson had the stamina to hoist up big Sean Stephens in the Torture Rack, forcing him to submit.

The scheduled main event was introduced, pitting CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption's Killa Koga and Dirty Daddy, escorted by CWF Worldwide Television Champion Ethan A. Sharpe against PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx and Sheriff "Cowboy" Kool Jay with Samoa Joey in their corner to keep an eye on things. The teams battled for nearly twenty minutes before the referee lost control of the bout, throwing it out with the champions retaining by rule. Since Sharpe and Samoa Joey were eager to fight, the ring official called for six-man action pitting all three members of Corruption to battle Snooty Foxx, "Cowboy" Kool Jay and Samoa Joey in mere moments.

A new main event was underway with Samoa Joey finally getting his hands, legally, on the Corruptor Ethan Alexander Sharpe in the squared circle. He tagged in the Sheriff and then tagged back in to take a ride around the ring on the back of the TV champ. The match moved quickly with all six competitors getting in their shots but it began to break down as the previous "main event" and the official was gracious enough to allow a pinfall to end the match with Corruption sent away shaking their heads and angry.

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(Above) Adrian "Action" Jackson fights his way off of the floor against "the Last Outlaw" Sean Stephens at CWF-RGL JOEYMANIA III - NIGHTMARE ON SPRINGWOOD AVE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

Donald J. BitDon, Nicholas K. Richards and Khan O'Kelly interrupt Samoa Joey as he welcomes the fans to JOEYMANIA III.

CEO Donald J. BitDon swings and misses at Brothers of Seduction's Cam The Prince in the corner turnbuckles in tag team action.

The Brothers of Seduction's "Mother Lover" Jake Tucker flies off of his partner's back onto BitDon's Nick Richards in the corner.

The "Big Hurt of Professional Wrestling" DeAndre Jackson tries to endure "Deputy TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr.'s attempt to make some space between them in singles action.

Challenger Michael "the Fury" McAllister bridges over CWF Worldwide Television Champion in a pin attempt for the title.

Cain Justice is grabbed by the skull by Jamal The Titan as Justice was focused on putting the boots to James Anthony in three-way singles action.

Justice double stomps the hands of both Anthony and the Titan!

Adrian "Action" Jackson catches big Sean Stephens in the midsection with a kick in singles action.

Jackson finds himself reaching for the ring ropes to break the grasp of "the Last Outlaw" Sean Stephens.

Sheriff "Cowboy" Kool Jay goes behind CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champion Corruption's Killa Koga in tag title action.

Samoa Joey, ordered to remain on the floor by the official, takes exception to the commentary of Khan O'Kelly.

PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx drops an elbow onto Corruption's Dirty Daddy.

A mysterious masked cowboy appears on the entrance platform late in the tag title bout.

Samoa Joey starts the six-man bonus match against Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe.

Corruption's Dirty Daddy works over "Cowboy" Kool Jay on the canvas.

The Sheriff is surrounded by Corruption after following Sharpe into the corner.


the Insiders Soapbox

:::Steps up onto the soapbox:::

Stardate: 01.17.20 1:00 pm

It's been a couple of months and I have been involved in exactly one event, CWF BATTLECADE XX on Dec. 28th. I've ridden the emotional roller coaster and made peace with my situation and the state of the sport in this area.

We left the area fully well capable of training the next generation of pro wrestlers, and with the list of guys who have came through our doors that are performing in WWE, NXT, ROH, AEW and all of the rest of the alphabet of wrestling companies around the world, right now, we are good. We are accomplished. And we ran the area for 20 years. Twenty.

I felt the rug was pulled out from under my feet a couple of months ago and was seeing the end of my life as I knew it then. That's not how I see it today. I spent a LOT of my waking hours in the promotion of events, wrestlers and companies in the past 30+ years and today I can look back and say "I did well, WE did well."

There's also now what I see as oversaturation in the local market, with wrestling events happening all over every weekend, in small towns, armories and wrestling schools and arenas. Oversaturation also indicates that no one will make financial inroads when everybody in the area is using the same formula week-in and week-out. No matter how hard everyone tries, there are no more unique, one-of-a-kind events, regardless of how they are advertised. There will be very few "break-out stars" as there will be so many faces vying for exposure and fame.

