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Unread 05-30-2019, 06:55 AM
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Ladder Match
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)
Comment: I agree I don't see him losing the title this quickly.

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)
Comment: This one, on the other hand, I hope losses the title... I just don't like Henry.

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Diaz Cousins versus Homegrown (c)
Comment: I see this going either way... either the heels to continue to build upon their turn or Homegrown retains, because the Diaz Cousins throw the rule book out the window to hurt the champs and lose by DQ.

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Matthew Keith versus "Flawless" Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment: I don't like going against Bowen's guys, but at the same time I really like the Keith family.

Six Man Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
World Six Man Championship
The Mission & David Stone versus The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
Comment: This one might bite me in the end... my gut tells me The Fallen, but my head things The Mission & Stone.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Jaime Quine versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)
Comment: Brooke, because she's my Bae.

15 Woman Mayhem Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Number One Contender To the Women's Championship
Featuring: Danielle Sweetheart, Maria Guest, Tiffany Jade, Missy Masteron, Lucy Stone-McFly and one of the other ten other women.
Comment: I'm going to go outside the box and say one of the other ten women in the match.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Keith Holly w/ February Malaise versus "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
Comment: Champ to retain.

Special Challenge
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves versus "The Second Generation Superstar" Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment: Back to my peeps.

Opening Match
20 Man Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
$10,000 Prize To Winner
Featuring: Jeffery Aroma, Greg Keith, KC Glenn, Ox Mastodon, Johnny Anderson, and fifteen other CWL wrestlers.
Comment: Again going outside of the box I think... KC for the win as long as no one in the battle royal is named Negan... lmao.
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Unread 05-30-2019, 11:20 AM
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Ladder Match
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)
Comment: I don't think this was a hotshot job, but I could be wrong. Still, McManus deserves at least a few defenses before surrendering it again.

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)
Comment: Should be one hell of a match, but Ash isn't toppling Henry here on the first asking.

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Diaz Cousins versus Homegrown (c)
Comment: So is Diaz not with Bowen? I expected her to announce them as clients, especially since they don't have an established tag team. Either way, Diaz get the belts and let the good guys chase them.

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Matthew Keith versus "Flawless" Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment: After losing to Vessey and Aroma (I just don't like his name), Keith needs to get a bounceback win.

Six Man Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
World Six Man Championship
The Mission & David Stone versus The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
Comment: Stone getting tossed into the mix is interesting, but with his Stone Family still working up the card, Fallen get to continue destroying people. And with Torment on a roll, he is looking to make a big splash (shark pun intended) soon.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Jaime Quine versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)
Comment: Quine could be the winner here and not surprise me, but Tyler is still early in her reign.

15 Woman Mayhem Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Number One Contender To the Women's Championship
Featuring: Danielle Sweetheart, Maria Guest, Tiffany Jade, Missy Masteron, Lucy Stone-McFly and ten other women.
Comment: Not sure here, but she has picked up a few wins recently.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Keith Holly w/ February Malaise versus "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
Comment: Could Vasquez cost him the match? Sure. But I don't think Holly is the guy that is taking the belt.

Special Challenge
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves versus "The Second Generation Superstar" Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment: Reeves is kind of out of left field here, but it doesn't matter.

Opening Match
20 Man Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
$10,000 Prize To Winner
Featuring: Jeffery Aroma, Greg Keith, KC Glenn, Ox Mastadon, Johnny Anderson and fifteen other CWL wrestlers.
Comment: Ox was the man for you for some time, and with his return, he needs to get a big splash. Here it is.
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Unread 05-30-2019, 02:38 PM
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Wrestling Summit VIII
Spade-McManus II
Saturday Week 4, March 2023
Live from the Theatre of Dreams
Broadcast by OnDem

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Ladder Match
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)
Comment:

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)
Comment:

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Diaz Cousins versus Homegrown (c)
Comment:

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Matthew Keith versus "Flawless" Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment:

