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Unread 04-14-2019, 09:05 PM
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Night One

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Last Man Standing
United States Championship
Cali Slick w/ Brother G versus "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith (c)

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
World Women's Championship
Alicia Strong w/ Lisa Bowen versus Zoe Ammis (c)

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Homegrown versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

Also Featuring: Eight First Round Match Ups in the Gold Rush Tournament!
Stone beats Aztec Prince
Diaz beats Aroma
Greg Keith beats Gold
Torment beats Adams
Cornell beats Malloy
Vessey beats Beauchamp
Matt Keith beats Scorpio
Huntingdon beats Jimbo

Night Two

Co Main Event
Triple Threat Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Evolution" Primus Allen versus Ross Henry versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The Georgia Bulldogs versus The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
James & Raymond Diaz versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
"Self-Made" Missy Masterson versus Jaime Quine (c)

Also Featuring: The Second, Third, and Finals of the Gold Rush Tournament!
Diaz beats Stone
Greg Keith beats Torment
Vessey beats Cornell
Huntingdon beats Matt Keith

Diaz beats Greg Keith
Huntingdon beats Cornell

Huntingdon over Diaz...

-Money Talks... and the dream ends.
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The first round seems pretty straight forward but I am taking Aroma to get into at least the Quarterfinals. But I have to ask, why isn't Ash Campbell a competitor in this thing? He deserves a spot in it after taking out Matty Faith.
That's a great question. Truthfully, it's because I've had most of this tournament booked since before Ash became available and joined -- and I've known who the winner was going to be since March. If Ash had been in the tournament, he would have had to do a job and I didn't want him to job right after beating Matty, even in a tournament.
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That's a great question. Truthfully, it's because I've had most of this tournament booked since before Ash became available and joined -- and I've known who the winner was going to be since March. If Ash had been in the tournament, he would have had to do a job and I didn't want him to job right after beating Matty, even in a tournament.
Interesting.....I’m not going to change my pick but that makes wonder who has had the booker’s eye for 5 months.

I understand the reasoning on Campbell and that’s why these type of tournaments can be so hard, but the fans love them
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Night One

Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Last Man Standing
United States Championship
Cali Slick w/ Brother G versus "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith (c)
I think Cali gets the belt back here. I'm disappointed it won't be in a Scaffold though.

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
World Women's Championship
Alicia Strong w/ Lisa Bowen versus Zoe Ammis (c)
This seems tailor made for Alicia to get the belt.

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Homegrown versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim
Someone else said it, but man what happened to Homegrown's momentum? I'm hoping they can rebound after this feud into something. Maybe either singles runs for each or a chance at the tag belts.

Also Featuring: Eight First Round Match Ups in the Gold Rush Tournament!
Stone beats Aztec Prince
Aroma beats Diaz with help!
Greg Keith beats Gold
Torment beats Adams
Cornell beats Malloy
Vessey beats Beauchamp
Matt Keith beats Scorpio
Jimbo beats Huntingdon
-- I'm calling two major upsets in the first round. I could be way wrong, but with your narrative about Paul complaining, I could seem him losing here in the first round.

Night Two

Co Main Event
Triple Threat Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
North American Heavyweight Championship
"The Evolution" Primus Allen versus Ross Henry versus "The Supreme Star" Spencer Spade (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Seems like it is set up for Spencer to lose without getting pinned.

Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The Georgia Bulldogs versus The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Tag Team Championship
James & Raymond Diaz versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
"Self-Made" Missy Masterson versus Jaime Quine (c)

Also Featuring: The Second, Third, and Finals of the Gold Rush Tournament!
Stone beats Aroma
Torment beats Keith
Cornell beats Vessey
Keith beats Jimbo

Torment beats Stone
Keith beats Cornell

Keith beats Torment.
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Night One
Friday Week 4, August 2022
Live at The Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV, Hawaii 50
In Attendance: 8,042
Rating: .64 [481,520 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to the seventh annual Gold Rush. I’m Michael Riggs and I’m joined in the broadcast booth by the legendary Ricky Dale Johnson and Jasmine Saunders. We are coming to you live from the Theatre of Dreams. Tonight begins the most well-regarded tournament in all of North American professional wrestling. Sixteen men are all vying for the opportunity to raise the Gold Rush Trophy high above their heads. In addition, the North American Heavyweight Champion will be put on the line, the United States Championship, the North American Tag and North American Women’s. It is going to be an epic two nights of professional wrestling. Jasmine, this is your first Gold Rush, what are you most looking forward to?

JS: I’d have to say I’m looking forward to playing the numbers game. I’m a wrestling fan first and foremost, but I’m a statistician second. I filled out my bracket before tonight and I want to know if I’m right.

MR: You filled out a bracket? Who do you have winning?

JS: I have Edward Cornell defeating David Stone in the finals. We’ll find out if I’m right.

RDJ: You very well might be right. I don’t have it quite going down that way I think it’s going to come down to Jeffery Aroma and Matthew Keith.

MR: You guys could be right You could be wrong. There’s only one way to find out and that is to get to the action!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Aztec Prince

The kick off match for the Gold Rush tournament. David Stone and Aztec Prince had a solid opening contest. Prince looked a little out of his element at first, but he seemed to settle into himself within a few minutes. Stone looked very comfortable; however, and was in control for most of the match. He hit a German Suplex with a bridge to get the pinfall and punch his ticket to the next round.

David Stone defeated Aztec Prince in 9:27 by pinfall.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

“Glorious” Logan Diaz versus “The Headhunter” Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen

This was a very physical contest. Logan Diaz and Aroma went at each other for the entire match up -- not a moment of down time. The former Gold Rush Champion looked excellent as he battered the six-feet-eight inch Jeffery Aroma with some hard strikes and a couple of big slams. It looked like Logan was going to set up for the Belly to Belly Suplex when Lisa Bowen hopped onto the apron. This distracted him long enough for Aroma to hit the Complex Choke Slam and get the victory.

Jeffery Aroma defeated Logan Diaz in 11:19 by pinfall with a Complex Choke Slam after Lisa Bowen interfered.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

Greg Keith versus “The Hillbilly Heartthrob” Solomon Gold

Greg Keith made it clear before the start of the tournament that he was looking to make professional wrestling history by becoming the first person to win the Rip Chord Invitational, Sam Keith Classic, Oxford Invitational, and Gold Rush tournament. Solomon Gold made it clear that he was looking to elevate his career, to rise to the next level by defeating a world-class, world-traveled grappler. Gold came out firing. The Hillbilly Heartthrob wrestled exactly like how you would imagine a man who proudly calls himself a hillbilly would wrestle. Lots of fists and knees and kicks. Despite being trained by the Stone Family, he was really playing up that country-boy feel. Greg Keith kept trying to turn the match into a wrestling affair and he was successful. He got Solomon Gold down and locked in the Proton Lock -- which caused Gold to tap out immediately and earned Greg Keith an opportunity in the second round.

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Greg Keith defeated Solomon Gold in 8:07 by submission with a Proton Lock.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

“High Flyin’ Hawaiian” James Adams versus Torment w/ Father Grim

James Adams was just overwhelmed in this contest. Torment is a massive man. Layered in muscles and since finding himself aligned with Father Grim he has become a much more vicious man. Adams tried to hit quick and target the base of Torment, but the massive man hit him with big move after big move. He turned James Adams inside out with a big boot that caused Adams to literally backflip and land on his stomach. After hitting a Big Bite, Torment punched his ticket to the second round -- and he might be the most dangerous competitor in the tournament.

Torment defeated James Adams in 6:37 by pinfall with a Big Bite.


