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Unread 04-21-2019, 11:08 PM
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Finally all caught up and great stuff! I loved Gold Rush!

Quick Picks
NA Heavyweight Championship: Ross Henry vs. Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments:
Lisa won't let her charge lose.

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments:
Matty Faith needs the momentum back

Grudge Match: Primus Allen vs. Harvey Robbinfield
Comments:
The Evolution needs the win to get back into the title hunt where he belongs

Loser Leaves Town: David Stone vs. Paul Huntingdon
Comments:
After that narrative from before with Paul I think he is going to leave

NA Tag Team Championship: Homegrown vs. The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
Comments:
Devil's Rejects have been up there as my favorite since they debuted, so I want them to win

NA Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Jaime Quine(c)
Comments:
Quine is on fire

Tag Team Match: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments:
Greg's big win at Gold Rush can't see him lose so soon. I could see the Keith Brothers lose if you were going for a brother v brother storyline soon.

GWC World Six Man Championship: The Fallen w/ Father Grim vs. The Diaz Family
Comments:
I love the Diaz Family but the Fallen have been my favs lately.
United States Championship: Dillion Wiuff vs. Cali Slick (c)
Dillion Wiuff isn't over yet
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Unread 04-23-2019, 08:19 AM
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I haven't logged into my account for years but i've been reading this on my morning commutes and felt the need to join in-- needless to say that your story telling is compelling and well done! It's even inspired me to sign up the likes of Riley, Scythe (I never realised he was a beast!) and the Diaz cousins.

As someone who has read this from start to present i have 2 "even better ifs" for your consideration...

1. Can you explain the hierarchy of the home belts v alliance. Because the alliance belts are referred to as world titles (which makes sense) whereas the 'North American" is the belt everyone is aiming for more...? Sometimes I find myself forgetting that someone has an alliance title.

2. I fully understand the struggle of creating a world class women's division, it took me about 2 years to cultivate one in my 21CW save that could pull B grade matches (Now comfortably putting on B+ to A*). It seems like you've got a great base with Alicia, Quine, Missy and Lucy but I'm missing out on the narratives/storylines that the men's division have.

Now I'll shut up and make my picks!


NA Heavyweight Championship: Ross Henry vs. Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments:
It is clear Ross is being groomed for a run at the top and you've succeeded in creating a story arc-- for some reason it feels anti-climatic if he wins here so i'm expecting something from Lisa to screw him over. I think the money is in a future Ross v Ash programme...

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments:
I think Faith takes this one to build towards an epic rubber match.

Grudge Match: Primus Allen vs. Harvey Robbinfield
Comments:
I was surprised Allen lost his match but this should be a quick detour before he runs back at Spencer.

Loser Leaves Town: David Stone vs. Paul Huntingdon
Comments:
I can't remember if you have David on written so it's got to be Paul!

NA Tag Team Championship: Homegrown vs. The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
Comments:
Devil's Rejects are solidified in the tag division. Recalling the early days i thought Homegrown would be a bigger deal but they haven't had great momentum for a while. So, I'm going with Gangsta Nation as they continue to make a name for themselves.

NA Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Jaime Quine(c)
Comments:
I think Tyler jumped Quine once but outside of that she's just another challenger. Jaime is emerging as the proud babyface champion so I envisage her downfall to be at the hands of a bigger fish in the pond.

Tag Team Match: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments:
So now feels like a good time to head towards Greg v Matt, but for now they keep working well together...

GWC World Six Man Championship: The Fallen w/ Father Grim vs. The Diaz Family
Comments:
The Fallen together are a total force to be reckoned with and i think they take the Diaz Family easily, setting them up for a chase.

United States Championship: Dillion Wiuff vs. Cali Slick (c)
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p.s. Thank you for also providing a source of excellent renders!
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Unread 04-23-2019, 01:54 PM
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I haven't logged into my account for years but i've been reading this on my morning commutes and felt the need to join in-- needless to say that your story telling is compelling and well done! It's even inspired me to sign up the likes of Riley, Scythe (I never realised he was a beast!) and the Diaz cousins.

As someone who has read this from start to present i have 2 "even better ifs" for your consideration...

1. Can you explain the hierarchy of the home belts v alliance. Because the alliance belts are referred to as world titles (which makes sense) whereas the 'North American" is the belt everyone is aiming for more...? Sometimes I find myself forgetting that someone has an alliance title.

