Back in the Hizzy – Kalkaska Civic Center – Kalkaska, MI – Saturday, September 7, 2019

This past Saturday night, MCPW returned to the Kalkaska Civic Center for the first time in almost seven years with a stacked card and a raucous crowd.

"Old Timer" Jeff King defeated Christopher Saint in a battle of MCPW veterans. The crowd was firmly behind King, and they helped carry him to victory over a clearly frustrated Saint after a top rope crossbody.

Danhausen defeated TJ Meyer. Both men made their MCPW debuts here and both impressed fans in attendance and MCPW management. After an impressive battle, both physical and psychological, Danhausen hit a DDT to score the pin.

“The Manliest Princess” AMES defeated Dickie Watts in an exciting contest that had fans itching to see Watts pull out his first win in MCPW. AMES was no doubt extra motivated to win this match after Watts informed him early on that he wasn’t his type. A late match lip lock may have changed Watts’ mind, but in the end, AMES hit a devastating neckbreaker to get the win.

Local hero Mikey Zeroe came out to ruminate on MCPW’s history in this building (noting that a chain that hung the MCPW No Limits Title during a 2008 ladder match between Caden Ames and Steve Amani was still there) and issue an open challenge for tonight. The challenge was answered by two men – Jason Page and Eli Shelton, collectively known as Big Facts. Page and Shelton insulted the crowd and jointly accepted the challenge, and Zeroe said he would fight them both. He wouldn’t have to, as Conrad Loucks rushed out and joined Zeroe to make it a Tag Team Trout Town Street Fight. This was a brutal encounter that saw chairs, thumb tacks, and lots of fighting on the floor. In the end, Loucks and Zeroe sat Shelton in a found wheelchair, leaving Page alone to fight both. That didn’t work out for Page, who was driven through an actual door with a Death Valley Driver, which was enough for Zeroe to get the pin. After the match, Zeroe and Loucks celebrated with fistfuls of White Claw.

MCPW Tag Team Champions “The Virtuous Vegan” Ashton Wagandha & No Good Neil defeated Jack Verville & Max Morrison to retain the titles in their second defense. This was an exciting tag team bout, with former Uprising partners Verville and Morrison making a formidable duo. After the champs retained, No Good Neil wasn’t done. Neil attacked Morrison and wrapped a steel chair around his neck, and then delivered a stomp from the second rope. Even Neil’s partner tried to talk him out of this heinous attack but to no avail. We’ll have an update on Morrison’s condition very soon.

MCPW Champion Jumal Kyng defeated Rohit Raju to retain the title in his second defense. Raju antagonized the crowd before the match, talking about how he was in Vegas taping TV for Impact Wrestling, and would much rather be there than in Kalkaska. The two fought tooth and nail for over 15 minutes, and Kyng pulled off an incredible Dethroner to get the pin.

MCPW returns to the East Jordan Civic Center on Saturday, October 19! Two huge matches are already announced – Jumal Kyng vs. “Suplex Shogun” Jackson Stone; and the MCPW Tag Team Titles will be on the line in a Blood Sport Match when No Good Neil & Ashton Wagandha battle Jack Verville & Conrad Loucks!