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What a beautiful story.

The man who was part of the very first show of the company is now the first-ever 3-time NA Champ and was part of the very best match in history of CWL.
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Although the text says thirty minutes between falls in the rules section which made me wonder if a typo (which it was)
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The fact that Riley McManus has been built up to be multitime champion and having A rated matches when he really only got his first push due to a tragic death is a testament to how good this diary is and how far it has come. Congratulations to both you and Riley for the excellent work!
Echoing these two. Also, I'm guessing you took notes from the Aldis-Scrull match for the NWA Ten Pounds of Gold for the main event, I love the big entrances and the entire big match feel.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, January 2023.
Filmed at: The Oxford Arena [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 3,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .56 [424,070 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. We are coming to you from the sold out Oxford Arena! The home of the CWL deep in the heart of Denver. Tonight, The Stone Foundation and The Stone Breakers go head to head in three different matchups Which group will walk out the winner?



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Lucy Stone-McFly cuts a promo hyping up her upcoming match with Harriet Blais.

Opening Match
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, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Harriet Blais in 7:36 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Stone Foundation versus The Stone Breakers

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Dan Stone III and Nolan Dunn defeated Sonny Wildside and Robby Griffin in 12:08 when Dan Stone III defeated Sonny Wildside by pinfall.


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David Stone cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Hugh Ancrie.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

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

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, David Stone defeated Hugh Ancrie in 12:15 by submission with a Stone Ankle Stretch.


Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Masked Stranger versus Harvey Robbinfield

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Masked Stranger defeated Harvey Robbinfield in 16:39 by pinfall.


Overall


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A Tour of the Top Six Companies In The World



Top Five Stars: Rocky Golden, Joanne Rodriguez, The Force, Joshua Taylor, and Adam Matravers [signed from 21CW]

Current Champions
USPW World -- Davis Wayne Newton
USPW National -- Darryl Moore
USPW Television -- Eddie Howard [x2]
USPW Women’s -- Pamela Rojo
USPW Tag Team - Roger Cage & Darryl Moore


Top Five Stars: J-B Cash, Jonathan Faust, Adam Matravers [Headed to USPW], Stevie Stoat, and Sebastian Koller

Current Champions
21CW World -- Buff Martinez
21CW United Kingdom - Ricky Storm
21CW Tag Team - Harry Wilson & Nate Manchester


Top Five Stars -- Buddy Garner, Magnum Kobe, Emerald Angel, Masa Kurata, and Razan Okamoto

Current Champions
WLW Universal - Panda Mask II
WLW Modern Japan - American Elemental II
WLW Tag Team - Sir Winston Watoga & Snow Storm


Top Five Stars: Aaron Andrews, Remo Richardson, Marat Kholov, The Crippler, and Joey Morgan

Current Champions
SWF World -- Aaron Andrews
SWF North American - Dominic DeSousa
SWF Tag Team - Dominic DeSousa & Masked Patriot


Top Five Stars: Steve Frehely, Valiant, Nicky Champion, El Fuerza, Angry Gimore

Current Champions
SOTBW Mundo: Nicky Champion
SOTBW Menor: Cerebro
SOTBPW Parejas: Xtinction & El Hijo Espada Roja
SOTBPW Trios: Jack Giedroyc, Trent Shaffer, & Dr. Rudo


Top Five Stars: Sammy Bach, James Hernandez, James Justice, Freddy Huggins, Engyma

Current Champions
TCW World - Atom Smasher
TCW International - Des Davids
TCW Tag Team - Ernest Youngman & D.C. Rayne
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Leo Loynes signed

Leo Loynes has signed a developmental contract with CWL. Loynes is a five year pro who graduated from the Mid Atlantic Bootcamp in 2017. He has spent his entire career up until now with MAW where he is a former American Champion and twice won the Sam Keith Classic. He is also a former COTT World Junior Heavyweight Champion and the twenty-six year old looks to be a bright prospect for the future.