2. I fully understand the struggle of creating a world class women's division, it took me about 2 years to cultivate one in my 21CW save that could pull B grade matches (Now comfortably putting on B+ to A*). It seems like you've got a great base with Alicia, Quine, Missy and Lucy but I'm missing out on the narratives/storylines that the men's division have.

p.s. Thank you for also providing a source of excellent renders!
Well welcome to the posting and predicting game. I’m glad you are enjoying the story being told and it is sold you on Riley, the Diaz Cousind and Scuthe.

As for your questions.

1. This is a great question. The hierarchy goes the alliance/world titles and then the company titles. In my mind, it’s kike the old NWA. Your regional champion was the top guy in the company but when the World titles come to town it is a big deal. I try not to over use the world belts and not monopolize them — that’s why I go months between using most of them. There are some stories planned with them (as we hit the end of the year and several big shows that come with it.). I’ve been focusing on establishing all my local titles as worth fighting for — because I don’t want them to become back burner titles.

2. There are some planned women narratives in the future after I get back from vacation. I wanted to develop them in ring before I started giving a lot of narrative time to them — which is coming up!
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NA Heavyweight Championship: Ross Henry vs. Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
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Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
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Grudge Match: Primus Allen vs. Harvey Robbinfield
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Loser Leaves Town: David Stone vs. Paul Huntingdon
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NA Tag Team Championship: Homegrown vs. The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
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NA Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Jaime Quine(c)
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Tag Team Match: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
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GWC World Six Man Championship: The Fallen w/ Father Grim vs. The Diaz Family
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United States Championship: Dillion Wiuff vs. Cali Slick (c)
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Unread 04-25-2019, 02:51 AM
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NA Heavyweight Championship: Ross Henry vs. Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Tainted win for Spade, in order to keep Henry looking strong

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Pull yourself together, Matt!

Grudge Match: Primus Allen vs. Harvey Robbinfield
Comments: Primus continues the Climb (see what I did there?)

Loser Leaves Town: David Stone vs. Paul Huntingdon
Comments: I think the narrative gave this one away

NA Tag Team Championship: Homegrown vs. The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
Comments: Might be the toughest pick on the card, alongside the main event. Personal bias aside, I think the two contenders are established and the Nation needs to retain a bit longer here

NA Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Jaime Quine(c)
Comments: Brooke is good, but needs to build up her US pop and a bit more skill before claiming a title

Tag Team Match: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: The Gold Rush story didn't feel like the start of a brother vs brother feud, so I'm guessing they win

GWC World Six Man Championship: The Fallen w/ Father Grim vs. The Diaz Family
Comments: The Fallen need to look like the big beasts they are and Ray Diaz is probably so deep in decline he'll take the pin

United States Championship: Dillion Wiuff vs. Cali Slick (c)
Comments: Dillion gets a chance at a big singles match to show what he can do but isn't winning it too
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NA Heavyweight Championship: Ross Henry vs. Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Spade has been great and since the Gold Rush Champion is a face I think he will prevail (I changed my mind on this result as I wrote it)

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Somebody already said it but I am looking for a 3rd match so Faith has to get a win somehow or it turns into a schmazzzz for a no contest forcing a 3rd match

Grudge Match: Primus Allen vs. Harvey Robbinfield
Comments: Primus is too good to lose too much. He could be a real top guy again as long as he sticks around

Loser Leaves Town: David Stone vs. Paul Huntingdon
Comments: This comes down in my mind to either Stone's contract is up and he is headed back North (which I don't think is the case) or Huntingdon with his attitude he copped several weeks back is going to get shown the door. It might be a tough go losing him with his pop etc, but if he has become a problem backstage etc then he is not worth it as you have a lot of guys that can fill in for him and still have upside. Huntindon is all down side with his age

NA Tag Team Championship: Homegrown vs. The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
Comments: I've lost faith in Homegrown and expect them to violently split here soon. They were never really a tag team and we kind of thrown together but I think their are bigger singles goals for both of these guys. Rejects are the better overall tag team in my opinion

NA Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Jaime Quine(c)
Comments: No change for me here on the Jamie Express

Tag Team Match: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: You never known if their is tension with the brothers based on the Gold Rush result. They are the clear more experienced tag team here so unless they split I will stick with them

GWC World Six Man Championship: The Fallen w/ Father Grim vs. The Diaz Family
Comments: Sticking with the Beasts of Burden here

United States Championship: Dillion Wiuff vs. Cali Slick (c)
Comments: Overrated but he keeps winning so I guess I take him
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Unread 04-25-2019, 03:33 PM
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NA Heavyweight Championship: Ross Henry vs. Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Not yet

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: To make the main event even more surprising.

