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GWC World Heavyweight Championship: Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Ross Henry (c)
Comments: Ross’ reign still has some juice left in it

North American Heavyweight Championship: Hellion w/ Father Grim vs. Riley McManus (c)
Comments: Hellion is just a speed bump for McManus

GWC World Openweight Championship: Torment w/ Father Grim vs. Matty Faith (c)
Comments: I’ll go with Torment with the surprise domination so Faith can comeback later and get his win back

GWC World Tag Team Championship: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: This serves to further the tension between the Keiths

Grudge Match: Homegrown vs. The Diaz Cousins
Comments: They’re hotter right now

US Championship: Funakoshi vs. Keith Holly (c) w/ February Malaise
Comments: Holly to retain.

North American Women's Championship: Lucy Stone-McFly vs. Brooke Tyler (c)
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North American Women's Tag Team Championship: Tex-Mex vs. Ladies Night vs. Jade & Parissi
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GWC World Heavyweight Championship: Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Ross Henry (c)
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North American Heavyweight Championship: Hellion w/ Father Grim vs. Riley McManus (c)
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GWC World Openweight Championship: Torment w/ Father Grim vs. Matty Faith (c)
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GWC World Tag Team Championship: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
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Grudge Match: Homegrown vs. The Diaz Cousins
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US Championship: Funakoshi vs. Keith Holly (c) w/ February Malaise
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North American Women's Championship: Lucy Stone-McFly vs. Brooke Tyler (c)
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North American Women's Tag Team Championship
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GWC World Heavyweight Championship: Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Ross Henry (c)
North American Heavyweight Championship: Hellion w/ Father Grim vs. Riley McManus (c)
Comments: I don't see either of these champs losing just yet.

GWC World Openweight Championship: Torment w/ Father Grim vs. Matty Faith (c)
Comments: On the other hand, I think Torment just might pull it off.

GWC World Tag Team Championship: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
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Grudge Match: Homegrown vs. The Diaz Cousins
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US Championship: Funakoshi vs. Keith Holly (c) w/ February Malaise
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North American Women's Championship: Lucy Stone-McFly vs. Brooke Tyler (c)
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North American Women's Tag Team Championship: Tex-Mex vs. Ladies Night vs. Jade & Parissi
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GWC World Heavyweight Championship: Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Ross Henry (c)
Comments: Spade and Henry might put on your best match ever. Either way, Spade grabs the gold.

North American Heavyweight Championship: Hellion w/ Father Grim vs. Riley McManus (c)
Comments: Riley gets a good run here before Campbell or some other young stud grabs the belt.

GWC World Openweight Championship: Torment w/ Father Grim vs. Matty Faith (c)
Comments: Torment got the build up and I thought he'd go after McManus. But I think he goes over here, giving the Fallen something to fight and defend.

GWC World Tag Team Championship: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: The issues with Aroma (and arrival of Valentine) make this a cauldron ready to explode.

Grudge Match: Homegrown vs. The Diaz Cousins
Comments: Homegrown has sadly drifted a little with the arrivals of really talented guys. I'd like to see Puder get a singles run soon.

US Championship: Funakoshi vs. Keith Holly (c) w/ February Malaise
Comments: The Lionheart gives it a good match, but Holly retains.

North American Women's Championship: Lucy Stone-McFly vs. Brooke Tyler (c)
Comments: Could go either way. The ladies don't really get much of a run on stroylines, so I hope the longer Slammasters and more ladies matches helps make some storylines in their division.

North American Women's Tag Team Championship: Tex-Mex vs. Ladies Night vs. Jade & Parissi
Comments: Jade as an inaugural champ was my pick...until the "no chemistry" note hit. Now one of the established teams gets it.
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GWC World Heavyweight Championship: Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen vs. Ross Henry (c)
Comments: Shady win for Spade, keeps him relevant and gives him something to keep bragging about. Might be a bit soon for RH to lose the belt though, so maybe a win but no title change

North American Heavyweight Championship: Hellion w/ Father Grim vs. Riley McManus (c)
Comments: Tough defense, but defense regardless

GWC World Openweight Championship: Torment w/ Father Grim vs. Matty Faith (c)
Comments: I feel Matty's turned into somewhat of a jobber to the stars and Ranger even more so. With Hellion losing, Torment wins this

GWC World Tag Team Championship: The Keith Brothers vs. Bowen Services (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Comments: Another shady win with no title change. Keiths can argue over the outcome, Bowen's boys can argue over not winning gold, both storylines progress

Grudge Match: Homegrown vs. The Diaz Cousins
Comments: Nepotism, you say?

