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Unread 04-10-2019, 05:39 AM
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Interesting to see Winchester and Revell back, seems you'll be keeping the Bulldogs away from the main event even longer!

Somewhat surprised to see Slick lose the belt already, especially since you said you had planned to give him the belt for a long time, but I am interested to see where it goes. Maybe he gets it back.

Kind of want to see you eventually have a Quine Vs Strong Vs Quinzell match.

Shame about Primus and Henry having no chemistry but as everyone has said, maybe its a blessing in disguise and they can head to the main event. I think it'll be Henry's time soon, he'll be the next champ.

If this is the king of match Campbell is going to have going forward for you, well done!

Interested to see these three new guys eventually, some good potential there as usual.

I would personally like to see this turn into a story about the Sexy Dojo now but I don't see that happening.
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Unread 04-10-2019, 01:45 PM
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Interesting to see Winchester and Revell back, seems you'll be keeping the Bulldogs away from the main event even longer!

Somewhat surprised to see Slick lose the belt already, especially since you said you had planned to give him the belt for a long time, but I am interested to see where it goes. Maybe he gets it back.

Kind of want to see you eventually have a Quine Vs Strong Vs Quinzell match.

Shame about Primus and Henry having no chemistry but as everyone has said, maybe its a blessing in disguise and they can head to the main event. I think it'll be Henry's time soon, he'll be the next champ.

If this is the king of match Campbell is going to have going forward for you, well done!

Interested to see these three new guys eventually, some good potential there as usual.

I would personally like to see this turn into a story about the Sexy Dojo now but I don't see that happening.

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Diaz family win, cowboys return to CWL, Slick already loses to Smith... I was about to say something along the lines of "Historian gonna Historian" but then Strong drew with Quine and I was drawn back into the show. Sad to see Henry and Allen have no chemistry but as Theheel said, this frees them both to go after Spade's title. Keep up the good work.

P.S. "Sexy Dojo" has to be the best name ever for a pro wrestling school
I'm hoping Ash can continue to deliver this level of match! It was definitely an incredible surprise.

There will *not* be a Sexy Dojo story or narrative, haha. It's just what Joe Sexy's dojo is named.

And I don't know what Historian gonna Historian means -- unless that means continue to deliver excellently booked shows . Cali's loss to Brandon was for their feud and for what comes next for them. It's definitely not the end of Cali being pushed.
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Unread 04-10-2019, 04:38 PM
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And I don't know what Historian gonna Historian means -- unless that means continue to deliver excellently booked shows .
It means you cant expect to deliver excellently booked shows for so long without readers picking up on your style, preferences and tropes. That's like, a few steps before the first memes appear...

I hope at least the Sexy Dojo has a strong "physical" focus

*ba dum tiss*

I'll show myself out...
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Unread 04-11-2019, 06:04 AM
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Whew! Finally caught up! Apologies for not being more active, life got pretty hectic lately! Great stuff since I last commented, and don't worry about Mania draining you, I think everyone can relate!
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Unread 04-11-2019, 12:08 PM
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I am happy to say that I am officially and completely caught up with this diary. It was a long read but it was definitely worth it. As I said in some PM's to you, you have created such a wonderful world here. I look forward to the narratives as much as the matches themselves. The Matty Faith/Ash Campbell match was a great one. I'm glad to see it as the highest rated match in the diary so far. Looking forward to reading this one live as you continue and move forward. Also looking forward to making some predictions.
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Unread 04-11-2019, 02:21 PM
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Sometimes you knew you were a part of something special. Every now and then you could just tell. This was one of those moments for Matty. He was in the ring with Ash Campbell. It was the first time it had ever been in singles contest with one another. Despite having both been in SWF at the same time -- for a short time -- they had never done this dance, but tonight they were. Matty could tell the fans were into every single thing they were doing. Every move. Every hair flip. Every bringing back of the fist for a punch. The fans were into it all. Matty climbed onto the top rope. The lights were bright and hot. He was covered in a sheen of sweat. His long hair clung to his face. He always wet his hair before a match -- it kept it from getting frizzy and out of control. He stood, perfectly balanced, for what felt like an eternity.

