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Couldn't help but smile with John Silver and Ryan Steel. Ryan's render looks original, but I'm guessing Silver's is a Zeus Maximillion one or something?

Also, that Fat Cats promo about declaring war on the Stone family makes me thing the big inbound star you teased might be "The 24 hour party animal" Edd Stone.

I like to think of Slick as being in kind of an Axl Rotten situation, solid brawler who just found himself in a small hardcore promotion and has to play the part.

Main Event: The Mission vs. Spade & Campbell w/ Bowen
If Ranger's back, the Mission needs to build some momentum. This can also set up singles matches for Ash
No DQ, North American Tag Team Championship: Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G vs. The Keith Brothers (c)
No DQ favors the hardcore veterans, plus interference from G and maybe Slick. Gangsta Nation have been six man champions, now Slick won singles gold, time to complete the collection
United States Championship: "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith vs. Cali Slick (c) w/ Brother G
Slick ain't losing his first defense. This will be a hard hitting contest
North American Women's Championship: Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)
I like Jade, but she's probably a level below Quine
Singles Match: Ross Henry vs. Cameron Vessey
Henry's back and losing this would kill his momentum
Singles Match: Raymond Diaz vs. Tadiyuki Kikkawa
Biased, because I hate Kikkawa, but Diaz is also who US fans want to see here win
Six Man Tag Match: Homegrown & Danny Puder vs. The Fallen
Torment needs to look legit. If he can learn to wrestle, he could be a great replacement for Hell's Bouncer/Evil Dead
Tag Team Match: The Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Devil's Rejects
Rejects won the last match
Tag Team Match: The Stones vs. The Fat Cats
Fat Cats pin the declining Dan Stone Jr, then attempt a post match beatdown but Edd Stone debuts for the save. You read it first here, folks!
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I've been following along for a little bit, great stuff! This is my first prediction.
Welcome aboard. I've been trying to catch up on your El Paso diary, so hopefully I can get involved in some predictions too.
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Couldn't help but smile with John Silver and Ryan Steel. Ryan's render looks original, but I'm guessing Silver's is a Zeus Maximillion one or something?

Also, that Fat Cats promo about declaring war on the Stone family makes me thing the big inbound star you teased might be "The 24 hour party animal" Edd Stone.

I like to think of Slick as being in kind of an Axl Rotten situation, solid brawler who just found himself in a small hardcore promotion and has to play the part.
Slick as Axl Rotten . How dare you! [I hate the Rottens, in fairness].

Silver is a Zeus Maximillion one, how could I not go with the best Greek wrestler in the CVerse! Steel is technically a Barry Griffin regen and that is a Barry Griffin alt picture that I really like 'cause it makes him look very blue collar.
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Awesome stuff going on CWL! The Fat Cats and Stone family is epic, same with Spencer and Ash teaming up! Love all the guys you featured in TGL especially Precious Metal who may be the coolest sounding team ever lol.

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Main Event: The Mission vs. Spade & Campbell w/ Bowen
Definitely see some kind of shenanigans to this ending.
No DQ, North American Tag Team Championship: Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G vs. The Keith Brothers (c)
I just don't think Gangsta Nation is good enough to hold the tag team titles in such a stacked division, maybe as transitional champs though
United States Championship: "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith vs. Cali Slick (c) w/ Brother G
I don't see Cali Slick losing it so quickly, maybe Brother G helps him keep the title a little longer.
North American Women's Championship: Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)
New champ so I don't see her losing it any time soon. Plus she is really good and will put on great matches with a lot of people
Singles Match: Ross Henry vs. Cameron Vessey
While both kind of need the win, I really think Cameron will cheat to victory to extend the feud longer and protect Ross from a clean loss.
Singles Match: Raymond Diaz vs. Tadiyuki Kikkawa
The only reason I think Raymond will win is because he has pop in the USA, and I am not sure Tadiyuki has any or much.
Six Man Tag Match: Homegrown & Danny Puder vs. The Fallen
Fresh feud and the Fallen will win the first matchup.
Tag Team Match: The Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Devil's rejects
They are my favorite so I can't vote against them, even though my boy KC is on the other team.
Tag Team Match: The Stones vs. The Fat Cats
The Stones will win the match but the Fat Cats will get the last laugh after the match
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Main Event: The Mission vs. Spade & Campbell w/ Bowen
No DQ, North American Tag Team Championship: Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G vs. The Keith Brothers (c)
United States Championship: "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith vs. Cali Slick (c) w/ Brother G
North American Women's Championship: Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)
Singles Match: Ross Henry vs. Cameron Vessey
Singles Match: Raymond Diaz vs. Tadiyuki Kikkawa
Six Man Tag Match: Homegrown & Danny Puder vs. The Fallen
Tag Team Match: The Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Devil's rejects
Tag Team Match: The Stones vs. The Fat Cats
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Main Event: The Mission vs. Spade & Campbell w/ Bowen
No DQ, North American Tag Team Championship: Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G vs. The Keith Brothers (c)
United States Championship: "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith vs. Cali Slick (c) w/ Brother G
North American Women's Championship: Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)
Singles Match: Ross Henry vs. Cameron Vessey
Singles Match: Raymond Diaz vs. Tadiyuki Kikkawa
Six Man Tag Match: Homegrown & Danny Puder vs. The Fallen
Tag Team Match: The Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Devil's rejects
Tag Team Match: The Stones vs. The Fat Cats

