CWF Mid Atlantic Report

Attacks At CWF SETTLING THE SCORE Force Commissioner Edsel To Order TWO Steel Cage Main Event Bouts At ULTIMATE SURVIVOR!

A Special Report!

Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

Burlington, NC

11.05.11

The bizarre Otto Schwanz visited Burlington NC from his home planet of Naugadook and demanded pro wrestling competition. Chase Dakota accepted the challenge and soon found himself being stretched all over the canvas by the former two-time CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion. Schwanz made the cover and pinfall over Dakota with only two seconds remaining in the bout's 10 minute time limit.

The 2011 Rising Generation League Tournament kicked off with Fun Athletic Guy's Ben Tyler matched up against Joe Black. Tyler's partner Trevor Lee stood at ringside and tried to help his partner any way he could, including talking smack to youngsters in the bleachers who were giving his partner a hard time. Tyler & Lee used several cheap double-teams behind the official's back but were unable to stop the storm surge of Joe Black when he finally got angry during the bout. Black advances to the second round of the 2011 RGL Tournament via pinfall.

Chase Dakota, "Surly" Cecil Scott & Mecha Mercenary were out next to call out Arik Royal and ask him to his face to "join them" to create "something great" in the Mid Atlantic area. Royal showed his disdain for the three competitors and found himself attacked three-on-one. Chiva Kid hit the ring to make the save and a ring official called for the bell for tag team action between Scott & Mercenary against the re-formed Black Guy & A Little Goat. Minutes into the bout the official demanded Dakota exit the arena as Chiva and Royal began to work as a well-oiled unit, taking Mecha to the concrete as they pinned the shoulders of Scott with his partner too far away to make the save.

Fun Athletic Guy's Trevor Lee w/Ben Tyler was out next for singles action against the veteran "Box Office Draw" Mikael Yamaha. A marathon bout ensued with Yamaha taking the brunt of Lee & Tyler's attacks and only getting in a few choice shots along the way. With time running out on the fifteen minute time limit, Yamaha felt the attempt to pin his shoulders, fired up and changed the entire course of the battle in a split-second, rolling up the cocky young Lee for a clean pinfall victory.

The All Star's Michael "the Fury" McAllister was out next with Coach Gemini & "Prince Of Heat" Court Montgomery for singles action against veteran Mark James. The two took each other to task, locking up for what looked to be a good bout between unfamiliar competitors, but soon found their match being thrown out and ruled as a "No Contest" after CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Xsiris inserted himself into the bout. Grabbing a house mic, Xsiris went on to explain that he was making an "appearance" and was looking forward to bigger and better things when Mark James grabbed another house mic and challenged X to step into the ring. A violent brawl ensued, with Xsiris pulling out all stops in anger against the nerve of an unranked competitor who challenged him to fight. James held his own during the first few moments of action, but manager William L. Cross inserted himself into the action, helping his champion to steal a pinfall win.

"The 1st" Ric Converse w/William L. Cross was out for the next bout to face "Young Gun" Nick Richards in a rematch from October. Richards and manager Brad Stutts made their way to the ring with the heavily-bandaged Richards almost on the verge of deciding not to compete, but pride got in his eyes and he rolled into the ring and told the referee to ring the bell. Converse made a lot of points with young Richards, attacking the obvious injuries to his back and shoulder which the "Young Gun" suffered a week ago at the hands of Kamakazi Kid in Kazi Rules action. Driving him face-first into the canvas with his Ric-Tor Scale finisher, "Slick Diddy" finished off the obviously over-matched but game Richards by pinfall.

"Arrogant" Aric Andrews made his entrance and awaited current Rising Generation League Champion Jason Miller for their first-round 2011 RGL Tournament match, but "the 1st" Ric Converse crowned him with a steel chair as me made his way out of the entrance. Converse dropped him like a bad habit and continued to beat him unconscious with the steel chair before officials pulled him away. Converse, Cross and the Fun Athletic Guys all hit the ring to crow as the referee made the ten-count and ruled Andrews the winner by forfeit since Miller couldn't answer the bell and also ruled the RGL Title now vacant. Commissioner Corey Edsel took that opportunity to come out and announce that he wanted to see the people in the ring in a big bout at CWF Ultimate Survivor and then announced that they would indeed be involved in a major bout but it would be captained by both of the Aftermath's members, with Ric Converse the captain of one team against Xsiris' team! Suggesting that "Arrogant" Aric Andrews would be a great addition to the bout, Edsel added him to the event which prompted Joe Black to hit the stage and demand a spot in the bout which he was granted. Both captains were instructed to have their team's official lineup on the desk of the Commissioner before midnight tonight before an official announcement is made as to the makeup of the teams.

CWF Television Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack w/Coach Gemini was out next to defend against Fatback Enterprises' Donnie Dollar$ w/Brad Stutts. The two big men brawled, fought, kicked and grappled for much of the traditional ten minute television time limit until the rest of the All Stars hit the ring to attack the surging challenger. The locker rooms emptied as a brawl erupted all around the arena, forcing yet another appearance by the Commissioner, who had a few more decisions made for CWF Ultimate Survivor. Fining Coach Gemimi $500 (which happened to be the exact amount of the bounty placed on Mikael Yamaha by the Coach at the CWF Rumble), Edsel announced that he'd use that money to rent a steel cage for an All-Stars v. Fatback six-man battle. The Commissioner ordered TV Champion Kandrack, Michael McAllister & "Hard Times" Ty Dillinger to fight inside of the steel against the team of Donnie Dollar$, "Young Gun" Nick Richards & surprise choice Adam Page at Ultimate Survivor!

