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"Cowboy" Kool Jay Wins the 19TH ANNUAL CWF RUMBLE!
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The 19th ANNUAL CWF RUMBLE began with the introduction of the evening's commentary team, Chris Riddle and Amber Gertner before the first match was introduced in the ring.
Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe entered with partners Dirty Daddy and Killa Koga to defend his CWF Worldwide Television Championship against "Cowboy" Kool Jay. Sharpe played the stall game to wear down the ten minute television time limit, spending Kool Jay's valuable time on the floor waiting out the ten count. When the Sheriff finally got his hands on the TV Champion, he did inflict as much pain as possible in an attempt to put another title belt around his waist. The ten minute time limit expired before the referee could make the three-count for Kool Jay to win the belt, Sharpe retains by rule.
Former All Star and current Free Agent Roy Wilkins entered next and shared some thoughts with the fans and the Twitch audience, reinforcing the fact that he has indeed switched locker rooms and is excited to take up arms beside the wrestlers he used to oppose against the All Stars and their ilk.
Singles action hit the ring next with Jamal the Titan taking on Billy Dixon. Dixon's history with the BitDon Corporation reared it's head as Khan O'Kelly appeared at ringside, causing Dixon to turn his back on Jamal the Titan, a mistake amplified by a pinfall win for the Titan.
The Skywalkers returned to action at the Sportatorium, this time battling to be the new #1 Contender for the PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship currently held by "Southern Savior" John Skyler. Hometown boy Andrew Everett stepped through the ropes once again to battle the high-flying Cam Carter and magic ensued. A fun and familiar competition began, from back-flips to chops that quickly became a much more serious contest moments later. A thing of beauty and violence ensued with Everett eventually putting the shoulders of Carter to the canvas for the three count.
William L. Cross introduced the 1st Annual Dirty Daddy Body Building Classic, with the sponsor led to the ring by partners Killa Koga and TV Champion Sharpe before the introduction of Adrian "Action" Jackson. The two took turns on the platform, displaying three different poses. Sharpe declared his man Dirty Daddy the winner and Cross interrupted and asked the crowd who won. After they decided on Jackson, Corruption attacked the winner. Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr. hit the ring to help run Corruption off after their cowardly three-on-one attack.
Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey entered next, introducing the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion, All Star Arik Royal, who is contracted to defend against Michael "the Fury" McAllister. McAllister entered and the two settled in for the long haul, battling back and forth in a physical and somewhat personal contest. They fought in the ring, in the bleachers and on the concrete floor for well over twenty-five minutes and it seems that Royal depends on his security blanket, his team, to retain his title when the going gets tough. Rising Generation League Champion All Star TGA Moss ended up at ringside to lend a helping hand to his teammates to insure a win for Royal.
The 19th ANNUAL CWF RUMBLE kicked off with PWI International Trios Champions Viva Las Amish's Danny Vegas starting off against CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Pineapple Express' Number Braaah. Every 90 seconds, another competitor was introduced into the match, with Steampunk Myzery, Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Pineapple Exrpess' Buddy Flowers entering next. PWI Central Carolins Champion Snooty Foxx entered, followed by PWI International Trios Champion Hezekiah Hoskins, "the Big Hurt of Wrestling" DeAndre Jackson, Cam Carter, and "All Business" James Bandy.
Corruption's Killa Koga entered followed by the Corporate Number Dad, who immediately attacked Buddy Flowers, Viva Las Amish's Jebediah Moss. Trios Champion Danny Vegas was the first man eliminated, followed by the Steampunk, Corporate Number Dad and his son, Number Braaah. Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr. entered, followed by RGL Champion All Star TGA Moss and big Mike Mars. DeAndre Jackson was eliminated and then followed to the locker room by Buddy Flowers, James Bandy, Hezekiah Hoskins and Jebedian Moss.
Redemption's Nick Richards entered next, followed by Adrian "Action" Jackson and "Cowboy" Kool Jay. Snooty Foxx found himself on his back on the concrete, followed out by Teddy "TKO" Ireland Jr., Killa Koga and partner Dirty Daddy. TV Champion Ethan Sharpe enters followed by the returning Marcellus "Mid Atlantic" King, Otto Wrestling Machine and "the 1st" Ric Converse. Mike Mars was tossed out next, followed by TGA Moss before the entry of "High Definition" Steve Greene, Donald J. BitDon, and Andrew Everett.