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New GWC World Junior Heavyweight Champion

Mokuami Maita ended the reign of Jorge Lima as Junior Heavyweight Champion after just won week. This is Mokuami Maita’s second reign as champion. In his previous reign, he managed to defend the championship thirteen times over the course of four months. Maita is a very accomplished Junior Heavyweight, currently also one half of the PGHW Glory Crown Tag Team Champions, a former PGHW International Champion, a World Level Wrestling Modern Japan Champion, a four time WLW Tag Team Champion and a former WLW Tap Out Champion.

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Robbinfield, Hazard Gang, Dan Stone III, and Nolan Dunn to TGL

Harvey Robbinfield, Buck Winchester, Wes Revell,Duke Hazard, Dan Stone III and Nolan Stone are all reporting to TGL to work. Robbinfield has failed to impress since joining TGL late last year, while the Hazard Gang has struggled in their return to build consistency in their performances. Stone and Dunn are both very young in their careers and the hope for all of them is that they can become major players for TGL, especially with the call ups creating openings.

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The Cummos and The Heartbreak Express called up

Former two-time Texas Tag Team Champions, The Cummos and former one-time Texas Tag Team Champions, The Heartbreak Express, are being called onto the main roster. With two members of the Stone Foundation, The Hazard Gang, and Samoan Mafia all reporting to TGL recently it has created openings in the tag team division that both teams hope to fill.

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TGL To Introduce New Championship

Texas Grappling League has announced a new championship -- the Brass Knuckles Championship -- to be contested on their shows. With the Heavyweight and Junior Heavyweight Championship being the main targets for the weight classes, the Brass Knuckles Championship will offer an openweight experience for the TGL roster and the opportunity for more TGL grapplers to mix it up.

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Montoya wins Rip Chord Invitational XVIII

Jared Montoya has won the prestigious Rip Chord Invitational Tournament. This is the eighteenth installment of the tournament that was started by Rip Chord in 2006. Jared Montoya is a six year pro who graduated from the Mid Atlantic Bootcamp in October 2016. This is the second time he has won the Rip Chord Invitational -- he also won it in 2021. He’s a two-time winner of the Sam Keith Classic (2021, 2022) with his partner and recent CWL signee Leo Loynes as well as a former COTT World Heavyweight Champion. Montoya is said to be high on the wish list for CWL and the rumor mill says that he will soon be joining the ranks.

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Leo Loynes
Age: 26 [5 years pro]
Size: Muscular Lightweight
Finishing moves:
God Crush [Snap Brainbuster]

Overview:
Leo Loynes is a Technician, trained at the Mid Atlantic Boot Camp, who turned pro in December 2017. From Oklahoma, he is 5'8 and 201lbs and is a heel through-and-through. He utilises the 'God Crush' as a finisher.

Career Highlights:
COTT World Junior Heavyweight Championship
MAW Mid Atlantic American Championship
Sam Keith Classic Winner [x2]
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Her small hands gripped the ring skirt. Her eyes were partially hidden behind the glamorous sunglasses she wore to ringside as part of her gimmick. They, like normal, matches her whole outfit. Everything had to match. She put a lot of time and effort into planning out her outfits and tonight was the Seventh Anniversary. Tonight’s outfit had to be extra special. While she was not on the initial roster for CWL, she had been here for a long time. She had joined them in December of 2016, just before they ended their first year of operation, right after Sam Keith had told her that he was finishing her up. That had been six years ago. In that time, she had managed a lot of talent. The Gods of Thunder. Primus Allen. The Ring Generals. The list goes on and on. She had managed champions. She’d been on shows four or five times. She’d managed in the main events of the Anniversary Show, Wrestling Summit, Gold Rush… All of the big shows. She was the featured manager of the organization.

