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North American Heavyweight Championship: Matthew Keith vs. “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Get the feeling Keith might win by DQ or something so Spade retains
GWC Special Challenge: “The Boss” Ross Henry vs. Jay Chord
Comments: I like the story of Henry being given people from the alliance to face, I can see it leading to him turning heel too. He wins in the meantime though, I think.
North American Tag Team Championship: The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Homegrown ©
Comments: Kind of hoping that Homegrown get a definitive win so the Rejects can explore singles action a bit
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 ©
Comments: I just really like Quinzel, think it's her time
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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North American Heavyweight Championship: Matthew Keith vs. “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Spades Title Reign continues to pick up momentum!

GWC Special Challenge: “The Boss” Ross Henry vs. Jay Chord
Comments: Chord picks up a dirty win here

North American Tag Team Championship: The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Homegrown ©
Comments: No title change here. Homegrown continue their rise

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Faith needs a strong win here

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
Comments: Georgia Bulldogs continue to roll and put the Hazard Gang to bed

United States Championship: “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield vs. “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©
Comments: Funakoshi is in the middle of a great reign I don’t see it ending here
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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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North American Heavyweight Championship: Matthew Keith vs. “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Good match, close call, possible dirty finish
GWC Special Challenge: “The Boss” Ross Henry vs. Jay Chord
Comments: Glad to see the monicker stuck. He's slowly getting built back up, so Jay loses this
North American Tag Team Championship: The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Homegrown ©
Comments: Mind says Homegrown, but heart says Rejects. Plus Homegrown can go solo too
Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Yup, time to wrap this up before the cow's been milked to death
North American Women’s Championship: “The Mistress of the Backbreaker” Talia Quinzel vs. Jaime Quine ©
Comments: Not many heels who could take the strap off Quine. Talia winning here adds variety to the title scene too
Grudge Match: Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard
Comments: Nostalgia aside, this feud feels like it's out of fuel already or is it just me?
United States Championship: “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield vs. “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©
Comments: Easy pick
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North American Heavyweight Championship: Matthew Keith vs. “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Putting a curveball here. I know that Spencer v Greg is expected, but a rivalry between these brothers... hmmm, perfect.
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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Full Card:
North American Heavyweight Championship: Matthew Keith vs. “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: I think the Henry/Spade match is going to be Spade's final swan song. But this match might bring down the house.

GWC Special Challenge: “The Boss” Ross Henry vs. Jay Chord
Comments: This is the long build to Henry/Spade.

North American Tag Team Championship: The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Homegrown ©
Comments: Homegrown has momentum, and with the Rejects kind of floating around, there isn't any reason to think they topple Homegrown here.

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Give Faith a big shot in the arm for his momentum, and make it a race for the third and decisive match.

North American Women’s Championship: “The Mistress of the Backbreaker” Talia Quinzel vs. Jaime Quine ©
Comments: Quinzel can carry the belt, and as a veteran, she gives you a good transition champ.

Grudge Match: Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard
Comments: The Hazard Gang keeps hanging around, but let them lose on some misstep (botched interference maybe?), making it a good setup for a third and final bout.

United States Championship: “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield vs. “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©
Comments: Robbinfield is a good challenger, but I think Funakoshi gets a proper run here before dropping it.

I would love to see a write-up on the pop your guys have. Seeing Hazard Gang going over The Mission was a big surprise, even if it was by nefarious means. Who are your big name stars and who has floated down the card?
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North American Heavyweight Championship: Matthew Keith vs. “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: I remain convinced Ross will dethrone Spencer. I am highly suspicious of Matt leapfrogging Greg to a title shot seeing as he lost to Greg in the Gold Rush finals... I think this one has potential for that elusive A grade match!

GWC Special Challenge: “The Boss” Ross Henry vs. Jay Chord
Comments:
Ross has this one in the bag, but frustration might get the better off Ross if he keeps getting messed about.

North American Tag Team Championship: The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. Homegrown ©
Comments:
Homegrown still haven't amounted to the force I thought they were groomed to be-- Perhaps this is the beginning of a dominant run at last.

Grudge Match: Matty Faith vs. Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen
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I'm going with Ash here after The Mission lost to the Outlaws which was a surprising loss (even with the distraction). My money would be Ash becomes the next road block to Ross.

North American Women’s Championship: “The Mistress of the Backbreaker” Talia Quinzel vs. Jaime Quine ©
Comments:
I like Talia but she isn't there yet!

Grudge Match: Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard
Comments:
Not going to bet against Riley and KC.

United States Championship: “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield vs. “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©
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Funakoshi seems like a transitional champion... But not for Harvey.
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Unread 05-06-2019, 09:02 PM
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Saturday Week 4, November 2022
Live at Gorski Ballroom [South West, USA]
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV, Hawaii 50
In Attendance: 5,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .72 [545,460 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to Continental Wrestling League’s November special, THANKSGIVING THUNDER! I’m Michael Riggs and I’m joined in the broadcast booth by the legendary Sheriff of professional wrestling, Ricky Dale Johnson and by the smartest woman in all of professional wrestling, The Human Encyclopedia, Jasmine Saunders. What a show we have in store for you tonight. Jay Chord returns to CWL for the first time in over a year when he went to the finals of the Gold Rush tournament. He will be going one on one with ‘The Boss’ Ross Henry, but our main event of the evening, for the first time ever, Matthew Keith challenges Spencer Spade for the North American Heavyweight Championship.