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CS: The state athletic commission may have changed the match from a Scaffold to a Last Man Standing, but the result is going to be the same, Bulldozer. You’re going to get left in a pile. I’m going to break you. I’m going to break you for everything the man has ever taken from me. Everything they have ever taken from Sayeed or Muvva or Brother G or any other brother out there that’s been held down by the man so that guys like you could advance. Tonight, I’m getting what belongs to me -- and I’m going to take it out of your hide. You can believe that.


Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

Homegrown versus The Fallen w/ Father Grim

Another meeting between two teams filled with big pulls. It’s supposed to be the last meeting between the two duos. The Fallen have been on a roll -- they won the Oxford Invitational and a win here could surely gain them a World’s Tag Title shot. Homegrown has been in a bit of a slump, but a win here could help propel them into title contention -- they are former World and former North American Tag Team Champions. The four men beat the hell out of each other in a very physical match up -- as is common for CWL. Clyde Puder got hit with a big boot right off the ring apron and then Scythe hit Jakob Yoder with an Underworld Spike.

The Fallen defeated Homegrown in 15:01 when Scythe defeated Jakob Yoder by pinfall with an Underworld Spike.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

“The Business” Edward Cornell versus Marvel Malloy

Edward Cornell was very well received in his first match on American soil. The Brit gained exposure through 21CW’s International television distribution -- 21CW is the second largest wrestling company in the world. He and Marvel Malloy had a very British World of Sport (minus the rounds) style match. Very technical. Lots of counter wrestling -- and the crowd really enjoyed it. Cornell ended up hitting Malloy with the Black Lightning Bomb and punched his ticket to the second round.

Edward Cornell defeated Marvel Malloy in 9:22 by pinfall with a Black Lightning Bomb.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

“The Breeze” Joey Beauchamp versus Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

The most experienced man in the tournament - Joey Beauchamp looked every bit a forty-six year old that has been wrestling for close to thirty years. He was really sucking wind by the end of the contest. It also did not seem like he was clicking with Cameron Vessey -- who hit Beauchamp with a Vessey Driver II to get the victory.

Cameron Vessey defeated Joey Beauchamp in 9:42 by pinfall with a Vessey Driver II.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

Matthew Keith versus Louie Scorpio

Louie Scorpio, former GWC World Heavyweight Champion definitely had something to prove in wrestling Matthew Keith -- one of the best regarded technical wrestlers in the world. It was a solid match -- and Louie definitely showed how he was able to defeat Gino Montero to become GWC World Heavyweight Champion, but ultimately the Aussie was unable to best Matthew Keith. Keith had a significant size and strength advantage -- and was able to use that to power Scorpio down to the mat and lock in the Proton Lock for the victory.

Matthew Keith defeated Louie Scorpio in 14:18 by submission with a Proton Lock.




Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Opening Round

Seiji Jimbo versus “The Blue Blood” Paul Huntingdon

Seiji Jimbo’s first appearance in the United States. The nephew of one of the most famous Japanese wrestlers of all time, Seiji came out firing against the nineteen year veteran Paul Huntingdon. Huntingdon ended up raking the eyes and taking control of the match. It was a pretty decent match, but it was clear early on that Seiji hurt his ankle in the beginning of the match. Huntingdon went for a suplex, but Seiji managed to come down on his feet behind him. Seiji rolled Huntingdon up and got the surprise pinfall.

Seiji Jimbo defeated Paul Huntingdon in 14:55 by pinfall with a roll up.




Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


Alicia Strong w/ Lisa Bowen versus Zoe Ammis ©

This was a very good match up between two excellent female wrestlers. They really went at it. Alicia really showed that private training with Sensational that has helped make her stand out. Zoe showed while she has been one of the best regarded women’s wrestlers for the last decade and a half. There were several near falls throughout the match -- but Alicia managed to hit the Angel Driver and scored the victory and became the GWC World Women’s Champion.

