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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, December 2022.
Filmed at: The War Memorial Auditorium [Mid West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .54 [409,130 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 and we are directly on the heels of Christmas Chaos. We will not spoil the show for you here because the entire show will be airing in a replay after this show. We can say that you do not want to miss what many are already calling the best show in CWL history.

RDJ: You sure don’t want to miss it, but tonight we have a lot of action in store for you. Ash Campbell is in action. Riley McManus. KC Glenn. Plus, Brandon Smith and Alexander Vasquez look to settle a score.



Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Flanders & Newton versus The Uprising

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, The Uprising defeated Pearl Flanders and Teresa Newton in 8:47 when Talia Quinzel defeated Pearl Flanders by pinfall with a Spinal Trauma.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Grudge Match

“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus “The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Alexander Vasquez defeated Bulldozer Brandon Smith in 12:14 by submission.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Masked Stranger versus Ash Campbell w. Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Ash Campbell defeated Masked Stranger in 11:52 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

KC Glenn vs. Sgt. Bison

In a bout that had good wrestling but little heat, KC Glenn defeated Sgt. Bison in 10:19 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band.


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David Stone, Dan Stone III, Nolan Dunn and Lucy Stone-McFly cut a backstage promo.

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Cornerstone” Riley McManus versus “Top Rope” Robby Griffin

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Riley McManus defeated Robby Griffin in 7:58 by pinfall with a Slingshot Suplex after a distraction from David Stone.


Overall


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Hello all! That brings a conclusion to our 2022 calendar year in the game. I've attached a google form link to this post [I don't know how to do what togg does and embed the form in the post]. The link is for the 2022 Year End Awards! You guys, the readers, get to play the part of the fans and vote for your favorites and they will be worked into narratives coming up.

I'm going to leave the poll up through Monday, probably 4:00PM EST before I begin to make any announcements or narratives about it!

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Year End Awards from TotalExtremeWrestling.com Announced

The 2022 Year End Awards from TotalExtremeWrestling.com were published early Monday Morning. As an official partner website, we are able to repost them here.
  • Wrestler of the Year - Nicky Champion [SOTBPW]
  • Tag Team of the Year - Loxley Robbins & Nicky Gilbert [RAW]
  • Female Wrestler of the Year - Zoe Ammis [NOTBPW]
  • Young Wrestler of the Year - Sadatake Tamura [WLW]
  • Veteran Wrestler of the Year - Adam Matravers [21CW]
  • Independent Wrestler of the Year - Vincente Medina
  • Company of the Year - South of the Border Pro Wrestling
  • Most Improved Company of the Year - World Level Wrestling
  • Event of the Year - SOTBPW LuchaMania 10
  • Match of the Year - Nicky Champion versus Champagne Lover [SOTBPW]
  • Manager of the Year - Emma Chase [SWF]
  • Announcer of the Year - Duane Fry [SWF]
  • Color Commentator of the Year - Armando Caballero [SOTBPW]
  • Referee of the Year - Shihei Nagano [PGHW]
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TotalExtremeWrestling.com announces Top 500.

Every year TotalExtremeWrestling.com announces their list -- the officially accepted list -- of the top five hundred professional wrestlers. The list was led by 2022 Wrestler of the Year Nicky Champion, this is the second time Hawkeye has led the list. The Top Five were:
  1. Nicky Champion
  2. Blood Raven
  3. Shooter Sean Deeley
  4. Jay Chord
  5. El Alborotado Confiado

The top five was dominated by South of the Border Pro Wrestling, who had three of the top five spots, and North of the Border Pro Wrestling who had the other two slots. CWL was well represented in the Top 500.


162. Alicia Strong
179. Lucy Stone-McFly
196. KC Glenn
200. Greg Keith
217. Matthew Keith
228. Matty Faith
232. Spencer Spade
237. Johnny Anderson
238. Keith Holly
260. Ranger
264. Primus Allen
270. Masked Stranger
288. Ash Campbell
297. Cameron Vessey
298. David Stone
300. Riley McManus
303. Scythe
304. Hellion
309. Clyde Puder
313. Ross Henry
324. Torment
326. Harvey Robbinfield
334. Jakob Yoder
335. Jeffery Aroma
342. Brandon Smith
344. Jaime Quine
362. James Diaz
364. Funakoshi
369. Logan Diaz
417. Wes Revell
429. Alexander Vasquez
430. Hugh Ancrie
439. Pavel Vanzycha
450. Amber Allen
456. Tiffany Jade
458. Brooke Tyler
468. Foxxy LaRue
469. Houston Handley
483. Buck Winchester
485. Sonny Wildside
493. Nigel Svenson


Ten current members of the TGL roster were also included on the Top 500 list.

