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Unread 06-04-2019, 09:19 AM
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Available on NCTV
Week 2, April 2023.
Filmed at: Ellison’s [Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 4,017
Rating: 1.23 [924,650 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 Ellison's tonight in beautiful Hawaii and as always I'm joined in the broadcast booth by Ricky Dale Johnson. Ricky, tonight the GWC has sanctioned a brand new title and for the first time ever -- we will crown a World Openweight Champion as our main event features David Stone, Matty Faith, and Ranger all going head to head for this new championship.

RDJ: It's a fantastic opportunity for all three competitors to win a World's Title and put their name on the global map. All three men are going to leave it on the line tonight and I expect a great match up.

LB: As do I. The Television Title is also on the ilne and get this, Brooke Tyler has agreed to defend her Women's Championship on free television as she wrestles the tag team partner of Danielle Sweetheart, Maria Guest, tonight with the Women's Championship on the line. But first, Pistol Pete Hall is standing by backstage with an important announcement for the Oxford Invitational Tournament.



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We go backstage where CWL matchmaker “Pistol” Pete Hall is standing next to former United States champion, Funakoshi.

PH: “At Wrestling Summit VIII, Funakoshi lost the United States Championship in rather unfortunate circumstances. I am not an individual to overrule a referee decision, but I do recognize an injustice that needs to be fixed. The sixth annual Oxford Invitational is coming up and the decision was already made to enter the Devil’s Rejects -- one of the most accomplished tag teams in CWL history -- into the tournament. I have made the decision to allow Funakoshi to enter the tournament with a partner of his choosing and face the Devil’s Rejects. I will allow Funakoshi to announce his partner right now.”

Funakoshi steps forward and in a heavy, but understandable, accent -- he speaks.
Funakoshi: “My partner will be…. BUNRAKUKEN TORRI!”



The former BCG standout that is now employed by PGHW steps into the camera view. He says nothing but raises a forearm up to the camera. Due to time spent in WLW after the collapse of BCG and before being picked up by PGHW -- he has been seen in America on Pay Per View and is quite well known.

PH: “There you have it! In the first round of the Oxford Invitational, the Devil’s Rejects will take on The Last of the Lions!”

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“Mr. Impact” Hugh Ancrie versus KC Glenn ©

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, KC Glenn defeated Hugh Ancrie in 10:40 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band. KC Glenn makes defence number 1 of his CWL Television title.


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“Pistol” Pete Hall and Lisa Bowen are facing the camera.

PH: As the fans know, Bowen Services has been a dominant collective in CWL for years now. Currently, they field the World Tag Team Champions. As such, the number one seed in the Oxford Invitational Tournament will go to Bowen Services and the world Tag Team Champions. In addition, with Spencer Spade not being medically cleared and Ash Campbell set to face Riley McManus for the North American Heavyweight Championship -- that leaves Ox Mastadon and Franklin Rush without a match up. I am also entering them into the Oxford Invitational tournament.

LB: Thank you for this opportunity, Pete. Bowen Services looks forward to bringing home the Oxford Invitational Tournament trophy this year.

Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


Maria Guest versus “The Franchise” Brooke Tyler ©

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Brooke Tyler defeated Maria Guest in 7:23 by submission with a Brooke Breaker. Brooke Tyler makes defence number 3 of her CWL Women's title.


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RM: Ash Campbell. You’re a hell of an athlete. A hell of a professional wrestler. This business is in your blood. It runs through you. You’re going to be a great opponent -- but as good as you are -- I am CWL. I am what it means to be a professional wrestler. I am the cornerstone of this company and I am the top of the mountain and I’m not going anywhere. Not for a long… Long time.

Main Event
Triple Threat Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Matty Faith versus Ranger

In a bout that had superb wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Matty Faith defeated David Stone and Ranger in 27:29 when Matty Faith defeated David Stone by pinfall with a Leap Of Faith. Matty Faith wins the GWC World Openweight title.


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Unread 06-04-2019, 09:42 AM
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Available on NCTV
Week 3, April 2023.
Filmed at: Huntsville Fairgrounds [South East, USA]
In Attendance: 3,004
Rating: 1.27 [953,080 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 Huntsville Fairgrounds in Huntsville, Alabama. As always, I'm joined in the broadcast booth by Ricky Dale Johnson. Tonight, we get the final qualifying match for the Oxford Invitational. KC Glenn will defend his Television Title once more and Danielle Sweetheart will be in action ahead of her championship opportunity at the Oxford Invitational.



Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Qualifier

The Cummos versus The Canadian Lumberjacks

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, The Cummos defeated Florus Lefčvre and Paul Barnes in 7:49 when Kurt Cummo defeated Florus Lefčvre by pinfall with a Bat Fist.


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We are taken backstage where Lisa Bowen is standing with Cameron Vessey and Jeffery Aroma and a man with his back to us.