RDJ: The match has ‘big fight feel’ written all over it. Matthew Keith is one of the best wrestlers on the planet. He has the business in his blood. I had the honor of wrestling his father on multiple occasions. His father is one of the immortals of this business and both of his sons are cut from the same cloth. As good as Spencer Spade is, as good as he has been as champion, I think that tonight Matthew Keith will end the night raising the North American Heavyweight Championship above his head.

JS: You may be right, Ricky, but there’s a small problem. Matthew Keith has not held a singles championship since he left Pittsburgh Steel Wrestling and went to Burning Hammer of the Wrestling Gods. In PSW, he was twice the National Champion, but those are his only singles championships. Spencer Spade is very accomplished as a singles competitor. He has a championship pedigree. Not only is he in his second reign as North American Heavyweight Champion, he was twice the RIPW Heavyweight Champion and once the RIPW USA Champion. Matthew Keith is a great professional wrestler and tonight could be the night that he busts through the glass ceiling and reclaims singles glory, but Spencer Spade is a proven commodity as a singles competitor.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield versus “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Funakoshi defeated Harvey Robbinfield in 13:06 by pinfall with a Butterfly Backbreaker. Funakoshi makes defence number 3 of his CWL United States title.


Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit

Georgia Bulldogs versus The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

In perhaps the most disappointing match of the night in what has been a feud that despite its potential, never lived up to the hype -- the Bulldogs and the Hazard Gang went out to the ring and worked incredibly hard but there was something about the two teams that just did not click. The Hazard Gang dominated most of the match with their wild brawling -- two cowboys straight out of a John Wayne movie. The Bulldogs made a big comeback and hit the Georgia Rain [Springboard Hart Attack] onto Wes Revell.

Georgia Bulldogs defeated The Hazard Gang in 15:54 when Riley McManus defeated Outlaw Wes Revell by pinfall with a Georgia Rain.

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


Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


“The Mistress of the Backbreaker” Talia Quinzel versus Jaime Quine ©

Talia Quinzel was getting her first North American Women’s Championship opportunity here against a woman who is as hot as any wrestler on the planet. She’s coming into her sixth defense of the North American Women’s Championship in this reign -- her second reign -- and she has come into her own. She’s no longer the stepsister of legendary wrestler Catherine Quine. She’s Jaime Quine -- the second best women’s wrestler on the planet (she’s not the World Women’s Champion, after all).

This was a very good match here, with Quinzel looking like a star. The Mistress of the Backbreaker hit Quine with every version of the backbreaker she could think of -- but Quine would not go down. Quinzel went for the Spinal Trauma, but when she spun, Quine back flipped out of it and landed behind her. Quinzel turned around and Quine hit her flush on the temple with a K.O. Kick.

Jaime Quine defeated Talia Quinzel in 12:51 by pinfall with a K.O. Kick. Jaime Quine makes defence number 6 of her CWL North American Women's title.


Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

Matty Faith versus Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen

In a contest that was underwhelming, especially considering what these two men had done previously -- but the feud had run out of steam, a victim of being prolonged from May when Ash cost Matty the championship to November. It was still a solid match up between both competitors but neither was at the top of their game. They went back and forth for just over eighteen minutes before Matty Faith hit the Leap of Faith.

Matty Faith defeated Ash Campbell in 18:12 by pinfall with a Leap Of Faith.


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MK: When you look at me you see one thing. You see a professional wrestler. It’s all I’ve ever wanted to be, it’s all I’ve ever been. Since the day I turned eighteen, I’ve been wrestling professionally. All throughout high school, I trained to be in this business. It’s what I do. It’s what my family does. We wrestle. I’ve been all over the world because of my ability in the wrestling ring. Tonight for the first time ever, I step into the ring with Spencer Spade. Tonight, I take the Supreme Star and I twist his body with the Proton Lock. Tonight, I become the North American Heavyweight Champion and I cement just who I am in this business. I cement that I am the best wrestler alive.

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise versus Homegrown ©

A very physical match between four people who have become synonymous with Continental Wrestling League. The Rejects have spent their entire careers with CWL while Yoder and Puder have each spent time with the ‘big leagues’ and returned as the popular heroes. The Rejects have established that if this was twenty years ago they’d be the top gaijin team in any Japanese company. They’re just that physical and that believable because they are two legitimate tough guys and bikers who aren’t a gimmick but are the real deal. Clyde and Jakob are also as real as they come. The legit son of a pig farmer and a Mennonite who left his family ranch to pursue a dream. Both teams have connected with the audience and while Homegrown have stumbled a bit as a team but have found some recent success and may have turned the corner as a duo.

The match went back and forth, again and again, with all four men -- hosses to be accurate- went at it. The Biker Babe, February Malaise was all over the outside and put in perhaps her best performance ever in the years she’s been employed by the CWL. Anderson and Holly hit Yoder with a massive assisted powerbomb -- which is impressive when you consider the three hundred fifty nine pounds worth of bulk that Yoder carries around went high into the air and came crashing down onto the mat.

Puder was a house of fire and is finally looking like the Puder that had set CWL on fire before he went to USPW and probably lost some of his momentum and passion from the way USPW fumbled him. Puder hit a big Samoan Drop on Holly that looked like it almost buckled the ring and then hit a huge Patriot Powerslam on the three hundred seven pound Johnny Anderson.

Homegrown defeated The Devil's Rejects in 17:10 when Clyde Puder defeated Johnny Anderson by pinfall with a Patriot Powerslam. Homegrown make defence number 2 of their CWL North American Tag Team titles.