Cam Carter was eliminated followed by Otto Wrestling Machine, who was attacked by Nick Richards, who has apparently moved into the corporate structure of the BitDon Corporation. Roy Wilkins, PWI International Heavyweight Champion Brad Attitude and newcomer Chiva Kid Numero Dos entered before the final entrant, Khan O'Kelly. Adrian "Action" Jackson was out next to the floor, followed by BitDon's Nick Richards and "High Definition" Steve Greene.
Ric Converse was eliminated next before Chiva Kid Numero Dos and Khan O'Kelly were sent to the locker room. Marcellus King stood his ground but was eventually sent out, followed by Andrew Everett and Roy Wilkins, who was attacked by former partner Arik Royal. Donald J. BitDon was eliminated next, leaving only Sharpe, Attitude and Kool Jay in play to win any championship in CWF Mid-Atlantic. Sharpe found the concrete and Kool Jay found himself left with only Brad Attitude in his way to the Rumble win.
"Cowboy" Kool Jay pulled every ounce of heart to the surface to continue to battle and turned on the offense against Brad Attitude, sending him to the canvas with a kick to the back of the head. The Sheriff turned on the afterburners and eliminated the PWI Heavyweight Champion to win the 19th ANNUAL CWF RUMBLE and a shot at the title of his choice.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for on Saturday October 19th at 7:30pm for CWF FRIGHT NIGHT at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Andrew Everett flips out over Cam Carter in PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship Contenders action at the 19th ANNUAL CWF RUMBLE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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"Ace" Arik Royal Retains CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title At Wild CWF-RGL EL DORADO!
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CWF Rising Generation League EL DORADO kicked off with the introduction of commentary team Amber Gertner and Chris Riddle before action kicked off in the squared circle.
Corruption's Killa Koga entered with CWF Worldwide Television Champion Ethan A. Sharpe to take on newcomer Jamal Hewens in a singles tilt. Hewens, who was garbed in smiley faces, tried to make the fans smile but kept getting roughed up by Koga. Koga may have began toying with his opponent early but discovered that just because Jamal Hewen was smiling didn't mean he was serious about his match. Young Hewens wins by pinfall in what's easily considered an upset.
Singles action pitted two newcomers, Mike Killgannon against Damien Wright in an action-packed back-and-forth affair. The two displayed their skills in a great catch as catch can outing that ended up with Wright snatching a well-deserved win by pinfall.
CWF Worldwide Television Champion Ethan A. Sharpe entered next along with Corruption teammate Killa Koga to take on Snooty Foxx in a traditional ten minute television time limit match for the TV Title. Foxx, the reigning PWI Central Carolinas Champion, couldn't keep Sharpe in the ring and Sharpe never once hesitated to ask how much time remained several times during the match. Snooty did get his hands on Sharpe and Koga popped up on the ring apron to get his attention, allowing Sharpe to turn on the offense. Sharpe retained the title by rule after the ten minute time limit expired, the match a time limit draw.
"Wrestling's Last Outlaw" Sean Stephens entered next to take on the duly-elected Sheriff of CWF Mid-Atlantic, the popular "Cowboy" Kool Jay in singles action. The much larger Stephens manhandled the Cowboy and drove him into the canvas from his shoulders several times, but Kool Jay just kept getting up. Stephens had to wonder what drove the guy he was playing Human Lawn Darts with to continue getting up and fighting over and over again, and had time to ponder that point as "Cowboy" Kool Jay pulled off the pinfall win.
A highly-anticipated Street Fight was up next with Corruption's Dirty Daddy calling out Redemption's Nick Richards for a match that is normally even more violent than the usual wrestling contest. They brawled on the concrete floor and made several forays into the bleachers in front of the ring, sending fans scurrying away to avoid the fight. The match did end in the ring with Dirty Daddy getting the pinfall for the win over Richards.
All Star Jarry Carey entered next with Coach Gemini to introduce the current CWF Rising Generation League Champion, All Star TGA Moss. Moss had some words for the fans and more for the rest of the competition in the area before squaring off against newcomer "Mother Lover" Jake Tucker for the RGL Championship. Tucker made the most of his championship opportunity, taking the match to Moss from bell-to-bell. The impressive young grappler kept up with the buzzsaw that TGA Moss can sometimes be inside of the ring and stayed in the match until the very end well over fifteen minutes into the contest when Moss got the pinfall to end it.