359. Carl DiBiase
396. Raymond Diaz
399. Floyd Reeves
421. Leon Pena
434. Paul Barnes
435. Luis Cummo
436 Rocky Weatherfield
461. Kurt Cummo
484. Owen Love
488. The Acolyte

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CWL officially announces its Top Twenty Matches

With it being 2023, the ContinentalWrestlingLeague.com staff has gone through TotalExtremeWrestling.com's official critical ratings of matches to put together a comprehensive list of the twenty best reviewed matches in the company's history.
  • Spencer Spade def. Greg Gauge - Christmas Chaos 2022 - B+
  • Spencer Spade def. Ross Henry - The Last Hard Men (‘22) - B+
  • Ash Campbell def. Matty Faith - Independence (‘22) - B+
  • Primus Allen & The Mission def. The Fallen - Christmas Chaos 2022 - B+
  • The Devil’s Rejects def. Homegrown - SNSM July 2022 - B
  • David Stone def. Cameron Vessey - SNSM February 2022 - B
  • The Mission def. McMaus & Aroma - Summer Spectacular ‘21 - B
  • Spencer Spade def. Primus Allen - Halloween Throwdown ‘22 - B
  • Ross Henry def. Gino Montero - Halloween Throwdown ‘22 - B
  • Jaime Quine def. Tiffany Jade - Halloween Throwdown ‘22 - B
  • Matty Faith def. Ash Campbell - The Last Hard Men (‘22) - B
  • David Stone draws with Cameron Vessey - Halloween Throwdown ‘21 - B
  • The Keith Brothers def The Devil’s Rejects & The Fallen - No Law or Order 7- B
  • David Stone def “Hollywood” Bret Starr - Wrestling Summit VII - B
  • Ash Campbell def Primus Allen - SNSM Sep 2022 - B
  • Jeffery Aroma def David Stone - Gold Rush VII Night Two - B
  • The Devil’s Rejects def Georgia Bulldogs - Fire On The Mountain 6 - B
  • The Fallen def Georgia Bulldogs - Oxford Invitational V - B
  • The Keith Brothers def The Fallen - Wrestling Summit VII - B
  • Alicia Strong def. Lucy Stone-McFly - Wrestling Summit VII - B
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CWL officially announces its Top Ten Shows

With it being 2023, the ContinentalWrestlingLeague.com staff has gone through TotalExtremeWrestling.com's official critical ratings of shows that CWL has put on over the course of the company's history.
  • Christmas Chaos (Dec 22) - B+
  • The Last Hard Men (Sep 22) - B
  • Halloween Throwdown (Oct 22) - B
  • Independence (July 22) - B
  • Anniversary VI (Jan 22) - B
  • Summer Spectacular (Jun 22) - B
  • Oxford Invitational V Night One (Apr 22) - B
  • Saturday Night Slammasters (Sep 22) - B
  • No Law or Order 7 [Feb 22] - B
  • Gold Rush VII, Night One - B

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Year End Poll Live

For the first time in its seven year history, Continental Wrestling League will be opening up the polls to the fans. 2022 was a landmark year for the organization and we want to celebrate by hearing from you our fans. Who do you think the Wrestler of the Year was? What about Tag Team? Click on the poll below to let us now.

The winners will be revealed the night before the Seventh Anniversary show when we livestream the award ceremony.

Cast your votes now!

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New Champions Crowned

The Global Wrestling Council has crowned a new World’s Heavyweight Champion. Kozume Kawashima defeated Tetsunori Yasuda to become the new World Heavyweight Champion. Yasuda had managed three successful defenses prior to losing to Kawashima. Both men are full-time wrestlers with Pride Glory Honor Wrestling which has now tied Australian Pro Wrestling with two World Heavyweight Champions.