Alicia Strong defeated Zoe Ammis in 22:21 by pinfall with an Angel Driver. Alicia Strong wins the GWC World Women's title.


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BS: I became a professional wrestler because I love the competition. I love the sport of it. I love stepping into a ring and finding out if I’m tougher than the man across the ring from me. It’s simple. It’s raw. Man versus man. The toughest makes it out. It’s a sport, but Cali… You have made it more than that. You’ve made it personal. I’ve never gotten a hand out. I’m where I’m at because I earned it. I busted my ass. Tonight, I’ll prove that to you once and for all when you can’t stand up. When you can’t walk out of this building and I’m still the United States Champion.

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Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Last Man Standing


Cali Slick w/ Brother G versus “Bulldozer” Brandon Smith ©
Originally, this was supposed to be a scaffold match. Robert Oxford is a noted fan of scaffold matches --but the rumor is that Brandon Smith really did not want to work a scaffold match -- that he felt it was too dangerous of a match up.

Despite now being a Last Man Standing, this match was very good. It was particularly hard hitting. It played into both men’s strengths. Brandon got to be incredibly physical and hit vicious power moves, while Cali got to brawl and show the hardcore ability that made him so popular in Long Beach. At one point, Cali hit a running elbow drop off the ring apron onto Bulldozer who was several feet away on a table.

Bulldozer hit a Back Drop Driver onto the ring apron that almost won him the match, but Cali rolled off the apron onto his feet at nine and the fight continued. They brawled all around the ringside -- and the crowd was really into it. The Theatre of Dreams was rolling with reactions as Cali hit a flying legdrop from the top rope to the floor. Bulldozer hit a running powerslam on Cali Slick that went through the guard rail. Cali was still able to get up.

Cali hit Brandon with a slapjack and then a Slick Back -- right onto the broken piece of guard rail. The combination of the two render the Bulldozer unable to answer the ten count -- and a very battered Cali Slick became a two-time United States Champion.

Cali Slick defeated Bulldozer Brandon Smith in a Last Man Standing match in 27:04 when Bulldozer Brandon Smith could not beat a ten count after a Slick-Back. Cali Slick wins the CWL United States title.


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Unread 04-15-2019, 03:31 PM
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Sneaking in between Days 1 and 2 to comment. I've spent the last week catching up on this -- the first diary that has sucked me in since Scapino's back in the day. I love all the render's you are using; one thing that's always hurt my immersion is the 'big heavyweights' looking like scrawny dudes. Can't tell you how long it took me to realize Skull DeBones was supposed to be huge.

Love where you're going. You've got another reader.
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Damn, there goes my entire bracket! I guess I asked for it predicting the huge upset of Logan over Aroma. I only missed one other match. Another great show, I can't wait for night two to see who wins the tournament!
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Sneaking in between Days 1 and 2 to comment. I've spent the last week catching up on this -- the first diary that has sucked me in since Scapino's back in the day. I love all the render's you are using; one thing that's always hurt my immersion is the 'big heavyweights' looking like scrawny dudes. Can't tell you how long it took me to realize Skull DeBones was supposed to be huge.

Love where you're going. You've got another reader.
Thank you very much for your feedback. I'm glad you're enjoying the diary. I have to thank King_Bison for most of the renders, particularly the big heavyweight renders. He has made most of them -- a lot of them at my specific request.
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Thank you very much for your feedback. I'm glad you're enjoying the diary. I have to thank King_Bison for most of the renders, particularly the big heavyweight renders. He has made most of them -- a lot of them at my specific request.
Well, then, King_Bison ... you don't happen to have a zip file of a bunch of renders I could snag do you?
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Well, then, King_Bison ... you don't happen to have a zip file of a bunch of renders I could snag do you?
He recently posted it here
http://http://www.greydogsoftware.co...d.php?t=543385
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Night Two
Saturday Week 4, August 2022
Live at The Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV, Hawaii 50
In Attendance: 7,408
Rating: .62 [469,470 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to the second night of the seventh annual Gold Rush. I’m Michael Riggs and I’m joined in the broadcast booth by the legendary Ricky Dale Johnson and Jasmine Saunders. We are coming to you live from the Theatre of Dreams. Last night, the tournament began. David Stone. Greg Keith. Matthew Keith. Jeffery Aroma. Cameron Vessey. Seiji Jimbo. Edward Cornell. Torment. All have advanced to tonight’s action. Which man will survive three matches tonight to become Gold Rush Champion?

