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Updated 08.15.17

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"Handsome" Jimmy Valiant grabs the nose of the Mid Atlantic Outlaws' Matt Houston in main event six-man tag team action at RCW BOOGIE'S 75th BIRTHDAY BASH - LIZARD LICK STYLE at Randleman NC's Riders In The Country.

Vanguard's Caprice Coleman sets up CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Dave Dawson for a trip to the canvas in main event tag title action at CWF VARSITY BLUES at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

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The story from a wild and crazy RCW BOOGIE'S BIRTHDAY BASH - LIZARD LICK STYLE at Randleman NC's Riders In The Country is finally posted! It's hawt and it's all below!

The Final Four of the 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament were finalized and the Vanguard's "Revolutionary" Darius Lockhart and Caprice "Ice" Coleman takes CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Dawson Brothers to the limits in main event tag title action at CWF VARSITY BLUES at the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville NC! Details & more below!

Nobody expects a force of nature to return, but Shane "Hurricane" Helms returned to CWF Mid Atlantic at the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville NC during CWF NO EXCUSES 2017! Hook yourself up below with the photos AND the whole story! Why wait?

A fun and action-packed outing for CWF-RGL HEY MAN, CAN WE BORROW YOUR VAN?! broke out at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium! Get the scoop and the photos below!

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Beautiful lobby floor graphic at the brand new Mid Atlantic Sportatorium at 1001 Springwood Ave. in Gibsonville NC!

Newly crowned CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee catches his breath as Brad Stutts most likely closes the LONGEST episode of #CWFWorldWide in history at CWF END OF AN ERA 2016 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.

Brand-new CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Dave & Zane Dawson head to celebrate after defeating the Sandwich Squad for the titles at CWF DOUBLE OR NOTHING at Chapel Hill NC's Hargrave Community Center.

Former CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Aaron Biggs & Mecha Mercenary celebrate winning the first KERNODLE BROTHERS TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT with Victory Sammiches after the main event Finals night 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.

RCW BOOGIE'S 75th BIRTHDAY BASH - LIZARD LICK STYLE Rocked Riders In The Country Like Never Before!

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Riders In The Country

Randleman NC

08.06.17

RCW BOOGIE'S BIRTHDAY BASH kicked off with Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride asking everyone to stand for a 10-bell salute for our friend George Rider, who passed away earlier this year. McBride then introduced the birthday boy himself, "Handsome" Jimmy Valiant and then brought out Lizard Lick's Ronnie and Amy Shirley. The celebration then turned to RWA owner Julian Strauss, who entered with a birthday cake complete with candle for Valiant. Strauss' demeanor turned sour and he began insulting the legend to the point that Valiant shoved the cake in the face of his tormenter! All before the opening bell.

Wrestling action kicked off with Ethan Alexander Sharpe squaring off against the popular Dirty Daddy, a former tag partner of Jimmy Valiant's in Memphis. The two put up a fight that appeared to become personal with Daddy putting the boots to Sharpe and taking a pinfall win in under ten minutes.

Six-man tag team action was up next as Jimi Love, Johnny Roxville and Thunderfoot hit the ring to take on Robert Stanley, Sinn Crowley & "Simple Man" Jeff Flowers. Bodies flew around the ring and hit the canvas from bell to bell with the fan favorites dropping the duke to the Love, Roxville and Thunderfoot team by pinfall.

Kool J was out next for a singles bout against Snooty Foxx. Kool J proves over and over again that he has an incredible sized heart to take on men much larger than himself and takes the fight to Foxx at the bell. Eventually Snooty Foxx got a grasp on him and nearly pressed him into the fan over the ring. Foxx won the battle and the match, but Kool J made an impression on the RCW fans of not backing down.

RCW Heavyweight Champion Scrap Yard Dog was up next to defend his title against "the 1st" Ric Converse. Two men who have not faced each other in the ring in nearly a decade lit up the building with electricity. In a back and forth bout, Converse took a steel chain from Scrap before he could use it against him, and tucked it into his tights. Converse then dropped Scrap to the canvas, got the three-count and was announced as the new RCW Champion. During the confusion after, the referee spots the steel chain in Converse's possession and reverses his decision, awarding the belt back to Scrap Yard Dog.

