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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 3, October 2022.
Filmed at: Grissom Auditorium[South West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .53 [404,210 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 Grissom Auditorium in Las Vegas, Nevada. In our main event tonight, “The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez will be going one on one with Keith Holly.

RDJ: This is quite the challenge for Alexander Vasquez. Holly is significantly larger than the Butcher, but Vasquez has shown that he has a mean streak a country mile long and can absorb ungodly amounts of punishment.

JS: Plus Father Grim has scheduled some time to address the CWL fans. What does the manager of the World Six Man Champions have to say?



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Harriet Blias

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Harriet Blais defeated Lucy Stone-McFly in 12:07 by submission with a Burning Hold after a distraction from Robby Griffin.


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Sonny Wildside, Hugh Ancrie, Robby Griffin and Harriet Blais are all ringside. Harriet just wrestled -- and beat -- Lucy Stone-McFly.

SW: All four of us have the same story. All four of us are graduates of the House of Stone training camp. All four of us went through the same program as the Stone Foundation, but the difference? Our last names. None of us are Stones. Or McFlys. None of us are sleeping with Stones or McFlys. So when do they talk about us? Where is our spotlight? Where are we celebrated as being graduates of the famed House of Stone?

HA: The answer is, we’re not. We’re pushed to the side so the Stone Foundation -- and by proxy, the Stone Family, can have the glory. Well we want the glory. We want the attention. We’ve busted our asses. We’ve worked hard and it is time that we got what we deserve.

RG: So you’re looking at The Stone Breakers. Four people with the same goal. Destroy the Stone Family.

HB: And be the only ones standing at the end.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield

In a poor match, Harvey Robbinfield defeated Ray Badell in 11:13 by pinfall with an Omega Driver.
-Badell and Robbinfield have zero chemistry.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus “The Franchise” Brooke Tyler

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Brooke Tyler defeated Foxxy LaRue in 9:19 by submission with a Brooke Breaker.


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We cut to a prerecorded tape. The lightning is low with the only real light shining on the suit-clad Father Grim. Occasionally, the viewers are treated to glimpses of the three monsters that make up The Fallen and the glint of the World Six Man titles that they are all carrying.

FG: Broken promises be damned. Lies be damned. The truth always rises. I told these men that they would achieve success if they followed me. They would reach the promised land if they just believed. I told them I wasn’t a savior. I wasn’t going to guarantee them the World’s Title, but I could guarantee that they would reach their potential. When they cast down the Diaz Family and became World Six Man Champions, they proved me to be an honest man. Scythe… Hellion.. Torment… The men who were promised the world and given just a handful of dirt. Three men who are individually dominant but collectively unstoppable. They are your World’s Six Man Champions. They will not bow down. They will not be broken. They are the Fallen.
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Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez vs. Keith Holly w/ February Malaise
In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Alexander Vasquez defeated Keith Holly in 15:16 by pinfall with a The Cleaver.


Overall


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Been following since the beginning. Havent had a chance to post much, but this is my favorite diary. I love the narratives and the way you make you universe feel alive. I hope you run this one for a long while. One question any chance we could get a run down on where all the current promotions stand in your world, just for a comparison?

Keep it up H, this is a great read

Trevor L.
Thank you very much sir. I'm glad I'm able to make the universe feel alive for you. I don't plan on stopping anytime soon.

In the next news post I will include a run down of the promotions in the world and their ranking/size.
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Interesting to see Anderson and Holly in singles competition a little, wonder if they'll look for some singles success too now.

