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Unread 03-12-2019, 09:18 AM
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Matty Faith versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Killer Shark

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

Six Man Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"The Cornerstone" Riley McManus versus "The Headhunter" Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen

Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Ranger versus Cameron Vessey (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Triple Threat Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Junior Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus "High Flyin' Hawaiian" James Adams versus Horton Ravenwood (c)

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Keith Brothers versus The Devil's Rejects (C) w/ February Malaise

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Houston Handley versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
"The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone versus "The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine" Xavi Ferrera
Draw please!

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Foxxy LaRue versus Missy Masterson

Opening Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Legacy Showcase
The Aces of Mayhem versus Muscle & Fitness
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Unread 03-12-2019, 09:27 AM
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Matty Faith versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Killer Shark

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

Six Man Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"The Cornerstone" Riley McManus versus "The Headhunter" Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen

Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Ranger versus Cameron Vessey (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Triple Threat Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Junior Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus "High Flyin' Hawaiian" James Adams versus Horton Ravenwood (c)

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Keith Brothers versus The Devil's Rejects (C) w/ February Malaise

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Houston Handley versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
"The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone versus "The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine" Xavi Ferrera

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Foxxy LaRue versus Missy Masterson

Opening Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Legacy Showcase
The Aces of Mayhem versus Muscle & Fitness
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Unread 03-12-2019, 11:25 AM
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5 days of reading and I have finally caught up with this diary and i have throughly enjoyed every minute of this ride... The game world has evolved amazingly and your portrail of it has been great... I feel like this is a great point to jump in for prediction s

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Matty Faith versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Spencer spade has not long won the belt and it is far to soon to drop the belt. Faith I hope will be champ for you one day as he is a personal favourate but now is not the time


Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Killer Shark
Ross to pick up the win here, with a heel champ in spade a big win for Ross could set him up as a top contender.

T[ag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Tag Team Championship
Homegrown versus The Fat Cats (c)
One of the harder matches to call but on a coin flip I would say fat cats retain...

Six Man Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
With all the Diaz family support in this diary I nearly picked them for the win however I have a feeling the nation retains due to some shenanigans...

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"The Cornerstone" Riley McManus versus "The Headhunter" Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen
Riley has to win here... He is Mr Rocky Mountain and needs to win on the anniversary show

Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Ranger versus Cameron Vessey (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Possible sleeper for motn here... But cam will retain and continue his build to top star


Triple Threat Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Junior Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus "High Flyin' Hawaiian" James Adams versus Horton Ravenwood (c)
HFH to win here... if you are looking to make a new division he could be the man to build it around.

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Keith Brothers versus The Devil's Rejects (C) w/ February Malaise
As much as it pains me not to back the Keith brothers the rejects are homegrown talent and I feel that on a night like this they should be featured strongly

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Houston Handley versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Strong I feel will be holding the belt for some time to come yet.


Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
"The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone versus "The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine" Xavi Ferrera
Xavi is another personal favourite however david stone looks like he could be another guy to build around

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Foxxy LaRue versus Missy Masterson
Another match I can't call, coin flip says missy for the win


Opening Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Legacy Showcase
The Aces of Mayhem versus Muscle & Fitness
Aces of mayhem prove why they are so good defeating muscle and fitness... Though it would be interesting to see how much Richie and jolson have improved over the years...
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Unread 03-12-2019, 03:01 PM
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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
Matty Faith versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Killer Shark

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

Six Man Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
"The Cornerstone" Riley McManus versus "The Headhunter" Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen

Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Ranger versus Cameron Vessey (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Triple Threat Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
GWC World Junior Heavyweight Championship
KC Glenn versus "High Flyin' Hawaiian" James Adams versus Horton Ravenwood (c)

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Keith Brothers versus The Devil's Rejects (C) w/ February Malaise

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Houston Handley versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
"The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone versus "The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine" Xavi Ferrera

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Foxxy LaRue versus Missy Masterson

Opening Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Legacy Showcase
The Aces of Mayhem versus Muscle & Fitness
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Unread 03-13-2019, 10:17 AM
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5 days of reading and I have finally caught up with this diary and i have throughly enjoyed every minute of this ride... The game world has evolved amazingly and your portrail of it has been great... I feel like this is a great point to jump in for predictions
Well welcome aboard the prediction train. I'm glad you have been enjoying the ride. Hopefully it will continue to be enjoyable.
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Unread 03-13-2019, 02:48 PM
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Whew! Finally caught up! Time to jump in...

