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    CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada



    In Exile opens with a live performance by the Exies. Unlike Kid Rock, the fans get really into it and get really pumped up. After the performance a pyro explosion sends us to the opening video package which highlights the main event tonight. Ultimate Pain vs. Roberto in a Steel Cage for the CWA Heavyweight Championship. The video ends with an overlaid picture of both men standing victorious.

    Lindsay Monahan: The Following Contest is scheduled for one fall with a sixty minute time limit and is for the vacant CWA Tag Team Championships. Introducing first, at a combined weight of 439 lbs, Tony Burlom and Devon Jones they are collectively known as Hardcore Hell.

    The still winless duo make their way to the ring having been unlucky enough to draw the first entry spot.

    Lindsay Monahan: Next, at a combined weight of 515 lbs, Shaun Quinn and Kennif leBlanch representing the Brotherhood.

    Quinn looks to put his recent downturn behind him and bring potentially a third title to the Brotherhood tonight. Kennif leBlanch meanwhile, is making his debut.

    Running forearm smash by Jones on Quinn. Burlom goes behind Quinn and launches him with a cobra clutch suplex. Roundhouse kick by leBlanch to the face of Jones. Jones jumps up on Quinn for a Huarracanrana, no, wait he rolls around on Quinn's shoulders for a head scissors takedown. Quinn desperately tries for a tag but Jones grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Quinn wins the exchange as well as the tag to leBlanch. Go-behind by Quinn and he drops Jones right on his head with a killer German suplex. leBlanch ducks the clothesline and hooks in a full nelson on Burlom. Burlom counters with a jawbreaker.

    Whip into the ropes by Quinn sets up a power slam on Burlom. Burlom desperately tries for a tag but Quinn grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Burlom wins the exchange as well as the tag to Jones. Jones attempts a backdrop, but Quinn flips over and drops for an inverted DDT. Quinn knocks Jones out of the ring. Burlom kicks Quinn's legs out from under him with a leg sweep.

    Jones gets lifted back into the ring by leBlanch. Jones desperately tries for a tag but leBlanch grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Jones wins the exchange as well as the tag to Burlom.

    Burlom decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Jones leBlanch desperately tries for a tag but Jones grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and leBlanch wins the exchange as well as the tag to Quinn. Burlom launches off the top with a flying elbow drop reminiscent of Randy Savage. Quinn may be dead. Burlom decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Jones. leBlanch grabs Jones by the throat with both hands and lifts him up into the air before dropping him to the canvas.

    Jones desperately tries for a tag but Quinn grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Jones wins the exchange as well as the tag to Burlom. leBlanch fires off a Benoit-worthy snap suplex on Jones. leBlanch decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Quinn
    Burlom desperately tries for a tag but Quinn grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Burlom wins the exchange as well as the tag to Jones. Quinn decides this looks like a good time so he tags in leBlanch Clothesline, clothesline, clothesline! Quinn dishes out a series of clotheslines to Burlom. leBlanch sets up Burlom for a suplex, hooks the leg...oh my god he just dropped him on his head. Burlom desperately tries for a tag but leBlanch grabs him to stop him.

    Suplex by leBlanch, reversed into a front layout suplex from Jones. Jones desperately tries for a tag but leBlanch grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Jones wins the exchange as well as the tag to Burlom. leBlanch decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Quinn. Quinn locks in a sleeper but keeps turning so the ref can't see it, maybe because his forearm's across Burlom's throat. Ref catches him and forces Quinn to let go. Quinn argues with the referee allowing Burlom to catch him off guard with a school boy pin. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and Gentlemen the Brotherhood have been eliminated.

    Hardcore Hell jump up and down in celebrations before hugging each other. The continue to celebrate as if they have just won the titles. Quinn cant believe it.

    Lindsay Monahan: Next, being accompanied by Alexis, at a combined weight of 437 lbs, Daren Storm and Axl Storm, they are the Future.

    Hardcore Hell stop the celebrations when they realise it’s a gauntlet match meaning more teams.

    Waist lock by Axl Storm, countered by Burlom with a stiff elbow to the head. Sometimes all you need is a stiff elbow to the head. Go-behind by Daren Storm and he drops Burlom right on his head with a killer German suplex. He twists Jones's arm around a few times in an arm wringer before settling on a standing arm bar. Jones counters with a forearm smash to the face.

