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RCW's Battle Of The Saturday Night Superstars...On A Sunday Night Kicks Out The Jams!

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Riders In The Country

Randleman, NC

10.20.13

Lost Cause" Nick Richards and Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea kicked off 2013's RCW Riders appearance, giving the fans more than they could have expected in a match. Lea continuously came back from Richard's attacks, building momentum toward a convincing win. However, Richards didn't see things that way, pinning the shoulders of Lea for the three count and a roar of disapproval from the fans.

Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride and Brian Hall hit the ring to announce the members of Team Fair Warning when they were interrupted by Team DamFino. Introductions were completed and the ten offered to fight right then instead of waiting for the main event, but calmer head prevailed and both teams exited after a cheap shot by Tank Lawson with a cane.

Mecha Mercenary with manager Monopoly Man hit the ring to take on Ooga Booga with J.R. Jackson in singles action. A melee erupted and progressed to a street fight with the managers squaring off at ringside as their charges locked up in the ring. The two went to a most unconventional form of war, eventually brawling into Rider's pool room and around the bar. Referee Redd Jones, nearly exhausted from chasing the two raging bulls around the club, returned to the ring, made the ten count and called for the bell as both men were still brawling in the video game room.

Labron Kozone and manager Nick D were out next to take on fan favorite Sgt. Kevin Stryker in singles action. In a nearly even battle, the man on the outside of the ring was the catalyst of change that powered his man on to victory, imploring for Kozone to get mean and to take the fight to him. Kozone responded with a little streak of mercilessness, pinning Stryker for a convincing victory.

The Goon Squad's Walter Eaton was out next to take on the Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews in singles action. After a barrage of "We Want Evan! We Want Roy!" chants, things got serious inside of the squared circle. The fight went pretty much dead even until Eaton realized the crowd was chanting "Munkey!" to him. His anger fueling him, Eaton began pounding on Andrews who refused to allow himself to be pinned. Turning the tide on Eaton, Andrews left with his hand raised after winning by pinfall.

Team DamFino's Billy Creeson, "Iceman" Joe Storm, Manny Garcia, Jimmy Jannetty & Paco Loco w/Tank Lawson entered and awaited Team Fair Warning's Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride, Brian Hall, Raven Havoc, Matt Houston & Mr. Kingfish. The fan favorites entered and announced that they'd brought a manager and introduced "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel, who hit the ringside area with a written strategy to defeat Team DamFino. Ten men fought, expanded to twelve men with battles erupting all around the ring as action continued inside of the ring. When the smoke cleared and the referee called for the bell, Team Fair Warning's Brian Hall got his hand raised by the official. Then another fight broke out, former friends almost reunited and in the end DamFino's Billy Creeson took the house mic and told the fans that the hatchet was buried between he and Fair Warning's Brian Hall and they were going to go back to making music instead of fighting inside the wrestling ring.

RCW will return to live action in early 2014 at Randleman NC's Riders In The Country with a few surprises from Lizard Lick Towing if the stars are indeed aligned! Stay tuned fans!

(Above) The Team DamFino's Paco Loco tortures Team Fair Warning's Raven Havoc in main event 10 man tag team action at RCW's Battle Of The Saturday Night Superstars...On A Sunday Night at Randleman NC's Riders In The Country.

Live From Saturday Night Superstars...On A Sunday Night!

Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea cranks on the um...er...uh...of "Lost Cause" Nick Richards in singles action.

Richards regains his composure on the dance floor at ringside.

Back on the canvas, Richards goes leg scissors.

Surf's up!

Richards sounds off in pain.

Team Fair Warning's Brian Hall, Kingfish, Matt Houston, Raven Havoc & Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride introduce their team for the main event.

Mecha Mercenary backs Ooga Booga into the corner wearing a top hat. Wait. Mecha, wearing a top hat, backs Ooga Booga into the corner in singles action.

The savage returns the favor, advancing on Mecha in the corner.

Both men brawl into the pool room area...

Mecha returns after a game of 9 ball...

Ooga Booga grabs his manager J.R. Jackson and makes for the door.

Lebron Kozone makes his RCW debut in singles action.

Sgt. Kevin Stryker backs away from Kozone.

Stryker works a chin lock on the canvas.

Stryker catches Kozone in the gut with a boot after he rushes into the corner.

The two men go toe-to-toe.

The Goon Squad's Walter Eaton kicks the Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews in singles action.

Andrews and Eaton grapple in the middle of the squared circle.

Tempers flare.

Eaton enjoys his work, beating on Andrews on the canvas.

Eaton shoots Andrews into the ring ropes.

Team Fair Warning's Matt Houston drives Team DamFino's Jimmy Jannetty to the canvas in main event 10 man tag team action.

"Dangerous E" Corey Edsel joins Team Fair Warning to offset Team DamFino's posse at ringside.

Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride gets in the face of Team DamFino's Billy Creason.

Team DamFino's Paco Loco goes violent on Raven Havoc on the canvas.

Mr. Kingfish returns to the ring, cleaning house for Team Fair Warning.

Team DamFino's "Iceman" Joe Storm & Manny Garcia take a step back as Team Fair Warning all try to enter the ring.

Jimmy Jannetty drops an elbow on Havoc on the canvas.

Havoc finally makes the needed tag...

All ten men brawl in the middle of the ring!

Edsel leads the Team Fair Warning victory celebration after releiving Garcia of his Dominican flag.

Photos by Randy Hedrick for the Independent Insiders

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