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Kernodle Brothers Tag Tournament Qualifier Thrown Out And Biggs Successfully Defends Against Royal In Overtime At CWF SKY HIGH!
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After introduction of the commentary team the All Stars' Jarry Carey entered and introduced Coach Gemini, the host of the Coach's Corner segment. Gemini called out red-hot rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson and went as far as offering him a "position" with the All Stars. When Jackson turned them down, things got a little physical and PWI Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins made his presence felt, joining in to attack the rookie. Jackson held up his end and was eventually in the ring alone, demanding a shot at Wilkins' title. Gemini agreed to a match later in the evening, but refused to put the title on the line.
Singles action kicked off SKY HIGH with the Corporate Number Dad leading out his youngest son, Number Braaah, to the ring for a singles match against TKOPA's Ulysse "OPA" Demos. The fan favorite OPA had the fans solidly behind him with his return to the USA, but Number Braaah refused to join in with the fans. Demos showed off some new in-ring moves and took the masked Braaah to the canvas, forcing him to submit to a Figure Four Leglock.
Danny Vegas was up next teaming with the Amish Outlaws Jebidiah Moss and Hezikiah Hoskins to take on Redemption's Michael McAllister, Mike Mars and Bobby Wohlfert in six-man tag team action. An actual bruhaha erupted with all six men delivering damage and mayhem nearly ensued before Amish Outlaws and Vegas finished off the match with a pinfall win with an assist from a churn. Yes. A churn.
Cain Justice hits the ring, demands the house mic and once again calls out Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe. Sharpe eventually does make his way to ringside, but he came with partners Dirty Daddy and Bellamy Koga in tow. Sharpe explained he and Dirty Daddy had a qualifier match later in the night and only Koga was "free" to wrestle a challenge match, to which Justice agreed to. Justice began his calculated torment of the big man, and the Corruption team continued to make an effort to help decide the outcome of the match. After the eleven minute mark, Justice finds himself on the floor at ringside as Dirty Daddy clubs him with the steel pipe he brings to ringside, with the referee unaware. They toss him back into the ring and Koga steals a win, albiet a three-on-one battle.
PWI International Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins was introduced and joined at ringside by Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey for his non-title singles match against rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson. Jackson entered hot and Wilkins tried to let him burn himself out, making him run, attacking his midsection and breathing and by constantly bailing to the floor when there was no advantage to remaining in the squared circle. Wilkins more or less controlled the first nine minutes of the match before Jackson realized he was still capable of snatching the champion off of his feet and forcing him to submit in the Torture Rack. However, the numbers game won out again, with Wilkins taking the rookie down for the three count.
Aric Andrews grabbed a steel chair and the house mic and made himself comfortable in the ring, ready to resume his running monologue with the CWF faithful. Before he could finish a sentence, Kamakazi Kid flew out of the back into the ring and clobbered Andrews with the steel chair as he exited the ring and made his way out of the arena. Kazi grabbed the mic and challenged Aric Andrews to his possibly career-changing signature match, a KAZI RULES MATCH for CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE!
Corruption's Ethan A. Sharpe and Dirty Daddy entered along with Bellamy Koga for the final Qualifier Match for the 3rd Annual KERNODLE BROTHERS TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT against PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx and CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay. A fight between the very familiar foes erupted and The fan favorites took a quick advantage over the Corruption team. The battle waged back and forth, leading up to a huge momentum advantage for the eventual victor, qualifying for the big two-night tournament in May. However, there was no winner after Cain Justice ran back into the arena to attack Ethan A. Sharpe and during the confusion, the referee calls for the bell, stating that a wrestler had put his hands on him, throwing the match out completely.
Jarry Carey basked in the glow of the adoring Sportatorium fans and introduced All Star Arik "AceGawd" Royal, who was scheduled to challenge CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs for his belt. The two big men butted heads, brawled, powered, shoved and kicked their way to a stalemate, with the traditional ten minute time limit expiring with no winner. Royal began challenging Biggs to re-start the match, beat him if he wanted to remain champion and the Rampaging Beast bit, allowing the official to start the match again with the title still on the line. The bulls of the woods fought an epic battle that broke down to fisticuffs and survival and three minutes after the match was began a second time, Biggs pinned the Ace to retain the title.
