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Entire Roster of CWF Mid-Atlantic Steps Up at CWF STAND & DELIVER! Dawson Brothers Return! Corruption Expands! Khan O'Kelly Nearly Molested In Ring!
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Commentary team CL Party and Khan O'Kelly were introduced and CWF STAND & DELIVER was underway! Tag team action kicked off the competition as Corruption's Ethan Sharpe and Dirty Daddy squared off against the team of "El Fuego" Jesse Ortega and Mike Mars. The veteran wiles of Ortega combined with the juggernaut Mike Mars upset the established tag team with a pinfall win.
Fan-favorite Chris "TNT" Taylor was out next to take on the unpredictable Aric Andrews in singles action. Taylor took control early by going to the canvas but the poster child for a bad attitude kicked his game up a gear and took control, winning by pinfall with a snarl for the fans.
Bellamy Koga hit the entrance ramp for non-title singles action against powerhouse PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx with a look of determination in his eyes. Foxx entered and went to work against the developing veteran competitor who has made noticable gains in the past year. When Foxx turned the tables in has favor, Corruption make their presence felt with a little distraction on one side of the ring that allowed an attack on the other. Foxx was defeated by pinfall in a three-on-one situation and Ethan Sharpe added insult to injury by choosing that time to announce Bellamy Koga is officially the newest member of Corruption.
With the possibility of your team being eliminated from the 3rd Annual Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament or a guaranteed high seed for the winner, Redemption's Nick Richards and Michael McAllister squared off against CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay and "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. A fast yet friendly bout broke out with the fans being the true winners. The Sheriff bounced off of the concrete like a super ball at one point after being tossed out of the ring and hit the ring without losing a stride as both teams showed a bit of their training to everyone watching. Redemption wins the bout by pinfall, embraces their opponents and exit together.
The "Pride of Pacifice Palasades" Number Braaah was introduced next for singles action against former CWF Champion Kamakazi Kid in a battle of the masked men. Blows were exchanged and both competitors questioned each other's parentage in an entertaining chopfest that left the rookie Number Braaah's chest blistered from vicious Kazi chops. Number Braaah didn't back down, had a few moments where he hit Kazi with a big air move and followed with a near pinfall with Kamakazi somewhat stunned. Kazi held court and refused to bend to the most recent addition to the Numbers Family, winning by pinfall over the impressive young Dojo grad.
Coach Gemini introduced "Ace" Arik Royal, who in turn introduced himself all over again before the introduction of his singles opponent rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson with a shot at the CWF Worldwide Television Title on the line. Jackson quickly showed Royal that he was there for the TV Title shot and wasn't intimidated by the multiple-time Weaver Cup and CWF champion's history or stature. Royal continues to prove he can will himself into an irresistable force, taking the red-hot rookie to task and winning by pinfall for the shot at CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs.
CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Champions Donald J. BitDon and Otto Schwanz entered with Khan O'Kelly taking the house mic and demanding to see PWI President Cross who ordered the champions to defend against a mystery team. CL Party entered with Cross' proxy, the official announcement that the challengers were former CWF Tag Champions the Dawson Brothers, Dave and Zane Dawson. They entered from the fire exit as Team BitDon awaited an entrance from the stage and chaos ensued. A hard-fought and often confusing battle raged with O'Kelly interfering whenever possible from the floor and even the ring apron. The Dawsons turned their rage at one point to the BitDon Marketing Director and that was the opening the champions needed to redouble their efforts and retain the titles by pinfall.
PWI International Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins entered for the main event with Coach Gemini and Arik Royal, and Royal "retired" to the commentary position. Challenger Cain Justice entered and the two went at it before the bell sounded. Justice took the champion to the canvas quickly and began to work over areas around the Wilkins' wrist and hand before starting into the almost ritual-like manipulation of the joints of the lower arm. Thirty minutes into the match and it takes an attack from Royal to key an All Star advantage, with the referee's attention diverted just right for an attack that leaves Justice on his back ripe for the pinfall win. Wilkins takes the pin and the All Stars then continue the attack the already beaten up Justice on the canvas as the Corruption team rushes in to join the Cain-bashing bash. The locker room cleared and after several minutes of brawling the All Stars and Corruption were beat back as the rest of the roster stood together as a unit in the ring.
CWF Mid-Atlantic's Young Lions return to center stage on Saturday March 23rd at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF-RGL TRUE GRIT! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Challenger Cain Justice slithers out of the grasp of PWI International Heavyweight Champion All Star Roy Wilkins in main event title action at CWF STAND & DELIVER at Gibsonville NC's Hargraves Community Center.