The Sixth Anniversary

Matty Faith versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
- Spade's set up for a long run - you have a lot of Face challengers who deserve title matches


"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Killer Shark
- Henry gets the win and moves on... or else a post-match beatdown to extend the feud


Homegrown versus The Fat Cats (c)
- Let's celebrate nostalgia night with a Homegrown victory


The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
- DQ win so the titles don't change hands... yet


"The Cornerstone" Riley McManus versus "The Headhunter" Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen
- I feel like Riley might get distracted by something... or someone... but who?


Ranger versus Cameron Vessey (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
- Is Mission vs Bowen Services the new feature feud?


KC Glenn versus "High Flyin' Hawaiian" James Adams versus Horton Ravenwood (c)
- I want to say Glenn but he's got other things to do for now


The Keith Brothers versus The Devil's Rejects (C) w/ February Malaise
- I'm a Rejects mark, and for all the success they've had in CWL, I still feel like they're under-pushed
- That being said, the Keith's deserve a tite run and could easily take this, freeing up the Rejects for singles' pushes



Houston Handley versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
- Strong stays strong
- I expect Amber Allen will be the one to eventually dethrone her, although I'd like to see Quine back in the mix as well



"The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone versus "The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine" Xavi Ferrera
- The future is now


Foxxy LaRue versus Missy Masterson
- LaRue needs some build, so Masterson keeps the gate today


The Aces of Mayhem versus Muscle & Fitness
- They were better then, I'm betting they're better now
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The Sixth Anniversary
Saturday Week 4, January 2022
Live at the Lowe Ballroom [North West, USA]
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV, Hawaii 50
In Attendance: 5,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .42 [321,520 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard



MR: Hello and welcome to our Sixth Anniversary. I’m Michael Riggs and as always, I’m joined in the broadcast booth by legendary wrestler The Sheriff. Ricky Dale Johnson and former elite manager and now commentator extraordinaire -- The Marshall Duke Hazard.

RDJ: It is great to be here, Michael. I know you’re the voice of Continental Wrestling League and this is my first Anniversary show. I’m incredibly excited to be here. I even busted out the Tombstone Sheriff badge cufflinks.

DH: Well hot diggity dog. Those are nice. I’ve been here for every anniversary show. I have managed on them. At the first Anniversary, I debuted The Hazard Gang. We made a statement at the expense of the Aces of Mayhem and boy was I proud o’ them.

MR: And The Aces of Mayhem are here tonight! The Hall of Fame duo, the first ever Tag Team Champions. They are back, for one night only, for the Sixth Anniversary.

DH: I definitely had my problems with them, my Hazard Gang waged war against them many times. They are a tough as nails tag team with over a decade of team experience together. I can’t take anything away from their ability in the ring. I’m just hopin’ they don’t notice I’m sitting here! I didn’t bring an extra pair of britches.

RDJ: That’s a smart thing to hope for. I definitely don’t want to smell that. I, for one, can’t wait to see Ross Henry and Killer Shark go at it again. Killer Shark defeated Ross Henry at Christmas Chaos through some shady means. Ross Henry is a guy who could be the biggest star in the business -- and I’m thinking tonight Mr. Colorado is gonna get even.

MR: We will have to wait and see, because that match is our semi final contest. Tonight is a jampacked card. Twelve big matches. Seven Championship matches -- three of them for World’s Titles. This is the biggest night of wrestling the Continental Wrestling League has ever put on -- don’t leave your seat.