LB: Last week, Pete Hall announced that the World Tag Team Champions, Cameron Vessey & Jeffery Aroma were granted the number one seed in the Oxford Invitational. I was very excited about that offer -- but it also allows me to make the final decisions about the Bowen Services line up for the tournament. As of last night, I have signed someone to Bowen Services… Someone who I have decided will be competing alongside Cameron Vessey in the tournament… “COOL HAND” CASEY VALENTINE”



Valentine turns around. He and Cameron grin and clap hands. They are former tag team partners and good friends. Jeffery Aroma doesn’t say anything, but he clearly does not look happy about being replaced in the tournament.

Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


Sgt. Bison versus KC Glenn ©

In a bout that had good wrestling but little heat, KC Glenn defeated Sgt. Bison in 17:02 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band. KC Glenn makes defence number 2 of his CWL Television title.


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AC: My birthright is to be Heavyweight Champion. At the Oxford Invitational, I will reach my birthright. You can count on it. I’m bringing the belt back to Bowen Services and I am fulfilling my destiny. It’s meant to be.

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“The Queen of Hearts” Danielle Sweetheart versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Danielle Sweetheart defeated Harriet Blais in 18:07 by pinfall with a Super Kick.


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Oxford Invitational Card! Get Your Predictions In Today


Live from the Theatre of Dreams
Friday and Saturday, Week 4, April 2023.

Night One

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)

Special Attraction Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Houston Handley versus Toni Parisi

Also featuring eight first-round Oxford Invitational matchups.

Night Two

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
COTT World Heavyweight Championship
"The Dragon" Mikey James versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
"The Queen of Hearts" Danielle Sweetheart versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)

Opening Match
Six Man Scramble
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves vs. Hugh Ancrie vs. Skip Beau vs. Sgt. Bison vs. Jason O'Conner vs. Robbie McNamara

Also featuring the second, third, and final round of the Oxford Invitational!


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Night One

Main Event
North American Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)

Special Attraction Match
Houston Handley versus Toni Parisi


Night Two

COTT World Heavyweight Championship
"The Dragon" Mikey James versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)

North American Women's Championship
"The Queen of Hearts" Danielle Sweetheart versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)

Floyd Reeves vs. Hugh Ancrie vs. Skip Beau vs. Sgt. Bison vs. Jason O'Conner vs. Robbie McNamara

Tournament Round 1
CV2 def. The Heartbreak Express
The Last of the Lions def. The Devil's Rejects (probably via DQ)
Samoan Demolition Inc. def. The Foreign Legion
The European Stretching Crew def. Edd & David Stone (as much as it hurts Historian to job out the Stones. David's probably in decline and takes the fall)
Homegrown def. Precious Metals
Dynamite Express def. Jack & Lane
The Fallen def. The Cummos
The Mission def. Mastadon & Rush

Tournament Round 2
CV2 def. The Last of the Lions
The European Stretching Crew def. Samoan Demolition Inc.
Homegrown def. The Dynamite Express
The Mission def. The Fallen

Semi Finals
CV2 def. The European Stretching Crew
Homegrown def. The Mission

Final
CV2 def. Homegrown
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Night One
North American Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)

Houston Handley versus Toni Parisi

Night Two
COTT World Heavyweight Championship
"The Dragon" Mikey James versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)

North American Women's Championship
"The Queen of Hearts" Danielle Sweetheart versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)

Floyd Reeves vs. Hugh Ancrie vs. Skip Beau vs. Sgt. Bison vs. Jason O'Conner vs. Robbie McNamara

Oxford Invitational
C-V-2 def. The Heartbreak Express
The Last of the Lions def. The Devil's Rejects
The Foreign Legion def. Samoan Demolition Inc.
Edd & David Stone def. The European Stretching Crew
Homegrown def. Precious Metals
Jungle Jack & Joffy Laine def. Dynamite Express
The Fallen def. The Cummos
The Mission def. Mastadon & Rush

C-V-2 def. The Last of the Lions
Edd & David Stone def. The Foreign Legion
Homegrown def. Jungle Jack & Joffy Laine
The Fallen def. The Mission

Edd & David Stone def. C-V-2
The Fallen def. Homegrown

Edd & David Stone def. The Fallen
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Prediction reminder! Get 'em in before it's too late!
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)



Don't Know how long Riley has left on the top honestly.

Special Attraction Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Houston Handley versus Toni Parisi

Also featuring eight first-round Oxford Invitational matchups.

Night Two

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
COTT World Heavyweight Championship
"The Dragon" Mikey James versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
"The Queen of Hearts" Danielle Sweetheart versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)

Opening Match
Six Man Scramble
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves vs. Hugh Ancrie vs. Skip Beau vs. Sgt. Bison vs. Jason O'Conner vs. Robbie McNamara

Also featuring the second, third, and final round of the Oxford Invitational!


Oxford Invitational

First Round

Cv-2
Last Of The Lions
Samoan Destruction Inc
Stone Bros
HomeGrown
Dynamite Express
The Fallen
The Mission

CV-2
Stone Bros
HomeGrown
The Fallen

CV-2
HomeGrown

HomeGrown
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)

Special Attraction Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Houston Handley versus Toni Parisi

Also featuring eight first-round Oxford Invitational matchups.