Yes, perhaps there is too much indy pro wrestling today. Perhaps there are too many wrestlers in training. Perhaps the marks outnumber the actual smarts, since so many smarts are nothing but marks in the first place. I was the one looked at sideways a couple of years ago when I stood up and said it was time to tighten the circle.

"NO!" they declared, "Now is the time to get anyone interested on the inside!" If everyone interested in pro wrestling is on the inside, who then is left to buy tickets? That will be the $64 Question in this area moving forward.

Well, "they" got their way and everybody with even a passing interest in the sport has been welcomed inside, inside the industry and inside of the locker rooms. No one from today's generation will ever know what it's like to be seen near a locker room door holding a camera and hearing multiple voices inside declaring "Kay Fabe!" because someone has a camera outside of the locker room.

Wait until the real indy stars start feeling the oversaturation in their pay envelopes and in their bookings, when promoters will start short-selling them by reminding them of all of the other "up and coming" young folks that are willing to take their places on the card for less money.

Hey. I tried to warn everybody and you all thought I was screaming in the night or something. As a matter of fact, I have no urge currently to step into another building for anyone's event. The fire has died down quite a bit and I am enjoying using my time driving down different avenues. Yes, I'll be there when CWF decides to run another event, but don't hold your breath at this point. We are looking at a market with 3-6 events within driving distance every weekend, so why bother? A few short years ago, that was NOT the case and new promotions generally fell as quickly as they rose. Today? Too many places and too many faces. Wrestlers are not unique today, and with everybody involved, the mystique is taking a shot below the belt, to be honest.

No, I'm not bitter. I'm no longer angry. I've woke up from a fog that saw me willingly spend good money to continue to keep a firm grip on my "spot". All it took was for the whole shooting match to close down and the fatigue hit me right between the eyes. I have learned to enjoy time away from people, as much as I miss the familiar faces of the last 20 years, the ones that want to communicate are right there at my fingertips online. The rest?

I dunno. But I get it. I got this. And I'm cool.

:::Steps off of Soapbox:::

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Chet Sterling celebrates after defeating Logan Easton Laroux in main event tournament final of the 2017 CWF JOHNNY WEAVER MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT FINALS at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Cain Justice retreats to the canvas causing CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee to advance with more caution in the champion's swan song bout with CWF Mid-Atlantic before reporting to the WWE at CWF END OF AN ERA 2019.

"Broken" Matt Hardy catches C.W. Anderson for a quick trip to the canvas in three-way tag team title action with the Omega Tag Titles on the line at CWF OMEGA BOWL!.

WWE Hall Of Famer Sgt. Slaughter supervises as "Pride of the USA" Don Kernodle locks the Cobra Clutch on All Star Walter Eaton for a $10,000 Cobra Clutch Challenge at Burlington's Boys & Girls Club.

Two-time former Mid Atlantic Champion "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel reveals himself to be behind the post-match attack of Rage & the Machine at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium at the conclusion of CWF MADNESS IN ANY DIRECTION 2014!

Nick Richards expresses himself to CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee in main event No Holds Barred - No DQ - No Countouts title action at CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2017 at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Shane "Hurricane" Helms clears the ring to rescue Arik Royal after his bout at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium at CWF COLOSSAL COMBAT.

Paul London celebrates with the PWX Heavyweight Title after defeating "Infamous Icon" Joey Silvia at Climax NC's Rocking F Farm at PWX Return of Professionalism!

Will o' the Whisp goes to the face of Showtyme's Trevor Lee in singles action at PWI Night of Champions.

Former CWF Rising Generation League Commissioner Joey Hogan enters the main event as his alter-ego Samoa Joey and stomps "Lost Cause" Nick Richards into the canvas at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium during the main event of CWF RISING GENERATION LEAGUE!

Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride, Lee Valiant & "Handsome" Jimmy Valiant stand tall after winning six-man grudge main event at CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 3 at Burlignton NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Another surprise guest enters the Carolina Sports Arena as Matt Hardy joins his brother at ringside.

Jerry Lynn gets directed toward the ring ropes by the Extreme Horsemen's C.W. Anderson in UWF Live! singles action.

The 2009 Champion Kamakazi Kid presents the Weaver Cup Trophy to the 2010 winner Ric Converse following the official decision.

Brian Kendrick circles to re-enter the ring as Lee Valiant refuses to quit after being split open at PWX Rise of a Champion VI.

