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1. CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions the Killbillies "South Paw" Aric Andrews & "Honky Tonk" Evan Banks w/Bobby Jo Neill defeated Dysfunctional Disorders' Tank Lawson & Chuck King by pinfall to retain the titles (11:53)
2. "Surly" Cecil Scott eliminated "Prince Of Heat" Court Montgomery to win the Battle Royal for a shot at the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title later in the night (7:30) [Order of Elimination: 1. Evan Banks; 2. Jody Osbourne; 3. Jimmy Jannetty; 4. Matt Houston; 5. Drake Tungsten; 6. Jimi Love; 7. Aric Andrews; 8. Scotty Blaze; 9. Ooga Booga; 10. Mecha Mercenary; 11. Roo-D Lewis; & 12. Court Montgomery]
3. The Storm Brothers' "Iceman" Joe & Damian Storm defeated "One Man Boy Band" Roo-D Lewis & Sean Cruz by pinfall in tag team action (6:00)
4. CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$ defeated Scrap Yard Dog by pinfall to retain the title (7:49)
5. All Star Roy Wilkins defeated Scotty Blaze by pinfall in singles action (11:50)
6. CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Kamakazi Kid defeated "Surly" Cecil Scott by submission to retain the title (9:26)
7. The Old School Mafia's Louis Moore, Matt Houston, Drake Tungsten & "the 1st" Ric Converse defeated Jimi Love, Jimmy Jannetty, Jody Osbourne & Kamakazi Kid by pinfall in eight-man tag team action (19:31)
Officials: Redd Jones, Charles Richardson & J.R. Jackson
All bouts sanctioned by Pro Wrestling International. Visit us on the internet at www.pwipro.com!
+++CWF Tag Champions Killbillies were out first to defend against the team of Tank Lawson & Chuck King, collectively known as Dysfunctional Disorders. The four competitors pulled out all the stops in a hard-hitting affair with the Mid Atlantic Tag champs taking the titles back home with them via pinfall.
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+++With a shot at Kamakazi Kid's CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title on the line for the winner, thirteen men entered the ring and brawled for the chance of a career, delivered after intermission. Bodies flew from the ring like clockwork until only "One Man Boy Band" Roo-D Lewis, "Prince of Heat" Court Montgomery & "Surly" Cecil Scott remained. Lewis, fresh off of the elimination of the monster Mecha Mercenary, to which Scott took exception to, ducked a big boot while being held by Montgomery. Scott watched as Montgomery eliminated Lewis before taking charge and dumping the Prince of Heat over the top ropes to win the title shot later in the evening.
+++The Storm Brothers, "Iceman" Joe & Damian Storm, made a return to the squared circle for tag team action against the team of "One Man Boy Band" Roo-D Lewis & Sean Cruz. The hardcore legends looked as if they'd never missed a beat with Damian displaying a very satisfied smile any time he inflicted pain to his opponent. Lewis took a beating with Cruz stuck on the ring apron, then finally made it in legally to have to withstand the veteran's endless onslaught. Also much like the mid-90's, the Storm Brothers were the ones standing in the middle of the ring with the referee raising their hands in victory after a pinfall ended the bout in six minutes flat.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Donnie Dollar$ was out next to face the challenge of the veteran Scrap Yard Dog. SYD left it all in the ring trying to add the TV belt to his collection, but Dollar$ kept his head in the game and turned the tables to continue his title reign.
+++All Star Roy Wilkins was out next for singles action against Mid Atlantic veteran Scotty Blaze. A hard-hitting brawl ensued, both inside and outside of the ring. The ropes were introduced into both competitor's offensive arsenal as the match kicked into high gear, but old-fashioned cheating won the bout as Wilkins clobbered Blaze with a steel chain without the official being any the wiser due to his own collision with Wilkins in the corner, which caused him to drop to the canvas in pain.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Kamakazi Kid was then out to defend his title against "Surly" Cecil Scott, who had won the Battle Royal earlier in the evening for the title shot. Scott found a catalyst minutes into the bout and started unleashing some pretty painful looking moves and kicks on the masked champion, who refused to stay down regardless of how many times Scott tried to finish him off. Finally, with a bit of frustration, Scott rolled to the floor and re-entered the ring with a steel chair in hand. I can't say for certain what happened next, as I was ordered by the official to remove the chair from the ring area. I turn my back a second and the referee begins his count as I realize that Kazi is flat on his back and Cecil Scott is being handed the CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Title strap. Scott is announced the winner and the referee helps him strap on the belt for photos before he exited the arena as new champion. Referee Redd Jones blocked Scott's exit and followed him back to the ring, explaining to referee Charles Richardson what had happened behind his back, and Richardson immediately called for the bell to re-start the bout. Kazi, who appeared to have been playing possum, caught Scott in a painful submission and seventeen seconds after re-starting the match, the official called for the bell again after Scott tapped out.
+++"The 1st" Ric Converse was out next, scheduled to compete in a first-round match in the 2012 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament against veteran Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride. McBride, as referee Jones explained to Converse, was hours late due to travel problems. Converse demanded that Jones give him the win in the tournament by forfeit and was arguing his point as the Old School Mafia's Louis Moore, Matt Houston & Drake Tungsten hit the ring. Offering Converse a "limited membership" to their group, he accepted and the four stood shoulder-to-shoulder in the ring awaiting their three scheduled opponents, Jimi Love, Jimmy Jannetty & Jody Osbourne. Making their way to the ring to ask Jones for a clarification, Love exited the arena in search of a fourth member, returning moments later with CWF Champ Kamakazi Kid in tow to round out the main event into an eight-man tag bout. The referee called for the bell and magic ensued. A compelling battle of wills broke out with both teams displaying their skills before Osbourne was seperated from his corner for an extended period of time. Despite the fans and his teammates urging to get to the corner, the Old School Mafia went to work on dismantling the man singled out for punishment. The Old School Mafia team left the building with their hands raised after a pinfall ended the entertaining battle for another notch in their collective gun handles.
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