    Burlom decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Jones. Jones desperately tries for a tag but Axl Storm grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Jones wins the exchange as well as the tag to Burlom. Axl Storm decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Daren Storm. Jones gets sent into the buckle. Daren Storm throws a few shoulder thrusts and finishes up with a boot choke. Daren Storm pulls Jones into the middle of the ring for the Future Shock. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and Gentlemen, Hardcore Hell are eliminated. Next, at a combined weight of 545 lbs, making their tag team debut, the team of Steel and Top Dog.

    The first timers make their way confidently to the ring despite their poor win/loss records. Size goes a long way in thus business and these two have a lot of it on there side.

    Daren Storm jumps off the top at Top Dog with a double axe handle and nails him square between the eyes. Steel cinches in a bear hug on Daren Storm. Steel escapes with an elbow to the face. Steel with a running start and absolutely kills Axl Storm with a bulldog. He may have broken his nose there. Steel decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Top Dog. Top Dog plants Daren Storm with an impressive springboard Huarracanrana.

    Axl Storm sneaks up behind Steel and hurls him with a pump handle suplex. Snap mare takedown by Daren Storm and he drops a knee. Steel desperately tries for a tag but Daren Storm grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Steel wins the exchange as well as the tag to Top Dog. Steel lifts Daren Storm up and drops on his face with a flapjack.

    Axl Storm dodges the attack, causing Top Dog to stumble out of the ring. Axl Storm slides back in to restart the count and Top Dog follows. Daren Storm hooks up Top Dog for a fisherman suplex...no he decides to kill him dead with a fisherman buster instead. Wise choice. Skips past that whole "wear him down" thing. Top Dog desperately tries for a tag but Daren Storm grabs him to stop him.

    Arm wringer takedown by Daren Storm, who then hooks a head scissors submission on Steel. Steel makes the ropes. Daren Storm scoops up Steel for what looks to be a running power slam. Nope, shoulder breaker. Beautiful dropkick by Daren Storm nails Steel right "in the mush" as Bobby Heenan would say. Forearm smash by Daren Storm to the back of Steel's head. Daren Storm hit’s a reverse DDT followed by a pin. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: Steel and Top Dog have been eliminated. The Fourth team in this match weigh in at a combined 509 lbs, they consist of Eoghan O’Neill and Mike Rotch.

    Another first time pairing make their way to the ring looking to get their first ever wins in CWA and do it at the highest level.

    Rotch drapes Axl Storm over the middle rope and chokes him out. Axl Storm climbs up to the top. He's caught by O'Neill! Superplex! Axl Storm smacks O'Neill flush in the face with a European uppercut. Daren Storm decides this looks like a good time so he tags in Axl Storm. Irish whip by Axl Storm, and Rotch comes back with a high knee. O'Neill goes to the top and comes down with a flying clothesline on Daren Storm. His feet do NOT touch the ground first.

    Rotch hits a swinging Neckbreaker on Daren Storm. Daren Storm locks O'Neill in a side headlock. O'Neill bounces him off the ropes to break and connects with a clothesline. O'Neill ducks a punch and slips behind Daren Storm for a cobra clutch. Daren Storm drops down to allow Axl Storm to hit the Superkick. Axl Storm makes the pin. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: Mike Rotch and Eoghan O’Neill are eliminated. Next, at a combined weight of 530 lbs, they are….. Shaun Quinn and Frankie Enzo?

    Even Lindsay Monahan doesn’t seem to be able to figure out this odd pairing, especially since Quinn has already tried and failed tonight.

    Axl Storm and Enzo are each carefully sizing their opponents up. Now they are approaching each other, looks like this match is about to get rolling. Quinn pretty much killed Daren Storm dead with a Brainbuster. STF=Stepover-Toehold-Facelock. It also equals pain inflicted by Quinn on Axl Storm. Suplex by Enzo, reversed by Axl Storm into one of his own...no, wait Axl Storm just killed him dead with a screwdriver. Enzo locks Daren Storm in an octopus hold. Daren Storm escapes. Single-leg takedown by Daren Storm. He then drops a leg on Quinn's leg. Daren Storm desperately tries for a tag but Quinn grabs him to stop him. They exchange a series of punches and Daren Storm wins the exchange as well as the tag to Axl Storm.