Night Two

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
COTT World Heavyweight Championship
"The Dragon" Mikey James versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
"The Queen of Hearts" Danielle Sweetheart versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)

Opening Match
Six Man Scramble
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves vs. Hugh Ancrie vs. Skip Beau vs. Sgt. Bison vs. Jason O'Conner vs. Robbie McNamara

Oxford Invitational

First Round

C-V-2 Vs. The Heartbreak Express
The Last of the Lions Vs. The Devil's Rejects
The Foreign Legion Vs. Samoan Demolition Inc.
Edd & David Stone Vs. The European Stretching Crew
Homegrown Vs. Precious Metals
Jungle Jack & Joffy Laine Vs. Dynamite Express
The Fallen Vs. The Cummos
The Mission Vs. Mastadon & Rush

C-V-2 Vs. The Devil's Rejects
Edd & David Stone Vs. Samoan Demolition Inc.
Precious Metals Vs. Dynamite Express
The Fallen Vs. The Mission

Edd & David Stone Vs. C-V-2
The Fallen Vs. Dynamite Express

Edd & David Stone Vs. The Fallen
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Wow! I think it's safe to say that Robert Oxford's passion for tag team wrestling has really paid off this year! What a line-up!

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus (c)

Special Attraction Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Houston Handley versus Toni Parisi

Also featuring eight first-round Oxford Invitational matchups.

Night Two

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
COTT World Heavyweight Championship
"The Dragon" Mikey James versus "The Boss" Ross Henry (c)

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
"The Queen of Hearts" Danielle Sweetheart versus "The Franchise" Brooke Tyler (c)

Opening Match
Six Man Scramble
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Floyd Reeves vs. Hugh Ancrie vs. Skip Beau vs. Sgt. Bison vs. Jason O'Conner vs. Robbie McNamara

Oxford Invitational

First Round

C-V-2 Vs. The Heartbreak Express
The Last of the Lions Vs. The Devil's Rejects
The Foreign Legion Vs. Samoan Demolition Inc.
Edd & David Stone Vs. The European Stretching Crew
Homegrown Vs. Precious Metals
Jungle Jack & Joffy Laine Vs. Dynamite Express
The Fallen Vs. The Cummos
The Mission Vs. Mastadon & Rush

C-V-2 Vs. The Last of the Lions
The Foreign Legion Vs. Edd & David Stone
Homegrown Vs. Dynamite Express
The Fallen Vs. The Mission

Edd & David Stone Vs. C-V-2
Homegrown Vs. The Fallen

C-V-2 Vs. Homegrown
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Unread 06-05-2019, 09:07 PM
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Night One
Broadcast On Pay Per View Exclusively by MySelectUSA
Week 4, April 2023.
Held At: Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 10,000
Buy Rate: .11 [057,772 buys]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to the sixth annual Oxford Invitational. We are coming to you live on Pay Per View from the sold out Theatre of Dreams. Thank you for welcoming us in to your homes on this Friday night. I’m Lee Bambino and I’m joined in the broadcast booth by former World Champion and Hall of Fame wrestler, “The Sheriff” Ricky Dale Johnson. Ricky, tonight we have eight first round matches for America’s most prestigious tag team invitational. Teams from all of the world are here this weekend to compete for the opportunity to raise the Oxford Invitational trophy. What would a win in this tournament do for a career?

RDJ: It immediately elevates a team into title contention. The Diaz Cousins have already stated they will defend the North American Tag Team Championship against the winning team. You also have to imagine if a team like The Foreign Legion or Samoan Destruction, Inc. were to win they would get championship opportunities in their respective home companies. A win for a team like The Mission or The Fallen or Homegrown could also secure themselves a World Tag Team Title opportunity in the future based off of their pedigree and successes -- so it is a very big opportunity for every team in the tournament.

LB: That’s not all that’s going on tonight. In our main event, Riley McManus defends the North American Heavyweight Championship against Ash Campbell. Campbell will be representing Bowen Services as they attempt to reclaim the Heavyweight Championship.

RDJ: That should be a hell of a match. Riley McManus has never looked as good as he has these past few months since winning the championship at the Seventh Anniversary show. If he can keep that momentum going, he’s going to be hard to beat. Ash Campbell is the son of Hall of Fame wrestler Nemesis. He’s incredibly tough and versatile in the ring and with Lisa Bowen in his corner he could find himself Heavyweight Champion tonight.

LB: There is only one way to find out. Let’s go ringside for our first match up -- The Heartbreak Express versus the number one seed C-V-2.



Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Opening Round

The Heartbreak Express versus C-V-2 w/ Lisa Bowen

C-V-2 had not teamed in years before this match up, but they didn’t look like they had missed a beat as they took it right to the Heartbreak Express. The Express sold their asses off for C-V-2. They bumped all over the ring and made sure that C-V-2 looked like stars. A missed clothesline from Casey Valentine opened up the Express to make a big comeback. Several big dropkicks -- including a big double dropkick. The crowd really started getting behind the Heartbreak Express. Valentine came charging in and a double backbody drop sent him over the top rope and crashing to the floor.