CWF Mid-Atlantic hosts the 3rd Annual KERNODLE BROTHERS TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT on Friday and Saturday May 3rd and 4th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for TWO NIGHTS of skull-crushing wrestling action! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) TKOPA's Ulysse "OPA" Demos nails the masked Number Braaah with a soccer kick in singles action at CWF SKY HIGH at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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TKOPA Reunite And Qualify For The 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Tournament At CWF-RGL THE WARRIOR'S WAY!
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A great group of wrestling fans assembled at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF-RGL THE WARRIOR'S WAY and got loud at the introduction of the night's lead commentator Chris Riddle. The opening bout witnessed the entire Corruption group entering for Ethan Alexander Sharpe's scheduled singles match against newcomer Buddy Flowers. The fans immediately picked up on Flowers, chanting "Flower Power" for much of the bout, and the youngster went toe-to-toe with veteran Sharpe for a good ten minutes. However, it was the last couple of minutes that saw Sharpe turn the tides and take control, basically nailing that anchor punch uppercut, granting him a pinfall win.
One half of the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions, CEO Donald J. BitDon entered with the house mic and announced that there will be no title defenses until he and Otto Schwanz appear in the 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament. Pulling a page out of CWF's Weaver Cup history, BitDon also announced that they would be putting the Tag Team Titles on the line in EVERY match in the tournament in which they compete in.
Three teams entered for three-way one fall tag team action, starting with newcomers Danny Vegas and "Amish Outlaw" Hezikiah Hoskins followed by returning TGA Moss with newcomer Jamal the Titan and the team of PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx and newcomer Rocky Webster. All six men battled each other, including at one point seeing Vegas and Hoskins both tagged in at the same time in this rowdy tilt. TGA Moss and Jamal the Titan took the duke, winning by pinfall in this hard-hitting battle.
The masked Corporate Number Dad escorted out his #1 son the 2018 Model Number Man for singles action against the red-hot youngster Adrian "Action" Jackson in singles action. The two bulls went to battle with the Number Man continuing his family tradition of counting repetitive moves for the children at ringside as the tide of the battle flowed in his direction. Jackson withstood the flow of the tides and sent his opponent scurrying to the floor over a threat of the torture rack move minutes before catching the Number Man in it and winning by submission.
Cain Justice entered in street clothes, asked for a mic and called out Ethan Sharpe. Sharpe never showed, but TGA Moss did, asking for a match. Justice called for a referee and started taking off his street clothes accepting the challenge and the bell soon rang. Justice went into the classic torment mode, bending and stretching joints and contorting Moss on the canvas at different angles. Justice finally finished it off with a submission before exiting to locate the clothes he took off earlier.
CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay was up next challenged for the title by the returning Steampunk Myzery. The Steampunk showed off even more skills in his offensive arsenal against the resilient Sheriff of CWF, hitting him high and low. Kool Jay maintained his cool and rode hard to get control of the match, taking down Myzery, who is showing more confidence in the ring at ever showing, by pinfall, leaving both men exhausted at the bell.
"Mr. Everything" Victor Andrews chose that moment to enter and demand that Kool Jay fight him. He stated up front he didn't care about the title, he just wanted to fight and the Cowboy did not back down a second, accepting immediately. The bell rang and Andrews took a moment before taking advantage of the already winded RGL champ, but soon went to the challenge of making sure Kool Jay never got his breath back. The duly-elected sheriff soon found himself not only worn down but limping in the ring when he brought the match off of the canvas and toe-to-toe. "Cowboy" Kool Jay was able to ride off into the sunset after a sudden pinfall win over the veteran Andrews.
