A Special Report!
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
Tag team action kicked off CWF's End Of An Era 2012 as Bobby Jo Neil's Killbillies, Aric Andrews & Evan Banks hit the ring to take on the Set's Jay Sinn & Lance Lude. A hard-hitting affair featuring several innovative double-team moves ensued as the two teams decided in the opening minutes that they really don't like each other. The non-stop action ended when the Killbillies were able to secure a pinfall over the veteran Set to continue their winning ways.
Chase Dakota was out next to face off against "Young Gun" Nick Richards with manager Brad Stutts in a Most Falls In Fifteen Minutes bout. Dakota started off strong, aiding Richards in injuring a leg or ankle that kept him in pain and hopping the entire bout. Dakota forced the first fall by making Richards tap out in a submission leglock, and continued to attack the hurt leg to set up winning the second fall by pinfall over the Fatback Enterprises member. Richards, on one leg, took the fight to Dakota, winning the third fall by pinfall and somehow tying up the affair with yet another pinfall to even the score. With almost 4 minutes remaining, Dakota toyed with Richard's injury but was caught by surprise as the time ran out by Richards forcing a submission with seconds to remain in the time limit.
CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$, who entered the arena during the closing moments of the previous match to cheer on his partner was joined by Mecha Mercenary, his scheduled challenger, who joined his partner Dakota at ringside for support. As the two continued to bump into each other at ringside and the Richards-Dakota tilt came to a conclusion, Dollar$ demanded the masked monster get into the ring and get their match underway. Mecha obliged and the two brawled around the ring and onto the concrete floor, exchanging clubbing blows for the duration, but the ring official was forced to call for the bell as both competitors were unable to return to the ring before the ten-count. Dollar$ retains the belt by rule on a count-out.
All Star "Assassin" Ray Kandrack was out next with manager Coach Gemini for a one-on-one matchup against veteran Mark James. The two men who's paths have crossed several times in the previous weeks went to war from bell to bell, exchanging every conceivable offensive attack that they could think of trying to take the other out. A war of big men spilled onto the concrete but returned to the squared circle as they continued to try to end the other's night, with the angry Assassin stealing a pinfall win to seal the deal.
The Aftermath's "the 1st" Ric Converse was out next with manager William L. Cross to face off in a rematch from Battlecade against Jason Miller. The two exchanged pleasantries and resumed their hostilities within seconds of the bell and a hard-hitting battle between the two took up where they left off in December of 2011. Miller started off strong sending Converse in reverse a couple of times before Converse kicked it up to match the younger competitor's pace. The match was a personal vendetta for both men it seemed as neither offered mercy to the other, or for the referees, as three were knocked out of the bout by the six-time former Mid Atlantic champion. Converse was able to pull off a pinfall win and exited the ring with Miller lying flat on his back in the ring after Cross rolled the first official back into the ring to make the three-count.
Six man tag team action was up next as Coach Gemini presented the team of "Prince of Heat" Court Montgomery, Roy Wilkins & Michael "the Fury" McAllister to face off against CWF MidA Atlantic Rising Generation League Champion Joe Black, Robyn Golphyn & Terrell Givens. Before their opponents entered, Gemini called out his former championship tag partner Jesse Ortega and offered him a "spot" in the All Star's roster. Ortega didn't seem to impressed by the opportunity presented and exited the ring after telling Gemini that his guys needed to learn to wrestle. A very fast-paced match followed, with Black, Golphyn & Givens matching the pace of the All Stars team and fans in attendance could hear Ortega loudly commentating from the announce position as the match occurred. The Coach's squad pulled off the pinfall win despite the lightning-fast moves of their opponents and Ortega's commentary seemed to indicate that he was not impressed.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions A Black Guy & A Little Goat's Arik Royal & Chiva Kid were up next to defend their titles against the Fun Aftermath Guys' Trevor Lee & Ben Tyler with manager William L. Cross. Despite Chiva being singled out for a long duration of the match, the champions didn't take any backwards steps the entire affair, with powerhouse Royal giving his team an advantage because of the challengers' smaller stature in the ring. Despite pleading and coaching from Cross at ringside, he witnessed his team go down to the champions by pinfall to a roar from the crowd.
The man who had possession of the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title belt, the Aftermath's Xsiris, was out next with manager William L. Cross to face off against the "legal" champion Adam Page with the title on the line once and for all. A brilliant battle of wills broke out and the champion seemed to have an answer to every question posed by the challenger and former champion. The referee ejected Cross after witnessing him attempting to interfere in the bout, leaving a vocal challenger announcing he could win a match without a manager at ringside. Minutes later, Cross made his way back down the entrance ramp with Ric Converse in tow, and Converse took the opportunity to make his way down to the ring and actually putting Page in the Ric-Tor Scale behind the official's back. When the referee spotted Cross & Converse, he ordered them out of the arena as the Fun Aftermath Guys Lee & Tyler snuck into the building and attacked Page on the ring apron. As order was restored, Page refused to give up and refused to be beat on this given night, sticking Xsiris with a great offensive comeback despite the outside interference, confirming his championship with a pinfall over the former champion in the center of the ring.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Friday March 16th at Lexington NC's North Davidson High School for a big fundraiser! Belltime is at 7:30pm and already announced for this pits Ric Converse and a partner of his choice to face off against Referee Robbie Walsh and a partner of his choice in tag team action. Tune in to CWF Mid Atlantic's YouTube Channel to find out who Converse and Walsh choose as their tag team partners at this big fundraiser!
