The CWF returned to the Schooner
Center in Monessen for the first time in over two months for
No Escape and the action picked up where it left off.
Here are the quick results of
the show while detailed results are listed below.
defeated Zubov (CWF Heavyweight champion) by DQ in 2:18.
-“The Spotlight” Scottie Gash defeated Amir al Jahari in 8:08.
-The Beast defeated the Sniper by DQ in 2:55.
-The Factory (Beast and “Devious” Dee Drake) defeated the
Mercenaries (Sniper and the Specialist) in 6:21.
-J-Ru defeated Nasty Nick (CWF Tag Team champion) in 4:36.
-Powerhouse Hughes defeated the Masked Express in 3:31.
-Kato defeated Thunder in a “Kato 10-minute challenge” in 0:06.
-Zubov (CWF Heavyweight champion) and Kato defeated Thunder N’ Paradise
No Escape began with
the undefeated Kato coming to the ring to do an interview
with Adam Montgomery. Kato wanted to know where his
confetti, party hats, and streamers were that he ordered for
his “Kato Celebration”. When Montgomery shook his head, Kato
let the crowd know that he has never been given the respect
he deserves by Commissioner Bert LeGrande, the CWF
superstars, or the fans. He wanted to know where his friends
At that point, CWF
Heavyweight champion Zubov came out wearing a party hat and
blowing through a whistle/horn asking where the party was.
Kato hugged his friend and thanked him for coming.
Commissioner LeGrande came out next telling Kato that he
will see how much LeGrande appreciates him as he gets to
wrestle in the main event against Thunder. LeGrande then
informed Zubov to not go anywhere because his title defense
- Brett Paradise defeated
Zubov (CWF Heavyweight champion) by DQ in 2:18. The
champ dominated early looking to end the match fast. But
Zubov missed a spear and Paradise hit a dropkick that
sent the champ to the floor. As the ref administered a
count on the champ, Kato returned to the ring and nailed
Paradise with a chair causing the DQ. Thunder made the
- “The Spotlight” Scottie
Gash defeated Amir al Jahari in 8:08. Jahari’s bad luck
continued as he appeared to have the former CWF
Heavyweight champion pinned following a second rope
belly-to-back suplex, but Gash lifted his shoulder at
two. The ref counted out Jahari. After the match, the
Syrian attempted to get his hands on the ref but the ref
- The Beast defeated the
Sniper by DQ in 2:55. The old time rivals left nothing
on the table as they brutally beat on each other. Beast
got the upper hand and then went for a powerbomb. But
Sniper’s Mercenaries partner, the Specialist, ran out
and nailed Beast causing a DQ. Beast’s Factory partner,
“Devious” Dee Drake, made the save.
As the Mercenaries regrouped
and attempted to leave, Commissioner LeGrande came out and
ordered them back into the ring for an impromptu tag team
- The Factory (Beast and
“Devious” Dee Drake) defeated the Mercenaries (Sniper
and the Specialist) in 6:21. The match was nothing short
of sheer brutality and it saw the Factory come out ahead
following a Drake sidewalk slam into a Beast elbow from
the top rope.
After J-Ru and Powerhouse
Hughes made their way to the ring for their tag title match
against Lord Zoltan and Nasty Nick, Nick announced to the
crowd that Zoltan and their manager Mayor Mystery did not
come tonight. The reason given was because they were
embarrassed because ten days earlier, Hughes defeated Zoltan
in a match in Kalamazoo, MI by cheating. So Nick told the
challengers that he would face J-Ru with the stipulation
that id J-Ru won, he and Hughes would get a title shot at
- J-Ru defeated Nasty Nick
(CWF Tag Team champion) in 4:36. Shortly after the bell,
Nick was running the ropes and tripped himself on
purpose in front of Hughes who was ringside. Nick
complained to the referee, who did not see it happen
because his back was turned, and the ref kicked Hughes
out from ringside. Later in the match, Nick picked up J-Ru
for a slam and accidentally hit the ref. Nick then
grabbed his CWF Tag Team title belt and tried to hit J-Ru
with it, but Hughes came down and grabbed the belt away
and nailed Nick with it. Nick staged into a double-knee
back-cracker by J-Ru to give J-Ru the win and J-Ru and
Hughes the tag title shot at Dilemma.
Powerhouse stayed in the ring
and asked the crowd if they came to see him in action
tonight. When the crowd thunderously cheered, he said he
wasn’t leaving until someone came to the ring. A few seconds
later, the Masked Express came out.
- Powerhouse Hughes
defeated the Masked Express in 3:31.
- Kato defeated Thunder in
a “Kato 10-minute challenge” in 0:06. As Kato was having
the ref take his robe off, Zubov ran in nailing Thunder
with a spear. As the ref turned around, he rang the bell
and Kato came over for the three-count.
During the post-match
celebration, Brett Paradise came down and checked on his
partner as Commissioner LeGrande came back to the ring. He
announced that since he enjoyed turning a singles match into
a tag match earlier in the night, he was going to do it
again. He set up a tag match between the four men in the
ring that would not only have Kato’s undefeated streak on
the line, but it would also have Zubov’s CWF Heavyweight
title on the line!.
- Zubov (CWF Heavyweight
champion) and Kato defeated Thunder N’ Paradise in
10:45. Mere chaos ruled this match as all four mean
battled all over the place. The match ended with Zubov
spearing Paradise for the in after Kato low-blowed him.
After the match, the winners
got on the microphone and told the hot crowd at the Schooner
Center how they felt.
“No tag team wrestler is bad
enough to end Kato’s undefeated streak or take my title,”
Zubov bragged. “No one is tough enough to do it. No one can
At that point, the music for
the MEGA popular Factory, the Beast and “Devious” Dee Drake,
played and the crowd erupted.
Beast laid out Zubov while
Drake chased Kato from the ring. Then Beast, a former Penn
Atlantic Wrestling Heavyweight champion, laid out Zubov with
a thunderous powerbomb that had the crowd jumping.
“I don’t know who he thinks
he is, but when I hear anyone, and I mean ANYONE say that no
one is tough enough to take his title, I take that
Beast wasn’t done.
“All I know is that come
September 1st, Zubov has a major DILEMMA
on his hands.”
As Beast laid out Zubov,
Drake beat Kato all over the Schooner Center.
“I’m tired of hearing Kato
talk about his undefeated streak,” Drake said. “We will see
what he has got to say at DILEMMA after I stick my
fist down his undefeated throat.”
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