It was a packed attendance of 600 fans who witnessed MCW New Horizons on August 19. In a complete run down from the night…
JXT won a six man elimination match to become the number one contender for the MCW Intercommonwealth Championship
The Brat Pack retained the MCW Tag Team Championships
The Brat Pack capitalised on a chaotic triple team match to retain the championships.
Adam Brooks recaptured the MCW Intercommonwealth Championship, AND the PWA Heavyweight Championship
In a thirty minute bout, the likes of which we’ve never seen before, Brooks would pin the now former dual title holder, Will Ospreay, to win both championships.
Avary defeated Bea Priestley
With Shazza McKenzie having travel issues and Kelly Anne out due to an emergency last minute, Avary stormed to the ring, making an open challenge, which was answered by Bea Priestley. The bout ended abruptly after Priestley took a severe knock, but she is moving under her own power and doing okay.
Bullet Club’s Bad Luck Fale and Mr Juicy defeated TMDK (Damien Slater and Marcius Pitt).
After showing some ferocity at the expense of their opponents, eventually TMDK were defeated by a dominant Mr Juicy and Bad Luck Fale.
Jonah Rock defeated Dowie James to retain the MCW Heavyweight Championship
In a violent, hard hitting main event, Jonah Rock defeated Dowie James to retain the MCW Heavyweight Championship.
The full event will be available in the coming weeks on our subscription service, MCW Encore. Melbourne City Wrestling now heads back to the MCW Arena in Essendon on Saturday September 9, as we present ‘Collision Course’. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased via this link.
PIC CREDIT – Digital Beard Photography