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Saturday March 17th at 7:30pm for a full card of pro wrestling excitement! Reserve your seats NOW at www.cwf247.com!
(Above) Chase Dakota lifts "Young Gun" Nick Richards up for a painful drop to the canvas in Most Falls In Fifteen Minutes singles action at CWF END OF AN ERA 2012 at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
The Set's Jay Sinn slings his own partner Lance Lude over his head to slam him onto the Killbillies Evan Banks in tag team action.
The referee orders the Killbillies Aric Andrews from the ring as Lude fights out of Banks' advantage on the canvas.
The Killbillies double up on Lude as the referee demands order.
The Killbillies double flapjack the Set's Lude face-first towards the canvas.
Sinn hits the ring to try to finish off the Killbillies.
Chase Dakota applies ringboots to the hamstrings of "Young Gun" Nick Richards in Most Falls In Fifteen Minutes action.
Dakota continues to attack the leg of Richards.
Dakota continues to center his attacks on Richards, even on the concrete at ringside.
TV Champ Donnie Dollar$ and Mecha Mercenary come to the ring for a closer look at their partner's match.
CWF Mid Atlantic Telelvision Champion Donnie Dollar$ whips challenger Mecha Mercenary toward the ropes across the ring in title action.
Mecha goes straight for the kill, choking Dollar$ on the canvas.
Dollar$ runs through the masked monster with a big clothesline.
Mecha Mercenary stands over Dollar$ as he tries to get back to his feet.
"Assassin" Ray Kandrack and Mark James renew hostilities one-on-one in singles action.
Kandrack chinlocks James on the canvas.
James takes control with a knee planted into the spine of All Star.
Mark James introduces his ringboot to the mouth of Kandrack in the corner.
Manager William L. Cross and referee Katie Kincaid try to compel Jason Miller and "the 1st" Ric Converse to return to the ring early in their singles match.
Miller drops Converse off of his shoulders to the canvas.
Converse advances on Miller after knocking him to the canvas.
Converse unloads with a roundhouse right aimed at the face of Miller.
Referee Robbie Walsh disarms Converse, grabbing the heavyweight title carrying case brought to the ring by manager William L. Cross.
Coach Gemini offers former championship tag partner "El Fuego" Jesse Ortega a roster spot on the All Stars team.
CWF Rising Generation League Champion Joe Black clinches with All Star Michael "the Fury" McAllister in six-man tag team action.
All Star Roy Wilkins finds himself surrounded by Black, Givens and Golphyn in the middle of the ring as referee Charles Richardson suffers from an Exederin headache.
The All Stars demonstrate teamwork as they line up to assist Wilkins in the ring.
"Prince of Heat" Court Montgomery cranks on the chin of Robyn Golphyn as the referee looks on.
One half of the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champions Chiva Kid raises challenger Trevor Lee up for a slam to the canvas in tag title action.
Fun Aftermath Guys' Ben Tyler cranks on the cranium of A Black Guy & A Little Goat's Arik Royal.
Chiva Kid flies over the top ropes onto the Fun Aftermath Guys and partner Royal on the floor.
Manager William L. Cross clobbers Chiva Kid with the case handcuffed to his arm.
Lee gets big air as he drives both knees into the shoulders of Royal.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Adam Page opens up with a blistering chop to the chest of challenger Xsiris in main event title action.
Xsiris sets up Page for a face full of canvas.
Xsiris drops Page to the canvas on his back, Page latches on to the ankles of the challenger.
Page swandives from the top ropes onto the prone Xsiris.
Referee Katie Kincaid orders "the 1st" Ric Converse and manager Cross to the locker room area as the Fun Aftermath Guys attack Page on the floor behind the ring.
Converse locks up Page in the Ric-Tor Scale finisher after the referee is knocked out.
Referee Robbie Walsh snatches a steel chair from Xsiris as he makes his way back to the ring to replace Kincaid.
Adam Page gets his second wind as he returns to his feet with Xsiris' back facing him.
CWF Mid Atlantic invades Lexington NC's North Davidson High School on Friday March 16th for a huge FUNDRAISER! Reserve your seats NOW at CWF247.COM!
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Satuday March 17th for a full card of CWF Stars in action! Reserve your seats NOW at CWF247.COM!
Exit Interstate 40/85 on exit 143 toward the Burlington Airport on Highway 62 South. Take the first left after passing the OLD building (Air Park West, just past the airport) onto Anthony Road. Turn right on Air Park Rd. and then a left onto Frank Holt Dr. The Mid Atlantic Sportatorium is located at the end of the road on the left.
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