    Quinn sends Axl Storm into the buckle and brings him back out with a monkey flip. Daren Storm counters Enzo's belly-to-belly with a series of head butts and lands one of his own. Single-leg takedown by Quinn. He then drops an elbow on Daren Storm's leg. Quinn gets back to his feet before Axl Storm hits him with a sunset flip. Axl Storm holds on for the pin. 1, 2, 3. Quinn has again been caught out by a quick pin attempt.

    Lindsay Monahan: Frankie Enzo and Shaun Quinn are eliminated. Ladies and Gentlemen, the final entrants in the gauntlet, at a combined weight of 313 lbs, the unbeaten duo of Hawk Bonsen and ToXic Rain.

    Bonsen and Rain know they got the best draw and are looking to continue their winning streak by becoming tag team champions tonight.

    Kick to the stomach, and Axl Storm hits Rain with a double underhook backbreaker. Daren Storm sweeps Rain's legs right out from under her. Axl Storm goes to the top and comes off with an elbow drop on Bonsen. Bonsen ducks Daren Storm's punch and slips behind for a waist lock into a release German suplex. Daren Storm desperately tries for a tag but Bonsen grabs him to stop him. Axl Storm locks Bonsen in a front face lock and falls forward for a reverse DDT.

    Bonsen charges at Daren Storm but only meets up with the bad end of a Samoan drop. Axl Storm kicks Rain's legs out from under her with a leg sweep. Rain grabs Daren Storm, then lands a side suplex. Knee to the stomach sets up a double-arm DDT by Rain on Daren Storm. Bonsen climbs up to the top. He's caught by Daren Storm! Ooh, wait Bonsen rains head butts and punches on him. It's gonna be a front layout superplex from Bonsen on Daren Storm.

    Knee to the gut and Bonsen plants Daren Storm with a gut wrench power bomb. Rolling fireman's carry slam by Daren Storm on Rain. Rain tosses Daren Storm over the top to the Canvas. Daren Storm ducks the clothesline and hits one of his own. Axl Storm chokes Rain in the corner which gets the referee’s attention. Alexis slides her boot into Daren Storm who doesn’t hesitate. Daren Storm drives the massive heel into the skull of Bonsen before tossing it back out to Alexis. Daren Storm covers Bonsen. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: Your winners, in 27 minutes, 31 seconds, and NEW CWA Tag Team Champions, Daren Storm and Axl Storm, the Future!

    The Future begin to celebrate in the ring along with Alexis but they will be alone in doing so. Following how they won the match, the fans seem to have turned away from the Future and towards the teaming of Bonsen and Rain who will have every right to claim they were screwed tonight. The Future, however, couldn’t care less as they are too wrapped up in celebrating.

    Next we see a short video package highlighting TJ Styles. TJ Styles will be making his CWA debut on Adrenaline Rush this week.

    The Future are backstage now with the CWA Tag Team Titles in one hand and a bottle of champagne in the other. This is going to be a long night for the new Champions as they head for the exits.

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and Gentlemen, the next contest this evening is scheduled for one fall, with a thirty minute time limit. Introducing first, from New York, weighing in at 245 lbs, he is known as the Future, Rich Stone.

    Rich Stone confidently makes his way to the ring following his big victory last week on Adrenaline Rush. Stone looks to continue his quest to become CWA Heavyweight Champion and a win tonight would put him in a nice position to get that chance.

    Lindsay Monahan: And his opponent, from Brooklyn, weighing in at 225 lbs, this, is Dmac.

    The relative newcomer to CWA looks to continue his good start but standing in his way is quite the challenge.

    Stone hops over Dmac's backdrop attempt and kills him with a stiff German suplex. Stone leaps up on Dmac and rolls him up into a crucifix. 1, 2...the crowd thought it was a 3, but obviously the ref didn't. Expect a gang-beating on the ref in the parking lot after the card tonight. Punch ducked by Dmac, who comes back with a savage kick on Stone. Knee to the gut and Dmac hits Stone with a gut wrench suplex. Dmac fireman carries Stone down to the ground.

    Dmac counters Stone's attempt to inflict further punishment with a corkscrew arm drag. Irish whip into the buckle and Stone follows Dmac in with a handspring back elbow. Stone thrashes Dmac with a roundhouse kick. That one had malicious intentions and violent undertones. Teenage Kicks is a great song. What? Ohh right, the match. Dmac counters Stone's attempt to inflict further punishment with a corkscrew arm drag.