Interested in Badell, I know he list this time but he's getting a decent push and plenty of tv time.
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Great show! Big fan of the Stone Breakers motivations! Sounds like an exciting feud Im ready to see develop!
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  • CWL has signed an extension with Hawaii 50 for both Saturday Night Slammasters and live events through the next year.
  • CWL has signed Harriet Blias to a full time contract. She is a 2019 graduate of the House of Stone training camp. She was not brought onto the NOTBPW roster at the time and spent three years working for AWW and six months for WCWG.
  • Joze Kral has been signed to a developmental deal with CWL.
  • Halloween Throwdown is the second best reviewed show in CWL history, just finishing underneath the recent installment of The Last Hard Men.
  • Spencer Spade vs. Primus Allen, Ross Henry vs. Gino Montero, & Jaime Quine vs. Tiffany Jade are now the sixth, seventh, and eighth rated matches in CWL history.
  • GWC has announced the formation of “Professional Wrestling Stardom’ a joshi promotion that will be helmed by the legendary Crusher Ichihara. Financial backing for the organization is coming from all of the GWC members and some investors from a prominent Japanese video game company. The goal of Professional Wrestling Stardom is to present the counterpart to PGHW in Japan. With PGHW being an all-male promotion, Stardom will present joshi wrestling and offer another outlet for the women of GWC to work. This is the first all-women’s promotion to be included in the GWC, but now gives a women’s roster in Japan to add to OLLIE in Mexico, CWL in the United States, NOTBPW in Canada and BPW in England.

Global Company Rankings
  1. United States Pro Wrestling - National - Owner: Allen Packer, Booker: Steve DeColt, Figurehead: Rocky Golden
  2. 21st Century Wrestling - International - Owner: Jeff Nova, Booker: Pitbull Brown, Figurehead: None
  3. Supreme Wrestling Federation - National - Owner: Eric Eisen, Booker: Eric Eisen, Figurehead: None
  4. World Level Wrestling - National - Owner: Koji Kojima, Booker: Koki Ishibashi, Figurehead: Emerald Angel
  5. South of the Border Pro Wrestling - National - Owner: Jorge Ibanez, Booker: Leonardo Lopez, Figurehead: Champagne Lover
  6. Total Championship Wrestling - Cult - CEO: Pee Wee Germaine, Booker: Eric Tyler, Figurehead: James Hernandez
  7. Pride Glory Honor Wrestling - National - CEO: Yoshimi Mushashibo, Booker: Yoshimi Mushashibo, Figurehead: None.
  8. North of the Border Pro Wrestling - Cult - Owner: Jeremy Stone, Booker: Victoria Stone-McFly, Figurehead: Jay Chord
  9. Five Star Women’s Wrestling - Cult - Owner: Sensational Ogiwara, Booker: DEVIL Karube, Figurehead: None
  10. Canadian Golden Combat - Cult - Owner: Alex DeColt, Booker: Alex DeColt, Figurehead: None
  11. Continental Wrestling League - Cult - Owner: Robert Oxford, Booker: Robert Oxford, Figurehead: None
  12. Original Lucha Libre is Eternal - Cult - Owner: Axxis Jr., Booker - Axxis Jr., Figurehead: Gino Montero
  13. Dragon Kingdom Pro Wrestling - Cult - Owner: Nobuatsu Tatsuko, Booker: Nobuatsu Tatsuko, Figurehead: Elemental III
  14. Revolution Australian Wrestling - Cult - CEO: Tristram Day, Booker: Monday Next, Figurehead: Captain Wrestling II
  15. British Professional Wrestling - Cult - Owner: Tommy Cornerl, Booker: Edward Cornell, Figurehead: None
  16. Amazonas de Lucha Libre - Regional - Owner: Phoenix I, Booker: Phoenix I, Figurehead: None
  17. Professional Wrestling Stardom - Regional - Owner: Crusher Ichihara, Booker: Crusher Ichihara, Figurehead: None
  18. Australian Pro Wrestling - Cult - Owner: James J. McMinister, Booker: “Debonair” David Peterson, Figurehead: None
  19. Texas Grappling League - Regional - CEO: Joel Bryant, Booker: Joel Bryant, Figurehead: None
  20. Canadian Charisma Championship Combat - Regional - Owner: Troy Winner, Booker: Catherine Quine, Figurehead: None
  21. Comite Internacional de Lucha Libre - Regional - Owner: El Maestro, Booker: Chess Maniac, Figurehead: None
  22. Exodus 2010 - Regional - CEO: Yoshi Oshiro, Booker: Goemon Komiya, Figurehead: Razan Okamoto
  23. Extreme Modern Lucha Libre - Regional - Owner: El Bandino, Booker: Domino, Figurehead: None
  24. Coastal Zone Championship Wrestling - Regional - Owner: Cliff Anderson, Booker: Brent Hill, Figurehead: None
  25. Warrior Enginge XXV - Regional - Owner: Ryu Kajahara, Booker: Ryu Kajahara, Figurehead: None
  26. Queens of American Wrestling - Small - Owner: Farreh Hesketh, Booker: Marvin Earnest, Figurehead: None
  27. Zen: Art of Wrestling - Regional - Owner: Halloween Knight, Booker: Cyanide, Figurehead: None
  28. Mexican Hardcore Wrestling - Small - Owner: Strongman, Booker: Luigi Marin, Figurehead: None
  29. Mid Atlantic Wrestling - Regional - Owner: Sam Keith, Booker: Peter Michaels, Figurehead: None
  30. World Class Wrestling Group - Regional - Owner: Aldrick Laurent, Booker: Christian Faith, Figurehead: None
  31. Championship Wrestling from Tennessee - Small - Owner: Art Reed, Booker: Larry Vessey, Figurehead: None
  32. Scottish National Promotions - Regional - Owner: Mark Carnie, Booker: Gabriel Green, Figurehead: None
  33. Victory Wrestling Association - Regional - Owner: Albert Thorpe, Booker: Randy Haute, Figurehead: None
  34. Rhode Island Pro Wrestling - Regional - CEO: Mean Jean Cattley, Booker: Wilson Carlisle, Figurehead: None
  35. Invincible Pro Wrestling - Small - Owner: Gil Thomas, Booker: Joey Poison, Figurehead: None
  36. Ultimate European Wrestling - Regional - Owner: Alix Bloxsome, Booker: Joey Beauchamp, Figurehead: None
  37. Skull Society - Small - Owner: Hugo Gimenez, Booker: Asesino Del Hacha, Figurehead: None
  38. European Wrestling Association - Regional - Owner: Byron, Booker: Byron, Figurehead: None
  39. Wicked Pro Wrestling Association - Regional - Owner: Jackie Goldstein, Booker: Emmett Askey, Figurehead: None
  40. American Women’s Wrestling - Small - Owner, Alex Braun, Booker: Alex Braun, Figurehead: None
  41. L-Ring - Regional- Owner: Herb Mackintosh, Booker: Bradford Peverell, Figurehead: None
  42. FREEDOM Carribean Wrestling - Regional - Owner: Puerto Rican Power, Booker: Handsome Stranger, Figurehead: None