Opening Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Legacy Showcase

The Aces of Mayhem versus Muscle & Fitness

Muscle & Fitness were out first. Richie and Justice have not lost an ounce of muscle mass in the time they have been away from Continental Wrestling League. The duo is received as the prima donna, arrogant heels they are portraying. Riggins is even carrying a handheld mirror to look at himself. It gets a good reaction.

Next out is the Hall of Fame duo the Aces of Mayhem. Ace Youngblood is in a resplindid headdress and Max Mayhem, always a smaller competitor, does look a little smaller than normal. He has slimmed down some in hopes of increasing the longevity of his career.

The match was not great. It was clear from the jump that Max is a shell of the performer he once was. Despite still being under forty, he’s probably several years past his prime and isn’t long for the wrestling business. Ace did well, but it was hard to make up for his partner. Richie and Justice were okay, but it seemed like they were a bit nervous being in front of the scold out crowd of 5,000.

The bulk of the match was spent with Muscle and Fitness punishing Max who was trying to get to Ace. Max did get to Ace, and Ace chopped both men down and hit Jolson with a Chaos Effect to secure the victory for the former two-time North American Tag Team Champions.

The Aces Of Mayhem defeated Muscle and Fitness in 7:59 when Ace Youngblood defeated Justice Jolson by pinfall with a Chaos Effect.




Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus Missy Masterson

Foxxy LaRue was making her CWL debut here. News leaked just before this show that she had signed on full time. The former QAW standout looked good against Missy Masterson -- former Women’s Champion. They went at it for almost nine solid minutes. Back and forth action that really woke the crowd up. They were unsure of Foxxy at the start, but she really won them over.

Missy caught Foxxy looking and hit her with an Identity Crisis that didn’t fully land -- but got enough of an impact to get Missy the three count.

Missy Masterson defeated Foxxy LaRue in 8:53 by pinfall with an Identity Crisis.




Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit

"The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone versus "The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine" Xavi Ferrera

Both men in this match claim to be a wrestling machine -- and both are probably right. David Stone is a third generation wrestler. Oldest son of Dan Jr. Not the oldest grandchild, but close to it, of Dan Stone Sr. Canadian Wrestling royalty. David is also a two-time Young Wrestler of the Year and looks poised to soon become one of the best wrestlers on the planet.

Xavi Ferrera is a former collegiate track star. A natural athlete, he excelled in Pittsburg Steel Wrestling before the Eisens came calling. He worked for the Eisens for several years before they let him go and he found himself in Continental Wrestling, trying to reestablish the momentum he had built in PSW. He has shown himself to be a man who can tear the house down in the few matches he has had in CWL.

This match was no different. Stone dominated the early part of the match with his technical wrestling prowess, controlling Ferrera’s positioning and even hitting one big impact belly to Belly suplex that caused Ferrera to take a break outside of the ring and catch his breath. It also allowed him to seize an opportunity and take control. Ferrera showed excellent wrestling knowledge and really went to work on Stone. The fans were really getting excited at this point. Ferrera went for a diving DDT, but Stone countered it into a Northern Lights Suplex.

David Stone defeated Xavi Ferrera in 10:51 by pinfall.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Houston Handley versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

In our first title match of the evening, newcomer Houston Handley challenged Alicia Strong. It was a really strong showing from Handley -- who is most known for being a tag team wrestler in QAW and is getting her first real singles opportunity here in CWL. She came out incredibly fired up and showed that she has really developed into a good individual worker and not just a tag team specialist. She should a lot of fire. Quick strikes. Lots of lucha influence.

Despite her gusto, Houston Handley couldn’t hold down Alicia Strong. The former USPW and NOTBPW Womens Champion used a vicious knee to the gut to seize control and then it was all business. Alicia looked like she had an extra mean streak and was laying some stink on some of her strikes. An Angel Driver sealed the deal.

Alicia Strong defeated Houston Handley in 13:05 by pinfall with an Angel Driver. Alicia Strong makes defence number 2 of her CWL North American Women's title.




Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


The Keith Brothers versus The Devil's Rejects (C) w/ February Malaise

The Keith Brothers earned this title opportunity by defeating The Fallen at Christmas Chaos. The Brothers are former COTT World Tag Team Champions and former winners of the Oxford Invitational. The Devil’s Rejects are in their fourth reign as North American Tag Team Champions -- breaking their own previous record of three times. They are also former COTT World Tag Team Champions and winners of the Oxford Invitational tournament.

From the get-go, this match was a beautiful mix match of tag team styles. The Keith Brothers are excellent technical wrestlers. Fast, fluid technical wrestling is in their blood. The Rejects are big rough and tumble brawlers who like to throw hands and feet and elbows and headbutts. Matthew and Greg showcased the kind of teamwork that only comes with having grown up together. Having spent their whole lives together. They clearly understood each other and where to be.

The Rejects countered with the kind of teamwork that you would expect from a team in their fourth reign as North American Tag Team Champions. Johnny Anderson hit Matthew Keith from behind when Matthew hit the ropes. This opened it up for Holly to go to work. The Rejects punished Matthew. Hard strikes, hard slams. They were in rare form. They weren’t missing a beat.

Matthew was able to slide over the back of one and make a diving tag to Greg. Matthew laid on the ring apron completely spent. Greg came in and hit several suplexes -- which definitely got the crowd off their feet to see both Holly and Anderson fly through the air. Anderson was the legal man when February Malaise tripped up Greg to stop his momentum.

Johnny Anderson punched Greg Keith hard in the face and whips him off into the ropes. Keith bounces back and eats a size fifteen leather boot right into the face. The big boot was nasty and it looked like it knocked Greg Keith back to his sixteenth birthday. Matthew is still lying on the ring apron from the beating he took. The lights go out. They are out for several moments before they come back on. Referee Ray Johnson looks incredibly disturbed. Keith Holly is now laying on the ringside floor. Johnny Anderson is flat on his back with Greg Keith on top of him. Ray Johnson has no choice but to count the three, despite being visibly confused.

The Keith Brothers defeated The Devil's Rejects in 12:57 when Greg Keith defeated Johnny Anderson by pinfall. The Keith Brothers win the CWL North American Tag Team titles.






Greg and Matthew Keith are now tag team champions, but they are out of it. Scythe and Hellion emerge and roll into the ring and the assault begins. Scythe and Hellion dismantle the new North American Tag Team Champions. It is a vicious assault. Scythe hit two huge chokeslams and then laid Greg ontop of Matthew. Hellion climbed to the top rope and the massive man flipped backwards for a not-pretty but very effective moonsault onto the twin brothers. Father Grim stands on the entrance ramp and he just grins.




Triple Threat Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


KC Glenn versus "High Flyin' Hawaiian" James Adams versus Horton Ravenwood ©

Horton Ravenwood is the first person to hold both the GWC World Junior Heavyweight and World Heavyweight Championship. The Australian Pro Wrestling stand out just recently won the World’s Title, defeating fellow Australian Louie Louie -- who had defeated Gino Montero. Ravenwood also has been doing a solid job as Junior Heavyweight Champion, working a lot in both OLLIE and PGHW.

James Adams has developed into one of the premier junior heavyweights to come out of America in the past decade. Starting in CZCW, he moved to RIPW before being let go and finding his way on the RMW/CWL roster. He also did several tours of PGHW -- becoming a standout gaijin performer. He is a former CWL North American Tag Team Champion with former partner Ekuma.

KC Glenn is widely considered the best American junior heavyweight. He started in MAW where he earned himself a way onto the Burning Hammer roster. He became well known in Japan for sensational performances, but has also become integral to the CWL roster where he works full time now.

This was a very good, very competitor Junior Heavyweight style match. Most people watching either in attendance or live on television only knew Horton from the video package that played while he came out. It took a few moments, but his impressive athletic background really helped get the crowd into him.

This was not a match that used the traditional pacing of a match. This was a Junior Heavyweight showcase that looked like it would belong in a sumo hall in Japan or in San Diego. They went back and forth with all three men getting an opportunity to showcase what they could do. Adams went for a big Swanton Bomb onto Ravenwood but missed and roll out of the ring. Glenn caught Ravenwood flush with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band and got the pin to win the World Junior Heavyweight Championship.