Co Main Event
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

“The Boss” Ross Henry versus Jay Chord

The former TCW World Heavyweight and two time NOTBPW Canadian Champion and currently ranked #23 in the world as a professional, Jay Chord and former PFL MVP Ross Henry came out with a story to tell. Much like Gino Montero, Jay Chord -- the master of the DDT -- worked on the surgically repaired arm off Ross Henry. Chord had a more vicious offense than Gino -- who used a lot of fluid lucha libre style wrestling to work over the arm, Chord took Henry to the mat and worked the arm over with knee drops and various armbar attempts. Henry used his powerful base to get back to his feet each time and fight out of each arm bar.

Chord went for the DDT, but Henry blocked it by standing up and switching Jay Chord over onto his shoulder and taking off for a huge Earthquake Powerslam.

Ross Henry defeated Jay Chord in 22:40 by pinfall with an Earthquake Powerslam.


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Spencer Spade holds up the North American Heavyweight Championship. Lisa Bowen is standing slightly behind him.

SS: Everyone is asking what’s ‘causing all this. Everyone is askin’ what is happening in professional wrestling and the answer is the same. Spencer Spade. The Supreme Star. The World’s Greatest Sports Entertainer. I’m what’s happening in professional wrestling. I’m the talk of the town. The standard bearer. I’m Mister Red Carpet. Tonight, Matthew Keith has an opportunity to go one on one with the greatest alive. Matthew Keith, you son of a gun with your pumped up beach muscles and the move you stole from your daddy -- you think you’re going to beat the Supreme Star? I’ve been a winner since day one. I’ve been the talk of the whole industry since before I had ever had a professional match. I’m still the talk of the industry. I occupy the pole position. I’m the measuring stick. Tonight Matthew, tonight you find out that you just don’t measure up.

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


Matthew Keith versus “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen

There is a big fight feel in the Gorski Ballroom. Matthew Keith looked to be in the best shape of his life, it’s clear he’s been in the gym in the weeks leading up to this match to make sure he looked extra fit. Spade looks as good as ever with brand new orange and black trunks. Lisa is wearing a matching dress. Darren Smith, senior CWL official and one of the greatest referees of all time has been assigned the contest. There is the full pre-match presentation with the in ring instructions being given to both men, with both grapplers being checked for concealed objects. Smith also warns Lisa Bowen that he will not tolerate any interference from her in this contest.

The match starts off slow. This is the first time either man have wrestled one another in a singles contest and they spend the first few minutes just feeling each other out. They locked up in the collar-elbow tie up and jockeyed for position several times. A Greco-Roman Knuckle lock led to a test of strength that was won by the more powerful Matthew Keith. After several minutes of going back and forth, Matthew Keith is able to fully gain the advantage by virtue of his strength advantage. Spade got rocked by several powerful suplexes and slams and eventually powdered to the outside in an attempt to catch his breath and create some space between he and Matthew Keith.

Keith follows Spade to the outside and Spade runs around the ring. He rolls back in and as soon as Matthew Keith rolls in, Spade jumps him and takes control. Spade is in control from here on out -- and he focuses on the neck. The Proton Lock requires a bridge from Matthew Keith -- a wrestler’s bridge that requires the neck to be in peak condition to effectively apply and Spade did his best to take the neck out of the equation. Spade worked slow and diligently. Keith kept trying to fight back, to power up -- and several times he was successful in momentarily seizing control back from Spade, but each time Spade resorted to a dirty -- but not fully illegal -- tactic to keep control. Eyerakes. Hair pulls. Each time he got a warning from Darren Smith, but this is a North American Heavyweight Championship matchup and Darren Smith is giving the boys some room to decide the match for themselves.

Spade hit a closed right handed punch on Keith that caught him above the eyebrow and caused some blood to come out. Spade, seeing the blood, became like a shark. He attacked with several big knees to the face to try and open up the cut more. He did -- which caused Smith to momentarily pause the contest to check on the cut. He called in the ringside doctor to check and see if the commission would allow the match to continue. Keith demanded to be allowed to continue -- and he was!

He came out of the break like a man possessed. Spade tried to get away, but Keith hit him with a huge exploder suplex that looked like it sent Spade back to when he worked for SWF, that’s how loopy his face went. Keith followed that up with a big stalling suplex -- showing off the power he developed over his years in Japan. Keith, with half his face and one eye completely obscured by blood, drove his head into Spade’s head and then hit a beautiful brainbuster. After the brainbuster, Keith went for the Proton Lock. He got the legs into the proper position and crossed the shins over. He stepped through and got Spade onto his belly before dropping down and going into the wrestler’s bridge to complete the move. He got ahold of Spencer Spade’s neck and pulled him into the full Proton Lock -- a move no one escapes from.

The crowd was on their feet. Here was Matthew Keith, bloodied and battered, moments away from becoming the North American Heavyweight Champion. That is, until his neck gives out and the bridge collapses. Spade crawls to the ropes and wraps his body around them as Keith holds his neck and tries to massage the feeling back into it. He gets to his feet and moves towards Spencer Spade. Spade is pulled from the ropes and as Spade is pulled to his feet, he flails his arms. His elbow catches referee Darren Smith right in the temple -- and Darren Smith falls to the mat from the blow.

