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Night 1

Main Event
Triple Threat Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma versus Ox Mastadon (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Im going with Ox to retain, McManus and Glenn are unable to focus on the task at hand due to their conflict

Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
Clyde Puder & Jakob Yoder versus The Devil's Rejects (c) w/ February Malaise
Puder and Yoder win and get a legit tag team name

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Matthew Keith versus "The Nightmare" Scythe (c) w/ Father Grim
Keith slays the beast!

Opening Round of the Gold Rush Tournament

Night Two

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Gino Montero (c)
Henry is built to be the face of a company, he trounces young Gino

Special Attraction
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Tag Team Championship
The Fat Cats versus The Mission (c)
The Mission keeps the steam going

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Suzanne Brazzle versus Missy Masterson (c)


Gold Rush Predictions:
-Round 1-
Smith
Diaz
Stone
Vessey
Mushashibo
Hellion
Keith
Ali

-Round 2-
Diaz
Stone
Hellion
Keith

-Round 3-
Diaz
Hellion

-Goldrush Winner-
Diaz
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Continental Wrestling League Presents
GOLD RUSH VI -- Night One
Friday Week 4, August 2021
Live from the Lowe Ballroom [North West, USA], 7:00 PM Bell Time
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV

Main Event
Triple Threat Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma versus Ox Mastadon (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
KC wins it all and then proposes!! Lol one can only hope
Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
Clyde Puder & Jakob Yoder versus The Devil's Rejects (c) w/ February Malaise
As much as I like Clyde and Jakob am I a huge fan of Devil’s Reject and don’t want them

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Matthew Keith versus "The Nightmare" Scythe (c) w/ Father Grim
I could see Father Grim ensuring that Scythe keeps the title
Opening Round of the Gold Rush Tournament
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Continental Wrestling League Presents
GOLD RUSH VI -- Night Two
Saturday Week 4, August 2021
Live from the Lowe Ballroom [North West, USA], 7:00 PM Bell Time
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV

Featuring: the quarterfinals, semi finals, and finals of the Gold Rush Tournament!

Also featuring:

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Gino Montero (c)
I like Gino a lot and think somebody will cost Ross Henry the title.
Special Attraction
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Tag Team Championship
The Fat Cats versus The Mission (c)
The Mission have been doing great so I see them keeping the title.

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Suzanne Brazzle versus Missy Masterson (c)


Bracket:
Opening Round:
Bulldozer Brandon
James Diaz
David Stone
Cameron Vessey
Yoshimi Mushashibo
Hellion
Greg Keith
Sayeed Ali

Second Rd:
James Diaz
David Stone
Yoshimi
Greg Keith

Semi Finals:
James Diaz
Greg Keith
Finals: James Diaz
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NIGHT 1
North American Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma versus Ox Mastadon (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
I agree that Aroma costs McManus, and Glenn is just the unlucky bystander as Ox continues his run.

North American Tag Team Championship
Clyde Puder & Jakob Yoder versus The Devil's Rejects (c) w/ February Malaise
Both of these guys can change the whole tag division for CWL, but the Rejects are legit.

United States Championship
Matthew Keith versus "The Nightmare" Scythe (c) w/ Father Grim
But he doesn't get the belt. Scythe loses by DQ as he shows he is as merciless and brutal as they come.

NIGHT 2
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Gino Montero (c)
Gino is a star, and while I always like running the alliance titles through my company, you've balanced that. Montero gets the win as Davids or Cavanagh make it happen.

GWC World Tag Team Championship
The Fat Cats versus The Mission (c)
The Fat Cats kind of came out of nowhere, so there must have been some build up for them outside CWL. Still, Ranger and Faith have been on a tear in match ratings, so let them continue to flex in the GWC.

North American Women's Championship
Suzanne Brazzle versus Missy Masterson (c)
Missy is a good champ as you build up some of the talent in TWL.

GOLD RUSH TOURNAMENT
Opening Round
Bulldozer Brandon Smith vs Lars Brecher
Des Davids vs James Diaz
Buckminster Snark vs. David Stone
Alexander Vasquez vs Cameron Vessey
Yoshimi Mushashibo vs Deever Arnold
Guide vs Hellion
Jay Chord vs Greg Keith
El Heroe Mexicano vs Sayeed Ali

Quarterfinals
Bulldozer Brandon Smith vs James Diaz
David Stone vs Cameron Vessey
Yoshimi Mushashibo vs Hellion
Jay Chord vs Sayeed Ali

Semifinals
James Diaz vs David Stone
Hellion vs Jay Chord

Finals
David Stone vs Hellion
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Main Event
Triple Threat Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma versus Ox Mastadon (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
Clyde Puder & Jakob Yoder versus The Devil's Rejects (c) w/ February Malaise

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Matthew Keith versus "The Nightmare" Scythe (c) w/ Father Grim

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Heavyweight Championship
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Gino Montero (c)

Special Attraction
Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Tag Team Championship
The Fat Cats versus The Mission (c)

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Suzanne Brazzle versus Missy Masterson (c)

Gold Rush Tournament

1st Rd.
Smith vs. Brecher
Davids vs. Diaz
Stone vs.Snark
Vessey vs. Vasquez
Mushashibo vs. Arnold
Hellion vs. Guide
Keith vs. Chord
El Heroe Mexicano vs. Sayeed Ali

2nd. Rd.
Diaz
Stone
Hellion
Chord

Semi.
Diaz
Chord

Finals
Diaz
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GOLD RUSH VI -- Night One
Friday Week 4, August 2021
Live from the Lowe Ballroom [North West, USA], 7:00 PM Bell Time
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV
In Attendance: 5,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .19 [146,820 viewers]
Commentators: Michael Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, and Duke Hazard



MR: Hello everyone and welcome to Gold Rush Six… NIGHT ONE! This is the biggest weekend in professional wrestling with both nights of the Gold Rush tournament emanating live from the beautiful Lowe Ballroom. Tonight we have eight opening round matches in the Gold Rush tournament and three big championship matches!