I like the development overview being from Joel's POV. Makes sense and gives some depth to Joel, don't want to forget about him! Some potentially good guys you looked at.
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Main Event: The Mission vs. Spade & Campbell w/ Bowen
Going with the experienced tag team
No DQ, North American Tag Team Championship: Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G vs. The Keith Brothers (c)
The style favors the challengers, but the champs are just better

United States Championship: "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith vs. Cali Slick (c) w/ Brother G
Did not see, think or predict that Cali Slick would defeat Stone. Now that he has I don’t see a long reign Smith is probably on decline now so he gets a win over a name

North American Women's Championship: Tiffany Jade vs. Jaime Quine (c)
Been in Jamie’s corner since she arrived, no reason to change that now

Singles Match: Ross Henry vs. Cameron Vessey
Could be an interesting feud, but the money match sooner or later is Spade vs Ross

Singles Match: Raymond Diaz vs. Tadiyuki Kikkawa
No one is picking the Japanese legend, so I’ll go against the grain

Six Man Tag Match: Homegrown & Danny Puder vs. The Fallen
Just haven’t seen enough out of Danny Puder to go with them, plus the Fallen is back to 3 monster members


Tag Team Match: The Georgia Bulldogs vs. The Devil's rejects
Enough playing for Riley and KC, they win the series

Tag Team Match: The Stones vs. The Fat Cats
Sadly Dad is the weak link and takes the loss.
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SUMMER SPECTACULAR '22
Saturday Week 4, May 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: .53 [398,340 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Duke Hazard



MR: Hello and welcome to the seventh annual Summer Spectacular! Once again we are live at the historic Lowe Ballroom and I am joined in the broadcast booth by my broadcast partners, the legendary Ricky Dale Johnson and the Marshall, Duke Hazard! Last month, Ash Campbell surprised the wrestling world when he showed up and helped Spencer Spade regain the North American Heavyweight Championship. This has led to a major tag team main event when The Mission team up to do battle with Spencer Spade and Ash Campbell. Ross Henry makes his return to in ring action to do battle with Cameron Vessey and so much more. This should be a great night.

RDJ: I couldn’t sleep last night I was so excited for this event. Grudge matches. Tag Team battles. And the legendary Tadiyuki Kikkawa makes his first appearance in the United States in his legendary career to do battle with the equally legendary Raymond Diaz. This is a pureuso super fan’s dream.

MR: I never took you for a pureuso super fan.

RDJ: You kidding me? It’s a little known fact that I love Japanese professional wrestling. I was never able to do a big tour in Japan in my prime, but I wanted to. I wanted to be one of those gaijin that was legendary over there -- but I always had full time, demanding jobs in the States, but I’ve seen ever Elite Series in history and I almost had a match with Tadiyuki Kikkawa back when he was running INSPIRE -- but the TCW management and INSPIRE could not agree on financial terms.

MR: I’ve never heard that story before.

DH: Save the gossip for tea, ladies. We’re here to see some fights! I know I can’t wait for the action to get started.



Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Dan & David Stone versus The Fat Cats

For the first time ever, father Dan and son David were teaming up. Their opponents? Former World Tag Team Champions, The Fat Cats. David did most of the work for his team in this match up. His father is forty-nine years old and has wrestled one match and the last near decade -- and that was last month against him. Despite being in great shape, forty-nine is still forty-nine and one match in a near decade is one match in a near decade.

