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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
Arik Royal and Aaron Biggs ran off the Riot's Aric Andrews en route to winning their Texas Tornado via pinfall over "Lost Cause" Nick Richards as fans were filing into the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
Michael "the Fury" McAllister, Sis & Prakish Sabar took on Colby Corino, Charlie Weston & Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea in a wild six-person tag team match that saw team mates attacking each other. The furious McAllister took control of the match, ending it decisively with the referee calling for the bell saying his opponent was knocked out.
"Army of One" Marcellus King was out next to take on "Honky Kong" Evan Banks for control of the CWF Golden Ticket. Banks was brutalized with repeated blows to the back of his head until the referee stopped the match and ruled Banks was knocked out.
Roy Wilkins got a big win that forces his opponent Kamakazi Kid to become the new water-boy for Coach Gemini's All Stars. Coach stated that Chappy would be elevated one step in the All Stars so he too would be above Kazi.
Cedric Alexander returned to the Sportatorium ring with a decidedly new and different attitude to take on fan favorite Smith Garrett in singles action. Alexander showed a mean streak and seemed satisfied to pull out a pinfall win as time was running out.
Jesse Adler put his hair up to get a shot at Ethan Alexander Sharpe's CWF Rising Generation League Championship on the ABSOLUTE JUSTICE stage. Late in the bout the referee was bounced out of the ring to the concrete and Sharpe grabbed the scissors from ringside and attempted to cut Adler's hair. RGL Commissioner Joseph E. Hogan hit the ring in his referee uniform and slammed Sharpe to the canvas after gaining control of the scissors. Adler took the advantage to finish off Sharpe by pinfall to win the RGL Championship.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team & Television Champion Chet Sterling was up next to defend the TV Title against Darius Lockhart. Lockhart put up an impressive battle but came up short in the end, with Sterling exiting the arena still in possession of two titles.
PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Ethan Case hit the ring to defend his title against hometown hero Andrew Everett. A hard-hitting battle ensued with Case going straight at the surgically repaired knee of Everett with everything from kicks to a Figure Four leglock. Everett refused to submit numerous times but eventually was unable to fight off Ethan Case's pinfall attempts.
The steel cage was erected during intermission and the main event was scheduled to be winner by pinfall, submission or escaping the cage over the top to the floor. CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Brad Attitude entered the building to discover that not only scheduled opponent Lee Valiant present, but also his Riot teammates Andrews and Richards. When the two scheduled for the main event eventually fought into the cage, it was locked and the bell was rang for the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title battle. Attitude found himself face down with the cage door open somewhere after the twenty minute mark with the Riot coming and going as they pleased. The familiar form of "the 1st" Ric Converse climbed into the cage and picked up a steel baton from the canvas. The Riot split to allow Converse finish off Attitude, but he attacked the Riot instead.
As Converse exited the ring, Attitude rushed him screaming "where have you been?" Converse turned and struck his friend with the baton and then looked disgusted with himself before exiting the arena. Mayhem ensued with the cage becoming a revolving door for the Riot but after a great loss of blood, Valiant's shoulders were put to the canvas for the three count, Attitude retains the title.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday July 11th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium (1001 Springwood Ave.)! Details shortly on www.cwf247.com!
(Above) "The 1st" Ric Converse exits the steel cage after attacking the Riot's Aric Andrews & Nick Richards at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium during CWF ABSOLUTE JUSTICE 2015!
Aaron Biggs clobbers the Riot's Aric Andrews outside of the ring in Texas Tornado tag action.
Arik Royal drags "Lost Cause" Nick Richards into the ring as Andrews gets Biggs off of his feet.
Royal and Biggs survey the ring as Richards rolls around in pain on the canvas.
Andrews says goodbye and leaves Richards alone against Royal & Biggs.
Colby Corino and Prakish Sabar battle in six-person tag team action.
Charlie Weston steps up to tangle with Micheal "the Fury" McAllister.
Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea is about to dropped on his head by Sis!
Lea and Corino make the save as Weston is being stomped by the masked aggressors.
"Army of One" Marcellus King stands over "Honky Kong" Evan Banks in CWF Golden Ticket action.
King methodically works over Banks.
Kind prepares to drop the back of the head of Banks into the corner turnbuckles. Again.
Former partner Aric Andrews appears to offer Evan Banks a hand up.
Kamakazi Kid catches the heel of Roy Wilkins in Coach's Whistle v. All Star Waterboy singles action.
Kazi flies over the top rope to stomp the spine of Wilkins on the floor at ringside.
Wilkins drops an elbow on the prone masked man.
Kazi hoists Wilkins across his shoulders for a trip to the canvas.
Cedric Alexander asks the fans if he's supposed to wrestle young Smith Garrett.
Garrett cranks on the skull of Alexander.
Garrett powers back up from the leverage of Alexander.
Smith Garrett picks up Cedric Alexander for a body slam.
Challenger Jesse Adler watches RGL Champion Ethan Sharpe's awkward landing from the ropes in RGL Title action.
Sharpe goes straight to page one of his playbook, stomp opponent into the canvas.
Sharpe gets in the face of Adler after dropping him to the canvas.
"He who laughs last" Jesse Adler lifts his first career championship in celebration.
Darius Lockhart locks up with CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Chet Sterling in title action.
Sterling catches Lockhart in the chin with a flying knee.
Sterling sits down followed by the head and neck of Lockhart.
Lockhart sets up Sterling on the apron for a boot to the face.
PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Ethan Case gets busy on the surgically repaired knee of challenger Andrew Everett.
Everett catches Case in the mouth with a back elbow.
Everett flips Case's face to the canvas!
Ethan Case tries to finish off Andrew Everett in his hometown, in his turnbuckles.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Brad Attitude battles challenger Lee Valiant on top of the steel cage in the night's main event.
Valiant spots some steel cage to target Attitude's face and body into.
Valiant and Attitude both drop from the top of the cage onto a table at ringside!
Officials huddle to determine if or how to continue the main event bout. The wrestlers were ordered to return to the ring and the match starts again!
A bloodied Lee Valiant tries to finish off Brad Attitude.
The Riot's Andrews & Richards return, dropping the official outside of the cage and gaining control of the lock to the cage.
Aric Andrews directs Richards in how to best utilize the steel chair to injure Attitude.
"The 1st" Ric Converse hits the ring with a steel baton and the Riot cheer for him to finish off Brad Attitude.
Andrews drags the beaten body of Lee Valiant out of the ring after Attitude finished the bout with a pinfall.
Brad Attitude thanks the fans for their support after his battle inside of the steel.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday July 11th at 7:30pm for a huge night of pro wrestling action at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium! 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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