RDJ: I’ve been looking forward to calling my first Gold Rush since I joined the Continental Wrestling League and tonight we get to make it happen!

DH: How lucky you are, Ricky, to get to call your first Gold Rush and it will be the night that Ox Mastadon finally silences all of his doubters and proves himself to be the greatest North American Heavyweight Champion we have ever seen!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs.
“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus Lars Brecher

Smith and Brecher was a hard hitting affair that would have been at home anywhere in Japan with the heavy strikes that lasted through the near six-minute match. Bulldozer is a noted strong-style competitor, a former Mid Atlantic Heavyweight Champion, two-time NYCW Tri-State Champion, BCG Challenger Series Champion, GCG Openweight Champion, and a former COTT World Heavyweight and World Tag Team Champion. While Brecher was almost unknown in America, he had built a reputation in Europe as a fantastic wrestler. A four time UEW Tag Team Champion with his partner Ralph Grimm, he has also won the UEW Heavyweight Championship on two occasions and even the VWA Swiss Championship. The German grappler was a twelve year pro and a noted submission specialist.

Although Brecher had built a reputation for himself as a submission artist, he is a solid striker that was able to dish it out as good as he took it. He hit a wicked standing headbutt that almost brought the near six-feet-five inch Bulldozer to his knees from the impact. Lars followed the headbutt up with a German Suplex for a near fall and when Lars went for another German, Brandon did a standing switch and hit a backdrop driver that he followed up immediately with a Tombstone Piledriver for the win.

Bulldozer Brandon Smith defeated Lars Brecher in 6:47 by pinfall with a Tombstone Piledriver.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs.
“The Return of the Monster” James Diaz versus Des Davids

From a visual standpoint, this was a very impressive match before the bell even rang. Des Davids was six feet five inches, two hundred and sixty pounds and incredibly muscular. James Diaz was six feet nine inches, two hundred and ninety pounds and had muscles in places that most people didn’t have places. It was not often that someone the sheer size of Des Davids had someone physically bigger than him across the ring from him and this was one of those times.

Davids came out of the gate early on with a nasty mean streak. He was fighting dirty and he was fighting to win. Diaz got to show off why his family is known as a family of monsters. Big men who can absorb massive amounts of pain and keep fighting. Diaz kept fighting. He fought through a huge powerslam from Davids and a clothesline that would have sent a normal man to the hospital. Diaz was able to fight back and catch Des Davids with a ring-shaking Death by Diaz and the surprising pinfall victory.

James Diaz defeated Des Davids in 11:30 by pinfall with a Death by Diaz.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs.
“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Buckminster Snark

In one of the more interesting match ups of the night, Bucky Snark -- representing Australia Pro Wrestling and a the final student of the ZEN Temple Dojo -- against a Canadian wrestling purist. Snark came from the lucha-comedy mold -- Snark had grown more serious though since moving to APW. Stone lived up to the moniquer of wrestling machine while Snark kept wanting to turn the match into a brawl. It made for an exciting bout that really got the fans invested -- despite them not knowing the former ZEN Conceptual and APW Commonwealth Champion.

Snark got caught with a German Suplex that Stone rolled into a Regal Plex that Stone bridged into the pin to advance in the tournament.

In a bout that had decent wrestling but non-existent crowd heat, David Stone defeated Buckminster Snark in 9:22 by pinfall.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs. w/
“The Tiger” Alexander Vasquez versus Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

Vasquez and Vessey had a very back and forth match. Vasquez actually had control for a good portion of the match and Vessey was fighting while stepping back. Multiple times Vasquez looked like he was going to catch Vessey with the Side Blaster, but Vessey was able to block it each time. Vasquez attempted a roll up but Vessey kicked out a two.

Vessey was able to counter another attempt at the Side Blaster into a Vessey Driver II and score the pinfall victory and advance in the Gold Rush tournament.

Cameron Vessey defeated Alexander Vasquez in 8:19 by pinfall with a Vessey Driver II.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs.
“Mr. PGHW” Yoshimi Mushashibo versus “The Rampage” Deever Arnold

From the moment Yoshimi Mushashibo walked through the curtain, the crowd was behind him. The fans in attendance knew him. They knew of his legendary battles and exploits. They also knew how special it was for him to be in the Lowe Ballrooom. Deever Arnold was booed from the minute he came out.

Every piece of offense that Arnold got caused the crowd to boo and every piece of offense that Mushashibo got caused the crowd to cheer There was a moment where Yoshimi tweaked his ankle that looked like it really hurt, but in the end Yoshimi locked in his world-renowned Yoshimi Lock [Crippler Crossface] for the victory.

Yoshimi Mushashibo defeated Deever Arnold in 7:34 by submission with a Yoshimi Lock.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs. w/
Guide versus “American Hellspawn” Hellion w/ Father Grim

The legendary tag team grappler Guide -- with ten tag team titles with Scout across DAVE and TCW and even one tag team title in SWF with Robbie Retro of all people. Hellion, at six feet seven inches and three hundred and sixty pounds is a terrifying sight. Guide was decked out in full material fatigues and Hellion came to the ring with a massive smoking demon head on that was terrifying to look at.

