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Is that simply a narrative thing or are you trying to get across that McManus has been chosen to be the figurehead for CWL?
Just narrative. We are don’t have a figure head. It’s just a little narrative I thought would give Riley another feather in his cap — especially with him being out of the Heavyweight title picture right now.
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[Saturday Night. Little’s Bar]

We had rented the whole bar out. It was closed for a private event. Our event. Our celebration. Tonight we had done it. We had celebrated six years in business. Six years since The Climb. Since sixteen people other than myself -- fifteen wrestlers and one referee -- started us off on this journey. Tonight we would celebrate not only hitting the six year mark, but also the one hundred and fifty show mark and the best show we have ever had. I knew it sitting there. I knew it producing the show. It was something we could be proud of. A show that would stand the test of time. It had started off underwhelming, but purely fan service. I was saddened by Max’s performance. I had thought about maybe bringing the Aces of Mayhem back. Give them a nostalgia babyface run, but Max can’t go anymore. He can’t perform at the level we needed. He wouldn’t be able to keep up with The Rejects, the Fallen, hell, the boys from the Yukon. It was only going to get worse and I didn’t want to cheapen his legacy. I did not want him to have to suffer that. Riggins and Jolson were fine. They weren’t spectacular, but they were fine. I’d have to continue to monitor them in TGL. Would they find solid footing again? Only time would tell.

Foxxy was a prospect I was high on. She had a lot of experience, was still relatively young, and would add more depth to work in our Women’s Division. I let Missy get the win at Anniversary to thank her. Missy has done a very good job, been very consistent and a true pro. I wanted to reward her. In hindsight, I probably should have put Roxxy over. It would have set up a natural challenge with Alicia and have given us more babyface wins on the Anniversary show. We did feature a lot of really strong heels on the show. Spencer in the main. The DQ win of Shark -- yeah Ross won but it really kept Shark looking strong and kept that going -- Vessey retained. Strong retained. The Fat Cats retained. Missy won. Gangsta Nation retained. Aroma won. The Fallen looked really good. It was a night to set up what was coming next. I had some apprehension about getting so much heat on the show, but I went with it.

Tonight probably wasn’t the night to use hindsight. Tonight was the night to celebrate. It was the night to celebrate that Matty Faith and Spencer Spade put on a match that could main event anywhere in the world. Eric and Jerry had to be kicking themselves that they let those two go. Packer had to be kicking himself that he didn’t lock them up. Same with Germaine. They had to be mad. They tore the house down. Five thousand fans were out of their seat. Five thousand fans were hooked on every moment of that match. Thirty two minutes and twenty seconds of action. Thirty two minutes and twenty seconds of a main event that felt like a main event.

Tonight was a night to celebrate that Riley McManus made Jeffery Aroma a legitimate singles star in one match. Aroma had done incredibly well on the Live series. He had been a good United States Champion, but he still had not developed his own identity. He was still Riley’s bodyguard. It had been several months since the turn, but this was the first time for them to lock up just the two of them. It went incredibly well. Riley got color. There was a point where half of Riley’s face was covered in blood, his fists were up. It was a sight to see and I mean a sight to see.

I looked around the bar. My crew. Riley with the bandage on his head nursing a long neck and talking to Lisa. Barry’s daughter -- who had fully come into her own here. She had been a passable valet for Sam. Good, but not great. For me, she had become a manager extraordinaire. She had become key to our success. The manager of champions. Consistent. Stable. KC was with them. He and Marjorie. The father of my future grandchild. The World Junior Heavyweight Champion. A good kid. A bit of a nerd, but a good kid.

The Rejects. Keith and Johnny and February. As good as a tag team as you could find. Nice guys. Kept to themselves. Liked to ride and drink and wrestle and entertain. Ox. Big man. Big appetite. Dedicated. Clyde and Jakob. Two students who stood out from the pack. Alicia. Daughter of my old friend Sam. The best female wrestler on the planet. I knew it. She knew it. We wanted the whole world to know it. David. Lucy. Cameron. Greg. Matthew. Matty. The Diaz Family. The business was in their blood. We featured guys who had ties to the business. Who were born to be in the business. Who lived and breathed and grew up in it. Who understood it. Understood the ups and downs. The demands of the road. Who could just feel the crowd. Could take them on that roller coaster.

