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Unread 02-14-2019, 01:02 AM
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I am thoroughly enjoying the read Historian, the way you do tv shows is fun to read especially the promos that you have added. Keep them coming my man.

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
"The Living Legend" Sean McFly versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Tiger" Alexander Vasquez versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen

Special Attraction
Singles Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Mighty Cavanagh

Tag Team Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise
is this a spolier? Lol
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Missy Masterson versus Lucy Stone-McFly

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mountie Mann versus "The Return of the Monster" James Diaz (c)

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Rematch from Oxford Invitational
The Southern Stars versus The Canadian Blondes

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
"The Living Legend" Sean McFly versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Tiger" Alexander Vasquez versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen

Special Attraction
Singles Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Mighty Cavanagh

Tag Team Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise
No opposition?

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Missy Masterson versus Lucy Stone-McFly

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mountie Mann versus "The Return of the Monster" James Diaz (c)

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Rematch from Oxford Invitational
The Southern Stars versus The Canadian Blondes

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen

Enjoyed the TV shows, really like the new TV logo. What viewer numbers are you getting?
Out of curiosity was this a new network you added now or one you had added originally to the game?
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Enjoyed the TV shows, really like the new TV logo. What viewer numbers are you getting?
Out of curiosity was this a new network you added now or one you had added originally to the game?

They have been in the game since the start — they were apart of DerekB’s 97 mod and I always import his networks into my main database to give the game more of a feel.

And the rejects are wrestling the cummos! I will fix that on the main page.
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They have been in the game since the start — they were apart of DerekB’s 97 mod and I always import his networks into my main database to give the game more of a feel.

And the rejects are wrestling the cummos! I will fix that on the main page.
Thanks, I will check that out, always good to have more broadcast options. I have the mod so will import.

Will leave my prediction as is :-)
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In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, The Southern Stars defeated The Canadian Blondes in 10:28 when Animal Harker defeated Ozzie Golden by pinfall with a Texas Meat-Grinder.
Welp! My predicted winners of the whole thing went out in the first round

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Continental Wrestling League Presents: Fire on the Mountain 5
Saturday Week 4, May 2021
Live at the Lowe Ballroom
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
"The Living Legend" Sean McFly versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma
Never bet against McManus!

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Tiger" Alexander Vasquez versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen
I don't think the underdog story has a happy ending this time...

Special Attraction
Singles Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Mighty Cavanagh
My understanding is that Henry is a huge star...

Tag Team Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Cummos (c)
Was the typo a spoiler?

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Missy Masterson versus Lucy Stone-McFly
I feel like Lucy is the cornerstone (sorry, Riley!) of the women's division.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mountie Mann versus "The Return of the Monster" James Diaz (c)
Nowhere near time for Diaz to drop the title yet.

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Rematch from Oxford Invitational
The Southern Stars versus The Canadian Blondes
Okay, NOW my pick from the Invitational have to pick up the win... right?

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen
I hope KC is climbing back up the card, slowly but surely...
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Continental Wrestling League Presents: Fire on the Mountain 5
Saturday Week 4, May 2021
Live at the Lowe Ballroom
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
"The Living Legend" Sean McFly versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Tiger" Alexander Vasquez versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen

Special Attraction
Singles Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Mighty Cavanagh

Tag Team Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Cummos (c)

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Missy Masterson versus Lucy Stone-McFly

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mountie Mann versus "The Return of the Monster" James Diaz (c)

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Rematch from Oxford Invitational
The Southern Stars versus The Canadian Blondes

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
KC Glenn versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen
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"The Living Legend" Sean McFly versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma
McFly is on the tail end of his career and Riley is in his peak. Why else would McFly and James agree to a career vs career match, after all?

North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Tiger" Alexander Vasquez versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen
Vasquez is a credible threat, but Ox isn't going down just yet

"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Mighty Cavanagh
Ross "the Boss" Henry

North American Tag Team Championship
The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Cummos (c)
50-50 here, probably February interferes

North American Women's Championship
Missy Masterson versus Lucy Stone-McFly
We get it, Lucy isn't losing this. Wonder if that "trade deal for a few appearances" info was a red herring and you've signed her up for good like the Keith siblings

United States Championship
Mountie Mann versus "The Return of the Monster" James Diaz (c)
If I may, 'Asian Thumb Spike' is a pretty lame finisher for a big powerhouse

Rematch from Oxford Invitational
The Southern Stars versus The Canadian Blondes
If it says Diaz, Findlay, Bulldozer or Harker on the tin, Historian is biased in favour of it

KC Glenn versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen
Easy pick
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If it says Diaz, Findlay, Bulldozer or Harker on the tin, Historian is biased in favour of it

Unfair insider info!
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Unread 02-14-2019, 08:00 AM
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North American Women's Championship
Missy Masterson versus Lucy Stone-McFly
We get it, Lucy isn't losing this. Wonder if that "trade deal for a few appearances" info was a red herring and you've signed her up for good like the Keith siblings
I will say that she is just on a talent trade and not a full time signing! No red herring there.

