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Main Event
Ten Man Elimination Tag
Sixty Minute Time Limit
The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
No Time Limit
Strap Match
Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark

Six Man Tag
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks

Singles Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Six Man Tag
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone (c)

Triple Threat Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Keith Brothers (c)

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace
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Main Event
Ten Man Elimination Tag
Sixty Minute Time Limit
The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
No Time Limit
Strap Match
Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark

Six Man Tag
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks

Singles Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Six Man Tag
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone (c)

Triple Threat Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Keith Brothers (c)

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace
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Not on you, but what's with all the reader hate for Missy Masterson? She's always been a good worker for me.
Honestly, I just hate her face.

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The only sour note for me in the entire dynasty is Spencer Spade's promos. Every time I see the words "sports entertainment" I want to throw something at my screen. It's "go-away heat" to an old-school traditional crowd. If they wanted that smarky, meta, wink-at-the-audience, flirting-with-breaking-kayfabe, shoot-promo style, they wouldn't be watching CWL.

Other than that, Spade is a great hire, and the overall character he's playing is fine. Just stop having him say "sports entertainment".
I'll definitely take the Spade note to heart. I've been a little unsure if the promos were capturing the feel I was going for. I wasn't trying to go for the worked-shoot angle as much as I was trying to establish his 'Big League Star' gimmick, especially since he came from SWF. I don't think I was able to really capture that part of the gimmick with the sports-entertainment thing and trying to use that to mean he was separating the big time from the smaller time. Moving forward, I think I will tone down his use of the sports entertainment part to make himself seem like a BLS and capture that part in a different way.
I personally love Spade using "sports entertainment" to get heat. It's like when Tommaso Ciampa started using the term on NXT to contrast with Johnny Wrestling, and I certainly never read into it as a kayfabe break...

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Agreed, though it felt odd when he added ",man" to the end of that sentence. Details, but thought I'd point it out.
Glad it wasn't just me that thought this! As soon as I read that, the voice in my head switched to Bray Wyatt's... Anyway, predictions!

Main Event
Ten Man Elimination Tag
Sixty Minute Time Limit
The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
No Time Limit
Strap Match
Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark

Six Man Tag
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks

Singles Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Six Man Tag
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone (c)

Triple Threat Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Keith Brothers (c)

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace
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Unread 03-18-2019, 10:51 AM
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I personally love Spade using "sports entertainment" to get heat. It's like when Tommaso Ciampa started using the term on NXT to contrast with Johnny Wrestling, and I certainly never read into it as a kayfabe break...
I lurk this thread and enjoy the BTB. Wanted to re-enforce this point. It's very fitting and works with Spade's character. Keep it up imo. I think its regular heat not go away heat. I think it would rile up the traditionalist in a good way (they'd love to hate him) not in a genuine "you're awful, stop showing up" away.
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I lurk this thread and enjoy the BTB. Wanted to re-enforce this point. It's very fitting and works with Spade's character. Keep it up imo. I think its regular heat not go away heat. I think it would rile up the traditionalist in a good way (they'd love to hate him) not in a genuine "you're awful, stop showing up" away.
Well thank you for the feedback (and EBEZA). I'm glad to know you're lurking, Jon! Feel free to drop a line from time to time my friend!
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Agreed, though it felt odd when he added ",man" to the end of that sentence. Details, but thought I'd point it out.
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Glad it wasn't just me that thought this! As soon as I read that, the voice in my head switched to Bray Wyatt's... Anyway, predictions!
The man was purely accidental. It wasn't supposed to be in there! So my bad! haha. It doesn't fit his character or the way he talks at all.
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Main Event
Ten Man Elimination Tag
Sixty Minute Time Limit
The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services


Semi Main Event
Singles Match
No Time Limit
Strap Match
Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark

Six Man Tag
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks

Singles Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Six Man Tag
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone (c)

Triple Threat Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Keith Brothers (c)

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace
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No Law or Order 7
Saturday Week 4, February 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: .41 [311,970 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard




MR: Hello and welcome to No Law or Order Seven. I’m Michael Riggs and as always I’m joined in the broadcast booth by the legendary Sheriff of professional wrestling, Ricky Dale Johnson and The Marshall Duke Hazard. Tonight is a night of grudge matches and opportunities. In our main event, a blockbuster ten man elimination tag team. Bowen Services will team up to face The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, and “Bulldozer” Brandon Smith. I’ve got to say, on paper this seems like it favors Bowen Services.