The thirteen man George Riders Memorial Battle Royal for the George Rider Cup saw Snooty Foxx, Nick Richards, Kool J, Ethan Alexander Sharpe, Mr. Kingfish, "Terrific" Tony Benge, Dark Angel, Thomas Draven, Sinn Crowley, "Simple Man" Jeff Flowers, "Pimp Daddy" Brian Hall, Dirty Daddy & Sgt. Stryker create mayhem with each trying to toss the others to the floor at the bell. "Terrific" Tony thought he had won it all, but Brian Hall had pretty much stayed out of everyone's sights by staying low in a corner for the last few moments of the match and tossing the celebrating Tony over the ropes to the floor for the win.

Before intermission could begin, Jarry Carey grabbed a mic and went to the ring to introduce Coach Gemini for a special Rider's episode of Coach's Corner. Instead of the Coach's music, the USMC Marine Band's rendition of Hail To The Chief roared and a Secret Service detail entered with POTUS and made their way into the ring. The Donald explained the "repeal and replace" options of Obamacare before calling out "Pimp Daddy" Brian Hall and stripping him of the Food Stamp Championship. The Donald explained that he was no longer giving out food stamps, he was giving out job applications! As POTUS exits the building, the Dawson Brothers hit the ring and Coach Gemini rushes in looking for the nation's chief executive, who had already left.

RCW YouTube Champion "Handsome" Mitch Connor was out next to defend his championship against Blackjack Ryker. Connor had the match in hand at the five minute mark, rolled up Ryker at the 6:35 mark for the pin and was then clobbered by the title belt in the hands of "Terrific" Tony Benge, allowing Ryker to roll up the champion and win the title. "Terrific" Tony and Blackjack Ryker celebrated together as visions of Kurt Solo danced in the air above the ring.

The Mid Atlantic Outlaws' Louis Moore and Matt Houston entered with the masked Paco Loco to take on the Boogie Woogie Menz's "Handsome" Jimmy Valiant and Rob McBride and partner Ronnie Shirley in main event six-man tag team action. The Dawson Brothers, Dave and Zane, Nick D and Jody Collins all entered with the Outlaws and Amy Shirley joined her husband in the corner at ringside. After a few minutes of battle, the seconds at ringside became involved in the bout in both team's corners. The ring official had Riders Security escort Nick D, Jody Collins and the Dawsons out of the building and the bout continued in a different direction with the fan favorites winning the main by pinfall.

Following the match and the exit of winners, the Dawson/Nick D/Collins entourage rushed back in demanding the house mic from Lizard Lick's Ronnie Shirley. He gave it to Zane Dawson after warning him he only had 30 seconds to speak, as the ring would empty in 35. At the 35 second mark, Shirley spun back toward the ring with a fire extinguisher and white-washed the ring and stage as the Outlaws and entourage rushed away from the chemical attack in panic.

And despite not mentioning it before in this write-up, Lick Life's debut episode will incorporate footage shot at RCW BOOGIE'S BIRTHDAY BASH. A full film crew was on hand all afternoon and evening taking in everything that went on around the venue and the festivities held outside during the evening. When they announce what network this program airs on and a debut date, you will see it HERE!

(Above) Fair Warning's Brian Hall shows off the George Rider Memorial Cup after winning the namesake Battle Royal at RCW BOOGIE'S BIRTHDAY BASH at Randleman NC's Riders In The Country.

Riders In The Country turns out for Riders Championship Wrestling!

Guest of Honor "Handsome" Jimmy Valiant testifies to his peoples as Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride and the owner of Riders looks on.

Ethan Alexander Sharpe rips at the eyes of Dirty Daddy in singles competition.

Snooty Foxx threatens to press Kool J into the ceiling tiles in singles action.

RCW Heavyweight Champion Scrap Yard Dog chokes challenger "the 1st" Ric Converse in title action.

The George Rider Memorial Battle Royal gets underway at Riders In The Country!

