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ROY WILKINS of the All Stars defeated SMITH GARRETT after an assist from the All Stars water boy “Chappy” who was annihilated by Garrett after the bout.
AARON BIGGS & ROB “BOOGIE WOOGIE MAN” McBRIDE defeated “DANGEROUS E” COREY EDSEL & MICHAEL “THE FURY” MCALLISTER of the Dangerous E-lliance.
RAY KANDRACK defeated WALTER EATON of the All Stars in a grudge match.
ARIK ROYAL stormed the ring and demanded a response from RIC CONVERSE as to why Converse cost Royal his match at #CWF400 two weeks ago. Instead Rising Generation League Champion ETHAN SHARPE interrupted and took credit for driving Converse out of CWF Mid-Atlantic with a humiliating forfeit in January. Royal was poised to attack Sharpe until MARCELLUS KING slid into the ring and said that his scheduled opponent EVAN BANKS was still in Virginia snowed in. Since neither man was getting who they wanted tonight, King challenged Royal to a one-on-one match instead.
ARIK ROYAL defeated MARCELLUS KING with la magistral. After the bout King went nuts throwing chairs into the ring and going after the official.
CHET STERLING survived a grueling 30-minute “Battle for the Future” elimination scramble against MANNY GARCIA, JESSE ADLER and NICK RICHARDS of The Riot.
After the evening’s scheduled bouts concluded, LEE VALIANT of The Riot and Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion BRAD ATTITUDE went at it in an unsanctioned non-title fight that went all over the building. Eventually Valiant was joined by his teammate Richards and seemed poised to against smash Attitude’s head in with a chair until a returning LANCE LUDE made the save and along with Attitude left Richards and Valiant KO’d at the end of the night.
Lude went on to explain that Valiant had actually told the truth at Battlecade XV when Valiant insinuated that Lance was leaving the sport due to injuries inflicted by Valiant. Lude said he was hurt, exhausted, depressed and had every intention of stepping away to recover but with the Riot threatening CWF’s future and stability and guys like Attitude fighting on despite doctor’s orders, he could sit idle no longer. Lude and Attitude led the crowd in an impassioned “CWF” chant to end the night.