All Women's Promotions: 5SWW, ALL, AWW, Stardom, QAW, WPWA, WGWG
Developmental Promotions: TGL [CWL], RIPW [SWF]
Closed Since 2016: ACPW, AAA, BGV, BCG, BHOTWG, CPWA, CWWF, CRW, DIW, GAW, GCG, GWNC, GSW, NALOW, NYCW, PSW, PG, Saisho, PWW, QPW, WMD, WPL, YA, YEPW,



Harriet Blias
Age: 23 [3 years pro]
Size:Small
Finishing moves:
Burning Hold [Dragon Sleeper with Grapevine]

Overview:
Harriet Blais is a Regular Wrestler, trained at the House Of Stone, who joined the world of pro wrestling in August 2019. Hailing from Calgary, she is 5'4 and 151lbs and can switch between face and heel. She can play cowardly, weasely characters very well. She usually finishes opponents with the 'Burning Hold'.

Upon graduation, she was not brought onto the NOTBPW main roster, instead she ended up on the American Women’s Wrestling roster where she worked from September 2019 to October 2022 when she was brought onto the CWL roster. She also worked for World Class Wrestling Group in Canada from June of 2022 to October of 2022. She carved out a name for herself as a very capable technical wrestler, showing the exact sort of technical fluency one would expect from a House of Stone graduate.

Career Highlights:
None As of Yet





The Red Bear
Jože Král
Age: 22 [3 years pro]
Size:Muscular Light Heavyweight
Finishing moves:
Crunch Tackle [Running Shoulder Tackle]

Overview:

Jože Krális a Regular Wrestler, trained at the WWA: Europe, who turned pro in June 2019. The Russian is 6'2 and 290lbs and is a natural fan-favourite. He is very good at playing crazy characters. He uses the 'Crunch Tackle' as his regular finisher. In his three years as a pro, he has worked the European wrestling scene before he was brought to Texas Grappling League.

