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Alive 66: Tucker Retains, Cage Defeats Everett

We return to Bash at the Brew 10 for this week’s episode of CCW Alive with two big matches. As she leads up to one of the biggest challenges ever for her CCW Women’s Championship, Marina Tucker was victorious in a Fatal Four Way for her belt, while Brian Cage overcame a strong effort from Andrew Everett to remain undefeated in CCW action.


Click the player below to see CCW Alive Episode 66 and read our recap below!

Marina Tucker def. Bianca Carelli, Anna Diaz, Leila Grey - Fatal Four Way - CCW Women's Championship Match

We open this week’s show with a Fatal Four Way matchup for the CCW Women’s Championship. Marina Tucker has held the belt since March and came out of this dangerous match with the strap still securely around her waist.


Tucker will face one of her biggest challenges yet on Jan. 8 at Bash at the Brew 12 when she defends against KiLynn King, who has competed in AEW, Mission Pro Wrestling and numerous other promotions as of late. King earned the number-one contender status with a triple threat match victory back at Bash at the Brew 9.


In this opening bout, Leila Grey had an early opportunity at the title. With Anna Diaz and Bianca Carelli battling outside the ring, Grey hit a facebuster on Tucker, but couldn’t secure the pinfall. Diaz nearly won it moments later, hitting a gorgeous suplex on Grey that resulted in a near fall. Carelli scored a 2-count on Diaz in the opening moments of the bout as well.


Action was all over the ring and the ringside area in this one at Unbranded Brewing Company. Tucker eventually took advantage when Diaz hit an Eat the Feet on Carelli. Tucker had been tied up with Grey near the ropes, but broke away as Grey fell hard to the floor. Grey then delivered a V-trigger to Diaz, leaving an incapacitated Carelli in jeopardy in the center of the ring. Tucker covered her and scored the three-count to retain.


Don’t miss Tucker vs. King at Bash at the Brew 12 January 8 at Unbranded Brewing Company in Hialeah, Fla. Get your tickets here.


Brian Cage def. Andrew Everett

Brian Cage remained undefeated in a CCW ring with a “big” victory over the debuting “7-foot 4-inch” Andrew Everett. Everett, who we all know isn’t 7-4, is billing himself as such and also calling himself the “Choke Daddy” with his recent penchant for chokeslams.


Everett scored a great deal of offense in this matchup, even chokeslamming Cage. But the “Choke Daddy” couldn’t capitalize on that chokeslam. Early in the match, Everett nearly destroyed himself and Cage, while destroying some Unbranded Brewing Company chairs, with a moonsault on Cage into the crowd.

Everett also scored a beautiful combination of lionsaults at one point in the match and nearly picked up the victory with the duo of moves. For a “big man,” Everett’s shooting star press later in the match also proved impressive and resulted in a near fall and followed up with that aforementioned chokeslam.

But that was the last real high-impact offense for Everett. When Everett climbed to the top for a third time and missed, Cage nearly took his head off with a discus lariat. While Everett had just enough left in the tank to kick out after the vicious impact, he couldn’t escape Cage’s wrath. The Machine immediately followed up with a Michinoku Driver to secure the pinfall.

With that victory, Cage moved to 5-0 in CCW. Meanwhile Everett, who has appeared in Impact Wrestling and many other promotions throughout his career, certainly impressed in his first match for Coastal Championship Wrestling.


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Upcoming Events

· Jan. 7 – Friday Night Fights – Exit One Taproom – Florida City, Fla. – CCW Heavyweight Champion Cha Cha Charlie headlines the card, facing off with Reeves Portman.

· Jan. 8 – Bash at the Brew 12 – Unbranded Brewing Company – Hialeah, Fla. – Don’t miss this huge night of action with our huge monthly show. Cha Cha will be in action for a second straight night, facing off with Puerto Rico’s O.T. Fernandez.

· Jan. 15 – Worlds Collide presented by Meldon Law – Boys & Girls Club of Marion – Ocala, Fla. – The stars of CCW invade Ocala for a huge show in Central Florida.

· Jan. 16 – Sunday Slam Series – Miami Brewing Company – Homestead, Fla. – Our newest monthly show debuts in Homestead.

· Jan. 30 – Breakout 9 – CCW Arena – Pompano Beach, Fla. – See the rising stars of CCW compete in the home of Coastal Championship Wrestling.


Click the link for information on all of CCW’s upcoming shows.