The last words of Commissioner Edsel before exiting for the main event's introductions were that the main event MUST have a winner! Coach Gemini's Goon Squad, former tag champions Walter Eaton & Roy "Tiger" Wilkins hit the ring for a title rematch against current champions Semper Ferocious' Devin Dalton & Bobby Wohlfert. A classic tag team championship bout erupted with the champions showing off their discipline and skills against the crafty former champions who were still not very happy about losing the larger paycheck of reigning champions. Both teams pulled out all stops, unloaded both barrels and left it all inside of the squared circle for over twenty-five minutes before Coach Gemini climbed through the ropes with his brass knuckles gleaming in the ring lights. Gemini swung and connected, but unfortunately for the All Stars, KO'd his own man as his attack was seen coming. The Marines pulled out another exciting win to retain the titles for a very appreciative crowd.

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday November 19th for the 2011 CWF ULTIMATE SURVIVOR! CWF Projekt X returns to live action on Friday November 18th! For all the details and to reserve your seats, visit www.cwf247.com. Wohlfert & Dalton vs. Eaton & Wilkins in a Steel Cage! The All Stars vs. Fatback & Adam Page in a Steel Cage! Team Converse vs. Team Xsiris in Wildcard Survivor Match! Triathlon Survivor Match and more!

(Above) Fun Athletic Guy Trevor Lee prowls the ringside area as his partner Ben Tyler battles Joe Black in first-round Rising Generation League Tournament action at the CWF SETTLING THE SCORE at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.

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Otto Schwanz moves in on a confused Chase Dakota in singles action.

Dakota has to be wondering what in the world happened to allow him to book himself into this bout.

Schwanz continues to befuddle and confuse Dakota with his unorthadox approach.

Fun Athletic Guys' Ben Tyler and Joe Black renew hostilities in first-round 2011 Rising Generation League Tournament action.

Fun Athletic Guys' Trevor Lee attacks his partner's opponent on the floor.

Black ends the threat of Lee and fires up to finish off Tyler.

"Surly" Cecil Scott twists out of a quick pin attempt by the masked Chiva Kid in tag team action.

Mecha Mercenary reels from a shot from big Arik Royal.

Mecha tries to walk a mudhole in Royal on the canvas.

Veteran "Box Office Draw" Mikael Yamaha grabs Fun Athletic Guys' Trevor Lee in singles action.

Lee flies over the top rope holding the neck of Yamaha in an attempt to finish the match quickly.

Yamaha fights back from his knees against the persistant young competitor.

All Star Michael "the Fury" McAllister screams in disgust after opponent Mark James "pulled his chest hair" in singles action.

CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Xsiris finishes saying his piece after interrupting the singles bout, only to hear the voice of Mark James challenging him to a bout.

Mark James goes for the cover after dropping the Heavyweight Champ on his back on the canvas.

James sets up the champion for a big impact on his spine again!

Xsiris evens the score by ramming Mark James face-first into the steel ringpost.

"The 1st" Ric Converse stands over Fatback's "Young Gun" Nick Richards in a return match between the two.

Richards fights back despite his injuries suffered at the hands of Kamakazi Kid the previous week.

Converse tries to "break the back" of Richards.

Converse calmly tells manager Brad Stutts that he's going to take his young charge out.

After intermission, Converse rushes out and levels RGL Champion Jason Miller with a steel chair during his ring introduction!

Trevor Lee, Ric Converse, William L. Cross, Xsiris & Ben Tyler scoff at the fact Commissioner Corey Edsel is addressing them about a major bout at CWF ULTIMATE SURVIVOR.

CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack drives a shoulder into the midsection of challenger Donnie Dollar$ in title action.

Dollar$ goes for a big ride back-first to the canvas.

The Assassin tries to finish off Dollar$ on the canvas.

The All Stars attack as Dollar$ fires up in the bout.

Commissioner Corey Edsel separates the combatants after clearing the ring.

Edsel looks unamused by the All Stars reaction to him ordering them into a steel cage against Fatback and Adam Page at Ultimate Survivor.

CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champions Semper Ferocious' "American Pitbull" Devin Dalton gets busy with former champion and challenger All Star Walter Eaton in main event title action.

Semper Ferocious' "Michigan Assassin" Bobby Wohlfert & Dalton double up to propel All Star Roy "Tiger" Wilkins across the ring.

Wohlfert tenderizes the chest of Wilkins with a violent kick.

Eaton drags Dalton back toward his team's corner to inflict more pain.

Wilkins sets up Dalton for Eaton's legdrop.

Wohlfert looks on from the ring apron as his partner is temporarily grounded by Wilkins on the canvas.

The Next CWF Mid Atlantic Event

CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Saturday November 19th at 7:30pm for the 2011 CWF ULTIMATE SURVIVOR! Reserve your seats NOW at CWF247.COM!

Directions to the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium

Exit Interstate 40/85 on exit 143 toward the Burlington Airport on Highway 62 South. Take the first left after passing the OLD building (Air Park West, just past the airport) onto Anthony Road. Turn right on Air Park Rd. and then a left onto Frank Holt Dr. The Mid Atlantic Sportatorium is located at the end of the road on the left.

Or GPS us at: 1813 Frank Holt Rd., Burlington NC 27215

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