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United States Championship
Mountie Mann versus "The Return of the Monster" James Diaz (c)
If I may, 'Asian Thumb Spike' is a pretty lame finisher for a big powerhouse
It was his default finisher. I've been trying to think of a new name -- because I agree it's not a great finisher name. I just haven't come up with anything I really like.

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Rematch from Oxford Invitational
The Southern Stars versus The Canadian Blondes
If it says Diaz, Findlay, Bulldozer or Harker on the tin, Historian is biased in favour of it
Well that's not true!!! I mean. I do love the Diaz family...and Big Bruiser...and Bulldozer.... but I'm only so-so on Harker! so ha!

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Unfair insider info!
In fairness to DR, my love of the Diaz family has not been well-veiled at all and I think a long time ago I mentioned publicly (it could have been on his diary) that Big Bruiser Findlay and Bulldozer Brandon are one of my favorite tag teams in the CVerse.
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It was his default finisher. I've been trying to think of a new name -- because I agree it's not a great finisher name. I just haven't come up with anything I really like.
Really brings to mind Bad Luck Fale's "Grenade" Thumb Spike which, to me, is equally silly as a move, let alone finisher, even if performed by a massive guy. Personally, I prefer my big dudes to go for powermoves: chokeslams, powerbombs, spinebusters, that kind of stuff.

For this kid's case specifically? I'd pull off any name combination that results in multiple D words, his name included. Examples, off the top of my head:
  • Death by Diaz
  • Diaz Death Drop (might wanna save that for a potential Diaz tag team move)
  • Diazstruction
  • Diaz Domination
  • Diaz Dominator
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Unread 02-14-2019, 08:32 AM
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Really brings to mind Bad Luck Fale's "Grenade" Thumb Spike which, to me, is equally silly as a move, let alone finisher, even if performed by a massive guy. Personally, I prefer my big dudes to go for powermoves: chokeslams, powerbombs, spinebusters, that kind of stuff.

For this kid's case specifically? I'd pull off any name combination that results in multiple D words, his name included. Examples, off the top of my head:
  • Death by Diaz
  • Diaz Death Drop (might wanna save that for a potential Diaz tag team move)
  • Diazstruction
  • Diaz Domination
  • Diaz Dominator
I might have to go for Death by Diaz. I really like that...and if I ever get Logan or Raymond back -- Diaz Death Drop will be!

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Fire on the Mountain 5
Saturday Week 4, May 2021
Live at the Lowe Ballroom
Aired on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV
Commentators: Michael Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard


MR: Hello and welcome to Fire on the Mountain Five! For the first time, a monthly event in Continental Wrestling will be simulcast on our broadcast live! Thank you to our broadcast partners Synergy Network & Southern States TV for allowing us the opportunity. If this is the first big CWL show you’ve seen, you’re in for quite a treat.

DH: You’re right they are! Sean McFly will finally get the beating of his life when he steps in the ring with The Cornerstone of CWL -- Riley McManus! I can’t wait to see Riley take the old warhorse behind the barn and put him out of his misery.

RDJ: I wouldn’t be so sure, Duke.

MR: McFly was originally slated to face Brandon James inside of a steel cage in a career versus career match to settle their feud once and for all. Brandon suffered an injury while appearing for OLLIE. I’ve been told that that match will be coming one week from tonight on Saturday Night Slammasters!

RDJ: What a main event signed for the hottest wrestling television show in the country.

MR: Tonight, we also have Ox Mastadon defending the North American Heavyweight Championship, James Diaz defending the United States Championship, Lucy Stone-McFly will face the newly arrived Missy Masterson for the Women’s Championship and so much more. But first? KC Glenn and Andrew Harper will due battle.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
vs. w/
KC Glenn versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen

KC Glenn and Andrew Harper is the first of two big size mismatches on the night. Harper took control early on -- using his size and power to wear down KC. He hit KC with a big body slam that looked like it broke KC’s back. It got Harper the near fall. A big headbutt, forearm, and backbreaker. Another near fall.

KC ducked a big clothesline and caught Andrew Harper with a big dropkick that staggered the big man. This launched a big comeback from KC who managed to hit his Tune Up The Sunshine Band [Superkick]. It dropped Andrew Harper and allowed KC to score the victory.

