MCW Pro Wrestling
Joppa, Maryland at MCW Arena
Results courtesy of MCWProwrestling.com
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1. Guns 4 Hire (Bill Collier and Paul Jordane) (w/Kevin Eck) defeated Bo Nekoda and Cousin Clay (w/ JP Callahan).
2. Ivory Robyn and April Sera defeated Maria Manic and Angelina Love. The stipulation gave fall winner Robyn a future MCW Women’s Title match. Former Champ Kimber Lee came out and expressed her frustration that a new Number One Contender was being crowned and she had never received her rematch. General Manager Phil Stamper came out and booked a Triple Threat for the MCW Women’s Title.
3. The Dixon Line’s Joe Keys pinned Dante Cabinero
1. The Honky Tonk Man, Tito Santana, and Koko B Ware beat The Rock and Bowl Express (w/Jim Cornette). WWE legend Danny Davis was special referee.
Bill Apter interviewed Jimmy Hart, who brought out Bret Hart. Bret spoke to the fans and talked about some of his memories in Baltimore.
2. Paul Jordane won the golden MCW Bunkhouse Stampede Championship and can challenge for any title of his choosing.
3. Brandon Scott pinned Nick Cutler.
4. Brittany Blake beat Kimber Lee and Ivory Robyn in a Triple Threat to retain the MCW Women’s Championship.
5. The Ecktorage over The Punk Rock All-Stars in a “Stairwell to Hell” match to retain the MCW Tag Championship.
6. Ken Dixon beat Chuck Lennox to retain the MCW Rage TV Championship.
7. Swoggle (f/k/a Hornswoggle), Bruiser, and Rayo defeated Studd, Jeremiah, and Vineberg.
8. Black Wall Street’s Drolix beat King McBride in a dog caller match to win the MCW Heavyweight Championship. Shane Douglas was special enforcer.
MCW returns next Saturday, October 1 to the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department at 24801 Three Notch RD in Hollywood, Maryland with a Scott Hall meet and greet at 7 pm, bell time 7:30 pm. More Information at www.MCWProWrestling.com
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