Six Man Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
World Six Man Championship
The Mission & David Stone versus The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
Comment:

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Jaime Quine versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)
Comment:

15 Woman Mayhem Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Number One Contender To the Women's Championship
Featuring: Danielle Sweetheart, Maria Guest, Tiffany Jade, Missy Masteron, Lucy Stone-McFly and ten other women.
Comment:

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Keith Holly w/ February Malaise versus "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
Comment:

Special Challenge
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves versus "The Second Generation Superstar" Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment:

Opening Match
20 Man Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
$10,000 Prize To Winner
Featuring: Jeffery Aroma, Greg Keith, KC Glenn, Ox Mastadon, Johnny Anderson and fifteen other CWL wrestlers.
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Unread 05-30-2019, 04:15 PM
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Wrestling Summit VIII
Spade-McManus II
Saturday Week 4, March 2023
Live from the Theatre of Dreams
Broadcast by OnDem

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Ladder Match
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)
Comment: Why do a rematch if Riley is going to win both? I could be wrong, but that was my instinct.

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)
Comment:

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Diaz Cousins versus Homegrown (c)
Comment:

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Matthew Keith versus "Flawless" Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment:

Six Man Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
World Six Man Championship
The Mission & David Stone versus The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
Comment:

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Jaime Quine versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)
Comment:

15 Woman Mayhem Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Number One Contender To the Women's Championship
Featuring: Danielle Sweetheart, Maria Guest, Tiffany Jade, Missy Masteron, Lucy Stone-McFly and ten other women.
Comment:

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Keith Holly w/ February Malaise versus "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
Comment:

Special Challenge
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves versus "The Second Generation Superstar" Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment:

Opening Match
20 Man Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
$10,000 Prize To Winner
Featuring: Jeffery Aroma, Greg Keith, KC Glenn, Ox Mastadon, Johnny Anderson and fifteen other CWL wrestlers.
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Ladder Match
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)
Comment:

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)
Comment:

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Diaz Cousins versus Homegrown (c)
Comment:

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Matthew Keith versus "Flawless" Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment:

Six Man Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
World Six Man Championship
The Mission & David Stone versus The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim
Comment:

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Jaime Quine versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)
Comment:

15 Woman Mayhem Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Number One Contender To the Women's Championship
Featuring: Danielle Sweetheart, Maria Guest, Tiffany Jade, Missy Masteron, Lucy Stone-McFly and ten other women.
Comment:

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Keith Holly w/ February Malaise versus "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)
Comment:

Special Challenge
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves versus "The Second Generation Superstar" Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen
Comment:

Opening Match
20 Man Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
$10,000 Prize To Winner
Featuring: Jeffery Aroma, Greg Keith, KC Glenn, Ox Mastadon, Johnny Anderson and fifteen other CWL wrestlers.
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Saturday Week 4, March 2023
Live at Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
Broadcasted OnDem!
In Attendance: 10,000 [SELL OUT!]
Rating: .56 [423,060 viewers]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to the eighth annual Wrestling Summit. We are coming to you live from the sold out Theatre of Dreams with ten thousand fans packed to the rafters and they are all here to see what promises to be one of the best wrestling shows to happen in North America this year. I’m joined in the broadcast booth as always by one of the real legends of the sport, he’s a hall of famer and a former three-time World Heavyweight Champion. I am of course talking about The Sheriff, Ricky Dale Johnson.

RDJ: Thank you for that introduction Lee and it’s a pleasure to once again be in the broadcast booth along side you for what I am sure is going to be a classic night of action. For the first time ever in CWL, the North American Heavyweight Championship will be decided in a ladder match between two men that just can’t stand each other.

LB: They definitely can’t stand each other. In today’s day and age, they are not two men you would think of for a ladder match, but the challenger’s camp specifically requested a ladder match. Fans, we can promise you this. This will not be a ladder match of flips and dives -- but a ladder match of two men who are going to beat the holy hell out of one another until only one can climb the ladder and retrieve the North American Championship.

