The MWF's much-anticipated banner show - BRAWL GAMES - returned for a fourth time on 2/7/04 in
Lincolnton, NC. Everything was at stake for Brawl Games: pride, honor, and every single MWF title belt! Some old scores were settled and some new
ones started to take shape as the men & women of the Millennium Wrestling Federation clashed in one of their most brutal events to date!
opened the show up by welcoming the capacity crowd to MWF Brawl Games
2004. She ran down the lineup for the night, only to be interrupted by JD Styles. He informed the Commissioner that MWF owner
had given him permission to be at ringside for the cage match, despite the
Commissioner's ruling last week. Undaunted, Cassandra said that would be fine, she would change the rules for the match to accommodate him. She
assigned JD as the captain of the Styles' Stable team, and said she would assign someone else to be captain of the Williams-Matthews-St. James team.
Only, JD and the crowd would have to wait until the main event to find out who the other team captain was. The only way the match could end would be
when a team captain threw in the towel for their team.
Scott St. James
beat Alexander the
via Swanton Bomb. This was an exciting match to open the show with a lot of back & forth action. Scott nearly had Alexander tapping to a
wedgie, but Alexander worked out of it. In the end, Scott climbed to the top turnbuckle and delivered the Swanton directly on Alexander's chest.
Alexander had to be helped to the back after the match.
North American Title - Lumberjack Match
became the new MWF North American champion when he defeated
Tha Sycho Supastar
with a running power slam. The ring was surrounded by nearly every MWF
wrestler as the two battled. Sycho tried to gain the advantage by repeatedly throwing Powers to the floor on his side. Brandon got the upper hand and
threw Sycho to his own men, then laid them all out with a flying Plancha over the top rope. When the two returned to the ring, Sycho tried to go for
the Instant Stardom, but Brandon reversed and hit the power slam for the win.
First Blood Match
was given the win over BoDean
. The two battled to make the other man bleed first. Towards the end of the match, the ref was knocked out. Stone & Sawyer continued to
fight, making their way to the outside. BoDean got the advantage and slung Jacobe into the ring post, busting him wide open. He jumped back into the
ring and tried to revive the ref, but the ref was out cold. Meanwhile, Jacobe roused and frantically cleaned the blood off his head with a towel.
While Sawyer's attention was on waking the ref up, Stone ran up behind him and delivered a chairshot that left Sawyer bleeding heavily. Stone managed
to rouse the ref, who saw BoDean bleeding and awarded the match to Jacobe Stone.
won over William Driver
. Both came to
the ring ready to fight; Driver with a chair spray-painted with "Blunt Force Trauma," and Echelon with a No Parking sign. They hit each other with
everything they could get their hands on and fought through the crowd and into concessions. After tearing up the kitchen, Driver threw Echelon out the
concessions window. After making their way back to the ring, Echelon took another chairshot, and Driver was DDTed onto the chair. Driver got the upper
hand and set the chair up in the corner to throw Echelon into, but she reversed the whip and sent Driver into it instead for the pin. After the match,
Driver grabbed his chair and went after Echelon, who smashed a pie in his face.
, Keith Matthews
Scott St. James
(team captain: Hojo Devlin
took all the titles from Mike Angel
, David Hayes
& Justin Sayne
(team captain: JD Styles
six tried to tear the cage down with each others' bodies as they repeatedly threw each other into the chain-link. Matthews & Hayes started things off,
with Sayne, St, James, Angel & Williams following at two-minute intervals. All six were busted open within moments. When Styles' Stable started to
fall behind, JD Styles tried to pass his pudwhacker to one of his men in the cage. Hojo Devlin, wearing an immobilization sling for his dislocated
shoulder, came running around the corner and leveled JD with a superkick. He then threw the pudwhacker into the cage, which was used on any member of
Styles' Stable the men could reach. Not done yet, Hojo gave JD a little "help" throwing in the towel, giving Williams, Matthews & St. James the win
and the titles.
After the bell rang, the winning team continued to extract some revenge. In a highlight of the night, Chris Williams climbed to the top turnbuckle and
landed a HUGE splash on Mike Angel. Hojo then climbed in the ring and, despite his shoulder, delivered Ho-Drops and superkicks to anyone he could
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[Edited on 2/10/2004 by Ben]