Career Highlights:
None As of Yet



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Author's Note: I included the full list of promotions that are active with their rank, as well as all of the promotions that have closed since the start of the game. I have a question I'd love some feedback on:

Should I manually/force create developmental feds for some of the larger companies [USPW, 21CW, and NOTBPW mainly] to provide more work for the local talents and dojo graduates?

Please let me know in a comment! Also, if there is a promotion you would like to know more about, let me know that as well. I'm happy to do some company write ups along the way so you can see how different companies have evolved, or information about a company that you aren't familiar with.
Also, the roster page has been updated to reflect roster moves.
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I always create development territories for the the big players. I find it hard to believe USPW and NOTBPW wouldnt have a territory if SWF does. They want to take him down you would think they would do whatever it takes.

Trevor L.

P.S. thank you for the rundown. only 10 spots to go till you're #1! :-)
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I also think it is a good idea for the bigger companies to have a developmental company, kind of strange that a fresh company like CWL has one while USPW still doesn't have one. As for companies I would like to know about. 21CW seems interesting, they are international even without Cornell. Also I am curious of the state of the top three in the US, are they all doing well?
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I always create development territories for the the big players. I find it hard to believe USPW and NOTBPW wouldnt have a territory if SWF does. They want to take him down you would think they would do whatever it takes.

Trevor L.

P.S. thank you for the rundown. only 10 spots to go till you're #1! :-)
I actually disagree. Developmental territories aren't really necessary in either case and really only make sense if you have a very particular, unpopular style you need guys to learn to be successful. Or you're looking to transition guys from elsewhere into wrestling but you don't want them to go elsewhere and risk getting snatched.

USPW I don't think need one. Their product and financial power mean that if they need a guy they'll buy an already established guy and just slide him in. They have shown no interest, or ability to develop stars other than Nicky Champion, and this regime didn't develop him. If they have one, it'd be in China or something to scout and train giants, and with their nationalistic bend, I doubt they'd do this unless we're getting a full rebrand.

So the only reason they'd have one is to fill content for their subscription service. Which they could just let NYCW and MAW and the like put their shows on it instead.

In NOTBPW's case, they're in the position of dominance, so all of the best workers in Canada will pick up the phone for them. And they could very easily just use 4C and CGC as feeders. No reason for them to spend a ton of money willy-nilly to do the same thing others are doing for them already, they have a VERY successful dojo, and they have the very best of Canadian wrestlers to bring up the pups on their undercards, and if you can do that, again you don't need the overhead.

so I'm very anti-developmental fed. Also, love the diary, Historian. I'm still working my way through it in between posts on mine. I'm enjoying your booking quite a bit. II do wish you ditched the teal blue on black text though. It causes a bad blurring effect on my eyes... but that could just be me entering my 30s and getting ready to be put out to pasture.
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I think you should introduce developmental feds into the game for the bigger companies. You should stutter them though, don't make them all at the same/similar times. Too much would happen. Maybe you could turn it all into a story, something like them recognising CWL's growing influence and needing a dev brand to help etc.
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Texas Grappling League is the official developmental territory of the Continental Wrestling League. It is promoted and booked by Robert Oxford's best friend and long time tag team partner, Joel Bryant.

This is the official list of the TGL Roster as of Monday Week 3, November 2023

Male Developmental Roster


AG4000 | Alvin Washington | Bernard Bristow | Brent Watson


"The Arctic Wolf" Brody Irons| "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith | "Cowboy" Buck Winchester | "Money Talks" Carl DiBiase | Chris Plotcheck


Craig St. Pierre | Daniel Deeley | "The Rifleman" Dave Derringer | David Coleman | Florus Lefčvre


Giant Luther | Herman Aldana | | Jacob Keith | "The Cornfed Colossus" Jared Montoya


Johnny Rain | John Silver | Jonathan Riggs | "The Red Bear" Jože Král | Kazunori Shiratori


Larry McFly | "The Oklahoma Lion" Leo Loynes | Leonard Race | Malachai Roaring Bear


Marvin Bowen| Nate Johnson | Ox Mastadon | Paul Barnes


Peverell Cannon | Quincey Bartlett | "The Monster" Raymond Diaz | Robin Roberts | Ryan Jang


