On the 7th and 8th of October, Melbourne City Wrestling hosted their 6th Anniversary Extravaganza, which saw the debut of the Melbourne City Invitational Tournament, a tournament created to feature the best from around the globe.
Night 1 (Friday 7th October 2016)
First Round Melbourne City Invitational Tournament Matches
Adam Brooks pinned Lochy Hendricks (with assistance from The Brat Pack).
‘The Jurassic Punk’ Syd Parker pinned Josh ‘The Axe’ Shooter
Mark Davis pinned ‘The Green Dragon’ Mick Moretti
‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll submitted Slex.
Hawko came out to celebrate his girlfriend Vixsin. After blindfolding Vixsin as part of sensual dance, Erica Reid came out to attack Vixsin with a steel chair. Before Vixsin had chance to figure out what was going on, Reid fled away victorious.
MCW InterCommonwealth Championship
Mr. Juicy successfully defended against Jack Jameson via pinfall.
Ali defeated Zac Douglas
Elliot Sexton successfully defended against Sean Kustom via pinfall.
Night 2 (Saturday 8th October 2016)
Semi Finals Melbourne City Invitational Tournament Matches
Adam Brooks pinned ‘The Jurassic Punk’ Syd Parker
‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll submitted Mark Davis
Dowie James submitted Mick Moretti. Post match, Dowie James offered a half hearted apology to MCW Champion Elliot Sexton over his accusations that Sexton was secretly in the pocket of TMDK.
Sexton came to the ring to reject the apology and instead challenged Dowie James to face him for the MCW Championship at Final Battle 2016 at the Thornbury theatre on Friday the 2nd December.
Evie defeated Avary via DQ after Kelly Anne came out to ambush and assault Evie, which led to a pull apart brawl.
MCW InterCommonwealth Championship No. 1 Contendership
JXT defeated both Josh ‘The Axe’ Shooter and Slex.
Jake Andrewartha pinned Jake Lindo. Post match Ali came out to try and intimidate Jake Andrewartha as the fans chanted ‘let them fight’.
The World’s Friendliest Bastards pinned The Brat Pack.
Melbourne City Invitational Tournament Final
‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll submitted Adam Brooks to win the inaugural Melbourne City Invitational Championship.