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1. All Stars Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega & Michael "the Fury" McAllister defeated Charlie Weston & Josh Bishop by pinfall in tag team action (6:32)
2. Lee Valiant & the Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews & "Honky Kong" Evan Banks w/Bobby Joe Neil defeated the Black Watch's Solomon Spades, Chase Dakota & Joe Black w/Jester Jokes by pinfall in six-man tag team action (7:22)
3. Aaron Biggs & CWF RGL Champion Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea defeated "Surly" Cecil Scott & Mecha Mercenary by pinfall in tag team action (8:34)
4. Serena Deeb defeated Amber O'Neal by pinfall in ArenaChicks singles action (14:06)
5. Jason Miller & "Lost Cause" Nick Richards defeated Donnie Dollar$ & CWF Commissioner "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel by pinfall in No DQ tag team action (6:32)
6. CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Matthew de Nero defeated Kamakazi Kid by pinfall to retain the title (5:47)
7. The Dynasty's Xsiris & "the 1st" Ric Converse defeated CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions All Stars Goon Squad w/Coach Gemini by pinfall in Everything To Lose four-way tag title action to win the titles (17:41)
8. PWI International Ultra-J Crown Champion Andrew Everett Cross defeated the Aftermath's Trevor Lee by pinfall to retain his title and win his Chiva Kid mask in title action (15:47)
9. CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal defeated Zane Dawson by pinfall in Falls Count Anywhere - No DQ Street Fight rules action to retain the title (18:42)
Officials: Charles Richardson, Redd Jones, Robbie Walsh & "Brutha" Joey Hogan
All bouts sanctioned by Pro Wrestling International. Visit us online at www.pwipro.com!
+++Prior to the pay per view starting time, the team of Charlie Weston & Josh Bishop hit the ring to take on the All Stars Jesse "El Fuego" Ortega & Michael "the Fury" McAllister. The All Stars began pulling away with the match's momentum only to be aided by Weston refusing to tag in for his team. Ortega & McAllister put together a pinfall win, leaving Weston and his former partner Bishop coming to blows.
+++Results courtesy of IndyInsiders.Com. Yup. A website. Please share this information if you post the results in another forum, thank ya!
+++The internet pay per view kicked off with six-man tag team action pitting the Black Watch's Solomon Spades, Chase Dakota & Joe Black w/Jester Jokes against Lee Valiant and the Killbillies' "South Paw" Aric Andrews & "Honky Kong" Evan Banks w/Bobby Joe Neil. The man scoring the winning pinfall in this bout would automatically qualify for the 2013 Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament, turning up the heat on the bout well before the opening bell. The Black Watch found themselves on the wrong end of a double pin, with Valiant and partner Andrews covering for the three count. Commissioner Edsel ruled that since it was "pretty much wide open" that both Valiant & Andrews would be entered into the Weaver Cup Tournament.
+++"Surly" Cecil Scott & Mecha Mercenary were out next for tag team action against rookie Aaron Biggs & Rising Generation League Champion Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea. The masked monster found a new tactic on this night we've never seen before, running from his corner to avoid being tagged in to face Biggs. That did not bode well for his team as the fans fired up the rookie and the RGL champ with chants of "Biggie Smoove" and rushed them to an impressive pinfall win.
+++ArenaChicks singles action was up next as former Straight Edge Society member Serena Deeb hit the ring to face ArenaChicks CEO Amber O'Neal. After several moments of feeling each other out, the two went to war on the canvas and in the ropes. O'Neal had the bout in her control but Deeb was able to pull out a cheap win by pinning O'Neal with her feet on the bottom rope out of the referee's vision.
+++Jason Miller & "Lost Cause" Nick Richards entered the arena through the side curtain, demanding a house mic, climbed through the ropes and sounded off. Donnie Dollar$ rushed the ring without a tag team partner ready for battle when the voice of Commissioner Edsel stopped the competitors in their tracks. Edsel announced he'd found Dollar$ a partner and that he'd also make the match a No DQ Rules bout before exposing himself in his wrestling gear as the surprise partner. Miller & Richards lost it at the bell, fighting, brawling and avoiding their opponents in and out of the squared circle. Dollar$ found himself handcuffed to the steel ring post and beat up as Edsel was double-teamed and destroyed with a steel chair. Miller & Richards won the match via pinfall and Edsel required assistance in just exiting the arena.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic Television Champion Matthew de Nero found himself making his first title defense against friend and former heavyweight champion Kamakazi Kid. The two unloaded on several exchanges with the masked Kazi looking strong in the opening minutes. De Nero found himself gasping for air and grasping for the ropes to get back to his feet before seeing his opportunity, taking the risk and rolling up Kazi for the pin. The two hugged it out after the decision, which was loudly appreciated by the fans in attendance.
+++Everything To Lose Four-Way Tag Title action was up next as the All Stars Goon Squad's Walter Eaton & Roy Wilkins put their titles up against the Aftermath's Chet Sterling & Ben Tyler, who would not be allowed to use the name "Aftermath" should they be on the wrong end of the fall. The Mid Atlantic Outlaws Louis Moore & Matt Houston entered putting up their #1 Tag Title Contendership for a calendar year if one of them should be on the wrong end of the winning pin followed by the return of Dynasty, the team of "the 1st" Ric Converse & Xsiris, who put up their career as a tag team should they take the loss. Confused? These guys weren't. They were hot, nasty and playing for keeps from bell to bell. The Aftermath team tried to play the other teams against each other, attacking viciously and retreating leaving their competitors to fight it out. The Dynasty's Converse & Xsiris pulled off the pinfall win to become the new CWF Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions with a little help from a surprise appearance by partner "High Definition" Steve Greene and his steel chain, after most of the rest of the fight had spilled onto the floor at ringside.
+++Trevor Lee was out next, with the mask of the Chiva Kid in hand to face Andrew Everett Cross for his PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship with the winner taking all. To make it simple, these two men do not like each other whatsoever and it showed from bell to bell. They fought in the ring, they fought on all three sides of the ringside area and they fought on the ramp. Lee appeared to have possibly suffered a broken nose in this chapter in these two competitor's history, which ended with a pinfall win for Cross, who retained his title and finally got his Chiva Kid mask back.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal was introduced, as was added security and officials as challenger Zane Dawson was let into the building for the main event Falls Count Anywhere No DQ Street Fight. Dawson was not in good spirits as he began dismantling the front row of steel chairs seconds after officials surrounded him to bring him into the Sportatorium. In one of the hardest hitting brawls in recent memory, Dawson tried his best to take out the champion, who refused to quit. Royal caught a second wind on the floor at ringside and started tossing plunder into the ring, including a huge stereo speaker and a microwave oven! Royal cornered him on the entrance ramp but Dawson yanked the CWF logo off of the wall and attacked the champion with it. Then it got crazy. The whole ringside area was short about a half dozen steel chairs, all destroyed by Dawson but Royal would not stay down. Dawson exited the ring and made his way to the commentary booth, which was being used by PWI International Heavyweight Champion Shane "Hurricane" Helms & CWF's Brad Stutts. Dawson grabbed Helms PWI title and returned to the ring to clobber Royal with the huge belt. Helms grabbed his ankle as he made that attempt, leaving him wide open to an attack by Royal, who made the most of the situation and retained his title by pinfall over an irate Dawson.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday July 6th at 7:30pm at Gibsonville NC's Mid Atlantic Sporatorium for a full card of skull crushing pro wrestling action! Reserve your seats NOW at www.cwf247.com!
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