Matty had grown up in the shadow of a father as famous as they come. After Sam Strong, there was not a man more identified with Supreme Wrestling Federation than Mattyís father. Christian had worked the entirety of his professional career for the Eisen family. From 1986 to 2015, Christian worked for the Eisens. He won the SWF version of the Worldís Title on four occasions. He main evented more Pay Per View events than any other wrestler in history. He was The Iron Man. A thirty year professional who was incredibly consistent and could hold the crowd in the palms of his hands. Matty had to live with that. He had to live with that legacy. That heritage. It was made worse by the fact that all Matty had ever wanted to be was a professional wrestler. It was his only goal in life. He loved the wrestling business. As a boy, he had matches with his stuffed animals. He used to do the Leap of Faith off of his bed onto them. He had dreamed of moments like this. Standing on the top rope -- thousands of fans screaming for him as he prepared to take the Leap of Faith.

Tonight was a special night. It had been almost eight years since Matty turned pro. He was in his late twenties now. He had developed into a pro that was every bit as good as his father -- but he was still Christian Faithís son. He loved his father -- but he also wanted to stand on his own two feet. Thatís why he was happy to leave the Eisens when he did. He was happy to branch out -- to go to a different organization and build his own legacy. In the CWL, he was Matty Faith. Former North American Heavyweight Champion. He was his own man. He wasnít just his fatherís son. He was wrestling against his fatherís legacy. He was his own man. The son of an immortal who was hell bent on sipping from the cup of immortality himself.

He leapt from top rope. His body contorted to drive the elbow. Over seven thousand people in attendance were on their feet. They were holding their breath. Matty knew. ThisÖ This was a moment that would last foreverÖ.

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Ash was tired of being told he was a failure. He was the son of a legend. Nemesis. The brains behind DAVE. The former SWF star who got fired because he got a little too violent on the Eisenís TV and became the top star of DAVE. Ash was supposed to be like his father. He was supposed to be violent. Supposed to be extreme. He had cut his teeth in Pittsburg Steel. He had bled for Mitch. He had been hit with barbed wire and slammed into thumbtacks. He once did a Shooting Star Press off the top rope through a table that was over a bad of thumbtacks. He hated hardcore wrestling though. He hated being compared to his father. He hated being expected to be violent like his father. So he put on weight -- and then they mocked him. They called him lazy. Said he didnít really want it. Thatís not true. The extra cushion had made the punishment of the hardcore wrestling more tolerable. Ash had always wanted it. He had managed to get to work for the Eisens. Five years there. But he never amounted to anything. Just a guy on TV.

He looked up as Matty Faith leapt off the top rope. He was lying prone on the mat. Covered in sweat. He could hear every member of the audience. He knew he was in the middle of a career redefining match. A match that would get the wrestling press to say something else about him. No longer would he be the chubby kid with no real desire. He was a future great. He wasnít a young man anymore. He was thirty four. He was well into his career -- but he felt that he was still a year or two off of being in his prime. There was still time. There was time to make his mark and leave his own legacy. He was Ash Campbell. He was his own man.

He rolled so that Matty Faith crashed and burned and he heard the audible moans of disappointment. He and Matty had them right where they wanted them. This was professional wrestling at its finest. Two gladiators telling an epic story. Ash had begun to doubt he would ever be able to get to this moment. No blood. No extreme violence. Just a real professional wrestling match. Ash climbed to his feet and climbed to the top rope. It was time for his own leap of faith. It was time to remind people just what he was capable of...
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Unread 04-11-2019, 03:06 PM
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Great setup.
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Unread 04-12-2019, 05:36 AM
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A mid-match narrative! Nice!
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Unread 04-12-2019, 06:29 AM
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It's narratives like these that take a simple elbow drop and turn it up into Kairi Sane/Hojo levels of elbow drops. Well done, Historian!
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Unread 04-12-2019, 09:15 AM
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He took the small pair of scissors and cut into the white tape wrapped around his fists. The athletic tape fell to the locker room floor and Jeffery flexed and unflexed his hands. It had been a long day. He had gotten to work Ross Henry and Primus Allen in a good match. It wasnít match of the night, but it was a good match. A match he was proud of. He had barely been wrestling three years. It was April of 2019 when he turned pro and was installed as Riley McManusí bodyguard for his epic reign as North American Heavyweight Champion -- and then COTT World Heavyweight Champion. Jeffery was six feet eight inches and almost four hundred pounds. He was a mountain of a man who took to pro wrestling like a shark to water. Despite his size, he was graceful. He could move around the ring. He knew that.

