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STATMARK’S OFFICIAL CWF RUMBLE RECORD BOOK

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STATMARK’S OFFICIAL CWF RUMBLE RECORD BOOK

Since 2001 it has been THE most exciting event on the year. It’s the night where careers are made and anything can happen. 30 of the top professional wrestlers from all over North Carolina, Virginia and beyond enter one match with one goal – be the last man standing and earn a guaranteed championship match. It’s the can’t miss event of the year, the 2017 CWF RUMBLE~!

Born as a fund-raising event following the tragic events of 9/11, the original 2001 “All-Star Indy Rumble” drew tremendous local media coverage as well as being praised by all participants involved. It quickly became an annual tradition and is regarded as one of the premiere nights on the CWF calendar. The following is an in-depth statistical recap of the 2001-2016 CWF Rumbles.

The Winners
2001 – Caprice Coleman (#24)
2002 – Corey Edsel (#17)
2003 – Bounty Hunter (#29)
2004 – Brad Attitude (#7)
2005 – Ric Converse (#2)
2006 – Mitch Connor (#29)
2007 – Matty Dee (#27)
2008 – Lee Valiant (#26)
2009 – Arik Royal (#25)
2010 – Xsiris (#29)
2011 – Mikael Yamaha (#24)
2012 – Roy Wilkins (#19)
2013 – Zane Dawson (#24)
2014 – Lance Lude (#26)
2015 – Smith Garrett (#27)
2016 – Andrew Everett (#28)

Most Rumbles Competed In
12, Brass Munkey/Walter Eaton
Xsiris/Caleb X
11, Rob McBride
Nick Richards
10, Donnie Dollars
Steve Greene/American Steel Ninja
Ric Converse
Michael McAllister/HIM

Most Rumbles Final Fours
6, Ric Converse (1-5)
5, Gemini Kid/Number Man (0-5)
3, Mikael Yamaha (1-2), Lee Valiant (1-2)
2, Sean Powers/Solomon Spades (0-2), Steve Green (0-2), Xsiris (1-1), Marcellus King (0-2), Jason Miller (0-2), Andrew Everett (1-1), John Skyler (0-2), Roy Wilkins (1-1)

Most wrestlers eliminated in a single year
Note: eliminations by multiple wrestlers at once are counted as 0.5 eliminations, the same as a dual sack in football
10.0, Mecha Mercenary (2011)
7.5, Kamakazi Kid (2005)
6.5, Eddie Brown (2002)
6.0, Ric Converse (2003)

Longest Length Lasted
50:23, Ethan Alexander Sharpe (2015)
41:38, Evan Banks (2008)
39:23, Lance Lude (2013)
38:37, Trevor Lee (2014)
36:58, Lee Valiant (2014)

Shortest Length Lasted
0:05, Blue Angel (2003)
0:14, Las Chivas Numero Uno (2008)
0:17, Terrell Givens (2011)
0:17, Aric Andrews (2011)
0:18, Las Chiva Numero Dos (2007)
0:18, Las Chiva Numero Dos (2008)

The #1′s
2001- Amber Holly
2002- Ric Converse
2003- Brad Attitude
2004- Mikael Yamaha
2005- Chris Vega
2006- Matty Dee (Mitch Connor drew #1 but Matty traded his original #29 for #1)
2007- Nick Richards
2008- Nick Richards (Corey Edsel drew #1 but made Nick trade him his original
#11 for #1)
2009– Mikael Yamaha
2010- Rob McBride
2011 – Michael McAllister
2012 – Chase Dakota
2013 – Xsiris
2014 – Michael McAllister
2015 – Chris Lea
2016 – White Mike

The Final Entry (#30 unless noted)

2001- Chris Steel (#28)
2002- Gemini Kid
2003- Gemini Kid (#31)
2004- Number Man (#27)
2005- Mikael Yamaha
2006- Corneilus J. Lumpkin III (Gemini Kid drew #30 but sold his entry to Lumpkin)
2007- Steve Greene
2008- Gemini Kid
2009- Gemini Kid
2010- Donnie Dollars
2011 – Joe Black
2012 – Steve Greene
2013 – Andrew Everett
2014 – Manny Garcia
2015 – Ric Converse
2016 – Snooty Foxx

The Iron Men

2001- Mikael Yamaha (29:01)
2002- Eddie Brown (33:53)
2003- Trent Wylde (30:12)
2004- Brad Attitude (27:21)
2005- Ric Converse (36:57)
2006- Matty Dee (28:28)
2007- Nick Richards (34:46)
2008- Evan Banks (41:38)
2009- Arik Royal (17:12)
2010- Chase Dakota (21:33)
2011- Adam Page (28:44)
2012 – Roy Wilkins (30:41)
2013 – Lance Lude (39:23)
2014 – Trevor Lee (38:37)
2015 – Ethan Alexander Sharpe (50:23)
2016 – John Skyler (22:32)