Kozume Kawashima joins World Junior Heavyweight Champion Marcello Ricci, World Women’s Champion Alicia Strong, World Tag Team Champions Akinori Kwakami & Simon Flemmingway and World Six Man Champions The Fallen as the representatives for the Global Wrestling Council as we start 2023.

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New Graduates from Rocky Mountain School Of Wrestling Signed

Continental Wrestling League has announced the signing of three new graduates of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling. Dave Derringer, who is the nephew of currently Continental Wrestling League color commentator and the head trainer of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling, Ricky Dale Johnson was the lead signee of the class. He is joined by Johnny Rain and Serena Savage. All three wrestlers will be reporting to Texas Grappling League to begin their professional careers.



Dave Derringer
Age: 19 [Rookie Year]
Size:Bulky Middleweight
Finishing moves:
Lariat
Cattle Rush [he lifts the opponent across his chest, then rams them first into one corner, then again into the opposite one. He finally blasts them with a powerslam to finish.]
Southern Justice [Falling Side Slam]

Overview:

Dave Derringer is the nephew of legendary wrestler Ricky Dale Johnson. He was trained by his uncle after he graduated high school. At 245 pounds and 6’ tall, he’s a hoss to be sure. He works in a very similar style as his uncle but has clearly been influenced by his other idol, Pistol Pete Hall. He uses a Lariat as his finish but also uses Pete Hall’s Cattle Rush and his Uncle’s Southern Justice.

Career Highlights:
None As Of Yet





Johnny Rain
Age: 20 [Rookie Year]
Size:Toned Middleweight
Finishing moves:
Rain Fall [Top Rope Clothesline]
Rain Drop [Unprettier]

Overview:

Johnny Rain is a January 2023 graduate of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling. From Chicago, Illinois originally he stands 6’ and weighs in at 230 pounds. He’s an entertainer who is a natural babyface good at playing wholesome, underdog style characters.

Career Highlights:
None As Of Yet





Serena
Age: 17 [Rookie Year]
Size:Toned Small
Finishing moves:
The Fallout [Diving DDT]
The Callout [Lasso from El Paso]

Overview:

Serena Savage is a January 2023 graduate of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling. From Alaska originally she stands 5’8” and weighs 180 pounds. She’s a cruiserweight who is a natural heel and plays brute characters very well.

Career Highlights:
None As Of Yet


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Graduate of Mid Atlantic Bootcamp signed

Continental Wrestling League has announced the official signing of Marvin Bowen to a developmental contract. Marvin Bowen is a graduate of the Mid Atlantic Bootcamp.



Marvin Bowen
Age: 20 [Rookie Year]
Size:Muscular Middleweight
Finishing moves:
Flying Knee Drop

Overview:

Marvin Bowen is a regular wrestler that trained at the Mid Atlantic Bootcamp. He made his professional debut in January 2023. He’s originally from Boston, Massachusetts but grew up in Lynchburg, Tennessee. He’s 6’ feet and 226lbs. Adept at playing both a face and a heel, Marvin delivers excellent clotheslines and uses the Flying Knee Drop as a finish.

Career Highlights:
None As Of Yet


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Brandon Smith to make a change
Former CWL United States Champion, "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith has announced that he will be reporting to Texas Grappling League to act as a trainer. The thirty-nine year old is in his nineteenth year as a professional wrestler. He is cited as having requested the move as he wants the opportunity to work with the younger generation as well as get off the road some -- as he feels that will prolong his career and make for a better quality of life for him as he approaches forty.

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New Promotion Announced

Harley Neil has officially announced the formation of Border Line Wrestling. In the official press release, it was stated that BLW will focus on a more adult-orientated product that attempts to appeal to the counter-culture currently popular in Scotland. He is said to have quality financial backers that will hopefully make up for the lack of sponsors that his small promotion will be able to get with its product.

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Two Hour Special Coming

Continental Wrestling League has announced that in association with its broadcast partners, The Synergy Network, Southern States TV, and Hawaii 50 that the first Saturday Night Slammasters of 2023 will be a two-hour special and will feature the return of the New Year’s Rumble to determine who will challenge Spencer Spade for the North American Heavyweight Championship at the Seventh Anniversary.

