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CWF Mid Atlantic presents:
CWF BATTLECADE XII
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
1813 Frank Holt Dr.
1. Cedric Alexander & Caprice "Ice" Coleman defeated Chase Dakota w/Cecil Scott & "One Man Boy Band" Roo-D Lewis by pinfall in tag-team action (10:00)
2. PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion "Midnight Sun" Caleb Konley & ArenaChicks CEO Amber O'Neal defeated Trevor Lee & Becky Bayless by pinfall in mixed tag-team action (7:04)
3. Joe Black defeated "Arrogant" Aric Andrews by submission to win the CWF Rising Generation League Championship (10:30)
4. Adam Page & "Young Gun" Nick Richards w/Brad Stutts defeated "Hard Times" Ty Dillinger & Michael "the Fury" McAllister w/Coach Gemini in Texas Tornado Rules action (10:40)
5. "The Queen of Wrestling" Sara Del Rey defeated Mia Yim by pinfall to advance to the ArenaChicks Final Four Title Tournament (11:05)
6. Mecha Mercenary defeated Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride in Last Man Standing action (20:45)
7. "Mr. Battlecade" Ric Converse defeated Jason Miller by pinfall in singles Grudge match action (12:10)
8. CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions All Stars Walter Eaton & Roy Wilkins w/Coach Gemini & Court Montgomery defeated A Black Guy & A Little Goat's Arik Royal & Chiva Kid by pinfall to retain the titles (20:14)
9. Donnie Dollar$ w/Brad Stutts defeated CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack w/Coach Gemini by pinfall to win the title in No DQ TV Title action (8:53)
10. CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Xsiris w/William L. Cross suspended above the ring in a shark cage defeated the "Box Office Draw" Mikael Yamaha by pinfall to retain the title (30:09)
Officials: Redd Jones, Katie Kincaid, Chris Troxler & Robbie Walsh
All bouts sanctioned by Pro Wrestling International. Visit us online at www.pwipro.com!
+++Chase Dakota and the injured "Surly" Cecil Scott were angry at the introduction of their commissioner-appointed tag partner "One Man Boy Band" Roo-D Lewis in their BATTLECADE XII match against Cedric Alexander & Caprice "Ice" Coleman. With Scott sidelined with a broken ankle, Dakota had no choice but accept his partner who is almost a total polar opposite inside of the squared circle of his own style and the two worked well together against the high-flyers until Lewis finally got tired of being talked down to by Dakota, turning on his own partner and attacking as their opponents watched. Alexander & Coleman won with a convincing pinfall win after adding their own insult to injury to Dakota but their celebration was interrupted by the bizarre Soloman Spades, who circled the ring and left an ace of spades in the hands of the victors.
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+++Trevor Lee & Becky Bayless were out next to face off against PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion "Midnight Sun" Caleb Konley & ArenaChicks CEO Amber O'Neal in a special mixed tag-team match. The guys went hard and fast, the ladies went for keeps and on a couple of occasions, when the two genders ended up in the ring together, the crowd loudly gasped at the impact of crumpled bodies on the canvas. Not a single competitor in the bout gave any quarter, taking every opportunity to do damage to their opponent in a fast-paced hard-hitting fight. Konley & O'Neal won the affair by pinfall to a roar from the fans at the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
+++"Arrogant" Aric Andrews was out next to square off against Joe Black for the 2011 Rising Generation League Title, both making it to the final after a couple of months of tournament action. Black attacked like he wanted blood, pelting the face and head of Andrews, sending him to the concrete to gather his composure. Andrews made his way back into the ring after the opening flurry with a visibly swollen and red left ear, and continued to favor it any time he was able to catch a breath from Black's always-moving-forward plan of attack. Black roared at Andrews to hit him and Andrews complied but it only seemed to fire up the perpetually moving Black even more than he was when he hit the ring. The bout went to the canvas and Black was able to win the title via a forced submission, and savored his moment as the new RGL Champion.
+++Texas Tornado action was up next pitting the All Stars' "Hard Times" Ty Dillinger & Michael "the Fury" McAllister against Adam Page & "Young Gun" Nick Richards. Coach Gemini entered with his All Stars and to even things up, Brad Stutts entered with Page and his young charge Richards. The fight started well before the official could even call for the bell with all four men brawling in and around the ring. As the four continued to battle, Coach Gemini produced a set of handcuffs, which Dillinger was able to snap on both wrists of Page, effectively taking away much of his balance and the means to defend himself effectively. It backfired. Page got angry or the wrestling gods smiled upon him as he fired up to help his partner win the bout by pinfall in the middle of the squared circle.