US Championship: Funakoshi vs. Keith Holly (c) w/ February Malaise
Comments: Looks like Funakoshi had his run and Holly's being built up as a singles menace

North American Women's Championship: Lucy Stone-McFly vs. Brooke Tyler (c)
Comments: Moar second generation wrestlers...

North American Women's Tag Team Championship: Tex-Mex vs. Ladies Night vs. Jade & Parissi
Comments: Individual talents, check. Chemistry, probably. Experience, maybe, having the titles should give them reason to build it up faster. Wrestlers Historian has a weak spot, check. Faces overcoming the odds, check
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Unread 06-17-2019, 05:41 PM
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Broadcast On Pay Per View Exclusively by MySelectUSA
Week 4, May 2023.
Held At: Clover Fields [Mid South, USA]
In Attendance: 12,915
Buy Rate: .10 [50,180 buys]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to Fire on the Mountain! Thank you for inviting us into your home tonight. We are coming to you live from Clover Fields with almost thirteen thousand people, a record crowd for the CWl, filled into the building tonight to witness one heck of a wrestling show. Joining me in calling the action tonight is Ricky Dale Johnson. Ricky -- what match are you most looking forward to?

RDJ: That’s a tough question, Lee. It’s probably a toss up between the North American Heavyweight Championship match between Hellion and Riley McManus and the World’s Championship match between Ross Henry and Spencer Spade. Both matches should be absolute barn burners. Riley McManus has yet to defend against someone as physically imposing as Hellion -- and despite the roll he has been on recently, he’s never been closer to losing his championship. Ross Henry has been a dominant World’s Champion. He has appeared all over the world with that title, but Spencer Spade has the wildcard in Lisa Bowen and Bowen Services. How will it play out?



Opening Match
Three Way Tag Team Dance
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Tex-Mex vs. Ladies Night vs. Jade & Parissi

The first ever Women’s Tag Team Champions were set to be named in this contest. Tex-Mex and Ladies Night really looked like the two best teams in the match while Parissi and Jade clearly don’t gel as a team -- their timing was all over the place. Parissi pinned Houston Handley to eliminate Tex Mex and make it just Ladies Night and Jade & Parissi. Danielle Sweetheart came alive when it was down to the final two teams and she really cleaned house. She pinned Parissi to secure Ladies Night the CWL North American Women’s Tag Team Championship -- the first women’s tag team champions in company history.

Ladies Night defeated Tex-Mex and Tiffany Jade and Toni Parissi in 15:26; the order of elimination was Tex-Mex first, and then Tiffany Jade and Toni Parissi. Ladies Night win the CWL Women's Tag Team titles.


Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


“Lionheart” Funakoshi versus Keith Holly © w/ February Malaise

The second singles match between these two warriors did not disappoint. They went right at. Another hard hitting contest between two hard hitting men. Holly threw several nasty headbutts and hit a lariat on Funakoshi that looked like it took his head off.

Funakoshi fought back with hard hitting strikes. Several big forearms and a headbutt of his own. The crowd was into this match. Funakoshi hit a Butterfly Backbreaker on Keith Holly and suddenly he was now a two time United States Champion.

Funakoshi defeated Keith Holly in 11:54 by pinfall with a Butterfly Backbreaker. Funakoshi wins the CWL United States title.


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Funakoshi hoists the United States title high above his head, but he’s blindsided by Keith Holly. Holly attacked Funakoshi with a vicious assault, including hitting two Reaper Breaker’s on the new United States Champion.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Lucy Stone-McFly versus Brooke Tyler ©

A very good contest between two excellent women’s wrestlers. Stone-McFly was the second ever North American Women’s Champion -- she won the championship in her first match as professional wrestler. Tyler has proven herself over the past few months as one of the top female talents in the world and the two women went out there to have a great wrestling match. Lucy looked very much like her mother in 1997 when Victoria was the top female wrestler in Canada and working for NOTBPW, AAA, and 5SWW and Brooke showed the same kind of technical proficiency as her father did when he was one of the top wrestlers on the independent scene for the better part of two decades.

They went at it in a short match, but a match filled with back and forth action. Tyler twice went for the Brooke Breaker but was not able to lock it in. Lucy countered a suplex attempt and hit the Delorean Driver that was made famous by her father to capture her second Women’s Championship.

Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Brooke Tyler in 7:53 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver. Lucy Stone-McFly wins the CWL Women's title.


Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Homegrown versus The Diaz Cousins

Two teams that don’t like each other and brought the fight to one another. This was a hard hitting contest that started off hot and continued throughout the duration of the match. Ray Johnson had a lot of trouble keeping this match in the ring and keeping both teams under control. Clyde Puder hit James Diaz with a big Patriot Powerslam and Homegrown got the victory.

Homegrown defeated The Diaz Cousins in 12:32 when Clyde Puder defeated James Diaz by pinfall with a Patriot Powerslam.


Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Torment w/ Father Grim versus Matty Faith ©

Torment and Matty Faith went at it in a match that had superb wrestling. Torment is an excellent wrestler for a man his size and Matty Faith’s selling is on a whole different level. Faith got some good offense in throughout the match, but this was a story of Torment trying to put Faith away and Faith refusing to stay down, refusing to die. Faith made a big comeback and even hit a big powerslam -- Torment never gets slammed and this really brought the crowd alive. Matty Faith climbed to the top rope and hit a massive Leap of Faith.

As Darren Smith was counting the pin, Father Grim yanked him out of the ring. This caused the disqualification -- which prevented Torment from actually being pinned and gave Matty Faith the title defense.

Matty Faith defeated Torment in 13:42 by disqualification. Matty Faith makes defence number 5 of his GWC World Openweight title.


Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


The Keith Brothers versus Bowern Services © w/ Lisa Bowen

The World Tag Team Titles were on the line in a great match up. The Keith Brothers have natural team chemistry, the kind of chemistry that only comes from being twin brothers who grew up together, learned to wrestle together, and have taken on the world together. Cameron Vessey and Jeffery Aroma have made four successful defenses of the World Tag Team Titles since winning them in March, but have not been seeing eye to eye since Casey Valentine made a shocking return to CWL.

Aroma and Vessey weren’t on the same page at all in the match which allowed the Keith Brothers to stay in control. They isolated Jeffery Aroma and kept the big man down for quite some time. Aroma made a comeback and tried to tag in Vessey, but Vessey dropped off the apron and left Aroma alone in the ring to eat a double snap suplex from the Keith Brothers which Greg followed up with a cover to get the three count and win the World Tag Team Titles.

The Keith Brothers defeated Cameron Vessey and Jeffery Aroma in 16:42 when Greg Keith defeated Jeffery Aroma by pinfall. The Keith Brothers win the GWC World Tag Team titles.

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


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Aroma is getting to his feet and Casey Valentine and Cameron Vessey hit the ring and beat the big man down -- officially kicking him out of Bowen Services -- which was punctuated when Vessey hit aroma with a Vessey Driver II -- with some help from Casey Valentine.


Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


“American Hellspawn” Hellion w/ Father Grim versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus ©

The match of the night. Surprisingly. Hellion has never looked this good. He looked like the monster heel that he should look like. Riley sold for him, got up for him, and made Hellion look especially dangerous. The crowd was into everything. Over the last few months, Riley McManus has been on a whole different level performance wise. This continued his trend of show-stealing matches. Riley’s come back was filled with Southern babyface fire -- Shane Sneer would have been proud.

Hellion went for a big corner avalanche, but Riley McManus moved out of the way. Hellion turned around and Riley lifted him and got him with the biggest Slingshot Suplex of his career. He made the cover and the crowd went wild when Riley retained.

Riley McManus defeated Hellion in 16:44 by pinfall with a Slingshot Suplex. Riley McManus makes defence number 3 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.