Ralph Liotta hit Cameron Vessey with a big swinging neckbreaker -- his trademark move before tagging in Johnny Needham who climbed to the top rope. The crowd began to boo -- because here came big Jeffery Aroma. The monster hit the ring while Lisa Bowen had Ray Johnson’s attention, demanding that he disqualify the Heartbreak Express for what they did to Casey. Ralph came charging at Aroma -- who immediately hit him with a huge spinebuster. Johnny lept towards him and got punched out of the air. Johnny fell back into the turnbuckle. Aroma is grabbed from behind on his shoulder and he turns -- without thinking, and blasts Cameron Vessey right in the face. Vessey dropped like a sack of potatoes and Aroma’s eyes went wide -- but he had to bail out of the ring before Ray Johnson turned around and disqualified C-V-2.

Aroma left the ring and Needham collapsed onto the knocked out Cameron Vessey. Johnson made the three count and the number sixteen seed upset the number one seed!

The Heartbreak Express defeated C-V-2 in 10:11 when Johnny Needham defeated Cameron Vessey by pinfall following botched interference by Jeffery Aroma.


Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Opening Round

The Last of the Lions versus The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise

Before this match even started, the fans were on their feet. First of all, they *hate* The Devil’s Rejects. The boos for the most successful team in CWL history were defeaning. Second of all, they were incredibly excited to see Bunrakuken Torii live in the flesh. “Machine Gun” has carved out a reputation for himself over his fourteen year career as being one of the best wrestlers on the planet and his team with fellow BCG alumnus Funakoshi has some of the diehards in attendance salivating.

The two teams did not disappoint. From the opening bell, this was an incredibly physical match up between two teams they don’t like each other. Funakoshi started for his team and came out like a man possessed -- a man who wants his United States Championship back. A man with a mission. The Rejects didn’t back down and the two teams went at each other full tilt. Back and forth. Big strikes where done by all. Holly and Anderson hit a Big Boot Backdrop Driver combination onto Funakoshi that was just wicked -- but Torii was the legal man and he hit both members of the Rejects with a Spinning Forearm Smash that landed flush on each one and allowed him to pick up the pinfall victory in a thrilling contest.

Funakoshi and Bunrakuken Torii defeated The Devil's Rejects in 13:21 when Bunrakuken Torii defeated Johnny Anderson by pinfall with a Spinning Forearm Smash.


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We cut backstage where a cameraman appears to be peering around a corner at a scene we are not supposed to be seeing. Cameron Vessey and Jeffery Aroma are standing almost nose to nose. Arguing. We aren’t close enough to tell what they’re saying, but it’s clear that Cameron isn’t happy with Aroma -- and Aroma isn’t happy either. Aroma shoves Vessey away from him and turns and storms out as the cameraman high tails it to not get caught.

Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Opening Round

The Foreign Legion versus Samoan Destruction, Inc

A very underwhelming match here. Both teams have a world of experience, but the fans were just not nearly as into seeing the Foreign Legion -- who also seemed really off of their game against Samoan Destruction Inc. Fortunately, it did not last long and a Rhino Charge from Rhino to Jacques punched the Samoans tickets to the second round.

Samoan Destruction Inc. defeated The Foreign Legion in 7:10 when Rhino Umaga defeated Jacques DuPont by pinfall with a Rhino Charge.


Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Opening Round

Edd & David Stone versus European Stretching Crew

Uncle and Nephew teaming up for the first time against a very capable technical wrestling duo. This was a very technical based match up. They went hold for hold and back and forth. It was a great technical display that the crowd really got into. Edd and David showed the natural chemistry that comes with being family. David hit a beautiful German Suplex on Nigel Svensson and the Stones were onto the next round.

Edd Stone and David Stone defeated European Stretching Crew in 14:22 when David Stone defeated Nigel Svensson by pinfall with a German Suplex.


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AC: Tonight… Tonight I fulfill my destiny. Tonight I take the next step in my legacy. In elevating the name Campbell to the highest echelons of professional wrestling. I will do whatever it takes. I will bleed. I will suffer. I will make Riley bleed. I will make Riley suffer. I will stop at nothing to leave here tonight as the North American Heavyweight Champion.

Special Attraction
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Houston Handley versus Toni Parissi

A match that really is designed to give a break from the tag team action and feature two of CWL’s women. Parissi is a new arrival to CWL and looking to establish herself as a force in the division while Handley has had some success but has not really gotten over the plateau into full blown stardom as a female wrestler. The two women had an okay match, but Parissi seemed a little tentative on the big stage. Her Swinging Neckbreaker finish was very vicious looking though and definitely got the job done.

Toni Parissi defeated Houston Handley in 13:13 by pinfall with a Swinging Neckbreaker.


Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Oxford Invitational Opening Round
Homegrown versus Precious Metals

The Precious Metals had the opportunity of a lifetime here. The reigning Texas Tag Team Champions came out with their belts and looked great -- in their entrance -- while Homegrown, former two-time North American Tag and former World Tag Team Champions came out with a lot of fire. It wasn’t a long match, but it was filled with fire. Homegrown had that country boy fire that carried them through the Precious Metals -- who came with a lot of fire themselves. Puder hit his devastating Patriot Powerslam on Ryan Steel and the Texas Tag Team Champions came up short.

Homegrown defeated The Precious Metals in 8:31 when Clyde Puder defeated Ryan Steel by pinfall with a Patriot Powerslam.


Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Opening Round

Jungle Jack & Joffy Laine versus The Dynamite Express

The COTT World Tag Team Champions against former three-time Mid Atlantic Tag Team Champions. A solid match that limited Jungle Jack -- who is clearly well passed his prime physically and even though the match was only ten minutes was huffing wind by the end of it. He’s almost fifty though, so it’s probably excusable. The Express got to showcase the team work that made them must-see when they were in MAW. Cameron Jones hit a beautiful Fisherman’s Suplex on Jungle Jack and got the three count and punched the Express’ ticket to the next round.

The Dynamite Express defeated Jungle Jack and Joffy Laine in 10:08 when Cameron Jones defeated Jungle Jack by pinfall with a Fisherman's Suplex.


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We are treated to a hype package for tomorrow night’s co main event. Mikey James, formerly Mikey Lau in SWF, coming to CWL and to the GWC to challenge Ross Henry for the World’s Title. While there are no SWF video clips shown in the video -- there is a bunch of CZCW clips shown -- of the exciting athlete that James is and can be while also showcasing Ross Henry’s recent championship defenses. Him in Mexico, in Canada, in Japan, defending the World’s Champion, being presented like a star. It was a well made video package.

Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Opening Round

The Cummos versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

Former North American Tag Team and two time Texas Tag Team Champions, the Cummos were looking to score a major upset against The Fallen -- perhaps the most physically imposing and most dangerous team in the tournament -- and last year’s winners of this very tournament. The Cummos came up like a house of fire and really tried to take The Fallen off their game plan early -- but The Fallen were just too big, too devastating. A Devolution Bomb from Hellion onto Kurt sealed the deal.

The Fallen defeated The Cummos in 8:27 when Hellion defeated Kurt Cummo by pinfall with a Devolution Bomb.


Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Opening Round

The Mission versus Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen

The final opening round match of the tournament did not disappoint. This was the first time Rush and Mastadon have teamed and they showed good natural chemistry, though Ox still does not seem like the athlete he once was. That major concussion he suffered seems to have some lingering effects -- but Rush more than made up for it. Faith came out with the World Openweight Championship and he looked like he is really coming into his own as a star wrestler and might be outgrowing his team with Ranger. Faith and Rush had a great exchange that ended up with Faith hitting a Faith Falls Eternal to punch The Mission -- who have also won this tournament before -- into the next round and a match up with The Fallen.

The Mission defeated Ox Mastadon and Franklin Rush in 11:17 when Matty Faith defeated Franklin Rush by pinfall with a Faith Falls Eternal.


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RM: As a boy, I only wanted one thing. I wanted to be Heavyweight Champion. I never wanted to pitch game seven of the World Series. I never wanted to throw the game winning pass in the Superbowl. I never wanted to hit a buzzer beater three in Game 7, never wanted to race the Indy 500. I wanted to be Heavyweight Champion. I became that. I achieved my goals and my dreams and it has been better than I could ever imagine. I walk out that curtain and I feel it in my bones. This is who I am. This is what I was meant to do. I know what Ash Campbell wants. I know what he’s willing to do to get what he wants -- but the one problem is, in just a few minutes he will be standing across the ring from me. He will have to look me in the eye and understand that this Southern boy, this wrestler ain’t afraid of nothing. He can throw whatever he wants at me and when the bell rings I will still be standing… I will still be North American Heavyweight Champion and I will still be the Cornerstone of this company.

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus ©

The main event of the evening. Continuing the trend of big fight feels in CWL main events, this felt like a big deal. Ash Campbell came to the ring looking a little crazy, a little more like his father than maybe he’d like to admit -- a little more like a man on the brink of a breakdown. Riley McManus looked like a Heavyweight Champion who had found himself. A man who was taking the next step in his career, reaching that next stratosphere.

Senior referee Darren Smith announced that this match would be contested under ‘relaxed’ rules -- which means that while disqualifications were still a thing, he also allowed the two men to fight -- and fight they did. Ash Campbell hit a gear seldom seen in the second generation superstar. He and Riley had a brawl that would have made Shane Sneer proud. Ash fought like his father. At one point, Ash and Riley were ringside and Ash got onto the apron and hit a running front flip cannonball thing onto Riley.