JS: Both of my picks are still alive! I was surprised by what I would consider the upset of the tournament -- Jeffery Aroma defeating former Gold Rush winner and two-time North American Heavyweight Champion -- Logan Diaz.

RDJ: That was a shocking victory to say the least. Seiji Jimbo defeated nineteen year veteran Paul Huntingdon. It was a first round full of surprises. I can’t wait to see who is still standing.

MR: Plus, the Tag, Women’s, and Heavyweight Championship will all be decided! It’s going to be another great night of wrestling so let’s get right to it!



Opening Match
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


“Self Made” Missy Masterson versus Jaime Quine ©

Jaime Quine was looking to make her thread successful defense of the Women’s Championship and Missy Masterson was looking to become a two-time Women’s Champion. The two women set the bar for the rest of the show with a very excellent back and forth contest. Quine continued to prove that she is one of the premier female wrestlers on the planet, while Missy showed that she still has a lot left in the tank. Missy went for an Identity Crisis -- but missed and Jaime hit her with a K.O. Kick.

Jaime Quine defeated Missy Masterson in 11:42 by pinfall with a K.O. Kick. Jaime Quine makes defence number 3 of her CWL North American Women's title.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Second Round

“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus “The Headhunter” Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen

The first match of the second round. David Stone and Jeffery Aroma really put on a show. Aroma used his size advantage to have his way with David, but the former two-time United States Champion used his wrestling ability and speed to keep himself from really getting hammered with too many powerful moves. Stone through several big shots at Aroma and was gaining control when Paul Huntingdon came running down to the ring. This caught David Stone completely off guard. He turned to yell at Huntingdon -- then turned around and got caught with a Complex Choke Slam.

Jeffery Aroma defeated David Stone in 10:14 by pinfall with a Complex Choke Slam following interference from Paul Huntingdon.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Second Round

Greg Keith versus Torment w/ Father Grim

Greg Keith versus Torment was a classic tale of big versus small. Torment dominated most of the match, with Greg constantly trying to take him down, but being unable to do so. Torment battered him with strikes and slams and got several near falls. Torment trapped Keith in the corner and unloaded shot after shot on the smaller man. In doing so, he also ended up ignoring the referee’s five count and ended up getting himself disqualified for not following the referee’s instructions.

Greg Keith defeated Torment in 10:35 by disqualification.




Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit


James & Raymond Diaz versus Gangsta Nation © w/ Brother G

These four men are no strangers to one another -- having feuding over the World Six Man Titles earlier this year. Their familiarity showed as they wrestled a match that was primarily brawling -- but with each team avoiding big trademark moves from each other. Hustle did eat a vicious Death by Diaz that almost ended the match -- but Ali was able to make the save. James ended up eating a double mafia kick from Ali and Muvva and then Raymond got it with Ali’s G.B.H. Driver.

Sayeed Ali and Hustle Muvva defeated James Diaz and Raymond Diaz in 10:19 when Sayeed Ali defeated Raymond Diaz by pinfall with a G.B.H. Driver. Sayeed Ali and Hustle Muvva make defence number 2 of their CWL North American Tag Team titles.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Second Round

“The Business” Edward Cornell versus Cameron Vessey w/ Lisa Bowen

Edward Cornell and Cameron Vessey continued the trend Edward starting in the first round of having very technical, British catch-as-catch-can wrestling. Vessey, who is more of a pure all around ‘American’ style pro wrestler showed a real penchant for the British style -- and several times he had Edward Cornell twisted into knots. Cornell showed the experience that led him to believe a multi-time 21CW World Champion -- by continuing to wrestle out of the knots. Cornell countered a Vessey Driver II into a Black Lightning Bomb.