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Ross Henry cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Spencer Spade.

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


“The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade w/ Lisa Bowen versus “The Boss” Ross Henry ©

A great match that was the third best match of the night -- behind the tag team and North American Heavyweight. The crowd was really into this match. Henry was looking to make the thirteenth defense of his World Title and Spencer Spade was looking to finally become World Heavyweight Champion. They went back and forth with out either man really being able to dominate for long. It was the story of two men that were equally matched trying to one up one another. Henry went for an Earthquake Powerslam, but Lisa Bowen pulled Spade down. While she was being reprimanded by Darren Smith for being involved, Spencer Spade hit a low blow on Ross Henry and hit the Supreme Stunner on Henry. When Smith turned around, he counted the three and Spencer Spade was World Champion.

Spencer Spade defeated Ross Henry in 24:50 by pinfall with a Supreme Stunner after Lisa Bowen interfered. Spencer Spade wins the GWC World Heavyweight title.


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Available on NCTV
Week 4, May 2023.
Filmed at: Lowe Ballroom [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 5,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: 1.55 [1,163,760 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 lfrom the Lowe Ballroom -- a place that has seen some great CWL action in the past. Tonight we have several big matches in store for you. Alicia Strong makes a rare Slammasters in-ring appearance as she takes on Foxxy LaRue. Alexander Vasquez defends the Television Championship against Bunrakuken Torii and in our main event, Ranger will go one on one with Scythe. Let's get to ringside !



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus Alicia Strong w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Alicia Strong defeated Foxxy LaRue in 10:22 by pinfall with an Angel Driver.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“The Flow” Skip Beau versus Hammer Hadley

In an extremely short match, Hammer Hadley defeated Skip Beau in 5:25 by submission with a Choke Sleeper.


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We are taken backstage to where Johnny Anderson is with his manager, February Malaise. The two representatives of the Devil’s Rejects cut a scathing promo on “Machine Gun” Torii, who is challenging for the Television Championship tonight. Anderson says that if Torii wins, next week Anderson is going to be first in line -- and if Torii loses, Anderson still wants an opportunity at “Machine Gun”, another chance to prove himself because he felt that he was robbed before.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen versus Harriet Blais

In a bout that had great wrestling but didn't have much heat, Amber Allen defeated Harriet Blais in 7:43 by pinfall with a Northern Lights Suplex.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Cummos versus The Dynamite Express

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, The Dynamite Express defeated The Cummos in 13:39 when Cameron Jones defeated Kurt Cummo by pinfall with a Chop And Change.


Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“Machine Gun” Bunrakuken Torii versus “The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez ©

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Alexander Vasquez defeated Bunrakuken Torii in 18:24 by pinfall with a Side Blaster following interference from Johnny Anderson. Alexander Vasquez makes defence number 2 of his CWL Television title.


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Alexander Vasquez is celebrating when “Blue Collar” Ray Badell walks out onto the entrance ramp. He has a microphone and he officially challenges Alexandre Vasquez to a match next week for the Television Championship. Ray Badell believes the Television title should represent the people and who better to represent the people than a man who fights for them?

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Ranger versus “The Nightmare” Scythe w/ Father Grim

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Scythe defeated Ranger in 16:16 by pinfall with a Choke Slam.


Overall


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Unread 06-17-2019, 07:16 PM
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Celebrate 100 Episodes

This Saturday Night, Saturday Night Slammasters will air its 100th episode. This is a milestone for any television show. CWL is pulling out all the stops for this show. The main event will feature The Devil’s Rejects going head to head with the Last of the Lions in a rematch from their Oxford Invitational clash and in a continuation of the ongoing hostilities between Keith Holly and Funakoshi. Alicia Strong and Brooke Tyler, two former Women’s Champions will team up against former Women’s Champion Jaime Quine and her friend Amber Allen in what should be a great tag team match. The Television Title will be on the line and so much more.

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New Champion Crowned

Othello Morris defeated the Acolyte to win the Texas Junior Heavyweight Championship. This is Morris’ second reign with the championship. The Acolyte managed eleven successful defences prior to losing the belt.