Mr. Kingfish delivers some chops to the chest of Nick Richards in Rider Cup Battle Royal action.

As promised, POTUS makes a visit to Riders In The Country!

The Dawson Brothers Dave and Zane repeal Fair Warning's Brian Hall's Food Stamp Championship.

RCW Youtube Champion "Handsome" Mitch Connor gets busy with challenger Blackjack Ryker.

Lizard Lick's Amy Shirley steps through the ropes to take a shot at the Mid Atlantic Outlaws' Louis Moore with an assist from McBride.

The original "Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant has the situation in hand with Robert Stanley in main event tag action.

Masked Paco Loco gets his turn against McBride, shooting him across the ring.

The end. Snow. White out. Ronnie Shirley clears the ring after the main with a fire extinguisher, ending the night's action rather abruptly!


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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.

The 2017 Weaver Cup Final Four Determined At CWF VARSITY BLUES!

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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

1001 Springwood Ave.

Gibsonville NC

08.12.17

Ladies action kicked off the night's wrestling at CWF VARSITY BLUES with the "Midnight Mermaid" Aspyn Rose entering to take on Kaci Lennox. Rose had the match in hand but with the intimidation and presence of "Death Proof" Aaron Epic at ringside, forced the lovely Lennox to submit.

Six-man Dojo Challenge tag team action was up next pitting members of the AIW Dojo Brian Carson, Evan Adams and "Fantastic" Frankie Flynn against CWF Mid Atlantic Dojo's RGL Champion Cain Justice, Dirty Daddy and "Film Maker" Movie Myk with Big Zoe. The AIW Dojo took the duke after the CWF Dojo team decided to argue among themselves and allow a team member to be pinned.

A.C. Hawkes and Carolos Gabriel took the house mic and laid down an open challenge for a tag team match as a way of introduction. Former tag champion Sandwich Squad's Mecha Mercenary and Aaron Biggs answered the challenge and ate the two newcomers for lunch in under five minutes. Michael McAllister entered the ring and approached former tag partner Mecha Mercenary about tagging again and the masked robot informed his friend that his teammate was Aaron Biggs and they had a championship to win. McAllister looked stunned and former Commissioner William L. Cross entered telling McAllister he would help, just to follow him and they exited the arena.

CWF Worldwide Television Champion almost completed his in-ring interview before being interrupted with the announcement of the fan-drawn challenger for the title. Cam Carter's name was drawn and he hit the ring like a bolt of lightning. Andrews, who does NOT like being contradicted, retaliated with the backing of Lee Valiant, who followed him to the ring, continuing his TV Title winning streak.

Quarterfinals action in the 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament kicked off with Ethan Alexander Sharpe entering the squared circle to battle "Ol' Juke Joint" Lucas Calhoun for a spot in the Weaver Cup Final Four. Sharpe used amazing control and refused to be distracted in becoming a 2017 Final Four competitor by pinfall over Calhoun.

"Death Proof" Aaron Epic and "Midnight Mermaid" Aspyn Rose entered for Quarterfinal Weaver Cup action, taking on Chet Sterling for a spot in the Finals. Epic got physical quickly and had Sterling either stunned and on rubber legs on several ocassions, but Sterling regrouped and took the fight back to Epic, advancing by pinfall.

"The Real-Life Ben Affleck" Alex Daniels was out next to take on red-hot Smith Garrett in 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Quarterfinals action. It took about a minute to remove his shirts and another twenty seconds to find himself staring at the lights overhead, with Garrett advancing to the Final Four.

The final participant of the 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament's Final Four, PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Logan Easton Laroux, then had the curtains opened to the Kernodle Suite, allowing the fans and everyone there see he'd been watching all along. After a comment about the Garrett-Daniels match, Alex Daniels attacked Laroux, drug him into the ring and pinned him for a self-counted three. Officials quickly announced that with the "pinfall win" that Alex Daniels had just earned a shot at the Ultra-J Crown, which was not scheduled to be defended.

