Link: Still Makin' dem Donuts!
CWF Hill Street Blues
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
1813 Frank Holt Dr.
1. Chase Dakota defeated Arik Royal by pinfall in singles action (4:24)
2. All Stars "Tiger" Roy Wilkins & Walter Eaton w/Coach Gemini defeated Mark James & CWF RGL Champion Jason Miller by pinfall in tag team action (13:11)
3. Kamakazi Kid pinned Trevor Lee to win the Four Way Three Fall for a shot at Xsiris' PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship in May (16:34) [Order of falls: 1. Trevor Lee pinned Joe Black (9:58); 2. Trevor Lee pinned "Young Gun" Nick Richards (14:03) & 3. Kamakazi Kid pinned Trevor Lee (16:34)]
4. Donnie Dollar$ w/"Box Office Draw" Mikael Yamaha defeated "Arrogant" Aric Andrews by pinfall in a return match from Projekt X (7:39)
5. CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack defeated Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride by pinfall to retain the title (8:53)
6. CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions VA Bombers Adam Page & Jason Blade defeated All Stars "Hard Times" Ty Dillinger & Micheal "the Fury" McAllister w/Coach Gemini by pinfall to retain the titles (11:51)
7. CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Lee Valiant v. Mecha Mercenary was thrown out by the referee due to excessive outside interference, Valiant retains the title by rule (7:48)
8. "High Definition" Steve Greene & Brad Attitude defeated the Aftermath's "the 1st" Ric Converse & PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Xsiris by pinfall in retirement tag team action (22:41)
Officials: Charles Richardson, Redd Jones, Chris Troxler & Court Montgomery
All bouts sanctioned by Pro Wrestling International. Visit us at www.pwipro.com!
+++Chase Dakota found himself across the ring from big angry Arik Royal after throwing down a challenge for "anyone in the back" to wrestle him. Royal put the heavy hand to Dakota but quickly discovered the assigned official, probational official Court Montgomery, wasn't going to allow him to do much of anything against Dakota without threat of DQ or countout. Dakota turned the tides to an extent, putting Royal on his back for possibly the quickest referee three count in recent history for a pinfall win.
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+++All Stars Coach Gemini led out the team of "Tiger" Roy Wilkins & Walter Eaton for tag team action against the team of RGL Champion Jason Miller & Mark James. With the fans firmly behind the RGL Champ and his veteran partner, the Coach had to pull a classic diversion, getting the referee's attention on two of the competitors as he orchestrated another questionable pinfall win for his team after Mark James was dumped out of the ring over the top rope out of the official's view.
+++Four Way Elimination action for a shot at the PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship was out next as Trevor Lee, Joe Black, "Young Gun" Nick Richards & Kamakazi Kid made their way into the squared circle. In a fast-paced entertaining battle with all four men showing off their arsenals before Trevor Lee scored the first elimination by pinning Joe Black near the 10 minute mark. Lee rolled on, also scoring the second elimination by pinning Richards only to find himself left with the masked former Weaver Cup champion, who seems to be all business these days. Kazi took the brunt of Lee's attacks, shook them off and counterattacked. Kamakazi Kid earned his guaranteed shot at Xsiris' title after eliminating Lee by pinfall to a roar from the crowd.
+++Chiva Kid, hobbling to the ring on crutches, asked for a ring mic after being helped into the ring. Explaining he's injured his ankle and was taking it easy to try to avoid possible surgery, Chiva let the fans know he was not active to participate in the night's event. The All Stars saw an opportunity and took advantage of the situation, sending "Hard Times" Ty Dillinger & Michael "the Fury" McAllister out to attack the injured star. Chiva took a couple of shots at his injured ankle with his own crutches before tag partner Arik Royal cleared the ring with a steel chair.