Edward Cornell defeated Cameron Vessey in 16:13 by pinfall with a Black Lightning Bomb.




Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Second Round

Matthew Keith versus Seiji Jimbo

A first time match up between two multi-generational stars. Keith, obviously the son of one of the true legends in all of wrestling -- Sam Keith and Seiji Jimbo, the nephew of the founder of PGHW. Seiji was clearly hampered by the sprained ankle he sustained early in yesterday’s contest -- and Matthew clearly targeted the leg and ankle. Matthew ended up locking in the Proton Lock -- twice -- once Seiji Jimbo made it to the ropes, but the second time came after several more minutes and led to Seiji having to tap out to save his leg.

Matthew Keith defeated Seiji Jimbo in 13:31 by submission with a Proton Lock.




Grudge Match
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit

The Georgia Bulldogs versus The Hazard Gang w/ Duke Hazard

Last month, The Hazard Gang made a shocking return to CWL by costing the Georgia Bulldogs the North American Tag Team Championship. This was a wild match. The Hazard Gang are clear brawlers. Two big rough cowboy types dressed in jeans and boots and big belt buckles. Riley and KC tried to turn it into a wrestling match -- but KC, a pure junior heavyweight, was punished by the significantly larger Hazard Gang for the bulk of the match.

Riley made a big comeback and actually hit Buck with the Slingshot Suplex, but Wes made the big save. Riley ended up tagging KC back in, but was blasted from behind by Duke Hazard with a branding iron that dropped him from the apron and prevented KC from tagging him back in -- it also allowed Buck to hit KC with a devastating Neckbreaker.

The Hazard Gang defeated Georgia Bulldogs in 11:03 when Cowboy Buck Winchester defeated KC Glenn by pinfall with a Neckbreaker after Duke Hazzard interfered.




Singles Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Semi-Finals

Greg Keith versus “The Headhunter” Jeffery Aroma w/ Lisa Bowen

The semi finals were here. Greg Keith came with his ribs taped up from the beating he took from Torment. Aroma looked really motivated. Aroma continued where Torment left off -- punishing Keith’s midsection. He locked him in a bearhug that lasted for well over a minute that Keith eventually fought out of. Aroma stayed on the attack, but Keith mounted a comeback. He hit several big forearms that created some space, a dropkick that almost took the big man off his feet and then he dug down deep and hit a Northern Lights Suplex that he kept the bridge and barely got the three count -- Aroma kicked out just as referee Ray Johnson’s hand hit the mat for three.

In a good match, Greg Keith defeated Jeffery Aroma in 13:45 by pinfall.




Singles Match
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
Gold Rush Tournament Semi-Finals

Matthew Keith versus “The Business” Edward Cornell

Another first time ever match up. This was another great technical affair. Edward Cornell looked excellent as he and Matthew went toe to toe, hold for hold -- they threw zero strikes in this entire match. Edward Cornell went for the Black Lightning Bomb, but Matthew countered it and went for a classic piledriver -- that Cornell reversed and went for another Black Lightning Bomb -- but Keith reversed into a single leg takedown that he transitioned into the Proton Lock. Cornell scratched and clawed -- he saw his cousin Tommy have to fight out of this hold multiple times -- but he was unable to and he ended up tapping out.

Matthew Keith defeated Edward Cornell in 11:57 by submission with the Proton Lock.


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A hype package plays for our co main event. It shows Ross Henry defeating Riley McManus for the COTT World Heavyweight Championship. It shows Primus Allen’s two North American Championship wins, both of Spade’s wins. Several other shots of each man. All designed to make sure this match had a big match feel. Three championship level competitors all competing for a prize they want.