Grudge Match: Primus Allen vs. Harvey Robbinfield
Comments: To set up a Henry win in the main event.

Loser Leaves Town: David Stone vs. Paul Huntingdon
Comments: Stone gets the intense rub by kicking out the veteran.

NA Tag Team Championship: Homegrown vs. The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
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NA Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Jaime Quine(c)
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Tag Team Match: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
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GWC World Six Man Championship: The Fallen w/ Father Grim vs. The Diaz Family
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United States Championship: Dillion Wiuff vs. Cali Slick (c)
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NA Heavyweight Championship: Ross Henry vs. Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Title has been hotshotted recently. Spencer needs a big win, and i think there will be a screwy finish. A certain butcher returning?

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: First match was awesome and won by the heel. Which by default makes the second one a babyface win. To set up an epic rubber match. Did anyone say 2/3 falls?

Grudge Match: Primus Allen vs. Harvey Robbinfield
Comments: You made it clear that Primus coming back is a big deal. So he wins here. Who is Harvey Robbinfield ?

Loser Leaves Town: David Stone vs. Paul Huntingdon
Comments: You groomed Stone as a huge star. Huntington complained, got the win in the 6 man, he loses here. Probably SWF called.

NA Tag Team Championship: Homegrown vs. The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
Comments: All 3 teams have been well booked. So the prediction is just a preference really. I can see maybe even another result. The Rejects are over so they may just become main-event heels.

NA Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Jaime Quine(c)
Comments: Tyler has recently been on a roll

Tag Team Match: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Bowen Services. Because Keith vs Keith sounds too good not to happen

GWC World Six Man Championship: The Fallen w/ Father Grim vs. The Diaz Family
Comments: The Diaz Clan looked awesome recently and while The Fallen are dominating, The Diaz Family should have a very long reign

United States Championship: Dillion Wiuff vs. Cali Slick (c)
Comments: Dillion may be unbeaten, but Cali just won the belt back. So he retains here via shenanigans. Plus it could spark a face turn of someone in the Gangsta. And Gangsta wars are always fun
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Continental Wrestling League Presents
The Last Hard Men
Saturday Week 4, September 2022
Live at The Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV, Hawaii 50
In Attendance: 8,060
Rating: .72 [541,710 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to Continental Wrestling League Presents: The Last Hard Men. I’m Michael Riggs and I’m joined in the broadcast booth by the legendary Ricky Dale Johnson and Jasmine Saunders. We are coming to you live from the Theatre of Dreams where just over eight thousand people have filled the building . What a night of action we have in store for you. In our main event, “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade defends the North American Heavyweight Championship against Ross Henry. That’s not the only marquee match we have in store for you here.

RDJ: Ash Campbell and Matty Faith go one on one in a rematch of the classic match they had at Independence. Primus Allen goes one on one with Harvey Robbinfield.

JS: And don’t forget, the Tag Team, Women’s, United States, and World Six Man Championships are all on the line tonight as well!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“The Colossus” Dillon Wiuff versus Cali Slick © w/ Brother G

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Cali Slick defeated Dillon Wiuff in 8:25 by pinfall with a Slick-Back. Cali Slick makes defence number 1 of his CWL United States title.




Six Man Tag Team
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit


The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Diaz Family (c)

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, The Fallen (Scythe, Hellion and Torment) defeated Diaz Family (James Diaz, Logan Diaz and Raymond Diaz) in 11:48 when Torment defeated Logan Diaz by pinfall with a Big Bite. Torment and The Fallen win the GWC World Six Man titles.

Raymond Diaz was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.


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RH: I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time. A one on one opportunity to win the North American Heavyweight Championship. I’m a winner, Spencer. I’ve won at every athletic endeavor I’ve undertaken in my life. At every level. Tonight, I succeed at this.


Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Brooke Tyler versus Jaime Quine

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Jaime Quine defeated Brooke Tyler in 8:45 by pinfall with a K.O. Kick. Jaime Quine makes defence number 4 of her CWL North American Women's title.




Tag Team Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit

The Keith Brothers versus Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had superb wrestling and good heat, The Keith Brothers defeated Cameron Vessey and Jeffery Aroma in 14:03 when Greg Keith defeated Jeffery Aroma by pinfall.




Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Loser Leaves CWL

“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus “The Blue Blood” Paul Huntingdon

A good match, but not a great match. It was clear that Paul Huntingdon’s head was somewhere else throughout this entire match, but David Stone really shown. He worked his butt off. Everything Paul did looked like a million bucks because David sold it to that degree. David hit two German Suplexes on Paul, but he kicked out of both. Finally, just past the seventeen minute mark, David locked in the Stone Ankle stretch and that was it, Paul Huntingdon is leaving CWL.