We were a motley crew. Most of them wouldn’t fit in if they had a nine-to-five. They weren’t built to be cogs in a corporate machine. Wearing ties and showing up to work on time. Salesmen. Insurance agents. None of my guys were cut out for that. They were vagabonds. Drifters. Cowboys. Outlaws. People who didn’t belong in polite society. But I loved them. They were loyal. They were good people. Hard working and honest. They loved what we did. They gave me everything they had. I knew that.

So tonight. We celebrate. Work could start again later. Tonight, we were just going to enjoy each other’s company. Enjoy the fruits of our labors. Our success stories. They had earned it.
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Some thoughts on the diary:

- I'm amazed at how much story you're able to convey with so few words. Six years of game time, the last few doing five shows a month, and it was still a relatively quick and easy read. The shows are well laid out and the none of the narrative pieces overstay their welcome, and yet there's still a complete, engaging, and easy to follow story being told.

- I love that you've been able to evolve your company without ever losing its identity. I hate when companies in a diary reach a certain size, hire a bunch of new guys, and the original characters you originally got interested in are pushed aside and quickly disappear. You've avoided that by focusing as much on developing talent as you do on hiring. Where you do bring in guys, they're always workers who fit in well with your company's style.

- Your booking has been very astute, especially with how you protected yourself during the heavy-poaching days. I think the Puder signing was the only time you were caught with an actual hole in your roster.

- Not on you, but what's with all the reader hate for Missy Masterson? She's always been a good worker for me.

- 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.

I mean, I'm not some Jim Cornette-style "never expose the business!" puritan, but every time I see someone wink at the audience during a show*, I lose a little bit of connection with what I'm watching, and it adds up over time.

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'm fine with breaking kayfabe outside of shows, like in podcast interviews or on social media. Just don't insult me during the actual wrestling program.
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Some thoughts on the diary:

- I'm amazed at how much story you're able to convey with so few words. Six years of game time, the last few doing five shows a month, and it was still a relatively quick and easy read. The shows are well laid out and the none of the narrative pieces overstay their welcome, and yet there's still a complete, engaging, and easy to follow story being told.

- I love that you've been able to evolve your company without ever losing its identity. I hate when companies in a diary reach a certain size, hire a bunch of new guys, and the original characters you originally got interested in are pushed aside and quickly disappear. You've avoided that by focusing as much on developing talent as you do on hiring. Where you do bring in guys, they're always workers who fit in well with your company's style.

- Your booking has been very astute, especially with how you protected yourself during the heavy-poaching days. I think the Puder signing was the only time you were caught with an actual hole in your roster.

- Not on you, but what's with all the reader hate for Missy Masterson? She's always been a good worker for me.

- 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.

I mean, I'm not some Jim Cornette-style "never expose the business!" puritan, but every time I see someone wink at the audience during a show*, I lose a little bit of connection with what I'm watching, and it adds up over time.

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'm fine with breaking kayfabe outside of shows, like in podcast interviews or on social media. Just don't insult me during the actual wrestling program.
Thank you very much for the feedback! I do appreciate it and I'm glad you're enjoying what we're putting down.

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.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, February 2022.
Filmed at: Sunrise Sunset [Hawaii, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .32 [244,400 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 here in beautiful Hawaii and we are fresh off the heels of our Sixth Anniversary. If you missed what critics are calling the best pure professional wrestling show to happen in North America in quite some time, it is not too late to get it On Demand or to purchase your own copy at ContinentalWrestlingLeague.com. Tonight, we present our first ever Gauntlet Match! The winner of the gauntlet match will wrestle Cameron Vessey next week for the United States Championship. Ricky, you had a wrestling career that lasted for almost three decades. I know you were in a couple of gauntlet matches in your time, what is the secret?

RDJ: In my opinion, Michael, the Gauntlet Match is the toughest match to prepare for -- because you can’t really prepare for it like you would any other match. There are seven men in this gauntlet match. That means you have to potentially prepare for six opponents. Six men who all wrestle differently. You have to prepare for that. You could wrestle all night. You could only have to wrestle once. It is very challenging to get yourself in the right mindset.

DH: Now, I’ve never been in a gauntlet match myself, but I’ve done been ringside for several. It’s also incredibly difficult on your body because if you win you have to immediately wrestle a fresh opponent with no break. It cannot be easy.



MR: I can’t imagine it is. Before we get started, The Fallen sent us a video tape that we are going to play for you now.



We cut to a pretaped video. It is not quite clear where we are. It is dark and grimy feeling. Scythe and Hellion tower over Father Grim. Silent. Stoic. Two colossal men at the bidding of the sinister man in the middle. Grim straightens his tie and speaks.