He reached for his bottle of water and took a long drink. The cool water was refreshing. Jeffery was the son of Mexican immigrants. His mother had died when he was three. His father didnít talk about it a lot and Jeffery didnít know her. He knew that it was a death caused by addiction. An addiction that his father had tried to help her with but found, like many people who love addicts, you canít solve the issue for them. Itís an illness. A sickness. And one that has to be defeated by the person suffering from it. His mom had not defeated her sickness. So his father raised them. His father was a good man. He wasnít particularly book smart. He wasnít well educated -- and he did not put a premium on education. His father Carlos put a premium on hard work. On sweat equity. He worked two jobs. Worked in construction during the day and at night worked as a custodian cleaning churches and office buildings. He told Jeffery that no matter what, he had to be honest and hard working. Because of his fatherís schedule, Jeffery had a lot of time to himself. He did not always make good decisions -- most fourteen and fifteen year olds, when left to their own devices, wonít make good decisions -- but he did play football. He wasnít particularly good, but it was something to do. Offensive tackle. Defensive tackle. He enjoyed the physicality of it. It kept him from making life-changing bad decisions.

He also got a job at fourteen, doing landscaping for a local company. He had worked hard, just like his father taught him. The big kid who could haul tree trunks by himself. He had put in the work -- and the benefit of that work was that one of the clients he had worked out happened to live next door to Robert Oxford. The next door neighbor had made a recommendation.

Jeffery liked wrestling, but he had never imagined he could be a wrestler. He watched in TV. He had all of the SWF, TCW, and USPW video games for his Xbox One. Heíd create himself, make himself a 99, and wrestle Jack Bruce or Nicky Champion or Rocky Golden. Heíd win and heíd day dream that it was happening for real. He had no idea how to get into wrestling. He just assumed heíd end up working construction like his father, maybe as a bouncer at a nightclub, but never this.

Robert Oxford liked what he saw -- and why wouldnít he? Six feet eight and almost four hundred pounds doesnít just grow on trees. Robert offered Jeffery an opportunity to train at the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling, to train for free. Jeffery agreed. He was only eighteen. Out of high school, but just working.

It was there that Jeffery had met Riley. The top star, the backbone, of the whole company. The face of what was then called Rocky Mountain Wrestling. Riley had taken Jeffery under his wing. Worked with him. He made sure that the big man could do more than just be a big man. He didnít want Jeffery to be another Runaway Train -- he wanted him to be another Dread or Pistol Pete. A guy with size who could move around the ring, who could take good bumps -- but only bumps when needed -- but had speed. They spent hours in the ring doing drills. Drills focused on footwork. Running the ropes. Hindu Squats. Up downs. Whatever Riley could think of to make sure that Jeffery was not only in good shape, but had the grace and agility to really stand out. Riley had made the decision in April of Ď19 that Jeffery was ready.

They brought him along slowly. He worked dark matches. Worked as a bodyguard. Started getting more singles matches. Got a good push to the United States -- then Can-Am, championship. Took the masks of all of the Animal Kingdom so that they could be freshened up. He was a natural promo. He had the gift of gab. Three years in, he was signed full time. He worked all of the house shows. He was a valuable member of the roster. The proof of that was tonight. He and Cameron Vessey wrestled Ross Henry and Primus Allen. They gave that spot to him because they believed in him. They knew he would work hard and do them proud. They believed in what he was capable of.
On camera, he was The Headhunter. A vicious, merciless wrestler hell bent on hurting his opponents. Behind the scenes, he rarely spoke. He used his eyes and his ears instead of his mouth. He worked hard. He still believed in sweat equity. He just used the sweat equity in professional wrestling. One day, he could very well be Heavyweight Champion. He was hopeful. He may never become Heavyweight Champion, he didnít know, but he was happy. He didnít have ambitions of being the biggest star in the business. He wanted to work hard. He wanted to be valuable to the organization. He wanted to be relied on. Counted on. And he was.

