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TGA Moss Revealed as #1 All Star Pick; Cam Carter, Arik Royal, Brad Attitude and Cain Justice Win First-Round Weaver Cup Matches At CWF ALL STAR NIGHT!
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Chris Riddle and CL Party manned the commentary table and CWF All Star Night kicked off with Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe and CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Dirty Daddy and Killer Koga entering for Sharpe's scheduled singles bout against Steampunk Myzery. The Steampunk displayed a new love for mat wrestling and quickly took Sharpe to the canvas, tying up his opponent with a series of armbars and hammerlocks before Sharpe resumed his usual arrogant attiude and his friends at ringside pitched in to insure Sharpe's pinfall win.
Jamal the Titan returned to the Sportatorium for singles action and drew PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx for a non-title battle. The two big men reintroduced themselves to each other with Foxx resorting to a few old favorites, including his spinning kick to help decide the match in his favor by pinfall.
Jarry Carey entered and introduced Coach Gemini and All Stars Arik Royal and PWI International Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins, and Coach proceeded to announce the new #1 Draft Pick of the All Stars, TGA Moss. Moss entered and signed his contract in ring, and went to the corner for tag team action as Royal exited with All Star contract materials.
All Stars Wilkins and Moss squared off against the team of Lucky Ali and "Gifted One" Big Time Yah and the ring ignited with hard-hitting action. The four men left it in the ring as they went toe-to-toe like seasoned heavyweights, the tide rolling both directions for each team. Yah played the immovable object to partner Ali's irresistable force and nearly played it to perfection, but the All Stars walked away with their hands raised after a pinfall victory.
First-round action in the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament was up next, with high-flyer Cam Carter advertised to battle Aric Andrews. Andrews, however, appeared and explained CWF officials decided to replace him in the tournament due to injuries he acquired in Kazi Rules action a couple of weeks prior. Andrews introduced his replacement, the masked Number Braaah, and exited the arena with a limp.
Number Braaah surfed to the ring and went right up to Cam Carter and let him know he wasn't backing down and put on one of the best matches of his young career in what is likely the single most important opportunity he's been presented to date. Cam Carter, however, was having none of it, and returned fire from every angle possible. Cam Carter defeats the masked man by pinfall and wins the first bout of the 15th Annual Weaver Cup Tournament.
Donald J. BitDon and Director of Marketing Khan O'Kelly entered to challenge CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs for the gold. The primed Beast answered the bell moving forward and driving BitDon to the canvas. The CEO's veteran smarts was not about to let him get pushed around and he retaliated in kind, to the point of injuring one of the champion's arms. Unrelenting, Biggs continued to move forward despite the pain in his arm to finish off the challenger by pinfall to retain the TV Title.
CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Corruption's Killer Koga and Dirty Daddy were led to the ring by Ethan A. Sharpe for a non-title match against Michael McAllister and rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson. The new champions showed off some teamwork and still couldn't dampen the enthusiasm of McAllister and Jackson, who kept getting up from whatever was dished out and then dishing out some of their own. Their persistance paid off with Michael McAllister and "Action" Jackson getting the pinfall win over the champions.
First-round 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament action hit the ring as the All Star entourage escorted Arik "AceGawd" Royal to the ring for his match against CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay. Royal tried to beat Kool Jay to death, but Kool Jay has an incredible ability to withstand a lot of punishment, almost to the point of super-human. The CWF Sheriff went high-flyer after receiving a beating for eight minutes, sending Royal to the canvas, but Royal eventually got his hands on Kool Jay again and got him pinned to advance into the second round.
Brad Attitude returned to the ring to take on big Mike Mars in first-round 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament action looking fit and trim and went straight to the face of the monster. Mike Mars showed Attitude why he was known as one of the most vicious competitors in the squared circle, only to find Attitude reacting as if it had became a competition. Attitude took the big man to the floor via the ring apron, the ring post and the apron and softened him up a bit for a pinfall win to advance in the Weaver Cup Tournament.
PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion "Southern Savior" John Skyler was introduced for the evening's main event, another 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament first-round bout, and squared off against Cain Justice. Justice offered up the referee's position early on and was on Skyler like a coat of paint, sending the Southern Savior to the ropes to force the break. Skyler never leaves home without a gameplan to put away anyone across the ring and went ground-and-pound on the normally grounded Justice. The momentum started swinging towards Justice when the referee got ran into, sending him to the apron.
Justice forced a submission tap out from Skyler, but no referee was in the ring! Skyler didn't let that stop him from resuming combat and taking Justice to the canvas with a leglock attempt. As he's trying to lock in a submission hold, Andrew Everett slips into the ring from the floor and whispers to Justice to keep fighting the leglock. Skyler broke the hold upon realizing Everett was in the ring and the two went nose-to-nose. After a couple of minutes of snide remarks and near fights, Cain Justice got his wits about him and rolled up Skyler, with Everett making the three-count and calling for the bell.