This was a very physical match. Hellion is not known for possessing a pretty style, being particularly fluid technically or jumping off the top rope. He’s just a big powerhouse who steamrolls his opponents. Guide, on the other hand, is much more of an all arounder who just prefers to throw hands even though he has a good technical base and some top rope moves.

Guide did not back down from the monstrous Hellion -- though Hellion kept throwing Guide around the ring. Guide hit several running clotheslines and went for a big dropkick to try to bring down Hellion -- but Hellion caught Guide’s legs and pulled him right into a Devolution Bomb for the victory.

Hellion defeated Guide in 8:59 by pinfall with a Devolution Bomb.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs. w/
Greg Keith versus Jay Chord w/ Lisa Bowen

The battle of two second generation superstars -- two guys with fantastic technical bases and a family legacy that guaranteed they would be stars in wrestling, legacies that they are each living up to. Jay Chord works full time for North of the Border Wrestling where he just lost the Canadian Championship to Duane Stone. He also came out with Lisa Bowen, officially making him, at least for this tournament, a member of Bowen Services.

Greg and Jay went hold for hold in a fantastic match. If this match was in a bigger building or for a bigger company, it probably would have been in consideration for ‘match of the year. Greg hit Jay with multiple suplexes that he tried to follow up with a Proton Lock, but Jay wouldn’t let him get it locked in. Jay hit a big DDT for a near fall. Greg kicked out and went for the Proton Lock once more, but Jay pushed him off. Jay got to his feet and caught Greg with a Cradle Piledriver.

Jay Chord defeated Greg Keith in 14:53 by pinfall with a Cradle Piledriver.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round
vs. w/
El Héroe Mexicano versus Sayeed Ali w/ Brother G

Sayeed Ali was out first and came to the ring with former owner of Grimm SoCal Wrestling and legendary west coast rapper, Brother G [shortened from Brother Grimm to try to stay relevant with the changing landscape in hip hop.] The crowd was definitely surprised to see Brother G in attendance and he got a mixed reaction.

El Héroe Mexicano was next out and a lot of fans were very excited to see the luchador they had come to know through SOTBW’s television and pay per view reach, before he moved to OLLIE and continued to push himself.

This match was a clash in styles in a very good way Mexicano attacked Ali with fluid lucha-libre style offense. Very fast paced moves. Some great technical prowess as well, but everything was still rooted in the speed and fluidity that one expects from high level lucha libre. Ali, on the other hand, kept trying to slow the match down and make it physical. He punished Mexicano with hard hitting strikes and a big brainbuster that looked like it knocked Mexicano out, but it only got a two count.

Ali got caught with an enzugari that dropped him to the mat and allowed Mexicano to climb to the top rope and leap off with the most beautiful Flying Headbutt in wrestling. That was all she wrote.

El Héroe Mexicano defeated Sayeed Ali in 12:50 by pinfall with a Flying Headbutt.




vs.

El Héroe Mexicano stood on the middle rope and raised his arms above his head, celebrating his victory -- his first victory in his first appearance in the United States. Sayeed Ali got back to his feet. Brother G was on the outside of the ring and he yelled some instructions for Ali and Ali nodded. He chop blocked Mexicano while he was on the second rope. Mexicano fell to the mat and Ali draped his leg over the bottom rope and leapt up, his body crashing down onto Mexicano’s knee. He did this again. And again. And Again. Eventually, security personnel made it to the ring but Mexicano was holding his knee and could not stand on it. Ali and Brother G were all smiles as they walked to the back.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

vs. w/
Matthew Keith versus “The Nightmare” Scythe w/ Father Grim

Matthew Keith, who is deceptively thick, and Scythe had a very good match. It was the story of the more technical Keith trying to chop the tree down that was Scythe. Keith targeted the knees -- which were also helping to set up for the famous Keith Family Proton Lock, but he was also trying to keep the near seven footer off his feet.

Scythe, living up to his moniquer “The Nightmare” never backed down, instead he kept coming forward. Kept moving towards Matthew. Kept absorbing the punishment. The crowd was definitely into the story these two were telling. Matthew hit Scythe with a big DDT but before he could make the pin, Father Grim was up on the apron yelling at referee Darren Smith that Keith had grabbed a handful of Scythe’s mask and should be disqualified. Smith goes to admonish him.

Suddenly, in the ring is a man who just as tall -- if not taller than Scythe. He does not wear a mask, but he is wearing a long jacket that says ‘Evil Dead’ across the back.



Keith sees him and his eyes go wide. The man, whom we can only assume was Evil Dead, kicked Keith in the gut and hit him with a huge powerbomb before exiting the ring and moving around to stand by Father Grim. Scythe was back to his feet now and he picked Keith up and hit him with the Underworld Spike [Two Handed Choke Bomb] and covered him for the win.

Scythe defeated Matthew Keith in 11:49 by pinfall with an Underworld Spike following interference from Evil Dead. Scythe makes defence number 1 of his CWL United States title.




Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute time Limit

vs. w/
Clyde Puder & Jakob Yoder versus The Devil’s Rejects © w/ February Malaise

This was what would be called a ‘hoss’ fight. Four big men, the smallest of whom is three hundred seven pounds -- clashing. This was not a technical masterclass or a spot fest. This was four guys who are all over three hundred pounds beating the holy hell out of one another. Heavy forearms and clotheslines. Jaw-rattling slams and suplexes. This gave the crowd everything they wanted out of four guys this size in the ring with one another.

