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The NEW Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
In the second annual CWF celebration of the All Stars, the two-time former CWF Tag Champions Walter Eaton & Roy Wilkins hit the ring in the opening bout to face the team of Robyn Golphin & Terrell Givens. Coach Gemini cheered his tag team machine on as they brutalized the lightning-fast team of Golphin & Givens, almost to the realm of torture during the majority of the match. Thinking they had business taken care of, the All Stars' "Goon Squad" found themselves on the unfamiliar losing end of the bout after their opponents hit the All Stars with a modified double-team pookie bomb for the surprise pinfall win. After the decision, Eaton attacked the referee and then began brutalizing the winning team, with teammate Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega hitting the ring to help out his partners.
Jason Miller hit the ring to try to make the save and Commissioner Edsel, who was doing commentary, called for an official and set Miller against Ortega in singles action after the melee in the squared circle finally calmed down to a hurricane-force storm. As the Goon Squad exited the arena, Ortega went to work trying to set up Miller for his favorite submission finisher, the Fujiwara armbar. Miller refused to submit and kept fighting back over and over again, but soon faltered and the ring official called for the bell, awarding Ortega the win after Miller was unable to respond to his instructions in the ring.
CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$ then hit the ring demanding the house mic and called out Solomon Spades, offering up a title shot to convince Spades to answer his challenge. Spades appeared, climbed into the ring and explained that he was not interested in titles, only chaos. After a few tense exchanges, Dollar$ asked what Spades had done to his friend Joe Black and Spades called out Black to accept the challenge. A very changed Joe Black hit the ring showing off a new attitude at the urging of Spades. Black dropped the ankle of Dollar$ across the bottom rope in the first minute of the traditional ten minute television time limit, limiting his mobility and his ability to use his power on the smaller Black. Black attacked repeatedly like a mad pit bull with Spades laughing on the floor, obviously happy with the transformation that Black has undergone. Dollar$ refused to let himself be defeated, basically willing his injured ankle to bear his weight as he drove Black to the canvas for a pinfall win.
Four men were then introduced for a scheduled one fall Four Corner Survival match, but before the referee could begin the bout, CWF Commissioner "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel hit the ring with mic in hand. After explaining to the fans about the shelf life of a professional wrestler, Edsel said he wanted to create an opportunity for the four competitors for a marquee match at CWF's first internet pay-per-view on October 20th at the 12th Annual CWF Rumble. Stating that the winner would get a guaranteed shot at the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion, Chase Dakota, the Aftermath's Trevor Lee w/Chet, Matt Smith and Chiva Kid pulled out all stops in one of the most entertaining bouts in the company's 12-year history. All four men battled at the same time, exchanging kicks, punches, leg drops and keeping their opponents from scoring a pinfall in the fast-paced match. With Trevor Lee between himself and the almost KO'd Matt Smith, Chiva Kid was declared the winner by pinfall and awarded the title shot at the Rumble.
"Surly" Cecil Scott & Mecha Mercenary were out next for a title shot against the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champion Killbillies "South Paw" Aric Andrews & "Honky Kong" Evan Banks with "Barefoot" Bobby Joe Neil. The Kamakazi Kid entered the arena from the public entrance prior to the bell, dressed out in his own Killbillies outfit, a flannel shirt with no sleeves and a baseball cap over his mask, and grabbed a seat in the bleachers to cheer on the champions. War erupted between the challengers and champions and minutes into the bout, Mecha grabbed his own Kazi mask and pulled it over the head of Andrews, then set him up for the win which he somehow was unable to pull off. Kazi jumped out of his seat, running to the ring, getting the attention of the masked mechanical monster, which allowed the fan favorite Killbillies to exit the arena with their title belts firmly in their grasp to the delight of the very vocal crowd.
Marcellus "Mid Atlantic" King hit the ring next screaming for Ric Converse to meet him inside of the squared circle and Converse obliged, standing outside of the ring taunting the angry former Aftermath member. The Fun Athletic Guys arm of the Aftermath attacked King from behind and it became a four-on-one affair with Trevor Lee, Ben Tyler and even William L. Cross' gentleman's gentleman Chet joining the fray. Sitting at ringside doing commentary, Arik Royal joined in and seconds later the masked Kamakazi Kid evened the numbers after Chet was dispatched to the concrete floor in an awkward fashion, and Commissioner Edsel called for a referee and ordered a six-man tag match between the competitors and called for the bell. A hard-hitting violent brawl ensued and after the dust cleared, the team of King, Royal & Kazi stood with their hands raised in the middle of the squared circle. Commissioner Edsel instructed the ring announcer to announce that King would face Converse one-on-one in the main event at the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium when CWF returns to live action on Saturday September 22nd!