Everett informed the fans that he has returned "home" to CWF Mid-Atlantic and that he wanted "his" PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship back from "Southern Savior" John Skyler. The summer heat just got turned up another 10 degrees, ya'll!
The Young LIons of CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for CWF RISING GENERATION LEAGUE - IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT on Saturday June 22nd at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for CWF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION 2 on Saturday July 13th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) The masked Number Braaah tries to surf on the back of Cam Carter in first-round 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament action at the CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019 at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Corruption's Killer Koga & Dirty Daddy Win EVERYTHING TO LOSE and the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles at CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019!
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The commentary team of CL Party and Chris Riddle were introduced and CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019 kicks off with singles action pitting the masked Number Braaah against CWF Triple Crown Champion Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride. After a few exchanges about what's hip and what's not, Number Braaah found himself being brutally chopped by the heavy-handed McBride. The Boogie Woogie Man wouldn't let the masked man run and then when he did turn to fight, he would get chopped again. McBride wins by pinfall over the rookie Number Family member.
Tag team action was introduced next with the BitDon ICO's Donald J. BitDon and Otto "Wrestling Machine" Schwanz with Marketing Director Khan O'Kelly who were only mildly surprised to discover one of their scheduled opponents was injured and unable to compete. Joining Michael McAllister in the ring was rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson, with Nick Richards patrolling the ringside area as well as his limited mobility allowed. The McAllister/Jackson team is gelling nicely, but the veteran teamwork of the BitDon ICO turned the tide, allowing them to walk away with a big pinfall win.
Aric Andrews entered the ring with a steel chair ready for a fight against a man he's vowed to force into retirement. Kamakazi Kid entered and the fight broke out immediately, leading toward the fire escape and involving fists, feet and a fire extinguisher. When they made it back into the ring Kazi enters a ladder into the match, eventually slamming Andrews' face into the top of it and following up with a steel trashcan to the head. Covered in blood Andrews continued. The entire front row on three sides of the ring was slippery with plasma and most of the front row fans scurried away from what looked like a walking car wreck.
Then Andrews took control of the match.
Super-human or inhuman, Aric Andrews got his bearings and began finding new ways to beat on the masked veteran, including kendo sticks and all sorts of plunder before leading to a table, which Kazi himself was thrown through by the woozy Andrews. Kazi then went back to his bag of tricks, going under the ring to produce a pillowcase full of thumbtacks, which he spread on the canvas in one corner. Moments later he drops Andrews into the glittering steel paingivers covering the canvas. Kazi grabbed a steel chair, had a few words for Andrews, who responded with a one finger salute. Kamakazi Kid destroyed the fourth steel chair of the bout across the head of Andrews, and ended the match with a three-count pin.
The Twitch crowd was treated to the first episode of Jerry Carey's Voice Report Halftime Show during intermission followed by guest rapper Allen Verde.
Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe entered for his first official singles bout against former partner Cain Justice, with friends hiding in the shadows. Justice was clobbered in the elbow by Dirty Daddy's steel pipe just as the referee called for the bell to begin the match. Justice refused to quit and began the match pretty much with only one arm. screaming at the official to let him fight. Sharpe and Justice went to work with the Corruptor taking a quick advantage over his one-armed opponent, getting in some substantial early shots. As Justice re-thought his capabilities, he finally got his hands on Sharpe and brought the match to the canvas. However, every time Justice began to get the momentum, Killer Koga would appear at ringside or on the ring apron, getting Justice attention and his wrath. Cain Justice defeated his personal demon by pinfall, leaving a fuming Sharpe in the ring.
EVERYTHING TO LOSE main event action was introduced, with the All Stars team of PWI International Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins' belt on the line and "Ace" Arik Royal, who had his hair put on the line by Coach Gemini. Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Bellamy Koga entered, putting their tag team itself on the line, followed by the team of CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay and PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx, who put their titles on the line. The final team, CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions TKOPA's Ulysse "OPA" Demos and "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr., who put the tag titles up for grabs.
The lucha-rules main event, which allows another competitor to enter when one exits the ring, found the All Star contingent also heavily involved, as "Cowboy" Kool Jay walloped Jarry Carey all over the floor and Coach Gemini at one point "tagged himself in" to the match to attack Ulysse Demos. Fifty-odd minutes into the match the flow reversed from TKOPA running the ring to the All Stars spotting an injury to the foot of Teddy Ireland Jr. and exploiting it. They isolated him and continued working over the injured foot, but TKO refused to submit. Corruption spotted an opportunity, grasped it and took the Killer Koga pinfall win over the injured Ireland Jr. to allow him and partner Dirty Daddy to become the new CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions.