The main event CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Title bout pitted the champion Dawson Brothers Dave and Zane against the Vanguard's "Revolutionary" Darius Lockhart and Caprice "Ice" Coleman. A brawl erupted and continued until the official was tossed across the ring and mayhem ensued. A second referee entered as the fight continued and moments later BOTH referees were counting pinfalls and calling for the bell, with each team being pinned! The officials argued and officials responded by ordering they re-start the match. The bell rang a third time and the Dawson Brothers left with the titles when it sounded again about thirty seconds later.

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday August 26th at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium for the CWF 2017 JOHNNY WEAVER MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT FINALS! Tickets NOW at cwf247.com!

(Above) CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Dawson Brothers collide as they battle the challenge of the Vanguard in main event tag title action at CWF VARSITY BLUES action at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

The "Midnight Mermaid" Aspyn Rose rolls up Kaci Lennox in singles action.

Dirty Daddy perches on the top to finish off Team AIW but CWF RGL Champ Cain Justice won't stop attacking on his own in six-man Dojo Challenge action.

Sandwich Squad's Mecha Mercenary hammers A.C. Hawkes to the canvas in open challenge tag team action.

Aaron Biggs sets up Carlos Gabriel for a painful drop to the canvas.

CWF Worldwide Television Champion Aric Andrews drives challenger Cam Carter's face toward the corner turnmbuckles in title action.

"Ol' Juke Joint" Lucas Calhoun feeds Ethan Alexander Sharpe a kung-fu kick in 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Quarterfinals action.

Chet Sterling cranks on the wrist of "Death Proof" Aaron Epic in 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Quarterfinals action.

"The Real-Life Ben Affleck" Alex Daniels takes exception to the comments of Logan Easton Laroux after he was defeated in 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Quarterfinals action.

Alex Daniels whips PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Logan Easton Laroux out of the corner in title action.

CWF Tag Team Champion Dawson Brothers' Dave and Zane Dawson work over the Vanguard's Carprice Coleman as the referee returns his partner to his corner in main event tag title action.

Zane offers brother Dave a helping hand as he torments "Revolutionary" Darius Lockhart with an abdominal stretch.

Zane Dawson points out how far Lockhart has to go to make a tag.


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A Hurricane Blows Through CWF NO EXCUSES 2017 As The 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Continues!

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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

Gibsonville, NC

07.29.17

Top Shelf's Ian Maxwell, KL3 and Montana Black defeated Court Montgomery, Kalis Miller and Slade Porter in bonus Rising Generation League six-man tag team action.

CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Dawson Brothers, Zane and Dave Dawson, defeated So Time's Dirty Daddy and Snooty Foxx in a hard-fought tag title bout to retain their titles.

Current Shine NOVA Champion Priscilla Kelly returned to action at the Sportatorium, in non-title rematch action against the bizarre masked Sis. Kelly wins by submission.

Ethan Alexander Sharpe advances in the 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament courtesy of a surprising pinfall victory over 2006 Johnny Weaver Cup Champion "Handsome" Mitch Connor.

Smith Garrett defeated Cam Carter in first-round 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament action by pinfall in an astounding SEVENTEEN seconds!

Chip Day and CWF RGL Champion Cain Justice fought to a time limit draw in their first-round Weaver Cup match, both men are eliminated from the tournament by rule.

Chet Sterling advances in the 2017 Weaver Cup Tournament courtesy of a pinfall win over All Star Roy Wilkins. Wilkins and the All Stars attacked Sterling post-match prompting a force of nature to respond as Shane "Hurricane" Helms makes the save and demands a tag match against the All Stars!

Chet Sterling and Shane "Hurricane" Helms defeated All Stars Roy Wilkins and Arik Royal with Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey by pinfall in the impromptu tag bout.

Alabama (Aaron Biggs) last eliminating Auburn (Zane Dawson) in ESPN Paul Finebaum SEC Battle Royal action, filmed for ESPN2's Paul Finebaum program in August.

CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee defeated CWF Worldwide Television Champion Aric Andrews to retain his title in a champion versus champion bout. Andrews was set to defend his TV title earlier in the night but insisted he would not wrestle unless it was in the main event. Trevor Lee interrupted and offered to defend his title in the evening's main event.