FG, “Ring around the rosey. Pocketful of posies...A childish rhyme. A way of explaining a plague. Of explaining tragedy. Of explaining loss. We are men that have lost. Lost our way. Lost faith in ourselves and had to find it again. It was the common bond that brought us together. See, I was a lost soul wandering this planet in search of meaning. I found it. I found it in being the shepherd herding lost sheep back to safe pasture. I found these lost souls. Outcasted from the Empire they had so loyally served. I have brought them back to pasture. I have turned them from sheep to wolves…

Greg and Matthew, you are no different than the fans that crowd the arenas. You are lost. You have been lied to. You were lied to by people that crowned you princes of professional wrestling. Heirs to a throne that your father never occupied -- only served. All of his accolades. All of his accomplishments. They said that you were going to carry on his legacy. Carry on his name. But did the Empire call you? Did the Kingdom of Hollywood call you? Did the Billionaire in Atlanta call you? No. No one called you. Japan took you. They took your body. They took your blood. They took everything you had to give but they gave you nothing in return, man. They gave you nothing! They lied to you! They told you what you could be. What you should be. What you would be… But that wasn’t true. It was us… Us who made you something. It was the Fallen who gave to you the North American Tag Team Championships. It was The Fallen that gave you something to hold onto.

Most men are soldiers fighting in other people’s armies. Fighting to become legends. Fighting for immortality, but we are not soldiers. We are the Fallen. We are the Specter of Vengeance. We seek retribution on all those who have lied. Who have sold lies and profited on those lies. We are your Salvation, Greg and Matthew. And you…. You are welcome…

The pretaped recording ends.




Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gauntlet Match One

Chill versus “The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine” Xavi Ferrera

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Xavi Ferrera defeated Chill in 7:44 by pinfall after using a foreign object.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gauntlet Match Two

“High Flyin’ Hawaiian” James Adams versus “The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine” Xavi Ferrera

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, James Adams defeated Xavi Ferrera in 8:39 by pinfall with a Pacific Crush.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gauntlet Match Three

“High Flyin’ Hawaiian” James Adams versus Giant Brody

In a decent match, James Adams defeated Giant Brody in 7:57 by pinfall with a fast roll up.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gauntlet Match Four

“High Flyin’ Hawaiian” James Adams versus Charger Siaki

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, James Adams defeated Charger Siaki in 6:41 by pinfall with a Pacific Crush.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gauntlet Match Six

“High Flyin’ Hawaiian” James Adams versus Clinton Westybrook

In a decent match, Clinton Westybrook defeated James Adams in 8:18 by pinfall while using the ropes for leverage.




MR: And while we get some help for James Adams to the back, Ross Henry was here early with some words.

We cut to a pretaped segment with Ross Henry.



RH: Once again you got me, Shark. This time with a kick to my groin and I’m tired of it. I’ve been begging you to fight me like a man. You and me. No frills about it, but for some reason you’re afraid. What is it going to take, Shark? What is it going to take for me and you. No Disqualifications. Just a fight. No Law or Order is coming up in a couple of weeks. I want you one more time. It can be a street fight. It can be a cage. It can be anything. Me and you Shark. You name it. I’m there.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit
Gauntlet Match Seven

“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Clinton Westybrook

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, David Stone defeated Clinton Westybrook in 7:56 by pinfall.


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Another great show! I think the promo with Father Grim and the fallen really works. Looking forward to seeing Stone vs Vessey in an explosive match!
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 2, February 2022.
Filmed at: West Texas Coliseum [South West, USA]
In Attendance: 2,000 [SELL OUT]
Rating: .32 [246,620 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 world famous West Texas Coliseum in Amarillo, Texas. Last week, we had a gauntlet match to determine who would challenge Cameron Vessey for the United States Championship tonight. Former United States Champion David Stone won the Gauntlet match and he will challenge Cameron Vessey in our main event.

RDJ: It was just a few months ago that David Stone and Cameron Vessey engaged in some classic contests for the United States Championship. They had two time limit draws before Cameron Vessey was able to get the United States Championship. Now, CWL doesn’t have an automatic rematch clause, so David Stone had to earn his way back, but earn his way back he has. Vessey is going to have his hands full.

DH: But just like he did at Thanksgiving Thunder, Cameron Vessey is going to hit that Vessey Driver II and he’s going to walk out with the United States Championship.



Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Margaret Deeley vs. Tiffany Jade

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Tiffany Jade defeated Margaret Deeley in 7:09 by submission.




MR: The Diaz Family is standing by backstage.