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Lucy Stone-McFly news

Lucy Stone-McFly and Nolan Dunn have announced that they are expecting their first child. In the interest of safety, CWL will not be clearing Ms. Stone-McFly to work and are vacating the Women’s Championship. “Pistol” Pete Hall will announce the plans for the Women’s Championship on the 100th edition of Slammasters.

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Wow. I think Riley kept me from going 0-for on my predictions this time around.
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Wow. I think Riley kept me from going 0-for on my predictions this time around.
I only got about three! Glad it wasn't just me who struggled with this one!
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Available on NCTV
Week 1, June 2023.
Filmed at: Huntsville Fairgrounds [South East, USA]
In Attendance: 3,577
Rating: 1.68 [1,265,060 viewers]
Commentators: Lee Bambino & Ricky Dale Johnson



LB: Hello and welcome to a very special edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. This is our 100th episode. That’s right folks. You are witnessing history. 100 episodes of Saturday Night Slammasters will be in the books when this episode goes off the air. We’re coming to you from the Huntsville Fairgrounds in the very underrated city of Huntsville, Alabama. I’m Lee Bambino and I’m joined in the broadcast booth for this historic night by my partner, the legendary former World’s Champion, Ricky Dale Johnson.

RDJ: Thanks for having me here with you, Lee. This should be a great night of professional wrestling. We have a blockbuster main event as The Last Lions team up to face The Devil’s Rejects in what I’m sure will be a hard hitting contest. Also tonight, the Television Title is on the line. Alicia Strong will team up with Brooke Tyler to face Amber Allen and Jaime Quine.

LB: Plus a major announcement from the CWL matchmaker “Pistol” Pete Hall. It should be a great night, but before we go ringside, Father Grim is standing by backstage with some words.



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We are thrown backstage to Father Grim. It is dark around him and the leader of the Fallen just smiles.

FG: Riley. You survived the first test, but barely. You survived American Hellspawn, but you opened the door for The Nightmare. You will fall, Riley -- like they fell. You will experience what it is to realize the world was promised to you. You are on top of the world right now. The North American Heavyweight Champion, but after you meet Scythe, you will be at the bottom. A broken man. A fallen man. I will save a spot for you.

Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Maria Guest versus “The Mistress of the Backbreaker” Talia Quinzel

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Talia Quinzel defeated Maria Guest in 10:07 by pinfall with a Spinal Trauma.


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After the victory, Talia Quinzel is joined in the ring by her longtime partner Selina Svelte. The two women cut a scathing promo on Ladies Night. They say that Ladies Night may be the tag team champions, but they didn’t go through The Uprising -- which means that their title reign can’t be legitimate so they are officially laying out a challenge.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Masked Stranger versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Franklin Rush defeated Masked Stranger in 8:29 by pinfall with a Flawlessplex.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Eddie Carter versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Eddie Carter defeated Ox Mastadon in 9:46 by pinfall with a Star Face Slam.


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The Diaz Cousins cut a promo hyping their upcoming match with Homegrown.

Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit



Amber Allen & Jaime Quine versus Alicia Strong & Brooke Tyler w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Alicia Strong and Brooke Tyler defeated Amber Allen and Jaime Quine in 10:04 when Alicia Strong defeated Amber Allen by pinfall with an Angel Driver after Lisa Bowen interfered.


Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“Blue Collar” Ray Badell versus “The Butcher” Alexander Vasquez ©

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Alexander Vasquez defeated Ray Badell in 12:02 by submission. Alexander Vasquez makes defence number 3 of his CWL Television title.


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PH: Lucy Stone-McFly has announced her pregnancy and in accordance with company policy, we cannot allow her to defend her championship. Because of that, we are vacating the Women’s Championship and will be holding a tournament to crown a new champion.

Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit



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

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, The Devil's Rejects defeated Funakoshi and Bunrakuken Torii in 16:42 when Keith Holly defeated Bunrakuken Torii by pinfall with a Hell's Ride.