David Stone defeated Paul Huntingdon in 17:14 by submission with a Stone Ankle Stretch.




Triple Threat Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Homegrown versus The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise versus Gangsta Nation © w/ Brother G

A very good triple threat tag team match. All three team were coming in with something to prove and all three wrestled like it. This was not a technical match at all. This was a good old fashioned brawl. A fight between six tough bastards trying to prove who was the toughest -- at least the toughest on this night. Sayeed Ali eliminated Johnny Anderson -- which eliminated the Rejects from the contest -- after hitting him with brass knuckles while Ray Johnson was occupied separating February Malaise and Brother G who were up in each other’s faces.

Clyde Puder hit the Patriot Powerslam on both Ali and Muvva at the same time and pinned them both. Homegrown, who has been struggling as of late against The Fallen really rebounded big time by winning the North American Tag Team Championships.

Homegrown defeated The Devil's Rejects and Sayeed Ali and Hustle Muvva in 9:37; the order of elimination was The Devil's Rejects first, and then Sayeed Ali and Hustle Muvva. Homegrown win the CWL North American Tag Team titles.




Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit

“The Evolution” Primus Allen versus “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield

Harvey Robbinfield, the former TCW standout was making his in ring debut against the recently returned Primus Allen. This was a solid match between the two. Harvey was a little tentative in his first match in a CWL ring, but after a few minutes he looked like he belonged. Primus really shown in this match. Since returning, The Evolution has found new life as a babyface. Primus hit the Running Powerslam and secured a big victory.

Primus Allen defeated Harvey Robbinfield in 11:21 by pinfall with a Running Powerslam.


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MF: Ash.. I have not been the wrestler I was before you got here. You got in my head. You rattled my confidence. You stole something from inside of me that I need back. Tonight, I’m going to get it back. You can have Faith in That.


Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

Matty Faith versus Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen

An excellent match that just fell short of their first encounter -- probably because of time, Matty Faith and Ash Campbell went at each other once again. These two men look like they were created in a lab to wrestle one another. They just fit. Ash went for multiple Ash to Ashes -- but Matty blocked each one. Matty hit a huge DDT and a Leap of Faith and secured the victory and got revenge for his loss this summer.

Matty Faith defeated Ash Campbell in 14:53 by pinfall with a Leap Of Faith.


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SS: Tonight, the Supreme Era continues. I told the whole world that I came to Continental Wrestling to elevate it. To carry it on my back to the top of this industry -- and that’s what I’ve been doing. Tonight, I’ve got Ross Henry. Big, bad Ross Henry. Well tonight, Ross Henry is going to fall and I will stand supreme and I was still be your North American Heavyweight Champion.


Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


Ross Henry versus “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen

MR: It is time for our main event of the evening. Ross Henry challenges Spencer Spade for the North American Heavyweight championship. Spade has held the championship since May when he defeated Matty Faith. This is his second reign as champion and he’s looking at making his fourth defense tonight -- but Ross Henry is as motivated a challenger as I’ve seen.

RDJ: I can tell you from personal experience -- a championship match in front of this many people is what all the greats live for. I can still remember beating Tommy Cornell to win the TCW World Heavyweight Champion for the first time in 2006. Hell, I can even remember all the way back to March of 1992 -- in the West Texas Coliseum -- a building we run frequently here in CWL -- when I defeated the second Outlaw to become the Texas Heavyweight Champion -- my first singles championship in my career. This could be a career defining moment for either of these guys.

MR: Jasmine, you’re our resident historian and statistician, what do you think?

JS: In six years as a pro, Ross Henry has shown himself to be a very capable wrestler. He won Rhode Island Pro Wrestling’s March to Victory tournament in 2018 and went on to win the RIPW Heavyweight Champion in 2019. He held the championship for just over a year, he defended it twelve times and really showed himself to be a high level competitor. Then, in January of 2021, he defeated Riley McManus to win the COTT World Heavyweight Championship and he held that until April of the same year. He’s been a big match competitor and a big-moment athlete his entire life, but this is something different all together. No disrespect to anyone Ross has wrestled, Spencer Spade looks like he was bred to be the perfect professional wrestler. He has all of the attributes you look for in a high level competitor -- and he’s been putting together the resume to back it up. Former RIPW USA Champion, two time RIPW Champion including a two-year reign that saw him defend the championship twenty-one times. He’s in his second reign as North American Champion -- which you already mentioned Michael -- and he’s as motivated a champion as I’ve ever seen. This is going to be a great match up. Ross Henry has the strength advantage, but Spade has double the experience of Henry and is still a year younger. Plus, let’s not forget that Ross Henry became a professional wrestler after a severe elbow injury and a botched repair to it. He’s already broken his forearm in the same arm. Could that be a weakness that Spencer Spade is going to exploit? You know Lisa Bowen has brought that up in strategy meetings.

