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CWF Rising Generation League
Mid Atlantic Sportatorium
1001 Springwood Ave.
1. Charlie Weston defeated Jesse "the Ripper" Addler by pinfall in singles action (4:09)
2. Jordan Flyght defeated Ryan Zane by pinfall in singles action (8:57)
3. Ja-Real defeated Darius Lewis and San Andreas by pinfall in three-way one-fall singles action (7:14)
4. Donnie Dollar$ defeated "El Jefe" Manny Garcia w/Ryan Zane by pinfall in singles action (11:40)
5. "Lost Cause" Nick Richards & Jason Miller defeated Aaron Biggs & Samoa Joey by pinfall in tag team action (25:25)
Officials: Redd Jones, Wesley Crusher & Kain Chancelor
All bouts sanctioned by Pro Wrestling International. Visit us online at www.pwipro.com!
+++Rising Generation League Commissioner Joey Hogan kicked off the show with an announcement that the advertised RGL Title match would not take place due to the champion being injured. The champion in quesiton, CWF RGL Champion Chet Sterling, makes his entrance and demands since he can't wrestle to be put in charge of the night's event. Hogan refused and the champion left with an attitude.
+++Results courtesy of IndyInsiders.Com. Share that info if you post these results in another forum please!
+++Smith & Weston's Charlie Weston was out first for singles action against rookie Jesse "the Ripper" Addler. Addler gave it a go but Weston was ready to prove a point with the youngster, finishing him off by pinfall in barely over four minutes.
+++Ryan Zane was out next to take on Jordan Flyght in a singles tilt. Zane appeared more into the actual idea of wrestling his opponent than in past appearances and took the high-flyer to the canvas. Flyght kept his head in the bout, eventually taking Zane to the canvas for the three count and a big win.
+++Three-way one-fall singles action was introduced next, featuring two men making their in-ring debuts, Ja-Real & Darius Lewis, rounded out by the masked San Andreas. Lewis and Andreas split time on the floor as Ja-Real continued to hone his craft in the squared circle, but rookie Ja-Real made an instant impact on the fans after knocking San Andreas to the floor at ringside and kicking the face of Lewis off in the corner. Ja-Real exited his first bout with a pinfall win and a gave respect to the fans before exiting the arena.
+++Former Rising Generation League referee Ethan Sharpe made his way to the ring asking for the house mic. Dressed in a red satin jacket, Sharpe explains that he "hit the lottery", winning "more money than anyone in Gibsonville has ever seen" and was bored with being a referee. Before he could finish his comments, however, the next match was introduced!
+++Donnie Dollar$ made his way to the ring for singles action as Sharpe shirked back to the locker room area and stood ready to take on "El Jefe" Manny Garcia w/Ryan Zane in a special attraction singles bout. The two rivals went to war, leaving it all in the ring and on the canvas. Garcia appeared ready to finish off his opponent, but Dollar$ didn't approve of that and turned the bout around by sheer willpower, defeating Garcia by pinfall.
+++Following intermission, Brad Stutts called out Charlie Weston and informed him that he's been granted a SECOND shot at the PWI International Ultra-J Crown Championship at an upcoming event. Champion Trevor Lee didn't let the opportunity pass him by and interrupted the interview. Stutts used his common sense and exited the ring as Weston and Lee went at it in an unexpected brawl with champion Lee left laying on the canvas by Weston!
+++"Young Gun" Nick Richards was out next to take on Aaron Biggs in singles action. The bout started and Richards' buddy Jason Miller couldn't resist the temptation to interfere. Repeatedly. As Biggs' pinfall attempt on Richards was interrupted by Miller, RGL Commissioner Joey Hogan appeared and instructed the referee that if Richards and Miller wanted a tag team match, it was on, ordering Miller into the ring. Exiting after stating he was SURE he could find Biggs a tag partner in the locker room, Commissioner Hogan re-emerged in his alter-ego of Samoa Joey to tag with Biggs. The four men battled back and forth until Biggs & Hogan appeared on the verge of victory. Then RGL Champion Chet Sterling appeared and gave their opponents an unexpected helping hand and the pinfall win over the Commissioner and Biggs.
+++CWF Mid Atlantic returns to live action on Saturday April 19th for CWF High Tension 2014! Get all of the details, and MORE at www.cwf247.com!
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