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Foxx Retains PWI Central Carolinas Championship; "Cowboy" Kool Jay Retains RGL Championship & Biggs/Mars Upset Tag Champions In Non-Title Action At CWF ILL STREET BLUES!
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Hargraves Community Center
Chapel Hill, NC
CWF Mid-Atlantic hit the Hargraves Community Center in Chapel Hill with a big card for CWF ILL STREET BLUES, which kicked off with "Cowboy" Kool Jay defending the CWF Rising Generation League Championship against newcomer TGA Moss. Moss is a no-nonsense wrestler with an intensity all about winning, regardless of how the work is done. TGL Moss put a whipping on the CWF Sheriff early on, moving forward in control. Kool Jay hit his stride and turned the tables, retaining his title in under ten minutes over the impressive newcomer.
The masked rookie Number Braaah hit the ring next to square off against Steam Punk Myzerly in a singles tilt. A clash of cultures resulted with the carefree masked "Pride of Pacific Palasades" battling the workman-like pace of Myzerly. Number Braaah stayed on the board for the whole ride, only tipping off for a three count with the Steam Punk getting the duke.
Tag team action hit the ring next with Corruption's Ethan Sharpe and Bellamy Koga, complete with Dirty Daddy, taking on "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. and Adrian "Action" Jackson. The high-energy young team of Ireland and Jackson took it to the Corruption crowd, drawing Dirty Daddy into the fray whenever the referee's back was turned. The young team displayed some great teamwork but the veteran Corruption team used a numbers advantage and sealed the deal with a pinfall win.
Victor Andrews entered next and stared down the entire town of Chapel Hill while awaiting the entrance of his singles opponent, Cain Justice. In a display of pure confidence, Justice rolled out of the ring and sat with a young fan for a few moments before re-joining the match. Andrews was not impressed and tried to initiate a major breakdown for Justice with surgical strikes and some pointed offense, but Justice retained the lessons taught at the CWF Dojo and used his knowledge to resume control of the match and defeat the impressive Andrews by pinfall.
Coach Gemini led out All Star "Ace" Arik Royal and Aric Andrews for tag team action against former champions Redemption's Michael McAllister and Nick Richards. After the initial lockup, the All Star Coach demanded the match continue under All Star Rules, allowing HIM to be tagged in as a regular competitor for his team. Redemption agreed and went to work on the short end of a handicap situation. The masters of the numbers advantage went to work taking apart Redemption with the Coach tagging in and contributing for his team. In the long run, however, the Coach became a liability for his team allowing Redemption to regain control of the match and take home a big pinfall win looking at the future of the CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles.
CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Donald J. BitDon and Otto Schwanz along with Marketing Director Khan O'Kelly entered to take on CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs and Mike Mars in non-title tag team action. A literal "hoss fight" erupted as four of the biggest men in CWF went to war. The fight spilled onto the floor and the ringposts became weapons, as well as the actual ring itself. When the smoke cleared, the Donald was still complaining and wincing in pain after Biggs and Mars positioned themselves for a title shot with a pinfall win over the champions.
Corruption's Dirty Daddy was introduced for the main event and was joined by both partner Ethan A. Sharpe and Bellamy Koga at ringside for his challenge for Snooty Foxx's PWI Central Carolinas Championship. Special Guest Enforcer Referee, rapper Swift, was introduced and patrolled the floor at ringside as CWF Senior Official Charles Richardson ran things in-ring for the night's main event. Snooty Foxx entered to a HUGE roar from his home-town fans and was ready to go the moment he entered and eager to begin combat. Foxx took control of the match and began having his way with Dirty Daddy before Ethan Sharpe attacked referee Charles Richardson, who was attempting to get the match back into the ring.
Enforcer referee Swift stepped up and was confronted, of all people, by Ethan A. Sharpe. Swift never flinched, taking Sharpe out of the equation as Foxx removed Koga from the ring and planted Dirty Daddy face-first into the canvas and rolled him up for the pin. When the bell rang the ring filled with children ready to celebrate their hometown hero's victory and Foxx immediately began to focus on his next challenge.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action Saturday March 16th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF STAND AND DELIVER! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) PWI Central Carolinas Champion Snooty Foxx catches his breath after defeating Dirty Daddy in main event title action at CWF ILL STREET BLUES at Chapel Hill NC's Hargraves Community Center.