As the crowd began exiting the building and goodbyes were said both at the arena and on Twitch, the new tag champions returned to the ring to brutalize the former champions and it seemed as if it was minutes before help arrived from the locker room area.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for CWF ALL STAR NIGHT - 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Kickoff on Saturday June 15th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Corruption's Bellamy "Killer" Koga is on rubber legs after getting nailed by PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx during the main event EVERYTHING TO LOSE match at the CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019 at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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TKOPA's Teddy Ireland Jr. & Ulysse Demos Retain Tag Titles, "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs Retains TV Title At CWF 80'S NIGHT II: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO!
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CWF 80'S NIGHT II: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO kicked off with the introduction of the commentary team's Bob "JR" Ross and CL Barbie. CL introduced PWI President William L. Cross, who invited out CWF Tag Team Champions and 3rd Annual Kernodle Tag Team Tournament champions TKOPA's "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. and Ulysse "OPA" Demos. The All Stars interrupted and it led to a conflict before their main event tag title rematch.
The Amish Outlaws Hezekiah Hoskins and Jebediah Moss entered with Danny Vegas and Betsy the Chicken for opening singles action pitting Vegas against PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx in non-title action. Vegas took his time after the bell rang in removing his gear, with Foxx getting more irritated ever second that passed. Foxx caught Vegas and began giving him the business and Vegas actually turned the tides and took control before big Snooty got fired up and finished the deal with a pinfall win.
JR Ross introduced Redemption's Michael McAllister and Nick Richards. Richards explained he has injured both heels and is unable to compete and wanted partner McAllister to get back into the game with a replacement until he can return. Richards then introduced his recommended partner, rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson and McAllister and Jackson climbed into the ring for their first match as a tag team. Corporate Number Dad entered, followed by his father, Grand Daddy Numbers, who never made it but a few feet beyond the announce table. Corporate Number Dad REFUSED to get caught in Jackson's Torture Rack and SUBMITTED with McAllister still the legal man to avoid the painful submission hold. However, "Action" Jackson continued forward, hoisted the masked accountant across his shoulders where he promptly whimpered as he tapped out for the second time in the match! McAllister and Jackson win by submission.
Danny Vegas and the Amish Outlaws returned to ringside with Betsy the Chicken for an interview segment, leading to Hezekiah Hoskins taking on CWF RGL Champion "Cowboy" M Jay in non-title action. M Jay moonwalked into the arena and across the ring before asking if Annie was alright. The Artist Formerly Known As Kool Jay controlled the match for almost eight minutes but got caught in an Amish onslaught both in the ring and from the floor allowing Hoskins to win a huge bout over the Rising Generation League Champion by pinfall.
Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe, Dirty Daddy and Bellamy Koga were out next for a scheduled tag team bout and Sharpe announced that he would second and allow Dirty and Koga wrestle Cam Carter and Cain Justice in a special attraction tag team bout. A story with many chapters unfolded, with all four competitors holding court at different points of the match. The onslaught of kicks to the head may have weighed the outcome as Justice and Carter battled Corruption for nearly eighteen minutes before winning by pinfall.
Former CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Kamakazi Kid returned to the ring with the house mic and addressed the stipulations added to the KAZI RULES match scheduled for CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE, and Kazi never blinked. He agreed to putting both his mask AND his career on the line against Andrews on June 1st, capping it off with about 15 pounds of thumbtacks poured across the ring canvas.
Festivities continued into intermission capped off with Khan O'Kelly's Solid Gold Dance Competition, which apparently was won by a last-second entrant, the masked Grand Daddy Numbers, who brought his own "jam" to show off his dancing skills to.
Donald J. BitDon entered next along with his Director of Marketing, Khan O'Kelly to challenge the CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs. The two big men went toe-to-toe in a hard-hitting affair that eventually spilled to the floor where Biggs proved to be an unmovable object. Biggs finished off the veteran challenge of BitDon by pinfall with a textbook Thesz press.
The All Stars hit the ring with an extended introduction by Jarry Carey, who welcomed Coach Gemini and his team of PWI International Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins and "AceGawd" Arik Royal for a main event rematch from the 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament Championship. The parallels between this night's main event and a 90's era Rock & Roll Express v. Midnight Express main event are undeniable. The fans were on the edge of their seats, screaming their lungs out as four men battled in epic fashion. The final bell was called for with only 16 seconds remaining in the 30 minute time limit, a pinfall win for TKOPA, who retain the titles and are red hot going into CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2019 on June 1!
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for CWF 80'S NIGHT II: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO! on Saturday May 18th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) TKOPA's Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr. clobbers All Star Arik Royal as Ulysse "OPA" Demos looks on during the main event tag title bout at the CWF 80'S NIGHT II: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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TKOPA's Teddy Ireland Jr. & Ulysse Demos Retain Tag Titles, "Cowboy" Kool Jay Retains RGL Title As New Talent Shines At CWF-RGL THE WILD BUNCH!