The crowd gasps as Keith moves to check on the downed referee. While Keith is checking on Darren Smith, the crowd goes wild -- in a mixture of positive and negative reactions. The reason for their response…



FLAWLESS FRANKLIN RUSH has hit the ring. The former two-time United States Champion has slid into the ring and is right behind Matthew Keith. He spins him around, kicks him in the gut and hits him with the Flawlessplex [Stalling Fisherman’s Suplex]. After hitting the Flawlessplex, he lifts Matthew Keith back up and pushes him towards Spencer Spade who immediately hits the Supreme Stunner. Rush lifts Smith up and drags him over to where Spencer Spade is making the cover before getting out of the ring. Smith comes to and sees Spade covering Matthew Keith. He makes the count. One...Two...Three!

Spencer Spade leaps to his feet as Lisa Bowen and Franklin Rush enter. Bowen hands Spade the North American Heavyweight Championship and the three of them stand tall as Thanksgiving Thunder goes off the air.

In a bout that had superb wrestling and great heat, Spencer Spade defeated Matthew Keith in 27:38 by pinfall with a Supreme Stunner. During the match we also had Franklin Rush run in and attack Keith. Spencer Spade makes defence number 6 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.


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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, November 2022.
Filmed at: The Arkansas Coliseum[Midwest, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .50 [378,750 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 Arkansas Coliseum! In our main event tonight, The Stone Foundation will take on The Stone Breakers in tag team action. Greg Keith will wrestle the reigning TGL Texas Heavyweight Champion, Hammer Hadley and so much more!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Greg Keith versus Hammer Hadley

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Greg Keith defeated Hammer Hadley in 13:16 by submission with a Proton Lock.


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“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith is backstage preparing for an interview. Standing next to him is Marjorie Oxford, director of CWL programming and currently acting as backstage interviewer while Hailey Hunter fulfills the role of representative to CWL management. Before she can raise the microphone to her mouth, Bulldozer his blasted from the side by a steel chair. He drops to a knee and he’s hit with the steel chair again. Wielding the steel chair is Alexander Vasquez -- the Butcher. The Butcher slides the chair over the left arm of Bulldozer and stops on it. Smith yelps in agony as security arrives to the scene to pull Vasquez away before he can do any more damage.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Selina Svelte

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Selina Svelte in 7:05 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Houston Handley versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had decent wrestling but non-existent crowd heat, Harriet Blais defeated Houston Handley in 8:59 by pinfall.


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Father Grim and The Fallen are standing in a prerecorded video. It is silent. Just the sound of intense breathing. Grim just smiles. It is an intense, creepy scene.

Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

The Stone Foundation versus The Stone Breakers

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, Hugh Ancrie and Robby Griffin defeated Dan Stone III and Nolan Dunn in 13:23 when Robby Griffin defeated Dan Stone III by pinfall with a Flying Fist Drop following interference from Sonny Wildside.


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  • CWL has signed Skip Beau, The Fighting Irish, and The Masked Stranger to contracts. They are said to be roster-filling moves as CWL is not ready to call up anyone else from developmental at this point.
  • Turner Bradley has signed with CWL. Turner Bradley is a graduate of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling and began his career with CWL before he moved on to RIPW. He will be reporting to TGL.
  • Brent Watson has been signed to a developmental deal. He will report to TGL.



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The Flow
Skip Beau
Age: 32 [12 years pro]
Size:Muscular Heavyweight
Finishing moves:
Flow Down

Overview:
Skip "The Flow" Beau is a young Canadian worker from Toronto. The 6'5 and 280lb youngster is a 2010 graduate of the DeColt Power House, debuting on the main roster after graduation. Beau is a decent if unspectacular brawler at this stage in his career but has the potential to improve dramatically given experience.

Career Highlights:
None As of Yet





Robbie McNamara
Age: 39 [21 years pro]
Size:Toned Lightweight
Finishing moves:
Subway STF

Overview:

The character of Robbie McNamara first came to light as one half of The Fighting Irish tag team, alongside Jason O'Conner, a young duo who started working for North Of The Border Pro Wrestling in January 2007. Prior to that, Robbie was better known as "The Dealer" Crockett Tubbs, an independent wrestler from the New York area. A three year pro, he had rarely wrestled outside of the Tri State area before, but was considered perfect for the new tag team that the company wanted to put together.

He worked for NOTBPW for seven years before being released and returning to the independent scence. In 2022, he was picked up by CWL alongside his partner Jason O’Conner to add some depth to the tag team division.

Career Highlights:
NOTBPW Canadian Tag Team Championship [x3]
NYCW Tri-State Regional Championship
NYCW Tag Team Championship





Jason O’Conner
Age: 36 [18 years pro]
Size:Lightweight
Finishing moves:
Stretch Plum

Overview:

Conner Threepwood is a wrestler from Indiana who is probably best known for his seven year run with NOTBPW in Canada where he worked under the name Jason O'Conner, one half of the Fighting Irish tag team alongside Robbie McNamara. Originally trained by Acid, he was one the brightest talents on the US independent scene in the mid 2000s, then working as 'C. H. Threepwood', prior to going to NOTBPW. Since leaving them he has returned to America and after several years of working the independent scene, he got the call from CWL to be apart of their attempt to add depth to the tag team division.

Career Highlights:
NOTBPW Canadian Tag Team Championship [x3]
FCW People’s Championship.





Masked Stranger
Age: 32 [13 years pro]
Size:Muscular Middleweight
Finishing moves:
Cobra Clutch

Overview:

The Masked Stranger first started appearing on independent shows around Florida in early 2010 and it didn't take long for people to start talking about him as a definite prospect for the future given his undoubted skill. Somehow he came to the attention of Nemesis, who brought him in to Invincible Pro Wrestling in late 2012 as part of his efforts to bolster a depleted roster. The Stranger may not be the usual IPW worker, but he managed to establish himself as a unique and dependable member of the roster.