KC Glenn defeated James Adams and Horton Ravenwood in 11:20 when KC Glenn defeated Horton Ravenwood by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band. KC Glenn wins the GWC World Junior Heavyweight title.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


Ranger versus Cameron Vessey (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Ranger and Vessey put on a very good match. Ranger worked like the six-foot-ten asskicker that he is and Vessey got to play the mixture of chickenshit and precision working heel. Ranger dominated the early portion of the match before Lisa made the distraction to let Vessey get the upper hand. Vessey went at the knees to chop the big man down, and Ranger kept on the move. Vessey had to stay on him -- but Ranger never stopped moving or backed down. Ranger kept moving forward.

Ranger went for a big boot that Vessey blocked and then countered by getting the big man up into the Vessey Driver II. Vessey got the pin and retained the United States Championship.

Cameron Vessey defeated Ranger in 8:57 by pinfall with a Vessey Driver II. Cameron Vessey makes defence number 2 of his CWL United States title.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

"The Cornerstone" Riley McManus versus "The Headhunter" Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen

The reaction for Riley McManus was amazing. The crowd was incredibly excited to see The Cornerstone back in singles action. He had a brand new satin ring jacket that looked right out of the early 80’s but really fit him.

The Headhunter got a lot of boos as he walked out with Lisa Bowen. He is no longer in his standard bodyguard attire -- he’s still in long pants but now is in a white tank top with his fists taped up heavily. Bowen was all smiles as she walked next to the newest monster in Bowen Services. So far, her stable is 2-0 on the Sixth Anniversary.

This match had zero feeling out. This is a grudge match. Former friends and partners. Now bitter enemies. They came right out. Riley was more reminiscent of the old Georgia Bulldog. Filled with fire and throwing fists instead of just being his normal technical leanings. Aroma, kept pushing him back and throwing hands. This was a slug fest. A big right hand busted open Riley McManus above the eye.

There wasn’t a moment that wasn’t action. Riley, with blood covering half of his face, threw three headbuts at Aroma that dropped the big man to his knees. McManus went for the Slingshot Suplex but he couldn’t lift the big man. Aroma pushed him back and caught him with a right hand that landed flush. Aroma followed the big right hand (that almost dropped McManus) with the Complex Choke Slam for the pinfall victory.

Jeffery Aroma defeated Riley McManus in 14:28 by pinfall with a Complex Choke Slam.




Six Man Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

This is the Diaz Family’s first trio match as a unit in over a year. Gangsta Nation, the reigning Six Man Champions, have turned into a well oiled machine. All six men are known for their ability to brawl -- though the Diaz Family is also known for raw power.

Gangsta Nation worked well as a unit, isolating Logan from his cousin and uncle. This was a very physical affair -- the most physical affair of the entire night really. Ali, Slick, and Muvva were wrestling/fighting like they had something to prove and the Diaz Family was wrestling like they were trying to prove something also. It made for a thrilling contest.

Raymond hit a Ray Gun on all three members of Gangsta Nation but wasn’t able to capitalize with a pinfall due to positioning -- and the fact that Logan was the legal man. Ali and Muvva took Raymond and James to the outside and they were exchanging heavy blows. Inside the ring, Logan set Cali Slick up for a Belly to Belly Suplex, but Brother G hopped up. Brother G got a punch in the face for his efforts, but Logan ended up eating a Slick-Back and Cali made the pin.

Gangsta Nation (Sayeed Ali, Cali Slick and Hustle Muvva) defeated Diaz Family (James Diaz, Logan Diaz and Raymond Diaz) in 13:24 when Cali Slick defeated Logan Diaz by pinfall with a Slick-Back after Brother G interfered. Cali Slick, Sayeed Ali and Hustle Muvva make defence number 4 of their GWC World Six Man titles.