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CWF Mid-Atlantic Begins New Era With A HUGE Announcement About The CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title!
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Commentating team C.L. Party and Chris Riddle were introduced to kick off CWF SHOUT TO THE TOP with Miss Party then introducing PWI President William L. Cross, who had advertised an announcement about the future of the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title. Cross told the world about the Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament in early May, along with the two-day Don Kernodle 69th Birthday Bash! Information for the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament was then shared, along with the blockbuster announcement that the winner of the 2019 Weaver Cup Tournament will ALSO WIN the vacant CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship!
The masked Corporate Number Dad entered first with Number Braaah to take on CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay in non-title singles action. Despite his lack of a working steam iron, Corporate Number Dad did eventually get ready to wrestle, several minutes into the match. The CWF Sheriff continued his streak of fire, pinning the veteran Corporate Number Dad for the opening match win.
Big Bellamy Koga entered next to take on Redemption's Michael McAllister in a singles bout. Koga started strong, mixing up his offense again and pummelling his opponent in the process. Bellamy Koga delivered furious flurries of feet and fists and set the veteran McAllister back on his heels a couple of times, but veteran wiles rolled out of the ring to clear his head before resuming battle with the bigger Koga. McAllister kept going forward after he finally reversed direction of the match, beating the hot prospect by pinfall.
The Pride of Pacific Palasades Number Braaah made his way back to the ring to face Cain Justice one-on-one in front of Twitch and the world. The new-look laid-back and much more in control Justice took his time, even offered his opponent the up spot on the referee's position only to find Number Braaah riding his back like a surfboard. Justice didn't lose his composure, he actually repaid the favor and continued to punish his opponent like he was owed a huge sum of money. After being stretched, twisted and forced into several unnatural positions, Number Braaah tapped out to give Cain Justice the win.
Corruption's Dirty Daddy entered next to take on Redemption's Nick Richards in singles action, and Ethan A. Sharpe came along for "moral support". Richards started strong and had Dirty Daddy doubting his own personal hygiene at one point, but with a little help regained control of the bout and began to torment his familiar foe. With the time limit expiring, Sharpe stepped up to give Dirty Daddy the opportunity of a lifetime, which he accepted and used to win the bout by pinfall. Richards discovered his mouth busted afterwards and made a point to mention Sharpe would see him again.
CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Donald J. BitDon and Otto Schwanz hit the ring with Khan O'Kelly to take on "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. and rookie Adrian "Action" Jackson in non-title tag team action. The young fan favorites began strong with "TKO" going to the top ropes early and Jackson showing off his strength to two of the biggest guys in the area. Schwanz went into a wonderful display of joint manipulation, set to his own brand of song, all while inflicting punishment to his opponents. The will was there, the fire was there, but this was not the time for the Mid-Atlantic Tag Champions to take a loss to two "young lions" and they manhandled their way to a pinfall win.
PWI President William L. Cross entered with the mic and announced that the seeding into the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament would be determined in most cases by actual qualifying matches, but then went on to announce that the 2018 Weaver Cup Champion "Southern Savior" John Sklyer was entered into the tournament. He then introduced "the 1st" Ric Converse and suggested that winning the Weaver Cup would be a fitting way to begin yet another CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship reign when Smith Garrett decided to drop in and question authority once again. After a back and forth between Garrett and Converse, Cross announced that the FANS would actually choose an entrant to the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament this year, for the first time ever.
With Coach Gemini doing commentary at ringside, All Star "Ace" Arik Royal entered and introduced himself before his singles opponent Mike Mars made his way to the ring. A regulation Hoss Fight erupted and both men beat the tar out of each other from bell to bell. Royal had his moments to shine but Mars kept returning to his feet with fire in his eyes. Mars got a second wind and ran Royal around the ring for a while and appeared to be in firm control of the bout after the twenty-five minute mark, but the surprising "Ace" Arik Royal flipped the scenario and turned the match around for a pinfall win over big Mike Mars.
Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe entered with Dirty Daddy to challenge CWF Worldwide Television Champion "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs in the scheduled main event. Sharpe held up the challenge by taking a beating for the first five minutes before employing a hit and run strategy to give himself a chance to breathe. Sharpe looked to be setting up a title change but when the time came to make it happen, Nick Richards ran in from the back and dropped Dirty Daddy like a bad habit seconds before Biggs planted Sharpe into the canvas for the pin.