RDJ: And she could be the difference maker in this whole thing.

The match began fast and furious. Right out of the gate, Ross Henry hit Spencer Spade with a huge clothesline that he immediately followed up with an Earthquake Powerslam -- his trademarked move. He went for the cover and almost got a three count, but Spade was able to get his shoulder up just before CWL senior official Darren Smith counted the three. This instantly got the crowd into the match. Henry stayed on the attack for the early portion of the match. A big snap suplex. A running kick to the face while Spade was seated -- each one was followed up by a pin attempt, but each time Spade kicked out.

Lisa tried to get up on the apron to let Ross Henry know exactly what she thought of him -- but Darren Smith was right there to tell her if she got involved he would not hesitate to throw her out of the ringside area. While Smith was distracted, Spade was able to use a low blow to gain control. Spade went to work on Henry. Spade looked every bit the star that he was touted to be when he was still enrolled at the Supreme Wrestling University. He worked slow -- working over the formerly injured arm and elbow of Ross Henry.

Henry made several attempts at a comeback, but Spade kept shutting them down. Spade does have the experience advantage in the match. Spade really seemed like he was one step ahead of Henry once he got control -- but Henry managed to block a Supreme Stunner attempt and hit Spade with a huge lariat -- using the previously injured arm to turn Spade inside out. Henry was not able to capitalize immediately -- that was the arm that Spade had been focusing on, but he did follow up with a one-armed stalling vertical suplex that had the crowd count to twenty before he dropped Spade and got a two-count that had Lisa Bowen almost collapse to the floor from nerves.

Henry backed up to the ropes but Lisa Bowen wrapped her arms around his ankle to prevent him from launching an attack. He turned around and using his good arm -- he lifted her up to the apron by the hair. The crowd began to cheer as he looked around at them. They wanted to see Lisa Bowen get hers -- desperately. The First Lady of Continental Wrestling has been a thorn in just about everyone who is not in Bowen Services’ side for years. Before Ross could do anything; however, Spencer Spade was on the attack. He blindsided Henry, pulled him away from the ropes and hit The Supreme Stunner on the challenger. Smith slid into position and counted the one, the two, the thr -- NO! Ross Henry kicked out and the crowd went wild.

Spade could not believe it. He pulled the former pro football MVP to his feet and hit several chops and set up for another Supreme Stunner, but Ross Henry blocked it and went right into an Earthquake Powerslam. The crowd roared. This had to be it. One.. Two..Thre -- NO! Spade just barely got his shoulder up.

Henry pulled Spade to his feet and looked like he wanted to go for another Earthquake Powerslam, but Spade countered with a small package that almost got a three count. Both men got to their feet, Spade ducked another clothesline attempt and when Ross turned around he ate a second Supreme Stunner and this time he was not equal to it and could not kick out.

Spencer Spade defeated Ross Henry in 23:46 by pinfall with a Supreme Stunner. Spencer Spade makes defence number 4 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.


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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, September 2022.
Filmed at: The Oxford Arena [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 3,000 [SOLD OUT]
Rating: .51 [388,880 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. We are coming to you from the sold out Oxford Arena in Denver, Colorado. We are coming off of The Last Hard Men -- which we will not spoil so you can watch after this broadcast if you missed it. Tonight, Lucy Stone-McFly is in action, Dan Stone III teams up with his childhood friend Nolan Dunn, and in our main event, Alexander Vasquez -- The Butcher, returns to action here in CWL.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Wilma Croft

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Wilma Croft in 10:52 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Stone Foundation versus The Fat Cats

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Dan Stone III and Nolan Dunn defeated The Fat Cats in 9:04 when Dan Stone III defeated Carl DiBiase by pinfall with a fast roll up.

In terms of in-ring work, Monty Trescarde was head and shoulders above everyone else. Nolan Dunn was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Teresa Perez versus Tiffany Jade

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Tiffany Jade defeated Teresa Perez in 8:59 by submission.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Diamond Dogs versus Gorilla Lee & Clinton Westybrook

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Gorilla Lee and Clinton Westybrook defeated The Diamond Dogs in 8:04 when Clinton Westybrook defeated Jimmy Stratosphere by pinfall with a Strong Slam.