Tonight was probably the biggest night for her. The main event of the Seventh Anniversary. Ringside for what she knew was going to be the biggest moment of her husband’s career -- and she was getting to watch it while managing his opponent. Their relationship was not brought up on camera. It was a behind the scenes thing. They didn’t make it a storyline or use it to sell tickets. It was for them, it wasn’t for the public. It didn’t have to be, but it made moments like this more challenging. She couldn’t react in the way she wanted. She had to stay in character. She couldn’t be Lisa McManus -- she had to be Lisa Bowen.

So she threw her hands into her hair as Riley grunted and lifted Spencer up. She waved her hands to try to beg Riley not to do it as he dropped Spencer shin-first over the top rope and Spencer ricocheted, or slingshotted, back up and Riley carried him over for the biggest, most important slingshot suplex of his career. They landed with a loud thud in the center of the ring. The carpet-covered wooden beams giving such a great sound that echoed off the walls of the Theatre of Dreams.

She leaned against the apron and yelled at Spencer. She played her role as her husband -- covered in sweat and with red welts over his chest from the stiff chops of Spencer Spade -- collapsed ontop of his downed opponent. She was supposed to try to will Spencer to kick out. So she threw all of her energy into that. “Spencer! Get up! Kick out! Spencer!” She called out. She begged. Her voice carrying over the silence of a building that was holding its collective breath.

Darren Smith slid into position. He was the best referee in American pro wrestling history. Four times he was voted referee of the year. He’d been refereeing for over forty years. He was the man who refereed all of SWF’s top matches for three decades. Countless title matches. Countless main events. Here he was, his eyes on Spencer’s shoulders. His hand came up and came down.

One.

“Spencer, please! Spencer!”

Two.

“Spencer. Now. His hand is coming down. Spencer!”

Three.

As if on cue, the collective breath was released and the crowd exploded and she played the part of the defeated manager and collapsed to her knees. Her hands holding the apron skirt. Her face resting against it. If you were behind her, you couldn’t see her face. Her body language; though, told you she was beside herself that her charge had lost. Her face… her face told a different story. She couldn’t stop smiling. Hot tears tried to spill out behind clinched eyes.

Riley had worked unbelievably hard for Robert Oxford over the past seven years. He had poured everything he was into this company. When he said that in promos, the fans responded because they knew it was true. They had seen it. They had seen him grow sure of himself. He had come to them as the twenty-nine year old technician that had been a good hand in the Mid Atlantic area and a standout in the Georgia independent scene but had never been the guy anywhere. Through circumstances beyond his control, he had to carry the ball for Oxford and he never let it go. He never complained about the workload. For years, Riley had lived behind the company headquarters so he could be the first to the building and the last to leave. For years, Riley had done whatever was asked. He bled when he was asked. He turned heel when he was asked. He did the job when he was asked. He was a company man and tonight -- in front of the largest crowd CWL had ever produced, he got to win the North American Heavyweight Championship for the third time -- but the first time since they had been on TV. The first time since they became CWL and not RMW. The first time for a national audience and not just the Northwest.

She pushed herself back to her feet and moved around the ring to where Spencer Spade was selling on the floor. She had to help him to the back. She wanted to get in the ring and throw her arms around her husband. She wanted to tell him that she loved him and she was proud of him. She wanted to let him know that he deserved this moment. Instead, she pulled Spencer Spade up to his feet and looked at Riley in the ring. He was standing on the middle rope in one of the corners -- facing her and Spencer. The beautiful, Christian Shane designed belt held over his head. The proud warrior.

“I hate you, Riley McManus! I hate you!” She screamed with all the vitriol she could manage. He lowered the belt and looked right at her and Spencer. He smiled and kissed the championship. It was meant to be insulting to Spencer. Riley was the man now. He had ended the Supreme Star’s reign. Lisa and Spencer sold it as such, but inside, Lisa couldn’t be happier.