    Jumping kick to Stone's head from Dmac. Vicious chop by Stone breaks the capillaries on Dmac's chest. Stone slips behind Dmac and locks in a cobra clutch...and then snaps off a vicious suplex out of it. Dmac throttles Stone with a two-handed choke. The ref forces a break. Dmac runs up from behind Stone and plants him with a face slam.

    Uh oh. Dmac locks Stone in for a figure four leg lock. Stone is pounding his fists down, writhing in pain. Wonder why that doesn't count as a tap out? Stone attempts to make the ropes...but Dmac really cinches it in. Stone looks like he's on the verge of a tap out...wait he's trying to turn him over, and he does! Dmac quickly releases the hold. Stone grabs Dmac by the throat with both hands and lifts him up into the air before dropping him to the canvas. Dmac twists Stone's arm for an arm wringer takedown. Drop toehold by Stone into a half Boston crab on Dmac. He continues to work that leg over. Dmac eventually makes it to the ropes. Rolling cross-arm breaker by Stone on Dmac. Rolled a bit too much actually and their momentum took them into the ropes. Stone grabs Dmac in a nerve hold but he quickly makes the ropes. Flying clothesline by Stone on Dmac. Whip into the ropes by Dmac. Stone comes back with a leg lariat.

    Punch, caught by Dmac. He twists Stone's arm around a few times in an arm wringer before settling on a standing arm bar. Stone counters with a forearm smash to the face. Stone catches a kick, spins Dmac around and hits a knee breaker...wait he decides to hold on for a knee lock submission. Dmac eventually makes the ropes. Dmac takes Stone's head off with a lariat. OK, I may have exaggerated a bit there. Wrestler's don't actually take other wrestler's heads off. What I meant to say was that he knocked his eyes out of their sockets with that one.

    Stone sneaks up behind Dmac and locks him in a hammerlock and slams him down on the arm. Reverse neckbreaker by Dmac on Stone. Stone locks in a nerve hold. When queried for a comment, Dmac said, "Ouch, ouch, ouch!!" Dmac eventually escaped, much to the delight of all. Stone takes Dmac down with a rudimentary body slam.

    Go-behind by Dmac and he throws Stone with a pump handle suplex. Go-behind by Dmac, and he nails Stone with a knee breaker. Whip into the ropes by Stone. He catches Dmac coming off the ropes with a sleeper. Dmac breaks with a series of elbows to the gut. Clothesline attempt by Stone, reversed to a crucifix...no wait Dmac floats over and drops him with a DDT. Stone whips Dmac into the ropes and misses with a clothesline. Dmac hit’s the D-Mark out of nowhere. Dmac contemplates the Revolutionizer but decides on a Pinfall instead. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: And the winner, in 28 minutes, 59 seconds, is Dmac!

    Another strong performance from both men results in time nearly expiring before Dmac was able to get a burst of energy and take Rich Stone down, and out. Stone gave it a good shot, but on this night, Dmac had a little bit more.

    Backstage now and we see CWA Owner Charles Anderson standing by with four unknown wrestlers. Anderson stands in the middle with two men on each side of him slightly behind him. Anderson goes on to announce that this is the first batch of students for CWA’s recently opened development camp. Anderson introduces the men one by one. They are Bret Storm, The Machine, Adam Brown, and Ruben Johns. Anderson then says all four men will be in action on Adrenaline Rush as they bid to start their careers off the right way.

    Before the Lightweight title match we see local hero and former CWA Lightweight Champion Dr. Jack Adams sitting in the front row.

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and Gentlemen, the next contest this evening is scheduled for one fall, with the CWA Lightweight Championship on the line. This match has a sixty minute time limit. Introducing first, from the Depths of Hell, weighing in at 219 lbs, he is accompanied by Demon Deeds, he is Shadow Equinox.

    The unknown and untested newcomer has the chance to make the entire world sit up and take notice as he goes one on one with one of the best in the business.

    Lindsay Monahan: And his opponent, he is the current, reigning and defending CWA Lightweight Champion, from Los Angelus, weighing in at 218 lbs, this is the Real Deal, Joey Nicholas.

    The champion makes his way to the ring and he looks to be in a foul mood following first his loss on Adrenaline Rush and second Shadow Equinox trying to blind him after it with the Black Mist. Nicholas is looking for revenge tonight.