+++"Arrogant" Aric Andrews was out next, agreeing to face Donnie Dollar$ in a rematch from the previous night's Projekt X event where Andrews padded his record with a pinfall win over the big man of Fatback Enterprises. Dollar$ didn't arrive alone, accompanied to the ring by "Box Office Draw" Mikael Yamaha, who made it clear he wasn't going to trust anybody any longer. Yamaha patrolled the floor as Dollar$ took care of business inside of the squared circle, garnering a measure of revenge with a pinfall over the brash youngster.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack was out next, proudly displaying the All Stars' only title as he put it on the line against former Triple Crown Champion Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride. Probational official Court Montgomery quickly let everyone in the building know he was solidly behind the All Star's Kandrack before Coach Gemini rushed to the ring as time was running out, tossing brass knuckles to the referee. The official clobbered McBride with the knucks himself and then quickly counted the three-count and presented Kandrack his title belt back.
+++The All Stars team of "Hard Times" Ty Dillinger & Michael "the Fury" McAllister w/Coach Gemini was out next, actually entering the ring with referee Montgomery. Before the Mid Atlantic Tag Champs could be introduced for the match, Commissioner "Handsome" Mitch Connor hit the ring and got in the face of the probational official. Stating for record he had seen everything he'd had a hand in earlier in the night and let him know he was no longer welcomed into the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium and asked to leave the premises. The Commissioner called out a replacement official and left the ring. CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champions VA Bombers Jason Blade & Adam Page hit the ring to a roar and the battle ensued. Without their hand-picked official in charge, the All Stars quickly lost their swagger and found themselves trying anything to finish off the champions, who refused to leave the building without their titles firmly around their waists. The Bombers finished off the challengers via pinfall in under twelve minutes, leaving to the roar of appreciation from the fans.
+++Commissioner Connor made his way back to the ring to make a few comments about the twin main event and soon found himself in the ring with Fatback's Donnie Dollar$ & "Young Gun" Nick Richards. Connor allowed them to say their piece, and both Dollar$ and Richards demanded a "signature" match against the All Stars and would put up their careers in order to get it. All they required was if they win the match, Coach Gemini would be forced to sign off with the Board of Commissioners to allow the return of retired manager Brad Stutts. Connor agreed after a bit of caution, saying he knew Gemini would try to make him jump through hoops to make it happen.
+++The monsterous Mecha Mercenary was out next to cash in his #1 Contendership against CWC Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Lee Valiant. Valiant hit the ring to a roar, circled it once and rolled in for the fight of his life. The mechanical monster quickly caught Valiant and drove him into the canvas, picked him up and repeated for good measure. Valiant, obviously shaken, was unable to get out of the way of the masked monster and after a few moments had the challenger standing over him hoping he'd try to get back to his feet. Then the referee became somewhat of a traffic cop as wrestlers started hitting the ring. Chase Dakota entered first, followed by Arik Royal hot on his heels, forcing the official to throw the match out, ruling it a double DQ with Valiant retaining the title by rule.
+++The main event didn't start as promptly as most as the Aftermath's "the 1st" Ric Converse & Ultra-J Champ Xsiris made their way to the ring with a house mic. Their opponents, "High Definition" Steve Greene & Brad Attitude hit the ring and asked for their own mic. Several very uncomfortable moments followed as all four shared embarrassing stories about the other from their time when all four shared a home on Hill Street in Greensboro NC. When the mics were finally put away, a gem of a bout broke out. The Aftermath team tried their best to make it a bad exit for retiring former roommate Greene, who had shocked them by bringing in another former roommate Brad Attitude for his final bout. The battle spilled onto the floor and Converse spotted Attitude's girlfriend and got in her face. Standing, she paintbrushed the former six-time Mid Atlantic Champion and then found herself with Xsiris gripping her around her throat! Attitude's dad, who was sitting beside his girlfriend, punched Xsiris square in the side of the head, sending him to the concrete to turn the tide of the battle. It took over twenty minutes for a decision to be made, but the celebration after the pinfall win by Greene & Attitude was cut short by Coach Gemini and TV Champion Ray Kandrack, who was not happy hearing Greene being referred to as the "greatest TV Champion ever". Greene stated that he was feeling REALLY good after tonight's win and figured he may have one more match in him, throwing down the challenge to face Kandrack for the TV Title one more time.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday May 7th at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium at 7:30pm! You can get all the CWF Mid Atlantic information you will ever need at www.cwf247.com, along with tickets and reservations!
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