It was a solid match, The Fat Cats worked hard to make Dan Stone Jr. look good on his bursts in the ring. Dan managed to hit Monty Trescarde with a German Suplex and kept the bridge for the victory.

Dan Stone Jr and David Stone defeated The Fat Cats in 9:16 when Dan Stone Jr defeated Monty Trescarde by pinfall.

Dan Stone Jr was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.


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Father and son hug in the ring. A successful victory for the duo. A feel good moment… Until Paul Huntingdon, Carl DiBiase, and Monty Trescarde make the decision to ruin said good moment by beating down the father and son duo -- including hitting a spike piledriver on Dan Stone Jr.

Special Attraction
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute time Limit

“The Monster” Raymond Diaz versus Tadiyuki Kikkawa

This was a highly anticipated match for fans of Puroresu. It was a hard hitting, but ultimately underwhelming contest. At forty-nine, Kikkawa is a shell of the dominant heavyweight wrestler he was for three decades. He still hit hard, but he did possess the explosive power that had made him the most revered heavyweight the world over. Raymond, while not nearly as far into decline as Kikkawa -- Diaz has been virtually indestructible his whole career -- is still forty-five and and a twenty-seven year pro with most of that time coming in Japan. After almost eleven minutes of slow, physical action, Raymond hit a Ray Gun on Tadiyuki Kikkawa and got the pinfall victory.

Raymond Diaz defeated Tadiyuki Kikkawa in 10:46 by pinfall with a Ray Gun.




Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Georgia Bulldogs versus The Devil’s Rejects w/ February Malaise

The sequel to last month’s battle. The two teams put on another sensational match up. Another pure Southern-style tag team match. KC again took a fantastic beating from the Rejects, who kept him trapped in their half of the ring. Punishing strikes, a couple of big backbreakers and a double spinebuster that almost got a three count. KC was able to contort his face to show the agony. KC made the big tag to Riley who came in and cleaned house. The crowd came alive as the Cornerstone took the offense to Johnny and Keith. Johnny and Keith moved around the ring for Riley like they were junior heavyweights -- which was extra impressive from the big superheavyweight Keith Holly. Riley made a tag to KC and then dumped Keith Holly out of the ring with a big clothesline that took both out. KC Glenn delivered a picture-perfect Tune Up the Sunshine Band that landed flush on the jaw of Johnny Anderson. KC collapsed on Johnny Anderson.

IGeorgia Bulldogs defeated The Devil's Rejects in 13:52 when KC Glenn defeated Johnny Anderson by pinfall with a Tune Up The Sunshine Band.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit


“Bulldozer” Brandon Smith versus Cali Slick © w/ Brother G

This was an ultra physical match up. The master of American Strong Style, “Bulldozer” Brandon Smith against Brother G’s Crown Jewel, Cali Slick. They beat the holy hell out of one another. Two big men who would not back down from one another. Two men who just wanted to inflict punishment. Brandon Smith hit a headbut on Cali Slick that looked like it knocked both men loopy. Cali Slick hit a right hand on Brandon Smith that might have broken his own hand. Brandon Smith hit the Backdrop Driver but Cali Slick barely managed to kick out before three. Brandon Smith pulled up Cali Slick. Cali, in full view of the referee, drove his foot mule kick style into the groin of Brandon Smith. This caused an immediate disqualification. Cali than threw several right hands at Brandon’s face before backing off and grabbing his United States Championship.

Bulldozer Brandon Smith defeated Cali Slick in 11:40 when Cali Slick intentionally got disqualified.




Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
No Disqualification


Gangsta Nation w/ Brother G versus The Keith Brothers ©

The second championship match for Brother G’s goons -- Cali Slick managed to hold on to the United States Championship and now Ali and Muvva were going for the Tag Team Championship. This was another very physical match that really electrified the crowd. The Keith Brothers continued to show the excellent tag team work that comes with being twins and Ali and Muvva showed their penchant for violence and its ability to blend effortlessly into the physical, old-school product of CWL. Ali came out with a steel garbage can loaded with weapons that they used to perfection. Kendo Sticks, a mop, the garbage can itself. It was something different for the crowd and they ate it up. Muvva hit a big Tornado DDT off the ring apron onto the trash can on the ring apron. In the ring, Sayeed Ali hit Matthew with a kendo stick in the abdomen and then hit him with a kendo-stick assisted G.B.H. Driver.

