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CWF HOMECOMING 2016 Proves To Be Both Historic And Wildly Entertaining With Visits From Familiar Faces And Vocal Newcomers!

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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

1001 Springwood Ave.

Gibsonville NC

05.14.16

Andrew Everett and CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee kicked off the event by talking about their history together in CWF and beyond. The pair ultimately announced their plans for the evening to do one thing they've never done and go for the Mid Atlantic Tag Team Championship. The pair formally answered the standing open challenge set forth by the champions and the match was made for the Homecoming main event.

Aric Andrews and a returning Lee Valiant defeated Chet Sterling and Worldwide Television Champion Smith Garrett in a wild match that saw Valiant physically fight with CWF officials and Andrews ultimately pin Garrett after Valiant's assist.

"Real" Joshua Cutshall won his CWF debut, defeating veteran Donnie Dollar$ by pinfall after a KO forearm.

After the bout, Dollars was berated by Ethan Alexander Sharpe for losing a match to a newcomer on the night of the CWF Homecoming. Sharpe offered Dollars a spot in the Moneyball super group led by Sharpe and Coach Gemini. Before Dollars could answer Snooty Foxx hit the scene telling Dollars not to take Sharpe's offer as that would spit in the face of all the CWF fans who have supported him for 12+ years. Donnie never answered Sharpe but he did level Foxx with a thunderous big boot before storming off. The monstrous Mecha Mercenary went after Sharpe, who escaped unharmed and a match was made for Saturday June 4 at Battlebowl where Sharpe will bring a team of mercenaries to face a team led by Mecha and Snooty Foxx, in Foxx's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium debut.

Rising Generation League Champion Jesse Adler defeated Tracer X to retain the title in a fast paced bout that nearly stole the show.

Nick Richards defeated Kamakazi Kid with Coach Gemini in a Scientific Rules Match. By virtue of the win, Richards gets one more match against Kazi with relaxed rules where anything goes.

Pro Wrestling International Heavyweight Champion Ric Converse defeated "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel to retain the championship in the final battle in one of CWF's all time greatest rivalries. After the bout Edsel announced it was his farewell bout and the 2-time former Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion left to a thunderous applause from the Sportatorium faithful.

Michael "the Fury" McAllister with Sis defeated Dirty Daddy in a brutal match that saw McAllister storm the ring wearing a bizarre mask covering half his face and become livid whenever he was referred to by his proper name. Fans and officials alike were puzzled as McAllister insisted "THEY" had finally found "HIM"

After thanking the Sportatorium fans for their constant support, "Handsome" Mitch Connor confirmed that his appearance as last year's Ultimate Survivor was not a one time only thing and announced plans to return to the ring in 2016. He was met by Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride who indicated that his own career was winding down but indicated that once the time was up, he hoped to have his final match at CWF Mid Atlantic. The pair were confronted by Joshua Cutshall and Tracer X who said they had come to "upgrade" CWF and a wild brawl broke out that saw Connor and McBride clean house on the newcomers.

CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Arik "Ace" Royal and "Assassin" Ray Kandrack defeated Andrew Everett and CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee to retain the titles in an amazing main event. After the bout, Trevor and Everett nearly came to blows and Trevor insisted there was one other thing they'd never done in their CWF careers and that's have a match for the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship. The bout was made official and Lee vs. Everett for the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship will headline Absolute Justice 2016 on Saturday June 18.

CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to the Sportatorium on Saturday June 4 with Battlebowl: The Golden Lottery where fans will draw the matches and opponents completely at random plus Snooty Foxx's Sportatorium debut!
Then Saturday June 18 it's the summer super card Absolute Justice 2016 featuring Trevor Lee defending the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship against Andrew Everett!

(Above) An angry Mecha Mercenary throws down a challenge at CWF HOMECOMING 2016 at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Live from CWF HOMECOMING 2016!

CWF WorldWide Television Champion Smith Garrett connects with the bearded jaw of Aric Andrews in tag team action.

Garrett drops an elbow from the rafters onto Andrews.

Lee Valiant considers how to best take advantage of Chet Sterling on the canvas.

Valiant helps Sterling to his feet by the chin.

Donnie Dollar$ awaits the return of singles opponent Joshua Cutshall to the ring.

Cutshall takes a moment to argue logic with referee Charles Richardson.

joshua Cutshall works over Dollar$ on the canvas.

Snooty Foxx interrupts Ethan Alexander Sharpe's attempt to grow his MoneyBall Corporation.

Challenger Tracer X makes a splash in his debut at the Sportatorium dropping in on Rising Generation League Champion Jesse Adler in title action.

Tracer X cranks on a classic abdominal stretch on the RGL Champ.

Jesse Adler can't seem to get Tracer X off of his back.

Adler considers the ropes as a possible exit from the challenger's relentless attack.

Coach Gemini, sporting a classic Montreal Expos Pete Rose ensemble, ALMOST reaches out to grab the ankle of "Lost Cause" Nick Richards.

Richards battles out of a leg scissors around his neck.

Nick Richards cranks on the shoulder of Kamakazi Kid.

Richards stretches Kazi old school.

PWI International Heavyweight Champion Ric Converse takes challenger "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel to the canvas in title action.

Converse takes advantage of backing Edsel into the corner.

Dangerous E drops a few boots on the PWI Champ.

Converse cranks on the chin of Edsel on the canvas.

Him torments Dirty Daddy in impromptu singles action.

"Handsome" Mitch Connor tangles with Tracer X while Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride lights into Joshua Cutshall after being interrupted duing CWF Homecoming festivities.

CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champion "Ace" Arik Royal clamps down on CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee from behind in main event tag title action.

"Assassin" Ray Kandrack holds up Andrew Everett for a free shot to the midsection.

Trevor Lee nails the Ace in the mouth with a flying drop kick.

Everett ducks the clothesline of Kandrack at warp factor 2.

Royal stands over Lee as he struggles to return to his feet in the ropes.

Andrew Everett considers the pugilistic approach with the Assassin.

Lee sidekicks Royal as Everett flips toward Kandrack with a flying boot.

Trevor Lee goes big frogsplash from the ropes.

Andrew Everett gets caught by Kandrack and Royal. Or does Kandrack and Royal get caught by Everett?

Lee drops a bombshell by challenging his friend and partner to come after the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title. Everett accepts the challenge.

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday June 4th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF BATTLE BOWL 2016! 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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