The angry "Assassin" Ray Kandrack and Coach Gemini were out next to defend the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title against "Young Gun" Nick Richards with manager Brad Stutts. Kandrack was either extremely lucky or extremely crafty in positioning himself against one of the ring's steel ring posts, and at the last second ducked out of the way of Richards attempt to clobber him, and the sound of Richards' hand striking the post was sickening. The challenger then found himself in a great deal of pain and the champion began to dismantle him little by little both inside and outside of the squared circle. Richards continued to fight back, ducking out of the way of a Kandrack spear, which floored the referee, who was standing behind him. Richards rolled up the champion for the three count but the referee was watching the little birdies flying around his head as a second official hit the ring. Unfortunately, the second official was All Star "Prince of Heat" Court Montgomery, who dropped and counted to two before standing up and laughing at Richards. Kandrack regained his footing and floored Richards, covering him long enough for the stunned official to crawl across the ring and make the three count after Coach Gemini revived him.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday September 22nd at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium with Ric Converse facing Marcellus King one-on-one in the main event! The countdown to CWF's first pay-per-view has began and all competitors are pointing towards the 12th Annual Rumble on October 20th to make their debuts on computers all over the world! Visit www.cwf247.com for all of the latest details of the next event and the 12th Annual CWF Rumble now or any time!
(Above) CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack lifts challenger "Young Gun" Nick Richards for a painful power bomb at Gibsonville NC's NEW Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
Terrell Givins applies a leg scissors to All Star Roy Wilkins in tag team action.
All Star Walter Eaton expects an easy night as he goes for a casual pin of Robyn Golphyn.
Wilkins drops in for a visit on the prone Golphyn on the canvas.
Wilkins cinches up Golphyn for a painful suplex.
Coach Gemini poses over referee Wayne Culler Jr. after he was knocked out by Eaton.
All Star Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega eyes a fan at ringside as he begins trying to destroy Jason "JBM" Miller in singles action.
Coach Gemini sends his best regards to Miller as he celebrates CWF's 2nd Annual All Star Night.
Ortega stomps the face of Miller after dropping him to the canvas.
Miller vaults over the top ropes in a final attempt to beat Ortega in the pain game.
Solomon Spades responds to the challenge of CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$.
Spades' newest convert, Joe Black, accepts the title shot and immediately shows his true colors to the fans and his former friend.
Black seems to be in heaven after being booted in the mouth by Dollar$.
Dollar$ survives the injury attempt to exit with the TV title, but has a few words for Spades after the final bell.
CWF Mid Atlantic Commissioner "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel hits the ring during Four Corner introductions to inform the competitors and the fans that the winner will get a shot at the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title on the October 20th iPPV CWF Rumble!
Chiva Kid and Trevor Lee collide in mid-air above the ring!
Chase Dakota, Chiva Kid, Matt Smith and Trevor Lee brawl as referee Robbie Walsh tries to stay in control of the match.
Three up, one down. Soon they're all on the canvas.
Chiva Kid flies onto the back of Trevor Lee as he attempts to pin Matt Smith.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Killbillies pose with their newest fan, the Kamakazi Kid, before their title defense.
"Surly" Cecil Scott locks up with the Killbillies' manager "Barefoot" Bobby Joe Neil.
"Honky Kong" Evan Banks tries to win the masked Mecha Mercenary in his version of Wal-Mart's Claw Machine.
Mecha uses his own mechanical joystick to force Banks to place the Iron Claw on himself!
Mecha suplexes BOTH of the Killbillies.
Marcellus "Mid Atlantic" King advances on the Aftermath's Ben Tyler in six-man tag team action.
"The 1st" Ric Converse puts the boots to King on the canvas.
King presses Tyler over his head as partners Kamakazi Kid and Arik Royal watch from the ring apron.
Kamakazi Kid flips out over the prone Tyler on the canvas.
"The 1st" Ric Converse clubs Kazi across the back.
Trevor Lee puts the boots to Kazi on the canvas.
Royal shows off his ability to fly by dropping Lee out of mid-air.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack looks for a nice soft spot on the concrete floor to drop challenger "Young Gun" Nick Richards in main event title action.
Kandrack begins to torture the Young Gun after dragging him back into the ring.
Kandrack tries to add insult to injury with a very cocky pinfall attempt.
Richards flies between the ropes, catching Kandrack with his full body weight and momentum.
Champion and challenger exchange blows with the challenger sitting on the top turnbuckle.
Richards catches Kandrack in a neckbreaker after the champion spears the referee.
All Star "Prince of Heat" Court Montgomery hits the ring to replace the injured official and refuses to make the three count for Richards.
Referees litter the ring area as Richards tries to figure out how he can win the title from the stunned Mid Atlantic Champion.
Kandrack regains his momentum and sets up Richards for an ugly end to the bout.
Coach Gemini, Montgomery and Kandrack pose with the title belt after the bout's conclusion.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action at the brand new Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on 1001 Springwood Ave in Burlington on Saturday September 22nd with the Aftermath's Ric Converse going one-on-one against former partner Marcellus King! 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. Gibsonville NC
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