Hustle Muvva and Sayeed Ali defeated The Keith Brothers in a No Disqualification match in 14:38 when Sayeed Ali defeated Matthew Keith by pinfall with a G.B.H. Driver. Hustle Muvva and Sayeed Ali win the CWL North American Tag Team titles.


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JQ: Last month, I reclaimed what was mine. I showed the world that if you work hard, believe in yourself, and never give up you can accomplish anything -- and I did. I beat the unbeatable Alicia Strong and I became North American Women’s Champion! Tonight, my journey to being the most respected Women’s Champion in history begins. Tiffany Jade, you are an incredible athlete and wrestler, but tonight… Tonight I have to be better than you!

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit


Tiffany Jade versus Jaime Quine ©

The North American Women’s Champion matches continue the streak of tearing the house down with a hotly contested match between Jade and Quine. The two women held nothing back and went back and forth for just over eleven minutes. There were several times that it looked like Tiffany Jade was going to put Jaime away, but in the end, a K.O. Kick from Jaime got her her first title defense.

Jaime Quine defeated Tiffany Jade in 11:11 by pinfall with a K.O. Kick. Jaime Quine makes defence number 1 of her CWL North American Women's title.




Six Man Tag Team Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit

Homegrown & Danny Puder versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

This was a very vicious match. This was Torment’s first match with The Fallen. He came to prove a point and he brought it to his three opponents. It was a physical match. Hard hitting. Six big, bulky guys that really just took it to one another.

Several times the match broke down with all six men fighting in the ring, but in the end it was Torment hitting a Big Bite on Danny Puder to secure the victory for his team.

The Fallen (Scythe, Hellion and Torment) defeated Danny Puder and Homegrown in 11:54 when Torment defeated Danny Puder by pinfall with a Big Bite.

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




Singles Match
Twenty Five Minute Time Limit

Ross Henry versus Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

Ross Henry’s first match back in three months after breaking his arm. This was a very good match, the crowd was very excited to see Ross Henry and Cameron Vessey continued to show why he might be the backbone of the CWL roster -- another sensational performance from him in a match that allowed Ross Henry to shine -- but also look vulnerable as a guy coming back from injury. Vessey went after the previously injured arm and Henry sold it beautiful. After fifteen minutes, Ross hit the Earthquake Powerslam for the victory.

Ross Henry defeated Cameron Vessey in 15:19 by pinfall with an Earthquake Powerslam.


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Just as Ross Henry is standing up from the Earthquake Powerslam, The Headhunter, Jeffery Aroma hits the ring and blindsides him Aroma pummels Henry with several heavy strikes. Vessey slowly gets to his feet and joins in. Aroma holds Henry in a full nelson so Vessey can come off the second rope with a knee right to the unprotected skull of Ross Henry.

The crowd explodes with a mixture of cheers and boos when….



PRIMUS ALLEN hits the ring. On the outside, Lisa Bowen is all smiles to see the Evolution, former two-time North American Heavyweight Champion and one of the most dominant competitors in CWL history. Allen smiles at her, before clotheslining both Aroma and Vessey. Bowen looks shocked as Allen dismantles her two charges in the ring. Henry clambers back to his feet while Aroma and Vessey powder out.

Main Event
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

The Mission versus “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade & “The Undoing” Ash Campbell w/ Lisa Bowen

The main event did not disappoint -- despite an obvious lack of tag team chemistry between Spencer Spade and Ash Campbell. Both of them are excellent individual wrestlers and they were able to overcome their lack of tag team chemistry to give a great fight to multiple time tag team champions, The Mission. Ranger, in particular, was on a mission. He really shone in this match.

It was a slow back and forth contest that built up to Ranger hitting Ash Campbell with a big boot and then hitting Spencer Spade with a Global Meltdown to secure the victory for his duo.

The Mission defeated Spencer Spade and Ash Campbell in 23:04 when Ranger defeated Spencer Spade by pinfall with a Global Meltdown.


