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MCW Pro Wrestling

Independent wrestling promotion

MCW Pro Wrestling (formerly known as Maryland Championship Wrestling)[1][2] is a regional independent wrestling promotion based in Joppa, Maryland. It has regularly run events in the Mid-Atlantic region since the late 1990s.[3]

History[edit]

Maryland Championship Wrestling (MCW) was originally established by wrestlers Dan McDevitt and Mark Shrader as an extension of the wrestling school Bone Breakers Training Center. MCW held its first card at Baltimore's Patapsco Arena on July 19, 1998, featuring Jerry Lynn, Devon Storm, Little Guido, Balls Mahoney, manager Jim Cornette and The Headbangers. During that event, MCW held a six-man match to crown the first ever Light Heavyweight Champion. The winner of the match was Shane Shamrock and due to his shooting death by police the following month, MCW named him as the lifetime Light Heavyweight Champion and replaced it with the Cruiserweight Championship.

Throughout the next year, the promotion featured veteran wrestlers such as Ricky Steamboat, Ricky Morton, Bobby Eaton, Tito Santana, The Iron Sheik, Sherri Martel, The Road Warriors, King Kong Bundy and Jerry "The King" Lawler, the latter two winning the promotion's heavyweight championship. Longtime mainstays such as Joey Matthews, Jimmy Cicero, Judas Young and Mickie James also began gaining popularity in the promotion.[4]

On March 27, 2002, Steve Wilkos of The Jerry Springer Show made a one night appearance teaming with Gillberg to defeat The Slackers (Chad Bowman and Dino Devine) in a tag team match in Glen Burnie, Maryland; the 1,267 in attendance setting a new record for its home arena Michael's Eighth Avenue ballroom.[5]

After holding its final card, The Last Dance: Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup, on July 16, 2003, MCW announced its intentions to merge with its longtime rival the Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation. McDevitt and Shrader had originally left Mid-Eastern due to a business dispute with half its roster subsequently leaving for the newly established MCW.[6] Although operations officially ceased in 2003, McDevitt continued holding occasional cards exclusively at Fort Meade[7] under the "Fort Meade Wrestling" banner during the next several years before returning booking regular MCW events again.

MCW made Baltimore headlines in October 2006, with the booking of WIYY morning show personalities Kirk McEwen and Mark Ondayko as part of an eight-man tag match. Participating would have been a breach of their contract with their radio station, however, in the ensuing controversy, the longtime DJs left WIYY for rival WHFS.[8]

On April 22, 2016, it was announced that the promotion was changing its name from Maryland Championship Wrestling to MCW Pro Wrestling.[2]

Rage TV[edit]

The promotion also has a syndicated television show, Rage TV, which is also broadcast via the internet.[9] Episodes of Rage TV have also been released on DVD.

In December 2000, local television producer Natasha Small filed a complaint to city officials in Bowie, Maryland in which she claimed she and her daughter had been subject to harassment stemming from a verbal confrontation with Rage TV host Jeff Jones during a television taping at the Bowie Community Television station on October 1, 2002. Although a written response by the city manager's office condemned both parties, no criminal or civil charges were filed against Jones or Maryland Championship Wrestling. Small's claims were supported by former studio director Milly Hall who had previously filed a complaint accusing Jones of using the studio to produce tapes for sale over the internet and what she described as "pornographic-like images" appearing on the show's official website. Maryland Championship Wrestling denied these charges however and, while city officials admitted the possibility of the promotion using the show to "assist a commercial venture", the city notified producers of new policy updates to guard against such assistance.[10]

In April 2011, Rage TV taped shows at Duane "Gillberg" Gill's Professional Wrestling Academy in Severn, Maryland. The show was hosted by country music singer Mark Bray and Gill.[11]

Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup[edit]

The Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup is an annual tournament held since 1999. The format of the tournament sees twelve wrestlers competing in six one-on-one matches, with the six winners advancing to an elimination match finale. The tournament is named in honor of Shane Shamrock, the inaugural MCW Light Heavyweight Champion who was shot and killed during an altercation with police officers in 1998.[12]

When MCW closed its doors in 2003, an arrangement was made with Ring of Honor (ROH) that when ROH made its debut in the Baltimore area, it would carry on the tradition of the Shane Shamrock Cup. At ROH's The Last Stand, it was announced ROH would continue the Shane Shamrock Cup on June 24, 2004. In March, however, Rob Feinstein was forced to step down as owner of ROH. Less than a week before the tournament, Feinstein sold his share of ROH to Cary Silkin, causing Maryland promoter Dick Caricofe to pull out of the show. ROH was forced to move the show to Philadelphia and renamed the show Survival of the Fittest.

When MCW reopened in February 2006, it was announced that they were bringing back the Shane Shamrock Cup.

Shamrock Cup X (2010)[edit]

MCW held its 10th annual Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup (branded as "MCW Shamrock Cup X") on July 31, 2010.