KC Glenn defeated Andrew Harper in 13:01 by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band.





The cameras cut backstage where the door from the worker’s parking lot is pulled open. Clyde Puder walks into the building pulling his bag behind him.

DH: Oh no, what is he doing here?
MR: That’s former Heavyweight Champion Clyde Puder! It’s been a year since we’ve seen him. What could this mean?





Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Rematch from Oxford Invitational
vs.
The Southern Stars versus The Canadian Blondes

In a rematch from the Oxford Invitational, two very experienced teams went toe to toe. The Southern Stars are multiple time NYCW Tag Team Champions while the Canadian Blondes are two time Mid Atlantic Champions and very experienced grapplers.

This was a back and forth affair that showcased both teams being in sync and being tag teams to watch. At the Oxford Invitational, it was the Southern Stars who gained the victory but here at Fire on the Mountain, Ozzie Golden ducked what looked to be a big boot from Harker and hit a schoolboy roll up that got the Canadian Blondes the victory.

The Canadian Blondes defeated The Southern Stars in 13:21 when Ozzie Golden defeated Animal Harker by pinfall with a quick roll up.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

vs.
Mountie Mann versus "The Return of the Monster" James Diaz ©

Mountie Mann was making his debut here. The former North of the Border Wrestling standout had been unemployed for the last six months when his contract was not renewed. Just walking through the curtain, the crowd was all over his Royal Mounted Police personna. The experienced grappler had his work cut out for him with the 290lb United States Champion. Diaz dominated the match physically, imposing his will on the veteran Mountie Mann -- who showed himself to be a crafty veteran. He was able to gain control for a short amount of time before James Diaz debut his new powerbomb finisher -- Death by Diaz and got the victory.

James Diaz defeated Mountie Mann in 8:17 by pinfall with a Death by Diaz. James Diaz makes defence number 2 of his CWL United States title.
-Mountie & Diaz have no chemistry




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

vs.
Missy Masterson versus Lucy Stone-McFly

Missy Masterson was making her CWL debut here -- having not been offered a contract extension by United States Pro Wrestling. The veteran grappler came out and took the young Stone-McFly to a lesson in grappling. She was highly motivated here and Stone-McFly was caught completely off guard with the barrage of strikes she was hit with. Masterson hit a beautiful superplex that got her a near fall.

Stone-McFly fought back and showed the excellent pedigree of being part Stone part McFly. She blocked a drop kick attempt and when Masterson got to her feet, she got caught with Lucy’s version of her father’s famed Delorean Driver [Falcon Arrow]. Stone-McFly got the victory and retained the North American Women’s Championship.

Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Missy Masterson in 12:51 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver. Lucy Stone-McFly makes defence number 4 of her CWL North American Women's title.




Tag Team Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit

w/ vs.
The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise vs. The Cummos (c)

This was a highly anticipated bout -- The Devil’s Rejects were former two-time North American Tag Team Champions and former COTT World Tag Team Champions. They also won the 2020 Oxford Invitational. They are incredibly experienced and were the standout team from the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling. The Cummos were also graduates of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling -- brothers from the Islands who won the Tag Team Championships from sure-fire Hall of Famers The Ring Generals.

The Cummos showed off their trademark unorthodox offense. A hybrid of Japanese strong style, pure Island brawling, and just a little bit of daredevil offense. They kept the Rejects -- in particular Johnny -- off guard with it. They hit a beautiful brainbuster into a superkick that almost got a near fall. They also hit a flying body splash from Kurt followed by Luis -- the bigger of the brothers -- hitting a flying headbutt that also almost got a two count.

Johnny was able to tag in Keith who came in like a house of fire and bought Johnny some time -- but Keith ate a double superkick and fell out of the ring -- but Johnny was able to tag himself in while Keith was falling. February Malaise hopped up on the apron and yelled at Luis to get his attention. Luis -- the legal man -- fell into the trap. While he was distracted, Johnny managed to hit a Reverse Implant DDT and then got his feet on the ropes, which referee Darren Smith was not able to see. The Devil’s Rejects are now three-time North American Tag Team Champions -- more than any other team in history.

The Devil's Rejects defeated The Cummos in 12:44 when Johnny Anderson defeated Luis Cummo by pinfall while using the ropes for leverage. The Devil's Rejects win the CWL North American Tag Team titles.





MF: Next month… Summer Spectacular… The Mission versus McManus & Aroma… Grudge match. If Ranger and I are still tag champs, we’ll put the titles on the line. We’ll give you a shot -- a shot to welcome you back to being able to challenge for championships. It won’t matter. We beat you at the Oxford Invitational and we will beat you again.