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AV: For almost a year, I’ve waited for this moment. The moment to be back in the spotlight. The moment to begin reclaiming what is mine. They told me that I was too nice. They told me that while I was an incredible athlete, I didn’t take myself seriously enough. So I went back to my roots. I went back to the skills I’ve had since I was a child and tonight I bring the Butcher back to Continental Wrestling.

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez versus “The Man Without Fear” Sonny Wildside

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Alexander Vasquez defeated Sonny Wildside in 12:02 by submission via The Butcher’s Block.


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Unread 04-28-2019, 05:30 PM
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  • The Last Hard Men is officially the best attended, best viewed, and best critically rated show in CWL history.
  • Spencer Spade versus Ross Henry is the best critically reviewed match in CWL history.
  • The Diamond Dogs were released from their CWL contracts.
  • Paul Huntingdon has signed an exclusive contract with SWF and has left CWL. We wish him the best in his future endeavors.
  • Monty Trescarde has signed an exclusive contract with USPW and has left CWL. We wish him all of the best in his future endeavors.
  • Sayeed Ali has signed an exclusive contract with CGC and has left CWL. We wish him all of the best in his future endeavors.
  • Carl DiBiase has reported to TGL. The former World's Tag Team Champion is primarily known for his team with Monty Trescarde, but with the loss of his partner, DiBiase will be working on establishing himself as a singles competitor.
  • Dillion Wiuff and Clinton Westybrook have both been released from CWL after failing random drug screens at The Last Hard Men. They did not fail for soft drugs and CWL has a strict policy when it comes to the use of illegal substances.
  • Leon Pena has been sent back to TGL, citing lack of direction for him on the main roster currently.
  • The New Warlords were released after each one got into a backstage fight. Warlord Agony has also been released as a result.
  • After getting into a backstage fight with Jaime Quine, a fight she started, Wilma Croft has been released from CWL
  • Nolan Dunn, Ray Badell, Pavel Vanzycha and Nigel Svenson have been called up to the main roster from TGL.
  • Raymond Diaz is the newest trainer in Texas Grappling League. The twenty-eight year pro is said to be very excited about the opportunity and is set to specialize in training workers 6'8" and over.
  • After losing the World Six Man Championship to the Fallen, Logan and James Diaz have been given ninety days off to heal from various injuries that they picked up working all over the globe.
  • Danny Puder has been sent to TGL.
  • Hugh Ancrie and Robby Griffin have been called up from TGL.

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Author's Note: There were a lot of changes at the end of the month. Initially, Gangsta's Nation was set to retain the tag titles at Last Hard Men, but Sayeed Ali received an offer -- and an offer I could not justify matching, from CGC so I had to change the plans! This was always planned to be the swansong for the Diaz trio. Raymond is pretty highly into physical decline now and will be more useful as a trainer. Logan and James will be back in 90 days with things for them to do and hopefully return to being major, major players for me.

Paul was always supposed to lose this match, but it helped that SWF wanted to bring him back. I was sad to lose Monty though, as he was doing a really good job on the roster with me. The New Warlords, Dillion Wiuff, Wilma, and Clinton are all sad to see go -- and all for negative reasons. I don't like to have troublemakers in my locker room and with their negative attitudes, fights and failed drug tests -- Hard Drugs for DW and 'Roids for Clinton -- I had to let them go. We have a clean locker room, plus, I can't afford the bad press for the two drug tests.

The Diamond Dogs did nothing wrong, I just wanted to clear up the roster spots and since they were on PPA deals, it made sense to let them walk so I have room for younger talent I have in developmental to come up.

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Rosters Accurate as of Monday Week 3, November 2023

MEN'S ROSTER


"The Butcher" Alexander Vasquez | Ash Campbell | Ballistic | Brett Dewes | Cameron Vessey


"Cool Hand" Casey Valentine | "The Hillbilly Hammer" Clyde Puder | "The Troubador" Floyd Reeves | "Flawless" Franklin Rush | "The Mennonite Mammoth" Jakob Yoder


"The Headhunter" Jeffery Aroma | Johnny Anderson | "Jumpin'" Johnny Needham | KC Glenn


Keith Holly | Kurt Cummo | Louis Tully| "Hawaiian Heartthrob" Luis Cummo |


Matty Faith | "The Evolution" Primus Allen | R.W. Vega| "Whole Lotta Lovin'" Ralph Liotta | "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus


"The Boss" Ross Henry | Sgt. Bison | "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade| Torment