LD: At the Sixth Anniversary, we had the opportunity to win the World’s Six Man Championships. To bring them back to the family…. But we didn’t realize that Gangsta Nation didn’t want to fight fair. They had to use Brother G.

JD: And it’s okay that they did. ‘Cause we knew that they were punks. They were afraid to fight us straight. That’s okay. Because now we know where we stand. Now we know what we have to do.

RD: And that’s bring the fight right to them. Right to their front door.




Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Diamond Dogs versus The Boys from the Yukon

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, The Boys From The Yukon defeated The Diamond Dogs in 6:57 when Howlin' Mad Mort defeated Jimmy Stratosphere by pinfall with a Tiiiiiiiiiiimber.

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




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Foxxy LaRue versus Hellcat Hernandez
In a poor match, Foxxy LaRue defeated Hellcat Hernandez in 7:16 by pinfall with a Flash Head Kick.




MR: Standing by backstage, we have Homegrown.



JY: Y’know, we felt really good going into the Sixth Anniversary. We felt for sure that we were gonna be World Tag Team Champions. We were sure we were gonna beat the Fat Cats and it was gonna be a great day. But it wasn’t. It wasn’t ‘cause of that Blue Blooded Bastard Paul Huntingdon.

CP: And since Paul wanted to stick his nose in the match and cost us the World Tag Team titles, Jake. I put in a call. A call down to Arkansas where my family is still workin’. See, I got me a cousin. He’s a big ole boy. He’s six feet five, he’s close to three hundred pounds. We grew up together. He used to slop the hogs together. Built fences together. My cousin, now he’s a little rough ‘round the edges. He ain’t pretty like me. But he likes to throw hands. I told my cousin that me and Jakob needed a little hep’. Needed someone to stand with us ‘gainst these Money Talks sons’ o guns. And he said okay. So he’ll be here. He’ll be with us at No Law or Order. So y’all best get ready.




Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit


“The Canadian Wrestling Machine” David Stone versus Cameron Vessey © w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had superb wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, David Stone defeated Cameron Vessey in 24:24 by pinfall. David Stone wins the CWL United States title.


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Another great show! I think the promo with Father Grim and the fallen really works.
Agreed, though it felt odd when he added ",man" to the end of that sentence. Details, but thought I'd point it out.

Croquemitaine also made some points I agree with. To answer the Masterson question, for me she has a very punchable render, plus being a QAW/indy fan I can't help but see her as a big league star and sports entertainer.
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 3, February 2022.
Filmed at: The Warehouse [South West, USA]
In Attendance: 821
Rating: .30 [230,510 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 The Warehouse in Downtown Long Beach, California. Last week, David Stone became the second man to ever win the United States Championship for a second time when he defeated Cameron Vessey in our main event. Tonight, Ox Mastadon will be in action against the newly returned Chill.

RDJ: Chill made his shocking return two weeks ago in the Gauntlet match -- and while he was ultimately unsuccessful, he’s looking to get his return to CWL back on the right track with a win against former North American Heavyweight Champion, Ox Mastadon -- as tough as an opponent as there is for anyone.

DH: Ox held the North American Heavyweight Championship for eleven months. He was a dominant champion who is also looking to get himself back in the mix ‘round here. With David Stone now United States Champion -- I could see Ox going after that belt so as not to go after his Bowen Services stablemate, at reigning champion, Spencer Spade.





Spencer Spade comes to the ring and he is all smiles. He’s accompanied by Lisa Bowen. He’s got the North American Heavyweight Championship wrapped around his waist.

SS: Y’know. I’ve been thinking. Thinking hard. Thinking of who deserves an opportunity to challenge me at No Law or Order… And quite frankly, I couldn’t think of anyone. There isn’t a man here who deserves an opportunity at me, at the North American Heavyweight Championship, so I think I’m going to take the month off! Y’all won’t see me at No Law or Order…”

Spade is cut off by Hailey Hunter, currently acting as the liaison for the matchmaking committee.



HH: Spencer. While you are right about one thing, you’re wrong about something else. You will not be defending the championship at No Law or Order -- but not because we don’t have a challenger…. Because you will be competing in a Five on Five Elimination match. At No Law or Order it will be Bowen Services competing as a unit against The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, and Bulldozer Brandon Smith!”

Spencer and Lisa look incredibly upset as Hailey walks off.




Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Leon Pena versus Andrew Harper w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Andrew Harper defeated Leon Pena in 5:26 by pinfall with a Spike Slam.




