MCW’s Ballroom Brawl is one of, if not, the top show on their calendar.
Highlighted by the Ballroom Brawl itself, where 20 men fight it out for a opportunity at the MCW World Championship, it is often a show where significant changes happen within the MCW scene.
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MCW Ballroom Brawl Results
You can read a full detailed review by Snap Mayor’s own Chris Smalls on the MCW website right here. Below are the quick results.
The Brat Pack beat the Velocities to retain the MCW Tag Team Championships.
Rocky Menero returned and defeated Royce Chambers courtesy of the Big Falcon Elbow.
The Natural Classics defeated the Mile High Club via submission after Tyson Baxter appeared to of momentarily jar his knee, a Tome Filip viciously slapping on the figure four. The Natural Classics are now the number one contenders to the MCW Tag Team Championships.
In a hard hitting veteran vs veteran battle Slex defeated Mick Moretti via the Close of Business submission.
Krackerjak attempted to return to wrestling by having Lochy Hendricks, who previously defeated Krackerjak in a retirement match, to forgive the stipulation and allow him back. Lochy Hendricks refused.
This led to a unsanctioned fight between Krackerjak and Hendricks with Krackerjak’s Australian Legends Contract on the line. If Krackerjak won he would be allowed to return. However Hendricks won the fight after MCW management member Jay Andrews ended the fight in Hendrick’s favour.
With Avary on commentary Kelly Anne defeated Jessica Troy via a package piledriver. Post match Kelly Anne shot a dirty look at Avary.
In the 20 man Ballroom Brawl, Lochy Hendricks used the power of the Australian Legends Contract to enter himself as a 21st entrant. However despite this, Mitch Waterman overcame the odds and won the Ballroom Brawl.