    Punch missed by Equinox. Nicholas goes behind and gets him in a full nelson. After about a minute and a half, Nicholas lets go. Sneaking up from behind, Equinox hooks Nicholas into a dragon sleeper. After a few minutes Equinox lets go to work on him some more. Nicholas takes Equinox down with a fireman's carry. Whip into the ropes by Nicholas and he catches Equinox coming back with a rolling half Boston crab. Nicholas leans back for extra pressure...maybe a bit too far back as Equinox hits an eye gouge and modified neckbreaker to break the hold. Sneaking up from behind, Equinox hooks Nicholas in a cobra clutch, then flings him backward in a suplex. Equinox knocks Nicholas out of the ring. Nicholas attempts a suplex, reversed by Equinox, who grabs a leg and turns it into a fisherman. 1,2, kick-out.

    Equinox rams Nicholas's skull into the ground. Nicholas bound up to the top. He's looking for a....scratch that, Equinox has caught up with him. Will we being a superplex? Equinox gets lifted back into the ring by Nicholas.
    Sneaking up from behind, Nicholas hooks Equinox in a cobra clutch, then flings him backward in a suplex. Nicholas knocks Equinox out of the ring. Flying clothesline by Equinox on Nicholas. Punch caught by Nicholas, segued nicely into a head-and-arm suplex.

    Nicholas gets lifted back into the ring by Equinox. Equinox nails Nicholas with a running forearm smash. Nicholas bound up to the top. He's looking for a....scratch that, Equinox has caught up with him. Will we being a superplex? Well, yes, but of the front-layout variety by Nicholas on Equinox. Equinox fireman carries Nicholas down to the ground.

    Nicholas knocks Equinox out of the ring. Nicholas nails Equinox with a clothesline and hits him with another from behind when he gets up. Equinox up to the top and comes down on Nicholas with a flying axe handle.

    Facebuster by Nicholas. He's setting up Equinox...yep it's a bow-and-arrow submission attempt. It doesn't look like Nicholas has it hooked in too well and Equinox doesn't look about to submit at all. Nicholas drops it and goes for a move he can execute better. Nicholas lands a dropkick on Equinox. Nice elevation there. Nicholas slips behind Equinox and locks in a cobra clutch...and then snaps off a vicious suplex out of it. Equinox gets lifted back into the ring by Nicholas.

    Snap mare by Equinox, leading into a head scissor on Nicholas. Nicholas makes it back to his feet and drops Equinox down in an Electric Chair Drop. Elbow drop by Nicholas on Equinox. Nicholas reels off a series of corkscrew arm drags on Equinox. Rolling cross-arm breaker by Nicholas on Equinox. Rolled a bit too much actually and their momentum took them into the ropes. Swinging neckbreaker by Nicholas on Equinox. Nicholas lands several kicks to Equinox's thigh. Sneaking up from behind, Nicholas drills Equinox with a vicious release German suplex. Nicholas catches Equinox flush in the face with a leg lariat.

    Savage kick to Nicholas's face by Equinox. Vicious European uppercut by Nicholas on Equinox. Equinox hoists Nicholas up onto his shoulders and sends him crashing back down with a Death Valley Driver. Nicholas knocks Equinox out of the ring. Equinox climbs aboard Nicholas and locks him in a camel clutch. Seeing the crowd heading for the bathrooms, Equinox lets go...hopefully for some more exciting offence. Nicholas gets lifted back into the ring by Equinox.

    Irish whip into the ropes, Equinox hops over Nicholas's backdrop attempt and nails him with a full nelson face slam. Nicholas gets nailed by a short-arm clothesline from Nicholas. Nicholas bounds up to the top and catches Equinox up there. Belly-to-belly superplex! Equinox spins on Nicholas's shoulders and takes him down with a Huarracanrana. Equinox hits Nicholas square in the face with a forearm.

    Equinox lunges at Nicholas with a head butt to the gut. Nicholas nails Equinox with a punch to the body. Equinox scoops up Nicholas and lands a side suplex. Equinox takes Nicholas down with a fireman's carry. Knee to the stomach sets up a power bomb by Nicholas. Equinox got planted.

