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Active Roster Cedric Alexander Mustafa Ali Andrade 'Cien' Almas Finn Balor Tyler Bate Ariya Daivari Bryan Danielson Tenille Dashwood Samoa Joe Dakota Kai Keith Lee Becky Lynch Gran Metalik Buddy Murphy Tegan Nox Ricochet Ruby Riott Akira Tozawa Mia Yim
Lucha Bros. Rey Fenix Pentagon Jr.
RISEN Shinsuke Nakamura Kairi Sane Io Shirai
Undisputed Era Adam Cole Bobby Fish Kyle O'Reilly Roderick Strong
Alumni & Freelancers Mike Bennett Lince Dorado Pete Dunne MJF Chad Gable Drew Gulak Jon Moxley Brian Myers Kenny Omega Hangman Page Erick Redbeard Cody Rhodes Dustin Rhodes Raymond Rowe Rockstar Spud Tracy Williams
The ELITE Matt Jackson Nick Jackson Chris Jericho Cody Rhodes
FTR Dax Harwood Cash Wheeler
War Machine Hanson Raymond Rowe Sarah Rowe
Staff Governing Body MCW Board of Directors
Broadcast Team Charly Caruso Aiden English "Excalibur" Maryse Mizanin
MCW Action! Episode #4 Full Show Results & Spoilers
- Excalibur officially joined the broadcast team and will serve alongside Aiden English as the primary announce team. Chris Jericho joined to start the show.
- Finn Balor moved to 2-0 defeating Drew Gulak (0-3) with the Coup de Grace to earn a spot in the Pride of the Class Tournament quarterfinals.
- Ariya Daivari & Erick Rowan continued to pester Chad Gable about "returning to his roots."
- Gran Metalik moved to 3-0 defeating Adam Cole (0-3) with a shining wizard to earn a spot in the Pride of the Class Tournament quarterfinals.
- Shinsuke Nakamura sat down for an interview with Charly Caruso, revealing that his shoulder injury was less severe than expected, and he will return to the ring at MCW Premier.
- Jericho challenged Nakamura to go one-on-one at Premier to determine the "true" rock star of MCW.
- Mustafa Ali (2-1) edged out Ariya Daivari (1-2) to advance to the Pride of the Class Tournament quarterfinals. After the match, Gable ran off Daivari and Rowan before hitting Ali with an Olympic Slam.
Post by Tomoblivion on Oct 25, 2020 11:47:19 GMT -5
I like that Metalik is 3-0. Nice change, as oppose to seeing all the big names do well, interested to see where it will go with Cole being 0-3. The Jericho/Nakamura challenge will be a belter! I would like to see Ali win the tournament! Good work mate!
MCW Action! Episode #5 Full Show Results & Spoilers
- Ricochet (2-1) nailed Cedric Alexander (1-2) with the Benadryller to knock off his friend and qualify for the Pride of the Class Quarterfinals.
- Chad Gable (2-1) forced Akira Tozawa (1-2) to tap out to an ankle lock, but not until after Erick Rowan and Ariya Daivari provided an important assist. The trio has officially formed an alliance ahead of MCW Premier.
- Excalibur and Aiden English revealed the MasterClass Medallion.
- Adam Cole, Lita, and Charly Caruso previewed this Sunday's Event Center where Cole and a special guest will make their predictions for the card. Cole relinquished his entry into the Global Gauntlet.
- Daniel Bryan (2-1) forced Tyler Bate (2-1) to submit with the LeBell Lock to qualify for the Pride of the Class Quarterfinals.
Post by Tomoblivion on Oct 30, 2020 11:28:29 GMT -5
I sense a feud between Bate + Bryan! Should be good. Neat idea with the group of Gable + Daivari, with Rowan as the muscle! The medallion is a real cool and unique concept, i love this, i feel like this is what AEW would be if they took there win/loss/draw record seriously and kept to there word that they were going be a sports based product!
MCW Premier Full Show Results & Spoilers / Monday News Round-Up
- On the MCW Event Center, Adam Cole revealed that he gave up his spot in the Global Gauntlet for longtime friend Kyle O'Reilly.
- MCW Kingdom, the season one finale, was officially announced for Dec. 13.
- AEW Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes joined the Event Center, announcing MCW x AEW Collision for January 2021.
- Ricochet (3-1) avoided the running knee from Daniel Bryan (2-2) and landed a 630 Splash to advance to the Pride of the Class Tournament semifinals.
- With special guest Pete Dunne watching at ringside, Mustafa Ali (3-1) rolled up Tyler Bate (2-2) in the opening moments of the match to advance to the semifinals.
- Despite a distraction from Ariya Daivari, the Prince Finn Balor (3-0) hit the Bloody Sunday to defeat Chad Gable (2-2) and advance to the semifinals.
- A mysterious "coming soon" vignette aired, promising to make MasterClass "ELITE."
- In the Rock Star Showdown, a confrontation with the referee cost Chris Jericho (1-1) as he ate a Bomaye from Shinsuke Nakamura (1-1).
- Two friends faced off in the first semifinal, but Gran Metalik (4-0) planted Ricochet (3-2) with the Metalik Driver for a pinfall victory.