RDJ: And that’s not all. The GWC World Heavyweight Championship is on the line as Ross Henry defends against Ash Campbell in what is sure to be a hotly contested contest. The Diaz Cousins challenge Homegrown for the North American Tag Team titles and so much more. Can you believe the line up we have tonight, Lee?

LB: I certainly cannot and the first match is just about to start, so let’s take it ringside for the introductions.



Opening Match
20 Man Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
$10,000 Prize To Winner


The eighth annual Wrestling Summit Started off with a hotly contested battle royal between twenty wrestlers vying for ten thousand dollars. There was some star power in this battle royal with Greg Keith, Jeffery Aroma, Ox Mastadon KC Glenn, and several other big names in this. It was a pretty standard battle royal, but the crowd was very into it.

Ox Mastadon, in only his second televised match back after a major concussion clearly does not look like the wrestler he once was. The former dominant North American Heavyweight Champion was slow and looked out of place. He did eliminate Kurt Cummo and Masked Superstar before getting eliminated by KC Glenn. Hammer Hadley and KC Glenn went at it for quite some time and showed some potential there. Alexander Vasquez was very brutal and while he only knotted himself one elimination he continues to impress as the Butcher. Johnny Anderson was very active -- the big man kept flying around the ring to do damage. He and Jeffery Aroma had a very cool stand off and looked like they were going to throw blows, but ended up working together to pummel several other wrestlers in the match.

Order Of Elimination
1. Kurt Cummo was eliminated by Ox Mastadon
2. Hugh Ancrie was eliminated by KC Glenn
3. Masked Superstar was eliminated by Ox Mastadon
4. Ox Mastadon was eliminated by KC Glenn
5 & 6. The Fighting Irish were eliminated at the same time by Jeffery Aroma
7. Ray Badell was eliminated by Jeffery Aroma
8. Pavel Vanzchya was eliminated by Ralph Liotta
9. Ralph Liotta was eliminated by Nigel Svensson
10. Nigel Svensson was eliminated by Johnny Needham
11. Johnny Needham was eliminated Johnny Anderson
12. Skip Beau was eliminated by Alexander Vasquez
13. Alexander Vasquez was eliminated by KC Glenn
14. Sgt. Bison was eliminated by KC Glenn
15. Jeffery Aroma was eliminated by KC Glenn & Greg Keith working together
16. Hammer Hadley was eliminated by KC Glenn
17. Luis Cummo was eliminated by Johnny Anderson
18. KC Glenn was eliminated by Johnny Anderson
19. Johnny Anderson was eliminated by Greg Keith.

Greg Keith won a battle royal in 19:45. The other members of the 'final four' were Johnny Anderson, Luis Cummo and KC Glenn, with Johnny Anderson being the final elimination. KC Glenn got the most eliminations over the course of the match.


Special Challenge
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Floyd Reeves versus "The Second Generation Superstar" Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

Floyd Reeves has been working in Texas Grappling League before this match up and doing very well. He’s been one of the stand out performers for the Joel Bryant led group and he was getting the opportunity here to show how he’s developed against one of the most consistent performers on the roster and currently one half of the World Tag Team Champions.

The match started with Vessey not taking Reeves seriously, which allowed Reeves to seize control and really did seize control and got the crowd really behind him before Vessey cut him off and hit a Vessey Driver II to get the win -- but only after Reeves looked very impressive.

Cameron Vessey defeated Floyd Reeves in 7:44 by pinfall with a Vessey Driver II.


Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Keith Holly w/ February Malaise versus "Lionheart" Funakoshi (c)

This match would have fit in not only here at the Theatre of Dreams but also at the historic Takamatsu Athletics Stadium. The unbeaten champion, Funakoshi against a man who has been employed by CWL for his entire career and has primarily been known as a tag team wrestler but is looking to step out on his own. Both men were at their absolute best. Not many men can make Funakoshi look small, but the 6’7”, near 370lb Keith Holly did just that. Holly worked like we’ve never seen him work -- like a true singles star in this match. Everything these two men did was believable. It was hard hitting. There was no wasted motion and it was a real coming out party for Keith Holly. There was a brilliant exchange about ten minutes in where each man hit a lariats on the other. Lariats that hit so hard they echoed off the walls of the Theatre of Dreams. Funakoshi hit a series of chops on the tattoed torso of Holly where you could literally see the sweat flying off Holly’s chest with each impact of Funakoshi’s hand.

Funakoshi hit a Butterfly Backbreaker on Keith Holly and went to make the pin, but official Ray Johnson was busy arguing with February Malaise and was not in position to make the count. The Lionheart got up to confront them when Johnny Anderson hit the ring and blasted him from behind with a biker’s chain. Funakoshi dropped and Anderson high tailed it and allowed Keith Holly to get to his feet and hit the Reaper Breaker and make the cover to win his first singles championship.

Keith Holly defeated Funakoshi in 18:17 by pinfall with a Reaper Breaker. Keith Holly wins the CWL United States title.


15 Woman Mayhem Battle Royal
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Number One Contender To the Women's Championship


Our second battle royal of the evening, but this was a mayhem style battle royal. This meant that to be eliminated you had to be pinned for to be forced to submit. Both CWL referees Darren Smith and Ray Johnson were assigned this contest. Three women from TGL were in this match, rookie Serena Savage, former Texas Women’s Champion Donna Cook, and reigning Texas Women’s Champion Emma Bitch. It was a good hard hitting contest and the rookie Serena Savage definitely impressed in this up.

Tiffany Jade took a wicked fall from the top rope and landed on her ankle all sorts of wrong and was put out right after by the closest woman to her.

Elimination Order
1. Selina Svelte was eliminated by Danielle Sweetheart
2. Maria Guest was eliminated by Serena Savage
3. Harriet Blias was eliminated by Donna Cook
4. Donna Cook was eliminated by Amber Allen
5. Tiffany Jade was eliminated by Serena Savage
6. Hellcat Hernandez was eliminated by Houston Handley
7. Talia Quinzel was eliminated by Lucy Stone-McFly
8. Teresa Perez was eliminated by Serena Savage
9. Houston Handley was eliminated by Serena Savage
10. Emma Bitch was eliminated by Serena Savage
11. Serena Savage was eliminated by Amber Allen
12. Amber Allen was eliminated by Danielle Sweetheart
13. Missy Masterson was eliminated by Lucy Stone-McFly
14. Lucy Stone-McFly was eliminated by Danielle Sweetheart

Danielle Sweetheart won a 15 Man Mayhem in 19:31. The other members of the 'final four' were Lucy Stone-McFly, Amber Allen and Missy Masterson, with Lucy Stone-McFly being the final elimination. Serena Savage got the most eliminations over the course of the match.


Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Jaime Quine versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler ©

A rematch between two incredibly talented female wrestlers that have really helped but the CWL women’s division on the map as perhaps the most competitive women’s division in North America. Tyler and Quine continued to their excellent series of matches with a slow paced, technical affair that saw each woman jockeying for control and technical superiority. Slowly, the match sped up into a blistering affair of both women trying to top the other. Both want to be North American Women’s Champion -- they know what that means. Jaime has been there twice and is looking for her third run with the belt. Brooke just got there. Jaime climbed to the top rope and went for a moonsault -- not a move she does often, but nobody was home and Brooke immediately locked in the Brooke Breaker after this in the center of the ring and got the submission.

Brooke Tyler defeated Jaime Quine in 18:05 by submission with a Brooke Breaker. Brooke Tyler makes defence number 2 of her CWL North American Women's title.


Six Man Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


The Mission & David Stone versus The Fallen (c) w/ Father Grim

It was announced right before this match that the World Six Man Championship would be retired after this match -- so the winners would be the final ever World Six Man Champions.