R: We’re called The Mission -- because that is what we have. A mission. A mission to be the two best wrestlers in the world. Both as a tag team and as a singles. Everywhere we’ve gone, we’ve been tag team champions. Rhode Island Pro Wrestling. Three Times the COTT World Tag Champions. Now we are GWC World Tag Team Champion. Matty was RIPW Champion. It’s only a matter of time until we have cemented ourselves as the best, hands down. Riley and Jeffery… I sincerely hope you’re ready. ‘Cause we’re not on a mission… We are the Mission.”




Special Attraction
Singles Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
vs.
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Mighty Cavanagh

Ross Henry has had his problems with Mighty Cavanagh and Des Davids. Des Davids was not in the building; however, as he was appearing for OLLIE. Henry took advantage of this by taking the fight right to Mighty Cavanagh. Cavanagh fought back -- it was like two big bisons in a rut. Hard strikes, hard slams. This was a match that felt like it could have happened in Pride Glory Honor Wrestling. Cavanagh was a product of the Stone’s after all, and the first ever North of the Border Television Champion. That pedigree gives him a very solid base in both strikes and technical wrestling. Ross Henry was heavily motivated to prove that he’s the best wrestler in Continental Wrestling League.

Cavanagh went for a big spinebuster but it was countered by a DDT from Henry. Henry followed that up with a big Earthquake Powerslam (Oklahoma Slam) for the victory.

In a decent match, Ross Henry defeated Mighty Cavanagh in 13:53 by pinfall with an Earthquake Powerslam.




Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit

vs. w/
"The Tiger" Alexander Vasquez versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen

In the second size mismatch of the night, former World’s Junior Heavyweight Champion and former United States Champion, Alexander Vasquez went one on one with the almost five hundred pound Ox Mastadon. Ox has had a death grip on the North American Heavyweight Championship since October of 2020 when he defeated Logan Diaz for it. He has five successful defenses at this point and is looking for his sixth -- but he hasn’t ever faced someone with the speed of Vasquez. Vasquez came out of the gate fast -- with strikes designed to attack the base of Ox. He was not able to get Ox off of his feet. Alexander went for a springboard cross body that Ox countered into a ring-shaking slam. This created the opening that allowed Ox to really go to work.

Ox was slow and deliberate and used his significant size advantage to punish Vasquez. He locked Vasquez in a bearhug that seemed to last for a full two minutes -- but Vasquez refused to submit and would not pass out. Vasquez fought out of it and went for a tornado DDT that Ox countered into another big slam. Right after the slam, Ox hit the Ten Ton Splash [Leaping Splash with a running start] and got the victory.

Ox Mastadon defeated Alexander Vasquez in 13:56 by pinfall with a Ten Ton Splash. Ox Mastadon makes defence number 6 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.




w/
Ox Mastadon stood in the ring and hoisted the North American Heavyweight Championship. “Long Haired Country Boy” by Travis Tritt blares over the speakers. The fans in the sold out Lowe Ballroom came alive with cheers as Clyde Puder pushed aside the curtain and walked onto the stage. Ox and Lisa’s eyes went wide as Clyde pulled a microphone out.


“Ox. Someone told me you’re goin’ around here callin’ yourself the bull of the woods. You out here tellin’ people you the biggest and the baddest out. And Ox. You’re big. You’re bad. But I’m six feet ten inches tall and I cover the ground I walk on, ya understand what I’m sayin’? I been gone a little while. Had to go experience somethin’ new. But I’m back now and Ox, baybay, I want the North American Heavyweight Championship. You don’t gotta answer me tonight. Talk it over with Lisa. But next month is Summer Spectacular and I think it’d be spectacular for me to put my size fifteen right up yo’ backside.”

Clyde dropped the microphone on the stage and exited behind the curtain while Ox and Lisa fumed in the ring.





Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
w/
"The Living Legend" Sean McFly versus "The Cornerstone" Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma

Sean McFly is not the worker he once was. He’s not the guy who could tear down the house and put on classic wrestling matches night in and night out. He’s approaching fifty. He’s suffered some injuries in the latter part of his career that have taken their toll on his body. Riley McManus is entering his prime. Riley came out vicious -- this is the third meeting of the two men. McFly won the first one (albeit by disqualification) and McManus won the second one after help from Jeffery Aroma.

McManus came out of the gate vicious. A master of the Slingshot Suplex, Riley targeted the neck of McFly. A series of stiff elbows to the base of the neck and multiple neckbreakers had McFly writhing in pain. McManus went for the Slingshot Suplex, but after bouncing McFly up, McFly used the momentum to continue floating over, landing on his feet behind Riley. He hit a big DDT that bought him some time to recover. McFly unloaded a series of big punches that had McManus stumbling around the ring and finally hitting the mat. This got him a near fall.

