A Special Report!
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
Killbillies' manager "Barefoot" Bobby Joe Neil was explaining that Louis Moore was unable to make the event, Coach Gemini demanded the bell be rang pitting four of his All Stars against the Killbillies & Matt Houston. As a brawl erupts, Lee Valiant joins the battle to even the sides, resulting in a roar from the crowd. After a few rotations by both teams, Valiant won the bout by pinfall and was rewarded by another roar from the crowd, who were chanting for Valiant, the Killbillies and Houston in turn.
Chasity Taylor was out next to interview former six-time Mid Atlantic Champion "the 1st" Ric Converse about the state of the Aftermath and the condition of manager William L. Cross. The Aftermath's Xsiris hit the ring to interrupt, revealing that Trevor Lee had broken Cross' jaw and two ribs during their cowardly attack. After exchanging a few heated comments, the two exited the arena before violence could break out.
With the #5 contender in North Carolina for the PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship on the line, Solomon Spades led his Black Watch partner Chase Dakota to the ring to take on ROH's Ernie Osiris one-on-one. Supposedly. Dakota let Osiris flex his muscle before taking the match to the canvas, using the distraction of Spades at ringside to allow him to steal a three-count to move up in the NC Ultra-J Crown ranking.
Semi-final action in the 1st Annual Corey Edsel Toughman Tournament was up next as Coach Gemini led the angry "Assassin" Ray Kandrack to the ring to square off against veteran Mark James. Two immovable objects stood across the ring from each other, turning into irresistible forces as they collided. Two men with a bit of a history and basically who do not like each other went to war. Kandrack advances via pinfall following Coach Gemini providing a distraction for the referee.
Trevor Lee made his way out to the ring, asking for a microphone through his wired up broken jaw. Taking the mic, he started a painful rant about the person responsible for his broken jaw, at National Pro Wrestling Day in Philadelphia, the Chiva Kid. Lee went as far as stating he was going to "expose" Chiva Kid for "who he really is" and the masked star rushed the ring. Lee retreated, stating he was injured and unable to compete, but let everyone know he'd have his say on March 30th at CWF Madness In Any Direction on iPPV!
Tag team action was up next as the masked Mecha Mercenary & Cecil Scott hit the ring to await the introductions of Donnie Dollar$ & CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal. Prior to the opening bell, Scott demanded that CWF Security's Big Aaron be removed from the arena, to which Commissioner Edsel refused to comply as he called for the bell. After a few tags, Dollar$ found himself on the wrong side of the squared circle, nearly 20 feet from his partner's tag. Surviving a new aggressiveness displayed by Scott and the usual beatdowns served by Mecha, Dollar$ made the tag to his partner who quickly turned the tables into a convincing pinfall win. The Black Watch's Solomon Spades & Chase Dakota hit the ring attacking Dollar$ as his partners were making their way to their locker rooms. Manager Brad Stutts made the save with a steel chair and the promise that he'd be ready to fight full force on Saturday March 30th at CWF Madness In Any Direction on iPPV, pitting his Fatback Enterprises against the Black Watch.
Another Semi-final match in the 1st Annual Corey Edsel Toughman Tournament ensued following the introductions of Matt Smith and his masked opponent, the Kamakazi Kid. Both men took flight early in this one, but resorted to fisticuffs and forearms as the match continued. The match went to the canvas and after a brush with fate, Kazi took a shot to the face, enabling Smith to roll him up for a clean pin to advance in the Toughman Tournament.
The Aftermath's CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Best Ever" Ben Tyler w/Chet Sterling hit the ring to defend his strap against Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea, in a rematch of the finals of the 2012 RGL Tournament. The referee quickly ejected second Chet Sterling, ordering him out of the arena as two of the fastest young stars of the Mid Atlantic went at it tooth-and-nail. The battle went in the direction of both competitors on several occasions, but a well-timed run-in with the RGL Title Belt to the face of Lea by Sterling, sealing the deal, allowing Tyler to win by pinfall.
The main event was introduced, with the Aftermath's Xsiris introducing his partner, teammate Chet Sterling. The Aftermath's "the 1st" Ric Converse appeared on the entrance ramp and the crowd roared to life when his partner was announced as the PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Chiva Kid. Converse, surprisingly, wrestled a clearly legal match, taking none of his usual shortcuts, tagging liberally with the masked Chiva Kid, and eventually winning the night by pinfall over his own teammates by pinfall. Xsiris didn't take it too well, sending Converse face-first to the canvas with a nasty kick between the legs and a dressing-down as the former six-time Mid Atlantic champ tried to catch his breath. Arik Royal & Lee Valiant rushed the ring to make sure Chiva Kid was not harmed. The ring emptied out as fans rose and wrestlers walked to the locker rooms, leaving only Chiva & Royal, tag team partners, to ponder what might be at CWF Madness In Any Direction on iPPV on Saturday March 30th!