The Mission have had their problems recently with The Fallen and have recruited David Stone to take the place of Primus Allen -- who is off training for a professional MMA fight. Stone fit right in in this contest and actually gave The Mission a technical prowess that they were lacking before. The Fallen continued their physical dominance, but the collective heart of The Mission and David Stone was too much and after the match broke down into a pier six fight that saw Ranger, the near seven footer, do a huge dive over the top rope onto both Torment and Hellion and then saw David Stone, primarily a mat based wrestler, channel his uncle Edd with some sort of spiral moonsault flippy thing onto the pile, Matty Faith hit a picture-perfect Leap of Faith onto Scythe to secure the World Six Man titles for his trio.

David Stone and The Mission defeated The Fallen (Scythe, Hellion and Torment) in 18:50 when Matty Faith defeated Scythe by pinfall with a Leap Of Faith. David Stone and The Mission win the GWC World Six Man titles.


Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

Matthew Keith versus "Flawless" Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen

A rematch that has been a few months in the making, this was better than their meeting at the Seventh Anniversary. Franklin has begun looking more comfortable back in the CWL style and Matthew Keith seemed particularly motivated here. This was just a classic American pro wrestling style match with Keith dominating early, Rush taking control for the middle portions of the match and then Keith making a big come back and winning after hitting a Brainbuster.

Matthew Keith defeated Franklin Rush in 13:56 by pinfall.


Quote:


Spencer Spade cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Riley McManus.

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit


The Diaz Cousins versus Homegrown ©

The Diaz Cousins came right out ready to fight -- and Homegrown looked happy to answer them. This was a blistering contest, second only to Holly and Funakoshi from sheer hard hitting strikes. The Diaz Cousins look like they have found a whole new gear in themselves as they took the fight to Homegrown for the entire time. Logan hit a beautiful Belly to Belly Suplex on Clyde Puder -- one of the few times Puder has really gone up off his feet for an opponent and James Diaz hit that devastating Asian Thumb Spike -- where he runs and leaps and drives his massive thumb into the side of an opponent's throat -- onto Jakob Yoder and The Diaz Cousins won the North American Tag Team titles in a thrilling contest.

The Diaz Cousins defeated Homegrown in 13:36 when James Diaz defeated Jakob Yoder by pinfall with an Asian Thumb Spike. The Diaz Cousins win the CWL North American Tag Team titles.


Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Boss" Ross Henry ©

This is was Ash Campbell’s first challenge at a World Title in his career -- and this was Ross Henry’s third attempted title defense since winning the championship at No Law or Order 8. The two men had a superb match, with Ash Campbell showing the all-around style of wrestling he has perfected with the same willingness of his father to take a beating. Henry showcased his natural athleticism as well as his understanding of how to present himself like a star. This had a big fight feel and the crowd was into everything they did. At one point, Ash Campbell hit Ross Henry with two successive Ash to Ash sitout swinging neckbreakers and almost got the fall but Ross just barely managed to get his hand up. Ash climbed to the top rope and went for the Shooting Star Press but found himself crashing midsection first onto Ross Henry’s knees. Henry immediately followed this up with the Earthquake Powerslam and the victory.

Ross Henry defeated Ash Campbell in 23:21 by pinfall with an Earthquake Powerslam. Ross Henry makes defence number 3 of his GWC World Heavyweight title.


Quote:


Riley McManus cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Spencer Spade.

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Ladder Match
North American Heavyweight Championship

"The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)

This was the match people paid to see. This is the match that sold the building out for the first time. The rematch of the best match in CWL history. Spencer Spade, the unquestioned top bad guy in the organization and Riley McManus, the heartbeat of the organization. They were tailor made to wrestle each other.

It’s important to note that Riley McManus did not come out with the North American Heavyweight Championship. Instead, “Pistol” Pete Hall presented senior CWL official Darren Smith with a brand new, courtesy of ReapeR Designs, North American Heavyweight Championship that was then suspended on a cable above the ring.