    Go-behind by Equinox...ooh Nicholas's "trick knee" acted up on him again. Equinox collapses like a sack of potatoes (or some other tired cliché). Arm wringer takedown on Nicholas by Equinox, followed by a cross-arm breaker. Nicholas reaches the ropes. Nicholas nails Equinox with a flapjack and then locks in a bow-and arrow. Equinox attempts to bite at the ropes with his teeth but doesn't have a long enough neck. If he had a giraffe for a grandpa he'd have made it out. Nicholas eventually drops the hold. Equinox whips Nicholas into the ropes and up into the air with a backdrop. Nice elevation! Snap mare on Equinox sets up a running neck snap by Nicholas. Equinox sneaks up behind Nicholas and hurls him with a pump handle suplex.

    Equinox comes up behind Nicholas and slaps his hands to Nicholas's ears for a sadistic blow. Clothesline attempt by Nicholas, reversed to a crucifix...no wait Equinox floats over and drops him with a DDT. Equinox drives Nicholas's face into the mat.

    Nicholas hooks up Equinox for a pump handle slam. Whipped into the ropes, Nicholas catches Equinox and throws him down hard with a sidewalk slam. Nicholas goes low to take out Equinox. Bulldog on Nicholas. Leg grapevine by Equinox. Nicholas makes it to the ropes. Suplex countered by Nicholas into a suplex of his own...no wait he dropped Equinox on his head with a brainbuster. Punch, caught by Equinox. He twists Nicholas's arm around a few times in an arm wringer before taking him down with an arm bar. Nicholas quickly reaches the ropes.

    Off the ropes and caught! Equinox hits Nicholas with a wrenching overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Nicholas whips Equinox into the ropes and catches him on the way back with a Franken Steiner. Equinox charges at Nicholas but only meets up with the bad end of a Samoan drop. Front face lock by Equinox on Nicholas. He eventually lets up.

    Equinox stuns Nicholas with a kick to the head, bounces off the ropes and comes back with a handspring back elbow. Dropkick onto the middle rope by Nicholas. He proceeds to choke out Equinox with that middle rope. Equinox hooks in a bear hug, countered by Nicholas with a head butt that'll keep their heads ringin'. Ding ding dong, ring-a-ling-ding dong. Sneaking up from behind, Equinox hooks Nicholas in a cobra clutch, then flings him backward in a suplex.

    Equinox ducks the clothesline. Elbow to the back and he locks Nicholas in for a gut wrench suplex. Nicholas goes up top and drives Equinox down into the ground with a flying bulldog. Equinox wraps up Nicholas in a crucifix. A bit sloppy and Nicholas kicks out on 1.

    Equinox pretty much killed Nicholas dead with a brainbuster. Nicholas takes Equinox's head off with a lariat. OK, I may have exaggerated a bit there. Wrestler's don't actually take other wrestler's heads off. What I meant to say was that he knocked his eyes out of their sockets with that one. Whip into the ropes by Equinox and he follows Nicholas in with a high knee. Equinox nails Nicholas with an inverted atomic drop that allegedly attacked the base of the spine, but I'd beg to differ. I guess if you're gonna work a body part, work one that's sure to take damage quicker. Just hope we don't see any submission's to follow up on that one. Equinox with a quick shot to Nicholas's gut.

    Nicholas sets Equinox up on the top buckle and climbs up to the 2nd himself for an overhead belly-to-belly superplex. Kick by Nicholas, reversed to an enzigouri by Equinox. Vicious European uppercut by Equinox on Nicholas. Suplex by Equinox, reversed into a front layout suplex from Nicholas. Punch, ducked by Nicholas. Go-behind and he drills Equinox with a vicious German suplex.

    Equinox with a running start and absolutely kills Nicholas with a bulldog. He may have broken his nose there. Equinox ducks the clothesline. Elbow to the back and he locks Nicholas in for a gut wrench suplex. Arm wringer takedown by Equinox, who then hooks a head scissors submission on Nicholas. Nicholas makes the ropes. Sneaking up from behind, Nicholas locks in a full nelson...scratch that, full nelson face slam on Equinox. Nicholas off the ropes, Equinox sprays the Black Mist at Nicholas but misses. Nicholas ducks it and spins Equinox around before he hit’s the Deal breaker. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: Your winner in 41 minutes and 12 seconds, and STILL CWA Lightweight Champion, Joey Nicholas!