Co Main Event
Triple Threat Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


“The Evolution” Primus Allen versus Ross Henry versus “The Supreme Star” Spencer Spade © w/ Lisa Bowen

Three great wrestlers. Ross Henry is a former COTT World Heavyweight Champion and a former RIPW Champion. Primus Allen is also a former RIPW and COTT Champion, be he is also a former two-time North American Champion. Spade is in his second reign as North American Champion and is a former RIPW Champion himself -- making this match a very interesting contest. Primus and Spencer were two of the hottest prospects that the Eisens have had, but both left.

This was a great match with all three men having the opportunity to shine. Spade was the smallest of all three men and really bumped and got up for the two powerhouses. Even though Allen and Henry teamed together last month, they did not take it easy on one another. They took it to each other. Hard hitting stuff.

There were lots of nearfalls as each man tried to win the match up -- but no one was able to do so as the other man kept breaking it up. Ross Henry hit Primus Allen with a huge Earthquake Powerslam that looked like he was going to secure the victory and the championship -- but Lisa Bowen held refere Ray Johnson’s attention to allow Spencer to crawl back in the ring. Ross turned and got hit with the Supreme Stunner.

Spencer Spade defeated Primus Allen and Ross Henry in 17:14 when Spencer Spade defeated Ross Henry by pinfall with a Supreme Stunner after Lisa Bowen interfered. Spencer Spade makes defence number 2 of his CWL North American Heavyweight title.


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MK: Greg. You’re my brother and my best friend. There is no animosity here. I’m not looking to hurt you. This is the epitome of sport. We both want the same thing. We want the Gold Rush Trophy. We want to raise it above our heads. To do that, we have to get through each other. You’re a hell of a wrestler. One of the best in the world, but I believe in my heart that I am better than you. Tonight, I have to prove that. I’ll see you in the ring, Greg.


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GK: Since I became a professional wrestler, I’ve been compared to two people. My father and my brother. Now, I love both of them. I really do. They are my family, but somewhere along the line I started being talked about as second best to my brother. It was Matthew -- and his brother Greg. It wasn’t the Keith Brothers. It wasn’t Sam’s sons. It was Matthew and his brother. He was the star. I was the number two. Despite all my success in this business. Two Rip Chord Invitational Titles. Sam Keith Classic. Mid Atlantic Champion. All of that didn’t matter. I have been Matthew’s brother. I love my brother. There is no ill will there, but tonight I prove that it’s not Matthew and his brother Greg. Tonight I stand on my own two feet. I will make Matthew tap out and I will win the Gold Rush Tournament.


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Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit


Greg Keith versus Matthew Keith

A tale as old as time. Two brothers competing. No animosity. No hatred. Just two brothers forced to wrestle one another to achieve the prize -- the Gold Rush Championship. Matthew Keith has long been regarded as the star Keith sibling. He’s the one who first got the big money contract to Burning Hammer. He’s the bigger, stronger of the two.

Greg is smaller but faster. Greg is looking to become the first man to win all four major United States tournaments in wrestling. He’s won three of them so far. Greg is also looking to prove that he belongs in the conversation, that he’s not just Matthew’s twin brother.

The match started with a handshake. The crowd applauded the show of sportsmanship and brotherly love. The two brothers went at it with a sensational technical performance -- but one that also showed the wear and tear of this being their third match of the night. Greg was slower. Favoring his ribs from the punishment he absorbed from Torment and Jeffery Aroma. Matthew was showing the residual punishment from his hard hitting affair with Seiji Jimbo and then his technical, submission best encounter with Edward Cornell.