The PWI International Trios Championship Trophy was once again unveiled in it's return to the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium in the possession of Viva Las Amish's Danny Vegas, Jebediah Moss and Hezekiah Hoskins. After winning the Championship last weekend in Japan, the first American title defense pitted the champions against the "OG" Pineapple Express, CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Pineapple Express' Number Braaah and Buddy Flowers with Redemption's Michael McAllister. A borderline wild battle broke out with Hezekiah Hoskins proving to be the "iron man" of the team, spending much of the bout in the ring as the legal man for his team. Big Jebediah proved to be the anchor, the one that sets up the opponent for the kill, which is frequently the chore of Vegas. After more than sixteen minutes of break-neck speed, the Amish were able to finish off the challengers, pinning one of the Tag Champions in the process.
Chris Riddle hit the ring to introduce the main event only to be preempted by All Star Jarry Carey who introduced Coach Gemini and "AceGawd" Arik Royal. Percy Prescott then interrupted the proceedings with an official announcement from PWI President William Cross, that Coach and Carey could NOT be present at ringside for the main event. Riddle introduced Adrian "Action" Jackson to a roar and the last two men to wear the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title belt went at it for possession of the gold.
The red-hot rookie went toe-to-toe with the experienced veteran and took him off of his feet several times with the tide of battle flowing between both men. Nearing the twenty minute mark a shadowy figure entered from the back door and slid to the ring, stood up and delivered a low blow to Jackson, allowing Royal to finish the match with a pinfall win. RGL Champion TGA Moss joined the celebration in the ring with Royal, Carey and Coach with a dejected and hurting Jackson sat in the corner.
The All Stars give the mic to the Champion and he told Jackson that he would one day be considered great, but not today. As the All Stars began to encircle Jackson, the locker room emptied with help for the fan favorite. Michael McAllister made a very strong point with the new champion before "Action" Jackson finally hoisted him up in the Torture Rack several minutes after the conclusion of the contest.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for on Saturday October 5th at 7:30pm for the 19th Annual CWF RUMBLE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Adrian "Action" Jackson tries to figure out how to finish off All Star Arik Royal in main event CWF Mid-Atlantic title action at CWF-RGL EL DORADO at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Adrian "Action" Jackson Wins Heavyweight Title; Ethan Sharpe Wins CWF Worldwide Television Championship; & TGA Moss Wins RGL Championship At CWF GOLD RUSH!
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Redemption's Nick Richards and Chris Riddle were introduced for commentary before PWI President William L. Cross entered with a house mic and introduced Adrian "Action" Jackson, who faces Arik Royal for the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship in the night's main event. Jackson entered and showed the fans and the PWI President that he was indeed ready for the challenge of the night's main event.
CWF GOLD RUSH kicked off with the Rising Generation League Title on the line with the popular "Cowboy" Kool Jay defending against the All Stars' TGA Moss. The All Star entourage remained out of the picture until Coach Gemini introduced a pair of brass knuckles into the bout behind the back of the referee. Moss made the most of the "golden opportunity" and took the title away from the fan favorite with a little help from his friends.
Two men entered next for a guaranteed spot in the 19th Annual CWF RUMBLE and it showed! The "Big Hurt of Professional Wrestling" DeAndre Jackson went to war against "All Business" James Bandy and the two heavyweights went tooth-and-nail from bell to bell. Jackson held court for most of the match but Bandy regained the momentum and took down his aggressive opponent via pinfall, earning the spot in the CWF RUMBLE on Oct. 5th.
Mike Mars was introduced next to challenge Snooty Foxx for the PWI Central Carolinas Championship in another battle of big men. The two beat each other as if money was owed with some fisticuffs and kicks added in for flavor. Foxx retains the title by pinfall in a powerful display of offense.
Donald J. BitDon and Khan O'Kelly entered with the house mic and spilled the beans that due to car trouble Billy Dixon was unable to make it to GOLD RUSH, leaving Chris Riddle searching for someone to represent him. Riddle surprised the house by presenting Cain Justice, with five minutes alone in the ring with Khan O'Kelly for Riddle if Justice wins on the line. The CEO showed some violence from his past and had a fire in his eye as he battled the popular Justice, eventually pinning him to keep his Marketing Director safe from Riddle, Who himself ended up face-down on the canvas with O'Kelly dancing around him.
