Results from CWF Mid-Atlantic “End of an Era 2014” in Gibsonville, North Carolina
1.) Chris Lea def. Ryan Zane by pinfall with the Traffic Jam. After the bout Lea made reference to an upcoming “last chance” at Rising Generation League Champion Chet Sterling on March 15 but before he could finish speaking he was ambushed by Nick Richards and Jason Miller who attacked Lea until Aaron Biggs made the save.
2.) Aaron Biggs def. Jason Miller by pinfall after a flying Thesz press from the 400-pounder.
3.) Jimmy Parker def. “The Assassin” Ray Kandrack by pinfall following a spear, avenging his loss to Kandrack at Battlecade 14 in December.
4.) Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champions Rage & the Machine (Michael McAllister & Mecha Mercenary) def. the Mid-Atlantic Outlaws (Matt Houston & Louis Moore) to retain the championships when Mecha pinned Houston by pinfall.
5.) Zane Dawson def. Donnie Dollars by pinfall after smashing Donnie’s face into the exposed turnbuckle where Dawson had removed the padding.
6.) Ric Converse w/ Television Champion Chase Dakota def. Ultra J Champion Trevor Lee in a non-title match with a roll-up after an assist from Dakota. Trevor was fuming after the bout and promised that Dakota had not heard the last of him.
7.) The Killbillies (Aric Andrews & Evan Banks) def. Smith Garrett & Charlie Weston in the Anything Goes Virginia Farm Fight when Andrews pinned Garrett after a superplex off the top rope through a board that was supported by hay bales. After the bout, Andrews alluded to the “era” that had ended tonight being the Killbillies year-long cold streak and vowed that they would win the upcoming PWI Tag-Team Tournament and reclaim the Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Championship.
8.) Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal def. “Dangerous E” Corey Edsel by pinfall after two sick kicks to retain the title. By retaining, Royal’s title reign now passes the record previously held by Edsel as the longest in CWF history.
Wrestling returns to the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium (1001 Springwood Ave in Gibsonville, NC) on Friday February 28 and Saturday March 1 for the two-night PWI Tag-Team Tournament. Details including teams entered will be available soon at http://www.cwf247.com