HIALEAH, Fla. (CCW) -- Two prestigious Coastal Championship Wrestling titles changed hands Saturday night at Bash At The Brew 24 at Unbranded Brewing Company.
The "Bulgarian Punisher" Meto faced off with Alex Chamberlain for the CCW Southeastern Championship. Meto, considered one of the fastest-rising stars in CCW for over a year now, overcame the veteran Alex Chamberlain with his punishing spear and earned his first championship in CCW.
Meto would be involved in controversy later in the show, seemingly aligning himself with CCW World Heavyweight Champion Ariel Levy. But prior to that, in the Southeastern Championship match, then-fan favorite Meto brought the biggest Bash At The Brew crowd in the two-year history of the monthly show to its feet with his victory.
A little later in the show, Elevated Status -- ERA and Jonny Nova -- put their CCW Tag Team Championships on the line vs. The Qrown -- Leonis and Maximus Khan.
ERA has been battling a shoulder injury, suffered at Bash At The Brew 22 back in November. But he's been back in action, while still not 100 percent healed. That shoulder injury proved to be pivotal in the matchup.
The Qrown has shown themselves to be one of the hardest-hitting, best tag teams in CCW since bursting on the scene over the past year. They identified the weakness in the tag team champions and exploited it, eventually forcing ERA to submit, and winning the CCW Tag Team Championships they have been chasing for months.
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