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In 1999 Gary “Huey” Stevens retired from the Corrections business, after Splitting a Pot in the Power ball, His take after Taxes 148 million Dollars.

His first order of business was starting his own Wrestling Federation. His stars, who else? His Former Inmates!  There has been a lot of speculation that Stevens has bribed Judges, parole board officials, and DA’s for the early release of some of the most menacing criminals in the United States.


After partnering with Atlanta Billionaire, and AET Television Network Owner, Benjamin Ball, The CGC opened its doors in 2002. CGCW has over 40 active wrestlers all former Property of the United States department of Corrections.

Mr. Benjamin Ball (born November 11, 1940) is an American media proprietor and philanthropist. As a businessman, he is known as founder of the cable television network AMT, the first dedicated 24-hour cable news channel. In addition, he founded AET, which pioneered the New Age Wrestling concept in cable television. As a philanthropist, he is known for his $1 billion gift to support the building of new Jails. This created the Corrections International, a public company to broaden support for the Corrections World Wide. Ball is Chairman of the board of directors

Ball's media empire began with his father's record business, which he took over at 24.  The business, American Records, was worth $1 million when Ball took it over in 1963. Purchase of an Atlanta station in 1972 began the Ball Broadcasting System. American Media Television revolutionized news media, covering the rebel riots in 1986 and the Floods in Croatia in 1991. Ball returned Wrestling to the Hottest Sport in the business when he partnered with Gary Stevens and started the CGCW and now has the highest rated Television show in the United States with over 30 million viewers weekly.

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