He worked for IPW for eight years while also doing several tours of Japan for PGHW and a year on the roster of BHOTWG.

Career Highlights:
IPW Heavyweight Championship [x2]
IPW Californian Championship [x2]
WPL Nationwide Championship
L-Ring Arena Championship





Turner Bradley
Age: 23 [4 years pro]
Size:Muscular Light Heavyweight
Finishing moves:
Red Spike

Overview:

Turner Bradley is a Regular Wrestler, trained at the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling, who turned pro in February 2018. Fighting out of Michigan, he is 6'2 and 269lbs and makes a good babyface or heel. He comes across as a bad ass. He usually finishes opponents with the 'Red Spike'.

Career Highlights:
None Yet





Brent Watson
Age: 19 [Rookie Year]
Size:Muscular Big Heavyweight
Finishing moves:
Sentinel Powerbomb

Overview:

Brent Watson is a Brawler, trained at the WWA: USA, who joined the world of pro wrestling in October 2022. The Samoan is 6'6 and 320lbs and is naturally a babyface. He plays brutish gimmicks well. He uses the 'Sentinel Powerbomb' as a finisher.

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I looked down at Cora, who was at this moment asleep on my chest. I was at work and she was strapped to me with one of those BabyBjörn gimmicks that Mariah had gotten me and insisted I wear. I didn’t like to take Cora to the office with me, but Marjorie had a doctor’s appointment that KC was taking her too and Mariah was sick and couldn’t watch the baby -- so here I was. Cora was a couple of months old and was, by and large, a good baby. She was only fussy when she got really hungry, really tired, or needed a diaper change. She smiled a lot. She was six months old and cooed and laughed and had just the most beautiful eyes a baby ever had -- but I was definitely biased in that regard. I was a Pappa after all. Her Pappa. My wife and I had decided that we would go with the Finnish Pappa and Mummo for Grandpa and Grandma. Mariah, despite her Western-European name (her mother named her after some Jane Austen character that was named Maria but was pronounced with with the long ‘I’ -- though some people think she must have been named after that song “They Call The Wind Maria” from Paint Your Wagon, but they’d be mistaken, is very Finnish. Her Father’s side is one hundred percent Finnish and her mother was three-quarters Finnish -- they just loved the name Mariah. Her maiden name was Koskinen. As a mutt, I could care less.

I looked down at Cora. Her little fists were curled up against my chest. Her face turned against my chest. It was adorable. Heart-meltingly adorable. I looked across the conference table at the other two men with me. Ricky Dale Johnson and Sean McFly, my number two and number three. Together, as a trio, we were the driving creative force behind Continental Wrestling. Ricky and Sean had taken over the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling for me because with the expanse of CWL, I couldn’t promote the towns, manage the finances and do all of the things that a promoter needed to do and train new talent. So I left that up to Ricky and Sean. They also made all of the TVs. Ricky was our lead color commentator. Sean was my number two producer. I could time the shows and be on the headset with the truck and Sean could be in the back with the workers helping. We had developed into a finely tuned unit.

“It’s been a little while since we’ve produced a graduate. Any word on when the new guys will be ready?” I asked them. I didn’t mince words, I didn’t beat around the bush with them. They were professionals. I treated them as such -- and as a response, they treated me as such.

“End of the month. Beginning of January. Got three kids that’ll be ready. My nephew. His best friend and a girl from Alaska who has taken to the business like a fish to water.” Ricky said in his thick Texas drawl.

“Your nephew?” I asked him. I wasn’t aware that Ricky had a nephew, let alone one that was training to wrestle.

“My sister’s kid. He’s a good kid. Idolizes Pistol Pete Hall. He’s got a good head for the game. We’ll see how he develops, but he could be somethin’.” Ricky said.

“It’s a good group.” Sean added. “They work hard. Joel will loving having them.”

I nodded my head. “Okay, so we have some graduates coming up end of the month who will be ready for January. That’s good to know. That brings us to January. We have this month planned out -- we know where we are at and where we want to be at the end of this month, but where do we want to go for January?”

Sean leaned back in his seat. “I think we should do another New Year’s Rumble to start January off. Last year’s created some really good stories with Matty Faith winning. It led to him winning the strap at Wrestling Summit and set us up for some great business. Why not try to replicate that?”

Ricky nodded his head. “I agree. There are a couple of guys that we could put over in it. Riley. Ash. Cameron. Ross. Primus. Jeffery. All six of those guys would be good candidates -- and that is just coming off the top of the head. Matty could repeat. We could go with Logan coming back from his vacation. Franklin now that he’s back. We have a lot of options.”

It was my turn to nod. I wasn’t sitting -- with Cora strapped to my chest it was easier to stand and truthfully, at sixty-one years old I needed to stay active. The doctor had recently diagnosed me with osteoarthritis in both knees. My weight was under control -- I hadn’t gained a pound in years. I was still active in the gym but because of my time as a promoter I had grown more sedentary. With Cora strapped to my chest, it forced me to not sit. To work while standing. It was a different feeling, but I felt like I was doing better work. “Yeah. I like that. The networks mentioned in September that if we wanted to do a two hour special we could. Maybe we start the year off with one?”

Ricky and Sean took a long moment to mull this over. It was Ricky who spoke first. “I think that could work. Gives us a full hour for the Rumble and then some angles, maybe an undercard match or two. It’ll work nicely.”

Sean took a drink from his cup of coffee and gave the thumbs up -- he gave a lot of thumbs up -- it was his way of agreeing without having to speak.