Tag Team Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit


Homegrown versus The Fat Cats (c)

Clyde Puder and Jakob Yoder -- now going by Homegrown -- were looking to get back on track and get a measure of revenge on The Fat Cats -- who are becoming widely regarded as one of the best tag teams in the world with some recent sensational performances in PGHW, UEW, and NOTBPW.

With the obvious size advantage, Homegrown dominated the early part of the match at Carl DiBiase’s expense. Carl was sent all over the ring as Clyde and Jakob took terms slamming him and working him over.

Some shady teamwork got The Fat Cats back in control . They isolated Jakob and really worked him over. They took him down to the mat and really worked over his knee. Lots of knee bars, elbow drops to the knee, spinning toe holds -- everything they could think of. Yoder went to make a tag -- but Puder was nowhere to be found.

Paul Huntingdon had pulled Clyde down. This left Yoder to be schoolboyed by Trescarde -- who used a handful of tights to help him as The Fat Cats got the victory.

The Fat Cats defeated Homegrown in 14:44 when Monty Trescarde defeated Jakob Yoder by pinfall with a handful of tights. During the match we also had Paul Huntingdon run in and attack Puder. The Fat Cats make defence number 9 of their GWC World Tag Team titles.



MR: And now some words from the challenger for the North American Heavyweight Championship… Matty Faith.



MF: My whole life I’ve lived in a shadow. The shadow of the great Christian Faith. One of the greatest champions of all time. One of the biggest names in the history of this sport. He was a great role model. He taught me how to ride a bike. How to shave. How to drive an elbow into the center of my opponents chest. He gave me a name that opened doors for me. I am forever grateful for that, but he also put a lot of expectations on me. He was one of the greatest of all time. That is what I have to live up to. So far, I have succeeded. I have won World Tag Team Championships. I’ve won regional championships. Tonight… Tonight I win the North American Heavyweight Championship. Tonight I make my own legacy and step out from the shadow of my father.




Grudge Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

"Mr. Colorado" Ross Henry versus Killer Shark

Killer Shark looked incredibly impressive standing on the stage, covered in water droplets and snarling. It was an incredibly intimidating sight. Ross Henry, on contrast, was wearing brand new Colorado flag looking tights that helped really get the crowd off their feet. They were already witnessing a great night of wrestling action and were in for another thrilling bout.

Ross Henry really took it to Killer Shark in this contest. The crowd loved every thing Ross was doing in this match and when Shark locked him in a bear hug that looked like it was crushing Ross’ back, the crowd gasped and begged Ross to get free. Shark squeezed harder -- veins in his arms and shoulders bulging. Henry’s fingers gripped Shark’s shoulders and his face was contorted into a look of absolute pain. A picture-perfect still shot.

Ross fought out of the bearhug, fought to get free. He went to lift Shark -- and he got him up, but Shark raked the eyes to get dropped and then blatantly kicked Ross Henry in the groin in front of Ray Johnson to get the disqualification.

Ross Henry defeated Killer Shark in 13:44 by disqualification.




MR: And now some words for North American Heavyweight Champion, Spencer Spade.



SS: In just a few moments, I elevate Continental Wrestling League even further. In my first defense, I will be taking on Matty Faith. The man with a silver spoon in his mouth. The son of a legend. Coddled. Protected. That’s fine. I don’t get mad at that. He’s the son of a legend. I was the hand-picked heir to the throne before it was stolen from me. My destiny was taken from me. I was left to blaze my own path -- a path that took me right here. To the North American Heavyweight Championship. I am the Supreme Star and tonight… Tonight I will vanquish the chosen one and continue to take this company exactly where I know it should go.




Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


Matty Faith versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Matty Faith came out in a modified version of one of his father’s old ring jackets. A jacket he wore at Supreme Challenge when he won the SWF World’s Title for the first time. He looked focused. No Ranger. No second. Just himself and the opportunity. The opportunity he had been waiting for.

Spencer Spade came out with the North American Heavyweight Championship and Lisa Bowen and looked every bit the star he has been telling people he is.