Overall



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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, June 2022.
Filmed at: The Oxford Arena [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 3,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .39 [296,610 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! We hope you caught tonight’s Summer Spectacular, but if you didn’t it will air again immediately at the conclusion of Saturday Night’s Slammasters -- so we won’t spoil anything for you here. Tonight we have a big eight women’s tag team match, plus the Diaz Cousins in tag team action in our main event. You do not want to miss tonight’s action.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute time Limit

Dillion Wiuff versus Clinton Westybrook

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Clinton Westybrook defeated Dillon Wiuff in 9:08 by pinfall.




Eight Woman Tag Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen, Foxxy Larue, & Tex-Mex versus Hellcat Hernandez, Missy Masteron, & The Uprising

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Amber Allen, Foxxy LaRue and Tex-Mex defeated Hellcat Hernandez, Missy Masterson and The Uprising in 10:17 when Amber Allen defeated Hellcat Hernandez by pinfall with a Northern Lights Suplex.




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Jeffery Aroma cuts a backstage promo.
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Leon Pena versus Whitehorse Whittaker

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Leon Pena defeated Whitehorse Whittaker in 10:26 by pinfall with an Easy Palm Strike.




Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

The Diaz Cousins versus The Heartbreak Express

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, The Diaz Cousins defeated The Heartbreak Express in 15:31 when James Diaz defeated Ralph Liotta by pinfall with an Asian Thumb Spike.


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Hell yeah, 7/9 on my first predictions for Summer Spectacular.
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Hell yeah, 7/9 on my first predictions for Summer Spectacular.
Great first showing!
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I sat in my office on Monday morning. It was the beginning of July. We had just held our seventh annual Summer Spectacular to rave reviews -- it really delivered across the board. The only sub-standard match was the legends match between Kikkawa and Diaz -- but still fans forgave that because Kikkawa was almost fifty and they knew he didn’t have what he had before. Dan worked his second of three matches for us. When he asked me if I could use him, I told him I didn’t just want a one off, but could he work an angle to help get some guys over and he agreed. He’d work through Independence and then he’d go back into retirement. While he wasn’t the wrestler he once was, the guys really enjoyed being around him. He was a great teacher in the locker room, plus with him here he was helping Sean and Victoria work through the marital problems that caused them to separate but never divorce. Maybe there was hope for them to work on those problems and reconcile?


Across the desk from me, Scott and William sat anxiously. They weren’t used to getting called into my office. I wasn’t used to having them in my office. I look at them and tried to smile.

“Thank you guys for coming in today.” I said as genuine as I could.

“Of course.” Scott said in his heavy Texas drawl. “What’s up?”

I glanced down at the papers in front of me and then back at them. “I’m letting you go” I said straightforward.

“You’re what?” Scott said slacked-jawed.

I nodded my head for emphasis. “I’m letting you guys go.”

“Why?” William asked in that low Tennessee blues voice. “We’ve been good employees. Model employees even.”

“You have.” I said -- and I meant it. They had been good employees. For almost a year and a half they had worked for me. They’d been consistent, put on good matches, not created any problems in the locker room. “But I have to make some changes. I’ve got guys down in Texas that I want to bring up and I have to create room on the roster.”

“So we’re getting cut to let unproven talent come up.” Scott said derisively.

“You’re getting cut to create space. You’re not figured in to the tag title picture. You’re not figured in to any major storylines and I don’t want to have you on TV and beat you into powder. If I let you guys go, you can get work someplace else and not have your name value ruined.”

“Whatever. Do we need to sign something.” Scott said. William just look stunned. I felt bad for them, I did. I did not like cutting people. It wasn’t easy. You were telling people that they were losing a steady paycheck, but this was a business. Sometimes it had to be done.

“Yes.” I said as I slid the release papers across the table to them. Scott took the pen on the desk and signed it immediately. He got up and walked out. He was pissed. I understood. I couldn’t hold it against him. William sat there for a long moment.

“I think you’re making a bad decision.” He said in a low voice.

“I know you do. But, it’s my decision to make.”

