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Cedric Alexander Wins PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship At CWF WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE And THEN Wrestles CWF Champ Trevor Lee For Fifty-Five Minutes!

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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

Gibsonville NC

04.30.16

Cedric Alexander defeated PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Ethan Case to win the title and earn a shot at CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee later in the night.

Rising Generation League Champion Jesse Adler defeated Colby Corino with Lance Lude, Coach Gemini and Chappy v.2 to retain the title.

"Dangerous E" Corey Edsel knocked out Michael "the Fury" McAllister. When McAllister came to, he said he'd had a vision and seen "HIM" who McAllister has been searching for all these months. After the bout, Edsel again petitioned for a shot at the Pro Wrestling International Heavyweight Championship against his greatest career rival, Ric Converse. CWF official Brad Stutts answered Edsel in the ring, referencing their relationship which dates back nearly two decades, from being fans at ringside to Stutts managing Edsel at ringside to now. Stutts made the championship match for Saturday May 14 at the CWF Homecoming, saying that it would be a privilege for him to sanction one more championship bout in one of CWF's greatest rivalries, between two of the men who laid the foundation for CWF Mid-Atlantic as we know it today.

"White" Mike Jordan survived an 8 Man Television Title Contender's Scramble to earn an immediate shot at Worldwide Television Champion Smith Garrett. Order of elimination was Joey Rogers by Chet Sterling, Number Man by Aaron Biggs, Biggs by Aric Andrews, Ethan Alexander Sharpe by Mecha Mercenary, Mecha by Andrews after Mecha was attacked by Otto Schwanz and Sterling & Andrews both by Jordan, who had not been seen in several minutes and was presumed unable to continue after suffering the flying Thesz press from the 400+ pound Biggs earlier in the bout.

CWF Worldwide Television Champion Smith Garrett defeated "White" Mike Jordan to retain the championship. After the bout he was again attacked by Aric Andrews who was ultimately sent out of the ring by Garrett and Sterling together. Sterling challenged Andrews to find any partner of his choosing to face them in a tag-team match on Sat May 14 at the CWF Homecoming.

Otto Schwanz & Emmanuel Bodega of Ethan Alexander Sharpe's ?#?MoneyBall? destroyed Dirty Daddy & Kool Jay from the CWF Mid-Atlantic Dojo. They continued attacking their downed opponents until Snooty Foxx ran #MoneyBall off and helped his fellow dojo students to their feet.

Nick Richards called Kamakazi Kid to the ring and gave an impassioned speech about how he views the two as similar and how he can't stand to see Kazi as a "sell out scumbag" with the All Stars. Richards challenged Kazi to one more crazy fight, the type both men made their reputation on, and vowed to drag "the old Kazi" out once more. Before Kazi could answer, Coach Gemini and Chappy v.2 interrupted with Coach telling Richards he would agree to another match on Kazi's behalf but it wouldn't be a street fight or no disqualification style match, it would be a scientific wrestling match, with no closed fists and no fighting on the floor. If Richards wanted the chance to fight Kazi, he would have to wrestle his way to that match at the Homecoming.

After Richards and the All Stars left the ring, Tommy Thomas stormed the ring unannounced, snatched the microphone and vowed that he would bring change and "upgrades" to CWF Mid-Atlantic in two weeks at the Homecoming. Thomas was chased out of the building by head of security Snooty Foxx and not seen or heard from since.

CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee defeated PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Cedric Alexander to retain his title after 56 grueling minutes. Alexander controlled most of the match and left the champion more vulnerable than we've ever seen him, until Lee put together an amazing flurry of offense in the closing moments, culminating with Alexander trapped in the STF in the center of the ring and forced to tap out. Fans gave both a standing ovation after the bout.

CWF Mid-Atlantic returns on Saturday May 14th with the CWF Homecoming 2016 featuring "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel vs. Ric Converse for the PWI Heavyweight Championship, CWF Worldwide Television Champion Smith Garrett & Chet Sterling vs. Aric Andrews & a partner, the Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champions Arik Royal & Ray Kandrack and much more!

(Above) CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee pulls himself back to his feet defending against Cedric Alexander at CWF WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

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Challenger Cedric Alexander makes a point with PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Ethan Case with the title and a shot at the cWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title on the line.

Alexander shoots Case into the corner turnbuckles.

Cedric introduces the skull of Ethan Case to the ring canvas.

Cedric Alexander enjoys a moment with his new championship belt.

CWF Rising Generation League Champion Jesse Adler cranks on the wrist of Colby Corino in title action.

Corino accepts a test of strength offered by Adler.

Corino drives a knee into the spine of Adler while cranking back on his arms.

Jesse Adler catches Colby Corino with a dropkick off of the ring apron.

Michael "the Fury" McAllister takes former partner "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel to the canvas in singles action.

Edsel measures McAllister for an shot across the back.

McAllister tries to resist being sent across the ring by Edsel.

Corey Edsel turns the lights out on Michael McAllister.

Aaron Biggs and Joey Rogers kick off an eight-man Scramble for a shot at the CWF WorldWide Television Title.

Rogers and Number Man double-team Biggs on the canvas.

Chet Sterling takes Number Man for a ride to the canvas.

"White" Mike Jordan lies in a crumpled heap as Ethan Sharpe and Number Man attack Biggs on the canvas.

Sterling and Aric Andrews square off again as the numbers dwindle.

"White" Mike eliminates both Sterling and Andrews on the apron to win a shot at the TV title.

"White" Mike Jordan drives a knee into the midsection of CWF WorldWide Television Champ Smith Garrett.

Jordan reacts to a blistering chop across the chest by Garrett.

Garrett takes control of the bout on the canvas.

TV Champ Smith Garrett considers how to finish off the challenge of "White" Mike Jordan.

Emmanuel Bodega and Otto Schwanz attack Kool Jay and Dirty Daddy as a tag team bout breaks out.

Schwanz drives a shoulder into the midsection of Dirty Daddy in the corner turnbuckles.

Kool Jay nails Emmanuel Bodega with a flying drop kick.

Snooty Foxx intervenes and finds himself in the ring against "Wrestling Machine" Otto Schwanz!

CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee snaps the leg of challenger Cedric Alexander, who is a bit tenative on starting the main event bout.

Lee resorts to a headstand to try to escape the grasp of Alexander.

Alexander shows the perfect form for the illegal piledriver after the ring official was injured.

Alexander slams Lee to the canvas.

Trevor Lee unleashes an attack of kicks on the challenger.

Cedric Alexander tries to keep Lee grounded to the canvas.

Trevor Lee drops both feet into the chest of Alexander for a fast ride to the canvas.

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday May 14th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF HOMECOMING! Purchase your seats NOW at CWF247.COM!

Directions to the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

(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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