RDJ: On paper, it really does. With the exception of Cameron Vessey losing the United States Championship two weeks ago to David Stone, for the past two months, Bowen Services has been on a roll. There is incredible championship pedigree in this match up, but their opponents also have an incredible championship pedigree. The Mission are an incredibly successful tag team. Multiple time World Tag Team Champions, former RIPW Tag Team Champions, the won the Oxford Invitational. The Georgia Bulldogs are former North American Tag Team Champions and won the inaugural Oxford Invitational. Riley McManus is the most decorated champion in Continental Wrestling League. Brandon Smith is a former World’s Champion, a former World’s Tag Team Champion, and has held championships in every company he has ever wrestled for. While Bowen Services is a cohesive unit with lots of success, I would not short change their opponents.

DH: I’m not short changing their opponents, but c’mon. Bowen Services is *the* group here in CWL. Spencer Spade is the North American Champion. Cameron Vessey was just United States Champion. Ox Mastadon is a former Tag and Heavyweight Champion -- and a Gold Rush winner. Jeffery Aroma is a former United States Champion. Andrew Harper has had a lot of regional success. Plus, they have Lisa Bowen in their corner calling the shots. They’re going to be incredibly prepared for this matchup and boys, I’m picking a clean sweep! I think Bowen Services will win without losin’ a person!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace

Former North American Women’s Champion, and one of the brightest young prospect in wrestling, Lucy-Stone McFly was looking to get herself back on the championship track with a match against experienced, world-traveled grappler Nina Cacace. The two women engaged in a simple, classic underdog match with Cacace dominating for most of the time, really working Lucy over until Lucy made a big comeback and hit her father’s patented Delorean Driver to get the pin.

Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Nina Cacace in 8:08 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.




Triple Threat Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Keith Brothers ©

In one of the rare multiple tag team matches in CWL History, the dark, demonic, demented Fallen challenged the four-time North American Tag Team Champions, The Devil’s Rejects, and the reigning champions, The Keith Brothers. Six men. Three teams. One goal. The North American Tag Team Championship.

In Continental Wrestling League, triple threat tag team matches happen under elimination rules and happen with one member from each team in the ring at all times like a standard triple threat. You can only tag your partner. It is a challenge to officiate for even the best officials. Senior official Darren Smith was assigned this particular contest and he was on the ball the entire time.

The Fallen have been a plague on the Keiths for months now -- and The Rejects were definitely not pleased with The Fallen going into this contest for having cost them the North American Tag Team Championship. This kept anybody from being willing to really team up, because while The Rejects and the Keiths both have issues with the Fallen, they also have issues with one another -- after all, the Keiths are the ones who took the North American Tag Team Championship away from the Rejects in the first place.

This was a very physical contest. The Keiths, while primarily technicians, were incredibly successful in the very physical environment of Japan, worked a style much more akin to the Japanese strong-style in this contest than their normal fluid technical wrestling. It contrasted very nicely with the heavy brawling of The Rejects -- who outside of some body slams and back breakers -- didn’t really execute a scientific wrestling hold [they are not known for being mat savants after all]. The Fallen were all power and physicality. Scythe even hit Johnny Anderson with a massive chokeslam to eliminate The Rejects.

This made it down to The Fallen and The Keiths. The Keiths continued to work very physical -- Hellion looked particularly impressive when it got down to just the two teams. He looked like he could be the second coming of Dread [even though he was not a product of Dread’s TITAN Factory]. He was laid his stuff in and the sounds of his strikes onto the chest and back of Greg and Matthew echoed off the walls of the beautiful Lowe Ballroom.

At Father Grim’s command, Scythe hopped off the ring apron and stood there. This confused the Keith Brothers, who shook it off and, using both of them, managed to suplex Hellion from the second rope -- where they had stopped him from hitting his version of the Vader Bomb. This allowed Greg to pin Hellion and for the Keiths to retain -- but Grim just smiled on the outside of the ring as if this was his plan all along.

