Published on Friday, 29 August 2014 11:58
Written by Ed Stylc
Fan Appreciation Night - FREE SHOW!
Friday September 5th.
Della Rose's Avenue Tavern
8153 A Honeygo Blvd
Nottingham, MD, 21236
This is an outdoor ALL AGES SHOW!
Happy Hour drink prices start at 6:30pm
Bell Time is 8pm
MCW Tag Team Championship
Napalm and Solo vs. Former WWE Tag Team Champions - Too Cool
The Blackwallstreet are giving away a ton of experience to the Grandmaster Sexay and Scotty Too Hotty. Napalm and Solo better bring their A game if they hope to retain their titles. Too Cool also better watch their backs. As recent history has shown, when members of BWS are in action the others are usually not far behind.
MCW Women's Championship First Round Matches
Jessie Kaye vs. Renee Michelle
Kylie Pierce vs. Amber Rodriguez
These 2 bouts will determine who will be the 2nd round opponents of the already advanced Mandy Leon (Inferno) and Reby Sky (Shamrock Cup)
MCW Rage Championship
Chuck Lennox vs. Fenix Fury
Expect a fast paced match with the champion trying to ground the air assault of Fenix Fury.
Tag Team Match
The Hell Cats vs. The New Age Scumbags - Adam Flash and Ronnie Zukko
There seemed to be a lot of dissention last month between The Hell Cats and the rest of the "Kings". Justin Schlegal referred to The Hell Cats as "Silly Jesters" in The King's Court. A win here to please their King is a very tall order. Not only are The Scumbags former MCW Tag Team Champions but Adam Flash is a 3 time former MCW Heavyweight Champion and Ronnie Zukko has also claimed the Heavyweight title on one occasion. The Hell Cats are decided underdogs in this one.
Bruiser vs. Hoss Hagood w/J.P. Callahan
The most decorated MCW Heavyweight Champion in history - 5 time champion Bruiser taking on a very tough Hoss Hagood now with J.P. Callahan in his corner. Hagood has been very successful in tag team action as of late with Appalachian Outlaw partner Bo Nekoda. However looking back his won loss record had been up and down in singles competition. Will J.P. Callahan be what Hagood needs to turn the corner on his own?
Published on Saturday, 09 August 2014 08:14
Written by Ed Stylc
Commissioner Booker T began his evening greeting a long line of MCW fans and putting smiles on everyone's faces. Little did those who were shaking hands and taking pictures with the 5 time former heavyweight champion realize how much of an impact he would make on the MCW landscape later on that night.
Lance A'noai vs. Pepper Parks
Pepper Parks made his MCW debut in the opening bout against Lance A'noai. Parks started off fast catching A'noai off guard pounding him to the ground into the lower turnbuckle with numerous kicks to the head and getting him into a cobra hold. A'noai was able to withstand the early assault and comeback to land the Samoan drop and take the victory.
Winner: Lance A'noai
The Hell Cats vs. Fenix Fury and Donovan Dijak
There would be no appearance of "Freaks Unleashed" with Oliver Grimsley AWOL from the evening's match. In his place Fenix Fury found a very imposing figure as his new partner - Donovan Dijak. Dijak made a huge impact in the match dominating both of his smaller Hell Cat opponents.
Dijak hoisted Jimmy Starz onto his shoulders only to be superkicked by Steve allowing Jimmy Starz to capture the 3 count. An enraged Dijak took his frustrations out on his partner Fenix Fury powerbombing him 3 times before finally leaving the ring.
Winners: The Hell Cats
Following the match The Blackwallstreet stormed the ring unannounced. Drolix declared "We own MCW now that Kylie Pierce is gone and we declare martial law!"
At this point Christian York charged the ring to confront Drolix by himself with the odds once again stacked against him. However he was soon joined by Ruckus and The Bruiser. An ugly scene was about to break out but in his first act as MCW's commissioner Booker T broke things up. He then announced that the main event was now a 6 man tag team match with Napalm and Solo teaming with Drolix vs. York, Bruiser and Ruckus. Booker T also made himself the special guest referee for the bout. The number #1 contender stipulation remained the prize for the team captain of the winning side.
Read more: MCW Inferno Recap
Published on Tuesday, 05 August 2014 14:35
Written by Ed Stylc
Wrestling has been called "The Sport of Kings" and many have laid claim to that crown. From The Big Cat Ernie Ladd to the Macho King Randy Savage. Jim Duggan, Jerry Lawler and even MCW's new commissioner Booker T have all played this Game of Thrones.
This Friday night MCW will crown its new king - King McBride I and his Queen Jessie Kaye in a ceremony that is not to be missed. Proper attire is requested if you plan on attending.
Read more: A King And His Queen