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CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2016!

THREE Titles Change Hands At CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2016; Newcomer Wins RGL Title; Aric Andrews Wins TV Title; Mecha/Biggs Win Tag Titles!

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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

1001 Springwood Ave.

Gibsonville NC

06.18.16

The 2016 edition of CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE kicked off with four-way Everything To Lose action pitting newcomer All Star Mace Maeda w/Coach Gemini & Chappy against Number Man, "Innocent" Isaiah and RGL Champion Jesse Adler. Adler surprisingly lost his title to Maeda in his very first appearance in the CWF ring.

"White" Mike Jordan was then introduced and was followed out by a crowd wishing to participate in "White" Mike V. The World Elimination action. Sis and Him were the first eliminated followed by LaBron Kozone and James Ryan, leaving Mike alone against Dollar$. Somehow "White" Mike survived the big man and watched him flip over the ropes to the floor for the win. Then things got serious. PWI International Heavyweight Champion Ric Converse appeared in-ring behind Mike and they got busy. "White" Mike put up a serious fight but couldn't overcome getting spiked head-first into the canvas numerous times by the veteran champion.

Aaron Biggs & Mecha Mercenary were up next to get the shot they demanded at Battle Bowl against CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions "Assassin" Ray Kandrack & "Ace" Arik Royal. A slobber-knocker ensued with the challengers using their size advantage to make the best of the situation, with Mecha & Biggs exiting as the new Mid Atlantic Tag Champions. Royal refused to comment following the match.

Three-way CWF WorldWide Television Title action followed with challengers Aric Andrews and Chet Sterling squaring off against TV Champion Smith Garrett. Sterling and Garrett entered into a gentleman's agreement to keep the belt between the two of them by doubling up on Andrews every time he entered the ring. Andrews got the last laugh with a little help for former CWF Heavyweight Champ Lee Valiant, leaving the arena as the new CWF WorldWide TV Champion.

All Star Kamakazi Kid entered the arena without the usual entourage for his Anything Goes Last Man Standing bout against "Lost Cause" Nick Richards. With a surprising inventory of plunder, everything from trash can lids, a bullwhip and a plywood board spooled with barbed wire, fans witnessed one of the most incredible brawls in Sportatorium history. Richards was thrown through the announce table and still managed to beat the count and then drive Kazi through the bed of barbed wire for the win. [It took officials almost ten minutes to remove Kamakazi Kid from the barbed wire following this bout.]

Ethan Alexander Sharpe hit the ring for singles action against young powerhouse Snooty Foxx. Sharpe started off fast, nailing Foxx with a hardbound economics textbook before applying a generous amount fisticuffs. Foxx responded by fighting up and taking Alexander down a couple of notches with a pinfall win before the Sportatorium crowd.

The chants began before the fight did. Two of CWF's own entered to battle for the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title currently around the waist of Trevor Lee. Andrew Everett was all business with a steely eye as the two locked up early in the match. Lee worked over a wrist-elbow on Everett and in nearly forty minutes of intensity, forced his friend to submit. As both competitors lie in the ring, Brad Attitude hits the entrance with a six-pack of liquid refreshment asking for the house mic. Attitude then toasts both men and tells the fans just how lucky they are to be able to see the talent they'd just witnessed.

Then Attitude lost it. He attacked BOTH men, clobbering Trevor Lee over the head with a beer bottle before exiting the arena. Shattered glass covered the ring area as officials descended to the ring to tend to the injured champion.

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday July 8th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium! Details, tickets and up-to-the-minute news at www.cwf247.com!

(Above) "Lost Cause" Nick Richards smiles at the thought of using Kamakazi Kid's own bullwhip on him in Last Man Standing action at CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2016 at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

Live from CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2016!

CWF Rising Generation League Champion Jesse Adler jumps over All Star Mace Maeda in 4-Way Everything To Lose action.

Adler explodes onto Maeda with a flying dropkick.

Number Man has a change of heart after "Innocent" Isaiah Santero welcomes him into the battle.

Isaiah and Adler both catch Number Man with flying dropkicks.

"White" Mike Jordan hulks up at the start of "White" Mike V. The World Elimination action.

Donnie Dollar$ does a 180 and double clotheslines LaBron James' James Ryan & LaBron Kozone.

Him works over Ryan in the corner.

Dollar$ tries to finish off "White" Mike over the top rope.

"White" Mike celebrates his win before realizing he was no longer in the ring alone.

"White" Mike Jordan tries to take down PWI International Heavyweight Champion Ric Converse!

CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champion "Ace" Arik Royal connects with the jaw of challenger Aaron Biggs.

Royal attempts to power up Mecha Mercenary.

Tag Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack considers his next brutal attack on Biggs.

Aaron Biggs & Mecha Mercenary win the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Titles.

Chet Sterling and CWF WorldWide Television Champion Smith Garrett get busy in three-way TV Title action as Aric Andrews chills on the floor at ringside.

Sterling and Garrett agree to keep Andrews out of the way and settle the title between themselves.

Sterling rolls up Garrett for a pinfall attempt.

Aric Andrews drops an elbow on the back of Smith Garrett's skull.

All Star Kamakazi Kid hoists "Lost Cause" Nick Richards across his shoulders in Anything Goes Last Man Standing action.

Richards and Kazi brawl in the corner.

Richards uses Kazi's own bullwhip on him.

Richards destroys a kendo stick pounding on Chappy, who HAD to climb through the ropes.

Nick Richards seconds after being thrown through the commentary table at ringside.

Richards drives the Kamakazi Kid through a sheet of plywood spooled with barbed wire.

Coach Gemini interviews a contestant on the Dating Game while prospective beau Chappy looks on.

Ethan Alexander Sharpe starts off strong against Snooty Foxx in singles action.

Foxx towers over Sharpe, who seems to be heading towards the canvas.

Snooty Foxx connects in the corner and mortally wounds the moustache of Sharpe.

Foxx connects with a huge arm to the head of Ethan Alexander Sharpe.

Challenger Andrew Everett prepares to lock up with CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee in main event no time limit heavyweight title action.

Lee challenges Everett to get back to his feet and fight.

Trevor Lee catches a breath as Andrew Everett tastes the canvas.

Lee catapults Everett out of the corner the hard way.

Everett clamps on to the head of Lee with a flying leg scissors.

Andrew Everett spots the ropes as Trevor Lee struggles back to his feet.

Referee Kevin Pierce checks on bloody Andrew Everett.

Everett flies from the top ropes onto Lee.

Both men exchange blows from the turnbuckles.

Brad Attitude is ready to get the party started as the main event concludes...

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday July 8th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium! 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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