He took another long drink from his water, finishing the bottle. He had to shower. Get something to eat. Drink another bottle of water. Then go home and watch the footage back. He wanted to get better, to continue to be more valuable and the hard work never stopped.
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Unread 04-12-2019, 10:20 AM
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Now you done it, I will eagerly await Jeffery's rise to top in the year 2030
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Unread 04-12-2019, 11:59 AM
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He had been retired for seven years. He had wrestled for twenty-five. He had been one of the best wrestlers of all time. He knew that. He was a better wrestler than any of his brothers or his sister. He had been a better wrestler than his father. He was, by most estimation, the greatest Canadian wrestler of all time. He knew that. He wasnít an arrogant man, but he was an aware man. Seven times he had been Canadian Champion. Four times he had been Canadian Tag Team Champion, four times he had won the Ed Henson Memorial tournament. He was in the prestigious TotalExtremeWrestling.com Hall of Immortals.

He was happy being retired. He ran the House of Stone. It put out guys like Mark Griffin and Hugh Ancrie and Robby Griffin and Sonny Wildside. Guys who were carrying the legacy on. He also trained his niece, Lucy. He also got to watch his son David take up his mantle. David was looking to be as good as any Stone -- except for his own father. Dan knew that the likelihood of David ever being good as himself was slim to none. That would have been like Jeffrey or Malcom Jordan having been as good at basketball as their father Michael. Sometimes you got a Steph Curry to Del Curry situation. Or a Robin DaLay to Dan DaLay -- a situation where the son was better than the father. But that was rare. Dan was one of the greatest of all time. He was the leader of a generation. He could wrestle anyone. His son was good. He was looking like he would be great.

Dan had watched David with pride though. David had become successful. Two times he had won CWLís United States Championship. He had a great feud with Cameron Vessey -- a feud that had put on the best match in CWL history at that top. Dan also had Danny. His other son. Danny wanted to be a wrestler too. So the elder Stone made a decision.

He had called Robert Oxford and made the pitch. Why Oxford and not Jeremy? Simple. Dan didnít have a legacy in America. In Canada, he was a living legend. An icon of the sport. He didnít want to be anything less for them. Plus, he ultimately wanted to lose. He had defeated Steve DeColt on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his pro debut. He didnít want to tarnish that. He wanted to be able to put over his son and then help his son get the next feud established. It also allowed him to help Danny get started.

Dan shifted the ice on his knees and his elbow. At forty-nine, wrestling hurt. Wrestling had always been painful, but now it hurt. He was not the wrestler that he had been in his prime, everyone knew that, but it had been fun. He got to lose to his son, got to put him over. He got to team with David -- and then with David and Danny.

David *could* be an all time great. The jury was still out on Danny. He was young. He had only had one professional match. If he developed like David had, then the Stone Family legacy was going to be secure in David, Danny, and Lucy.

ďGood job out there, pops.Ē Danny said. He had a bottle of gatorade in his hand. He had hair like his grandfather. Jet black. Natural waves. He was a handsome kid. The girls down here were going to love him.

ďYou too, punk.Ē The elder Stone said. His eyes looked at the room around him. His two sons and niece were here. Lucy had not worked tonightís show, but she was still here. David was trying his hair and drinking some sort of post workout shake. He drank one after every match -- said it helped him recover better than anything else.

ďWhen do you head back?Ē Lucy asked.