Ethan Alexander Sharpe led his Corruption team of Dirty Daddy and Bellamy Koga to the ring for the main event qualifier match guaranteeing the winner entry into the 3rd Annual Kernodle Cup Tag Team Tournament. "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. entered alone, asked for the house mic and says he's been told this is his last chance to get into the Kernodle Tag Tournament and shocked everyone by introducing his last regular partner Ulysse "OPA" Demos, who has returned to the United States from his home in France. Before the bell could be rang Cain Justice's music sounds and the entrance lights up and running out of the entrance is Justice in street clothes with his back strapped across his back. He chased Ethan Sharpe out of the front door and neither returned for the duration of the main event.
The bell sounded and the somewhat familiar foes engaged in a slobber-knocker from start to finish with the Corruption team and TKOPA getting busy and taking everything personal. TKOPA pulled off some really good continuity and even broke out a new move on Dirty Daddy, the Double Soccer Kick. Corruption refused to back down, however and at one point Dirty Daddy connected with a vicious clothesline that evened the odds for both teams. TKOPA's ability to work as a team became the focus as both Ireland Jr. and Demos were able to hit a few impressive team moves to turn the tide for good and the pinfall win to guarantee their spot in the 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament in May.
CWF Mid-Atlantic's Young Lions return to center stage on Saturday May 11th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for a full card of skull-crushing wrestling action! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. drags Corruption's Bellamy Koga over and tags in partner Ulysse "OPA" Demos in main event tag team qualifier action at CWF-RGL THE WARRIOR'S WAY at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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The Sheriff And His Posse Regulate In Main Event Tag Action At CWF-RGL TRUE GRIT!
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The New Age Commentary Dream Team of Khan O'Kelly and Chris Riddle were introduced prior to the action, and were soon followed into the arena by Corruption. Ethan Sharpe found himself interrupted by Redemption's Nick Richards and an agreement was made for the latest addition to Corruption, Bellamy Koga, would face Richards in singles action. Sharpe and Dirty Daddy dropped to the floor as the contest began with Richards and Koga figuring each other out early. The ringside distraction became physical whenever Sharpe and Dirty found the opportunity, and the effects added up on the outnumbered Richards. Koga wins by pinfall with a little help from his friends.
Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe stepped through the ropes for singles action against "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. in the next contest, with Sharpe's partners once again camped at ringside. Ireland had success in stepping away from Sharpes patented uppercut but got caught up in the heat of the moment, especially after seeing Sharpe prematurely celebrating and attacking late without abandon. Ireland Jr. nearly pulled it off, but found himself staring at the lights for the three count, giving Corruption their second win of the evening.
The Dad Bods, Corporate Number Dad & Dirty Daddy made their way to the ring for tag action, and the Number Dad banished his son Number Braaah to his room with no X-Box until his RGL match following intermission. Red-hot rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson and PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx entered and tempers flared quickly and the match seemed to become somewhat personal for all involved. Foxx demonstrated his durability and Jackson displayed the capability to become a big success in the sport as they wore down the veteran duo of Dads. Snooty Foxx and Adrian Jackson get the duke with a submission win.
The masked young Number Braaah returned to the ring to take on CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay with the RGL Championship on the line. The masked rookie quickly established that he's not as shady as his father seems to be, but would indeed take a shortcut if it presented itself at the right moment for a win. The duly-elected Sheriff of CWF Mid-Atlantic, perhaps the most versitile performer in the ring on any given night, took a beating from the excited rookie but kept his head on his shoulders and reversed the masked man's fortunes, sending him home to the Pacific Palasades without a title belt, Kool Jay wins by pin to retain the championship.
The scheduled main event never happened as Corruption and the Numbers Family hit the ring, with a response in kind by "Action" Jackson, "TKO" and Snooty Foxx. Referee Charles Richardson sauntered toward the ring, asked for a house mic and inquired as to what had happened to the scheduled main event. When approached about officiating a handicap 4 on 5 tag team match instead, Richardson agreed and called for the bell after each of the competitors agreed as well.
Both Number Braaah and Corporate Number Dad shared the corner with Corruption's Sharpe, Daddy and Koga as the in-ring combat remained one on one for much of the main event match. Nothing likely was decided after more than twenty minutes of fighting other than the submission that gave the team of Kool Jay, Adrian Jackson, Snooty Foxx and Teddy Ireland Jr. the victory in one crazy main event tag match.
