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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
1001 Springwood Ave.
Lee Valiant interrupted opening comments by Brad Stutts only to be interrupted by Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea, who had heard enough of Valiant, challenging HIM to a match. Valiant accepted and the two wrestled a couple of minutes and then brawled for the remainder of the match. Valiant walks away with a pinfall win leaving Lea on the canvas to kick off CWF PURE CHAOS.
Six man tag team action is introduced next with "Army of One" Marcellus King leading Chase Dakota & Darius Lockhart to the ring to take on Donnie Dollar$ with Jesse "the Ripper" Adler & "White Lightning" Wesley Jennings. An entertaining and hard-hitting affair ensued with the Dollar$ team winning convincingly with an Adler pinfall.
Arik Royal is introduced and he speaks to the fans about wanting a shot for "his" Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title. "The 1st" Ric Converse interrupts the proceedings and says HE wants a shot at the title. The All Stars Goon Squad's Walter Eaton & CWF Heavyweight Champ Roy Wilkins enter the arena and lay down an offer of their own. They offer up tag team action against the team of Royal & Converse with the stipulation that if the All Stars win, neither Royal or Converse will ever get a title shot at Wilkins' title, but if the All Stars lose, BOTH men get title shots at the champion.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Jason Miller & "Lost Cause" Nick Richards are then introduced for tag team title action, followed by the introduction of Smith & Weston's Smith Garrett & RGL Champion Charlie Weston. As the referee begins checking both teams, Rage & the Machine's Mecha Mercenary & Michael "the Fury" McAllister w/"Dangerous E" Corey Edsel & Sis rush the ring demanding to be a part of the match. That's when the Killbillies' "Honky Kong" Evan Banks & "South Paw" Aric Andrews w/Bobby Joe Neil entered to make it a four-way tag title match! All eight men brawled in and around the ring with bodies stacking up like an interstate highway bus wreck as the champions were able to steal a win, somehow pinning RGL Champ Weston to end the war.
CWF Cub Reporter Robby Walsh was out next to interview PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Lance Lude. As they discussed the title's stature, they are introduced by newcomer Ethan Case. Case regales the fans with tales of the 50-odd Rumbles his father won and how he'd never lost a Rumble, challenging the 2014 CWF RUMBLE champion Lude to a 2-man Rumble match.
It took less than sixty seconds for Lance Lude to send Ethan Case over the top ropes to the floor, and moments later, Case rushes back into the ring wanting to fight. Lude agrees to put the title on the line and a second later Case attacks! Lude controlled the speed of the match, keeping it at his liking but somewhere after the 12 minute mark, found himself flat on his back knocked out cold. Be it an inadvertent collisions of the wrestler's heads or the violent loss of breath upon hitting the canvas, Lude was upset by pinfall by the man who just this week had made his presence in the PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship Top 10 Contenders list!
CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "El Jefe" Manny Garcia was out next to defend his title against the Aftermath's Chet Sterling. A fast-paced bout erupted with Garcia able to withstand the attacks of Sterling and continue his title reign via pinfall.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins & Walter Eaton were introduced for main event tag team action, soon joined by the team of Arik Royal & "the 1st" Ric Converse. A violent and hard-hitting battle erupted, a give and take match with neither team gaining an advantage over the other until a communication breakdown and a quick duck by the champion caused Royal to smack Converse in the mouth grappling near the ropes. Converse ended up returning the favor in similar circumstances minutes later and the All Stars were able to take advantage of the situation and win by pinfall over the unhappy former champions.
As the main event's combatants began to make their way out of the arena, "Assassin" Ray Kandrack rushes the ring looking for a fight. The 2014 Weaver Cup champion Brad Attitude entered hot on his heels and the two went to war in impromptu singles action. It didn't take quite five minutes for Kandrack to seal the deal after finally getting his hands on Attitude, winning by pinfall.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday November 1st at 7:30pm for CWF FALLOUT! Tickets available NOW at www.cwf247.com!
(Above) Lee Valiant gets into the face of Brad Stutts again at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium during CWF PURE CHAOS!
Lee Valiant sounds off to Brad Stutts at commentary after flooring Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea in singles action.
CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "El Jefe" Manny Garcia joins Ethan A. Sharpe in the VIP section.
Lea struggles to reach the ropes in seach of a break.
Lea grabs the wrist to set up a kick to the face of Valiant.
Donnie Dollar$ and "Army of One" Marcellus King square off in six-man tag team action.
Chase Dakota saves partner Darius Lockhart from a Donnie Dollar$ pin attempt.
Dollar$ launches partner "White Lightning" Wesley Jennings toward their opponents.
Dakota tortures Jennings for the entertainment of his tag partners in the corner.
"The 1st" Ric Converse tries to explain his position to Arik Royal after questions from CWF Cub Reporter Robby Walsh.
Converse and Royal do not see eye-to-eye but agree to tag in the main event!
The Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews assaults CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion "Lost Cause" Nick Richards at ringside as four-way tag team title action kicks off.
Rage & the Machine's Michael "the Fury" McAllister and Mecha Mercenary rough up tag champion Jason Miller in the turnbuckles.
Bodies are flying as everyone tries to stop anyone else's pin attempt in Four Way Tag Title action.
Rising Generation League Champion Charlie Weston tries to force Richards to submit in the center of the ring.
PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Lance Lude gets introduced to the corner turnbuckles by newcomer/challenger Ethan Case in title action.
Case rains ringboots down on the Ultra-J Crown Champ.
Lude finds himself in a headlock.
Case cranks the head of Lude back by his beard as the official requests all future moves be within the rules.
Challenger Chet Sterling goes behind CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "El Jefe" Manny Garcia.
Garcia shows off his power, hoisting up the challenger on to his shoulder.
Sterling hits the canvas looking for the exit as Garcia hits his tempo in the bout.
The Aftermath's Sterling goes for broke, trying to take Garcia off of his feet.
"The 1st" Ric Converse drags All Star Walter Eaton toward his corner for a tag in main event tag team action.
Arik Royal abuses Eaton in the center of the squared circle.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Roy Wilkins makes the save for his tag partner.
Wilkins shows Royal exactly where he's applying the pressure to the shoulder of Converse on the canvas.
2014 Weaver Cup Champion Brad Attitude flies over the top ropes onto "Assassin" Ray Kandrack in impromptu singles action!
Attitude drops the trash can across the back of Kandrack.
Kandrack clubs the back of Attitude fighting in the Sportatorium's lobby.
Attitude reels after an awkward impact with the Assassin.
Walter Eaton tries to "beat some sense" into Kandrack as the All Stars melt down again!
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday November 1st at 7:30pm for CWF FALLOUT 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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