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Competitors For Rumble Announced

With the New Year’s Rumble coming up on the special two hour edition of Saturday Night Slammasters, CWL.com has been given a full listing of all thirty competitors that will be competing in the match. They are:

Alexander Vasquez, Ash Campbell, Cameron Vessey, Clyde Puder, Buck Winchester, David Stone, Franklin Rush, Funakoshi, Greg Keith, Harvey Robbinfield, Hellion, Jakob Yoder, James Diaz, Jeffery Aroma, Johnny Anderson, KC Glenn, Keith Holly, King Malietoa, Logan Diaz, Masked Stranger, Matthew Keith, Matty Faith, Wes Revell, Primus Allen, Ranger, Riley McManus, Ross Henry, Scythe, The Brisbane Devil, and Torment.

Who will punch their ticket to the main event of the Seventh Anniversary?

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Alicia Strong To Defend

On the two-hour special Saturday Night Slammaster, GWC World Women’s Champion Alicia Strong will put the championship on the line against top British Pro Wrestling female wrestler Shiori Jippensha. Strong is said to be in the gym training heavily for this match up.

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Title Changes in TGL!

Texas Grappling League saw two title changes recently when The Acolyte defeated Ralph Liotta for the Texas Junior Heavyweight Championship and The Can-Am Blondes defeated The Cummos to become Texas Tag Team Champions for the second time.

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Year End Poll Live

For the first time in its seven year history, Continental Wrestling League will be opening up the polls to the fans. 2022 was a landmark year for the organization and we want to celebrate by hearing from you our fans. Who do you think the Wrestler of the Year was? What about Tag Team? Click on the poll below to let us now.

The winners will be revealed the night before the Seventh Anniversary show when we livestream the award ceremony.

Cast your votes now!

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Predictions For The New Year's Rumble

There will be a prize for the winner.

Winner [2 points]:
Runner Up [2 points]:
Other Two Members Of Final Four [One Point Each]:
Most Eliminations [One Point]:
Iron Man [One Point]:
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Really enjoy your new format for the news, feels like you're developing the world a bit too, showing some news from the alliance and what not. Good stuff!

Also, what a PPV Christmas Chaos was!
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, January 2023.
Filmed at: Elison’s [Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 4,262
Rating: .56 [424,220 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 Elison’s overlooking the Pacific Ocean in beautiful Hawaii for our very first two-hour special. Tonight we have our New Year’s Rumble to determine who will challenge Spencer Spade for the North American Heavyweight Championship.

RDJ: It’s only the second ever New Year’s Rumble. Last year, Matty Faith survive twenty-nine other men to earn a championship opportunity -- can he repeat tonight? He has the chance. Will it be someone new?

JS: I’m going out on a limb here and saying Primus Allen is going to win it. The Evolution is as motivated as I’ve ever seen a wrestler get.



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Hailey Hunter stands in the center of the ring.

HH: Ladies and gentlemen let me introduce to you the man that will be challenging for the GWC World’s Heavyweight Championship at the Seventh Anniversary. The man who gets the opportunity of a lifetime. Mister Ross Henry!

Ross Henry walks out to a lot of cheers.

HH: Now Ross. You have the potential to be wrestling twice at the Seventh Anniversary Special. You’ll be challenging for the GWC World Heavyweight Championship and could also be challenging for the North American Heavyweight Championship if you win the New Year’s Rumble tonight. Are you sure you’re up for the challenge?

RH: Am I sure I’m up for the challenge? I’m planning on leaving the Seventh Anniversary as a double champion. I will represent the Continental Wrestling League with pride and with dignity and with honor. At Seventh Anniversary, I make history! Y’all better be there!

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Fighting Irish versus The Stone Breakers

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Hugh Ancrie and Sonny Wildside defeated The Fighting Irish in 10:29 when Hugh Ancrie defeated Robbie McNamara by pinfall with a Crying Game.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had great wrestling but didn't have much heat, Harriet Blais drew with Lucy Stone-McFly in 15:00 when the time limit expired.


