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CWF Mid-Atlantic on June 16, ''ChickFight'' press release, and IWS news

Reported by Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
On Friday, June 15, 2007 at 1:32 AM EST

Metal sent this in:

CWF Mid-Atlantic Presents:
ABSOLUTE JUSTICE(TV Taping)

June 16, 2007 - Saturday at 7:30pm
Carolina Sports Arena - Burlington, NC
Doors open at 6:30pm

Titles vs. Titles vs. Titles vs. Career
Ric Converse & Xsiris
AWA World Tag Team Champions
vs.
Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride & Tank Lawson
AWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Champions
vs.
Joey Silvia & "Simply" Steve Greene
AWA Mid-Atlantic Hwt. & AWA Mid-Atlantic Television Champions
vs.
Neon Lions - Chris Collins & Lee Valiant
Careers on the line

Prison Yard Match
Barbwire, Billy Clubs, Handcuffs & Tasers all Legal!
Kamakazi Kid vs. Gemini Kid


Brad Dykens of OnlineWorldofWrestling.com passed this along:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

ChickFight's New Theme Song Pumps Up Strong Women!

Black Pants Incorporated and Breaking Records Music Announce New
Partnership.

More...

SAN FRANSISCO, California, June 9, 2007 - Black Pants Incorporated is elated to announce a new partnership with the Breaking Records Music label! Breaking Records has provided the hit, "Victory," for ChickFight's new theme song. "Victory" is peppy yet raw sports anthem with a heavy baseline that's performed by Lourds Lane (who also fronts the rock band LOURDS). The new theme song further underscores ChickFight's tough, femme-positive attitude. We are looking forward to bringing more Breaking Records tracks to ChickFight and all of the BlackPants Projects. Be sure to check out a sample track at: http://www.breakingrecordsmusic.com/artists/lourds_lane/

Since 2004, the ChickFight franchise has promoted a total of eight unique professional wrestling tournaments featuring an all-female cast. The competitors, often imported from countries all over the world, supply fans with a healthy dose of high impact, bone-crunching, muscle stretching in-ring combat. "There's nothing else on the market like ChickFight," remarked fan and supporter Daniel Tucker during intermission of a recent ChickFight event. "The live show is awesome and the DVD product is unmatched."

Women's professional wrestling has been damaged by the product currently seen on televisions across the United States and Canada on Mondays and Fridays. Due to this decline, there is a high demand for serious female professional wrestling. "These girls are not the usual T and A we've been brainwashed to expect," explains ChickFight production manager Chris Kelsey. "They are well trained athletes who live with the bumps and bruises of a very physical in-ring style. It brings a bit of reality back to an industry that has been spoiled by the stigma of being fake."

"It's a match made in heaven," commented BPI CEO Jason Deadrich. "We take our production very seriously. This relationship with Breaking Records will enhance the ChickFight experience for our fans." Black Pants looks forward to a lengthy relationship with the band LOURDS, Lourds Lane and Breaking Records.


IWS sent this in:

*Get The Birthday Cake Ready!*

One of our fans – one of the hardcore soldiers of the IWS - has a recipe for chocolate cake with thumbtack icing. We had better get one of those suckers ready, because this Saturday, June 16th, the International Wrestling Syndicate celebrates its’ Eighth Birthday.

That is eight years of tables, ladders and chairs; eight years of thumb tacks, barbed wire and light tubes; eight years of bumps, bruises and blood; eight years of stories, fables and legends; eight years of wrestling.

We started at Wally’s on June 17th, 1999. We were called “Le Fed Canadian Tire” and no one in Quebec gave us a chance. Now we are known around the world as the home of Pierre Carl Ouellet, Kevin Steen and El Generico; the only Canadian fed to ever do a show in the ECW arena; the first Canadian fed to have its own PPV; the promotion where Sid Vicious returned to wrestling; the Canadian home of hardcore wrestling.

We are celebrating this Saturday with the biggest six man tag match we have ever had - pitting our Champion Viking and our two resident stars of ROH, Kevin Steen and the PWG Champion El Generico, against three of the best veteran heavyweights that Quebec has ever produced: Pierre Carl Ouellet, Brick Crawford and the Number One Contender to Viking’s title, “Paranoid” Jake Matthews.

And in a very special, very hardcore main event, the Hardcore Ninjaz will be defending their IWS Tag Team Titles against the man they scarred with a barbed wire chair, the Green Phantom and his partner Sexxxy Eddy in a NO ROPES BARBED WIRE MATCH.

Come witness the violence inherent in the system. Come celebrate eight years of the best in hardcore wrestling. Come and be a hardcore soldier of the I – W – S.

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Scheduled for *Body Count 2007*:

Jimmy K. vs. Shayne Hawke

Super Smash Brothers (Player Uno and Stupefied) vs. SLI 2007 (Fred la Merveille and Kenny the Bastard)

EXesS and Tomassino vs.ALF Champion Stefany Sinclair and a partner of her choice.

