A Special Report!
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
Otto Schwanz, in full face-guard, was out first to take on newcomer Joey Vengeance in singles action. Vengeance put up a game fight but was unable to stop the monster that is Schwanz.
After a video message from Coach Gemini, as promised, the Donald appeared in person, immediately getting the crowd behind him. That changed as he announced the firing of Brad Stutts, Redd Jones, Arik Royal and CWF Security's Snooty Foxx. The Donald replaced Stutts on commentary with Ethan Alexander Sharpe and appointed Joey Hogan as the official groundskeeper.
One half of the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champions "Assassin" Ray Kandrack was forced to defend the titles against both Labron Kozone & James Ryan after the firing of his championship partner Arik Royal. In Texas Tornado Handicap Championship action, Kandrack secured the Mid Atlantic Tag Titles on his own, finishing them both off in under three minutes.
Chappy was introduced to challenge Jesse Adler for the CWF Rising Generation League Championship, but was interrupted during ring intros by Coach Gemini, who demanded Alder fight a "qualifying bout" to get to defend against Chappy. All Star Walter Eaton entered the arena and stepped through the ropes, taking it to Adler. Eaton defeated the RGL Champion by pinfall, but the match was ruled non-title due to Eaton's veteran status.
Chappy then hit the ring for his title shot against Adler and despite folks running in and out of the ring area, Adler pinned him to retain his title in 25 seconds!
Dirty Daddy got a warm response from the fans as he entered to go to war with the masked Mecha Mercenary. Mecha, while perhaps a bit forgiving, welcomed Daddy with only violence, winning by pinfall.
Kamakazi Kid w/Coach Gemini & Chappy were out next to take on "Lost Cause" Nick Richards. In a hard-fought and violent bout, Kazi took the win with the help of his friends.
Aric Andrews was out next to face Xsiris in CWF Mid Atlantic Television Title #1 Contenders' action. Xsiris showed off his vertical game while Andrews found a way to defeat the former world tag champion using his violence game for a pinfall.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins, Coach Gemini & Chappy made their way tot he ring and were answered by challenger Chet Sterling flanked by Brad Attitude and Andrew Everett. The official ordered Attitude & Everett to the back after Coach Gemini complained that they were NOT on the official lineup submitted by Sterling earlier in the afternoon. The All Stars displayed the advantage of practiced teamwork, winning the bout in a full group effort before William L. Cross entered to announce that All Star Takeover had concluded and that CWF Mid Atlantic was back in control.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday February 13th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium! Tickets available at cwf247.com!
(Above) Special guest the Donald gets his NC presidential campaign rolling at CWF ALL STAR TAKEOVER at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium!
Otto Schwanz and Joey Vengeance circle each other in singles action.
Vengeance retains his vertical base despite Schwanz attempts to take the match to the canvas.
Joey Vengeance arm drags Otto Schwanz to the canvas.
The referee checks to see if Vengeance wants to continue as Schwanz locks on a bear hug.
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The Donald appears and begins firing CWF officials and wrestlers!
"Assassin" Ray Kandrack faces off against Labron James in Texas Tornado Handicap Tag Title action.
Kandrack catches his breath as Labron Kozone and James Ryan celebrate.
Kozone latches on to Kandrack to keep him on the canvas in two-on-one action.
Kandrack tosses Kozone over his head to the canvas.
All Star Walter Eaton decides to take on Jesse Adler in singles action.
Adler flips over the top of Eaton to the floor.
Eaton checks with his corner as he continues to tear down Adler.
Walter Eaton questions Chappy as to how Jesse Adler defeated him in 25 seconds after he'd softened him up for the previous nine minutes.
Dirty Daddy challenges referee Charles Richardson to show him some dance moves. Richardson politely refused.
Mecha Mercenary feels out Dirty Daddy in singles action.
Dirty Daddy channels his inner Undertaker.
Mecha decides it's time to finish off Dirty Daddy.
"Lost Cause" Nick Richards goes behind All Star Kamakazi Kid in singles action.
Kazi kicks Richards like a dog.
Richards catches Kazi for a drop to the canvas.
Kazi wallops Richards on the canvas.
Xsiris checks to see if his lip is bleeding in Mid Atlantic Television Title #1 Contenders action.
Xsiris suplexes Aric Andrews to the canvas.
Andrews inverts Xsiris to drop him on his knee.
Xsiris fights out of the grasp of Aric Andrews on the canvas.
Challenger Chet Sterling leapfrogs over CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins in Home Run Derby Rules Championship action.
Coach Gemini pinch hits for Wilkins, attacking Sterling with his baseball bat.
The previously injured Chappy gets his kicks in on Sterling.
Sterling pops Wilkins in the mouth with a flying dropkick.
Coach Gemini unleashes the Euphus pitch right into the eyes of Chet Sterling.
The All Stars look on in disbelief as William L. Cross announces that the All Star Takeover had concluded.
Andrew Everett flips from the top ropes onto Chappy after Trevor Lee was announced as the elected challenger for Wilkins' title.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday February 13th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium Purchase your seats NOW at CWF247.COM!
(From Greensboro) Exit Interstate 40/85 on exit 138, making a left turn at the end of the exit onto Highway 61. At the signal, turn right onto Highway 70. Make a left turn at the signal at Springwood Church Road, which turns into Springwood Ave. The Mid Atlantic Sportatorium is located on the right hand side of Springwood about a mile from Highway 70.
Or GPS us at: 1001 Springwood Ave. #15 Gibsonville NC
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