Neither man bled in this match, but they beat the hell out of each other and the crowd was into every single thing they were doing. Riley hit a back body drop on Ash that sent him over the guardrail and into the first two rows of chairs -- thankfully fans moved out of the way before Ash crashed into them.

Ash hit a moonsault from the ring apron onto a standing Riley that sent both crashing into the guardrail and rolled Riley in. Ash went for the Shooting Star Press that he is known for -- and it was beautiful -- he got superb elevation and the rotation was breathtaking -- but the landing was hard when Riley wasn’t there. That was followed up by the Slingshot Suplex and Riley McManus notched another defense of the North American Heavyweight Championship in a thrilling contest.

Riley McManus defeated Ash Campbell in 22:24 by pinfall with a Slingshot Suplex. Riley McManus makes defence number 2 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.


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Aroma is grabbed from behind on his shoulder and he turns -- without thinking, and blasts Cameron Vessey right in the face. Vessey dropped like a sack of potatoes and Aroma’s eyes went wide -- but he had to bail out of the ring before Ray Johnson turned around and disqualified C-V-2.

Aroma left the ring and Needham collapsed onto the knocked out Cameron Vessey. Johnson made the three count and the number sixteen seed upset the number one seed!
Damn, I had Aroma costing C-V-2 in the final, but you pulled that trigger immediately! Good swerve!
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Night two is coming soon. Today was the last day of the school year for me, so needless to say this was a busy week of finalizing grades, writing report cards, and doing all of the end of year things I’m responsible for; however, the year is done and with the exception of one day next week, I am on vacation — so expect night two soon!
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Night Two
Broadcast On Pay Per View Exclusively by MySelectUSA
Week 4, April 2023.
Held At: Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 10,000
Buy Rate: .09 [45,510 buys]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to night two of the sixth annual Oxford Invitational. We are live on Pay Per View, exclusively aired by MySelecUSA and we are coming to you from the sold out Theatre of Dreams. Thank you for welcoming us into your homes once again. Tonight we present the final three rounds of the Oxford Invitational. Eight teams remain and tonight only one will leave with the trophy, but before we get into that -- I’m joined in the broadcast booth by “The Sheriff”, the legendary Ricky Dale Johnson. Ricky! Are you excited for tonight's action?

RDJ: I’m beyond excited. Eight teams are still standing. The Mission. The Fallen. Homegrown. And the surprise of the whole tournament -- The Heartbreak Express! Plus four other teams. I can’t wait to find out who will survive what’s left and win the Oxford Invitational. Plus, the World’s Title is on the line tonight!

LB: “The Dragon” Mikey James makes his official CWL debut tonight against Ross Henry. This is a blockbuster co-main event. Ross Henry has been on a tear since last fall when he first beat Gino Montero. Tonight, he’s going for his eighth defense of the World’s Heavyweight Championship. We don’t want to waste anytime, so let’s go ringside for our opening match.



Opening Match
Six Man Scramble
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Floyd Reeves versus Hugh Ancrie versus Skip Beau versus Sgt. Bison versus Jason O’Conner versus Robbie McNamara

Six men that are all trying to make an impact and get some momentum. It was announced at the beginning of this match that Floyd Reeves is officially back on the main roster after spending some time in the Texas Grappling League. This was an open match with action going all over the place. Each man got an opportunity to shine and each man hit their signature move -- almost one right after the other -- until Floyd Reeves hit Robbie McNamara with the Six String Slam [Billy Gunn’s Gunnslinger].

Floyd Reeves defeated Hugh Ancrie, Skip Beau, Sgt. Bison, Jason O'Conner and Robbie McNamara in 9:56 when Floyd Reeves defeated Robbie McNamara by pinfall with a Six String Slam.


Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Second Round

The Heartbreak Express versus The Last of the Lions

The Heartbreak Express -- who shocked the world when they upset C-V-2 in the first round of the tournament were up against the hard-hitting, strong style duo of Funakoshi and Bunrakuken Torii. This was an action packed match with The Last of the Lions dominating most of it. Liotta was really in sell-mode for the two Japanese warriors. Johnny Anderson and Keith Holly hit the ring and gave a big distraction -- which allowed Needham to hit a moonsault right onto Torii and get the pinfall victory and the Heartbreak Express are surprisingly into the semi finals.

The Heartbreak Express defeated Bunrakuken Torii and Funakoshi in 11:46 when Johnny Needham defeated Bunrakuken Torii by pinfall with a Moonsault after a distraction from Johnny Anderson.


Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Second Round

Edd & David Stone versus Samoan Destruction, Inc

A solid, if unspectacular match that continued to show the Stone Family's technical superiority but also highlighted that perhaps Samoan Destruction, Inc. has finally reached the point of no return. After over twenty years of wrestling for each of them, twenty years in the hard hitting Japanese style, their bodies are giving out on them and they can’t reach the levels they once did. David Stone hit Samaon Machine with a German Suplex to send the Stones to a date with the Heartbreak Express.

In a decent match, Edd Stone and David Stone defeated Samoan Destruction Inc. in 9:35 when David Stone defeated Samoan Machine by pinfall with a German Suplex.


Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Second Round

Homegrown versus The Dynamite Express

Homegrown and Dynamite Express as a thrilling wrestling contest that was only hampered by time. If this match went ten more minutes it probably would have been an all time classic. Puder looked like a guy who should be the biggest star in wrestling while Collier and Jones showed the teamwork they learned in Mid Atlantic Wrestling, the teamwork that has made them one of the most feared teams in the world.

Several times in the match, the Express almost got the victory but big Jakob Yoder, the original graduate of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling hit his devastating Whip-In Big Boot [picture Jake the Snake’s short-arm clothesline, but with a big boot]. Homegrown punched their ticket to the semi-finals.

Homegrown defeated The Dynamite Express in 9:07 when Jakob Yoder defeated Syd Collier by pinfall with a Whip-In Big Foot.


Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Second Round

The Mission versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

Of the matches in the tournament so far, this was the stand out. Two teams that are really tremendous -- and two teams that know each other very well. All four are products of the SWF system, but all four are men who got out and really found themselves once free of the Eisen Empire. Continuing a trend of excellence, Matty Faith was sensational in this match -- in particular with his selling for Hellion and Scythe. Faith really got the crowd into everything, his facials were through the roof and Hellion looked like the monster that he’s supposed to be. Faith made the hot take to Ranger -- who initially looked like he was going to be the star of the team but as the years have gone on it has become clear that he really is the second fiddle. Hellion hit Ranger with a Devolution Bomb after Father Grim tripped Ranger up. It was especially impressive because of the size of both men. Hellion got the pin and his team has a date with Homegrown in the semi finals.

In a bout that had superb wrestling and good heat, The Fallen defeated The Mission in 13:55 when Hellion defeated Ranger by pinfall with a Devolution Bomb after Father Grim interfered. During the match we also had Torment run in and attack Faith.

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


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BT: This is my women’s division. I earned my spot at the top and I’m not letting it go. You want this belt, you’re going to have to kill me and pry it out of my cold dead hands. Danielle Sweetheart, I don’t think you’re up to it. I don’t think you’ve got what it takes. But in just a few minutes, we’re going to find out.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


“The Queen of Hearts” Danielle Sweetheart versus “The Franchise” Brooke Tyler ©

Danielle Sweetheart and Tyler had a very good match for the North American Women’s Championship. It was a technical showcase and Sweetheart showed that she could hang with the women’s champion -- and Tyler got to showcase her incredible mat wrestling skill that led to her locking in the Brooke Breaker and securing her fourth title defense.

Brooke Tyler defeated Danielle Sweetheart in 13:09 by submission with a Brooke Breaker. Brooke Tyler makes defence number 4 of her CWL Women's title.


Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Semi Finals

The Heartbreak Express versus Edd & David Stone

The Heartbreak Express and the Stones put on a very good match up. They were similarly sized, so all four of them got to work a quick, fast-paced, Junior Heavyweight style match with the Stones using their fluid technical wrestling and the Express got to showcase some fluid tag team wrestling that led them to multiple regional tag team titles. David Stone hit a beautiful German Suplex -- one of his real trademark moves -- on Ralph Liotta but Johnny Needham broke up the pinfall before the Stones could punch their ticket to the finals. Liotta hit David with a big dropkick that sent him into Edd Stone. It knocked Edd off the apron and allowed Liotta to roll up David Stone and the Heartbreak Express are going to the finals!

The Heartbreak Express defeated Edd Stone and David Stone in 10:55 when Ralph Liotta defeated David Stone by pinfall with a fast roll up.


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David Stone can’t believe that he just got pinned. He gets up and turns to his Uncle Edd, who has gotten in the ring. Edd pats David on the back as if to say it’s going to be okay. David nods and goes to get out of the ring, but Edd attacks him! Edd really puts the boots to his nephew and the crowd explodes with boos.

Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
Oxford Invitational Semi Finals

Homegrown versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

Another great tag team match between two very, very good teams. Hoemgrown and The Fallen really took it to one another. Back and forth action between four big men who were working hard. It looked like Homegrown had it in the bag, but Father Grim distracted the referee and the Diaz Cousins hit the ring and laid out Homegrown and allowed Scythe to hit a Choke Slam on Yoder. The referee turned around and did not see the Diaz Cousins ringside so he counted the three and The Fallen are headed to the tournament finals for the second straight year.

The Fallen defeated Homegrown in 12:02 when Scythe defeated Jakob Yoder by pinfall with a Choke Slam after Father Grim interfered. During the match we also had Logan Diaz run in and attack Puder.


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The Diaz Cousins roll back into the ring and continue their attack on Homegrown. Clearly these four men are far from being finished in their program.

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Ross Henry cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Mikey James.

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


“The Dragon” Mikey James versus “The Boss” Ross Henry ©

Mikey James first match in CWL was one that really showcased what he could do. He looked sensational in this match against Ross Henry. He got to showcase the kind of work he wasn’t allowed to do for the Eisens, and Ross made a perfect opponent for him. Henry was a good base and he used his power to allow Mikey to showcase his selling. It made for a great contrast -- the only downside is the fans really liked both men and didn’t have anyone to boo!