Yoder & Puder showcased some good, developing team worker, but The Rejects continued to show why they have been the top tag team in the Continental Wrestling League for quite some time. They used every dirty trick in the book. Clyde and Jakob stayed in it though and Clyde hit Keith with a big Patriot Slam while Jakob tried to make sure Johnny did not interfere to break up the pin.

What neither man counted on was the leather and denim clad February Malaise hopping up on the apron and getting Jakob’s attention. He was a simple minded man, after all. She lured him over and even planted a big honking kiss right on the big simpleton’s mouth. He looked stunned. Clyde looked stunned. Hell, Darren Smith looked stunned. This created an opening for Johnny Anderson to blast the side of Jakob’s face with a huge boot that dropped him. Clyde hit Johnny with a clothesline that sent him over the top rope. Clyde turned around and got caught with the Reaper Breaker from Keith Holly and the Rejects were able to successfully retain.

The Devil's Rejects defeated Clyde Puder and Jakob Yoder in 12:52 when Keith Holly defeated Clyde Puder by pinfall with a Reaper Breaker after February Malaise interfered. The Devil's Rejects make defence number 3 of their CWL North American Tag Team titles.





“Tonight… Tonight I get back what belongs to me. It has been sixteen months since I last held the North American Championship. Sixteen months… Sixteen long months. It’s been eight months since I’ve called myself a champion of any kind. Tonight, I reclaim my spot. Ox...KC… They are incredible athletes. Incredible professionals… But tonight is my night. Tonight is for me and only for me Tonight… Just you wait and see.”




Triple Threat Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit

vs. w/ vs. w/
KC Glenn versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus w/ Jeffery Aroma versus Ox Mastadon © w/ Lisa Bowen

The main event of the evening. The North American Heavyweight Championship. KC Glenn, the best junior heavyweight wrestler in the world. Riley McManus, the most accomplished wrestler in CWL, and Ox Mastadon -- the reigning, defending North American Heavyweight Champion who is looking for his ninth successful defense -- which would tie him with Riley McManus for most in a single reign as champion.

Also in the mix are “Ms. CWL” Lisa Bowen, the leader of Bowen Services and the manager of champions in CWL. Under her guidance, Ox Mastadon, Primus Allen, Atlas, the Gods of Thunder and the Ring Generals have all achieved championship success in CWL. Jeffery Aroma was also ringside -- despite his recent disputes with Riley, he had been a good bodyguard that had helped Riley hold onto the Heavyweight Champion for a year and have a long, record setting reign as COTT World Heavyweight Champion. Aroma was also the most successful United States Champion (though James Diaz did tie his eight successful defenses with the championship). This was a boiling pot of personalities.

Oh, who can forget that McManus and Glenn are former tag team partners who were former North American Tag Team Champions and the first winners of the Oxford Invitational.

The match started with McManus and Glenn working together on the near five-hundred pound Mastadon. Mastadon had well over two hundred pounds on each of them and Glenn and McManus were acutely aware of their need to take him out of the match. They showcased some of the team work that made them an exciting and successful team. They hit a double running knee trembler to Ox Mastadon’s dome that sent the big man rolling out to the floor and left McManus and Glenn in the ring.

They immediately went at it with one another, showing the same fire that they showed in their instant-classic match at Independence. They went hold for hold with technical exchanges. Countering each other and keeping one from gaining the advantage. KC eventually kicked the knee of Riley to bring him down to a knee and then hit him with a shining wizard.

Right at this time, Ox came back into the ring and took control. The near five-hundred pounder worked methodically. Big slams, using his weight to his advantage. Ox hit KC with a huge powerslam that sent KC rolling to the floor. Riley was back up and he came right after Ox. The people were coming alive as Riley brought the fire to Ox. He even hit a big headbut. The crowd stood up as Riley signalled for it -- the Slingshot Suplex. Could he possibly get the big man up for it? And he did. He bounced Ox’s ankles off the ropes and into the Slingshot Suplex. Ox’s bulk hit the ring and it sounded like a bomb went off. The people exploded with cheers.

Riley stood to his feet clutching his back. All he had to do was make the cover. Before he could, big Jeffery Aroma rolled into the ring and clotheslined Riley from behind. The crowd gasped in shock and Lisa roared her approval on the outside. There was nothing Darren Smith could do about it either when Aroma hit a huge running powerslam onto Riley. Ox lumbered back to his feet and hit the Ten Ton Splash to get the three count and successfully retain his championship.

Ox Mastadon defeated KC Glenn and Riley McManus in 13:34 when Ox Mastadon defeated Riley McManus by pinfall with a Ten Ton Splash following a turn by Jeffery Aroma. Ox Mastadon makes defence number 9 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.




vs.
Riley McManus clutched his ribs in agony. The Ten Ton Splash from Ox Mastadon felt just as nasty as it looked. Ox clutched the North American Championship in his meaty hand and hoisted it above his head -- at the same time, Jeffery Aroma -- the Headhunter -- rolled into the ring. He and Ox locked eyes and Ox shrugged his shoulders and exited the ring leaving Aroma alone with Riley. Aroma made a deliberate show of rolling the sleeves of his white dress shirt up. He looked down at Riley with disgust.

Aroma: I gave you everything! I gave you everything I had!

Aroma grabbed Riley by a handful of his hair and pulled him to his feet and blasted him with a hard right hand. He didn’t let Riley fall. He just held him up like a ragdoll. He punched him again. Then a third time.

Aroma: I had your back! You blame me? You dared to blame me for you being a failure?!?

Aroma slammed his elbow into Riley’s face. Blood was flowing from a cut above Riley’s eye. Aroma gripped Riley by the throat and lifted him into the air. High into the air. Holding him with one hand. He drove him down into a bent knee and then lifted him back up and drove him down into the mat -- The Complex Chokeslam. Aroma looked at his fist and looked back down at Riley.

