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Championship Wrestling Experience is proud to present their yearly tradition of wrestling excellence, Culmination III : A New Tradition, on Friday, July 31st, 2009 from The Wedge Nightclub. The Wedge is located at 1743 S Raccoon Road in Austintown, Ohio. The doors to the event open at 6:30pm and the event begins promptly at 7:30pm. Tickets are available in advance for $10 at all Havana House locations and online at www.officialcwe.com. Tickets will be sold at the door the day of the show for $12. Now onto the card for this historic event:
RYAN MITCHELL FINALLY GETS HIS HANDS ON SCOTTIE GASH!
At Path of Destruction II, The Bouncer was scheduled to get a shot at the CWE Undisputed Title. He had been injured earlier in the week, however. This caused Ryan Mitchell to come out and challenge Patrick Hayes for his shot at the title. Hayes took advantage of a distraction from Krystal Frost to attack Mitchell from behind. In the end, as Mitchell was about to hit The Steel Curtain and probably win the CWE Undisputed Title, an unknown wrestler ran from the back and attacked Mitchell, causing Hayes to be DQed. This wrestler was later revealed to be none other than Scottie Gash. The next month saw Gash and Hayes team to take on Facade and Mitchell. Gash and Mitchell couldn’t make it to the end of their match, as they brawled on the outside of the ring while Facade pinned Hayes. Finally, at One Step Closer II, Gash waited until the perfect time to attack Mitchell from behind and set up what is looking to be one of the most heated matches on the entire card. Will “The Spotlight” continue to shine in the CWE, or will Mitchell have his long awaited revenge?
THE BOUNCER AND TINA TEAM UP TO TAKE ON HOBO JOE AND ANGEL DUST!
The Bouncer has had a banner year in the CWE, with his only down point being at One Step Closer II when he and Tina were attacked by Hobo Joe and Angel Dust. Hobo Joe has had a lackluster ye… well.. career, and it has apparently gotten to the dumpster dweller to the point that he has snapped. More shocking and unexpected was Angel Dust attacking Tina from behind. When Angel Dust spoke to CWE management, she voiced her discouragement to being ignored and not given the opportunities she deserves. Bouncer and Tina shortly after came to management and demanded that Angel Dust and Hobo Joe wrestle them at Culmination. What other choice did management have? The match is set for Culmination III : The Bouncer and Tuff Tina against Hobo Joe and Angel Dust!
PATRICK HAYES DEFENDS THE CWE UNDISPUTED TITLE AGAINST MICHAEL FACADE IN A LAST MAN STANDING MATCH!
In an overlooked match on the card at Culmination II, Patrick Hayes defeated Michael Facade. This was not after Facade on numerous occassions had Hayes pinned, and poised for his first ever loss in the CWE. Hayes followed with an assault on Facade after he defeated Chris LeRusso at Decimation. Then things changed. For the first time, these two hungry, young athletes pushed their way through the pack, and up to the top. Patrick Hayes received his first shot at the CWE Undisputed Title against Shiima Xion at Two Years Later. While he subsequently was defeated, this match goes down as one of the best matches in the history of the company. Facade worked his way through Marion Fontaine, Chris LeRusso and Ryan Burke at the same event to gain the last entry in the next months battle royal. Fast forward, Hayes, Fontaine and Facade are the final men in said battle royal. Because of an assault to Gregory Iron early, Hayes was distracted when the handicapped superstar made an appearance after being taped up in the back. This caused Hayes to be eliminated, and the end result was Facade winning the match and having a title shot on his terms whenever he wanted. Then the unthinkable happened: Patrick Hayes defeated Xion to win the CWE Undisputed Title at March Madness. Hayes made his first defense of the title at Path of Destruction II against Ryan Mitchell. Just when it would seem as if Mitchell would hit Hayes with the Steel Curtain and pick up the victory, Scottie Gash made his debut and stopped that from becoming a reality. The two double teamed Mitchell until Facade made the save. The next month, the new found friends took part in a tag team match. Hayes and Gash tried their best to eliminate Mitchell and Facade. Gash and Mitchell ended up brawling to the outside, while Hayes hit a sequence of brainbusters on Facade. Rather than hit the frogsplash and take the pin, Hayes got cocky, and played with Facade too long, and when he went for Hazed and Confused, Facade reversed out into the Arishikage Driver and was able to pin Hayes, being only the second person in the history of the company to do this. This not only set off Hayes, but also made a startling impact to CWE management. At One Step Closer II, the announcement was made that the winner of the Facade/Burke match would receive a CWE Undisputed Title shot. Facade made the best of his opportunity, and won the match, setting the stage for his match with Hayes at Culmination III. To make things even more interesting, Facade has demanded that this match be held under last man standin rules, as a response to all the times Hayes has attacked him from behind and laid him out. Last man standing rules state that a wrestler only loses when he is downed and can not answer a ten count. Facade has raised the stakes in this match, but with good reason. “Sweet & Sour” Larry Sweeney. Shiima Xion. Can Facade join the list of the men who left Culmination with their newly found prize, or will Hayes remain on his throne as the king of the CWE?
KEVIN BRADWAY SEEKS REVENGE ON RAYMOND ROWE WITH THE NECRO BUTCHER!