+++ArenaChicks action was up next pitting Mia Yim against the "Queen of Wrestling" Sara Del Rey with the winner advancing to the upcoming ArenaChicks Final Four Title Tournament. A very entertaining battle ensued with both women trying to use their hard-hitting kicks to take each other out. Yim stayed in the fight until the very end as Del Rey took her to the canvas for the pinfall win. [This bout in its entirety will appear on the upcoming ArenaChicks 3 DVD]
+++Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride was out next to battle the masked Mecha Mercenary in Last Man Standing action. The two have tangled a couple of occasions, and both went head-on to the task of trying to take out their opponent from bell-to-bell. There were probably in the neighborhood of two dozen near 10-counts as both men refused to quit despite some of the nastiest collisions of the night. With an unexpected assist by the crutch of injured Cecil Scott, Mecha Mercenary was able to leave with the BATTLECADE win, leaving McBride injured in the ring requiring help to get to the locker room area.
+++"The 1st" Ric Converse was out next with William L. Cross to accept the challenge of Jason Miller, who eliminated him at the CWF Rumble. After ordering Miss Chasity out to the ring to read his personally-written ring introduction, he insulted her by ordering her out of the ring. When the bell rang, the two wrestlers went toe-to-toe and took measure of each other's fortitude, blistering each other with chops, forearms and well-placed boots. The numbers game helped the former AWA Heavyweight & Tag Team Champion cement a pinfall win over the fired-up Miller, who left the arena demanding he be called "Mr. Battlecade".
+++All Stars Walter Eaton & Roy Wilkins hit the ring to defend their CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Titles along with Coach Gemini, "Prince of Heat" Court Montgomery & Coach's Cheerleaders against the red-hot team of A Black Guy & A Little Goat's Arik Royal & Chiva Kid. All four competitors displayed uncanny drive and determination despite the occasional interference of the Coach and his protege and battled like modern-day gladiators for nearly twenty minutes before the numbers game once again became the fulcrum on which the match was balanced. The All Stars won the bout by pinfall, exiting after a celebratory photo-op on the entrance ramp.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion "Assassin" Ray Kandrack, the MVP of the All Stars, was out next to defend his title against Fatback Enterprises' Donnie Dollar$ w/Brad Stutts. The special No DQ-No Time Limit rules kicked in for real as Coach Gemini stepped through the ropes and LEGALLY dropped Dollar$ with a big piledriver, which is normally not allowed whatsoever in CWF Mid Atlantic. Full of confidence, the Coach and MVP looked on in shock as Dollar$ kept kicking out of pinfall attempt after pinfall attempt. Stutts found himself in the ring as All Stars started to run in to help their partner, all somewhat legal according to the rules, after Dillinger and McAllister hit the ring area and attacked. Lending a hand on the challenger's behalf rushed in "Young Gun" Nick Richards & Matty de Nero, evening the odds and sending the All Stars off in retreat as Dollar$ pinned Kandrack to win his first CWF singles title.
+++Manager William L. Cross was forced into a shark cage and raised 18 feet over the ring as the main event got underway. CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Xsiris complained and threatened to walk out over the treatment of his manager until Commissioner Corey Edsel hit the entrance ramp and grabbed the Mid Atlantic Title strap. Challenger "Box Office Draw" Mikael Yamaha answered the bell at the top of his game as X complained through the first few moments of the battle, pitting former Mid Atlantic Tag Champions against each other for the biggest prize of the night. An instant classic ensued with the champion throwing his weight around, flooring referee Redd Jones and referee Chris Troxler before referee Robbie Walsh hit the ring and grabbed the brass knuckles tossed from the shark cage by Cross which were intercepted by Yamaha. Xsiris used that second to attack Yamaha and then referee Walsh, dropping him like a bad habit. The fight continued between the champ and challenger until the numbers finally took their toll on Yamaha, and even worse, a low blow delivered by the champion allowed him to finally get the three-count to retain his title.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action at Burlington NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium on Saturday January 7th for CWF New Years Knockout! Reserve your seats NOW at www.cwf247.com!
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