Neither Riley or Spencer scream men who should be in ladder matches, but they worked the match perfectly. They didn’t rush to the ladder -- they rushed to beat each other up. This was a physical, bar fight of a wrestling match. They threw lots of strikes. There were only two ladders at ringside and they used one of them superbly as a weapon, with both men being driven into it, slammed on it, had it slammed on them. Both men bled from both their heads and their arms and Riley even bled from his back after a wicked suplex onto the ladder.

They each kept trying to get up the ladder -- but were cut off each time. At one point, Spade was merely moments away from securing the championship when Riley threw his own body into the ladder and knocked the ladder over and crotched Spencer Spade on the top rope.

With one ladder in the ring, Riley McManus laid the other ladder horizontally from the ring apron across to the guard rail. He pulled Spencer Spade onto the ring apron and lifted him up into the air and dropped him leg first over the top rope and used the momentum to Slingshot Suplex Spencer Spade onto the set up ladder -- which caved under the impact of Spade’s body. The crowd chanted “Holy S**t, Holy S**t” over and over after this while Riley slowly rolled into the ring, set the unbroken ladder up and made the eternal climb to the top.

Spade was not moving as Riley McManus retrieved the North American Heavyweight Championship and made the successful defense.

Riley McManus defeated Spencer Spade in a Ladder match in 27:46 when Riley McManus retrieved the item. Riley McManus makes defence number 1 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.



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Available on NCTV
Week 4, March 2023.
Filmed at: Grissom Auditorium [South West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: 1.18 [889,170 viewers]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. We are coming to you from the sold out Grissom Auditorium and being broadcast into your homes on NCTV. As always, I’m joined in the broadcast booth by Ricky Dale Johnson.

RDJ: Thank you for letting me share the booth with you again, Lee. This is a very important night for Continental Wrestling League -- as there are two matches with big time consequences on tonight’s broadcast.

LB: You’re absolutely right. Tonight we have the semifinals for the Television Title Tournament. Who will advance to the finals next week? Find out tonight!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Robbie McNamara versus Johnny Anderson w/ February Malaise

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Johnny Anderson defeated Robbie McNamara in 11:29 by pinfall with a Rear Fist.
-McNamara and Anderson have terrible chemistry


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Television Title Tournament Semi Final

Masked Stranger versus Hammer Hadley

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Hammer Hadley defeated Masked Stranger in 8:04 by stoppage when Masked Stranger could not continue.


Triple Threat Women’s Tag
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Ladies Night versus Tex-Mex versus The Uprising

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Ladies Night defeated Tex-Mex and The Uprising in 13:32; the order of elimination was The Uprising first, and then Tex-Mex.


Quote:

KC Glenn cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Nigel Svensson.

Main Event
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Television Title Tournament Semi Final

KC Glenn versus “Swedish Strong Style” Nigel Svensson

In a bout that had good wrestling but little heat, KC Glenn defeated Nigel Svensson in 13:43 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band.


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First A match?!
Second! Spencer spade and Riley also did an A at the Seventh Anniversary!
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Unread 06-02-2019, 05:54 PM
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Broadcasting Change

CWL has exercised its option to cancel its contract with OnDem. Citing unhappiness with how its shows were performing when broadcast on the subscription network, CWL has signed a Pay-Per-View contract with MySelectUSA for monthly events, with the hope that the new deal with MySelectUSA and the television deal with NCTV will continue to allow the organization to grow.

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Condolences

CWL sends its condolences to the families of "Crippler" Ray Kingman and Mickey Starr. The two men passed away on the same day. Kingman was 76 years old and Starr was 77. Both men were major stars in professional wrestling during the 1970s and 1980s, with Mickey Starr being the early centerpiece of Richard Eisen's SWF, and Ray Kingman being known as one of the best wrestlers on the planet for the better part of two decades. Our thoughts and prayers are with their families.

