CWF Mid Atlantic Report

Referee Robbie Walsh Fires Up North Davidson High During Wrestling Benefit Event!

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03.16.12

High flyer Cedric Alexander, one half of the tag team 7 Oh! 4 was out for the first bout to face off against the Fun Aftermath Guy's Ben Tyler, who arrived at ringside with partner Trevor Lee in tow. Despite the best attempts by his partner on the floor to interfere, Tyler found himself on his back on the canvas by pinfall in a hard-hitting opener for the North Davidson High School Wrestling Team Benefit.

Caprice "Ice" Coleman was out next for non-title singles action against CWF's Rising Generation League Champion Joe Black. A entertaining and high-impact bout followed with the veteran Coleman pulling out a few old tricks to frustrate his young opponent into losing his cool. Black tried to keep up with Coleman, who explained to the fans that he was there to "entertain" them while Black was trying to take his head off with hard-hitting attacks. The veteran's experience allowed him to frustrate and defeat his opponent via pinfall in the center of the ring as the crowd was solidly behind Black.

PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion "Midnight Son" Caleb Konley was up next putting his title on the line against the Fun Aftermath Guys' Trevor Lee, who was shadowed to the ring by partner Ben Tyler. Despite the young Aftermath members attempts at double-teams, Konley demonstrated his abilities by staying one step ahead of his challenger and pesky partner. After letting his anger start to bubble to the surface, Konley forced Lee to submit in the middle of the ring to retain his title.

Three-Way Elimination Tag Title action was up next as the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Arik Royal & Chiva Kid squared off against the teams of "Arrogant" Aric Andrews & Matt Houston and Fatback Enterprises' Donnie Dollar$ & "Young Gun" Nick Richards in a rare two-fall title bout. Tempers flared early in this one with all three teams going toe-to-toe with each other and several attempts to single out one competitor for a beat down. While the action spilled out onto the floor between the tag champs and Houston and Dollar$, Aric Andrews eliminated Fatback's team by pinfall seventeen minutes into the fight. It took almost another seven minutes before the champions were able to get their hands raised after a tough second fall against Andrews & Houston, which didn't end until both teams were nearly exhausted. Royal & Chiva retain the titles via pinfall.

Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride hit the North Davidson High Gym to square off again against the masked monster Mecha Mercenary, in singles action billed as a "grudge" match. These two individuals intently despise each other and the violence ramped up a notch as the two big men brawled into the bleachers as the referee begged them to return to the ring. McBride got a three-count on the mechanical monster to a roar of the crowd, leaving Mecha exiting angrier than he entered the building.

The main event pitted North Davidson grad referee Robbie Walsh and partner Jason Miller against the Aftermath's "the 1st" Ric Converse & manager William L. Cross in tag team action, resulting from Walsh involving himself in "Aftermath business" in the weeks prior. Converse hit the ring and went nose-to-nose with the familiar thorn in his side, Jason "JBM" Miller before Cross entered and demanded to face Walsh. Walsh climbed through the ropes to a deafening roar and his emotion and the vocal fans helped him step it up a notch. It's not often a rookie referee climbs through the ropes as a main event competitor, but this young man was ready willing and able to face his demons and did just that. Converse slipped to the floor and swiped a steel chair from a fan and clobbered Miller, leaving him face-down on the floor. Then he legally tagged in against Walsh. Walsh did not back down. Despite the two-on-one advantage with his partner down on the floor, the young referee kept on moving forward, dishing out everything he knew how to and his persistence led to a rare clean pinfall win over former AWA World Heavyweight Champion Converse.

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action TONIGHT, Saturday March 17th at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium for BLIND CHANCE! Belltime is at 7:30pm and you can reserve seats NOW at www.cwf247.com!

(Above) CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champion Chiva Kid flies off of the ropes onto partner Arik Royal and opponent Donnie Dollar$ in main event tag title action at CWF BLIND CHANCE at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Live from NORTH DAVIDSON HIGH!

Fun Aftermath Guy Ben Tyler tries for a quick pinfall on 7 Oh! 4's Cedric Alexander in singles action.

Alexander blisters the chest of Tyler with an open-hand chop in the corner.

Tyler tries to keep the fellow high-flyer on the canvas to maintain an advantage.

Tyler flies from the top ropes for the kill only to discover his target has left his landing area.

Caprice "Ice" Coleman does a quick Ric Flair "Whooooo" in singles action against Joe Black.

Black, not one to accept that kind of disrespect, redoubles his effort against the veteran.

Coleman nails Black with a spinal tap kick.

Coleman goes vertical for a devastating legdrop onto Black.

Fun Aftermath Guy Trevor Lee poses over PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion "Midnight Son" Caleb Konley after taking him off of his feet in title action.

Conley explains in a professional manner the error of Lee's ways.

Conley continues to work over Lee on the canvas.

In a last gasp effort to win the belt, Lee grabs two handsful of hair to "help" the champion to his feet.

The Killbillies' "Southpaw" Aric Andrews explains to the referee that BOTH members of Fatback Enterprises are in the ring to face him in three way tag title elimination action.

The champions look on as "Young Gun" Nick Richards takes down veteran Matt Houston.

CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$ introduces his ringboot to the mouth of CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champion Chiva Kid.

Andrews waits on the cue from Houston to tear into their masked opponent.

Matt Houston gets big air from the top turnbuckles, but alas, the Little Goat has left.

Tag champ Arik Royal goes toe-to-toe with Andrews, who is on rubber legs.

Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride gets busy again with the masked Mecha Mercenary in singles action.

Boogie drives a shoulder into the 300+ pound monster in the corner.

Mecha goes back to the basics. A basic choke hold.

McBride slams Mecha after he climbed onto the turnbuckles.

Jason Miller is quite pleased with the impact of the shot to the chest of "the 1st" Ric Converse in main event tag team action.

Aftermath manager William L. Cross bear hugs rookie referee Robbie Walsh as he's forced to compete.

Converse barks orders as the referee gets the upper hand on his manager.

Walsh continues to bewilder Cross with moves that keep him in control.

Converse tells Walsh on the ring apron that it's about over after headlocking Miller on the canvas.

The referee orders Converse from the ring as Cross attacks the prone Miller.

Converse removes Miller from the match with a well-placed steel chair.

Converse unloads on the referee that has "stuck his nose" in his business.

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Satuday April7th for a full card of CWF Stars in action! Reserve your seats NOW at CWF247.COM!

Directions to the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

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.

Or GPS us at: 1813 Frank Holt Rd., Burlington NC 27215

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