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BitDon Corportation's Director of Marketing Khan O'Kelly was introduced for commentary to kick off CWF Rising Generation League's THE WILD BUNCH.
All Star "AceGawd" Arik Royal entered next, demanded the house mic and reintroduced himself before "Party Starter" Keith Mack entered for a little business of his own. The two veterans angled and pitched for several minutes before locking up and trying to prove dominance over each other. The two big men brawled and grappled until Royal was able to end the affair with a pinfall win.
Three-way singles action was up next as three new competitors stepped into the Sportatorium ring to face in singles action. Garrett Sinclair made his entrance, followed by Corey Allen Roberts and big Deandre Jackson. Sinclair made the most noise early and witnessed as Roberts and Jackson made a gentleman's agreement to suppress him. After several conflicts between all three, Jackson ended up on the floor as Corey Allen Roberts pinned Sinclair for the win.
Newcomer "Beefcake Bro" Ramo was out next to take on PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx in non-title singles action. Foxx started fast, beating his opponent to the punch at every turn, but Ramo got his wind and bearings and began to try to take Foxx apart as the tide of the match turned. Chapel Hill's Foxx got his second wind and tired of being a punching back and retook the momentum, winning the bout by pinfall.
Young powerhouse Peter Built entered next to take on rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson in singles action. The two went to battle to determine a true bull of the woods and both showed off their skills and abilities. The impressive newcomer went toe-to-toe with Jackson, who still refuses to back down as long as he's standing, but Jackson was able to catch him in the Torture Rack, forcing a submission out of Peter Built.
CWF Mid-Atlantic's Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay entered to defend his title against newcomer Lucky Ali, a confident young athlete with an attitude. Ali stated he would defeat the Sheriff of CWF Mid-Atlantic and went to work to make that happen at the bell. Kool Jay surprisingly started out on the canvas, working up to a leglock to ground the powerful young challenger before expanding his scope to the entire ring. Ali relentlessly pounded on the RGL Champion every time he could get his hands on him, but Kool Jay retaliated with cool calculated responses that are second nature to the champion. "Cowboy" Kool Jay gets another pinfall win to retain his title over the powerful and impressive Lucky Ali.
Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe and Dirty Daddy entered the arena to challenge CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions TKOPA's Teddy Ireland Jr. and Ulysse Demos in the night's main event. The familiarity of the two teams may have tempered whatever advantage TKOPA may have had coming off of their exciting 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament wins, but familiarity is said to also breed contempt as well, setting up a physical title defense.
It took nearly twenty-five minutes to decide this one, with the champions retaining the belts with a pinfall win, sending Corruption off to once again make a few alterations to their plan for the next time the two meet.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for CWF 80'S NIGHT II: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO! on Saturday May 18th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) TKOPA's Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr. dropkicks Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe in the arms of Ulysse "OPA" Demos during the main event tag title bout at the CWF-RGL THE WILD BUNCH at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Stardate: 05.07.19 3:18 pm
Nobody expected the sudden return of Ulysse "OPA" Demos.
Nobody expected TKOPA to win the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Titles.
Nobody expected TKOPA to win the 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament!
History was made this past weekend when TKOPA's Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr. and Ulysse "OPA" Demos defeated the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions, BitDon ICO, which had already announced the belts were up on every match. Nobody expected these two charismatic young men to resume their run as a well-oiled tag unit, but they did, surviving and winning four big hard-hitting matches in a two-night span to win it all.
Yep, I'm pretty sure that IS what making history looks like, kids.
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The "next generation" of CWF Mid-Atlantic superstars are already stepping through the ropes at the Sportatorium. New faces, new folks in masks and even new voices are being heard more and more each week and it appears a youth movement of sorts is taking hold. The Rising Generation League events are becoming an "underground sensation" known for crazy surprises and fun matches and RGL Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay is one of the most beloved fan favorites on the roster today. Big things are in store for rookies Adrian "Action" Jackson and that crazy masked Number Braaah too, as both have already stepped up numerous times early in their professional careers. Keep your eyes open for even more new talent in the squared circle soon!
Grand Daddy Numbers.
Yes, the masked competitor who returned to ringside for the first time in 52 years at the Kernodle Tag Tournament as a second for Strength In Numbers and then scheduled to compete in eight-man tag team action on the Finals night. The Numbers family is boasting it's largest number to date with the return of Grand Daddy, the Corporate Number Dad and his sons Number Man and Number Braaah. Keep your eyes on these masked jokers as there is no telling what kind of mayhem they'll be involved in during coming months.
It's going to be HOT in the coming months, ya'll. Join us, why don't ya? We'll supply the #Neckbone if ya'll will bring the #NoiZ!
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