The Keith Brothers defeated The Devil's Rejects and Scythe and Hellion in 16:53; the order of elimination was The Devil's Rejects first, and then Scythe and Hellion. The Keith Brothers make defence number 1 of their CWL North American Tag Team titles.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone ©

This is a very interesting match on paper. Mayan Idol is a lucha libre legend. He spent the first three years of his career with South of the Border, the next seven with Mexican Premier, and then eight more with South of the Border before finding himself on the wrong side of forty-five (he was forty-seven when he got released). A former two time SOTBPW Campeonato del Mundo, he has also won the masks of Hysteria and Blood Raven and is the holder of two coveted five star match ratings by TotalExtremeWrestling.com.

David Stone is twenty-one years old. Two year pro (as opposed to thirty one years of Mayan Idol). A technician in the same vein as his family, he and Idol are at opposite ends of their careers and styles. It was very clear that Idol was out of shape going into this contest. Within five or six minutes, he was sucking wind through his legendary mask and looked near the point of exhaustion.

His lack of being in shape and he and Stone’s lack of finding any sort of rhythm definitely contributed to the match not coming off as good as it good have. At forty-nine years of age and thirty-one years as a professional, it was clear that Idol’s days of being effective for anybody are long gone. Stone hit a German Suplex folded up by the stone Ankle Stretch for the retention.

David Stone defeated Mayan Idol in 11:48 by submission with a Stone Ankle Stretch. David Stone makes defence number 1 of his CWL United States title.




MR: Standing by backstage is Killer Shark, who has some words for us ahead of his match tonight with Ross Henry.



KS: Ross, when you are laying in the ring tonight, a broken shell of a man, unable to move, unable to get a deep breath, your entire body wracked with pain -- remember that you asked for this. You asked for this beating. You asked for me to break you. Tonight, you break at my hands. You are in my waters, Ross and I am very territorial. Just remember. You. Asked. For. This.




Six Man Tag
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit


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

In a rematch from The Sixth Anniversary show, we saw another hard hitting six man contest. Gangsta Nation continued to show that they can be very effective brawlers without needing weapons. The Diaz Family continued to show their penchant for getting into hard hitting contests. It was a pretty wild match without a whole lot of normal respect for the rules. Lots of brawling around ringside and times where all six men were in the ring at one time. After twelve minutes, Logan Diaz caught Sayeed Ali with a Belly to Belly Suplex that looked like it took him out of his Timberlands.

Diaz Family (Logan Diaz, Raymond Diaz and James Diaz) defeated Gangsta Nation (Cali Slick, Sayeed Ali and Hustle Muvva) in 12:26 when Logan Diaz defeated Sayeed Ali by pinfall with a Belly To Belly Suplex. Raymond Diaz and The Diaz Cousins win the GWC World Six Man titles.




Singles Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit


Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

This was the second time these two women have gone at it for the North American Women’s Championship. In December, they had a good contest that didn’t live up to what people were expecting from two of the best women’s wrestlers on the planet. This match was a different story. They went at it tooth-and-nail. Amber Allen was wrestling with a passion we have not seen from her and Alicia Strong was as good in this match as she has been in since coming to CWL. Amber Allen went for her trademarked Northern Lights Suplex that she learned from her mentor Steffi Chee -- but Strong blocked it and reversed it into a Strong Arm Tactic that turned Amber Allen inside out.

Alicia Strong defeated Amber Allen in 14:41 by pinfall with a Strong Arm Tactic. Alicia Strong makes defence number 3 of her CWL North American Women's title.




Six Man Tag
Forty Five Minute Time Limit

Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks

In our second six man tag match of the night, Clyde Puder and Jakob Yoder brought out Clyde’s cousin, Danny. Danny is 6’5” and 293 pounds. A big ol’ boy, but smaller than both Clyde and Jakob -- which also meant that he took the brunt of the whoopin’ from the Money Talks team. Money Talks was clearly the more experienced trio and showed it off in this match. Homegrown and Danny held their own though and at the end, Clyde hit the Patriot Powerslam on Carl DiBiase to score the victory for his team.

Danny Puder and Homegrown defeated Money Talks (Paul Huntingdon, Carl DiBiase and Monty Trescarde) in 17:21 when Clyde Puder defeated Carl DiBiase by pinfall with a Patriot Powerslam.

