Yesterday we had some great Indy action go down in Gibsonville, NC. CWF Mid Atlantic had it's Explosive Elements show. Here are a look at the results from the action thanks to pwponderings.com:
CWF Mid Atlantic:Explosive Elements 2014
May 3, 2014
Lance Lude defeated Roy Wilkins with the christo submission hold. Coach Gemini interfered in the bout and was ran off by exiled former All Star Court Montgomery. “The Assassin” Ray Kandrack hit the ring and challenged Court to an immediate match.
Ray Kandrack defeated Court Montgomery in a brutal match following the Ray Gun. At one point in the bout, Kandrack suplexed Montgomery into the corner with such velocity that the bottom rope snapped in half at the point of impact. The event continued with just two ropes at that point.
“Dangerous E” Corey Edsel defeated rookie Jesse Adler in seconds. Edsel and Kandrack crossed paths in the aisle way and both made claims at being the next Mid-Atlantic Champion. After the quick win, Edsel then called out Kandrack’s originally scheduled opponent Jordan Flyght and offered to wrestle again in a strange show of one-upmanship against Kandrack.
Edsel defeated Jordan Flyght with the haymaker punch, scoring two knockouts in a matter of minutes.
Aaron Biggs defeated Jason Miller w/ Nick Richards following a big splash. After the match Richards and Miller attempted to DDT Biggs on the floor until Chris Lea, sporting a neck brace after the same thing happened to him 2 weeks ago, stopped them.
Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champions Rage & the Machine retained the titles in a one fall three way defeating the Killbillies and Ric Converse & Chase Dakota. After the bout Converse and Dakota got into a heated argument with the crowd 100% siding with Converse.
“El Jefe” Manny Garcia defeated Television Champion Mark James by reversing an inside cradle to capture the championship.
Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Arik Royal defeated Donnie Dollars to retain the title in a war.
As the event was concluding, Corey Edsel and Ray Kandrack came back out and confronted Royal. Marcellus King then hit the ring and attacked both Royal and Dollars, as potential challengers were literally surrounding the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion.