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"Assassin" Ray Kandrack OUT of CWF! Chiva Kid Introduces Himself As Andrew Everett Cross! Goon Squad Retains Titles Over Mid Atlantic Outlaws! Crazy Night Of Action at CWF HIGH TENSION!
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The Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
Chiva Kid hit the ring prior to the first match, face covered with a towel to address the fans about the conclusion of CWF Madness In Any Direction. He removed the towel and introduced himself as Andrew Everett Cross, son of manager William L. Cross and grandson of ringside stage manager Pops Wenkel. Even pointing out his mother in the crowd, the young Cross vowed to get even with Trevor Lee, explaining that he had planned on doing away with the Chiva Kid mask in the near future.
Mecha Mercenary and his partner "Surly" Cecil Scott were out next for singles action against the up-and-coming Lebron Kozone. The masked monster took an almost immediate advantage on his opponent, but refused to pin him and stopped the referee from counting him out after tossing him out of the squared circle. The game young powerhouse Kozone returned to the ring but was unable to get the masked monster off of his feet, a disappointing outing for the popular young grappler who appears to have a very bright future in the ring.
The Black Watch's Chase Dakota & Joe Black w/Solomon Spades was out next for tag team action against the Set's Lance Lude & Jay Sinn. A pretty even tilt ensued with the journeymen Set displaying their talents at the expense of the Black Watch, but manager/wrestler Solomon Spades made his way into the ring on a couple of occasions, eventually clobbering Sinn with a steel chair behind the referee's back and dragging Black on top of him as the referee was trying to maintain order on the floor at ringside.
Newcomer Charlie Weston entered the arena to face off against a suddenly very alone and very angry Donnie Dollar$. With the demise of Fatback Enterprises, Dollar$ hit the ring without any fanfare, or entrance music for that matter, and was all business from bell to bell. The big man took out his frustrations on young Weston, pinning him in under a minute and a half, then called for a house mic and announced that if Nick Richards was anywhere near the ring tonight that he would even the score of Richard's cowardly attack at CWF Madness In Any Direction.
Zane Dawson was out next to face former Mid Atlantic Champion Lee Valiant for the right to challenge for the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title on May 4th. It was ugly, it was mean, it was down-right violent as both men played for keeps from the opening bell. The vocal crowd constantly chanting for Valiant fueled Dawson from anger to almost pure evil as the match went on, with Dawson telling the fans what he thought of Valiant inside of the ring. Dawson won by pinfall, leaving Valiant in a crumpled heap who required security to help him exit the ring after the bell.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions All Stars Goon Squad's Roy Wilkins & Walter Eaton w/Coach Gemini were out next to defend their titles against the #1 Contenders, the Mid Atlantic Outlaws' Louis Moore & Matt Houston. With the fans firmly behind the #1 Contenders, Coach Gemini stepped up his involvement, throwing penalty flags and blowing his whistle almost non-stop the entire bout. The Outlaws took the battle to the champions with Moore and Eaton having one of the most blistering exchanges of chops that this reporter has ever witnessed, but their momentum was broken several times by the cagey Coach. Using Moore's own branding iron as a weapon behind the referee's back, the champions escaped with a controversial pinfall win in what may be just the first chapter of many between the two teams.
Six man tag team action was up next as the Aftermath's CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Trevor Lee, Rising Generation League Champion Ben Tyler & Chet Sterling hit the ring to square off against Robyn Tyrone Golphin, Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea & Andrew Everett Cross. Golphin found himself singled out for punishment and was abused to the point that he couldn't even get close enough to his corner to make a tag for almost eight minutes. The referee interjected himself between Golphin's partners and the Aftermath on several occasions as they tried to rush the ring to make the save while being taunted by Lee numerous times. The "new" Aftermath held up their end of the bout, pulling off a pinfall win that left their opponents feeling ripped off and wanting to continue their confrontation.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal was introduced for the scheduled main event title defense, followed into the ring by Brad Stutts and Commissioner Corey Edsel. After announcing the advertised opponent had no-showed and had not contacted the office, the two stated that there would be a title bout, but were interrupted by the All Star's "Assassin" Ray Kandrack and Coach Gemini, who demanded the match. Edsel agreed, adding the stipulation that if Kandrack did not win the title that he was "gone from CWF" for the remainder of Edsel's term as Commissioner. He added that if Coach Gemini got himself involved that he, too, would be "gone from CWF", to which he agreed after getting in the Commissioner's face baseball-manager style. The main event lasted less than two minutes before Royal took the former champion to the canvas and pinned him to retain his title. Zane Dawson then rushed the ring and attacked Royal, followed by Lee Valiant who attacked Dawson. Nick Richards then hit the ring grabbing the house mic only to be interrupted by an irate Donnie Dollar$, followed by the "new" Aftermath hitting the ring followed by Andrew Everett Cross and then, surprisingly, "the 1st" Ric Converse. After cleaning house, Converse, Cross & Royal announced that they would square off against Lee, Tyler & Sterling at CWF Mid Atlantic's 350th event on Saturday May 18th at the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville NC.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Saturday May 4th for event #348 with a full card of skull-crushing pro wrestling excitement! Already signed for May 4th: CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal defending his title against Zane Dawson!
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to the Alamance County Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club on Friday May 17th for event #349, featuring the legendary Sgt. Slaughter! More info on this event in the coming days and weeks at www.cwf247.com! Let's buy the bus!
(Above) Andrew Everett Cross flips out over the Aftermath's Ben Tyler following the main event at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium during CWF HIGH TENSION!
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The Insiders Readers responded with Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride (36%); The Killbillies Aric Andrews & Evan Banks (21%); All Stars "Assassin" Ray Kandrack (14%); Chiva Kid, All Stars Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega, Robyn Golphyn & Miss Chasity (7% each) when asked which performer or faction you most expect to be the most popular in 2012.
"People still totally freak when I tell them that I stopped watching wrestling on television in 2001, the night Vince McMahon's face showed up on WCW's big screen to be exact. Everyone swears I need to know what's going on in WWE in order to put on a wrestling event. It hasn't stopped me yet, if I need inspiration I simply dig out my collection of wrestling tapes from the 80's and 90's, and yes, that includes WWF, WCW, WCCW, UWF, and the rest of the alphabet soup that makes up today's wrestling. - Randy "Randolph" Hedrick
Ric Converse Becomes "the 1st" ECPW Heavyweight Champion Since 2001 at ECPW Re-Launch in Thomasville NC!
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National Guard Armory
Nick Richards found himself across the ring from the wildman Ouga Booga and manager Nick D and immediately discovered that his opponent had no qualms about blistering him with chops like he owed him money. The wrestler formerly known as the Young Gun found himself unable to make any progress towards slowing down his opponent, eventually wore down enough for his war-painted opponent to end the bout via a convincing pinfall.
The ECPW Tag Title Tournament kicked off with bitter rivals from the All Stars Roy Wilkins & Michael "the Fury" McAllister squaring off against the popular Killbillies' "Honky Kong" Evan Banks & "South Paw" Aric Andrews with Bobby Joe Neil in their corner. A proverbial slobber-knocker ensued with the battle spilling into the arena before the fan favorite Killbillies eliminated the All Stars from the tournament by pinfall.
"New Era" Jimmy Parker was out next to face off against Lee Edwards in singles action. A hard-hitting back and forth affair ensued with Parker surviving a couple of close calls and the referee re-starting the bout after an apparent Edwards victory, which culminated in Parker stealing a pinfall win of his own to the disdain of the vocal fans.
The Just Us League were introduced but never emerged from the locker area, allegedly to be replaced by "Iceman" Joe & Damien Storm, the vicious Storm Brothers, who demanded that they be introduced for the next ECPW Tag Title Tournament bout because the scheduled team had "left the facility". Opponents Fuego Demente & Evan Fury answered the challenge and made their way to the ring with the referee calling for the bell. Seconds into the bout, ECPW Commissioner Tommy Steel made his way out and stopped the match! Steel explained that the Storm Brothers had ran the Just Us League out of the facility and that they were only contracted to participate in the main event ECPW Heavyweight Title Rumble, ordering them to the locker room and introducing Mecha Mercenary & Corey Duncom to replace them. The wacky non-English speaking Demente and young Fury were able to stay out of the grasp of the masked monster and actually made some headway in slowing down the lightning fast Duncom. Demente & Fury advance by pinfall in the ECPW Tag Team Tournament, which is scheduled to crown a new tag champions on August 24th!
Nineteen competitors were introduced at one minute intervals with the last man standing being crowned as the first ECPW Heavyweight Champion since 2001. The competitors squared off against each other and alliances were formed and dissolved in seconds as each man tried to get an advantage over the others in the ECPW Rumble. Donnie Dollar$ got his hands on Nick Richards, both in the ring and on the floor after both were eliminated and big men Mecha Mercenary and Corey Edsel required team efforts to be eliminated. The final two men standing were Lee Edwards and Ric Converse and the renewed hostilities even though they are actually long-time friends. Jimmy Parker, after being eliminated, returned to the ring area, pulling down the top rope so Edwards could eliminate the former AWA World Heavyweight Champion, but Converse reversed Edwards, sending him flying over the top rope to the concrete floor. Converse was then presented with the ECPW Heavyweight Title and the celebration began.
East Coast Pro Wrestling returns to live action on Saturday June 22nd with the ECPW Tag Title Tournament continuing and a full card of skull-crushing action! Details HERE when they become official.
(Above) All Star Roy Wilkins drives a shoulder into the midsection of the Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews in ECPW Tag Team Title Tournament action at Thomasville NC's National Guard Armory.
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CWF REDEMPTION Turns Up The Heat Heading Toward #350!
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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
The "South Paw" Aric Andrews, along with partner "Honky Kong" Evan Banks, manager "Barefoot" Bobby Joe Neil & a lifesize cardboard cutout of NASCAR Superstar Bobby Labonte hit the ring area to find Solomon Spades' right hand man in the Black Watch, Chase Dakota, ready to do battle. A fast hard-hitting fight broke out keeping guest referee Tyler Dalton, who was in attendance to represent the Alamance County Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, hoping from bell to bell. Dakota left the ring most likely trying to figure out how to explain to Spades that he lost via pinfall.
Mecha Mercenary was joined by partner "Surly" Cecil Scott to hit the ring for the second bout at CWF REDEMPTION to face recent CWF Dojo graduate Aaron Biggs in a Commissioner-granted rematch. Immovable objects collided. Both men went over the ropes to the floor. The floor loses as this bout was ruled a time limit draw as the ten minute time limit expired.
A video message from Nick Richards came to life on the arena's main screen, but was ordered stopped mid-way through by Brad Stutts, who asked for a house mic from the commentary position. Stutts informed the fans that he had no clue what was going on with his "little brother" but wasn't going to take it sitting down. He ended his comments and introduced another short video featuring WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter, who will be joining forces with CWF Mid Atlantic on Friday May 17th in Burlington!
The Killbillies' "Honky Kong" Evan Banks, along with manager "Barefoot" Bobby Joe Neil were out next for a collision of fan-favorites, facing off the popular Matthew de Nero in singles action. The fun-loving Killbillies couldn't figure out why de Nero was being so serious when the object of wrestling was to "have fun". They wrestled like they were taught by their mutual teacher, "Handsome" Jimmy Valiant in Virginia, making him proud of his former students. The Killbillies exited the arena, familiar music used by a certain "sports entertainment" star known by three of the same initials suddenly blared. Someone entered the arena wearing a HighSpots.Com mask of the said superstar along with Bobby Joe Neil in drag and beat de Nero down using the moves and holds the subject of the mask normally employees. Crafty de Nero kept moving forward, garnering a pinfall win over the fun-loving Banks, but showed he still was able to have fun when Kriss Kross sounded and everyone in the ring started jumping.
The "new" Aftermath's Chet Sterling was out next to face off against the man who originally created the group "the 1st" Ric Converse in singles action. Converse went about the task of showing the cocky youngster who ran the city, but Sterling reversed his fortunes and started to take an advantage over the six-time former Mid Atlantic champion. Converse kicked in the afterburners, dropping his former teammate face-first with his Ric-Tor Scale finisher for a convincing pinfall win.
CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions the All Stars Goon Squad's Roy Wilkins & Walter Eaton hit the ring with the ever-annoying Coach Gemini hit the ring to defend their titles against challengers Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea & Andrew Everett Cross in what promised to be a high-flying affair started in dead silence as CWF Mid Atlantic TV Champion Trevor Lee rushed in and clobbered Cross with his title belt as the bell was being rang for the title match. Cross slumped face-first to the floor at ringside and the Goon Squad ran off everyone that tried to help him out of the arena, leaving a fired up "Sho Smoove" taking control of the bout inside of the ring, taking on the champions at a handicap. With well-time attacks on the injured Cross, the champions kept the match two-on-one for the duration, finally wearing down the rookie Lea and pinning him for the three count.
CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Trevor Lee and Aftermath cohort Chet Sterling were out next as Lee stepped up to defend his title against a recently-irate Donnie Dollar$. Dollar$, the proverbial angry young man, hit the ring ready to tear off the cocky TV Champ's head. Lee had his hands full despite having a willing partner waiting for opportunities on the floor at ringside, and Dollar$ began looking like he was about to win back his title when Nick Richards ran into the arena and attacked his former partner. Lee won the bout by pinfall in what turned out to be virtually a three-on-one attack.