Three-way CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Title action was up next with Corruption's Dirty Daddy and Killa Koga battling Redemption's Michael McAllister and CWF Tag Champions Pineapple Express' Number Braaah and Buddy Flowers. A hard-hitting fast paced battle broke out with the tag champions starting out with a game of rock, paper, scissors. The combination of Pineapple and Redemption was almost able to completely neutralize the shady tactics of Corruption and everybody was in a position they had to wrestle. The champions displayed some cool teamwork and maintained a level of "chill" with Redemption en route to retaining the titles by pinfall. The champions then invited Redemption to join them for some fruity tropical and such after the event.
The All Stars arrived at the ring like a parade, with Jarry Carey, then Coach Gemini and finally CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion "Ace" Arik Royal. Challenger Adrian "Action" Jackson entered and Gemini offered him a spot on the All Stars yet again before the bell sounded. Royal began trying to make the challenger doubt his own training and skills, but Jackson seemed over the course of the match to pass that test. Royal did eventually ding the challenger, leaving him unsure on his feet, and with the referee out cold on the ring apron Jarry Carey and Coach Gemini entered the ring, grabbing Jackson to set him up for a brass knuckles shot from Royal. Before Royal could deliver, Roy Wilkins interrupted and hit the ring on a mission. Adrian "Action" Jackson got his wits about him and signaled he was going to rack up Royal as Wilkins removed the referee's shirt and put it on himself. Jackson took Royal to the canvas, Wilkins made the count and called for the bell. The celebration began immediately with the ring filling with guys from the locker room and the new Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion got a ride around the ring on the shoulders of his friends.
The Young Lions of CWF Mid-Atlantic return to center stage for on Saturday September 28th at 7:30pm for CWF Rising Generation League EL DORADO at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for on Saturday October 5th at 7:30pm for the 19th Annual CWF RUMBLE at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) New CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Adrian "Action" Jackson gets a ride on the shoulders of Mike Mars after winning the title in main event action at CWF GOLD RUSH at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Brad Attitude Wins PWI International Heavyweight Championship, Pineapple Express Wins CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Titles at CWF NIGHT OF RECKONING!
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Chris Riddle and CL Party were introduced followed by the first match of the evening, pitting Corruption's Killa Koga against CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs. Biggs cleared the ring apron of Corruption and turned his ire toward Koga but found himself being struck in the head repeatedly by the educated feet of Koga. The Beast roared to life and snuffed out the challenge of the growing talent of Killa Koga winning by pinfall.
Khan O'Kelly led Otto Wrestling Machine to the ring for singles action against fan favorite Mike Mars. The two bulls went head-to-head and thundered around the ring beating on each other with a fury. A back and forth battle raged right up until the match's time limit was about to expire when Otto Wrestling Machine finally forced Mike Mars' shoulders to the canvas for the three count.
The BitDon Corporation re-entered the arena with Donald J. BitDon, O'Kelly and Schwanz returning to the ring. Commentator Chris Riddle caught the ire of BitDon, who rolled to the floor and grabbed Riddle, tossing him into the ring. The CEO began the choke out as an unknown wrestler hit the ring in Riddle's defense, sending Team BitDon to the floor. Chris Riddle then introduced his friend "New Classic" Billy Dixon, who tossed down the guantlet to the BitDon guys for a match at CWF Gold Rush.
Tag team action was introduced next with Viva Las Amish's Hezekiah Hoskins and Jebediah Moss with Danny Vegas facing PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx and CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay in tag team action. The four battled, brawled and grappled with the tide of battle going back and forth between the teams in a hard-hitting affair that found the twenty minute time limit expiring before either team could manage a pinfall win, decided as a time limit draw.
"TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. and his new bride were introduced marking his return to CWF Mid-Atlantic, albeit as a referee in the #1 Contenders match that followed, pitting Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe and Dirty Daddy against Redemption's Michael McAllister and Nick Richards. This one got personal as the familiar foes returned to basic street fighting for much of the match. The official's temper was raised several times and he eventually came OUT of the referee's stripes in anger, but regained his composure to make the three count for the Redemption pinfall win.