Moloch | The Acolyte | Barrage | Gabriel Shaw | "The Juice" OJ Morris



"The Latin Sensation" Leon Pena | Bret Heartbreak | Rick Law | "The Red Bear" Král | "Hollywood" Bret Starr [On Loan]

WOMEN'S ROSTER


Alicia Strong | Amber Allen | "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler | "The Queen of Hearts" Danielle Sweetheart | Jaime Quine


"Red Hot" Laura Flame | Maria Guest | "Country Made" Pearl Flanders | Selina Svelte | "The Mistress of the Backbreaker" Talia Quinzel



Teresa Newton | Alina America | Queen Amazon | Zoe Ammis | Steph Blake


Nadia Snow| Lauren Easter

TAG TEAMS/STABLES

Bowen Services - Lisa Bowen, Spencer Spade, Ash Campbell, Cameron Vessey, Casey Valentine, Franklin Rush, Alicia Strong
The Devil’s Rejects - Keith Holly, Johnny Anderson, Brett Dewes, Louis Tully, & February Malaise
American Muscle - Ballistic & Barrage
The Cummos - Kurt & Luis Cummo
C-V-2 - Cameron Vessey & Casey Valentine
The Diaz Cousins - Logan & James Diaz
The Heartbreak Express - Johnny Needham & Ralph Liotta
Ladies Night - Danielle Sweetheart & Maria Guest
Georgia Bulldogs - Riley McManus & KC Glenn
Homegrown - Clyde Puder & Jakob Yoder
Shadaloo - Sgt. Bison & R.W. Vega
The Uprising - Talia Quinzel & Selina Svelte


NON-WRESTLING ON-SCREEN PERSONALITIES


Father Grim, manager of Torment


February Malaise, manager of The Devil’s Rejects


Lisa Bowen, manager of Bowen Services


OFF TV [Injury, Vacation, Etc.]
Harriet Blais -- Injured.

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“Again.” Brooke said. Or demanded. That is a better word for it. She had always been a bit of a demanding person. She learned it from her father Eric. She was nice, but she was very type A. Things needed to be her way or she got uncomfortable. Fortunately for her, Jaime Quine was very laid back. The two had become friends working for the Stones. Quine had been the AAA stand out brought North and Brooke had been the daughter of an extreme icon trying to show herself to be something different. They had bonded. Kindred spirits or something like that.

Alicia Strong leaned on the apron. Her eyes narrowed. She was watching this intently. She had become friends with Brooke and Jaime in their time in North of the Border together. When she had returned to USPW, she had lobbied to bring them both into the company but Packer was not having it. They weren’t entertainers -- they were pure wrestlers and that was something that he didn’t like. Alicia didn’t care. She was the daughter of the greatest entertainer in the history of wrestling, but she was also the protege of Sensational Ogiwara. She could *work* and she wanted other women that could really work.

Brooke and Jaime locked up. They had a good match at The Last Hard Men, but it wasn’t good enough. Neither woman was satisfied with it. Neither woman wanted to just have good matches. So here they were. Monday afternoon. Continental Wrestling League headquarters. The training class was done for the day and they had the ring to themselves.

Headlock, push off, shoulder tackle, drop down, hip toss, back to the headlock. Takeover. Counter. Stand back up. Tackle. Drop down. Hip Toss countered. Get it again. They worked through their spots. Back and forth. Silent. They were learning each other. Learning movements. Positioning. Learning so they could work snug and silent. Not give anything away. Brooke prided herself on being a technical maestro. Jaime on her striking -- particularly her kicks. They made for a good combination.

Alicia watched. She was the World’s Champion. She had just been over in England for BPW. She had been discussing some options for a new women’s promotion to run Japan and join the alliance. Nothing had happened yet, but she was championing it. Plenty of women could run it. Could give women another place to work and another opportunity to defend the World Women’s Championship. She would be heading to Mexico soon for OLLIE. Then probably North of the Border. She was a busy woman and she was loving it. She loved touring. She loved being the representative of women’s wrestling for the whole organization. She took pride in it.

Just like she took pride in Brooke and Jaime. Alicia and Jaime were the same age, had been wrestling the same amount of time, but Alicia had spent her whole career on the big stages. Five time USPW Women’s Champion. She had been the face of women’s wrestling in America -- and now was the face of women’s wrestling in the world. The three best women’s divisions in North America were represented by her. The best women’s division in Europe was represented by her. Jaime had come up the hard way. Had cut her teeth in Seattle. She had proved herself. Alicia liked that. Brooke had proved herself with some fantastic matches against Amber Allen.

