A Special Report!
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
Coach Gemini and Jarry Carey led in All Star Roy Wilkins for singles action against up-and-coming powerhouse Montana Black. Black confounded Wilkins by remaining on his feet and forced the All Stars to use teamwork for a pinfall win over the big man. Coach Gemini tossed his chrome brass knuckles across the ring behind the back of the referee to land perfectly in the open hand of Wilkins.
Michael McAllister was out next to take on "Playboy" Bobby Ballentyne in singles action. A rough-house bout erupted with several exchanges of shots before McAllister finished off the Playboy by pinfall.
The masked Number Boy was up next to face the big Mike Mars in singles action. Mars tossed the game Number Boy around the ring like a rag doll and pinned him in around two minutes.
Coach Gemini entered with a new game show, Let's Make A Deal, and asked who would like to make $100. The crowd reacted and Snooty Foxx answered the challenge but raised the stakes by forcing Coach Gemini to make his upcoming bout in Chapel Hill against Arik Royal a title match if Royal defeated Trevor Lee later in the evening. The Coach, after being caught in the act of questionable repute, had no choice but to agree to the terms.
Six-man tag team action was introduced next, pitting the team of RGL Champion Cain Justice, Ethan Alexander Sharpe and Otto Schwanz against the Dirty Daddy, Pig Daddy Cool, the Proletariat Boar of Moldava and Ian Maxwell. A fast-paced bout ensued with a side order of violence before the Daddy/Boar/Maxwell team took the win by pinfall.
"Southern Savior" John Sklyer was out next to challenge "the Gift" Jason Kincaid for the Modern Vintage Wrestling Championship. A hard-hitting battle of wills broke out as neither competitor would bend to the will of the other. Kincaid was successful in his title defense, defeating Skyler by pinfall in a five-star battle.
CWF Worldwide Television Champion Aric Andrews and Lee Valiant were out next to defend the TV belt against #Real Joshua Cutshall and his imaginary legion. Cutshall took Andrews to the canvas early and kept him on the defensive for much of the match. Lee Valiant had to give his friend a little hand, loading something into Andrews' elbow pad for a KO blow and then helping hide the evidence after. Andrews wins by pinfall and retains the TV title.
Logan Easton Laroux entered with the PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship to defend against lightning-fast Tracer X. Laroux also exited with the title belt, earned the right by defeating the perplexing Tracer X by pinfall in a moment over ten minutes.
Six-man action was delayed by in-ring cleanup after a fan tossed nachos into the ring, but despite the lack of home-training by said fan, PWI International Heavyweight Champion C.W. Anderson and the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Zane and Dave Dawson lined up and battled 2017 Weaver Cup Champion Chet Sterling and the Kernodle Brothers Cup Champions Sandwich Squad's Aaron Biggs and Mecha Mercenary. The fan favorites ended coming out on the bad side of the pinfall decision and the Sandwich Squad exited, leaving Chet Sterling alone in the ring with Anderson and the Dawsons. The attack began and the lights went out, returning with Ric Converse standing in the face of C.W. Anderson in defense of Sterling.
"Ace" Arik Royal and the Coach's entourage entered to take on CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee in the evening's no time limit main event for the title. The All Star's Coach resorted to every trick in the book (hard cover AND paperback) but was still unable to keep his man from tapping out well over a half hour after the opening bell. Royal had kind words following for Lee and the two shook hands before exiting despite the look of disbelief on the face of Gemini.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns live action on Saturday August 30th for CWF MAMA SAID KNOCK YOU OUT at Chapel Hill NC's Hargrave Recreation Center! Tickets NOW at www.cwftickets.com!
(Above) Chet Sterling flips out over CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Zane Dawson at CWF FOR THE RECORD at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium!
All Star Roy Wilkins gets busy with big Montana Black in singles action.
Wilkins tenderizes the spine of Black with a few choice elbows.
Montana Black ties up Wilkins from behind.
Wilkins writhes in pain after Black dropped him to the canvas.
Michael McAllister takes on "Playboy" Bobby Ballentyne in singles action.
The Playboy sets up McAllister for snap mare or worse.
Ballentyne slaps the taste out of the mouth of McAllister, perhaps awakening the Fury.
Michael McAllister steps in behind the Playboy for a trip to the canvas.
Mike Mars builds his momentum after flooring singles opponent Number Boy.
Number Boy tries going toe-to-toe with Mars.
Mike Mars hoists up Number Boy for a trip across the canvas.
Snooty Foxx agrees to play for a shot at a possible Heavyweight Title in Coach Gemini's crooked shell game.
Ian Maxwell drags RGL Champion Cain Justice back into his team's corner in six-man tag team action.
Pig Daddy Cool, the Proletariat Boar of Moldova, drops a big elbow on Justice.
Dirty Daddy puts the brakes on Ethan Alexander Sharpe.
"Wrestling Machine" Otto Schwanz tries to submit Dirty Daddy while taunting the Boar.
Challenger "Southern Savior" John Skyler reacts to Modern Vintage Wrestling Champ "the Gift" Jason Kincaid's refusal to be moved.
Kincaid regains control of the challenger by controlling his arm.
John Skyler catches Jason Kincaid in the mouth with a boot from the canvas.
The "Southern Savior" drives a shoulder into the midsection of the "Gift".
#Real Joshua Cutshall brings CWF Worldwide Television Champion Aric Andrews to the canvas in title action.
Andrews takes advantage of Cutshall's exposed ribs as he gets up off of the canvas.
Joshua Cutshall tries to keep Aric Andrews' shoulders on the canvas.
#Real Joshua Cutshall really gets into the head of Aric Andrews in TV title action.
PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Logan Easton Laroux reacts to the speed of challenger Tracer X.
Tracer X displays an innovative method of breaking the advantage of a wrist lock.
Laroux questions the mettle of Tracer X as he struggles back to his feet.
Logan Easton Laroux whips Tracer X into the ropes.
The Sandwich Squad's Aaron Biggs changes the direction of travel of PWI International Heavyweight Champion C.W. Anderson in six-man tag team action.
Mecha Mercenary agrees to 'fly' at the urging of partners Aaron Biggs and Chet Sterling.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champ Zane Dawson tags in brother Dave while keeping Chet Sterling from tagging out.
Dave Dawson whips Chet Sterling across the ring into the ropes.
Sterling flies from the top turnbuckles onto Dave Dawson.
"The 1st" Ric Converse appears after a momentary post-match blackout...In the face of C.W. Anderson.
"It's a by-gawd slobber-knocker out there!"
Challenger Arik Royal watches the referee's count as he tries to pin CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee in main event title action.
Lee twists Royal like a pretzel. Literally.
Trevor Lee invites the Ace to return to his feet and continue.
Lee flies from the top turnbuckles, taking the direct approach.
After a blizzard of Coach's powder, Gemini steps up to the plate himself.
Trevor Lee puts the brakes on Arik Royal in mid-ring.
No, Lee is not telling Royal that he's #1.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday September 30th at 7:30pm at Chapel Hill NC's Hargraves Community Center for CWF MAMA SAID KNOCK YOU OUT! Purchase your seats NOW at CWFTickets.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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