Coach Gemini led All Star Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega to the ring to square off against former Mid Atlantic Champ Lee Valiant in singles action. Two men with nothing to lose and nothing to prove went to war, trying to destroy each other in some kind of mutual destruction in order to survive the night. The Coach did his part detracting the referee and such to normally help his charge to an easy victory, but Valiant kept coming back for more. The two-on-one game plan didn't seem to go the way it was planned as the All Stars were denied a second victory in CWF REDEMPTION with Valiant winning by pinfall.
CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal had his hands full in the main event title bout against one of the most aggressive stars in the business today, Zane Dawson. They fought. They brawled. They fought some more and then resumed brawling. They wrestled some but mostly exchanged blows and chops as each tried to find the breaking point of the other. Dawson's left eye appeared swollen and red early in the fight and that didn't improve his demeanor whatsoever. A few more fights break out and Dawson goes to the floor, throwing steel chairs from ringside into the ring. The referee stops the match, ruling it NO CONTEST, which allows the champion to retain the title by rule. Then another fight breaks out, spilling into the ringside area a second and third time. Then yet another confrontation took place in the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium's lobby! Fans roared as the fight erupted in the building's common area, but was soon under "control" despite the angry challenger.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to our original hometown of Burlington NC on Friday May 17th at Alamance County Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club! Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Sgt. Slaughter will be on hand to meet some lucky fans to benefit the Boys and Girls Club attempt to upgrade their buses. Slaughter says the idea is to build a new bus and ORDERS all of his fans to join us for a special Friday night benefit! Details and more at www.cwf247.com!
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to their Gibsonville NC home, the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Saturday May 18th for a very special anniversary event, the company's 350th live event! Already signed for the 18th, Donnie Dollar$ versus former partner Nick Richards! Stipulations for this match and more exciting announcements beginning Monday on www.cwf247.com!
(Above) Zane Dawson finds himself on the canvas as he battles CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal in main event title action at CWF REDEMPTION at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Chiva Kid Unmasked! "Young Gun" Nick Richards Returns, Attacks Donnie Dollar$! Matt Smith Wins Toughman Tournament! Mid Atlantic Outlaws Become New #1 Contenders for Mid Atlantic Tag Titles! "New" Aftermath Attack Converse & Xsiris! All this and MORE from CWF MADNESS IN ANY DIRECTION on iPPV!
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Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
Tag Team Battle Royal action to determine a new #1 Contender for the All Stars Goon Squad's Walter Eaton & Roy Wilkins' CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Titles kicked off MADNESS IN ANY DIRECTION with the teams of the Aftermath's Chet Sterling & RGL Champion Ben Tyler started against the lone Killbilly Aric Andrews, without a partner due to an automobile accident Friday. After 90 seconds, Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea & Kamakazi Kid entered the battle, followed in another minute and a half by the team of All Stars Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega & Michael "the Fury" McAllister. The final team hit the ring when the Mid Atlantic Outlaws Louis Moore & Matt Houston were introduced and the match broke down into four or five knots of competitors battling all over the ring and arena. The Kazi-Sho Smoove team was the first eliminated, followed by the Aftermath's team, leaving the All Stars to battle the Outlaws. The veteran team took control of the bout and guaranteed themselves a shot at the Goon Squad at CWF High Tension on April 20th.
Singles action pitting two men who have become familiar with each other in tag team battles, Mark James and half of the Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions Walter Eaton, followed and quickly concluded as James took Eaton down for the three count in under three minutes via pinfall!
ArenaChicks tag team action was up next as the team of Su Yung and rookie Amanda Rodriguez hit the ring to do battle against the red-hot All American Girls Amber O'Neal & Santana Garrett. The match was firmly in the hands of Yung & Rodriguez after they separated Garrett from her partner O'Neal and proceeded to take a beating. After several minutes of effort, Garrett rewarded herself by tagging in the CEO of ArenaChicks and turning the tables on their opponents, winning by convincing pinfall.
Rookie Aaron Biggs made his debut against Mecha Mercenary w/Cecil Scott, took the mic and introduced his trainer, Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride. McBride patrolled the ringside area, making sure Scott didn't become involved as his latest protege took the fight to the masked mechanical monster in a true battle of super heavyweights. Brutality, hostility and downright disdain surfaced in both competitors as they fought to try to put down the other, with each man taking a turn trying to slam the other. Mecha Mercenary wouldn't back down in the closing moments of the bout, finally bringing the rookie to the canvas for a pinfall win in Biggs' first professional match.