In terms of in-ring work, Monty Trescarde was head and shoulders above everyone else. Danny Puder was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.




MR: Standing by backstage, we have Ross Henry with some words before his strap match with Killer Shark.



RH: In just a few moments, I will walk down the aisle and have a leather strap attached to my left wrist. In just a few moments, I will step into the ring with a man as big and bad as they come. A man who wants to destroy me and leave me a broken mess. In just a few moments, I will have the biggest challenge of my career -- but I am a man that thrives on challenges. I have excelled in every athletic endeavor I’ve ever partaken in. I’ve been a success at every level, because I don’t back down from challenges. I feel fear, sure. I feel self doubt, sure, but I don’t let that stop me. I don’t let that prevent me from doing what it is I do -- which is give everything I’ve got to achieve my goal. Tonight, my goal is to defeat Killer Shark in the strap match. Tonight my goal is to finally end things with Money Talks by taking out their enforcer. It won’t be easy, but nothing worthwhile ever is.




Semi Main Event
Singles Match
No Time Limit
Strap Match


Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark

In their third singles match, Henry and Shark continued their trend of hard hitting, physical, old school matches. This time with a strap connecting them -- that also allowed them to beat each other with the strap. They used the strap perfectly, with Shark using his size advantage to gain the upper hand. He choked Henry with the strap, he whipped him, he wrapped the leather around his fist and punched Henry. It was definitely a hard hitting affair. Henry stopped Shark from touching all four corners and made a big come back with several lariats -- one of which looked like it hurt Ross just as bad as it hurt Shark, as he switched arms for his offense afterwards.

Ross hit several big headbuts and used the leather strap to blister Shark’s back. The crowd cheered with every shot to the massive back of the big man. Ross hit a huge Earthquake Powerslam -- mostly with one arm -- that brought the crowd off their feet. This was the first time Shark had ever been slammed! Henry then touched all four corners, dragging Shark’s limp body with him as he did.

Ross Henry defeated Killer Shark in a Strap match in 13:56 when Ross Henry was the first to touch all the corners.




Main Event
Ten Man Elimination Tag
Sixty Minute Time Limit

The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services

The main event of the evening. The crowd was buzzing for this one. Bowen Services came out first, all together, and looked like a unit. They were all wearing matching tights -- black with gold trim. At the center was Spencer Spade with the North American Heavyweight Championship -- Cameron Vessey at his right hand, Ox Mastadon at his left. Aroma was next to Mastadon, Harper was next to Vessey. Bowen in front, leading her troops.

Their opponents were not so uniform, but they did looked motivated. They marched to the ring and things got off. This was an elimination match -- and the teams were working like it. Early in the match, Andrew Harper got caught with a Slingshot Suplex from Riley McManus and was sent to the back. The crowd roared as their team got the early advantage.

Riley tagged out to Ranger and Ox Mastadon came in. Ranger hit a huge big boot on Ox that staggered the big man -- it looked like it really caught him good. Ox tagged out to Cameron Vessey who went to work on Ranger and utilized some great tag team work, both with Aroma and with Spade -- he left Ox on the apron to recover from the big boot.

A Vessey Driver II sent Ranger to the back, but Matty Faith came in and let off a barrage of offense. A Leap of Faith caught Cameron Vessey flush and sent him packing. Faith tagged in Bulldozer Brandon -- who went up against Aroma. They exchanged hard shots. Lots of physicality, but Brandon missed a huge lariat and ate a Complex Chokeslam. KC Glenn came back into the match -- having been the person who started -- he let Aroma have it, but Aroma was just too big and another Complex Chokeslam sent the World Junior Heavyweight Champion to the back. Riley McManus came back in and Aroma quickly tagged out -- this time to Ox Mastadon.

Mastadon did not look like he was all there as he came into the ring, but he came in like he was coming to take Riley’s head off. Riley ducked and immediately hit Ox with a Slingshot Suplex that took him out. Ox was helped to the back by medical staff.

Matty Faith and Riley were left against Aroma and Spade. It was a very good back and forth tag match at this point -- with Spade finally getting involved in the match to hit Matty Faith with a Supreme Stunner and send him packing. This left Riley in a two on one situation. The Cornerstone took the challenge to heart and went right at his former bodyguard.