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to action on Saturday March 30th at 7:30pm for CWF Madness In Any Direction on World-Wide iPPV! Fatback Enterprises v. the Black Watch! Mecha Mercenary v. CWF Security's Big Aaron! Stay tuned for more about this big event at www.cwf247.com!
(Above) Lee Valiant flies on to the All Stars Goon Squad's Walter Eaton in eight-man tag team action at CWF Crossroads at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
Lee Valiant hits the ring to even up sides in eight-man tag team action, attacking Tag Champion Walter Eaton.
Matt Houston cranks on the wrist of the half of the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champions, the Goon Squad's Roy Wilkins.
Valiant takes another turn with the wrist of Wilkins.
Matt Houston and the Killbillie's "South Paw" Aric Andrews double up on Eaton in their own corner.
The referee warns All Star Michael "the Fury" McAllister as he attempts to cover Valiant.
Lee Valiant stands up to the chop attack of All Star Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega.
The Aftermath's "the 1st" Ric Converse tries to explain the internal difficulties within the Aftermath to Chasity Taylor.
The Aftermath's Xsiris hits the ring telling the world he's not "Ric Converse's shadow".
The Black Watch's Chase Dakota doesn't understand the lack of respect by Ernie Osiris in PWI Ultra-J Regional Contenders action.
Dakota chooses a body part to punish.
Osiris reels from a boot to the midsection prone on the canvas by Dakota.
Dakota explains his side of the situation to rookie referee Joey Hogan while driving his boot into the chin of ROH's Ernie Osiris.
Mark James scores early against "Assassin" Ray Kandrack in semi-final action of the 1st Annual Corey Edsel Toughman Tournament.
Kandrack swings for the fences!
Kandrack tries to finish James off with a neckbreaker.
James refuses to go away and Kandrack refuses to back off.
Both men draped across the top rope after James nailed Kandrack in the face with his boot.
CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Trevor Lee tells the interrupting Chiva Kid that he'll expose him at CWF Madness In Any Direction on WORLD WIDE iPPV!
Donnie Dollar$ takes the bull by the horns as he locks up with Cecil Scott in tag team action.
Scott tries to drag Dollar$ toward his corner for a tag.
Mecha Mercenary has his arm twisted by CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal.
Royal feeds Mecha his daily requirement of ringboots.
Scott goes for the eyes of Dollar$ as referee Charles Richardson admonishes him.
Brad Stutts hits the ring to challenge the Black Watch to a fight at CWF Madness In Any Direction in iPPV!
Matt Smith reels from a Kamakazi Kid chop in semi-final action of the 1st Annual Corey Edsel Toughman Tournament.
Kazi drives Smith face-first into the ring apron as they fight on the floor at ringside.
Smith drops his knees into the chest of the prone Kamakazi Kid.
Smith pulls Kazi back to his feet to set him up for another attack.
Kazi rolls up Smith for a pin attempt but only gets 2.
Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea, the hardest working man in show business, locks up with CWF Mid Atlantic Rising Generation League Champion "Best Ever" Ben Tyler with the belt on the line.
Lea goes for broke early, kicking the champion in the face.
Lea tries to capitalize but the champion refuses to quit.
Tyler uses referee Redd Jones for an assist in kicking "Sho Smoove" on the top turnbuckles.
Referee Redd Jones ducks and covers as Tyler drives Lea into the neutral corner.
Chiva Kid works over the Aftermath's Chet Sterling as Xsiris looks on in disgust.
Chiva tags in his partner, "the 1st" Ric Converse.
Chiva feeds Sterling a mouthful of forehead.
The Aftermath's Xsiris tries to surf on the back of Chiva Kid.
Xsiris tries to follow up but Chiva keeps moving once back on his feet.
Sterling makes a last-ditch effort to keep Chiva from tagging out of the bout.
Former World Tag Team Championship partners Xsiris and Converse finally get face-to-face in the ring.
Chiva Kid gets big air as Converse awaits Xsiris with a Ric-Tor Scale.
Xsiris gets in the last word after attacking Converse "below the belt" post-match.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action at the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on 1001 Springwood Ave in Gibsonville NC on Saturday March 30th at 7:30pm for CWF Madness In Any Direction on WORLD WIDE iPPV! Reserve 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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