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SS: They don’t wait at all, do they? They don’t let a man get some rest. After a war with Greg Keith -- a war that I won just like I said I would -- and they’re already having a match to find out who will challenge me at the Seventh Anniversary? No celebration for the champion? No honoring the North American Heavyweight Champion who has been dominant? Who is going into his second straight Anniversary show as champion? Who has elevated the entire company? No? Fine. Let’s find out who is going to get to step into the ring with me. Let’s find out who gets the honor of losing to me next.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Shiori Jippensha versus Alicia Strong © w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Alicia Strong defeated Shiori Jippensha in 17:25 by pinfall with a Strong Arm Tactic. Alicia Strong makes defence number 9 of her GWC World Women's title.


Main Event
New Year’s Rumble
30 Man Lottery Rumble
Winner Receives North American Heavyweight Title Shot at the 7th Anniversary

Featuring: Ash Campbell, Torment, Primus Allen, Funakoshi, Greg Keith, Keith Holly, The Brisbane Devil, Ross Henry, Cameron Vessey, Matty Faith, Scythe, Wes Revell, Jeffery Aroma, KC Glenn, Ranger, Harvey Robbinfield, Masked Stranger, Logan Diaz, Alexander Vasquez, Jakob Yoder, Riley McManus, Clyde Puder, Buck Winchester, David Stone, Franklin Rush, Hellion, Matty Faith, King Malietoa, Johnny Anderson, James Diaz

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Riley McManus won a battle royal in 60:14. The other members of the 'final four' were Torment, Cameron Vessey and Ross Henry, with Torment being the final elimination. Torment got the most eliminations over the course of the match; Franklin Rush set the record for surviving the longest.

Ross Henry broke his fingers in this contest.


Overall


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New Texas Junior Heavyweight Champion

Othello Morris defeated The Acolyte to become the Texas Junior Heavyweight Champion. This is Othello Morris first career championship. He is hoping to carry the championship for quite some time. The Acolyte had managed eight successful defenses prior to losing to Othello Morris.

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New Texas Women’s Champion Champion

Emma Bitch defeated Donna Cook to win the TGL Texas Women’s Championship. Emma Bitch is one of the veterans on the roster and this is her second win of the Texas Women’s Championship. Donna Cook had managed seven successful defenses before losing the Women’s Championship.

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Chad Funk Injured

TGL wrestler Chad Funk has suffered a broken neck in a match on a recent show. The injury was said to be a freak accident and not the fault of his opponent. He will be out for just over fourteen months recovering from the neck injury. We here at CWL.com wish him a speedy recovery.

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Samoan Mafia to TGL

Charger Siaki, King Malietoa, and The Brisbane Devil have been sent to Texas Grappling League to work. They were getting lost in the shuffle on the CWL roster and the hope is that all three men can find their legs and make their way back to the CWL roster in the near future.

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Really liking the new format, even if it makes following this diary all the more cumbersome It's like keeping up with a proper promotion, its announcements, signings etc. Keep up the good work, in my eyes The Climb has already earned Legendary status.
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Really liking the new format, even if it makes following this diary all the more cumbersome It's like keeping up with a proper promotion, its announcements, signings etc. Keep up the good work, in my eyes The Climb has already earned Legendary status.
Thank you! With it being a new year in game [2023 baybay], I wanted to update the news look. I feel like it needed to be improved and I wanted to give a fresh look to make the company and news feel more alive to go with the narratives that build the backstage.

Plus, I want y'all to have more to follow!
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 2, January 2023.
Filmed at: Grissom Auditorium [South West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .54 [407,950 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. Last week we found out that Riley McManus will challenge Spencer Spade for the North American Heavyweight Championship at the Seventh Anniversary.

JS: It was two years ago at the Fifth Anniversary that Riley McManus lost the COTT World Heavyweight Championship to Ross Henry. That was the last singles championship Riley has held. He’s been in a championship drought and last week was a major win for a man who has had many major wins here in CWL. At the Seventh Anniversary, can he have the same kind luck?

RDJ: We will find out!



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Spencer Spade and Lisa Bowen start the show standing in the center of the CWL ring. They are, as is customary, dressed to the nines with Lisa Bowen cradling the North American Heavyweight Championship for the reigning, defending champion Spencer Spade.

SS: So last week, I found out who I will be wrestling against at the Seventh Anniversary show. I found out that I’ve got to get into the ring with Riley McManus. The so-called Cornerstone of Continental Wrestling. A guy who has been here since day one and has been at the top of the mountain… but all of that was before I got here. All of that was before Continental Wrestling got elevated to the next level with the arrival of the Supreme Star.