Aroma and Riley had a very physical fight for several minutes before Riley caught Aroma with a big Slingshot Suplex. Aroma had no sooner been pinned then Spade launched his attack. He went right after Riley -- this was the first time either man had been in the ring with one another in a singles contest and the crowd was on their feet. Spade went for a Supreme Stunner and it was blocked, Riley hit a Slingshot Suplex and secured the victory for his team -- having also eliminated four of the five opponents himself.

Matty Faith, Ranger, Riley McManus, KC Glenn and Bulldozer Brandon Smith defeated Bowen Services (Spencer Spade, Cameron Vessey, Ox Mastadon, Jeffery Aroma and Andrew Harper) in an Elimination match in 23:35; Andrew Harper was eliminated first, then Ranger, then Cameron Vessey, then Bulldozer Brandon Smith, then KC Glenn, then Ox Mastadon, then Matty Faith, then Jeffery Aroma, and finally Spencer Spade.


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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, February 2022.
Filmed at: The Oxford Arena [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 3,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .31 [235,380 viewers]
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 coming to you from The Oxford Arena in beautiful Denver, Colorado. We are directly on the heels of No Law or Order Seven -- which saw a blockbuster ten man tag. If you missed it, it will be airing again right after this show so we won’t spoil anything for you. Make sure you tune in next week to find out exactly what happened. Tonight, in a rematch of last month’s tag team match, The New Wave once again face off with The Boys from the Yukon. Last time, the New Wave won but the Boys from the Yukon left them laying. Will it be a different story tonight?

RDJ: I don’t think that the New Wave are going to get left laying tonight. I think tonight they get revenge.

DH: Heck, tonight, I don’t think they’re going to walk out.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
vs.
Chill versus The Architect

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Chill defeated The Architect in 8:06 by pinfall with a Snow Storm.




Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Southern Stars versus Deever Arnold and Giant Brody

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, The Southern Stars defeated Deever Arnold and Giant Brody in 9:47 when Animal Harker defeated Deever Arnold by pinfall with a Texas Meat-Grinder.






JA: With Wrestling Summit being like, a month away, I’ve got a goal. I want to be World’s Junior Heavyweight Champion ‘cause I believe that I’m like, the best Junior Heavyweight on the planet baybay. Now KC Glenn is a friend of mine and he’s a great wrestler, but I think I’m better. So next month, I want a chance. Me and him. One on one. Just for the World’s Junior Heavyweight belt. I think that’s fair. I think we’ll tear the house down, and I think I’ll leave as the new Junior Heavyweight Champion. And that would just be awesome.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Island Boy Apollo versus Clinton Westybrook

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Clinton Westybrook defeated Island Boy Apollo in 7:58 by pinfall with a Strong Slam.






JQ: All I want is what I’ve been denied my whole career. Fourteen years… One major Women’s Championship -- and Alicia Strong stole it from me. I want it back. I want another opportunity. I know I’ve got to earn it, and I plan on doing that. I believe in hardwork. I believe in proving myself. So I’m going to spend every week from now until I get an opportunity at the Women’s Championship proving myself worthy.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Ruth Macy

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Ruth Macy in 8:05 by pinfall with a Delorean 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 Boys From The Yukon defeated The New Wave in 13:19 when Whitehorse Whittaker defeated Guide by pinfall with a Tiiiiiiiiiiimber.

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


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[Sunday]

I had stood at the monitor. I could tell something was wrong with Ox. Tonight had already been a tough night. Ross had broken his arm in his match with Killer Shark. I saw it happen. Ross threw a lariat and just didn’t catch it right -- his forearm broke on impact. He’d be out about three months, that I was sure. I’d seen a lot of broken arms. Ross would be okay, it just sucked that it happened a month before Wrestling Summit. He would miss our big show. But Ox? Ox didn’t look good. I sent the signal for him to be as limited as possible.

When he came to the back, I could tell. Concussion. Hopefully not a bad one. Hopefully he’d be back quickly. At his age, a major concussion could derail the rest of his career. Could end his career. I was hoping it wouldn’t come to that. I was hoping, but the doctors would tell me I was wrong. Major concussion. Out for thirteen months. Thirteen months… Three months for Ross’ arm. That was not good. Not at all.