“We’re in agreement then.” I said as I reached over to the table for my water. I took a quick drink, careful not to wake the sleeping Cora. “What do we think of where we’re at? Spencer on top. Jaime as Women’s Champ. Funakoshi. Homegrown. Any changes?”

Sean shrugged. “None that I can see. At least, nothing that deviates from the plan. Spencer has really been running with the ball. He’s become a real locker room leader. He’s taken the mantle of being ‘the guy’ seriously. It’s been really good to see. And Jaime has been an absolute pleasure in the locker room. It was what, two weeks ago where she had the whole locker room in stitches from her impressions? She does a killer Robert Oxford by the way.”

“I bet.” I said dryly. “What about Homegrown? Do you think they’ve found their stride as a team?”

Ricky nodded and removed the ever present Stetson El Presidente hat, this one was ‘silverbelly’ in color. It’s a thousand dollar hat and one of two he wore on a daily basis (he had the same hat in black). On show days, he wore the five thousand dollar Diamante Stetson -- it had real diamonds on the strap and buckle. People assumed the Stetson was just a gimmick for Ricky, but it wasn’t. He was a real cowboy. Owned a fifteen hundred acre ranch in South Texas -- just outside of Tilden. He also owned a smaller, five hundred acre ranch on the Colorado/Wyoming border that he spent his weekends and some weeknights at. It was about an hour away from where we were based and he didn’t mind making the commute. “I think they have.” The big cowboy said. “It took ‘em awhile. They aren’t natural tag team wrestlers, either one of them. I understand that. Me and Skulls had to learn to do it in Texas and we turned into a pretty good duo, it wasn’t until probably halfway through our second run with the belts that we figured it out though. They’re figuring it out -- and we desperately need a top babyface team right now.”

“We definitely do. We’ve got the Rejects. The Hazard Gang. The European Stretching Crew. Bowen Services. Samoan Demolition. The Fallen. Good crews of guys, but we need a babyface anchor. We can’t rely on The Mission and KC and Riley have other things planned.” Sean said and I did agree with him. The Keith Brothers had spun off into singles, they’d still team from time to time, but they were working other programs. The Stone Foundation was ultimately my hope at building a strong babyface trio that could team together in different units. David was a hell of a worker but he was young and I didn’t want to push him to the top of the mountain too soon. His brother and their friend would make a good duo, but they were rookies and needed some seasoning before they could be the top faces. So right now, Homegrown was going to do the job. Eventually, they’d have to go singles. I hadn’t decided how I wanted to do that yet, but that wouldn’t happen for awhile.

“And Funakoshi?” I asked.

“Doing the job we need him to do to get to where we want to go. The next couple of months are going to be big for him. Let’s see if he can fully transition into being a star here.” Ricky said honestly. Funakoshi was a hell of a talent and was doing well so far, but he had only joined us at the end of October. It was still to early to tell what ol’ Lionheart was going to be capable of.

I took another drink of water and was greeted by the familiar yawn-turned-giggle of a now awake Cora. She looked up at me. It was feeding time. “I better feed her. Let’s meet again soon to discuss that Rumble and the seventh Anniversary. We need to make it huge.”
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Pat Warner, professionally known as Torment or Killer Shark, put another forty-five plate on each side of the weight bar. This brought the total weight on the bar to four hundred five pounds. He was a freak of nature in the gym. A man who trained like the monster he portrayed on television. Beads of sweat lined his forehead as he got underneath the bar. He did not have a spotter -- but he also knew that save dropping the bar on his head and knocking himself out cold -- he would be okay. His hands gripped the bar and he exhaled. He inhaled and exhaled once more.

“Pat!” Her voice called from inside the house. He was in the one-car garage of their thousand square foot bungalow house that they were renting.

“Yeah?” He called back.

“You want salmon or cod for your next meal?” She asked.

He had to laugh at this. She was very concerned with his diet. She knew that he took his routine very carefully. He was up at five in the morning every morning. He took an energy supplement and then did cardio on the bike they had in the gym -- the bike was better than running because it saved his knees -- then breakfast after the hour of cardio. His breakfast consisted of ten ounces of fish -- cod or salmon -- two whole eggs and two cups of oatmeal. That was the first of seven meals. After breakfast, he did ninety minutes of weight training. He hated training in public. He hated training in public. He was a massive physical specimen. He was a head turner everywhere he went and to avoid the extra eyes, he trained at home -- but it also meant that his girlfriend liked to cook for him. It had been that way for six months, they’d been living together for the last month. Sure it was fast, but this was the wrestling business. You lived in the fast lane.

Houston Handley, his girlfriend, popped her head into the garage. “Did you hear me? I asked if you wanted salmon or cod. I’m about to get prepped.”

He just smiled at her. “Yeah, I heard you. I just got lost in my train of thought. Can I get cod -- I had salmon with breakfast.”

She smiled at him. She had the kind of smile that would light the whole room up -- with her dyed red hair and wide-set hazel eyes she was a head turner herself. Attractive and in-shape, she didn’t take her training as seriously as he did, but few people did. “Sure thing. Pan-seared cod it is. I was thinking of making you some cauliflower and asparagus to go with it.”

He nodded. “That sounds great.”

“Good. Should be ready by the time you’re done.”

He smiled and bent back under the bar. He lifted the bar up and began to pump. This was a muscle-mass building set. Heavy weight, low reps. As he lifted, he thought about where he was at in his life. He had been a professional wrestler for eleven years now. He had started in TCW and achieved moderate success but left when they didn’t use him how he ultimately wanted to be used. A six feet ten, four hundred and thirty pounds of solid muscle he was a mountain of a man. He knew that. He had bet on himself and CWL had bet on him and in the process he had fallen in love.