Aroma: You can blame me for this though.


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GOLD RUSH VI -- Night Two
Saturday Week 4, August 2021
Live from the Lowe Ballroom [North West, USA], 7:00 PM Bell Time
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV
In Attendance: 5,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .20 [150, 550 viewers]
Commentators: Michael Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard


MR: Hello and welcome to the second night of the sixth annual Gold Rush Tournament. Last night we had eight matches to determine who would advance to tonight. Tonight we will find out who will walk out? Will it be “Bulldozer” Brandon Smith? The world-traveled grappler? Will it be the nineteen year old phenom James Diaz? Will it be David Stone? How about Cameron Vessey? The Japanese legend Yoshimi Mushashibo? The demon Hellion? The lucha-libre sensation El Héroe Mexicano? Or will it be Jay Chord? Eight men are left. Who will survive three matches tonight and raise the Gold Rush trophy?

RDJ: After last night, I have to say that Jay Chord looks like the favorite -- even as much as it pains me to say that. He had probably the toughest first round match up with Greg Keith. It’s going to be very hard to defeat Jay Chord in this tournament.

DH: You’re finally coming around!

MR: I’ve been told that Marjorie Oxford has announcement for tonight. Let’s go to her.




MO: It is with a heavy heart that I have to announce that last night two competitors suffered injuries that will prevent them from competing tonight. Yoshimi Mushashibo suffered an ankle injury that the doctor’s have not cleared for competition tonight and will be unable to compete in his second round match with Hellion. El Héroe Mexicano suffered a knee injury after the heinous attack by Sayeed Ali and is not able to compete either.

However, we are not going to give Hellion or Jay Chord a round off -- so both men will be replaced. Yoshimi Mushashibo will be replaced by a man who competed for the North American Heavyweight Championship last night -- who was not pinned and holds several big victories and made it to the finals of last year’s Gold Rush tournament.. KC Glenn.

El Héroe Mexicano will be replaced by a wrestler who begged for the opportunity -- a former North American Tag Team Champion who is looking for another opportunity here in CWL.. “Top Rope” Robby Griffin.




Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Quarter Finals
vs.
“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus “The Return of the Monster” James Diaz

If last night’s contest between Smith and Brecher was tailor made for Japan, this could main event any major Japanese show from the pure physicality. Smith and Diaz exchanged incredibly stiff shots that echoed off the walls of the Lowe Ballroom. They went back and forth in a solid match before Diaz hit Smith with the unfortunately named, Asian Thumb Spike [Essentially the Samoan Spike] and got the pinfall victory to advance in the tournament.

James Diaz defeated Bulldozer Brandon Smith in 14:51 by pinfall with an Asian Thumb Spike.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Quarter Finals
vs. w/
“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

Stone and Vessey have wrestling in their blood. Their families *are* professional wrestling. They had a very exciting wrestling match that shows they have an incredible feel for one another. It was primarily a technical match, not nearly the hard-hitting physical affair that the opening contest was. Stone locked in the Stone Ankle Stretch at one point, but Bowen pushed the bottom rope to Cameron so he could break the hold. Darren Smith admonished her while Vessey got to his feet. An eye rake opened up the opportunity to hit the Vessey Driver II and for Vessey to advance to face Diaz.

Cameron Vessey defeated David Stone in 11:58 by pinfall with a Vessey Driver II.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Quarter Finals
vs. w/
KC Glenn versus “American Hellspawn” Hellion w/ Father Grim

David versus Goliath in a professional wrestling ring -- if it was a little clunky and clumsy. Hopefully these two will not have another singles match with each other, because despite each of their talents it did not come off nearly as well as it should have. Hellion dominated most of the match, KC was able to duck a big clothesline and school boy Hellion from behind and get the surprise victory.

KC Glenn defeated Hellion in 10:09 by pinfall with a quick roll up.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Quarter Finals
vs. w/
“Top Rope” Robby Griffin versus Jay Chord w/ Lisa Bowen

Robby Griffin had not been see in a CWL ring since his brother Mark returned to NOTBW a year or so ago. Griffin is a former tag team champion with his brother and was definitely looking to earn a spot back on the main roster. Unfortunately for him, he was up against Jay Chord who was incredibly motivated and outside of some opening shine, Jay Chord dominated the whole match and hit the Super DDT -- a DDT from the top rope that is incredibly vicious -- for the victory.

Jay Chord defeated Robby Griffin in 9:06 by pinfall with a Super DDT.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

vs.
Suzanne Brazzle versus Missy Masterson (C)

In another solid match, Masterson and Brazzle had the classic championship match. Masterson kept trying to get away from Brazzle -- and Brazzle kept moving forward. Brazzle looked particularly good in this contest, but did eat an Identity Crisis for Masterson to get the retention.
Missy Masterson defeated Suzanne Brazzle in 10:36 by pinfall with an Identity Crisis. Missy Masterson makes defence number 2 of her CWL North American Women's title.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Semi Finals
vs. w/
“The Return of the Monster” James Diaz versus Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

Vessey continued his streak of fantastic performances and he and Diaz had incredible chemistry -- but chemistry that was different than Vessey and Stone. Vessey was the smaller man here and he worked like it. He ducked and moved. He attacked the knee of Diaz to bring him down. Diaz had been in two physical wars -- last night with Des Davids and Brandon Smith, Vessey really went after the leg. Trying to really hyper extend it. Diaz, at two hundred and ninety pounds fought back to his feet and slid off a Vessey Driver II and hit the still unfortunately named Asian Thumb Spike for the victory and to punch his ticket to the finals.

