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LEGRANDE SAYS CARD FOR AFTERMATH IS COMING!

With his CWF Heavyweight title win over Jason Gory at Unfinished Business IX, Kato had to relinquish the CWF Mon Valley title. To avoid confusion, Commissioner “Old School” Burt LeGrande has quickly announced an eight man tournament that will begin on Sunday, May 17 at Aftermath with the quarterfinals and then it will conclude at Dilemma on Saturday, June 13.

 

“This is the best way to handle the situation,” LeGrande said. “It is a fair way to assess the situation.”

 

Here are the pairings for the tournament and the opinions of LeGrande on each match.

Eric Xtasy v. Justin Idol

“This is a rematch of their bout at Unfinished Business IX,” LeGrande said. “This could easily be the finals of any tournament for any Indy fed in the world. They were impressive at UB IX, so I can only imagine how much the fans will appreciate this rematch.”

 

Powerhouse Hughes v. “Solution” Scott Fowler

“These two are great rivals who put on fabulous matches,” LeGrande said. “There are few matches that can steal any show, but this is one of them. They are so evenly matched that it is impossible to pick a winner.”

 

Zubov v. Nick Mirra

Zubov is a two-time CWF Heavyweight champion and if he wins the Mon Valley title, he will become the first man to win it after holding the CWF Heavyweight championship,” LeGrande said. “Nick was impressive during his debut weekend and I felt this was a good opportunity to step up in competition.”

 

“Bread Man” Dan Sandwich v. the Specialist

“This is a match-up between two wrestlers who lost their respective titles at Encore in Johnsonburg,” LeGrande said of Sandwich, who lost the Keystone title back to “Ace of Hearts” Shane Valentine, and of the Specialist, who along with Sniper, lost the CWF Tag Team titles to Ian Jordan and Crisis. “One of these men are possibly three wins from winning a second title.”



Who is the favorite? No one knows. But how sexy is the possible second round match-up of Hughes and Idol? The new rivals are chomping at the bit to get at each other, and with one win by each, it will happen. Idol has vowed to never let Hughes win the Mon Valley title and become the first ever Grand Slam champion. Or what about Fowler and Zubov possibly meeting in the finals as members of the Winner’s Circle? How about a finals match-up of Zubov and Xtasy in the finals as a rematch of a heated feud from 2007 when Xtasy chased Zubov’s CWF Heavyweight championship? Can Sandwich pick up his second different singles CWF title in under a year? Or can the newcomer, Mirra, show the CWF world?

 

Starting at Aftermath, one of these things will happen. Which will it be?

 




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