Rich Landrum & Johnny Weaver present "Handsome" Mitch Connor & Brad Stutts with the Weaver Cup Trophy.

Reby Sky displays the PWI International Heavyweight Championship as new champion "Supernatural" Shane Helms shakes hands with opponent "the 1st" Ric Converse at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium prior to Dragon Gate USA.

Tournament champions Trevor Lee & Chet Sterling are congratulated by the "Pride of the USA" Don Kernodle & Rocky Kernodle following main event Final Round action at 2018 KERNODLE BROTHERS TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Shane "Hurricane" Helms chokeslams Coach Gemini after hitting the ring to help out the outnumbered Arik Royal.

Hall of Fame official "The Flying Referee" Tommy Young accepts a plaque honoring his contributions to Mid Atlantic wrestling from CWF Mid Atlantic at CWF BATTLECADE XI at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Destiny's Ty Dillinger realizes he's not tall enough to ride the Arik Royal ride at Burlington NC's Carolina Sports Arena during Premier Wrestling Showcase six-man tag team action.

Brad Attitude addresses the fans after defeating Corey Edsel to win the 2014 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament at CWF 2014 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Finals at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Will o' the Whisp II gets busy with the serpentine Ophidian of the Osirian Portal in Chikara Pro's debut in Burlington NC.

The seven-foot Granite warms up against Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride in Riders Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Rumble action at Greensboro NC's Riders In The Country.

Coach McGemini's critique of Nikki Storm's match doesn't set well with her at CWF MADNESS IN ANY DIRECTION 2015!

BCW Heavyweight Champion Lee Valiant hangs in midair while defending against Damien Wayne in the main event at BCW SHOWDOWN IN B-TOWN at Burlington NC's Positive Attitude Youth Center.

Richie Steamboat dropkicks "Infamous Icon" Joey Silvia in RCW Hustle On Tap main event action.

Ulysse "OPA" Demos kicks All Stars Coach Gemini with a hold by partner Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr. in main event Grinch That Stole Christmas rules eight-man tag team action at CWF THE ROAD TO BATTLECADE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.

Jerry "the King" Lawler introduces the face of Otto Schwanz to the turnbuckles in main event singles action.

Marcellus "Mid Atlantic" King cranks on the wrist of Colt Cabana in singles action at PWX Holiday Havok in Charlotte NC.

Homicide takes a bite out of the ring ropes while bewildering Nick Richards with a mouth full at CWF Project X.

The late Reid Flair starts in the up position against Destiny's "Infamous Icon" Joey Silvia in PWS Heavyweight Title action.

Kamakazi Kid attacks challenger "the 1st" Ric Converse with a bundle of fluorescent tubes in Kazi Rules CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title action at CWF End Of An Era II at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Snooty Foxx goes after the Coach K & MoneyBall at CWF INVADES CHAPEL HILL! at Chapel Hill NC's Hargrave Community Center. (04.23.16)

"The Gold Standard" Shelton Benjamin locks horns with the "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels in Pro Wrestling Superstars singles action in Jacksonville NC.

The masked Chiva Kid drops in on CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Xsiris as he takes a breather during main event title action at CWF LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Tommy Dreamer leads the Necro Butcher towards the bleachers in hardcore Pro Wrestling Superstars action in Jacksonville NC.

Mia Yim tries to get off of the canvas as the "Queen of Wrestling" Sara Del Rey lets the fans at ringside know how she feels about them with a shot at the ArenaChicks Final Four Title Tournament on the line at CWF BATTLECADE XII.

Coach Gemini lobs a talcum powder fastball into the face of challenger Chet Sterling with CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins holding him in the main event Home Run Derby Rules Heavyweight Title action at CWF ALL STAR TAKEOVER at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

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Insiders Parting Shots!

"Iceman" Joe Storm, Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride, Redd Jones, "the 1st" Ric Converse, L.A. Wild One, Lumbee Warrior, Chuck King & Ken Spence take a final bow at the conclusion of the RCW Benefit for Cheyenne White at Greensboro NC's Riders In The Country.

The cowboy hat worn by Hank "the Riders Enforcer", Riders shirt, the King of Riders Title & one Coors Light are all that's left in the middle of the ring in after Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride eliminated himself from the King of Riders Battle Royal at Greensboro NC's Riders In The Country at RCW's Rock 92 Bubbalympics Afterparty.

A-Tank ya boyz...

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