“We’ll get you, Riley! You won’t last!” She gave one last cry out before she and Spencer disappeared behind the curtain to let Riley have his moment in the spotlight. With the crowd out of sight, she no longer had to be Lisa Bowen. Now she was Lisa McManus and now the tears she had been holding back, the tears of joy and of pride could flow without shame.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, February 2023.
Filmed at: Perry Hall
In Attendance: 1,408
Rating: .57 [430,190 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 Perry Hall. We are just a week removed from the Seventh Anniversary -- which is officially the best show in CWL history. What a show it was. We crowned a new North American Women’s Champion when Brooke Tyler managed to defeat Tiffany Jade and Jaime Quine and walk out with the championship. Ross Henry defeated Tommy Cornell and continued his winning streak against GWC picked opponents and in our main event -- Riley McManus ended Spencer Spade’s run as North American Heavyweight Champion and officially became the first three-time North American Heavyweight Champion in history.

RDJ: It was a magnificent night of professional wrestling with an ending that Walt Disney couldn’t have thought up -- but what will the fallout be? You know Lisa Bowen and Bowen Services cannot be pleased with the result.

JS: Before we can find that out, Hailey Hunter is standing by backstage with a very important announcement.


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We are backstage where current representative of the CWL management, Hailey Hunter is standing looking directly at the camera.

HH: Hello ladies and gentlemen. I wanted to start this episode of Slammasters off with a very important announcement regarding No Law or Order 8 coming up at the end of the month. As you know, Ross Henry was originally scheduled to face GWC World Heavyweight Champion Kozue Kawashima for the championship at the Seventh Anniversary, but an injury to Kawashima kept that match from happening. After his victory over Tommy Cornell and with Kawashima just cleared this morning by his doctor, I can officially announce that at No Law or Order 8, Ross Henry will get his GWC World Heavyweight Championship opportunity!

Hunter smiles but a voice from off camera interupts her.


LB: Oh great. An opportunity for a guy that Bowen Services put down.

The camera zooms back and Lisa Bowen is clearly not happy.

HH: Lisa, this isn’t the time. I’m in the middle of a live announcement.

LB: I don’t care. I don’t care about Ross’ title shot. I don’t care about your announcements. I care about Bowen Services. I care that Spencer Spade gets his rematch against Riley McManus for the North American Heavyweight Championship.

HH: Spencer doesn’t have a rematch for the North American Heavyweight Championship. We do not have contractually guaranteed rematches in CWL. You know that.

LB: I also know that Spencer Spade is the most dominant, Supreme champion the CWL has ever had and deserves an opportunity. All of Bowen Services deserve opportunities!

HH: Bowen Services wants an opportunity?

LB: Of course.

HH: Well, I have an idea, Lisa. And I’ll take it right to the CWL match-making committee, but I’m sure they will agree with me. I think at No Law or Order 8, Bowen Services will be in action as a five-man unit. Spencer Spade, Ash Campbell, Cameron Vessey, Franklin Rush, and Jeffery Aroma. All five of them against five wrestlers -- including the North American Heavyweight Champion Riely McManus and the North American Tag Team Champions Homegrown...and heck, the Keith Brothers. A ten man tag. But not just any ten man tag. Let’s do it in a steel cage.. A Steel Cage Warfare match. If your team wins, Spencer Spade can have a rematch and you can get one other title shot for your unit -- whether a Tag Team, United States, or even a World Six Man opportunity. But if your team loses, Bowen Services must disband.

LB: What!?! Disband!?! I don’t think so.

HH: Well, you don’t have to have the match. That’s fine with me. But if you think you deserve championship opportunities -- this is how to get them.

Lisa Bowen looks frought before nodding her head.

LB: Fine. Take the match idea to the matchmaking committee. My guys will be ready.

Lisa storms off and leaves Hailey Hunter in front of the camera. She looks at the camera.