CWF Mid-Atlantic returns live action on Saturday August 12th for CWF VARSITY BLUES! The 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament continues!

(Above) CWF Heavyweight Champ Trevor Lee interrupts the demands being thrown down by CWF WorldWide Television Champion Aric Andrews at CWF NO EXCUSES 2017 at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium!

Slade Porter is worked over in the Top Shelf corner by Montana Black, Ian Maxwell and KL3.

So Time's Dirty Daddy and Snooty Foxx shoot Tag Champion Zane Dawson toward the ropes in tag title action.

Sis works over Shine NOVA Champion Priscilla Kelly in the ring ropes in singles action.

2006 JohnnY Weaver Cup Champion "Handsome" Mitch Connor shoves away Ethan Alexander Sharpe in first-round 2017 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament action.

CWF RGL Champion Cain Justice stomps the leg of Chip Day in first-round Weaver Cup action.

Chet Sterling drops an elbow on All Star Roy Wilkins from the rafters in first-round Weaver Tournament action.

All Star Arik Royal feeds Chet Sterling ring boot in impromptu tag team action.

All Star Roy Wilkins lets his corner know he's got Shane "Hurricane" Helms on the canvas.

Shane Helms eyes the ropes for a return to Wilkin's ring location at a high speed.

The ESPN Paul Finebaum SEC Football Battle Royal gets busy as Kentucky (Dave Dawson) eyes an opponent to eliminate across the ring.

CWF WorldWide Television Champion Aric Andrews locks up with CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee in main event heavyweight title action.

Andrews lifts Lee off of the canvas to drive his knee into it.

Aric Andrews offers Trevor Lee a hand up by his hair...

Andrews hangs on the ropes to keep from being drug into the center of the ring.

Trevor Lee goes straight to the face of Aric Andrews after he steps through the ropes with BOTH men's title belts!


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CWF-RGL HEY MAN, CAN WE BORROW YOUR VAN!? Highlighted the Return Of Micheal McAllister; Metallico's Breakout Match(?); and Fun For All!

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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

1001 Springwood Ave.

Gibsonville, NC

07.22.17

The latest addition to the Number Family debuted as the bathrobe-wearing Number Dad entered the ring to take on Metallico in a singles bout between masked competitors. After the ring official removed several handfuls of toys, action figures, baby diapers and assorted clutter, Number Dad locks up with Metallico and a surprising physical altercation followed. Number Dad upheld his family tradition of finding and using shortcuts, but Metallico was able to stay in the battle and take an advantage and a pinfall win over the new masked crumudgeon, ruining his debut.

Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride was introduced next and entered the ring with a house mic to tell the fans about the RCW Event at Riders In The Country on August 6th. Of course, McBride, as he often is, finds himself interrupted by CWF's current Rising Generation League Champion Cain Justice. McBride let Justice talk himself out and finally decided he'd had enough and asked for a REFEREE. The bell rings and Justice begins to doubt his own abilities early as McBride moved forward. The match evened up thanks to the youth of Justice and McBride began to become angry and started blistering the chest of young Justice with open-hand chops. The referee steps in and warns McBride off, and most uncharacteristic of him, McBride tossed the referee across the ring! Justice wins by a rare DQ because McBride assulted the official.

Ethan Alexander Sharpe brought down the crowd with his entrance and in a surprising turn, roared when his opponent Michael McAllister was introduced. Wrestling without a mask for the first time in months, the recently emancipated McAllister began taking apart the wealthiest wrestler on the CWF roster like he owed him cash money. McAllister got a convincing pinfall win in just over five minutes in his first singles action since being reclaimed by former CWF Commissioner William L. Cross, who is still the manager of "the 1st" Ric Converse."

