***CWF WorldWide Spoilers** 7/23 CWF Mid-Atlantic ‘Opportunity Knocks’Results Gibsonville, NC

Thanks to Randy Hedrick & IndyInsiders.com for results

“Sis” defeated Aspyn Rose

Ethan A. Sharpe came out to brag about his automatic bye in the 2016 Weaver Cup and William L. Cross came out stating that Ray Kandrack & Jesse Adler couldn’t compete therefore “Opportunity Knocks” for two men tonight who can earn a spot in the quarterfinals in a six man scramble later tonight. Cross also voided Sharpe’s bye and he will be forced to compete later in the night.

CWF “Golden Ticket” holder Joshua “REAL” Cutshall pinned Slade Porter to win the six man scramble and a spot in the 2016 Weaver Cup Quarterfinals. Chip Day was the other last man standing in the match earning the second spot in the quarterfinals. Also involved in the scramble were Donnie Dollars, “Him”, and Snooty Foxx.

Rising Generation League Champion Mace Maeda w/ Coach Gemini defeated Dirty Daddy in another controversial finish. Post match Dirty Daddy challenged Maeda one more time, this time in a loser leaves town match!

CWF Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions Mecha Mercenary & Aaron Biggs destroyed Number Man & Number Boy of #MoneyBall to retain the championships

The Dawson Brothers (Zane & Dave Dawson) defeated Team IOU (Nick Iggy & Kerry Awful)

Following the matchup CWF officials had to pull The tag champs & The Dawson Brothers apart

2016 Weaver Cup QuarterFinals

Worldwide Television Champion Aric Andrews defeated “White” Mike Jordan to advance to the semifinals

Arik “Ace” Royal defeated Chip Day to advance to the semifinals

Smith Garrett defeated Joshua “REAL” Cutshall to advance to the semifinals

Prior the main event Brad Attitude returned to the Sportatorium and made some controversial remarks vowing to end the career of Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Trevor Lee

Nick Richards defeated Ethan Alexander Sharpe to earn the final spot in the Weaver Cup Semifinals

Check out CWF WorldWide Wednesdays at 9 pm youtube.com/CWFMidAtlantic and CWF returns to Gibsonville August 13th for the 2016 Johnny Weaver Memorial Cup Finals Night!

 

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