CWF Mid-Atlantic's Young Lions return to center stage on Saturday April 23rd at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF-RGL THE WARRIOR'S WAY! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Corruption's Dirty Daddy gets suplexed by partners Adrian "Action" Jackson & Snooty Foxx in main event tag team action at CWF TRUE GRIT at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Entire Roster of CWF Mid-Atlantic Steps Up at CWF STAND & DELIVER! Dawson Brothers Return! Corruption Expands! Khan O'Kelly Nearly Molested In Ring!
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Commentary team CL Party and Khan O'Kelly were introduced and CWF STAND & DELIVER was underway! Tag team action kicked off the competition as Corruption's Ethan Sharpe and Dirty Daddy squared off against the team of "El Fuego" Jesse Ortega and Mike Mars. The veteran wiles of Ortega combined with the juggernaut Mike Mars upset the established tag team with a pinfall win.
Fan-favorite Chris "TNT" Taylor was out next to take on the unpredictable Aric Andrews in singles action. Taylor took control early by going to the canvas but the poster child for a bad attitude kicked his game up a gear and took control, winning by pinfall with a snarl for the fans.
Bellamy Koga hit the entrance ramp for non-title singles action against powerhouse PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx with a look of determination in his eyes. Foxx entered and went to work against the developing veteran competitor who has made noticable gains in the past year. When Foxx turned the tables in has favor, Corruption make their presence felt with a little distraction on one side of the ring that allowed an attack on the other. Foxx was defeated by pinfall in a three-on-one situation and Ethan Sharpe added insult to injury by choosing that time to announce Bellamy Koga is officially the newest member of Corruption.
With the possibility of your team being eliminated from the 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament or a guaranteed high seed for the winner, Redemption's Nick Richards and Michael McAllister squared off against CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay and "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. A fast yet friendly bout broke out with the fans being the true winners. The Sheriff bounced off of the concrete like a super ball at one point after being tossed out of the ring and hit the ring without losing a stride as both teams showed a bit of their training to everyone watching. Redemption wins the bout by pinfall, embraces their opponents and exit together.
The "Pride of Pacifice Palasades" Number Braaah was introduced next for singles action against former CWF Champion Kamakazi Kid in a battle of the masked men. Blows were exchanged and both competitors questioned each other's parentage in an entertaining chopfest that left the rookie Number Braaah's chest blistered from vicious Kazi chops. Number Braaah didn't back down, had a few moments where he hit Kazi with a big air move and followed with a near pinfall with Kamakazi somewhat stunned. Kazi held court and refused to bend to the most recent addition to the Numbers Family, winning by pinfall over the impressive young Dojo grad.
Coach Gemini introduced "Ace" Arik Royal, who in turn introduced himself all over again before the introduction of his singles opponent rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson with a shot at the CWF Worldwide Television Title on the line. Jackson quickly showed Royal that he was there for the TV Title shot and wasn't intimidated by the multiple-time Weaver Cup and CWF champion's history or stature. Royal continues to prove he can will himself into an irresistable force, taking the red-hot rookie to task and winning by pinfall for the shot at CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs.
CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Champions Donald J. BitDon and Otto Schwanz entered with Khan O'Kelly taking the house mic and demanding to see PWI President Cross who ordered the champions to defend against a mystery team. CL Party entered with Cross' proxy, the official announcement that the challengers were former CWF Tag Champions the Dawson Brothers, Dave and Zane Dawson. They entered from the fire exit as Team BitDon awaited an entrance from the stage and chaos ensued. A hard-fought and often confusing battle raged with O'Kelly interfering whenever possible from the floor and even the ring apron. The Dawsons turned their rage at one point to the BitDon Marketing Director and that was the opening the champions needed to redouble their efforts and retain the titles by pinfall.