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I sat behind my desk with a stack of paperwork to go through. Mostly financial reports. How much we were paying for buildings, how much we were getting from sponsors, where we could improve our advertising. It was all... riveting. When I first got into the business over forty years ago, I never imagined I'd be in this position. Promoting is tedious. Incredibly tedious. It could be very rewarding. It was a way to raise your profile in the wrestling business. People remembered promotes -- far more than they remembered midcard talent. I had been a good talent, but I would be remembered forever for this. For Continental Wrestling League. For what I was building based out of Denver. I looked up when there was a powerful knock on the door.



On the other side of the door was Ox Mastadon -- not his real last name, but I always had difficulty with Polish names. The big man had been one of my most loyal employees. I had first brought him in for an Invitational years ago. 2019 to be exact. He had a near year long reign as the North American champion -- but then lost a year of his career to a concussion.

"What's up big fella?" I asked the near five hundred pound man.

"I need to talk to you." He said in a slightly titled accent. Despite being born in America, his parents were Polish immigrants and he had acquired just a twinge of their Polish accent. "I'm stinking the joint up."

"That's not true --" I started, but he held up a meaty hand to cut me off.

"Yes it is." He said. "I'm still serviceable, but I'm not anywhere near the quality of talent you have here. Spencer. Casey. Cameron. Ross. KC. Riley. Greg. Matthew and Matty. You have guys who are really going out every night and tearing the house down. I can't do that anymore. That's clear."

"You're still doing good. Look at you and Franklin in the Invitational."

"Tag match." He said. "I could hide in a team, that's true. Or, you could send me to Texas. Let me go down there where I can be of some use. A lot of young guys to work with. I could be good stuff down there. The expectations aren't as high. Let me go down there."

I looked at the big man. He was deadly serious. He was forty now -- with fifteen years in the business on a frame that was that big. It couldn't be easy. I remember how bad Sam's knees hurt -- and he never was close to five hundred pounds. Same with every guy I'd worked with that was over three hundred pounds. Once they closed in on forty, the body started to ache. I could only imagine how difficult it was getting for Ox. If he went back down to a regional promotion, it could be easier on him. He wouldn't be expected to keep up with our top talent. He could be a top guy and not have to lay down. He could teach young big men how to work like a big man -- to many wanted to work like cruiserweights.

"If you want to go to Texas, I'll send you." I told him. He deserved that. He'd been a great soldier in our battle. He'd helped us climbed. He'd given his body for us. Been a locker room leader. This was the least I could do. "I appreciate everything you've done for us, big man." I stood up and shook his hand. "I'll call Joel and let him know you're coming."

"Thank you, boss." He said as he shook my hand. His hand swallowed mine. "I appreciate it."

That was all we needed to say. We shook hands, released and he left and I sat down to call Joel. I also needed to tell him I was calling up Laura Flame and Pearl Flanders from him to work full time on the main roster.
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New Champions Crowned

Two titles recently changed hands in the Texas Grappling League. First, Taylor Holemore won the Brass Knuckles Championship from Jared Montoya. Montoya had defended the championship fifteen times prior to losing to Holemore. This is Holemore's first professional championship.

The Texas Tag Team Championship also changed hands when the team of Dave Derringer and Johnny Rain defeated the Precious Metals to win them. The Metals were in their second reign as champions and had managed six successful defenses. This is the first professional championship for both Derringer and Rain.

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Participants in Women's Tournament Announced

The eight women who will compete in the tournament to crown a new Women's Champion have been announced. Competing in the tournament will be former champions Jaime Quine and Brooke Tyler, current Women's Tag Team Champion Danielle Sweetheart, Tiffany Jade, Harriet Blais, Toni Pairisi, and two new call ups to the main roster, Laura Flame and Pearl Flanders. The tournament begins this Saturday on Saturday Night Slammasters.

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Main Event Signed

Pete Hall has signed a major main event for this week's episode of Saturday Night Slammasters. Spencer Spade and Ash Campbell will team up to face Ross Henry and Mikey James. These four men do not often compete on Slammasters, so you do not want to miss this rare opportunity to see them compete on television.

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Don't have much specific to say, but just wanted to say I'm still up to date, and still loving this diary! Hopefully one day it becomes a Netflix series, it certainly deserves it with the great narratives!
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Quick question: was Stone-McFly's pregnancy already in the cards when you had her get the belt?
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