They threw no closed fists. Some forearms and some European Uppercuts. A couple of chops, but it was primarily a pure wrestling affair. Both brothers pride themselves on being technical savants. Matthew suplexed and slammed his brother -- using his size advantage (he does have an extra twenty pounds of muscle on his frame). Greg flew around for his brother and really sold each suplex and slam like it was killing him. Greg kept fighting up though and kept using his speed -- though with the beatings he had taken it was greatly reduced, to be able to gain advantages.

It was a grueling contest on both men. Greg kept trying to suplex Matthew -- but with his ribs he wasn’t able to get the right snap on it. Eventually though, Greg hit a huge belly to belly suplex and followed that up with a Proton Lock. Matthew was locked in it for what felt like ages. He tried to reverse it -- he knows how to reverse it -- but Greg kept it locked in. The crowd was on their feet waiting to see -- waiting to find out what would happen. After twenty-four minutes of action in the third match of the night, Matthew Keith’s hand slapped the mat in submission. Greg had won.

Greg Keith defeated Matthew Keith in 24:27 by submission with a Proton Lock. Greg Keith wins the Gold Rush title.


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Great shows, sorry I missed predictions but would have got lots wrong anyway.
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Great two shows, between this and "It All Begins Again," the c-verse had a couple of incredible shows today. I was so close to predicting a final between the two Keiths, too, but I couldn't do it. Super excited to see the future!
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 4, August 2022.
Filmed at: The Theatre of Dreams [North West, USA]
In Attendance: 8,042
Rating: .38 [291,930 viewers]
Commentators: Michaels Riggs, Ricky Dale Johnson, Jasmine Saunders



MR: Hello and welcome to another exciting and thrill packed edition of Saturday Night Slammasters. We are coming to you from The Theatre of Dreams. Gold Rush Night Two just ended and we do not want to spoil anything for you -- as both nights will air immediately following this broadcast. They were classic nights of professional wrestling and you do not want to miss them.

RDJ: Tonight, Xavi Ferrera will be in action against Leon Pena. Amber Allen and Tiffany Jade will do battle.

JS: It’s going to be great. But first, we have a video that we are going to cut to



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A video plays. It starts with showing highlights of Alexander Vasquez as a professional wrestler. Every few clips, it cuts to shots of him in a butcher’s frock, doing the work of a butcher. It cuts back to him wrestling, this time locking in submission holds -- then back to him working as a butcher.

The video ends and the words “The Butcher Returns Soon” finish on the screen.


Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen versus Tiffany Jade

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Tiffany Jade defeated Amber Allen in 11:35 by pinfall with a Green Destiny.


Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Dan Stone III versus Clinton Westybrook

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Clinton Westybrook defeated Dan Stone III in 5:36 by pinfall with a Strong Slam after a distraction from Carl DiBiase.


Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Flying Patriot & Shooting Star Perez versus The New Warlords w/ Warlord Agony

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, New Warlords defeated Flying Patriot and Shooting Star Perez in 10:10 when Warlord Harrow defeated Flying Patriot by submission with an Iron Claw.

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


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KH: For years we’ve been the best tag team in CWL. For years, this has been our playground. Our dominion. We’ve run rough shot over everyone. For the past few months, we’ve hit a bit of a rough patch.

JA: We haven’t been focused. We haven’t been moving steady. We’ve been off. A step slower.

KH: Absolutely. But we are getting refocused. Four times we’ve been North American Tag Team Champions. We’re coming for a fifth reign. We’re putting the whole tag team division on notice. We want the belts back. We’re gonna get them, because we take what we want.

Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Leon Pena versus Xavi Ferrera

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Leon Pena defeated Xavi Ferrera in 11:51 by pinfall with a fast roll up.


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And that's a wrap on the month of August! News and narratives to come, probably tomorrow! I'm really proud of this month worth of shows, particularly the Gold Rush tournament. I knew, truthfully, last year (in game time) at Gold Rush VI that I wanted to have Greg Keith win the tournament. I wasn't sure if I'd be able to pull it off and I was -- which I'm very happy about.

I hope you all are still enjoying!
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