HH: I’m sorry you all had to witness that. It was not in my plan for this. So I guess we have two matches to announce officially for No Law or Order 8. Ross Henry versus Kozue Kawashima for the GWC World Heavyweight Championship and, pending CWL matchmaking committee approval, Riley McManus, Homegrown, and The Keith Brothers will face Bowen Services in a ten-man Steel Cage Warfare match up!

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Heartbreak Express versus European Stretching Crew

In a bout that had decent wrestling but non-existent crowd heat, European Stretching Crew defeated The Heartbreak Express in 8:35 when Pavel Vanzycha defeated Ralph Liotta by submission with a Cross Armlock.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

KC Glenn versus “Top Rope” Robby Griffin

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, KC Glenn defeated Robby Griffin in 10:42 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band.


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AA: At the Seventh Anniversary, I secured the winning fall in the eight woman tag match and guarenteed myself a championship opportunity. I’ve spent the last week trying to decide did I want to challenge Brooke Tyler for the North American Women’s Championship -- a championship I badly want -- or did I want a chance at the World Women’s Championship. It was a tough choice, but I made it. At No Law or Order 8, I’m coming for Alicia Strong. I’m coming for the best women’s wrestler on the planet. I’m coming for the richest prize in Women’s wrestling. I will be World Champion. It’ll happen at No Law or Order 8!


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus Selina Svelte

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Foxxy LaRue defeated Selina Svelte in 9:04 by pinfall with a Flash Head Kick.


Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Ranger versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Franklin Rush defeated Ranger in 13:14 by pinfall with a Flawlessplex after a distraction from Father Grim.


Overall


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Sheik Mustafa Passes Away

Our deepest sympathies go out to Sheik Mustafa’s family. The legendary wrestler is most known for his time in USPW where he is a former World Champion and twice won the USPW World Tag Team Champion -- but he also had a lengthy career in Texas where he was employed for fourteen years and won their heavyweight championship on three occasions.

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New Broadcasting Deal


Continental Wrestling League is proud to announce the signing of a new broadcasting deal with OnDem to broadcast CWL’s monthly events. OnDem is one of the leading providers of on demand content with coverage not only in the United States, but in Canada, Mexico, the British Isles, and Europe. The first show that OnDem will broadcast is “No Law or Order 7” at the end of this month.

CWL President Robert Oxford released a statement. “We are incredibly happy with the deal to be on OnDem. OnDem is a leader in On Demand programming but has also recently begun entering the live event broadcasts -- with those live events then going on demand after their initial airing. They’ve signed deals with the American Racquetball League, the North American Lacrosse Association, and Professional Bowlers Association. We are the first combat sport league they have contracted with and we believe that we bring our exciting brand of professional wrestling to their airways and to more homes than we are currently servicing. We look forward to a lengthy and profitable partnership.

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New Champion Crowned

Florus Lefevre has won the TGL Brass Knuckles Championship. This is the first career championship win for Lefevre, the 6’8” Canadian power house. Lefevre defeated Jimmy Lebowski in a Beer Drinker’s Brawl -- which is a form of a lumberjack match -- to win the championship. He is the inaugural Brass Knuckles Champion.

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Danielle Sweetheart signed

“The Queen of Hearts” Danielle Sweetheart has signed a contract with CWL. The fourteen year pro is expected to start work almost immediately and should be appearing on CWL broadcasts within the next few weeks.



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Danielle Sweetheart
Age: 35 [14 years pro]
Size: Toned Small
Finishing moves:
Super Kick

Overview:
Danielle Sweetheart is from Florida and has been wrestling professionally since 2008. Breaking in via the independent scene in her home state, eventually tapes of her wrestling came to the attention of Farrah Hesketh, who was impressed enough to bring her into the QAW. Sweetheart went on to become one of the top stars of the company; not only is she a former World champion but she also dominated the QAW's annual Queen Of The Ring tournament, winning it three straight years between 2013 and 2015; as a result, she has gained the nickname "The Queen Of Hearts".