I sighed as I opened the door to the building. It had been a long night and an early morning. I had to figure out what we were going to do and quickly. Ross had been featured in heavily. Now he wouldn’t be available. This would change plans.

As I walked into the building, I noticed that I was not alone. Sitting on the training ring, staring directly at me, were Tommy and Edward Cornell. The Cousins dominating 21CW. Tommy, my old friend.



“Hello mate.” He said in his trademark drawl. “Been awhile.”

“It’s been seven years, Tommy.” I said as I looked around. “How’d you get in?”

“Marj.” He said. He’d always called her Marj. She’d always let him. She didn’t let most people, but she liked Tommy. He was hard not to like. He didn’t drink. Didn’t smoke. Didn’t do drugs. It wasn’t just a gimmick for Rough Justice.

“Alright. Why’d she let you in?” I wasn’t happy. Tommy had been a friend. A good friend. I had been his lieutenant. I had been happy. He sold his company -- and I understood why -- but then I barely heard from him. An email every now and then. A Christmas Card. But nothing substantial.

“Well mate. Eddie and I. We’re going into business for ourselves” Tommy said.

It stopped me in my tracks. “You’re doing what?”

“We’re gonna open up shot over in Scotland. Gonna try to give Jeff a run for his money.” Edward said like it was the most normal thing in the world.

“You can’t be serious. You tried promoting, Tommy. You hated it.”

“I did, you’re right.” He said with a contemplative nod. “But that was seven years ago. I was thirty-seven when I sold. I was twenty-seven when I bought the damn thing. I was bloody well too young. I’m older now. Wiser. I’ve got Edward coming in on it with me, plus a load of investors that are tired of seein’ Jeff dominate the landscape.”

I nodded my head. It made sense. It made a lot of sense. Tommy was a born promoter. He was a leader. A general. He couldn’t be in another person’s army. I’m surprised he lasted seven years.

“And what do you need from me?”

Edward looked at me. “We want in the GWC. We want to be your British reps. You’ve got UEW on the mainland. Let us represent the isles. “

I half-expected this when they told me they were opening up shop. It made sense. The GWC was doing well. We could provide a good alliance and a built in network of talent they could pull from. As founder and president of the organization, I could sway the others to trust them and let them in. It was a smart play. “I’ll talk to the guys. We’ll let you know.”

They nodded. They knew I couldn’t say yes right here.

What a day. Henry -- broken arm. Ox -- major concussion. And now Tommy and Edward going into business for themselves? Man. I need a drink already.

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  • No Law or Order has officially become rated as Above Average
  • David Stone defeating Cameron Vessey for the United States Championship on Slammasters is ranked as the best match in CWL history.
  • Alicia Strong versus Amber Allen from No Law or Order 7 is the best Women’s Match in company history
  • Ox Mastadon suffered a major concussion at No Law or Order 7 and will be out for 13 months
  • Ross Henry broke his arm in the match against Killer Shark and will be out for three months recovering.
  • Tommy Cornell and Edward Cornell have left 21CW and started ‘British Professional Wrestling.’ Tommy Cornell is acting as the promoter while his cousin Edward is acting as the booker. They are said to have a group of investors to help them challenge 21CW on the British isles. The Cornells and their British Professional Wrestling group have joined the Global Wrestling Coalition.
  • King Malietoa has entered rehab for drug use.
  • Brooke Tyler, daughter of Eric Tyler, and former two time NOTBPW Women’s Champion has signed with CWL. Brooke was employed for eight years by NOTBPW before not having her contracted renewed in May of 2021. She’s spent the past several months working the independent scene before CWL made the decision to add her to their deep pool of female talent.
  • Mitch Naess made the tough decision to close Youth Action. The company was based in Detroit and really struggled to find its footing. It was Mitch’s second attempt at running a professional wrestling organization.
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The man was purely accidental. It wasn't supposed to be in there! So my bad! haha. It doesn't fit his character or the way he talks at all.
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No Law or Order 7
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Clean sweep, baybay!

