CWF Mid Atlantic Report

CWF Mid Atlantic Tears Down Greensboro's Glenwood Rec Center!

A Special Photo Extra!

Glenwood Recreation Center

Greensboro NC

05.12.12

Singles action pitting former CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion All Star Walter Eaton against one half of the current CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions, the Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews kicked off the night's action at Greensboro NC's Glenwood Rec Center. A vocal crowd was out of their seats as the two brawled all over the ring with the popular Virginian taking control of the match against the veteran Eaton. Coach Gemini saw the opening and passed the chromed brass knuckles into the ring and Eaton caught them and made the best of the situation, KO'ing the tag team champ for a pinfall win.

"High Defintion" Steve Greene was out next to introduce the newest addition to the CWF Announce Team, Chris "Smooth Move" Lea, who also does overnight work at Greensboro's 102 Jamz FM radio station. Lea introduced former six-time champion "the 1st" Ric Converse, who walked a large circle around the retreating Greene before entering the ring and informing the fans that the title would be his again due to the fact the was a six-time champion and current champ Kamakazi Kid was holding it for only his second time. Converse exited to the displeasure of the fans, staring down kids on the front row before exiting the arena to prepare for the night's main event.

Six man tag team action was up next as Solomon Spades, Jester Jokes & surprise partner Chase Dakota hit the ring to do battle against the team of Caprice "Ice" Coleman, Jason Miller & Mark James. A wildly entertaining and hard-hitting bout ensued with both teams taking liberties with their opponents before Dakota was able to turn the tide with a convincing pinfall win, despite a hand full of tights.

Texas Tornado action was up next pitting "Surly" Cecil Scott & the masked Mecha Mercenary against Fatback Enterprises' team of CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$ & "Young Gun" Nick Richards w/Brad Stutts. All four men went to war at the same time, battling in the ring and on the concrete floor, with several unintended trips to the floor mere bumps in the road. Dollar$ found himself being double-teamed on the floor and Scott retreated to the announce position, returning to ringside with a roll of duct tape, which he used to tape the wrists of the TV Champion around the steel ringpost. Richards was beat into unconsciousness, later complaining of possible broken ribs, allowing the mechanical monster and his partner to steal a pinfall win over their biggest rivals in the sport.

Coach Gemini led out his latest All Star acquisition "El Fuego" Jesse Ortega for a Special Coaches' Challenge bout against Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride, who hit the ring with Glenwood Rec's AAU Coach Chez Morris in his corner. Morris did his best to keep Gemini out of the outcome of the bout, but after McBride was clobbered between the eyes with Gemini's chromed brass knuckles, all he could do was look on in disbelief as McBride kicked out of the pinning predicament! Morris followed Gemini into the ring after Ortega took a breather on the floor, forcing Gemini to turn to flee right into the waiting arms of McBride, who nailed the All Star Manager with his patented Saturday Night Superstar finisher and the pinfall win, all with Ortega on the concrete floor!

The Aftermath's "the 1st" Ric Converse & William L. Cross hit the ring to challenge current CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Kamakazi Kid for the title. Converse, expecting to be facing former champion Adam Page, adjusted his attacks on the risk-taking high-flyer and looked for the opening to catch Kazi in his Ric-Tor Scale finisher for his seventh title reign. Kazi didn't play along with that plan and went vertical on the former champion, exiting the ring with a convincing pinfall win in the center of the squared circle to retain his title.

CWF Mid Atlantic is taking a brief sabbatical, returning to the brand new Mid Atlantic Sportatorium (1001 Springwood Ave., Burlington NC) on Saturday June 16th for CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE! Already signed for the 16th is CWF Commissioner "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel facing off against the masked mechanical monster Mecha Mercenary in one-on-one action! Tickets, reservations, directions and everything else ANYTIME at www.cwf247.com! See you at ringside!

(Above) Caprice "Ice" Coleman cranks on the head of Chase Dakota in six-man tag team action at Greensboro NC's Glenwood Recreation Center.

Live from Greensboro NC!

Killbilly "South Paw" Aric Andrews hits the ring for singles action against All Star Walter Eaton.

Coach Gemini and Eaton call a time out to go over match stradegy.

Andrews applies pressure to the cranium of Eaton on the canvas.

Eaton goes for a quick pinfall attempt.

Eaton rams the Killbilly in the midsection with a shoulder in the turnbuckles.

Chris Lea introduces "the 1st" Ric Converse and Aftermath manager William L. Cross.

Converse paints a picture of himself leaving the Glenwood Rec Center as a SEVEN-time CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion.

Caprice "Ice" Coleman cranks on the wrist of Chase Dakota in six-man tag team action.

Jason Miller drops a leg across the chest of the bizarre Solomon Spades.

Mark James introduces his ringboots to the midsection of Spades.

Coleman drags Jester Jokes toward his corner for a tag.

Spades, Jokes & Dakota exit the ring area with a victory in hand.

The masked Mecha Mercenary tenderizes the midsection of CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$ with a well-placed uplifted knee in Texas Tornado action.

"Young Gun" Nick Richards gets the crowd behind him after flooring "Surly" Cecil Scott.

Mecha drops his body weight on the flying TV Champion.

Scott and Mecha double up and duct tape the wrists of Dollar$ around the steel ringpost.

Manager Brad Stutts becomes involved after witnessing one of his men hogtied to the ring.

All Star "El Fuego" Jesse Ortega uses the ropes to block Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride's hip toss attempt in Special Coaches Challenge action.

McBride measures Ortega for a blistering chop on the floor.

Ortega goes to the canvas trying to finish off McBride.

McBride calls for his "peoples" to get behind him.

Coach Chez Morris checks on McBride after he's dumped to the arena floor.

CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Kamakazi Kid hits the ring for a main event title defense against "the 1st" Ric Converse.

Converse borrows a page from Kazi's playbook, flying in for a body splash. Unfortunately for Converse, Kazi saw it coming and exited the ring!

Kazi one-ups the 1st!

Kazi cranks on the chin of Converse as they grapple in the middle of the squared circle.

Converse enjoys a brief advantage cranking on the knee of the high-flyer.

Kazi offers Converse a taste of his ringboot.

"High Definition" Steve Greene appears as Converse and Cross exit the arena post-match.

Greene shows manager William L. Cross the exit!

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

CWF Mid Atlantic debuts the brand new Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on 1001 Springwood Ave in Burlington with ABSOLUTE JUSTICE - SUPERFAN NIGHT! on Saturday June 16th! Reserve your seats for this historical night of action 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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