He wasn’t afraid to admit it -- it helped that she could cook like no one’s business. That good old fashioned southern cooking. Learned it from her grandma kind of cooking. He was thirty two years old and life… life was good.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, December 2022.
Filmed at: Elison’s [Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 4,324
Rating: .54 [407,350 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 jam packed Elison’s overlooking the Pacific Ocean. We are a week removed from Thanksgiving Thunder where we saw the shocking return of former two-time United States Champion Franklin Rush when he appeared to align with Bowen Services and helped Spencer Spade retain the North American Heavyweight Championship. What impact will that have tonight and on CWL going forward?

RDJ: I can only imagine the repercussions. You know Matthew Keith cannot be happy and is going to want to get his hands on Franklin Rush. Who does that leave to challenge Spencer Spade at Christmas Chaos.

JS: We could find that out sooner rather than later, because Spencer Spade and Lisa Bowen are scheduled to be in the ring next!



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Spencer Spade and Lisa Bowen walk out to the ring and they look as pleased as we have ever seen them. Lisa is still carrying the North American Heavyweight Championship. Spencer Spade is glad in a custom-tailored suit. They climb into the ring and Spencer Spade takes a microphone.

SS: “Thank you. Thank you. Thank you all for your praise. For your congratulations.”

The crowd boos heavily.

SS: “It means a lot to me. Matthew Keith and I had a war at Thanksgiving Thunder -- at at the end of it, after a grueling match, I stood tall as North American Heavyweight Champion. It took everything I had, but I proved that I am a better wrestler than Matthew Keith. Thank you for acknowledging that.”

The boos get louder and louder.

SS: “As the standard bearer for Continental Wrestling, for what it means to be at the top of the sport -- at the top of your game -- for what it means to be the best -- I can tell you that Matthew Keith is a hell of a wrestler, he’s just not as good as me -- but that is because no one is as good of a wrestler as me. I’m the best professional wrestler, I’m the best sports entertainer, I’m the best individual in the sport today. There’s nothing I can’t do. There’s no one I can’t beat. I’m the greatest. I prove that night in and night out. It’s why I get the big money. It’s why I’m about to buy a brand new six thousand square foot house in Cherry Hill. It’s why I drive a brand new Cadillac or have a limosuine cart me around. It’s why I eat in five star restaurants and sit in VIP boxes at basketball and football games -- the special guests of the owners. I live the VIP life, because I am the Supreme Star and Matthew Keith found out first hand that he --”



Spencer Spade is cut off by the arrival of Greg Keith, twin brother of Matthew Keith and winner of the 2022 Gold Rush tournament. Greg Keith, who despite being slightly smaller than his brother is probably the better pure wrestler stops on the entryway. He has a microphone in his hand, but before he can talk Spade starts in on him.

SS: “What are you doing out here? I already beat your brother. I already put him down because he’s not in my league. What makes you think you’re in my league? You don’t belong in the ring with me. If your brother couldn’t hang with me, what makes you think you can?”

GK: “If you’d shut up, I can tell you. My brother is a great wrestler. One of the best wrestlers on the planet, but he and I are two different wrestlers. I’m the 2022 Gold Rush winner. I’m the only person to win the Gold Rush Tournament, Oxford Invitational, Rip Chord Invitational, and Sam Keith Classic. I’m a whole different kind of animal than my brother and quite frankly, when I won the Gold Rush tournament, I guarenteed myself a future shot at the North American Heavyweight Championship. I spoke with Hailey Hunter earlier today and she spoke with CWL upper management and we all agreed. At Christmas Chaos, I’m going to get my shot at the North American Heavyweight Championship. At Christmas Chaos, I’m going to prove to you Spencer that as good as you are, you aren’t untouchable -- because you are great wrestler -- you’re the champion, but when you step into the ring with me, you’re stepping into the ring with a man who has done what no one else has ever done -- and I’m going to end my year with another crowning achievement. I’ll see you at Christmas Chaos.”


Opening Match
Six Man Tag
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Stone Foundation vs. Samoan Mafia
In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, The Stone Foundation (David Stone, Dan Stone III and Nolan Dunn) defeated Samoan Mafia (Charger Siaki, King Malietoa and The Brisbane Devil) in 9:26 when David Stone defeated The Brisbane Devil by pinfall with a German Suplex.


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“The Evolution” Primus Allen is backstage. He’s in front of a backdrop and photos are being taken of him. He’s being asked some questions, it looks like it is probably for an upcoming YouTube release. Suddenly, the photographer screams as she’s pushed out of the way and Allen is attacked by all three members of The Fallen. Someone screams ‘Get security’ as The Fallen smash one of the lighting rigs over Allen’s back. Security is quick to the scene with Sean McFly leading the charge. The Fallen backs off -- their point having been proven.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus Harriet Blais
In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Harriet Blais defeated Foxxy LaRue in 9:30 by pinfall.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus Nigel Svensson

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Nigel Svensson defeated Ray Badell in 7:10 by pinfall.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Cornerstone” Riley McManus versus Sgt. Bison

In a bout that had good wrestling but little heat, Riley McManus defeated Sgt. Bison in 8:16 by pinfall with a Slingshot Suplex.


Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Duval Dubois & Jacob Keith vs. The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, The Hazard Gang defeated Duval Dubois and Jacob Keith in 8:56 when Cowboy Buck Winchester defeated Jacob Keith by pinfall with a Neckbreaker.