- Finn Balor (4-0) overcame a powerbomb onto the apron to defeat Mustafa Ali (3-2) and advance to the main event.
- The 10-"Man" Global Gauntlet brought major surprises in the debuts of O'Reilly and Becky Lynch and mass destruction as Samoa Joe and Erick Rowan broke through the set, but Cedric Alexander (2-2) outlasted Daivari (1-3), Drew Gulak (0-4), Rowan (0-1), Joe (0-1), Mike Bennett (0-1), O'Reilly (0-1), Lynch (0-1), and La Sombra (0-1) to claim the MasterClass Medallion and a future MCW Pride Championship match.
- The Pride of the Class Tournament came to a close fittingly with the battle of undefeateds, but Gran Metalik (5-0) overcame underhanded tactics from Finn Balor (4-1) to claim the MCW Pride Championship for himself.
Post by Tomoblivion on Nov 2, 2020 11:35:38 GMT -5
Nice! Good to see some new additions in MCW. I'd like to see a women's division soon! I like the Pete Dunne segment, be cool to see a old school british fued! Glad to see Metalik become the champ, nice change. I love the AEW partnership, that will be cool to watch and the Kingdom logo looks sweet!!! Nice show, i really enjoyed it! I'm looking forward to Kingdom. Should be great!
MCW Action! Episode #6 Full Show Results & Spoilers
- Finn Balor and Chris Jericho expressed their criticism of the officiating in their respective matches at MCW Premier.
Singles :: Becky Lynch (1-1) scored a victory in under a minute with the Dis-Arm-Her on Rockstar Spud (0-2).
- Backstage, Adam Cole promised Kyle O'Reilly that their luck would turn around next week, and that it was "undisputed."
- Aiden English hosted a Championship Ceremony for new MCW Pride Champion Gran Metalik. Before the champ could speak, they were interrupted by Balor and Jericho, who believe they have legitimate claims against MCW officials. Before the two sides came to blows, Shinsuke Nakamura made the save. Metalik laid down the challenge for a tag team main event.
- Ruby Riott spoke to Charly Caruso ahead of her MasterClass debut.
- The group now known as The Triple Rock (Ariya Daivari, Chad Gable, & Erick Rowan) laid out their grievances with the results of the Global Gauntlet at Premier. In turn, they were interrupted by Akira Tozawa, Cedric Alexander, and Samoa Joe, setting up the next match.
Trios :: Daivari (2-3) picked up the victory for himself, Gable (3-2), and Rowan (1-1) with an STO on Alexander (2-3). Joe (0-2) and Rowan battled to the backstage area where they once again crashed through the set, while Tozawa fell to 1-4 on the season.
- Bryan Danielson formally announced his return to his real name, in hops of changing his fortune. La Sombra interrupted the interview ahead of their match in next week's main event.
Singles :: Ruby Riott (1-0) defeated Mike Bennett with the Riott Kick.
Tag Team :: Nakamura (2-1) hit Balor (4-2) with the Bomaye to earn the tag team victory. After the match, Matt & Nick Jackson of AEW's The Young Bucks emerged to help Jericho (1-2) and Balor beat down Nakamura and Metalik (6-0).
News & Notes for Friday 11/6
- With the announced delays of AEW Unrivaled Series 2, the fate of MCWxAEW Collision remains up in the air. While we believe we can put on a solid card without access to the full #AEWUnrivaled roster, we remain hopeful we will be able to make good on an early January date for the action! In the meantime, MCW Action! continues weekly and MCW Kingdom capping off season one next month!
Sorry for the delay in getting this post up, gang... as I warned early on, I might slip a bit on remembering to swing by WF, but I appreciate all the support from my OG wrestling community!
MCW Action! - Episode #7 (Full Show Results & Spoilers)
- All-Elite Wrestling Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes joined Excalibur and Aiden English for commentary.
- Failing to "show Tyler Bate how to win," Pete Dunne (0-1) fell victim to a roll-up from Mustafa Ali (4-2) in the night's opener. Afterward, the two British Strong Style-rs brawled on the outside.
- Gran Metalik and Shinsuke Nakamura laid out a challenge to the Young Bucks, Matt & Nick Jackson of Alpha Club and All-Elite Wrestling, for next week.
- Ricochet (4-2) hit the Recoil on Brian Myers (0-1) to pick up a pinfall victory. After the bell, he challenged the winner of the night's main event!
- After Kyle O'Reilly (1-1) forced Drew Gulak (0-5) to tap out to ARMageddon, Adam Cole faked an invitation to join the Undisputed Era before Bobby Fish and Roderick Strong jumped Gulak, arriving officially in MasterClass Wrestling.
- During a special one-on-one interview with Lita and Becky Lynch, Mike Bennett interrupted, vowing to force "The Man" out of MCW.
- In the night's main event, La Sombra (0-2) attempted to use his removed mask to conceal a weapon, but Bryan Danielson (3-2) blocked and locked in the LeBell Lock for a submission victory.
- In a special Friday edition of Action After the Bell, La Sombra revealed he would be competing as Andrade 'Cien' Almas moving forward.