*IWS Canadian Title Match*:
Maxime Boyer vs./IWS Canadian Champion/ Dan Paysan

*Bogey’s Street Fight*:
Beef Wellington vs. Kid Kamikaze
/If Beef wins, Hi-5 stays together and BFF Beef and Kid K have to get matching tattoos. If Kid Kamikaze wins, Hi-5 split up forever./

*Six Man Tag*:
Pierre-Carl Ouellet, /IWS Number One Contender/ “Paranoid” Jake Matthews and Brick Crawford
vs.
“Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen and /PWG Champion/ El Generico and /IWS Champion/ Viking

*IWS Tag Team Title Match - NO ROPES BARBED WIRE*:
Scarred and Sexxxy (The Green Phantom and Sexxxy Eddy)
vs.
/IWS Tag Team Champions/ The Hardcore Ninjaz

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Last month at *Scarred For Life 2007*, the toilet-skirt wearing goth weirdo Jimmy K made his debut and the IWS fans demanded his return. One wrestler not too happy with Monsieur K’s sudden success is our resident red-headed shit-disturber Shayne Hawke. Mr. Persecution Complex is outraged that he took one IWS show off to star at CHIKARA and the fans found someone new to cheer for, so he has decided to give the K-man a proper IWS welcome by beating the crap out of him… or at least trying to.

/Maybe someone should tell Shayne Hawke that no one was cheering for him BEFORE he left, so it is not like Jimmy K stole his spot or anything./

After Stupefied’s solo star turn at *Scarred For Life 2007* he reunites with his Super Smash Brother, Player Uno, for some eight bit flippy fun against the newly formed SLI 2007 with Fred la Merveille and one of the IWS’ outstanding high flyers Kenny the Bastard.

Last month, Association de Lutte Feminin Champion Stefany Sinclair took another beating from the IWS resident bully EXesS, but unlike *Violent Valentine 2007*, she rallied to win her David vs. Goliath match. In retaliation, EXesS went out to recruit a true giant to tag with im: his protégé, his student, the hulking Tomassino, absent from the IWS since being fired by IWS Owner PCP Crazy F’N Manny almost a year ago. Everyone expected Stefany to name Justin White as her partner for the match after he helped her beat EXesS, but he is injured. Stefany has promised her fans that she has found someone willing and able to even the odds against EXesS and Tomassino.

After ROH stars, Kevin Steen and El Generico, arguably the two most popular IWS stars outside of Quebec are Maxime Boyer and the IWS Canadian Champion Dan Paysan. The two men have fought each other all over Quebec, Ontario and the United States with Boyer emerging triumphant in the States and Paysan winning in Canada, but the two men have never fought in the IWS. This month, they face off again, but suddenly, all of their previous matches have become just warm-ups. Both men perform at their best in front of the IWS fans. Both men hate to lose at home. And this time they are fighting for gold, the IWS Canadian Championship that Dan Paysan has defended so often and so well and that Maxime Boyer so desperately wants.

It should come as no surprise that Beef Wellington’s first ever professional wrestling match was against Kid Kamikaze. Also, not much of a surprise that Double K won that match. Over the years, these two men have been the best of friends, BFF in fact, but also the best of rivals. While Beef Wellington has arguably had the more successful career, Kid Kamikaze is the one opponent that he has never had success against. This month in their most important match ever, Beef fights for the very future of their tag team partnership together. If Beef wins, Hi-5 remains united as a team and the two men will get matching tattoos. If Kid Kamikaze wins, as far as he is concerned, Hi-5 splits forever.

/Keep in mind here that when Kid Kamikaze says forever, he means a time significantly longer than a Terry Funk retirement. Remember that he beat Beef Wellington at *Blood, Sweat and Beers 2003* in a “Loser Leaves Westmount” and Beef is still not allowed to return to Westmount. (I understand that Kid Kamikaze does make an exception for Hannukah, but only if Beef gives him half the loot.)/

In addition to the huge six man tag match and the hate-filled NO ROPES BARBED WIRE MATCH main event and the matches mentioned above, expect Twiggy to have something to say about the forced retirement of his tag team partner Pornstar Juan. Also scheduled to be present are Jagged and Shane Matthews, formerly united as 2.0.
For more information about the show and the scheduled matches, read my collected announcements for the show - Strong Style Typings - here: http://the-w.com/thread.php/id=33007
The dates that Kevin Steen has confirmed with the IWS:
June 16th, *Body Count*
July 14th, *Summer Slaughter*
August 18th, *Hardcore Heat*
September 29th, *Blood, Sweat and Beers* at the *Medley*
Plan Accordingly.

/The IWS presents: *Body Count 2007*, Saturday, June 16th, 2007 at Bogey’s World Bar & Billiard, 3250 Cremazie Est (corner of Cremazie and St-Michel near the St-Michel metro), Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Doors open at 7:00 pm, show starts at 8:00 pm, tickets are $20 for VIP, $15 for Regular. 18+, card and times subject to change. For more information go to www.syndicatewrestling.com or e-mail Llakor@hotmail.com ./