Ryan Steel | Steven Stewart | Sydney Lachance | Taylor Holemore | Todd Grove


Todd Martin | Tomiichi Kawasaki | Turner Bradley | "Outlaw" Wes Revell



Demon Rage | Demon Wrath | Tyler Murphy | Leonardo Velasco | Jamie Puder



Women’s Roster



Colleen Appleseed | Courtney Metzger | Debra Wood | Donna Cook | Eileen Cureton


Emma Bitch | Francis Frehely | Isabeau Grenier | Janet Masters | Jessica Montoya


Jo Gallagher | Linda Crump | Lucy Hinkle | Margaret Deeley | Marie Punnen


Ruth Macy | Serena Savage | Veronica DiBiase



Tag Teams
Bristow & Coleman - Bernard Bristow & David Coleman
The Canadian Lumberjacks - Paul Barnes & Florus Lefčvre
Derringer & Rain - Dave Derringer & Johnny Rain
Frehely & Crump - Francis Frehely & Linda Crump
The Hazard Gang - Buck Winchester & Duke Hazard
Loynes & Montoya - Leo Loynes & Jared Montoya
Polynesian Pride - Brent Watson & Ryan Jang
Precious Metals - Ryan Steel & John Silver


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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, November 2022.
Filmed at: Ellison’s[Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 4,162
Rating: .54 [410,650 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 overlooking the Pacific Ocean in beautiful Hawaii. Last week, at Halloween Throwdown Spencer Spade managed to defeat Primus Allen to retain the CWL North American Championship, Ross Henry beat Gino Montero and Homegrown successfully defended the North American Tag Team Championship against Bret Starr and Donte Dunn.

RDJ: It was a big show and it leaves me wondering what is next for CWL? With Thanksgiving Thunder a few weeks away, who will rise up to challenge Spencer Spade? Will we find out tonight?

JS: I have it on good authority that the champion took tonight off and won’t be here, but I do know that Ross Henry is about to make his way to the ring, so let’s go ringside!



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Ross Henry, fresh off his victory over Gino Montero at Halloween Throwdown starts the show off in the center of the ring.

RH: If you saw Halloween Throwdown, you know I beat former World’s Champion Gino Montero clean in the middle of the ring. He’s a hell of a competitor, a great wrestler -- one of the best in the world -- and at Halloween Throwdown I reigned supreme. I now officially state my intentions in challenging for the GWC World Heavyweight Championship at Thanksgiving Thunder.

The crowd cheers, but suddenly go silent as Hailey Hunter, the representative of CWL management comes out.

HH: Ross, I was hoping to catch you before you came out here, but you were too fast. Can we go to the back please? I need to talk to you.

RH: No. Whatever you’ve got to say to me, you can say in front of these great fans here.

HH: Ross, please.

The crowd starts to chant ‘say it, say it’.

HH: Fine. I know you want to challenge for the World’s Championship, but earlier today I received a phone call from the GWC Championship committee. They were very impressed with your performance against Gino, but they want to see a little more.

RH: A little more?

HH: Yes. That’s why they’ve asked me to tell you that they are sending former NOTBPW Canadian Champion, Jay Chord to CWL for Thanksgiving Thunder to face you. They have said that if you win that match, you’re all but guaranteed a World Championship opportunity.

Ross looks upset but he nods his head.

RH: Fine. Bring Jay Chord and I’ll put him down just like I put down Gino!

Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen versus “The Mistress of the Backbreaker” Talia Quinzel

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Talia Quinzel defeated Amber Allen in 11:51 by pinfall with a Spinal Trauma.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus “Mr. Impact” Hugh Ancrie

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, David Stone defeated Hugh Ancrie in 9:43 when Hugh Ancrie was disqualified when Sonny Wildside ran in and attacked David Stone.


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DH: Georgia Bulldogs. Boys. We’ve been dancin’ round this thing for a few months. I think it’s high time we end this thing. I talked to Hailey Hunter and she agreed. At Thanksgiving Thunder, we’re gon’ dance. The Hazard Gang, the Georgia Bulldogs. We gon’ do this thing. But next week, y’all gon’ be in action against a team that I picked. A little tune up match for y’all.


Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

The Keith Brothers versus The European Stretching Crew

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, The Keith Brothers defeated Nigel Svensson and Pavel Vanzycha in 19:18 when Matthew Keith defeated Pavel Vanzycha by pinfall.


Overall


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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 2, November 2022.
Filmed at: The Asylum[Great Lakes, USA]
In Attendance: 969
Rating: .55 [416,910 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 historic Asylum in Detroit, Michigan. Tonight is the 200th show that Continental Wrestling League has put on and we want to thank all of the fans that have made this possible. Two hundred shows is quite the milestone for a company to achieve. As someone who has been the play by play man since CWL started broadcasting shows, I can tell you how much this means to all of us here.

RDJ: And for our 200th show, we have a major main event signed. One half of the North American Tag Team Champions, Clyde Puder will go one on one with a man he knows very well, Keith Holly. Both of these men tip the scales at three hundred pounds and both are graduates of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling.

JS: It is a major main event between two men who have something to prove. Clyde Puder has long been considered the top graduate to come from the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling, but Keith Holly has been perhaps the most consistent of all graduates. Four times Tag Team Champion, Oxford Invitational Tournament winner, and COTT World Tag Team Champion. He feels that he doesn’t get the respect he deserves and tonight it’s looking to earn that respect.

MR: But that’s our main event. Before we get there, the North American Heavyweight Champion has scheduled some time to address CWL and that’s up next. So let’s go ringside.



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Spencer Spade and Lisa Bowen come to the ring. Spade is wearing a very nice, expensive suit and Lisa Bowen is holding the North American Heavyweight Champion folded in her arms. Spencer takes a microphone.

SS: Do you believe me now? Do you understand how privileged you all are? You are living in the era of Supreme. You got to bear witness to greatness on a weekly basis. Every Saturday Night when you turn the television on, you get to see my face in the signature that starts the show. You get to see my highlights. You get to see how The Supreme Star, the greatest sports entertainer on the planet is elevating Continental Wrestling League to the next level. Primus Allen found that out at Halloween Throwdown when he wasn’t man enough to beat me. No one has been man enough to beat me. Why? Because I’m the best. No one is on my level -- and I have proven that.



Spencer Spade is interrupted by the arrival of Matthew Keith.

MK: Spencer, you’ve beaten a lot of men since you arrived here. Ross Henry. Primus Allen. Matty Faith. Ranger. James Diaz. The list goes on, but there is one name that’s not on that list. That name is Matthew Keith. You’ve never stepped in the ring with me. You’ve never heard the bell ring and looked across the ring at a man who was born for this, because I was born for this. Professional wrestling is in my blood. It pumps through my veins. It’s what I wake up thinking about. It’s what I go to bed thinking about. I love this sport. I love the competition. I love being the best wrestler I can be -- and I believe that I’m the best wrestler on the planet. You can’t be the best until you’ve beaten everyone. You’ve never beaten me, Spencer -- so you can’t be the best -- but I can’t truly call myself the best until I beat you. I’ve got an open date at Thanksgiving Thunder. What do you say we found out who is the best there?

Spencer Spade looks around.

SS: You want some? You got some!


Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


Sgt Bison versus “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Funakoshi defeated Sgt. Bison in 10:28 by pinfall with a Butterfly Backbreaker. Funakoshi makes defence number 2 of his CWL United States title.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Teresa Perez versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had decent wrestling but non-existent crowd heat, Harriet Blais defeated Teresa Perez in 6:39 by pinfall.


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TQ: At Thanksgiving Thunder, I’m going to break Jaime Quine’s back and become North American Women’s Champion. That’s a promise. Jaime, it’s not personal. It’s just what has to be done for me to get to where I want to go.

Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Georgia Bulldogs versus Samoan Demolition

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Georgia Bulldogs defeated Samoan Demolition in 10:25 when KC Glenn defeated King Malietoa by pinfall with a Georgia Rain.

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


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AC: Matty! Matty! Matty! It’s time we settle this, don’t you agree? It’s been going on for months and I think Thanksgiving is a perfect time to end it. Because it is the perfect platform, the perfect date, for me to give thanks for what you’re going to sacrifice for me. I do appreciate it Matty. I really do. Your sacrifice will not be forgotten. When I put you down, it will only elevate me into the upper stratosphere of this industry. So Thank You, Matty Faith. Your sacrifice for my career is appreciated.