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, James Diaz defeated Cameron Vessey in 11:17 by pinfall with an Asian Thumb Spike..




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Semi Finals
vs. w/
KC Glenn versus Jay Chord w/ Lisa Bowen

KC Glenn, who wrestled in the main event last night and was a replacement tonight came out looking to take the offense to Jay Chord. It caught Chord off guard, but these two men had a breathtaking match that showed the kind of fire KC Glenn had shown in MAW that had made Burning Hammer want him -- and Chord showed the same kind of skill that had made his father a legend. This was a spectacle. KC Glenn went for the Tune up the Sunshine Band but Chord ducked and KC had to stop short to not kick Lisa Bowen. Glenn turned around and Chord caught him with the Cradle Piledriver to advance to face James Diaz.

Jay Chord defeated KC Glenn in 15:20 by pinfall with a Cradle Piledriver.




Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

vs.
The Fat Cats versus The Mission (c)

If the audience thought that Glenn and Chord was excellent -- they were taken up even more by the sensational tag match. DiBiase, who was still in his rookie year, started against Ranger. Ranger and Faith dominated early before some shady tactics got DiBiase and Trescarde the upper hand. They took over and punished Faith. Faith kept trying to fight back but kept getting cut off by DiBiase and Trescarde. Trescarde and DiBiase looked like a tag team that had been teaming together for years even though they had only been teaming since early spring. Trescarde went for an Atomic Drop, but Faith flipped over the back of him and tagged in Ranger.

Ranger came in like a house of fire. The near seven footer looked like a star during the come back and the crowd was on their feet. Ranger hit a big boot on Carl DiBiase sent him sprawling to the outside. Ranger shot Trescarde off and caught him with a huge spinebuster. DiBiase rolled back into the ring and Darren Smith grabbed him to stop him. With the referee pulled away, the crowd gasps when former TCW Tag Team champion… the monsterous KILLER SHARK



… popped up out of nowhere and yanked Matty Faith off the apron. He hit him with a clothesline that turned him inside out. Ranger saw and started walking towards him when Trescarde rolled Ranger up and pulled on the tights. Smith didn’t see this when he counted the three and we have new World Tag Team Champions.

The Fat Cats defeated The Mission in 14:24 when Monty Trescarde defeated Ranger by pinfall with a handful of tights. During the match we also had Killer Shark run in and attack Faith. The Fat Cats win the GWC World Tag Team titles.




Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit

vs.
“Mr. Colorado” Ross Henry versus Gino Montero (c)

Ross Henry and Gino Montero really went at it. Both were cheered and both were having a competitive match that was for a championship. There was no bad blood here, just pure competition and the desire to prove they were the best in the world. Ross Henry hit the Earthquake Slam when the sound of dollar bills being counted played and “The Blueblood” Paul Huntingdon walked onto the entrance ramp.



Henry started shouting at him to leave. Huntingdon smiled, waved, and backed out of the ramp. Henry turned around, ate an enziguri and then Gino climbed the top rope. When Ross Henry stood up he got hit with the Montero Press [Flying Cross Body] and Montero got the pinn.

Gino Montero defeated Ross Henry in 22:28 by pinfall with a Montero Press after a distraction from Paul Huntingdon. Gino Montero makes defence number 9 of his GWC World Heavyweight title.




vs.

Ross Henry has gotten back to his feet after losing to Gino Montero. He shakes his head when all of a sudden Paul Huntingdon, Carl DiBiase and Monty Trescarde and Killer Shark run in and attack, beating Henry down into the mat. It is a very physical beatdown with Shark doing most of the work, Huntingdon calling the shots and DiBiase and Trescarde getting potshots in.






“Tonight I follow in my cousin’s footsteps. Tonight I continue the Diaz legacy. I survived Des Davids. Bulldozer Brandon Smith. Cameron Vessey… The only thing standing in my way now is Jay Chord. Jay… You are an incredible athlete. An incredible wrestler. You, like me, have this business in your blood. But unlike me, you are standing in my way -- and I would hate to be you. The Gold Rush Trophy will be mine. It will be all mine.”




Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit

vs. w/
“The Return of the Monster” James Diaz versus Jay Chord w/ Lisa Bowen

The finals of the Gold Rush tournament. Two second generation wrestlers (and a second generation manager). Both men are the sons of legit wrestling legends. Rip Chord is an Immortal and it is possible for Raymond Diaz, the first non-Japanese wrestler [and currently only] to win the prestigious Elite Series tournament. Diaz was selling his leg from the Vessey onslaught on his knee. Chord continued targeting the leg. Even though Chord uses the Cradle Piledriver and Super DDT to finish matches -- Chord also knew that at six feet nine and two hundred and ninety pounds, Diaz needed to not be able to stand up.

Chord really worked over the leg and Diaz was hobbled. Chord hit the Cradle Piledriver and went for the pin but Diaz kicked out just before three. Chord looked incredulous at Darren Smith, but Diaz pulled himself to his feet. He was on one leg when he hit Chord with a huge belly to belly suplex. Then a second. Then a third. Then a lariat that turned Chord inside out. The crowd was yelling and cheering for Diaz when Diaz signalled that this was the end.

Chord stumbled back to his feet and boom… ASIAN THUMB SPIKE!!!!! Diaz made the cover and he got the three and is officially the 2021 Gold Rush Champion.