Sharpe wouldn't exit following the main event, bellowing and complaining loudly to the officials as Dirty Daddy staggered toward the curtain. Richards shouted that he told Sharpe he'd see him again, did he want to fight? The referee agreed to a tag team match and fourteen seconds after ringing the opening bell, the referee called for the final bell with Biggs winning for his team by pinfall. If you blinked...
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action Saturday March 9th at 7:30pm at Chapel Hill NC's Hargraves Recreation Center for CWF ILL STREET BLUES! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) Cain Justice does a little surfing on the back of rookie masked Number Braaah in singles action at CWF SHOUT TO THE TOP at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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"Cowboy" Kool Jay Celebrates His Birthday With A Big RGL Championship Win at CWF-RGL BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN!
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The first-ever RGL Roulette Battle Royal kicked off CWF-RGL BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN, with eight competitors battling for a shot at the main event, with the final two men standing advancing. Corruption's Ethan Alexander Sharpe and Dirty Daddy entered, followed by Bellamy Koga and masked newcomer Number Braaah, and then CWF-RGL Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay, Snooty Foxx, Kamakazi Kid and newcomer A.J. Gunnz. Big A.J. Gunnz was eliminated first, followed by Dirty Daddy, who remained at ringside to offer his partner a hand in eliminating Snooty Foxx from the match. Cain Justice, who was at commentary, rushed to the ring and promptly pulled Ethan Sharpe to the concrete, eliminating him from the match as well. After the Number Braaah exited over the top ropes, the other masked man, Kamakazi Kid, found himself eliminated with the referee calling for the bell with only "Cowboy" Kool Jay and Bellamy Koga standing to wrestle again in the main event.
Dirty Daddy hit the ring for the first match decided by the results of the RGL Roulette, to face newcomer A.J. Gunnz in singles action. The powerfully built Gunnz accepted the pose-down challenge of the cocky Daddy, and even the push-up challenge, showing the veteran out with hand claps between repititions! Dirty Daddy took exception and took the rookie to the canvas for a lesson and found himself tied up with a well-trained young grappler. Of course, it didn't help the youngster out with his opponent having his tag partner at ringside looking for any and every opportunity to make a difference, which Ethan Sharpe is well known for taking advantage of. Dirty Daddy advanced the Corruption name once again with a pinfall win over the impressive young A.J. Gunnz.
Ethan Alexander Sharpe never left the ring area as he was up next to take on Snooty Foxx, in a card determined by eliminations in the opening RGL Roulette Battle Royal. Foxx hit the ring a little angry and took his frustrations out on Sharpe every chance he got his hands on him. The numbers game once again worked in the favor of Corruption, with Sharpe stealing another pinfall win with a little help from his friends.
Former CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Kamakazi Kid entered to take on the newcomer from Cali, Number Braaah in singles action determined by the RGL Roulette Battle Royal. Kazi took a quick advantage over the rookie grappler and soon discovered that Number Braaah has this habit of getting back to his feet after being knocked off of them repeatedly. The resilient youngster absorbed nearly every shot delivered by Kamakazi Kid and kept getting back up for more again and again. Kazi continued to deliver at every opportunity and finally took down the kid after nearly twenty-five minutes of combat via pinfall.
"TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. was out next for an interview segment and questioned about his current status, his return to regular competition and the future and he took the mic to introduce his hero, his mother, who beat and survived breast cancer. After presenting his mother with a gift to celebrate her continued victory, Corruption decided to come to the ring to interrupt. Ireland, who is not cleared to wrestle, found himself backed up by Corruption, who soon found Snooty Foxx and big A.J. Gunnz evening up the odds. A referee entered and a tag match challenge was accepted and ordered to begin.
Corruption accepted their fate and decided who would enter the ring to take on a fired up Snooty Foxx and powerhouse A.J. Gunnz in tag team action. Foxx worked off his frustration and tagged in Gunnz, who displayed his power and abilities against an established team who suddenly didn't have a numbers advantage with someone nearby to lend a hand when needed. Gunnz dropped from the top ropes as Foxx stretched out Sharpe and it was downhill for Corruption from there. Snooty Foxx and A.J. Gunnz took the pinfall win over a quite angry Corruption team.