    Nicholas has achieved what he set out to do tonight by not only retaining his title, but giving his opponent a tough beating in the process. Nicholas waits for Equinox to get back to his knees before delivering a stiff kick to the side of the head of his opponent to floor his once again.

    A short video package is played which showcases the intense rivalry between the two men in our Main Event tonight. Roberto and Ultimate Pain. We see both men make winning starts in CWA before Roberto defeated Ultimate Pain at Uprising to become the first ever CWA Heavyweight Champion. The video continues to show Roberto getting beat down by Pain and his cronies before demanding a Steel Cage match tonight. The video ends with a tense stare down between the two men.

    Lindsay Monahan: Ladies and Gentlemen, the following contest is a Steel Cage match scheduled for one fall, with a sixty minute time limit and is your CWA In Exile Main Event. Introducing first, from Detroit, weighing in at 246 lbs, he is the number one contender, The Ultimate Pain.

    Ultimate Pain slowly makes his way to the ring with a determined look on his face. He doesn’t need to be told just how much is riding on this one.

    Lindsay Monahan: And his opponent, from Los Angelus, weighing in at 225 lbs, he is the current, reigning and defending CWA Heavyweight Champion, Roberto!

    The Most popular man in CWA makes his usual spectacular entrance being sure to greet every single fan during his entrance routine. Perhaps this has played a part in his good performances since debuting in CWA.

    Death Valley Driver by Pain makes Roberto a semi-permanent part of the canvas. Pain lands a dropkick on Roberto. Nice elevation there. Clothesline, clothesline, clothesline! Roberto dishes out a series of clotheslines to Pain. Pain sends Roberto into the ropes and catches him on the way back with a sleeper that looks a tad suspicious. That might just be a choke sleeper. Roberto drops for a jawbreaker, next best thing to a trouble-shooting ref in this situation.

    Roberto hooks a nerve hold on Pain. After surveying the crowd and realizing he's just sent half the crowd to the concession stands, Roberto decides to release the hold and pick up the pace. Roberto jumps up and kicks Pain square in the head.

    Front face lock by Roberto into a leaping DDT on Pain. Roberto climbs to the top rope and gets knocked off, this fight has moved to the ring apron. Pain sneaks up behind Roberto and hurls him with a pump handle suplex. Beautiful standing Franken Steiner by Roberto on Pain. If the early 90's Scott Steiner travelled to the future, he'd be proud of that one. Roberto with a hotshot on Pain into the side of the cage.

    Pain will be reeling from that shot for a while. Roberto and Pain exchange a series of fists, ending with a clothesline back into the ring. Roberto comes up from behind Pain and scores a Russian leg sweep. Dropkick takes down Roberto. Pain bounds to the top and connects with a senton bomb. Roberto catches Pain's kick and takes him down. He proceeds to lock in a leg scissors, but Pain escapes quickly. Pain hit’s a DDT and begins to climb the cage.

    Pain reaches the top of the cage and takes a second to taunt. Pain flies off the top with a cross body block, but misses badly! Roberto attempts to choke Pain out. Damn the ref broke it up just when it was getting good. Roberto nails Pain with a running forearm smash. Roberto ducks out of the ring and onto the ring apron; Roberto follows him out as well. Roberto with a hotshot on Pain into the side of the cage.

    Roberto will be reeling from that shot for a while. Roberto scoops up Pain and lands a fall away slam. Pain catches Roberto coming off the ropes with a claw hold. Easily countered by Roberto with a kick to the stomach. Roberto takes Pain down with a suplex and waits for him to get up. When he sits up, Roberto hits him with a running neck snap.

    Pain locks a double arm bar submission in on Roberto, but Roberto escapes. Roberto scoops Pain off his feet and delivers a backbreaker, holding on for maximum effect. Pain doubles Roberto over with a knee to the gut and follows with a crisp knee-lift. Pain and Roberto exchange a series of fists; ending with a clothesline. Kick to the stomach by Roberto sets up a spinning gut wrench power bomb. That took a lot out of Pain. Roberto begins his ascent up the cage wall.

    Pain catches Roberto climbing the cage and pulls him back down to the ring. Knee to the stomach sets up a double-arm DDT by Pain on Roberto. Dropkick to the knee by Pain. He's dissecting Roberto's knee, in a science-experiment-sort-of-way.