Big bad Mike Mars was out next for a singles bout against So Time's Dirty Daddy and their match could only be described as Fast & Punishing. Dirty provided the speed while Mars used every opportunity that arose to pound on the body of the Dirty Daddy. The relentless beating of Mars took it's toll over time and Dirty Daddy found himself on the wrong end of the pinfall win. Mars, however, wasn't happy with allowing Dirty Daddy to exit under his own power and continued to pound on the fan favorite. Mecha Mercenary, in street clothes and mask, hit the ring as Ethan Sharpe and Number Boy made their way out to help create mayhem. Michael McAllister entered the impromptu fray and someone said "six man tag" and a referee hit the ring, calling for the bell.

The freshest man in the match, Number Boy, started off against Mecha Mercenary and never quite got locked up with him before finding himself being rag-dolled by the friendly robot sammich guy. McAllister & Dirty took turns with the masked son of Number Dad (guessing here) before Sharpe was forced in by an unwanted tag. Mike Mars watched much of the match in disbelief from the ring apron, until the Teenage Dance Party broke out, forcing him to shut off the music and stop the dancing completely. Mars took on each of the three opponents, but also found himself the target of the bodies of his partners, as they were thrown around the ring. The Mecha, MechAllister & Dirty Daddy team wins by pinfall, leaving Sharpe, Number Boy and Mars looking around for someone to blame.

(Above) Dirty Daddy jumps over the ropes onto Ethan Alexander Sharpe & Mike MArs in main event six-man tag teamaction at CWF-RGL HEY MAN, CAN WE BORROW YOUR VAN?! at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Metallico kick the debuting Number Dad in the back of the head in singles action.

Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride sends a receipt to RGL Champion Cain Justice after interrupting a promo.

Ethan Alexander Sharpe clobbers returning mask-less Michael McAllister in singles action.

Mike Mars grabs Dirty Daddy by the hair in a brutal singles match.

In the six-man tag team main event, former partners Mecha Mercenary and Michael McAllister reprise a Rage & the Machine double-team on the masked Number Boy.

Yes, Virginia, a Teenage Dance Party DOES break out mid-match!

Mike Mars makes sure the "entertainment" portion of the bout is over.

Mars goes straight to the face of the Mecha Mercenary in the ropes.

Ethan Sharpe thinks he's on top of the world as he torments Michael McAllister.


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Stardate: 05.01.17 1:47 pm

No, I still don't watch WWE programming, and I'm not a "network" subscriber, but what I read this morning makes me doubly happy that I'm not paying for their product of date. A known wrestling pundit was on my timeline this morning comparing the House of Horrors thing from this weekend's WWE PPV to "bad indy wrestling". The indies have NOTHING to do with whatever the McMahons wish to peddle their fans, they'll buy anything. If you want to look for someone to blame, try the ivory towers where the McMahon braintrust work every day, don't try to find a way to slam an industry that is doing pretty darn well on it's on these days.

Hard to blame the indies because of the sheer numbers. WWE has how many active workers under contract? (And I SERIOUSLY have no clue on these numbers, I am making a supposition, ok?) If both the Raw and SD "brands" employ 25 each, that's 50 "superstars" ready to go. NXT is making better news these days, and so perhaps we add another 25 for the upstart brand that is outpacing it's parent company today, bringing the total to 75. Again, I do NOT have actual roster numbers, this is merely for comparison. There are what, 35,000 or 40,000 indy wrestlers (low range) across the country training and hoping to one day make that tiny number and become a WWE "superstar".

I can't imagine the job it has become in recent years of keeping the "best" or most profitable performers on payroll when the potential pool of employees has gone from a car load of applicants to a small city full, raising itself exponentially every year. I can't imagine having talent under contract that you feel obligated to keep involved in major storylines only because their contracts demand it too. Also, I wonder what part of a Sports Management degree makes one an expert in pro wrestling booking?

And people sometimes ask why I didn't go into booking events...

I hear Donald Trump is going to hire Vince Russo and put him in charge of building the wall. Told you he'd make the best of folk's expertise. With Russo involved NO ONE GETS OVER!

See you at ringside!

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"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.

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.

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.

The masked Mecha Mercenary takes a victory lap following his win in the $1,000 Bunkhouse Stampede at the CWF 2011 Fan Appreciation Night 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.

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