This match was everything the people had hoped for. It lived up to the hype as Spade and Faith wrestled the match of their careers. For over thirty minutes, they waged a back and forth war. Each had control for stretches of the match and missteps opened it back up to each of them.

Spade hit a Supreme Stunner. One. Two… KICK OUT! Matty Faith kicked out of the Supreme Stunner and the crowd came out of their seats again. Spade looked at Darren Smith in disbelief. Nobody kicks out of the Supreme Stunner. He pulled Matty up and put him onto the top rope. He looked like he was going to go for a Supreme Stunner from the top rope, but Matty fought out of it and knocked Spade to the mat. Spade was flat on his back and Faith looked around at the crowd. He was in position. They went silent as he stood on the top rope. Faith lept off, his elbow bending and preparing to drive down into Spencer’s chest with a picture-perfect Leap of Faith.

When he hit the elbow, the crowd exploded with cheers. Faith made the cover. ONE...TWO...TH… NO! NO! Spade kicked out. Just in time. The crowd gasped. Both men looked exhausted. Faith climbed to the top rope again, but Lisa Bowen hopped onto the apron. Faith yelled at her. Smith yelled at her. The distraction allowed Spade to recover. He crotched Faith and pulled him off the top rope. Another Supreme Stunner. One. Two. Three.

Spencer Spade defeated Matty Faith in 32:20 by pinfall with a Supreme Stunner after Lisa Bowen interfered. Spencer Spade makes defence number 1 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.


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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, December 2022.
Filmed at: The Oxford Arena [North West West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,687
Rating: .32 [243,460 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard



KC Glenn cuts a backstage promo.




Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Jo Gallagher versus Tiffany Jade

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Tiffany Jade defeated Jo Gallagher in 7:45 by submission.





Singles Match
Fifteen Match

“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Clinton Westybrook

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, David Stone defeated Clinton Westybrook in 12:16 by pinfall.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus Mountie Mann

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Bulldozer Brandon Smith defeated Mountie Mann in 9:29 by pinfall with a Backdrop Driver.




Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
The New Wave versus the Boys from The Yukon


In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, The New Wave defeated The Boys From The Yukon in 13:04 when Guide defeated Howlin' Mad Mort by pinfall with a Wave Of Mutilation.

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






The match is over and The New Wave are celebrating. Howlin' Mad Mort and Whitehorse Whittaker look angry, and jump them from behind, beating them down.


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And with that, we have officially hit our sixth anniversary and are in our seventh year. We've also officially hit the 150 show milestone. The Anniversary show was our 150th show that I booked, but 149th show to air -- the subsequent Slammasters was the 150th to air. It seems like only yesterday I was putting the card together for The Climb and relying on a motley crew of 13 guys to carry me through. Now, I've got a sizable roster and I've got really quality names and we're putting on good shows time in and time out.

This show as also the best show we've ever put on. I'm very proud of that -- because it was fitting for an anniversary show to become the best show we've ever done. It was also fitting for the anniversary show to be our 150th show -- as it was our 100th, 75th, and 50th show. I do not believe it will be our 200th show, so this might be the last major milestone that it carries.

Some questions for you all!

What was your favorite match of the Anniversary show?
Is there a program or angle you're really into right now?
Is there a program or angle you are really hoping to see in our seventh year?
Is there a talent you're really hoping to see get featured?
Is there a talent you're really hoping goes away?

As always, thank you for your continued readership and participation. The participation is what helps make the diary feel alive -- as I definitely draw feedback from what you're reacting to to try to help shape the narratives and feature people that you're digging. So, keep reading! Here is to another six years.
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Really enjoying this diary still, love how you have had it develop and mature over time.

I cant wait to see what's next for aroma and McManus after their feud ends

Looking forward to the end of Henry vs shark too and what comes next for them both, perhaps aroma vs shark and Riley vs Henry again?

Enjoying where spade and Bowen are taking things to
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Congratulations on the anniversary, as well as keeping the save and diary going for so long.