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Tournament Win

North of the Border Pro Wrestling, our sister promotion to the north, held the 25th annual Ed Henson Memorial Tag Team Cup. This is a NOTBPW exclusive tournament and this year it was won by the team of Duane Stone and Johnny Bloodstone. This is their first win as a unit, but this marks Bloodstone's third win and the seventh win for Duane Stone.

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Upcoming Retirements

Jack Bruce and Henry Bennett have announced that they both plan to retire from active in ring competition in the next 90 days.

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Quinzel injured

At Wrestling Summit VIII, Talia Quinzel suffered a broken ankle and will be out for fifty-four days recovering. We wish her a speedy and full recovery.

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APW Changes

Australia Pro Wrestling, one of the charter members of the Global Wrestling Council has signed a television deal for a new weekly show. APW has asked CWL if they could have the Samoan Mafia as a part of their roster moving forward -- and CWL has consented. the Samoan Mafia will be joining fellow Samoans Toma, Rhino Umaga, and Samoan Machine on the APW roster. APW has also announced that it will be starting a women's division. This marks the first women's division in Australia and they are said to be looking at using graduates of the WWA:Australia training camp to fill the division at the start.

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UEW Changes

Ultimate European Wrestling has followed suit of APW and has announced plans to start their own women's division. This officially puts a women's division in every part of the GWC.

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Masterson Released

Missy Masterson has requested and been granted, her release from CWL. We wish her the best in her future endeavors.

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The jeep pulled up to a stop in front of an old farmhouse in the Brighton area of Colorado. KC let the engine of the jeep idle for a moment before shutting it off. He climbed out of the jeep and walked around to the otherside to let Marjorie out. She was blindfolded and had a playful smile on her face.

“I smell fresh air. Clear air.” Marjorie said as KC pulled the blindfold off of her. She blinked several times and looked around. “Why are we here?” She asked as she moved towards the house. She didn’t notice that the “For Sale” sign said sold. All she noticed was this was the house that she had told KC about. Her dream house to live in. A three bed, two bathroom ranch house on twenty acres with mountain views in the background. Her paradise. She could have horses and chickens and a couple cows and pigs. Her Walden.

KC rested against the jeep and let her take it in. She looked around and saw the sign. “Someone bought it.” She said with a frown.

“Yes, I did.” KC said. It took a long moment for her to realize what he said.

“You bought this house?” She asked. “Kevin Christopher Glenn… What did you do?”

“I bought this house.” He said with a sly smile and she looked at him in complete and utter shock.

“You bought this f****ing house?”

“I did. Put the down payment on it and signed the mortgage and everything.” He replied with his hands in his pockets. She turned away from him and looked at the house. All of the nights she had told him what she would do with it. How she’d decorate it. Where she’d put an above-ground, maybe even an in-ground pool. The barn with the stalls already set up. Already ready. The out building she could convert into a production office so she could do more work from home. The other barn they could put a wrestling ring in if KC wanted. They would have options.

“You bought this house. I can’t believe it. We’re going to live here.” She said with her back to him. Some women would probably be mad if you bought a house without talking to them. Some would be furious and probably refuse to live there, but this was her dream house. She was just so hesitant. KC was not. He wanted to put down permanent roots. He was tired of living in an apartment. He was a Southern boy, used to wide open spaces and pecan trees and fresh air. There would be no pecan trees here, but it would do.

Marjorie turned around towards KC and found him no longer standing. He was down on a knee. One knee. With his hands in front of him. Holding out a ring box with a classic solitaire style diamond ring on a white gold band.

KC looked up at her. The love of his life. The mother of his daughter. “Marjorie Anne Oxford. Will you marry me?”