McFly looked to set up for the Delorean Driver (Falcon Arrow) but his neck could not support any weight of McManus and he dropped him down. McManus took the opening to hit another neckbreaker. McManus pulled McFly over to the corner for the Slingshot Suplex, but all of a sudden “Hail to the King” hits the speakers and Matty Faith came walking to the ring. Jeffery Aroma came around the ring to square off with one half of the GWC World Tag Team Champions. This distracted Riley, who started shouted at Faith. McFly suddenly sprung to life and hit the Delorean Driver. Senior official Darren Smith counted the three and McFly had the victory.

In a decent match, Sean McFly defeated Riley McManus in 17:21 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver after a distraction from Matty Faith.





MR: What a night of action here at Fire on the Mountain! We crowned new tag team champions as The Devil’s Rejects became North American Tag Team Champions for the third time -- though with a little help from February Malaise. Clyde Puder made a shocking return and a shocking challenge to Ox Mastadon. Lucy Stone-McFly and James Diaz successfully defended their championships and Sean McFly managed to get the victory over Riley McManus.

DH: He cheated! The match should be thrown out! It was a travesty of justice.

RDJ: Last time they met in a singles match, Jeffery Aroma helped secure Riley the victory -- I’d say this is the definition of justice!

MR: That’s it for us tonight fans, but immediately following this broadcast is Saturday Night Slammasters! Matthew Keith will be in action against Cameron Vessey, Greg Keith will be in action and so much more!

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Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV
Week 4, May 2021.
Filmed at Washington State Gymnasium [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 people. Sold Out.
Rating: .14
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard


MR: Hello and welcome to Saturday Night Slammasters! Earlier tonight we had Fire on the Mountain! If you joined us for that, thank you. If you missed it, you missed a hell of a show where we saw The Devil's Rejects regain the North American Tag Team Championships and saw the return of Clyde Puder to Continental Wrestling League.

RDJ: It was a blockbuster night for sure and tonight we have a big main event -- as Matthew Keith goes one on one with Cameron Vessey in a battle of the second generation superstars.

DH: I can't wait to see Cameron Vessey hit Matthew Keith with the Vessey Driver and end his climb to the top before it even starts!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
[Pictures to Be Added Later -- Don't Have My Picture Folder to Update]
Suzanna Brazzle versus Nina Cacace

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Nina Cacace defeated Suzanne Brazzle in 10:04 by pinfall with a Fireman's Carry Slam.
- Brazzle and Cacace have great chemistry
D+



[Bulldozer Brandon Smith ]
"I came back to Continental Wrestling with one goal... the North American Heavyweight Championship. I have wrestled all over the world. I have been successful every where I've gone. I will be successful here. Ox got the best of me at the Oxford Invitational -- but that was only temporary. He will not get the best of me again."

C-


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
vs. w/
Jonah Pilgrim versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, Andrew Harper defeated Jonah Pilgrim in 6:03 by pinfall with a Spike Slam.
D.



Single Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
vs.
Greg Keith versus “The Rampage” Deever Arnold

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Greg Keith defeated Deever Arnold in 13:44 by submission with a Proton Lock.
C.





"Vessey...Vessey..Vessey... Every where I've gone, people have compared me to you. We're the stand out second generation wrestlers of our own generation -- right? You were Mister Mid Atlantic before you went to Canada and then Japan and now back here. I was Mister Pittsburg before I went to Japan and then Canada and now here. Our fathers have wrestled. My father wrestled your uncle. Tonight we continue the great Keith-Vessey feud. Tonight, you will get locked in the Proton Lock and tap out -- just like your father and uncle have. I can't wait."

D+



Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
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Matthew Keith versus Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Matthew Keith drew with Cameron Vessey in 20:00 when the time limit expired.
C+

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In a decent match, Sean McFly defeated Riley McManus in 17:21 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver after a distraction from Matty Faith.
Damn it, Matty! My clean sweep!

Another great show, plus I'm loving SNSM!
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Damn it, Matty! My clean sweep!

Another great show, plus I'm loving SNSM!
That darn Matty Faith! Out there playing mind games! How *could* he?!?! And thank you! I'm loving SNSM too. I'm trying to make it feel like an old school wrestling television program -- in the best way. Every now and then a big match (like Matthew and Cameron), but also trying to use it as a way to further stories and give talent who isn't going to make the big events. It allows guys to have promo time but not have to work.

How are you liking that the SNSM comes out with out knowing what's going to be on the show in advance?
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