Tag Team Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

The Diamond Dogs versus Samoan Demolition

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, Samoan Demolition defeated The Diamond Dogs in 6:59 when The Brisbane Devil defeated Motty Kuroda by pinfall with a Devil's Drop.

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




MR: We are going to go backstage now for some words for Killer Shark.



KS: Ross Henry, you want me one more time… You want to know what my conditions are? Fine. Me and you. Strap Match. See, as a child, my father used to tan my hide with a leather strap. If I acted up, he taught me the importance of correcting my mistake. So you want me? I want us to be connected by leather… Just you and me and a leather strap. That is my condition.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Animal Harker versus “The Puerto Rican Wrestling Machine” Xavi Ferrera

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Xavi Ferrera defeated Animal Harker in 10:55 by pinfall with a High Impact Frog Splash.




MR: And now some words from former North American Tag Team Champions, the Devil’s Rejects.


KH: In my whole life, I’ve never had anyone do to me what Hellion and Scythe did. The Fallen… The thieves is more like it. They stole from us, didn’t they Johnny? They stole what wa ours.

JA: They sure did. And when someone steals somethin’ from us, we’ve got to get back a pound of flesh as penance. So I hope you’re ready. ‘Cause we’re coming for your penance.




Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Amber Allen versus Nina Cacace

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Amber Allen defeated Nina Cacace in 8:30 by pinfall with a Northern Lights Suplex.
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Main Event
Singles Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Chill versus Ox Mastadon w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Ox Mastadon defeated Chill in 9:57 by pinfall with a Ten Ton Splash.


Overall
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Continental Wrestling League returns to the historic Lowe Ballroom for No Law or Order 7! What a line up we have in store for you. In our main event, a ten man elimination tag. Bowen Services will compete against The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, and "Bulldozer" Brandon Smith. Who will win?

A strap match between Ross Henry and Killer Shark. A triple threat tag team championship match. The World Six Man Championship, and so much more! Get your tickets today.

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Saturday Week 4, February 2022
Live at the Lowe Ballroom [North West, USA]
Available on the Synergy Network & Southern States TV, Hawaii 50

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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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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Continental Wrestling League Presents: No Law or Order 7


The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services
- Tough call. I'm going with the set unit over the slapped-together team, but I don't know if you want to end another big show with a heel win


Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark
- It's time


Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks
- I'm going to go out on a limb and predict a draw as the match breaks down into a wild brawl


Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
- While I believe Allen will eventually take the belt, she hasn't been built up as a star yet


The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
- Possibly a DQ win to extend the chase


Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone (c)
- Either way, a stone wins, right?


The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Keith Brothers (c)
- Any of these teams are worthy winners, but I think the Keiths retain for now


Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace
- The new hotness beats the aging vet
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The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services

Strap Match
Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark

Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks

North American Women's Championship
Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen

GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G

United States Championship
Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone (c)

North American Tag Team Championship
The Fallen w/ Father Grim versus The Devil's Rejects w/ February Malaise versus The Keith Brothers (c)

Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace
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Unread 03-17-2019, 05:46 AM
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I went away for work for 3 days and come back to a whole month of shows, cant believe the pace you have been able to post... Was a pleasant surprise to say the least... Just glad I didn't miss the prediction for the big show

Main Event
Ten Man Elimination Tag
Sixty Minute Time Limit
The Mission, The Georgia Bulldogs, & Bulldozer Brandon Smith versus Bowen Services
I think the faces have to win here to keep the fueds going

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
No Time Limit
Strap Match
Ross Henry vs. Killer Shark
I feel it makes more sense for Ross to go over as there isn't much room at the top for shark just at the moment

Six Man Tag
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
Homegrown & Danny Puder versus Money Talks
The heels to go over by some underhanded means

Singles Match
Forty Five Minute Time Limit
North American Women's Championship
Amber Allen versus Alicia Strong (c) w/ Lisa Bowen
Its not nearly time for strong to lose the belt yet


Six Man Tag
Forty-Five Minute Time Limit
GWC World Six Man Championship
The Diaz Family versus Gangsta Nation (c) w/ Brother G
I want to say the Diaz family finally get the win but there is a part of me that is doubtful and the gangsta nation will somehow retain

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
United States Championship
Mayan Idol versus "The Canadian Wrestling Machine" David Stone (c)
Stone has only just regained the belt so I don't see him losing it yet

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)

again it is to soon for the Keith's to drop the belts, rejects take the fall for the fued with the fallen to Continue

Opening Match
Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
Lucy Stone-McFly versus Nina Cacace
The coin flip choice of the night I feel
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