It all started for Kevin Bradway at Two Years Later, after he managed to become the last man standing in the 10 man Survivor Series style match. Instantaneously, this went to his head, and he began to make brash claims about being the toughest man in the CWE. This raised the ire of Raymond Rowe at Battle Lines, and he confronted Bradway about his claims and challenged him to a match. Bradway was destroyed in quick order. This whole thing was over… or so we thought. Bradway later used his cunning to eliminate Rowe from the battle royal, and again, began running his mouth about running Raymond Rowe out of CWE. This continued for several months, until Rowe appeared from the darkness, and attacked Bradway, costing him the gauntlet match to Ryan Mitchell. Later that night, Bradway made an unwanted appearence during Rowe’s match with Burke. Using the assitance of powder, Bradway was able to cause Rowe a loss to Burke. There were no other options: Rowe and Bradway needed to square off. At Bedlam Brawl the match took place, and again, Rowe destroyed Bradway. He didn’t stop there. After the match was over, Rowe continued his assault on Bradway, giving him a beating he would not soon forget. Unfortunately for Rowe, Bradways beating was so severe that after speaking with private attorney, Attorney Richtenstein, Bradway was prepared to file legal action, both civil and criminal, against Rowe. Richtenstein contacted CWE officials, and determined to keep the incident with Rowe as minimal as possible, management caved into two of Bradways demands. The first of which was for Rowe to be suspended for 60 days, beginning the day of the assault, and ending at Culmination III. The second was that Bradway was to be able to select Rowe’s opponent for Culmination. After running through a series of possible opponents, Bradway selected the one man who could possibly stop Rowe in his steps. That man is none other than the Necro Butcher. Necro has been through some of the most violent and bloody matches in the history of the sport. He will be making his CWE debut at Culmination against Rowe. Is this finally the end for Rowe, or will Rowe prove that he is the toughest man in the sport?
FRANCHISE PLAYERS AND JOHNNY GARGANO TAKE ON BROMANCE FOR THE CWE TAG TEAM TITLES!
The Franchise Players overcame all possible obstacles when they defeated Straight Jacket Mafia for the CWE Tag Team Titles in a 2/3 Falls match at Path of Destruction II. At that very same show, Nickie Valentino convinced Shawn Blaze to turn against his partner Marcus Knight in order to take part in something that would shake the world of professional wrestling. They promised the greatest team ever to be formally announced at Bedlam Brawl. The event came around, and sure enough, everything came full circle as Marion Fontaine, Blaze and Valentino came together to form the team known simply as Bromance. This, as they explained, was to be the biggest thing in the history of professional wrestling. Unfortunately for them, they were immediately overshadowed by the tag team technical masterpiece that took place later in the evening between the Players and Johnny Gargano and Shiima Xion, collectively known as Double Barrel Terror. Bromance didn’t take long to respond. At the end of the match, all three members of the team rushed to ringside and made their presence known, and possibly costed Johnny and Shiima the gold at the same time. Challenged were laid down all around, and the stage was set for One Step Closer II. At that event, Gargano was able to defeat Fontaine. Later in the night, Fontaine got involved in the Tag Team Title match, and caused the Players to get counted out and allowed Bromance to pick up the win via countout. All six men brawled to the back, and ultimately the decision was made that this all needed to be settled, and it would be settled at Culmination III. The tag team titles are on the line in this one. Gargano has forsaken his chance at winning that gold to get his hands on Bromance. At Culmination III, there will be resolution.
RYAN BURKE LOOKS FOR REVENGE AT JIMMY DEMARCO!
Ryan Burke is another of the young guns in the CWE who have been on a hot streak as of late. After gaining victories against Raymond Rowe and Colin Delaney, Burke seemed to be at the point of his career where he would breakout. He even got the opportunity to wrestle against Facade in a match where the winner would go on to wrestle for the Undisputed Title at Culmination. While he did come up short in that match, what happened afterword ended up being the big story of the evening. Jimmy DeMarco, never having appeared before in the CWE, ran from the back, and attacked Burke. After laying him out with a stiff lariat, DeMarco proceeded to make a point that he was in the CWE for serious business. Only minutes after this took place, the match was signed for Culmination III. Will Burke add DeMarco’s name to his growing list of casulties, or will DeMarco make a bang in his debut for the CWE?
MANY MORE MATCHES TO BE ADDED AS THE WEEKS PASS INCLUDING SUPERSTARS SUCH AS GREGORY IRON, LOUIS LYNDON, KUSHIDA YUJIRO, LA GUNZ, JACK VERVILLE, SEAN DAHMER, JC SLICK AND MORE OF YOUR FAVORITE CWE SUPERSTARS!
Remember once again Championship Wrestling Experience is proud to present their yearly tradition of wrestling excellence, Culmination III : A New Tradition, on Friday, July 31st, 2009 from The Wedge Nightclub. The Wedge is located at 1743 S Raccoon Road in Austintown, Ohio.. The doors to the event open at 6:30pm and the event begins promptly at 7:30pm. Tickets are available in advance for $10 at all Havana House locations and online at www.officialcwe.com. Tickets will be sold at the door the day of the show for $12. Experience the best. Experience entertainment!
Championship Wrestling Experience is a professional wrestling company located out of Youngstown, Ohio, that has been in exsitence since January 2007. Championship Wrestling Experience has featured such international talent such as Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Jerry Lynn, Petey Williams, Colin Delaney, Chris Sabin, Chris Hero, Claudio Castagnoli and Matt Cross. CWE has also used many of the up and coming talents in the country such as “The Deviant” Michael Hutter, “The Upgrade” Tyrone Evans, Sami Callihan, Shiima Xion, Johnny Gargano and Raymond Rowe. Championship Wrestling Experience also utilizes outstanding local talent such as Patrick Hayes, Ryan Burke, Kevin Bradway, The Franchise Players and LA Gunz.