Oops...We Did It AGAIN! – Civic Center – East Jordan, MI – Friday, March 8, 2019

MCPW returned to the Civic Center in East Jordan to celebrate our twelfth anniversary with “Oops…We Did It Again.”

Conrad Loucks defeated MCPW Champion Jack Verville by disqualification in a non-title match. The show started with Loucks and Verville bursting through the curtain, already brawling. Once they made it to the ring, it wasn’t long before MCPW Tag Team Champions No Good Neil and Ashton Wagandha made their presence felt at ringside. As soon as they interfered, the referee was forced to call for a disqualification.

After the match, Max Morrison ran out to help his friend Loucks and chase the nefarious trio away with a steel chair. President Mikey Zeroe then announced that Verville, Neil, and Wagandha would team in the main event to face Loucks, Morrison, and a mystery partner – the man who Verville will be defending the MCPW Title against at Battleground!

Jumal Kyng defeated Nolan Edwards. Kyng has been picking up victory after victory in MCPW, and this bout was no different. Edwards was very impressive in his debut, but in the end Kyng was dominant in picking up the win.

Christopher Saint defeated Jimmy Shalwin. In a battle of decorated MCPW veterans (Saint is the current Chainsaw Cup holder, and both Saint and Shalwin are two-time Tag Team Champions and Shalwin a former No Limits Champion), Saint came out on top after some less than honorable tactics.

Adam Sniper and Caden Ames wrestled to a no-contest after Christopher Saint hit the ring and attacked the AMES Army, Adam Sniper, and AMES with a chair, and even put AMES through a table with an exploder. MCPW President Mikey Zeroe confronted Saint, who was upset that the Sniper/AMES match was for a future title shot, when HE was the one who earned a future title shot by winning the Chainsaw Cup. Mikey Zeroe then announced that Saint will defend his Chainsaw Cup Trophy at Battleground 11 in a Triple Threat TLC Match against both AMES and Adam Sniper!

In the first match back from intermission, Dre Jacobs defeated Dickie Watts. Both men were making their MCPW debuts, and both successfully showed off their unique styles and got the crowd invested. In the end, Jacobs was simply too powerful for Watts to overcome.

Jackson Stone defeated Jeff King. This was a first-time match that certainly didn’t disappoint. Both men brutalized each other with stiff strikes and suplexes, but in the end, the Suplex Shogun put the veteran King down for the three-count.

The final match of the evening saw Max Morrison, Conrad Loucks, and mystery partner Jumal Kyng defeat MCPW Champion Jack Verville and MCPW Tag Team Champion No Good Neil & Ashton Wagandha in a wild six-man tag team match. One referee could barely contain all the action in this one, and in the end Verville was left alone with all three of his opponents. Verville took finishers from everyone, and his next challenger, Jumal Kyng, got the pin.

Stay tuned to our Facebook page and our Official Website for all the information leading into Battleground 11! Already announced is the main event of Jack Verville defending the MCPW Championship against Jumal Kyng, plus matches featuring Michigan’s own Scott Steiner, Joey Ryan, and oVe!