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Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder versus Keith Holly w/ February Malaise

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Keith Holly defeated Clyde Puder in 16:45 by pinfall with a Reaper Breaker after February Malaise interfered.


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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 3, November 2022.
Filmed at: War Memorial Auditorium[Midwest, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .55 [416,830 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 War Memorial Auditorium tonight and what a show we have for you. Last week, Keith Holly managed to defeat Clyde Puder -- tonight their partners, Jakob Yoder and Johnny Anderson will go one on one. If Johnny Anderson manages to defeat The Mennonite Mammoth, The Devil’s Rejects will get an opportunity to challenge for the North American Tag Team Championship at Thanksgiving Thunder.

RDJ: But in our main event, The Hazard Gang will step into the ring with The Mission. Last week, The Hazard Gang picked the returning Samoan Demolition to wrestle the Georgia Bulldogs -- and while the Bulldogs managed to win, some severe damage was done in that match to the ribs of KC Glenn. Tonight, the Hazard Gang has a monumental task ahead of them with former World Tag Team Champions, The Mission.

JS: Plus Lucy Stone-McFly and Brooke Tyler go one on one and so much more! Let’s get right to the action.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Mennonite Mammoth” Jakob Yoder versus Johnny Anderson w/ February Malaise

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Johnny Anderson defeated Jakob Yoder in 10:19 by pinfall with a Rear Fist.


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JQ: A lot of women have stood across the ring from me and tried to take the North American Women’s Championship. A lot of women have tried to dethrone me. A lot of very talented women. Talia Quinzel is a very talented woman. She’s tall and muscular with a devastating arsenal of moves that would send fear down the spine of any woman unlucky enough to stand across the ring from her -- but I am Jaime Quine. I am the North American Women’s Champion and I don’t run from a fight, I don’t cower in fear and I don’t back down! Next Saturday at Thanksgiving Thunder, I’ll stand in that ring with Talia Quinzel and I will take everything she can throw at me and in the end I will still be North American Women’s Champion!


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Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus “The Franchise” Brooke Tyler

In a bout that had good wrestling but little heat, Brooke Tyler defeated Lucy Stone-McFly in 9:37 by pinfall after a distraction from Harriet Blais.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus “The Man Without Fear” Sonny Wildside

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Sonny Wildside defeated Bulldozer Brandon Smith in 9:04 by pinfall with a Fear Factor.


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HR: Funakoshi. Big man. United States Champion. You’ve got one week left with that belt, because I’m coming for it. The Omega Man is going to bring an end to your days and become the United States Champion.

Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

The Mission versus The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, The Hazard Gang defeated The Mission in 18:08 when Outlaw Wes Revell defeated Matty Faith by pinfall with a Lariat following interference from Ash Campbell.

Outlaw Wes Revell was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.


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Sgt. Bison is back, outta nowhere! Hope this means RW Vega shows up soon too and Shadaloo are reunited.
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Full Card:
North American Heavyweight Championship: Matthew Keith vs. “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen
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GWC Special Challenge: “The Boss” Ross Henry vs. Jay Chord
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North American Tag Team Championship: The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Homegrown ©
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Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
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North American Women’s Championship: “The Mistress of the Backbreaker” Talia Quinzel vs. Jaime Quine ©
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Grudge Match: Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard
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United States Championship: “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield vs. “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©
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Author's Note: And here we have it! The Full card for Thanksgiving Thunder. Special Thanks to King_Bison for the new 3/4 renders and to my wonderful wife who made the new template for me for the poster (she surprised me with three new templates I can rotate with the other template I have).

And to DarK_RaideR. Sgt. Bison is back! I actually outbid SWF/RIPW for him. They were only offering him a developmental deal and I offered him a standard written contract.

Also, we have officially passed two hundred shows! Week 2's TV was legit our 200th show. I never thought I'd hit the 200 mark [even though 250 is the official GDS milestone!] I've produced a lot of content for this diary (heck, 3 shows went up just today, but that was so I could get the predictions up, plus the Mrs. was busy and doing her own thing today so I had a bunch of time to kill and the bad leg is acting up and I can't really stand up right now, so it all contributed to you all getting a whole bunch of content.
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