James Diaz defeated Jay Chord in 17:46 by pinfall with an Asian Thumb Spike. James Diaz wins the Gold Rush title. C+

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Diaz wins! Diaz wins! Diaz wins!
Great shows Historian! Glad to see my man Diaz continuing the family legacy of domination!
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Great pair of shows, thoroughly enjoyed reading them!
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Great job. Loved it.
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Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV
Week 4, August 2021.
Filmed at: The Oxford Arena [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 3,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .12 [92,700]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard



MR: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. We are directly on the heels of two nights of Gold Rush. If you missed it -- don't worry, we won't spoil anything for you tonight, but we can promise you it was two nights of wrestling to remember!

RDJ: Tonight we have a big main event as Scout and Brandon James, Hawaiian Boys 2.0 and Gangsta Nation in tag team action and two big women's division match ups. I can't wait.

DH: Boy howdy it's gonna be a good night of 'rasslin here!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
vs.
Amber Allen versus Sakura Sada

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Amber Allen defeated Sakura Sada in 9:45 by pinfall with a Northern Lights Suplex.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
vs.
Faith McGee versus Nina Cacace

In a terrible match, Nina Cacace defeated Faith McGee in 8:48 by pinfall with a Fireman's Carry Slam.





TW: It's been some hard times for me and the big Animal here and we know that some of the fans have been saying that maybe we don't have what it takes but let me tell y'all something. We've been spending some time getting refocused and recentered and baby we're coming for those North American Tag Team Titles. Souther Stars tour, Fall 2021, commin' to an arena near you.

AH: Yeah!




Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
vs. w/
Hawaiian Boys 2.0 versus Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Cali Slick and Hustle Muvva defeated Hawaiian Boys 2.0 in 11:47 when Cali Slick defeated Rocky Weatherfield by pinfall with a Slick-Back.

James Adams carried the match in terms of in-ring performance.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
vs.
Island Boy Apollo versus Ozzie Golden

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Island Boy Apollo defeated Ozzie Golden in 8:28 by pinfall with an Island Driver.




w/
Brandon James cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Scout.




Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
vs. w/
Scout versus "Big Money" Brandon James w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had a decent reaction from the crowd but sub-par wrestling, Scout defeated Brandon James in 8:27 by pinfall.




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And that brings a conclusion to the month of August! There are some narratives coming up before we delve into more shows. Thank you to all those who predicted. I believe we had thirteen different people predict -- which is awesome! I will be DMing the winner with the prize for this particular show soon -- as it will effect what is going to happen in the coming weeks! (I actually have not played the game past this show, it's one of the few times I'm completely caught up in diary with where I'm at in the save -- on purpose!)

Thanks for playing along!
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August had been a good month. Our best month of business, actually. We ran eight house shows, four television tapings, and the two-night Gold Rush event. All told we sold close to twenty thousand tickets for the month, including thirteen thousand tickets in the last week alone with three sold out shows. We were definitely gaining popularity and exposure.

The sixth Gold Rush had been our best Gold Rush event to date. Jay Chord and KC Glenn had tore the house down, so do the Fat Cats and the Mission. James Diaz had cemented himself as a star for us with four solid matches. He had taken beatings in his match against Des Davids and Brandon and worked his ass off against Cameron and Jay.

Evil Dead, the former Hell’s Bouncer had made his debut for us in helping Scythe retain over Matthew Keith. Paul and Shark had debuted to fill out the Money Talks stable. We were set up with multiple feuds through the end of the year. Sean McFly, Ricky Dale Johnson and I had formed a tight-knit creative group. Ricky ran the training center now and kept me apprised of all of the talent we had there. Sean agented our house shows for me while I produced the television show and got all of the formats ready to go.

We were turning into a well oiled machine. The only downside from the Gold Rush weekend had been the ankle injury to Yoshimi. It was only a bad sprain, he’d be able to work again in just a couple of weeks -- and would work for us one more time to fulfill his talent trade obligation. It was supposed to be Yoshimi and Jay in the semi finals -- but with the injury I had to put KC in that spot.

Mexicano’s injury had been a work. He was booked on Saturday for OLLIE so he couldn’t be at both nights, but Axxis and I had wanted to set up the potential for Mexicano to lead a trios team on an OLLIE show against Gangsta Nation, but also for Mexicano to come back and work a follow up singles match against Ali on TV. Axxis wanted to increase the exposure for Mexicano. I understood that. I had done the same thing with Riley and the COTT World Title.

I shifted in my office chair and looked at the paperwork in front of me. I was very excited for one of the signings we had just made. I thought it was a big coo and would really help further extend our brand and really give us another bankable star that if we played our cards right, could be a star for us for a decade. I had feelers out to another game changing star. We would see if they wanted to come to work for me.

There was a knock on my office door. “Come in.”


I looked up as the door opened and in walked the massive Brandon James. At almost seven feet tall, he had been a major star in professional wrestling for two decades, but I could tell watching him that his body was not the same. His back, his knees, his shoulders. They were all going out on him. His performances just weren’t the same. Twenty-seven years in this sport will do that to you. Twelve of those years were with DAVE -- working that crazy style that John and Phil had wanted. Blood. Guts. Weapons. Danger… Violence… It was in the damn name, but now Brandon’s body was paying the price.

“You got a second?” The grizzled veteran asked me. I nodded and motioned for him to sit. He did not sit.

“What’s on your mind, Brandon?”

He looked around my office. It wasn’t much. We were still running things out of the converted retail store I had gotten all those years ago. It was still our home base. It had been upgraded. We had taken over more floor space as other stores around us went out of business, but it was still home. “One month.” He said seriously.

“One month what?” I asked.