Ross Henry defeated Mikey James in 21:58 by pinfall with an Earthquake Powerslam. Ross Henry makes defence number 8 of his GWC World Heavyweight title.


Main Event
Tag Team Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


The Heartbreak Express versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

The finals of the tournament had the surprising run of the Heartbreak Express against last year’s winners The Fallen. Both teams were wrestling their third match of the night. The Fallen had very physical contests, while the Express have taken several beatings and they took a beating in this match. It was slow and methodical and the Fallen looked incredibly dangerous as the Fallen pummeled them. Hellion, at one point, even hit a second rope splash on BOTH members of the Heartbreak Express that almost won the match -- it only didn’t because Needham got his foot on the bottom rope.

The Express made a big comeback though and really picked up the speed of the match. They hit several double team moves and ended up taking Scythe out of the match when Needham got down on all fours and Liotta used Needham’s back as a launching pad for a Blockbuster to Scythe that was just beautiful. Needham ducked a clothesline from Hellion and rolled him up and got the three count and the Express shocked the whole world and won the sixth annual Oxford Invitational!

The Heartbreak Express defeated The Fallen in 17:03 when Johnny Needham defeated Hellion by pinfall with a roll up. Johnny Needham and Ralph Liotta win the Robert Oxford Invitational titles.

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


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Available on NCTV
Week 4, April 2023.
Filmed at: Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 10,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: 1.41 [1,057,700 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 Theatre of Dreams and tonight we will see the Television Championship defended, as well as Lucy Stone-McFly and Tiffany Jade going one on one.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


Seth Whitehead versus KC Glenn ©

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, KC Glenn defeated Seth Whitehead in 10:44 by pinfall with a Super Kick. KC Glenn makes defence number 3 of his CWL Television title.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Skip Beau versus “The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Alexander Vasquez defeated Skip Beau in 8:43 by submission.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “The Return of the Monster” James Diaz

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, James Diaz defeated Ray Badell in 9:20 by pinfall with an Asian Thumb Spike.


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Lucy Stone-McFly had an interview hyping her upcoming singles match with Tiffany Jade.

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Tiffany Jade

In a decent match, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Tiffany Jade in 16:40 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.


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I sat in my new office and looked across my desk. Taylor Ryan sat across the desk from me. He was the Senior Vice President of Programming for NCTV. Technically, he was in charge of Saturday Night Slammasters from a network perspective. He gave us feedback, let us know how the network was feeling and all of that. So far, my meetings with him had been incredibly pleasant. We were doing good numbers, consistent numbers in our 11:00PM Saturday slot. It was a good slot. Not too much competition in our specific time slot. We had an hour show. It was a good show. We had listened to them when they asked for the Television Championship -- I had figured out a way to add the belt and make it something different than our other belts.

Ryan, “We are incredibly pleased with how Continental Wrestling League has been performing. You are consistently winning your time slot in the ratings. Your performances in your major markets the North West, South West, and Mid South is very high. Your ratings in the South East and Mid West are also very good, with New England and the Tri State area both coming along. Mid Atlantic is still struggling, but we know we will get them.”

I nodded my head. “Thank you. We are really pleased with our recent performances. We think we’ve really found our stride from a television production standpoint and we think we are really starting to produce television shows that match at least TCW from a quality standpoint.

Ryan smiled his head at me. “That’s what we were thinking. We also think that your show should be ninety minutes. We want to extend you that half hour until 12:30. But, we want it to feature more female talent. We’ve noticed that some of the highest rated quarter hours are when the women are on. Only USPW features a women’s division in major American pro wrestling and even then it is a novelty. We think if you feature your women more in the extra half hour, it will really help you stand out against TCW and SWF’s programming -- and eventually USPW’s. It’s the biggest room for growth.”

I leaned back in my chair. An extra thirty minutes of television would be nice. That would mean more advertising. More money for us. It wouldn’t cost that much more to produce. Our women’s roster was very deep. We could feature them more. “What did you have in mind?”

Ryan leaned forward against my desk. “Women’s Tag Team titles. No other major company has tag titles for women. You have the roster depth. You already have Ladies Night, The Uprising, Tex-Mex. You’ve got plenty of depth. Add the tag titles in there, let that drive some extra women’s matches. It will be great.”

I ran my fingers through my hair. They had asked for a Television Championship and I gave it to them. Now they were asking for Women’s Tag Team Championships, but in exchange for an extra half hour of time on our shows. That extra half hour could really come in handy. I nodded my head. “Okay. I’ll contact my guy in Arkansas and see if he can’t get something made for us and we’ll get the ball rolling. When do you want us to go to ninety minutes?”

Ryan stood up. “Immediately. Your next show. We’ve already blocked out the extra half hour. Thank you, Robert. You won’t regret it. It’s going to be great for business.”
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