CompetitorEliminated by
Sami Callihan Rich Swann
Rich Swann Tommaso Ciampa
Tommaso Ciampa Christian York
Teddy Stigma Ryan McBride
Ryan McBride (p) Christian York
Christian York Winner

(p) – refers to the previous winner heading into the match

Shane Shamrock Cup (2013)[edit]

The 13th MCW Shane Shamrock Cup was held on August 10, 2013.[17]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Derek Frazier and Ruckus defeated The Unleashed (Dezmond Xavier and Fenix Fury) Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup First Round tag team match
2 Drolix defeated Alexander James Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup First Round match
3 Papadon defeated Oliver Grimsly Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup First Round match
4 Luke Hawx defeated Lance Anoai Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup First Round match
5 Mike Mondo defeated Shawn Patrick Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup First Round match
6 Buck Chyld and G-Fed defeated The New Age Scumbags (Adam Flash and Ronnie Zukko) (c), Mitch Miller and Paul White, 2-Dope and Napalm Bomb, The Hell Cats (Jimmy Starz and Sexy Steve), Hoss Hagood, and Chuck Lennox and Solo Gauntlet match for the MCW Tag Team Championship
7 Cobian and Nui Tofiga fought to a double countout Singles match
8 Jessie Kaye and Veda Scott defeated Amber Rodriguez and Renee Michelle Tag team match
9 Christian York (c) defeated C-Fed Singles match for the MCW Heavyweight Championship
10 Luke Hawx defeated Adam Cole, Derek Frazier, Drolix, Papadon and Mike MondoSix-way elimination match for the Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
CompetitorEliminated by
Mike Mondo Papadon
Papadon Derek Frazier
Derek Frazier Drolix
Drolix Adam Cole
Adam Cole (p) Luke Hawx
Luke Hawx Winner

(p) – refers to the previous winner heading into the match

Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup (2014)[edit]

The 14th Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup was held on July 19, 2014 in Joppa, Maryland.[18]

CompetitorEliminated by
Bo Nekoda Bu Ku Dao
Bolt Brady Papadon
Papadon Shane Strickland
Shane Strickland Bu Ku Dao
Bu Ku Dao Drolix
Drolix Winner

Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup XV (2015)[edit]

The 15th annual Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup took place on July 18, 2015 at the MCW Arena in Joppa, Maryland.[19]

CompetitorEliminated by
Eddie Edwards Shane Strickland
Brandon Scott Drolix
Matt Cross Lio Rush
Drolix (p) Shane Strickland
Shane Strickland Lio Rush
Lio Rush Winner

(p) – refers to the previous winner heading into the match

Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup XVI (2016)[edit]

The 16th annual Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup took place on July 16, 2016 at the MCW Arena in Joppa, Maryland.[20]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Sonjay Dutt defeated Chuck Lennox Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2016 First Round match
2 Travis Gordon defeated Facade and Leon St. Giovanni Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2016 First Round three-way match
3 The Dixon Line (Robert Locke and Joe Keys) defeated Brandon Scott and Sean Carr Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2016 First Round tag team match (Winner of the Fall advances)
4 Tommaso Ciampa defeated Jason KincaidShane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2016 First Round match
5 Jason Kincaid defeated Brandon Scott, Chuck Lennox, Facade, Leon St. Giovann, Robert Locke and Sean Carr Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2016 Last Chance Battle royal
6 F.U. (Chris Swann and George Jenkins) defeated The Hell Cats (Jimmy Starz and Sexy Steve) Unsanctioned Street Fight
7 Ecktourge (Dirty Money and Eric Chapel) defeated Punk Rock All-Stars (c) (Shaun Cannon and Drake Carter), Black Wallstreet (Napalm Bomb and Solo), The Bruiser and Rayo, Cousin Clay and Bo Nekoda and Guns 4 Hire (Paul Jordane and Bill Collier) MCW Tag Team ChampionshipGauntlet match
8 Brittany Blake (c) defeated Kennadi BrinkSingles match for the MCW Women's Championship
9 King McBride (c) defeated Drolix Singles match for the MCW Heavyweight Championship
10 Lio Rush defeated Jason Kincaid, Joe Keys, Sonjay Dutt, Travis Gordon and Tommaso CiampaSix-way elimination match for the 2016 Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
CompetitorEliminated by
Joe Keys Jason Kincaid
Sonjay Dutt Travis Gordon
Jason Kincaid Lio Rush
Travis Gordon Tommaso Ciampa
Tommaso Ciampa Lio Rush
Lio Rush (p) Winner

(p) – refers to the previous winner heading into the match

Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup XVII (2017)[edit]

The 17th annual Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup took place on July 14 and 15, 2017 at the MCW Arena in Joppa, Maryland.