Riley McManus’ theme music hits to interrupt Spencer Spade who looks none-to-happy with the interruption. Riley McManus walks out onto the entryway and pulls a microphone out of the waistband of his pants.

RM: How dare you, Spencer Spade. For months, I’ve sat in the back and listened to you talk about how good you are. How great Spencer Spade is. How you’re the greatest sports entertainer on the planet and all of that nonsense. I’ve sat in the back and I’ve bit my tongue because I wanted to be a good soldier. I didn’t want to make any waves. I was trying to get along, but last week I earned an opportunity to wrestle you at the Seventh Anniversary and I can’t hold my tongue any more. ‘Cause I’ve been here since day one. Since the first show seven years ago. This company was built on my blood and my sweat and my back. It was built on whatever I could sacrifice and I did so gladly. I poured everything I could into this company and for seven years I’ve given it everything I could. At Seventh Anniversary, I’m going to beat some respect into you.

SS: Beat some respect into me? You’re talking to the North American Heavyweight Champion! You’re talking to the greatest sports entertainer on the planet. You’re talking to the standard bearer. You’re talking to a guy that could beat you twice in the same night.

RM: Twice in the same night? Prove it. At the Seventh Anniversary, let’s have a two out of three falls match.

SS: You sure about that? You want to get embarrassed in the main event of the Anniversary show when I beat you two straight falls. Fine. You’re on.

Lisa Bowen looks very concerned about this development and Riley McManus is all smiles as we go to commercial break.


Opening Match
Six Man Tag Team
Fifteen Minute Time Limit


The Stone Foundation versus The Stone Breakers

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, The Stone Foundation (David Stone, Dan Stone III and Nolan Dunn) defeated The Stone Breakers (Sonny Wildside, Hugh Ancrie and Robby Griffin) in 11:09 when Dan Stone III defeated Robby Griffin by pinfall with a roll up.

In terms of in-ring work, David Stone was head and shoulders above everyone else.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Fighting Irish versus The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, The Hazard Gang defeated The Fighting Irish in 8:50 when Cowboy Buck Winchester defeated Robbie McNamara by pinfall with a Neckbreaker.


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BT: Several months ago, I had an opportunity at the Women’s Championship and I came up short, but I want another opportunity. Another chance to prove that I am as good as I tell people I am. So Jaime Quine. If you’re woman enough, let’s go one more time at the Seventh Anniversary.

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TJ: I know that Brooke Tyler wants an opportunity at the North American Women’s Championship, but so do I. I feel like I was robbed. It was a fluke that I lost and it won’t happen again. So Quine. What do you say?

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Glorious” Logan Diaz versus Nigel Svensson

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Logan Diaz defeated Nigel Svensson in 13:06 by pinfall with a Belly To Belly Suplex.


Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Return Of The Monster” James Diaz versus “The Omega Man” Harvey Robbinfield

In a decent match, James Diaz defeated Harvey Robbinfield in 9:43 by pinfall with a Death by Diaz.


Overall


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Primus Allen To Fight Again!

“The Evolution” Primus Allen has agreed to terms to take his third professional mixed martial arts fight. While Primus Allen is dedicated to his professional wrestling career, he enjoys the unique challenge that MMA brings to him. The former two-time North American Heavyweight Champion is 2-0 in his previous two fights, with both wins coming via knockout.

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Logan Diaz Reclassified

“Glorious” Logan Diaz has announced that he would like his professional wrestling style to be reclassified as a ‘technician.’ He has spent the first seven years of his career classified as a brawler. Diaz is a former two-time Florida State Wrestling Champion as an amateur and has always excelled in the technical style of professional wrestling and wanted to make clear that it will not take away from the physicality he has made his trademark over his seven year career as a professional.

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Maria Guest signed

Maria Guest, the protege of Farrah Hesketh has been signed to compete for TGL. Guest has been a professional wrestler for eight years and wrestled prominently for Queens of American Wrestling where she and Danielle Sweetheart became two-time QAW Tag Team Champions. The hope is that the spunky Guest can develop into a major player in the Women’s Division for CWL in the near future.