“That’s what I’ve got left in the tank. You’ve got September and then I’m hanging them up. I can’t go anymore. You saw me against Scout. The match didn’t go ten minutes and I could barely breathe. I was sucking wind hard. I woke up this morning and I knew… I knew I was done.”

I nodded my head and stood up. Moving around the desk, I stood in front of him. He was a head taller than me. I stook out my hand. “How do you want to go out?”

Brandon grinned. “On my back. Making some youngsters. I’m still over. But you gotta get some of these guys ready. David. Alexander. I don’t care. Just give me a couple of shows of putting over some young guys. Let me make it to Last Hard Men. Let me see the lights one last time and let me ride out of here.” He took my hand in his massive one. It was a tight grip. A man’s grip.

“You got it. Five more matches, Brandon. One month. I appreciate it.” I told him and I meant it. He was one of our most popular wrestlers. He could use that popular to give off to another talents. Kids who could need use it. He was a true professional and I respected that.

Twenty-seven years, a lifetime in the business… Now he had five more matches.
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If you were to move over to ContinentalWresltingLeague.com, you would see that there is a new video posted. It just says, The Fallen.


The video starts and Hellion, Evil Dead, and Scythe are all in the background while the man who has become known as Father Grim stood in the foreground in a charcoal suit with a red tie.

Father Grim, “It’s not your fault. I need you all out there to understand that it is not your fault. It is not your fault that your lives are the way they are. You are not a failure. You were lied to. You did not fail, you were given false dreams to strive forward. In school, they told you that you could be whatever you wanted to be. You could achieve anything if you wanted it bad enough. If you worked for it hard enough. But they were wrong, won’t they? That is why you, the guy who wanted to be a novelist is taking coffee orders. It’s why you, the lady who wanted to be president is tending bar and having lecherous men try to get your phone number. It’s why you wanted to be rich and famous and were told that college was the way. Now you’re one hundred thousand dollars in debt and you’re making just over minimum wage. It’s why you live at home with your parents instead of your own house. It’s why you have a cat instead of a kid. Because they lied to you. They told you what you could be, but they never told you what you would be. They never told you that the world isn’t fair. Dreams are just dreams. Hard work just breaks your body down faster and as long as you are in the game, playing by the rules, you will fail. The game is designed for you to fail.”

Grim turns his head for a moment to look at the men behind him and then back at the camera.

Grim, “These men believed the lies. There was a Supreme Empire that promised them riches. It promised them paradise. It told them that they would be stars. Their names would be on marquees. Stadiums would fill to see them. But what happened? They found themselves Fallen. Fallen from grace. Cast out of the empire. Excommunicated for not drinking enough koolaide. But these Fallen. They found me. I made them no promises. I did not tell them what they could be. I only told them what they are. They are monsters. They are the head turners. They are the reason people cross the street at night. Freaks and outcasts. They have fallen. But they will rise. I will not cast them out. I will not banish them. I will allow them to step into the light.”

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OOOOHHHH, CREEPY!

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Marjorie studied her hands. She couldn’t palm a basketball and she couldn’t crush an apple with her hand like so many strongmen liked. But her hands were strong. They could make magic out of canned goods. They could create art through video. They could teach and encourage and nourish and love. They had planted flowers and held newborn puppies. They were her hands. Strange little things that they were.

Her foot could not stop bouncing and she chewed on her bottom lip. Her father was just beyond his office door. She just had to knock. Just had to tell him. It would be so much easier once she did. Her father was an understanding man. He was loving and supportive. He was gentle. He had taught her to ride a bike. Had gone to father-daughter dances. Had helped her sell girl scout cookies to the whole locker room -- she’d always been the top seller in her troup. He was not prone to anger, but still, it was her father. There was something about the possibility of him being disappointed in her that made her incredibly nervous.

KC reached over and put his hand on her knee. He was supportive. He was calming. She had never seen him angry. Never seen him raise his voice. She liked that about him. Or loved it. Whatever the proper terminology is.

“It’s going to be okay.” He said to her. He meant it. She knew he was right, but what good is that? She knew that thunder was natural but it could still be unnerving. She nodded her head to him and she stood up.

It was a short walk to the office door. Her knuckles wrapped on it and she heard her father call out for her to enter. He didn’t know it was her, of course. She motioned for KC to follow her. He did.


Inside his office, her dad looked at him. “Marj.. KC… What’s going on?” He asked. His expression was blank. He had always been a hard man to read. He had learned to control his expressions for the ring. Learned how to emote and how not to emote. It made him very challenging to get a read on, even for his daughter.

“I...we… We need to tell you something, dad.” Marjorie said and she looked to KC for support. He nodded his support to her and reached for her hand. He squeezed it. This was her piece of news. He would let her deliver it.

Robert leaned forward. His elbows on his desk. “What? Is everything okay?” He asked. Now his face was a little more readable.

Marjorie nodded. “Yeah.. Everything is fine. It’s just.” She took a deep breath. She let it out. “Dad. I’m pregnant.”

The word hung there in the air. Heavy. Her father said nothing. Not for a long moment. He stood up and looked out his office window into the parking lot. He said nothing and she shifted on her feet. KC kept a hold of her hand as he turned around.

“I’m going to be a grandpa?” He asked and she nodded and smiled.

“Yes. You’re going to be a grandpa.”

“Does your mom know?”

Marjorie shook her head. “Not yet. I wanted to tell you first.”

He nodded. “This is… my God. This is fantastic. Congratulations.”

She knew he meant it. Suddenly all of nerves were gone. He reacted how she figured he would react and a weight was off her shoulders. It wasn’t a secret she and KC were keeping any longer.
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