ďTomorrow afternoon is my flight. Figure I earned the right to sleep in and have a good breakfast with you all before I head home.Ē

There were nods all around the room. Dan had been loyal to his familyís promotion. Twenty-five years, all with North of the Border (though he hated the name. He thought his father gave it a name that made America the center of professional wrestlingÖ But what could you do?). He had never even thought about leaving. He had never entertained offers from Japan or America or Mexico. He wasnít like Duane or Edd -- though secretly he had wanted to. He had wanted to see what he could have accomplished in the States. He knew he could wrestle -- but what would he have been able to accomplish if he had come to TCW after Cornell bought it to be the big babyface to challenge him? What could he have done in the Eisen Empire? Or for Sam Strong? Or for Jimbo? Or Komine? Or what if he had gone to INSPIRE when Kikkawa, Okazaki, Hughes, Watson, and Iesada had started it? His technical style could have allowed him to fit in there -- and maybe INSPIRE could have become something. What if he had been Golden?

He had these thoughts all the time and when he looked at his sons and his niece he realized they were doing something that he had never been able to do. They were making the Stone name mean something for serious wrestling fans outside of Canada. Sure, diehard wrestling fans loved the Stones -- but they were taking traditional pro wrestling fans in America and turning them on the family legacy. He was proud. Very proud. But he was ready to go home.
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Unread 04-12-2019, 03:27 PM
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Some excellent narratives yet again.

The Ash/Matty mid-match one was very interesting and is some nice incite into your company's greatest match.

As Leion said, Jeffrey's narrative has made me route for him more now so I'm hoping for a big future for him, though I had already expected that.

I'm happy you took the opportunity to do a Stone family narrative whilst you had the chance, and it was a good spin on it all.
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Unread 04-12-2019, 05:50 PM
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Hmmm with Jeffery it seems that his future is even more promising than I thought. It might not be this year to win The Gold Rush, although I expect him to make it to the semi-finals, I expect to see his name on the trophy no later than 2024 and maybe even before.

Really like these narratives and the Stone One was very good as well.
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Unread 04-12-2019, 08:41 PM
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Available on the Synergy Network, Southern States TV, & Hawaii 50
Week 1, August 2022.
Filmed at: The War Memorial Auditorium [Mid West, USA]
In Attendance: 1,571
Rating: .41 [310,840 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 War Memorial Auditorium deep in the heartland of the United States! We are one week removed from the epic Independence -- and what a show it was. Before we get to that, Ricky Dale Johnson and I are joined by the newest member of the CWL broadcast team, Jasmine Saunders! With the shocking return of The Hazard Gang, Duke Hazard has announced he will be returning to ringside managing so Jasmine will be taking Mr. Hazardís spot.

RDJ: Welcome aboard Jasmine. Itís nice to have someone who actually smells good in the booth for once.

JS: Thank you, gentlemen. Itís wonderful to be here. Iíve been following CWL since it opened. As you know, I worked with Mr. Oxford extensively in Los Angeles. I love what has been happening here and itís great to be in the broadcast booth.

MR: Last week was Independence. It saw the shocking return to CWL of The Hazard Gang. Wes Revell and Buck Winchester are former two-time North American Tag Team Champions. They are excellent brawlers who like to drink beer and get in fights. They attacked -- and cost -- the Georgia Bulldogs the North American Tag Team Championship. Iím sure we will be hearing from them tonight. But we also saw The Diaz Family retain the Worldís Six Man Championships. Jaime Quine and Alicia Strong went to a time limit draw. Ash Campbell managed to defeat Matty Faith -- and Iím sure that wonít be the last we hear from those two. In our main event, Spencer Spade defeated Ranger to retain the North American Heavyweight Championship. Whatís going to be next for the champion?

JS: I know Iím new here, but Iíd have to say either Ross Henry or the recently returned Primus Allen would have to figure high on the list of potential opponents. Ross Henry was on a roll before he broke his arm in a match with Killer Shark, Primus Allen is a former two-time North American Heavyweight Champion himself. Either of those men would make fantastic opponents for Spencer Spade.

RDJ: I think youíre right, Jasmine -- but Iím going to throw a different name into the hat. Matthew Keith. He and his brother Greg had a great reign as tag team champions. Matthew is a great wrestler who I think would make a great opponent for Spencer as well.