He nodded. He was resigned to his fate. He signed the paper and left.
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  • Summer Spectacular has been rated as ‘Above Average’ in importance.
  • Sam Strong has passed away. He was 76 years old.
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Wrestler of the Year so Far, El Leon [SOTBPW]
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Company of the Year so Far, SOTBPW
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Team of the Year so Far, El Leon & Valiant [SOTBPW]
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Match of the Year so Far, Valiant, Champagne Lover & Pharoah versus Zonk, Sombra, & Rudo [SOTBPW]
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Show of the Year so Far, SOTBPW Campeones
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Young Wrestler of the Year so Far, Sadatake Tamura [WLW]
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Veteran Wrestler of the Year so Far, Tommy Cornel [BPW]
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Female Wrestler of the Year so Far, Sara Marie York [USPW]
  • According to TotalExtremeWrestling.com Independent Wrestler of the Year so Far, Azumamaro Kita
  • The Boys From The Yukon & The Southern Stars have been released from their CWL contracts. This was said to be to free up space for potential developmental workers.
  • Davis Wayne Newton defeated The Force to become USPW World Champion.
  • Dragon Kingdom Pro Wrestling, which hopes to rival Pride Glory Honor Wrestling has opened in Japan. They hope to fill the void created by the collapse of GCG, BCG, and BHOTWG.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, July 2022.
Filmed at: Sunrise Sunset [Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .38 [289,740 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 beautiful Sunrise Sunset in Hawaii -- one of our favorite buildings to run in the CWL. At Summer Spectacular, The Mission defeated Ash Campbell and Spencer Spade in the main event when Ranger pinned the North American Heavyweight Champion -- that makes me think Ranger could be in line for a title shot, what do you think Ricky?

RDJ: I think he absolutely should be. If you pin the champion, you should get a title shot. Period.

DH: As much as I hate to agree with Ricky, I have to agree.

MR: And who can forget the shock return of Primus Allen to CWL? Not only did he return, he helped Ross Henry against Lisa Bowen -- Primus' former manager!

DH: You can be sure there will be hell to pay for Primus Allen for turning on Lisa!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Jimmy Stratosphere versus “The Man Without Fear” Sonny Wildside

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Sonny Wildside defeated Jimmy Stratosphere in 7:07 by pinfall with a Fear Factor.


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DS: Money Talks… Again, again you all attacked my father and I -- this time after we beat two of your own. You jumped us from behind and you hit my father with a spiked piledriver. You sent him to the hospital because of the damage you did on his neck. You sent my father -- a man who has been nothing but the consummate professional wrestler his entire life -- to the hospital with a cheap attack. I can’t stand idly by and let that go unpunished, so I made a phone call. I called up North to where I grew up and I asked someone very special to me to come here...to stand by my side and help me defend my family legacy… I called my little brother, my little brother who has never wrestled a professional match. My little brother who was trained by my father, who wanted to follow in the family footsteps so bad and now he is here. Let me introduce you to my baby brother.



DS: Dan Stone III. Little Danny.

DSIII: Money Talks, you put hands on my father. Now I’m going to put hands on you.

DS: It’s a family affair now.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

“High Flyin’ Hawaiian” James Adams versus Larry McFly

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, James Adams defeated Larry McFly in 7:34 by pinfall with a Pacific Crush.


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BG: What did I tell y’all? I told y’all that Gangsta Nation was the real deal -- and now we all got gold. My main man Cali Slick, been down with me since day one, he’s the United States Champion -- and he deserves to be. Brandon Smith found out the hard way that Cali ain’t gonna give that belt up no way, no how. Muvva and Ali? They the tag champs now. We the shotcallers now. We the high rollers now. CWL can’t get rid of us now, ‘cause we on top. We on top ‘cause we stayed true. We didn’t sell out. We kept it violent. We kept it extreme. We kept it...gangsta… And we gonna be on top for a long, long time.

Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Missy Masterson

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Missy Masterson in 9:33 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.
--- Lucy Stone-McFly had a strong connection with the young female demographic who really liked her winning.


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Lucy has her arms in the air when Wilma Croft rolls into the ring. She’s wearing a ‘Money Talks’ t-shirt. She blasts Lucy in the back of the head with a superkick and then picks her up and hits her with a huge headbut that drops the former North American Women’s Champion.

Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

The Cummos versus Bowen Services w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Cameron Vessey and Jeffery Aroma defeated The Cummos in 11:29 when Cameron Vessey defeated Luis Cummo by pinfall with a Vessey Driver II.

Cameron Vessey carried the match in terms of in-ring performance.


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Author's Note: Dan Stone III is a Dan Stone Sr. regen that I made the narrative decision to make another member of the Stone Family. In my eyes, the Stone Family should keep pumping out people into the wrestling business and it fit to have the Dan Stone Sr. regen become Dan Stone III!

Also! What are your thoughts on Summer Spectacular? The arrival of DSIII? The return of Primus Allen? Let me know!
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