What was your favorite match of the Anniversary show?
Third best would be Diaz family vs Gangsta nation, I'm biased towards dem gangstas and a good chaotic brawl all over the place. Second best was the main event, you put a lot of work into narrating it and it was pretty captivating, on top of both men's background stories going into it. My favorite though has to be the Keiths vs Devil's Rejects. Two teams I enjoy, an outcome that could have gone both ways, a match that had both grappling and brawling and a finish that, while shady, kept everyone looking strong and furthered the Keiths-Fallen feud.

Is there a program or angle you're really into right now?
Not really, but take that as a compliment. There's no single feud overshadowing the rest, CWL has a little bit of everything for everyone, enough stuff to keep it interesting but not too much to the point where you need to keep tabs on stuff and look back to remember previous happenings.

Is there a program or angle you are really hoping to see in our seventh year?
I'd love to see a proper build for Foxxy LaRue. My alternative would be to see David Stone go on an Undertaker-esque streak with the belt that could help elevate him, the title and whoever breaks it before Stone moves on to bigger and better things.

Is there a talent you're really hoping to see get featured?
Like I said, Foxxy LaRue. I'm also intrigued on whether Killer Shark can actually develop some in-ring skills and be more than just a big menacing monster heel in short matches.

Is there a talent you're really hoping goes away?
Missy Masterson. There, I said it!
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What was your favorite match of the Anniversary show?
Probably the Keith Brothers vs Devil's Rejects, loved the finish!

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Is there a program or angle you're really into right now?
McManus vs Aroma. Like DarK_RaideR said, it's not like it overshadows everything else going on, but the whole "underling turning on main star" is a classic, with this one having the twist that it was the main star who turned face through the underling's actions!

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Is there a program or angle you are really hoping to see in our seventh year?
I know both are currently heel, but I want to see The Devil's Rejects go after Scythe & Hellion for costing them the tag titles. Maybe a Triple Threat feud for the straps?

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Is there a talent you're really hoping to see get featured?
Not really, I'm thoroughly enjoying your selections, so wouldn't want to act like my ideas would be any better, because I don't think that's possible!

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Is there a talent you're really hoping goes away?
Not really, again. I'm not massively into Ross Henry, but I am enjoying his programme with Killer Shark. Maybe Missy Masterson, or at least some of her teeth.
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  • Sixth Anniversary is official the best rated show CWL has ever done, just beating out 2021's Independence.
  • TotalExtremeWrestling.com has officially classified the yearly 'Anniversary' show as Above Average in importance. This is the third of CWL's shows to be classified as 'Above Average' by the wrestling press -- Independence and Christmas Chaos are the other two.
  • The Texas Junior Heavyweight Title was won initially by Duval Dubois. He lost the championship to Ralph Liotta.
  • Clinton Westybrook has been recalled from developmental. The decision was made that he was ready for the main roster. He impressed CWL officials with his match against David Stone on Saturday Night Slammasters.
  • The Boys from the Yukon have signed full time contracts with CWL. Most recently, they were each employed by the SWF where they had been in RIPW -- Howlin' Mad Mort had been RIPW Champion -- both had been working on the SWF main roster for about eight months before their contracts were not renewed. They did a few independent shots before being brought back to CWL to add even more depth to the deepest tag team division in North America.
  • CWL has signed a new merchandise deal with Big Fish Toys to produce the first line of signature of CWL action figures. The first name announced for the new action figure line is Riley McManus. The Cornerstone is the longest tenured CWL employee -- having been employed since the company first opened its doors. A former two time North American Champion, a former Tag Team Champion, former winner of the Gold Rush and Oxford Invitational Tournaments -- and is a two time World's Champion. He makes a fitting choice for the first announced action figure.
  • On the upcoming episode of Saturday Night Slammasters, CWL will be presenting a gauntlet match. The winner of the gauntlet match will challenge Cameron Vessey for the United States Championship on the following episode of Slammasters, so make sure you do not miss this week!
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If there aren't real Riley McManus action figures in the works, I'm going to be disappointed!
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Is that simply a narrative thing or are you trying to get across that McManus has been chosen to be the figurehead for CWL?
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