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“Can I get a hand down here?” Brooke Tyler called out. She was trying to take the ceiling fan down from the ceiling of the house she just bought. She was comfortable that she had job security -- she had a written contract and her fiance had an exclusive deal now too. So she’d bought a house. Nothing special. Just a Bungalow -- they’re incredibly common in Denver -- but she discovered today that her living room ceiling fan was broken so she was replacing it. She was fairly handy -- but she also overestimated the weight of the fan and the angle of standing on the step stool.

Hugh Ancrie, her fiance, came ambling from the backyard where he was putting the finishing touches on the six-foot privacy fence that he was putting in. Hugh was far handier than people realized. He was a great carpenter -- plus Brooke couldn’t lie, she liked watching him work with his hands.

“What’s up?” He asked in his very relaxed -- he was perpetually relaxed and calm -- way.

“I need a hand with the fan.” She said and he joined her on the small ladder and reached up -- holding the fan for her while she finished taking it down.

“You want me to take it to the trash.” He asked and she nodded her head.

“Yeah, and then can you hold up the new one so I can screw it in?”

“Absolutely.” He said.

Brooke liked this being a homeowner thing. She liked getting to set up her house. She liked doing the work herself -- with Hugh. They had set a date for the wedding, they were going to get married right after Wrestling Summit VII. The Sunday after to be exact. They got the house early.

Hugh came back in and lifted the new fan up. He held it up for her and Brooke looked at him and then the fan. She was happy. She hadn’t been happy in Canada. She had made some friends and fallen in love with Hugh, but she was American. She wanted to be in America. It was her home and despite her success as two time NOTBPW Women’s Champion, it wasn’t *home*. She felt at home here. She could relax like she’d never been able to up north. It was easier for her. More familiar.

She finished screwing in the new ceiling fan and stepped off the stool. “Thanks.” She said to Hugh. They weren’t particularly mushy people. They didn’t show a lot of emotions. They didn’t use ‘I love you’ a lot. It wasn’t their style. But they did love each other and in just a few months they would be married.

She inhaled and let out a low breath. Things were coming together for her. She had been in limbo when NOTBPW didn’t resign her. When she’d been allowed to walk. Almost a year of just making random indy shots, nothing stable. This was stable. This was perfect.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 2, December 2022.
Filmed at: The Skid Row Club [New England, USA]
In Attendance: 1,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .54 [412,480 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 Skid Row Club in New England. In our main event tonight, The Stone Foundation of David and Dan Stone III will be in tag team action as they square off against The European Stretching Crew. This is a major opportunity for the European duo as David Stone is a former two-time United States Champion and both he and his brother Dan are highly touted prospects.

RDJ: Neither has the experience of either man in the European Stretching Crew, though. Both are very experience, world-traveled grapplers that will provide an incredible challenge.

JS: We’re also scheduled to hear from Matthew Keith -- who I’m sure has something to say regarding Franklin Rush’s involvement in his match at Thanksgiving Thunder -- but first, after attacking Brandon Smith a couple of weeks ago, tonight the Butcher and The Bulldozer will go one on one.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
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“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus “The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Bulldozer Brandon Smith defeated Alexander Vasquez in 12:39 by disqualification.


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PA: Last week, I was minding my own business when I was blindsided by The Fallen. They broke a light over my back -- it took the CWL trainer an hour and a half to pull all the pieces of shattered glass out of my back. An hour and a half I spent laying on my belly, bleeding from by back because of an attack. Fallen, y’all weren’t on my radar. I was focusing on getting back to challenge Spencer Spade for the North American Heavyweight Championship. That’s what I wanted, but y’all took my attention from that. Now I’m focused on you. Focused on what you’ve done to me. So I got in touch with two friends of mine. Guys I’ve known for years. You’ve probably heard of them. They’re held four World Tag Team Championships. They’re a dominant team. I’m talking about The Mission. Matty Faith and Ranger. They’re going to stand by my side and at Christmas Chaos, they’re going to fight y’all with me. So I hope the attack on me was worth it, ‘cause now you’re going to get your asses whipped.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Flow” Skip Beau versus “The Second Generation Superstar” Cameron Vessey

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Cameron Vessey defeated Skip Beau in 9:30 by pinfall with a Vessey Driver II.


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MK: Imagine my surprise when I had my match at Thanksgiving Thunder in the palm of my hand.. The North American Heavyweight Championship was in my grasp. I could feel it in my palms. I could taste the victory mixed with the blood that was flowing from the cut above my eye. It was right there, but then Franklin Rush got involved. A guy I didn’t even know was employed, a guy that Lisa Bowen must have snuck in under a jacket or through a back door -- he cost me the North American Heavyweight Championship. Well Franklin, I guess you’re back now. Back in Continental Wrestling. I guess you’ve been paroled from that prison in Rhode Island that so many guys have gotten trapped in and you decided that you had to align with that she-devil Lisa Bowen. So now, because of that, I’m going to break you in half. I hope you’re ready for what’s coming, Franklin.

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Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Harriet Blais defeated Amber Allen in 10:33 by pinfall by using underhanded tactics.


Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

The Stone Foundation versus The European Stretching Crew

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Nigel Svensson and Pavel Vanzycha defeated David Stone and Dan Stone III in 16:08 when Nigel Svensson defeated Dan Stone III by submission with a Hyper Extension Arm Lock after Hugh Ancrie interfered.

David Stone carried the match in terms of in-ring performance.


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