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  • No Law or Order has officially become rated as Above Average
  • David Stone defeating Cameron Vessey for the United States Championship on Slammasters is ranked as the best match in CWL history.
  • Alicia Strong versus Amber Allen from No Law or Order 7 is the best Women’s Match in company history
  • Ox Mastadon suffered a major concussion at No Law or Order 7 and will be out for 13 months
  • Ross Henry broke his arm in the match against Killer Shark and will be out for three months recovering.
  • Tommy Cornell and Edward Cornell have left 21CW and started ‘British Professional Wrestling.’ Tommy Cornell is acting as the promoter while his cousin Edward is acting as the booker. They are said to have a group of investors to help them challenge 21CW on the British isles. The Cornells and their British Professional Wrestling group have joined the Global Wrestling Coalition.
  • King Malietoa has entered rehab for drug use.
  • Brooke Tyler, daughter of Eric Tyler, and former two time NOTBPW Women’s Champion has signed with CWL. Brooke was employed for eight years by NOTBPW before not having her contracted renewed in May of 2021. She’s spent the past several months working the independent scene before CWL made the decision to add her to their deep pool of female talent.
  • Mitch Naess made the tough decision to close Youth Action. The company was based in Detroit and really struggled to find its footing. It was Mitch’s second attempt at running a professional wrestling organization.
Damn, those injuries are rough. Did the Cornell thing happen by itself, or did you decide to mix things up for a narrative?
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Damn, those injuries are rough. Did the Cornell thing happen by itself, or did you decide to mix things up for a narrative?
It actually happened by itself -- the formation of the company with Tommy and Edward. They didn't start as a GWC member, but I invited them as soon as I could and got them in. Technically, it happened later in March than the beginning (because Tommy started the company and it took a little bit for Edward to be named booker). I decided to make it fit narratively and have it at the end of February/beginning of March.

I *did* take over once Edward became the booker so that I could create and name their championships because I *hate* the default names for belts the game gives [things like Nationwide and Universal and the like] -- so I took them over to give them the belts that the ultra-talented willr0ck designed -- and a Women's belt [because I did give them a Women's Division to give the World Women's Title another promotion to work in, since PGHW and APW do not feature women at all and neither does UEW. I wanted to give another women's division for the organization.

And the injuries were heartbreaking. Particularly the concussion. I've been pretty fortunate to only have minor injuries that kept people out a month or two, this was my first big major injury and to happen to Ox was really sad.
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I sat behind my desk. It was Monday morning. Yesterday had been a long day. I had been on the phone with the various members of the Global Wrestling Council to convince them why they should allow Tommy and Edward’s ‘British Professional Wrestling’ into the club. Axxis and James were the easiest to convince. Both saw the benefits of having a company located in the UK, both thought Tommy and Edward were good names to have associated with the brand. Jeremy and Victoria trusted me so they went with it, though Jeremy and Tommy have never really gotten along, not that they know each other particularly well. They never worked in the same company. As far as I knew, they had only met each other a few times over the years. I remember being with Tommy when he had a cursory conversation with the Stone Family about aligning TCW with North of the Border. That was in 2012 right after I retired and conversations went nowhere. Jeremy’s biggest reservations were the fact that Tommy had sold TCW. He didn’t trust that Tommy would stick with BPW for the long haul. I had to convince him -- and probably myself -- that Tommy was in it for real. He wasn’t a young man anymore. Comfortably in his mid forties, Tommy had a lot of life left in front of him but not a lot of years in the ring. He wanted to do something to continue to add to his legacy. I understood that and I was able to get Jeremy and by proxy his sister onboard.

Alix was not easy to convince. He had pipe dreams of expanding UEW into England one day and didn’t want to lose the isles. I had to convince him that it was better to get a firm grip on the mainland anyway -- because Byron and Albert were still strong. He listened to reason, thankfully. Yoshimi though. Yoshimi was a different kind of cat. He had been appointed the new CEO of PGHW late last year after the ownership group decided that Nobuatsu Tatsuko was not getting the job done. He had long run as CEO, but had been losing ground to WLW near the end of his tenure. Yoshimi, the long time ace had taken his place. Yoshimi also made himself head booker, deciding that he was really the man to call all of the shots.