MR: As much as Iíd love to continue this conversation, Iíve just been informed by our production truck that Duke Hazard and the Hazard Gang are standing by backstage right now.



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DH: Itís been four years since my boys here were last in a CWL ring. Four years since they were last here causiní havoc. The Hazard Gang were the originals here in CWL. Buck was on the very first show. It didnít take long for the Outlaw to get here. Now theyíre back. The Cowboy. The Outlaw. The Marshall. We made a statement at the expensive of the Georgia Bulldogs. The celebrated Bulldogs. For four years, I sat ringside at the commentary table and had to pretend to like Riley McManus. I had to pretend to like KC Glenn. But I donít like neither of them, and my boys hereÖ Theyíre gonna take them out of CWL once and for all.


Opening Match
Singles Match
Fifteen Minute Time Limit

ďThe ColossusĒ Dillon Wiuff versus Charger Siaki

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, Dillon Wiuff defeated Charger Siaki in 7:56 by pinfall with a Hulk Powerslam.




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Suzanne Brazzle & Amber Allen versus The Uprising

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, The Uprising defeated Suzanne Brazzle and Amber Allen in 10:15 when Talia Quinzel defeated Suzanne Brazzle by pinfall with a Spinal Trauma.

In terms of in-ring work, Amber Allen was head and shoulders above everyone else. Suzanne Brazzle was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance.


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JQ: At Independence, I survived Alicia Strong. Alicia is one of the best wrestlers on the planet, and I managed to retain my championship. Now Iíve got Missy Masterson, a former champion herself, waiting in the wings. Missy, I respect you. I respect your career. I respect everything youíve done in this business, but right nowÖ Iím the best Womenís wrestler on the planet. I am the North American Womenís Champion. Iím the face of womenís wrestling in the United States. I believe that to my core. The Continental Wrestling League allows women to wrestle. No shenanigans. No popcorn matches. Hard hitting contents between athletes -- and Iím the champion. Iím the face of the division and Iím proud of that. At Gold Rush, youíre going to get your opportunity at my championship. I know youíre going to bring everything youíve got. Youíre going to give me everything you have -- but I am confident that I will survive and still be North American Womenís Champion.


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Fifteen Minute Time Limit

Dan Stone III versus Carl DiBiase

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Dan Stone III defeated Carl DiBiase in 7:21 by pinfall with a surprise cradle.




Singles Match
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Lucy Stone-McFly versus Glorious Gloria

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, Lucy Stone-McFly defeated Glorious Gloria in 7:14 by pinfall with a Delorean Driver.


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Lucy Stone-McFly is celebrating her victory in the ring. Glorious Gloria had proven to be a very powerful opponent. As Lucy steps down from the second rope, she is blasted from the back by the female representative of Money Talks, Wilma Croft. Croft pulls Lucy away from the corner and blasts her with a massive Gorilla Headbutt that drops the former North American Womenís Champion.


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BG: Brandon Smith, you punk son of a -- I better not say it. You got lucky at Independence. You know it. I know it. You ainít better than Cali. You ainít tougher than him. You donít got his heart. You just another punk tryiní to hold us down. Another man workiní for the man tryiní to keep a brother down. But it ainít gonna fly. You ainít gonna keep his United States title. No way. No how. ĎCause you walk around and tell people that youíre a real man. Ainít scared of nothiní. Ainít back down from any fights in your life, right? Well you punk ass motherÖ I almost did it again. Cali wants his belt back. He deserves his belt back. So how about you and him do it one more timeÖ In a match of our choosing. A match that will make sure only the toughest walks out. That only the realest of the real leaves United States Champion. Iím talkiní about the most dangerous match in wrestling. Iím talking about the Scaffold Match. You man enough Bulldozer? Or are you what I think you are. Another scared little punk ass who is gonna run from a real fight and a real challenge?


Main Event
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit

Homegrown versus New Warlords w/ Warlord Agony

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, New Warlords defeated Homegrown in 8:21 when Warlord Harrow defeated Jakob Yoder by submission with an Iron Claw. During the match we also had Scythe run in and attack Puder.

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


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