The final two men standing in the RGL Roulette Battle Royal entered the ring for the main event as Bellamy Koga hit the ring followed by CWF Rising Generation League Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay and the stipulation to add the title to the bout was quickly agreed upon. When the bell sounded a surprisingly violent affair kicked off with big Bellamy Koga showing several sides to his offensive arsenal in trying to beat down the Sheriff to take the strap from him. Koga delivered several shots and a half dozen kicks that could have crippled a normal individual and Kool Jay kept making it back to his feet to continue, eventually adding his own flurries of offense rather than taking all of the punishment. Koga tossed the Cowboy to the concrete, followed him to the floor and suddenly found himself being chopped by almost every child and fan in the Sportatorium. Despite a most impressive effort, Bellamy Koga was unable to win the RGL Championship due to a Kool Jay pinfall win that adds even more value to the big man's stock in CWF Mid-Atlantic.
CWF Mid-Atlantic returns to live action Saturday March 2nd at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for CWF SHOUT TO THE TOP! Tickets now at cwftickets.com!
(Above) "Cowboy" Kool Jay awaits his challenger Bellamy Koga's return to the ring at CWF-RGL BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN! at Gibsonville NC's Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.
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Stardate: 03.05.19 7:44 pm
A new era kicked off this past Saturday at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium as it was the first CWF event in many years without one Trevor Lee involved somehow. Unless you've been under a rock you know that Trevor left for the "big leagues" with the WWF and CWF Mid-Atlantic's Heavyweight Title was left vacant after he surrendered it back to the promotion after defeating Cain Justice in his last CWF title defense.
New faces and rising stars have discovered they are in a most unique situation, with the announcement that the vacant CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title will be awarded to the winner of the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Toruament, it sets the summer to "Electric", as every competitor will be first trying to qualify to enter the Weaver Cup Tournament and every win and loss will be magnified until the Tournament and Title are decided in August. Madness may ensue, fans, the possibilities are ENDLESS here!
Younger competitors are already stepping up to the plate for a shot at the biggest Double Crown Championship in recent history. "TKO" Teddy Ireland Jr. has became a vocal backer behind the scenes and a veritable cheerleader for the entire locker room. Snooty Foxx, all I can say is go check out a Chapel Hill CWF event, he's got his town covered like a blanket of snow. Mike Mars is serving notice with or without tag partner "Rampaging Beast" Aaron Biggs, who has rolled over most competition of late. Anybody notice big Bellamy Koga? Better not overlook him in ANY role in the ring.
Who saw the BitDon Corp. taking the Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Titles? Otto Schwanz is not stranger to the gold and Donald J. BitDon isn't exactly a stranger to it either, no surprise here. They can hold them as long as they choose, at least leading up to the Kernodle Brothers Tag Team Tournament in May. Dirty Daddy and Ethan A. Sharpe have become a functioning dangerous unit capable of defeating anyone on any given night. RGL Champion "Cowboy" Kool Jay has taken a leadership role and is still one of the fans' favorites at the Sportatorium. Redemption's Michael McAllister and Nick Richards are still going toe-to-toe with anyone who will step through the ropes with them, in both tag and singles action. Cain Justice? He may be the "chosen one" with the large steps he's taken in the last few months inside of the squared circle.
Kamakazi Kid, a former champion, has emerged again as a locker room staple as well as All Stars Arik "Ace" Royal and Roy Wilkins. "The 1st" Ric Converse has had some tense moments with former best friend Smith Garrett in the past few months and things get edgy when both of them are in close proximity to each other. Aric Andrews is always around and capable of throwing a monkey wrench in anyone's day. "Pitbull" Steven Idol has made a name for himself and can be a player in any situation, a guy to keep an eye on indeed. Chris "TNT" Taylor is in play in CWF Mid-Atlantic as are returning veterans Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega and "High Definition" Steve Green.
Recent CWF Dojo graduates joining the roster are the latest masked Number Family member, the Pride of Pacific Palasades, the Number Braaah, who seems pretty resilient and game for anything after the bell sounds. He says he's the son of the Corporate Number Dad, who also makes somewhat regular appearances in CWF. The powerhouse that has turned a few heads already is young Adrian "Action" Jackson (who we identified as A.J. Gunnz in the RGL Report). Jackson has an incredible physique and unlimited potential and as with everyone mentioned in this Soapbox (MY opinions, mind you) are capable of qualifying and getting into the 2019 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament and win the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship along with the Weaver Cup Trophy.
It's going to be INTERESTING in the coming months, ya'll. Join us, why don't ya? We'll supply the #Neckbone if ya'll will bring the #NoiZ!
See you at ringside kids!
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