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Dash Roux Signed To Developmental Deal

Dash Roux, a 2019 graduate of the DeColt Power House has signed a developmental contract with CWL. The three year pro has carved out a name for himself as a top prospect in wrestling and at 270 pounds, the sky's the limit for the young man from Toronto.

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Maria Guest
Age: 28 [8 years pro]
Size: Toned Small
Finishing moves:
Figure Four Leglock
Flying Cross Body

Overview:
Maria Guest is a hot prospect from Missouri who was trained by former three-time AAA champion Farrah Hesketh. A natural athlete, Guest's main weapon is her technical skills, which allow her to work over an opponent's body part with alarming precision. She is particularly noted for targeting the knees, which is because she especially loves using the figure four leglock to finish off people. Turning pro in March 2014, Guest started her career working as an enhancement talent for her mentor’s QAW promotion. Her first break came in January of 2016 when she was signed by the upstart Battle Girls of Vegas promotion, where she worked for the duration of that company’s run. She was also picked up full time by QAW in August of 2016 where she worked for up until getting the contract offer from CWL to report to TGL.

Career Highlights:
QAW Tag Team Championship [x2]




Dash Roux
Age: 23 [3 years pro]
Size: Ripped Light Heavyweight
Finishing moves:
Murder Slice [Dominator]

Overview:
Dash Roux is a Regular Wrestler, trained at the DeColt Power House, who turned pro in April 2019. Hailing from Toronto, he is 6'2 and 270lbs and is naturally a heel. He is well suited to playing bad asses. He has adopted the 'Murder Slice' as a finishing move.

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None As Of Yet
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 3, January 2023.
Filmed at: The Arkansas Coliseum [South East, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .55 [418,150 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 The Arkansas Coliseum and what a show we have for you tonight. Hailey Hunter has booked some time to address us. The Hazard Gang will be in action and in our main event, “Flawless” Franklin Rush takes on KC Glenn in what is sure to be a fantastic contest.

RDJ: It should be. Both men are incredible athletes who are in incredible shape and should be able to deliver one heck of a contest.

JS: I want to know what Hailey Hunter has to say.



Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Ray Badell & Skip Beau versus The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, The Hazard Gang defeated Ray Badell and Skip Beau in 10:19 when Cowboy Buck Winchester defeated Skip Beau by pinfall with a Neckbreaker.

Cowboy Buck Winchester carried the match in terms of in-ring performance.


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Hailey Hunter comes to the ring. Ms. Hunter takes a microphone and looks very sullen.

HH: I have some very unfortunate news and I wanted to address it in public. Ross Henry, could you please come out here.



It takes several moments -- Ross wasn’t just waiting by the curtain after all -- for Ross to get out onto the entrance ramp. Hailey looks at him.

HH: Ross, I’ve got some really bad news. It seems like Kozume Kawashima has suffered a minor injury and will not be able to compete at the Seventh Anniversary show against you so you will not be getting a World’s Heavyweight Championship opportunity.

RH: You’ve got to be kidding me.

HH: I’m not and the GWC feels terrible. They have promised that as soon as he is healthy he will defend the championship against you. In the meantime, they want to make sure you have a quality opponent for the Seventh Anniversary.

RH: Who am I wrestling?

HH: You will be wrestling a former GWC World’s Heavyweight Champion. A man who has more successful defenses of that championship than any other World Heavyweight Champion. A man who is known the world over. A true icon of the sport. Your opponent at the Seventh Anniversary is… ROUGH JUSTICE TOMMY CORNELL!

Ross Henry’s eyes go wide at the knowledge and the crowd begins to cheer at such a marquee matchup being announced.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Houston Handley versus Hellcat Hernandez

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, Houston Handley defeated Hellcat Hernandez in 9:17 by pinfall with a Houston's Problem.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus “Self Made” Missy Masterson

In a decent match, Foxxy LaRue defeated Missy Masterson in 8:12 by pinfall with a Flash Head Kick.


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MR: At the Seventh Anniversary, The Lionheart Funakoshi will be putting the United States Championship on the line against The Butcher Alexander Vasquez. Vasquez has been on a tear since returning to the CWL with his new found mean streak. Will it propel him to victory against a man who has been undefeated since he arrived? Found at at the Seventh Anniversary!


Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

KC Glenn versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen
In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Franklin Rush defeated KC Glenn in 12:33 by pinfall, illegally using the ropes for leverage.


Quote:

Franklin Rush is all smiles after beating KC Glenn when all of a sudden Matthew Keith hits the ring. The man Rush stole a victory from at Christmas Chaos. Keith blindsides Rush and starts to put the boots to him. Lisa Bowen quickly pulls Rush out of the ring and to safety.

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The Seventh Anniversary Card has been finalized! A Two out of Three Falls match between Riley McManus and Spencer Spade will be our main event! Who will walk out with the North American Heavyweight Championship!?!? Find out at the Seventh Anniversary! [Predictions below!]

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Riley McManus and Spencer Spade at camp

In advance of their two out of three falls contest, both challenger and champion have been sequestered at their training facilities of choice and will remain so until the night before the Seventh Anniversary when both are expected to be in attendance for the 2022 CWL Awards.

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New GWC World Junior Heavyweight Champion

Jorge Lima, one of Ultimate European Wrestling’s top stars, won the GWC World Junior Heavyweight Championship from “Milan” Marcello Ricci. This is Lima’s first reign as World Junior Heavyweight Champion -- he previously won the World Heavyweight Championship in October of 2022 and held it for just over a month, defending it five times in the time he was World Champion. Lima dropped several pounds to qualify for the Junior Heavyweight Division and ended the reign of Marcello Ricci after eight successful defenses.

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Quick List For Predictions for 7th Anniversary
North American Heavyweight Championship, 2/3 Falls: "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus vs. "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
GWC Special Challenge: "The Boss" Ross Henry vs. "Rough Justice" Tommy Cornell
GWC World Six Man Championship: Allen & The Mission vs. The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
United States Championship: "The Butcher" Alexander Vasquez vs. "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
North American Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)
North American Tag Team Championship: The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard vs. Homegrown (c)
Eight Man Tag Team: The Keith and Diaz Cousins vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
Singles Match: KC Glenn vs. Keith Holly w/ February Malaise
Eight Woman Tag Team Match: Amber Allen, Foxxy LaRue, & Tex-Mex vs. Alicia Strong, Missy Masterson, & The Uprising
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Quick List For Predictions for 7th Anniversary
North American Heavyweight Championship, 2/3 Falls: "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus vs. "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
The cornerstone has been away from the top of the mountain for way too long! He’s fought and clawed his way back now and there’s now way he’s not staying!

GWC Special Challenge: "The Boss" Ross Henry vs. "Rough Justice" Tommy Cornell
The Boss is the future of this business and Cornell has very little to gain from winning this one off besides an ego boost. Henry to conquer

GWC World Six Man Championship: Allen & The Mission vs. The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
I’ll give the faces the win but they extend this feud.

United States Championship: "The Butcher" Alexander Vasquez vs. "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
Dominant champion continues to dominate

North American Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)

North American Tag Team Championship: The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard vs. Homegrown (c)
I just don’t think Hazard Gang are the ones to end this reign

Eight Man Tag Team: The Keith and Diaz Cousins vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
I’ve gone face heavy with these predictions so I’ll give Bowen the win here through shady circumstances

Singles Match: KC Glenn vs. Keith Holly w/ February Malaise
Glenn could use a good strong win

Eight Woman Tag Team Match: Amber Allen, Foxxy LaRue, & Tex-Mex vs. Alicia Strong, Missy Masterson, & The Uprising
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North American Heavyweight Championship, 2/3 Falls: "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus vs. "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
GWC Special Challenge: "The Boss" Ross Henry vs. "Rough Justice" Tommy Cornell
GWC World Six Man Championship: Allen & The Mission vs. The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
United States Championship: "The Butcher" Alexander Vasquez vs. "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
North American Women's Championship: Brooke Tyler vs. Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)
North American Tag Team Championship: The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard vs. Homegrown (c)
Eight Man Tag Team: The Keith and Diaz Cousins vs. Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen
Singles Match: KC Glenn vs. Keith Holly w/ February Malaise
Eight Woman Tag Team Match: Amber Allen, Foxxy LaRue, & Tex-Mex vs. Alicia Strong, Missy Masterson, & The Uprising
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