Career Highlights:
WAW World Women’s Championship
CWWF All-Canada Championship
QAW World Championship [x3]
QAW Tag Team Championship [x2]
QAW Queen of the Ring Tournament Winner [x3]



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Laura Flame signed

“Red Hot” Laura Flame, an eight year pro from Staten Island has signed a contract with CWL. She will initially be reporting to TGL, but she is not expected to be in developmental for long.



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Age: 29 [8 years pro]
Size: Toned Small
Finishing moves:
Flame Fire Kick [Pele Scissor Kick]
L.H.K.[Left High Kick]

Overview:
"Red Hot" Laura Flame (Lauren Stamille-Richards) is a dangerous young competitor from Staten Island. She has a black belt in karate and is a qualified kick boxing instructor, and uses both of those skills in her in-ring attacks as she blends punishing strikes with powerful throws and takedowns. Unusually for a women's competitor, she was actually trained by a man - the infamous John "Hell Monkey / Reaver" Pathlow, and her Flame Fire Kick finisher is actually his Hell Fire Kick, used as a tribute.

Career Highlights:
CILL World Women’s Championship
Campeonato de Lucha ALL
Campeonatos de Parejas ALL
CWWF All-Action Championship [x2]



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Jared Montoya signed

The winner of the most recent Rip Chord Invitiational and former COTT World Heavyweight Champion, Jared Montoya has ended weeks of speculation when he signed a contract with CWL. He will be reporting to TGL initially. He joins his fellow tag team partner Leo Loynes in TGL where the two-time Sam Keith Classic winning duo is hoping to continue their tag team success.



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Age: 27 [6 years pro]
Size: Ripped Big Heavyweight
Finishing moves:
Bullseye Buster

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Career Highlights:
COTT World Heavyweight Championship
Rip Chord Invitational Tournament [x2]
Sam Keith Classic Tournament [x2]



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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 2, February 2023.
Filmed at: War Memorial Auditorium [Mid West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .61 [464,750 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 War Memorial Auditorium. Last week we found out that there will be two blockbuster matches. Ross Henry will challenge Kozue Kawashima for the World Heavyweight Championship and for the first time ever, CWL will present a Steel Cage Warfare match up between Bowen Services and the team of Riley McManus, Homegrown, and The Keith Brothers. If Bowen Services win, they get a host of title opportunities. If they lose -- they have to disband. Tonight though, Funakoshi defends the United States Championship in our main event.

RDJ: Funakoshi has estasblished himself as a fighting champion since he debuted in CWL and won the United States Championship. He has remained undefeated since joining CWL -- racking up successful title defense after title defense. Tonight he has Swedish Strong Style, Nigel Svennson. Will his winning streak continue? Or will the Swedish grappler prove to have Funakoshi's number?



Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Cummos versus The Stone Breakers

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, The Cummos defeated Hugh Ancrie and Robby Griffin in 9:59 when Luis Cummo defeated Robby Griffin by pinfall with a Giant Crusher.

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


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

KC Glenn versus “The Man Without Fear” Sonny Wildside

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, KC Glenn defeated Sonny Wildside in 10:45 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band.


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AS: Amber Allen, you want to dance with the greatest one more time? That's fine. I've never backed down from a challenge, I've never ran from an opportunity to prove myself the best and I'm not going to start today. You and I... World Women's Championship. No Law or Order 8. You'll find out that no matter how good you think you are, you're not as good as me. Not today. Not tomorrow. Not ever.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Foxxy LaRue defeated Harriet Blais in 9:51 by pinfall with a Flash Head Kick.


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BT: Foxxy LaRue... I've been told you're my first challenger. At No Law or Order, it will be you and I for the North American Women's Championship. I will break you.


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Funakoshi is in the ring about to compete. Before the match starts, Alexander Vasquez comes down to the ringside area, apparently scouting his future opponent. Funakoshi does not look happy about it, and appears somewhat distracted too.