CL Party entered the ring with a house mic and had a few questions for fired up rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson, who will face CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion All Star Arik Royal at CWF GOLD RUSH. Jackson says he is ready for the biggest opportunity of his career on Saturday September 21st.
The All Stars' Jarry Carey entered and introduced Coach Gemini who introduced double champion "AceGawd" Arik Royal for the signed CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Title defense. Partner Roy Wilkins was nowhere to be found as the Coach's "hand picked challengers" Pineapple Express's Buddy Flowers and Number Braaah entered on a wave of electricity. Royal played a slow game, dropping to the floor and sliding out of the ring, doing everything he could to stay in the apparent handicap championship match. The young guys showed off some great double-team moves and kept at Royal and even Coach Gemini when he tagged himself in as a substitute.
The most valuable free agent in CWF Roy Wilkins did finally enter the arena and join the All Stars, setting up Number Braaah for a favorite All Star finisher, but at the last moment pulled the masked youngster to safety, leaving his partner alone once again. The titles changed hands at the 18 minute and 48 second mark as the exciting young Pineapple Express were able to get a pinfall win over Royal.
Roy Wilkins stood in the ring with his PWI International Heavyweight Title belt laughing as Coach Gemini announced that the contract for the main event title defense was a No DQ rules match. That's when Brad Attitude walked into the ring behind him and clobbered him with a chair, followed by the referee calling for the bell for the match to start.
Two seasoned technical veterans went to battle with Brad Attitude showing a persistence that surprised many in the Sportatorium. He pulled out all stops, opened his bag of tricks and did everything he could to position himself to become the next PWI International Heavyweight Champion. The All Stars remained at ringside, vocally pulling for Attitude and enjoyed the mayhem that allowed Brad Attitude to grab the title belt and clobber Roy Wilkins with it, followed up by the pinfall win for new champion Brad Attitude. Attitude left the ring and Corruption returned to attack Wilkins for refusing to join their ranks. The new tag team champions Pineapple Express made the save, helping Wilkins exit the arena without further damage.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action for on Saturday September 21st at 7:30pm for CWF GOLD RUSH at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) PWI International Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins waits on challenger Brad Attitude for another shot with a kendo stick in No DQ PWI International Heavyweight Championship action at CWF NIGHT OF RECKONING at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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:::Steps up onto the soapbox:::
Stardate: 08.27.19 1:50 pm
In the blink of an eye, your world can change.
Your personal world, your recreational world and your business world.
PWI International Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins, who also holds half of the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championships with All Star Arik Royal, was literally screwed over by his own team to allow Royal to walk away with an unprecedented THIRD Johnny Weaver Cup Tournament Championship AND the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title.
Wilkins refused to sign a contract extention, ripping the offer paperwork to shreds before the stunned house at CWF 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament Finals at the Sportatorium. Calling himself a "Free Agent" Wilkins' change of heart concerning his former team may be a bigger story than the Cup being won for the third time by Royal.
Roy Wilkins, a consumate professional wrestler and instructor, has always been at the beck and call of the All Stars' Coach Gemini. But no longer. The absolute worse enemy you can make is someone who has rode those miles on the highway with you, seen you at your worst and knows you better than you can imagine. This was an unexpected moment in CWF Mid-Atlantic's history, and one that left fans and pundits alike standing with their mouths open looking on in disbelief.
Coach's problems will also include the fact that he just lost the input on talent from the Dojo's top trainer, which also sets up Wilkins a unique opportunity to join forces with talent he can depend on inside of the squared circle. Talent he knows inside out and has a good deal of knowledge about what they can or can not do in the ring. I certainly see Michael McAllister and Nick Richards as two he may turn to in the near future as well as some of the young lions of the CWF such as Number Braaah and Adrian "Action" Jackson.
The All Stars have to be working overtime to fill the huge spot that just opened on their roster, despite the unexpected return of Mace Li and the newest All Star, TGA Moss, who is showing out everywhere he turns up. We probably will not know what moves Coach will make behind the scenes until he decides to share his strategy and any changes he has in mind will not be known until he decides to show his hand.
The summer of '19 just got hotter than ever.
:::Steps off of Soapbox:::
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