Now here they were. Alicia rolled under the bottom rope. “My turn.” She said.

Jaime nodded. “I need some water anyway.”

Alicia and Brooke looked at each other. Brooke was covered in a sheen of sweat. Alicia was fresh. They grinned at one another. This was going to be fun...
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, October 2022.
Filmed at: Ellison’s [Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 3,999
Rating: .53 [403,800 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. We are coming to you from Ellison's in beautiful Hawaii overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Last week, we presented The Last Hard Men that saw Spencer Spade successfully defend the North American Heavyweight Championship against Ross Henry. Who will be the next challenger for the championship? We hope to find out! In our main event, "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith steps into the ring with "The Omega Man" Harvey Robbinfield in what should be an excellent contest. The Mission will be in tag team action as they take on the European Stretching Crew -- a team that has been competing in Texas Grappling League and were competing in Burning Hammer of the Wrestling Gods.

RDJ: What a match up that should be. Pavel and Nigel are two hard-hitting, technical-minded European wrestlers that could become one of the top teams in the world with their experience and ability. What a challenge they have in front of them in the form of The Mission.

JS: But before we get to all that, the Champion is scheduled to address us all!



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Spencer Spade comes down to the ring. The North American Heavyweight Champion is accompanied to the ring by the First Lady of Continental Wrestling, Lisa Bowen. They are all smiles when they get in the ring.

SS: Do you all believe me now? Have I silenced all of my critics? I said that Ross Henry wasn’t going to beat me. I said I would leave The Last Hard Men as your North American Heavyweight Champion and here I am…. STILL THE CHAMPION! Just like I said I would be. The Era of Supreme lives on. I told you all when I came here that I had one goal. I was going to raise the profile of Continental Wrestling. I’m the greatest sports entertainer in the world and I wanted to help CWL take the jump to being the most dominant wrestling company in North America and we are well on our way, because of me. You are all welcome!



Spencer is cut off by the arrival of “The Evolution” Primus Allen.

PA: Spence, I’ve been right where you’re at. I’ve been standing next to Lisa Bowen as the King of the Mountain here in Continental Wrestling. I made big promises. See, before you were here, I was here. The Evolution of Professional Wrestling. The perfect combination of size, speed, strength, and aggressiveness. I have returned to Continental Wrestling with a purpose -- to get back the spot I had before I left. Right now, you’re in my spot. I say at Halloween Throwdown, we change that.

SS: You want my spot?

PA: It’s my spot, you’re just keeping it warm for me.

SS: Well at Halloween Throwdown, when I beat you, you’re going to recognize that you were never Supreme.


Opening Match

Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen & Foxxy LaRue versus The Uprising

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, The Uprising defeated Foxxy LaRue and Amber Allen in 9:50 when Talia Quinzel defeated Amber Allen by pinfall with a Spinal Trauma.

Amber Allen carried the match in terms of in-ring performance.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus Charger Siaki

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Ray Badell defeated Charger Siaki in 8:27 by pinfall with a Silver Stunner.


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We cut to a backstage where Hailey Hunter and Ross Henry are sitting behind a table wit a microphone in front of it.

HH: Ross Henry has petitioned for another match with Spencer Spade for the North American Heavyweight Championship, but that match will be going to Primus Allen -- as you saw earlier tonight. Mr. Henry asked to be granted an opportunity then at the GWC World Heavyweight Championship, due to feeling like Spencer Spade relied on illegal tactics to beat him. I have informed Mr. Henry that because of his recent loss in the North American Championship match he cannot be granted a shot right away at the GWC World’s Championship.

Ross looks very upset when he hears this -- even though it’s not the first time he’s heard it.

HH: However, I have been on the phone with representatives from the Global Wrestling Council. We have agreed that Ross Henry deserves a marquee matchup at Halloween Throwdown. So allow me to announce -- an this is the first time Ross Henry is hearing this as well, that at Halloween Throwdown it will be Ross Henry going one on one with former GWC World Heavyweight Champion, OLLIE’s standout luchador, Gino Montero!

Ross grins big.

RH: That will be a fantastic opportunity. Thank you very much to Ms. Hunter, the GWC committee and for CWL for believing in me and getting me this very important match up.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Mission versus The European Stretching Crew

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, The Mission defeated Pavel Vanzycha and Nigel Svensson in 10:12 when Ranger defeated Pavel Vanzycha by pinfall with a Global Meltdown.


Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Harvey Robbinfield defeated Bulldozer Brandon Smith in 13:58 by pinfall with an Omega Driver.


Overall


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