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“Swedish Strong Style” Nigel Svensson versus “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Funakoshi defeated Nigel Svensson in 16:48 by pinfall with a Butterfly Backbreaker. Funakoshi makes defence number 6 of his CWL United States title.


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Wildside & Griffin released

“The Man Without Fear” Sonny Wildside and “Top Rope” Robby Griffin have been released from their CWL contracts. We want to thank both men for the time they have spent in CWL and wish them all of the best in their future endeavors.

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Developmental Releases

Alex Ostlund, Duval Dubois, Flying Patriot, George Whitehead, Gorilla Lee, Jimmy Lebowksi, Shooting Star Perez, Silver Shark II, The Masked Mauler VII, Beatrice Martinez, Teresa Newton, Katherine Paris, Cherry Bomb, Steve Flash, Owen Love, The Natural, Dale Orndorff were all released from their contracts with TGL. We want to thank them all for their services and wish them the best.

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Hunter Released

Hailey Hunter was released from her contract with CWL. This was said to be primarily based off of her recent performances. CWL management was displeased with her attitude backstage and how she was performing during her segments on Saturday Night Slammasters.

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Saunders Released

Jasmine Saunders has requested and been granted her release. This is said to be because with her announcing that she is expecting her second child, she has decided that she wants to go on hiatus from the wrestling business and focus on raising a family. We wish her all of the best.

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Announcing Changes

Michael Riggs will be reporting to Texas Grappling League to take over the lead announcing duties while also taking on the assistant matchmaker position to work alongside Joel Bryant. Lee Bambino, who has been serving as the lead announcer for TGL will be reporting to the CWL main roster to take over the play by play duties alongside Ricky Dale Johnson.

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New Junior Heavyweight Champion

AG4000 has won the Texas Junior Heavyweight Championship from Othello Morris. Morris had managed fourteen successful defenses prior to losing.

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New Tag Team Champions

Precious Metals have won the Texas Tag Team Championship. This is their first reign as champions. They beat The Can-Am Blondes on their last night with TGL.

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Pete Hall signed

“Pistol” Pete Hall has signed to be apart of CWL. It is said that the legendary wrestler was brought in to be a consultant to the creative team as well as serve in some sort of on-air capacity.

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Bobby Thomas signed

Bobby Thomas has signed on to be one of the trainers for TGL. He will also act as the lead color commentator for the organization.

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Nate Johnson signed

Nate Johnson has signed to be a trainer for TGL. The former tag team partner of Bobby Thomas, Nate is still active and will be wrestling in addition to training. He brings over twenty years of experience to the ring and should fit in nicely with Raymond Diaz, Brandon Smith, Emma Bitch, and now Bobby Thomas.

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Glen Mir signed

Glen Mir, a 23 year old referee has signed with TGL. Highly touted as a bright referee prospect, he joins Alvin Lavin on the referee staff.

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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 3, February 2023.
Filmed at: Grissom Auditorium [South West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .63 [479,730 viewers]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to Saturday Night Slammasters. I am Lee Bambino and I'm joined in the broadcast booth by "The Sheriff" Ricky Dale Johnson. We are coming to you tonight from Sin City... From Las Vegas, Nevada and the Grissom Audiorium. This is my first time in the play by play chair for Continental Wrestling League and what a show to start on. In our main event, "Lionheart" Funakoshi puts the United States Championship on the line against the other member of the European Stretching Crew, Pavel Vanzycha in what should be a thrilling contest.