    Irish whip into the ropes by Pain. He catches Roberto coming back around with a sleeper. Roberto reverses to a belly-to-back suplex to break. Roberto smacks Pain flush in the face with a European uppercut. Pain nails Roberto with a running forearm smash. Punch, caught by Roberto. He twists Pain's arm around for an arm wringer. A couple elbows from Pain, later, and the hold is released. Reverse neckbreaker by Pain on Roberto.

    Punch, blocked and countered by Pain into a full nelson. Pain turns a bit then decides to slam Roberto down to the ground. Pain grabs Roberto for a bear hug...no wait belly-to-belly suplex. Pain plants Roberto with a side suplex.

    Pain hits Roberto with a knee breaker...wait he's not done. Make that four knee breakers...and he's still not done. He rides him down to the canvas for a knee lock submission. Pain holds on for a few minutes before letting go. Pain charges at Roberto but only meets up with the bad end of a Samoan drop. Wicked snap suplex by Roberto on Pain just about takes the paint off the canvas. Roberto and Pain exchange a series of fists.

    Facebuster by Pain. He's setting up Roberto...yep it's a bow-and-arrow submission attempt. It doesn't look like Pain has it hooked in too well and Roberto doesn't look about to submit at all. Pain drops it and goes for a move he can execute better. Pain goes to the Roberto's eyes. Good sound strategy. You can't hit what you can't see. Pain grates Roberto's face into the side of the cage.

    Roberto stumbles around and is clothselined back over the top rope and into the ring. Pain nails Roberto with a clothesline and hits him with another from behind when he gets up. Pain and Roberto exchange a series of fists. Roberto fires off a Benoit-worthy snap suplex on Pain. Roberto and Pain exchange a series of fists; ending with a clothesline. Sneaking up from behind, Pain hooks Roberto into a dragon sleeper. After a few minutes Pain lets go to work on him some more.

    Pain goes low to take out Roberto. Roberto renders Pain's brain cells scrambled with a jumping kick to the head. Pain begins to climb the cage but Roberto catches Pain climbing the cage and pulls him back down to the ring.

    Roberto gets lifted off the mat by Pain in a two-handed choke and dropped back down just as fast. Pain works over Roberto's shoulder some more with a shoulder breaker. Pain grates Roberto's face into the side of the cage, Roberto will be sore in the morning.

    Go-behind by Pain, and he nails Roberto with a knee breaker. DDT lays out Pain. Roberto bounces off the near rope and hits a big splash. Roberto renders Pain's brain cells scrambled with a jumping kick to the head. Go-behind by Roberto and he drops Pain right on his head with a killer German suplex.

    Clothesline by Pain, reversed into a crucifix DDT by Roberto. Roberto climbs to the top rope and gets knocked off. Roberto takes Pain's head off with a lariat. Pain is stunned but still manages to exchange punches. Roberto plants Pain with a bulldog.

    Roberto climbs to the top rope and gets knocked off. Pain kicks Roberto in the temple before hitting the Ulti-Bomb out of nowhere. Pain makes the cover. 1, 2, 3.

    Lindsay Monahan: And your winner and NEW CWA Heavyweight Champion, in 50 minutes and 01 second, is The Ultimate Pain!

    Ultimate Pain remains on top of Roberto as he couldn’t stand up if he wanted to after that match. It takes several minutes of recovery before he can start his celebrations and his title reign. We are shown a replay package of the main event in which we crowned a new Heavyweight Champion. After the video package we see the new champion atop the cage with his title belt in hand raised in victory. Roberto meanwhile needs to be helped backstage despite his protests that he can manage by himself.
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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    God damn my team lost.
    Shit, I really need to start promoing..like..badly.





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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Promo from now on Bon you nub.

    Great show Daren.

    P.S. Yuuuuuuuush, new Champion, woot!

    And he scores goals...!




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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Congrats on the win Dmac my promo was crap wasnt expecting to win



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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Fun show, God. Grats to the winners and the new champ!


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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    O_O Stevo ftw?

    Congrats on promoing!


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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    No appearance from the hometown hero?
    All in all great PPV
    Shocking end with UP winning!







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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Quote Originally Posted by Paid Laid Made View Post
    No appearance from the hometown hero?
    All in all great PPV
    Shocking end with UP winning!
    I was going to but didn't have much time to write. :-(


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    Re: CWA In Exile - April 8th 2009 - Live from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Unlucky Sonic, but that's another win for me.
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