She blinked several times to hold back the tears. “Yes. Of course. Yes.”
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Unread 06-02-2019, 09:24 PM
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That is just so romantic... though a do have to say before I read the yes... I was so thinking there was going to be a heel turn... lmao
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That is just so romantic... though a do have to say before I read the yes... I was so thinking there was going to be a heel turn... lmao
No heel turn on wrestling's greatest love story!
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I looked around the room at everyone gathered here. We were in the brand new CWL office space. The brand new CWL boardroom. With our continued expansion, we could no longer operate our business affairs out of the old retail space we were using. We still owned that building -- it would still serve as our training facility and merchandise fulfillment, but our corporate headquarters were a couple of miles up the road in a building that had been an insurance building. It was a two story building that would house our production studio and all our official offices. A place we could bring sponsors and accountants and lawyers that was a little more secure.

Marjorie, KC and Riley were with me. I had asked them here. They were seated at the table and I stood looking at them. I was surprisingly nervous. At sixty-two years old, I didn’t get nervous very often but I was right now. I had placed a folder in front of them.

“When I started Rocky Mountain Wrestling, it was a limited liability corporation that I owned the entirety of. The LLC was designed to limit my own personal liability and protect the company. As we’ve grown, we’ve taken on more income and as such, need to change how we do business. Especially as we have more assets now -- we have almost one hundred produced television shows. We have our catalogue of live events. We have merchandise and trademarks and intellectual property which all needs to belong to the company. We have contracts with media providers. We own production equipment and facilities. So, I have gone about the process of switching the organization from Rocky Mountain Wrestling, LLC to a corporation. Continental Wrestling League is now owned by Continental Sports Group, Incorporated.”

They looked at me with only mild interest. I pushed on.

“I called you all here, because this directly affects you. With it being a corporation, there are now shares of the company. In setting up the company, I maintained fifty five percent of the shares of the company and thus a controlling interest. My other two children, who have no real interest in the business as of yet, are getting two and a half percent of the company each. That brings us to sixty percent of the company being spoken for and another forty percent of the company to go. I made the decision that the forty percent is going to go to you three. KC and Marjorie, with the announcement of your engagement, collectively you two hold twenty-five percent of the company. Riley. You’ve been here since day one. You have been the backbone of this organization and as a result, I am giving you fifteen percent of the company.”

Riley looked around. “You’re giving me an ownership stake in the company?”

I nodded at him. “Yes. I am. This is the way it used to work in pro wrestling. If you were a top star in a territory, if you worked hard, you got a percentage of the office. With the rise of corporate wrestling, that went by the wayside. Well, I still believe in it. You’ve been my top guy. You’ve been essential to this company and it is important to me that you are with the company for the long haul.”

Riley ran his fingers through his hair. I could tell he wasn’t expecting this. “Thank you.”

I nodded to him. “You’re welcome. This also means we will, by accordance of law, have a board of directors. I will be the President of the Board of Directors. You will all sit on the board along with Pete Hall, Ricky Dale Johnson, Sean McFly and Joel Bryant. Together, we will lead CWL to the future. Together we will continue our climb and become the dominant professional wrestling group in the United States.”

I swallowed and exhaled. I had done it. I had officially taken the company from a small little start up to having a board of directors. I was incredibly proud. At sixty-two, I was still filled with all of the energy and gusto for the business as I had ever been and I was proud to see the business I started grow. I was also proud to share the ownership with my daughter and her future husband. I was proud to give Riley and ownership stake. Continental Wrestling League was here for the long haul.


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Unread 06-02-2019, 09:44 PM
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Television Title Finals Set




This week on Saturday Night Slammasters, we will see the finals of the Television Title tournament. Former World Junior Heavyweight Champion, North American Tag Team Champion, and winner of the first ever Oxford Invitational KC Glenn will battle former Texas Heavyweight Champion Hammer Hadley to become the first ever CWL Television Champion. This is a must see match up.

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Four Way To Determine Number One Contender Set

In our main event on this week's episode of Saturday Night Slammasters, "Pistol" Pete Hall has announced that Ash Campbell, Matthew Keith, Clyde Puder, and James Diaz will compete in a four way dance to determine Riley McManus' next challenger for the North American Heavyweight Championship.

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