With Brawl Games 2004 on the books and four new champions crowned, the seats were packed and tensions
high in the followup to the MWF's biggest show of 2004. It was no surprise to see some of the new titles on the line Saturday night, but there were a
few surprises no one was expecting!
opened the show by thanking everyone for making Brawl Games 2004 a
sellout. She began to run down the card for the evening, but was interrupted by JD Styles and Styles' Stable. JD insisted that Brawl Games was a
conspiracy and they wrongly lost their titles. He wanted rematches for the tag titles and the heavyweight title. She granted Mike Angel a rematch, but
said that Hayes and Sayne would have to start from the bottom. Not pleased with this answer, JD demanded she change her mind ... or else.
When she refused, William Driver, who had snuck in un-noticed, grabbed the Commissioner from behind and choked her out. Chris Williams, Outlaw, Hojo,
Echelon, Brandon Powers & BoDean Sawyer ran out and eventually fought off Styles' Stable to get Cassandra out of the ring. JD took this opportunity to
welcome William Driver as the newest member of Styles' Stable.
defeated the Suicide Kid with his Dirtnap finisher. This was an easy win for
Driver and was over almost before it began.
Scott St. James
and Keith Matthews
beat Tha Sycho Supastar
and Alexander the
when Scott hit the Swanton on Alexander. These four put on a great match despite the fact that it was a relatively new pairing on both
Brandon Powers headed out to the ring to thank the fans for their great reaction to his winning the North American title. He assured the crowd that he
would be a fighting champion, and would defend the title against anyone deemed worthy of a shot. When he asked the fans who they'd like to see as his
first opponent, Jacobe Stone made his way out. He said he'd asked over & over for a shot at the title but was always overlooked, and that his time was
now. Brandon informed Stone that his name was not on the list of acceptable contenders Commissioner Cassandra had provided him.
Stone snapped and beat down Brandon. As he started to head back to the locker room, Brandon got up and granted Stone a shot at the North American
"Bounty Hunter" David Hayes
with his feet on the ropes. BoDean's cunning made up for the size difference and the match looked to be in his favor, but Hayes'
underhanded tactics got him the win.
via the Bombs Away
top-rope knee drop. JD Styles interfered at the end of the match, distracting Echelon and thus allowing Sayne to hit the lariat and the Bombs Away.
North American Title Match
retained over Jacobe Stone
with a surprise Schoolboy in an amazing fight for the North American title. The two men fought in and out of the ring, but Powers prevailed at the end
of his first title defense.
MWF Heavyweight Title Match
retained over Mike Angel
Bubba Slam. After battling back & forth, Ref Chuck was inadvertently hit with Angel's top-rope missile dropkick. With the ref out, Styles' Stable ran
out only to be cut off by Outlaw, Scott St. James & Hojo. As the six fought on the outside, Williams hit his finisher on Angel and roused the ref for
After the match, Angel was irate and grabbed the mic. He demanded another title shot, and said he would even put his career on the line if he got one
on March13 th in Gastonia. Despite JD Styles' objections, Angel insisted, and Chris Williams accepted the stipulation match for the Gastonia show.
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[Edited on 2/24/2004 by crayon]