RDJ: It definitely should be a thrilling contest and welcome to the broadcast booth Lee Bambino! Pavel cut his teeth in the Land of the Rising Sun where he learned to blend the European technical style with the ultra hard hitting style of Japan to create success. Last week, his partner Nigel Svennson came up short, and Pavel hopes to change that tonight and get his first taste of singles gold in CWL



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RH: Kozue Kawashima… I’ve been waiting for this opportunity. The opportunity to challenge for the World Heavyweight Championship. You’re an incredible athlete, a tremendous professional wrestler, and a proud champion. I have nothing but respect for you, but I have to beat you at No Law or Order. I want to be World Champion. I’ve faced every challenge the GWC has thrown at me. I’ve earned this opportunity and now you and I… you and I are going to get to go one one for the richest prize in the game. I’m going to bring you everything I’ve got. I’m going to hold nothing back and when the final bell rings I will be the World Heavyweight Champion.

Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Hammer Hadley

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, David Stone defeated Hammer Hadley in 12:09 by submission with a Stone Ankle Stretch.


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RM: I did it. At the Seventh Anniversary, I did what I set out to do. I became North American Heavyweight Champion. I achieved my goal and now in just over a week I will stand alongside four other men as we step into the most brutal match up known to man. Ten men. One ring. One steel cage. Submissions or surrender only. The kind of match that breaks bodies, that shortens careers. The chance to end Bowen Services for good is on the line. So now that is my new goal. To see the dissolution of Bowen Services. They’re all great wrestlers, but that wicked witch Lisa Bowen has them doing bad, bad things. So at No Law and Order, with Homegrown and the Keith Brothers by my side, I will end Bowen Services!

Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Heartbreak Express versus The Fighting Irish

In a bout that had decent wrestling but non-existent crowd heat, The Heartbreak Express defeated The Fighting Irish in 9:44 when Johnny Needham defeated Robbie McNamara by pinfall with a Moonsault.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Queen of Hearts” Danielle Sweetheart versus “Self Made” Missy Masterson

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Danielle Sweetheart defeated Missy Masterson in 11:08 by pinfall with a Super Kick.


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Foxxy LaRue cuts a promo hyping up her upcoming match with Brooke Tyler.

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Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


Pavel Vanzycha versus “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Funakoshi defeated Pavel Vanzycha in 14:11 by pinfall with a Butterfly Backbreaker. Funakoshi makes defence number 7 of his CWL United States title.


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Akinori Kwakimi Retires

Akinori Kwakimi, who suffered an undisclosed back in December that has kept him out of action has formally announced his retirement from the sport at 41 years of age and after 23 years of competition. Up until his retirement, he was one half of the GWC World Tag Team Champions with Simon Flemmingway and is a very decorated competitor in PGHW. He won the PGHW Elite Series in 2015, the Elite Tag Team Series with Mito Miwa, three times he held the PGHW Glory Tag Crown, once the Glory Crown, three times the Historical Japan Championship and twice the International Championship.

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What A Week For Larry McFly

Larry McFly defeated AG4000 to win the Texas Junior Heavyweight Championship and the next night he and Eddie Carter teamed up to defeat The Precious Metals for the Texas Tag Team Championship. In that match, McFly suffered a back injury that will keep him out of action for over two months and he was forced to vacate both championships.

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No Law or Order 8 Full Card

Continental Wrestling League returns to the Theatre of Dreams for the eighth annual No Law or Order. This should be an action-packed show and we are expecting a record crowd for this show. It will be the first CWL show broadcast on the OnDem network.

No Law or Order 8
Saturday Week 4, February 2023
Live at Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
Broadcasted OnDemand!
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson

Main Event
Ten Man Tag
Steel Cage Warfare
If Bowen Services wins, Lisa gets to reward them with title matches, if they lose, they must disband.
Riley McManus, Homegrown, and the Keith Brothers versus Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
“The Boss” Ross Henry versus Kozue Kawashima ©

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
“The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez versus “Lionheart” Funakoshi ©

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Women’s Championship
Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong w/ Lisa Bowen ©

Tag Team Match
Twenty Five Minute Time Limit
The Mission versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women’s Championship
Foxxy LaRue versus “The Franchise” Brooke Tyler ©

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
“The Evolution” Primus Allen versus Torment w/ Father Grim


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