Shortest to Longest Length Needed to Win a Rumble

8:20, Mitch Conner (2006)
8:29, Xsiris (2010)
8:35, Bounty Hunter (2003)
9:46, Caprice Coleman (2001)
11:58, Matty Dee (2007)
17:12, Arik Royal (2009)
17:19, Mikael Yamaha (2011)
17:35, Smith Garrett (2015)
19:33, Lee Valiant (2008)
20:08, Zane Dawson (2013)
21:28, Andrew Everett (2016)
25:25, Corey Edsel (2002)
27:21, Brad Attitude (2004)
30:41, Roy Wilkins (2012)
33:59, Lance Lude (2014)
36:57, Ric Converse (2005)

What the Rumble winners did with the title shot of their choice
(7 successful, 8 unsuccessful):

2001- Caprice Coleman: pinned by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha (1/26/02)
2002- Corey Edsel: pinned Otto Schwanz to win Heavyweight title (11/2/02)
2003- Bounty Hunter: pinned by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse (3/27/04)
2004- Brad Attitude: pinned by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse (2/5/05)
2005- Ric Converse: pinned Garry Stevens in a steel cage match to win Heavyweight title (12/17/05)
2006- Mitch Connor: His title shot was traded away by manager Brad Stutts in exchange for Corey Edsel’s contract. Commissioner William Cross ultimately awarded the title shot back to Connor and was defeated by Garry Stevens on 12/1/2007.
2007 – Matty Dee: teamed with Mikael Yamaha and battled Tag Team champions Gemini Kid and Jesse Ortega to a time limit draw (12/15/07)
2008 – Lee Valiant: pinned Marcellus King to win Television title (1/17/09)
2009 – Arik Royal: pinned Roy Wilkins to win Television title (6/19/10)
2010 – Xsiris: pinned Chiva Kid to win the PWI Ultra J title (12/18/10)
2011 – Mikael Yamaha: pinned by Heavyweight champion Xsiris (12/17/11)
2012 – Roy Wilkins: teamed with Walter Eaton and defeated Aric Andrews & Evan Banks to win the Tag Team Titles (12/29/12)
2013 – Zane Dawson: pinned by PWI Heavyweight Champion Shane Helms (12/28/13)
2014 – Lance Lude: pinned by Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion Marcellus King (10/3/15)
2015 – Smith Garrett: pinned Cedric Alexander to win the Mid-Atlantic Television title (12/30/15)

All-Time Combined Stats
Total Number of Wrestlers eliminated
Note: eliminations by multiple wrestlers at once are counted as 0.5 eliminations, the same as a dual sack in football
27.0- Ric Converse (1.0 as a non-competitor)
25.0 – Mecha Mercenary
18.0 – Rob McBride
15.5 – Marcellus King, Donnie Dollars, Brass Munkey/Walter Eaton
13.0 – Xsiris, Ray Kandrack
11.0 – Kamakazi Kid
9.5- Mikael Yamaha, Nick Richards, Brad Attitude
8.5- American Steel Ninja/Steve Greene, Arik Royal
8.0- Eddie Brown, Trevor Lee, John Skyler
7.5- GeeStar
7.0 – Mitch Connor
6.5- Sean Powers/Solomon Spades, Corey Edsel, Aaron Biggs
6.0- Smith Garrett

Total Length Lasted in the Rumble

#1: 156:44 – Nick Richards (2006:#21 – 3:09, 2007: #1 – 34:46, 2008: #1 – 9:21, 2009: #15 – 7:08, 2010: #21 -8:20, 2011: #13 – 10:49, 2012: #23 – 24:40, 2013: #19 – 11:09, 2014: #2 – 18:00, 2015: #3 – 16:58, 2016: #24 – 13:24)

#2: 150:18 – Ric Converse (2002: #1 – 14:36, 2003: #21 – 16:42, 2005: #2-36:57, 2007: #24 – 15:52, 2009: #23 – 15:45, 2011: #22 – 15:28, 2012: #24 –12:54; 2013: #9 – 3:43, 2014: #29 – 15:00, 2015: #30 – 4:21)

#3: 122:21 – Walter Eaton/Brass Munkey (2002: #23 – 2:06, 2003: #20 – 4:55,2004: #10 – 3:21, 2005: #18 – 4:51, 2006: #2 – 6:42, 2007: #22 – 18:11, 2008:#16 – 12:41, 2011: #25 – 9:59, 2012: #21 – 25:05, 2013: #3 – 12:43, 2014: #17 – 7:53, 2015: #6 – 14:54)

#4: 104:13 – Trevor Lee (2009: #14 – 16:54, 2010: #20 – 5:04, 2011: #12 – 11:06, 2012: #6 – 22:10, 2014: #18 – 38:37, 2015: #15 – 11:22)

#5: 103:13 – Rob McBride (2001: #7 – 5:17, 2002: #14 – 22:54, 2004:#19 – 9:23, 2005: #21 – 5:34, 2007: #15 – 9:14, 2008: #29 – 4:13, 2010: #1 -10:13, 2011: #23 – 6:48, 2013: #25 – 11:51, 2014: #12 – 5:36, 2016: #7 – 5:22)

For the FULL CWF Rumble Record Book visit https://www.facebook.com/notes/grant-sawyer/the-official-2001-2016-cwf-rumble-record-book/1666976976668252/

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