Yoshimi was still bitter over a botched deal. Most people don’t know that in 2001, Yoshimi almost left PGHW to come to TCW. Tommy wasn’t the owner yet, he was just a featured player on the roster still somewhat in the shadows of Sam Strong and Rip Chord. Tommy had JK’s ear though and rumor had it that he blocked the signing of Yoshimi. While it probably worked out better for the Ace of Pride and Glory, it also cost Yoshimi a lot of money in the short term and he still harbored a grudge twenty-one years later over a rumor. It probably did not help that Tommy had never tried to align with PGHW when he was calling the shots for TCW. PGHW almost went under a few times because of Burning Hammer and maybe Yoshimi had thought that Tommy could have helped. I don’t know. I’m not in Yoshimi’s head. I just know that he was next to impossible to convince. It took me several hours to convince Yoshimi and show him the benefits of aligning with Tommy and Edward. They were both very popular in the UK. Tommy was immensely popular in North America. They were well spoken. They could do press. They could bring new eyeballs. They could both work.

Eventually, he relented and agreed. We had everyone on deck. I let Tommy and Edward know. They would be allowed in. British Professional Wrestling was coming into the fold. We now had the oldest lucha libre, and oldest wrestling promotion in the world. We had the last vestige of pure puroesu, classic European wrestling, classic American, pure Canadian, Australian and now British wrestling. We were represented in every region. The Global Wrestling Council was complete. All of the pieces were there.

I took a deep drink from my coffee and leaned back against the overstuffed chair. There was still a lot to do. It was March. We had Wrestling Summit at the end of the month. The Oxford Invitational was next month. So much to do, but right now -- I was going to drink this coffee.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, March 2022.
Filmed at: Sunrise Sunset[Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .39 [295,740 viewers]
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 coming to you from Sunrise Sunset in beautiful Hawaii in front of a sold out crowd of two thousand screaming professional wrestling fans. Last week, we presented the seventh annual No Law or Order event and what an event it was. Alicia Strong successfully retained her Women’s Championship by defeating Amber Allen in a thrilling match, the Diaz Family became World Six Man Champions, Ross Henry defeated Killer Shark in a strap match -- and broke his arm in the process -- and Riley McManus was the most valuable wrestler for his team when he eliminated four members of Bowen’s Service and was the sole survivor on his team.

RDJ: It was a great night of professional wrestling, just like tonight is going to be. I can’t wait to see what is in store.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Emma Bitch

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Emma Bitch in 8:42 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.






KC: Last week, James Adams said he wants an opportunity to go one on one with me at Wrestling Summit. An opportunity to challenge for the World’s Junior Heavyweight Championship. I am a fighting champion. I’ve wrestled all over the world and defended this championship in every member of the GWC so far. I never back down from a challenge and I think James Adams is a sensational wrestler and I would be honored to give him an opportunity at my championship. James, I will see you at Wrestling Summit.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Jaime Quine versus Isabeau Grenier

In a bout that had decent wrestling but non-existent crowd heat, Jaime Quine defeated Isabeau Grenier in 6:14 by pinfall with a K.O. Kick.






Hailey Hunter comes out to the ring.

HH: I’m out here to give Riley McManus an opportunity. I could have done this in the back, but I wanted to make sure to do this in front of all of you so you could witness it. Riley… Please come out here.

Riley McManus comes to the ring.

HH: You were sensational at No Law or Order. You won the match for your team -- and because you won -- I’m going to let you pick your own match at Wrestling Summit. What do you want?

RM: I want Jeffery Aroma… I want him in a dog collar match. He and I are going to settle this thing once and for all!

HH: You want it… You got it!




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


The Brisbane Devil versus “The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone ©

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, David Stone defeated The Brisbane Devil in 12:53 by pinfall. David Stone makes defence number 2 of his CWL United States title.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Chill versus Raheem Stash

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Chill defeated Raheem Stash in 6:37 by pinfall with a Snow Storm.




MR: Standing by backstage, we have Matty Faith.



MF: Spencer… My team defeated yours at Wrestling Summit. We reigned, for lack of a better word, supreme. With Riley choosing to wrestle Jeffery Aroma, I was told that I get a rematch with you. A chance, once again, to be North American Heavyweight Champion. At the Sixth Anniversary, you stole a victory from me. You will not be so lucky at Wrestling Summit. I will be North American Heavyweight Champion… You can have faith in that.




Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus Clinton Westybrook

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Bulldozer Brandon Smith defeated Clinton Westybrook in 8:45 by pinfall with a Tombstone Piledriver.


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