PWI International Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins entered for the main event with Coach Gemini and Arik Royal, and Royal "retired" to the commentary position. Challenger Cain Justice entered and the two went at it before the bell sounded. Justice took the champion to the canvas quickly and began to work over areas around the Wilkins' wrist and hand before starting into the almost ritual-like manipulation of the joints of the lower arm. Thirty minutes into the match and it takes an attack from Royal to key an All Star advantage, with the referee's attention diverted just right for an attack that leaves Justice on his back ripe for the pinfall win. Wilkins takes the pin and the All Stars then continue the attack the already beaten up Justice on the canvas as the Corruption team rushes in to join the Cain-bashing bash. The locker room cleared and after several minutes of brawling the All Stars and Corruption were beat back as the rest of the roster stood together as a unit in the ring.
CWF Mid-Atlantic's Young Lions return to center stage on Saturday March 23rd at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF-RGL TRUE GRIT! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Challenger Cain Justice slithers out of the grasp of PWI International Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins in main event title action at CWF STAND & DELIVER at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Stardate: 03.05.19 7:44 pm
A new era kicked off this past Saturday at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium as it was the first CWF event in many years without one Trevor Lee involved somehow. Unless you've been under a rock you know that Trevor left for the "big leagues" with the WWF and CWF Mid-Atlantic's Heavyweight Title was left vacant after he surrendered it back to the promotion after defeating Cain Justice in his last CWF title defense.
New faces and rising stars have discovered they are in a most unique situation, with the announcement that the vacant CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title will be awarded to the winner of the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Toruament, it sets the summer to "Electric", as every competitor will be first trying to qualify to enter the Weaver Cup Tournament and every win and loss will be magnified until the Tournament and Title are decided in August. Madness may ensue, fans, the possibilities are ENDLESS here!
Younger competitors are already stepping up to the plate for a shot at the biggest Double Crown Championship in recent history. "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. has became a vocal backer behind the scenes and a veritable cheerleader for the entire locker room. Snooty Foxx, all I can say is go check out a Chapel Hill CWF event, he's got his town covered like a blanket of snow. Mike Mars is serving notice with or without tag partner "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs, who has rolled over most competition of late. Anybody notice big Bellamy Koga? Better not overlook him in ANY role in the ring.
Who saw the BitDon Corp. taking the Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles? Otto Schwanz is not stranger to the gold and Donald J. BitDon isn't exactly a stranger to it either, no surprise here. They can hold them as long as they choose, at least leading up to the Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament in May. Dirty Daddy and Ethan A. Sharpe have become a functioning dangerous unit capable of defeating anyone on any given night. RGL Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay has taken a leadership role and is still one of the fans' favorites at the Sportatorium. Redemption's Michael McAllister and Nick Richards are still going toe-to-toe with anyone who will step through the ropes with them, in both tag and singles action. Cain Justice? He may be the "chosen one" with the large steps he's taken in the last few months inside of the squared circle.
Kamakazi Kid, a former champion, has emerged again as a locker room staple as well as All Stars Arik "Ace" Royal and Roy Wilkins. "The 1st" Ric Converse has had some tense moments with former best friend Smith Garrett in the past few months and things get edgy when both of them are in close proximity to each other. Aric Andrews is always around and capable of throwing a monkey wrench in anyone's day. "Pitbull" Steven Idol has made a name for himself and can be a player in any situation, a guy to keep an eye on indeed. Chris "TNT" Taylor is in play in CWF Mid-Atlantic as are returning veterans Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega and "High Definition" Steve Green.
Recent CWF Dojo graduates joining the roster are the latest masked Number Family member, the Pride of Pacific Palasades, the Number Braaah, who seems pretty resilient and game for anything after the bell sounds. He says he's the son of the Corporate Number Dad, who also makes somewhat regular appearances in CWF. The powerhouse that has turned a few heads already is young Adrian "Action" Jackson (who we identified as A.J. Gunnz in the RGL Report). Jackson has an incredible physique and unlimited potential and as with everyone mentioned in this Soapbox (MY opinions, mind you) are capable of qualifying and getting into the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament and win the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship along with the Weaver Cup Trophy.
It's going to be INTERESTING 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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