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CWF Night of the Grudge
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
1001 Springwood Ave.
1. Mark James & Donnie Dollar$ defeated Mecha Mercenary w/"Surly" Cecil Scott & "Assassin" Ray Kandrack w/Michael "the Futy" McAllister by pinfall in tag team action (9:43)
2. Chase Dakota defeated Matthew de Nero by pinfall in singles action (4:53)
3. Matt Smith defeated one half of the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Goon Squad's Roy Wilkins w/Coach Gemini by pinfall in singles action (11:39)
4. Lee Valiant defeated Xsiris w/William L. Cross by pinfall in singles action (9:34)
5. CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal & Chiva Kid defeated the Aftermath's RGL Champion Ben Tyler & Chet Sterling w/William L. Cross by pinfall in tag team action (9:30)
6. "The 1st" Ric Converse defeated Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea by pinfall in singles action (12:06)
7. The Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews defeated one half of the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champion Goon Squad's Walter Eaton in Last Man Standing action (14:43)
Officials: Charles Richardson, Robbie Walsh & "Brother" Joey Hogan
All bouts sanctioned by Pro Wrestling International. Visit us online at www.pwipro.com!
+++Heavyweight tag team action kicked off CWF Night of the Grudge, pitting the team of Mecha Mercenary & "Assassin" Ray Kandrack against Mark James & Donnie Dollar$. Despite the Mecha/Assassin team bringing their own seconds to the ring, "Surly" Cecil Scott & Michael "the Fury" McAllister, a rift that formed between the two behemoths which lead to the team work of James & Dollar$ taking the duke to the roar of the crowd. Commissioner Edsel announced that Mark James was advancing to his latest brainstorm, the Heavyweight Tough Man Tournament. Kandrack and Mecha continued to argue and shove until Edsel announced that the two will face each other in the same tournament on Saturday March 2nd at the Mid Atlantic Sportatorium.
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+++The Black Watch's Chase Dakota was up next to face off against the red-hot Matthew de Nero, fresh off of a huge tag team win at National Pro Wrestling Day. Despite the ring official ordering de Nero to remove his power glove, he started out on a roll but hit a brick wall that ran out in front of him on the highway via pinfall in just under five minutes.
+++One half of the All Stars Goon Squad CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Champions Roy Wilkins was out next to take on CWF's own phoenix, Matt Smith, who seems to always rise from setbacks more determined and stronger than ever. Smith, who has been on a personal roll in the past few weeks, refused to back down to the veteran tag champion and stayed in his face and in the match from bell to bell. Wilkins dug deep into his bag of tricks but Smith was able to keep his head in the bout and use an opportunity presented to him to win the bout by pinfall.
+++Brad Stutts hit the ring with the house mic next, calling out everyone who participated in National Pro Wrestling Day in Philadelphia the previous week. CWF Champion Arik Royal, Chiva Kid & Matthew de Nero stepped into the ring followed by the Aftermath's Ric Converse, TV Champion Trevor Lee & William L. Cross. Cross took the mic from Stutts and thanked everyone in the ring for helping CWF Mid Atlantic steal the entire show, leaving the fans standing and chanting "this is awesome" as they exited the arena. In a rare show of sportsmanship, Cross shook the hands of the men he battles against on a regular basis, followed by Converse who followed suit. Lee, suffering a broken jaw at National Pro Wrestling Day, was less than enthusiastic about being friendly and exited the ring in silence.
+++The Aftermath's Xsiris was led to the ring by William L. Cross for singles action against Lee Valiant, which exploded into a lightning-fast display of offense and violence. Moves, counters, fisticuffs and fighting into the front row were all earmarks of this epic battle between two former Mid Atlantic Champions. Leaving nothing in the gas tank, both competitors went for broke with their feet to the floorboard and Valiant was able to walk out with his hand raised in victory via pinfall despite Cross producing his collapsible steel baton for Xsiris to use as a weapon.
+++Tag team action was up following a video presentation from National Pro Wrestling Day in Philadelphia, with William L. Cross leading CWF's Rising Generation League Champion Ben Tyler & Chet Sterling to the ring to face CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal & Chiva Kid. Fresh off of an incredible victory in Philadelphia, Royal and Chiva worked together like a well-oiled machine, much as the Aftermath's youngest team did during the entire bout. Momentum and a solid majority of the fans behind them pointed Royal and Chiva to a pinfall win to continue their incredible roll.
+++William L. Cross led "the 1st" Ric Converse to the ring for singles action against Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea, only to be dismissed by Converse, who assured his manager that he had the situation in hand. Going one-on-one with the rookie fan favorite, Converse roughed up his opponent, forcing him to turn up his game to retaliate against the veteran. Lea was up to the challenge, pulling out a few moves that we've not seen him attempt in the ring and hitting them. Converse, despite a goose-egg beside his eye from a Sho Smoove kick, kept his head in the game and took control of the bout, finishing off his opponent by pinfall moments after Xsiris appears at ringside. Converse and Xsiris had a heated exchange before Converse shook the hand of Lea and admitted in the ring that he finally respects him as a wrestler. Xsiris was not amused with the friendly spirit that Converse seemed to be showing and said so.
+++The main event of CWF Night of the Grudge was introduced with one half of the CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions All Stars Goon Squad's Walter Eaton stepping through the ropes to take on the Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews in Last Man Standing action. Pinfalls and submissions meant nothing in this bout's stipulations, the only way to win is to beat your opponent into a position where he can't answer the referee's ten count. So you get the picture. It was violent, it was personal, and it was a slobber-knocker. Both men beat the tar out of each other in the ring, on the floor and back into the ring again. Both were up and down, up and then down again until the referee actually counted both competitors down at the same time. Commissioner Edsel made his way to the ring announcing there HAD to be a winner and that whichever man got to his feet first would win the match and it still took a couple of minutes for Andrews to pull Eaton back to the canvas before making it to his feet to win the match.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic & Pro Wrestling Xperience battle on Friday February 22nd at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium! This PWX event pits the stars of CWF against the PWF stars with some incredible matchups already announced! CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal battles Ring Of Honor World Champion Kevin Steen! The Black Watch's Chase Dakota battles Roderick Strong and the high-flying Chiva Kid gets a shot at the PWI International Ultra-J Title of Eddie Edwards!
+++CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday March 2nd at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sportatorium as "Assassin" Ray Kandrack battles Mecha Mercenary in the CWF Heavyweight Tough Man Tournament! Reserve your seats NOW at www.cwf247.com!
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