Returning from a broken jaw, CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Trevor Lee hit the ring with Chet Sterling to defend his title against "the Obsession" Caleb Konley. Konley started strong, wrestled consistently but found himself facing a literal buzzsaw in young Lee. Several near falls almost gave Konley the title, but Lee kicked out of every attempt he faced. Konley connected with the jaw of Lee, who screamed in pain and collapsed to the canvas, forcing the referee to order the surging Konley to the corner to check on Lee. Lee turned the tables by nailing Konley in the back as he complained to the fans at ringside about having his momentum interrupted by the referee and rolling him up for a pin to retain the TV Title.
Gang Fight action hit the ring as the Black Watch's Solomon Spades, Chase Dakota, Joe Black & Jester Jokes hit the ring to face the returning Fatback Enterprises' Nick Richards, Donnie Dollar$, Matthew de Nero and Brad Stutts. Or so it appeared. Two rather large masked men entered the arena at the opening bell and battled on the floor on behalf of the Black Watch. As part of the fight went to the floor on three sides of the ring and the Black Watch appeared to be on the verge of finishing off Fatback Enterprises, Commissioner Corey Edsel's music sounded and he walked the ramp and climbed into the ring. Cleaning house, it looked as if Fatback had the situation in hand until "Young Gun" Nick Richards, returning to the fight after cowering at ringside for several minutes, armed himself with a steel chair and attacked tag partner Donnie Dollar$. Brad Stutts tried to intervene, but Richards floored him with the same chair before going back for a couple of more shots at Dollar$ before exiting through the front door as the match was still ongoing. The Black Watch's bizarre team stood tall with a pinfall win, leaving the crowd in a stunned silence.
The Final match of the 1st Annual Corey Edsel Toughman Tournament was up next, pitting former Heavyweight Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack against former RGL Champ Matt Smith. A slobber-knocker ensued with Smith going toe-to-toe with the angry assassin and refusing to back up for any reason. Smith threw his body recklessly into his opponent's from every angle possible, taking its toll on the much larger Kandrack, who is known for his brawling style of violence inside of the squared circle. Referee Redd Jones found himself sandwiched between the corner turnbuckles and Smith and seconds later CWF Commissioner Edsel hit the ring to call the match. Smith maintained his distance, struck with force and captured the pinfall over the All Star to win the Toughman Tournament in a real David v. Goliath story.
The splintering of the Aftermath continued as "the 1st" Ric Converse was out next to face his long-time partner Xsiris one-on-one in singles action. With no seconds, the two went to war at the bell, repaying favors from their years on the road together as they seriously tried to drop the other like a bad habit. Converse ended up with a stinger in his left shoulder, diminishing his effectiveness in trying to lock X into the Ric-Tor Scale, but stayed in the match and still pulled off a pinfall win with a back slide. The Aftermath's Lee, Tyler & Sterling hit the ring after Xsiris exited the arena, attacking Converse inside of the ring. With the Aftermath's creator sprawled on the canvas, Xsiris returned to the ring and was attacked by the Aftermath trio, taken out with William L. Cross' collapsible baton and left lying in the ring with Converse.
PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Chiva Kid was out next to challenge CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal for his title. One of the most absolutely stunning displays of professional wrestling erupted and continued for well over twenty minutes, with both tag partners exchanging chops, drops and backhands all over the arena, including several flights by Air Chiva into the front rows. The two top fan favorites in the Mid Atlantic area were met with a roar by the packed house as the building heated up hotter than Mexico as the two left it all in the ring against each other. The Aftermath's Lee, Tyler & Sterling entered the arena with steel chairs, but at the threat of suspension by Commissioner Edsel, sat in the corner and watched the two friends battle. When Royal finally finished off his friend via pinfall to retain his title, the Aftermath attacked with steel chairs and Trevor Lee went to work at unmasking Chiva Kid, pulling off his goat mask and holding the wrestler's face up for all to see. The locker room emptied and the "youth movement" of the Aftermath exited with the damage already done as they helped Chiva Kid from the arena.
CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday April 20th at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF HIGH TENSION! The Goon Squad's Wilkins & Eaton defend the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Titles against new #1 contenders Matt Houston & Louis Moore! Reserve your seats NOW at www.cwf247.com!
(Above) Kamakazi Kid is brought back into the ring from the top ropes by the All Stars' Michael "the Fury" McAllister & Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega in five-team Tag Team Battle Royal action at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
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