Day 1
Day 2
No. Results Stipulations
1 Leon St. Giovanni defeated Joe Keys Singles match
2 The Winner's Circle (Jeremiah and Rayo) defeated The Hell Cats (Jimmy Starz and Sexy Steve) Tag team match
3 Anthony Henry defeated Chuck Lennox, Elia, Hoss Hagood, Josh Woods, Kai Katana, Leon St. Giovanni, Lor Diaz, Punk Rock All-Stars (Shaun Cannon and Drake Carter) and Shaun Moore Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2016 Last Chance Battle royal
4 Anthony Bowen defeated Matt Macintosh Singles match
5 Maxwell Jacob Friedman defeated Dante Cabellero (c) and Greg Excellent Three-way match for the MCW Rage Championship
6 The Bruiser and Marcellus Prime defeated Napalm Bomb and Sean Studd No-Countout, No disqualificationtag team match
7 Ryan McBride defeated Ken Dixon Singles match
8 Guns 4 Hire (Bill Collier and Paul Jordane) (c) defeated Ecktourge (Dirty Money and Eric Chapel) Tag team match for the MCW Tag Team Championship
9 Joey Matthews defeated Anthony Henry, Brandon Scott, Joey Janela, Lio Rush and Shaheem Ali Six-way elimination match for the 2017 Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
CompetitorEliminated by
Shaheem Ali Joey Matthews
Brandon Scott Lio Rush
Anthony Henry Joey Janela
Joey Janela Lio Rush
Lio Rush (p) Joey Matthews
Joey Matthews Winner

(p) – refers to the previous winner heading into the match

Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup XVIII (2018)[edit]

The 18th annual Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup took place on July 13 and 14, 2018 at the MCW Arena in Joppa, Maryland.

Day 1
No. Results Stipulations
1 Anthony Henry defeated Joe Keys Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2018 First Round match
2 Brandon Scott defeated Ken Dixon Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2018 First Round match
3 Dante Caballero defeated Joe Gacy Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2018 First Round match
4 Ryan McBride defeated Greg Excellent (c) Singles match for the MCW Rage Championship
5 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Drew Alder Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2018 First Round match
6 John Skyler defeated Rayo Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2018 First Round match
7 James Drake and Kekoa fought to a Draw Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2018 First Round match
8 Joe Keys defeated Drew Alder, James Drake, Joe Gacy, Kekoa, Ken Dixon and Rayo Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup 2018 Last Chance Battle royal
9 The Bruiser (c) defeated The Cartel (Dante Caballero and Joe Keys) Handicap match for the MCW Heavyweight Championship
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
Day 2
CompetitorEliminated by
Anthony Henry 2 Cold Scorpio
John Skyler Brandon Scott
2 Cold ScorpioJoe Keys
Dante Caballero Joe Keys
Brandon Scott Joe Keys
Joe Keys Winner

(p) – refers to the previous winner heading into the match

Championships[edit]

Active[edit]

Retired[edit]

Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup winners[edit]

Name Date[23]
Christian YorkJuly 8, 1999
Qeenan Creed July 9, 2000
Joey MatthewsJuly 18, 2001
Reckless YouthJuly 17, 2002 [24]
Christian York (2) July 16, 2003
RuckusJuly 7, 2006
Josh Daniels July 8, 2007
Derek Frazier July 19, 2008
Ryan McBride July 11, 2009
Christian York (3)[13]July 31, 2010
Sami CallihanJuly 30, 2011
Adam ColeJuly 7, 2012
Luke HawxAugust 10, 2013
Drolix July 19, 2014
Lio RushJuly 18, 2015
Lio Rush (2) July 16, 2016
Joey Matthews (2) July 15, 2017
Joe Keys July 14, 2018
Brandon Scott July 13, 2019

Hall of Fame[edit]

The MCW Hall of Fame is an Americanprofessional wrestlinghall of fame. It was established in 2009.[25]

Media[edit]

  • MCW: Xtreme Measures II DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2007.
  • MCW: Shane Shamrock Tribute Show, 9/20/98. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2007.
  • MCW: Aggravated Assault. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2007.
  • MCW: Anniversary 2007. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2007.
  • MCW: 6th Shane Shamrck Memorial Cup DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Guerrilla Warfare. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Holiday Homecoming. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: March Madness. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Monster Mash. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Phenomenal Final Four. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Red, White, Black & Bruised. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Resurrection. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Tribute to the Legends. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: Xtreme Measures. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2006.
  • MCW: The Last Dance. DVD. Maryland Championship Wrestling, 2003.

Further reading[edit]

  • "Wrestling, all pumped up The violent, adult themes of today's pro wrestling are a far cry from the cartoonish characters of the 1980s. Should parents let their kids watch?". York Daily Record. 23 July 2001

References[edit]

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  5. ^"Steve, Springer's security chief, victorious in pro wrestling debut". Associated Press State & Local Wire. 28 March 2002.
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  8. ^Farhi, Paul (2006-10-31). "Station Break". Washington Post. Retrieved 2007-05-07.
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  13. ^ ab"Official Tickets and Your Source for Live Entertainment - AXS.com". www.examiner.com.
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  20. ^"Sting, Lex Luger & Others Appearing At MCW Shamrock Cup – Details". Events Database. Prowrestling.com. Retrieved 5 July 2016.
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External links[edit]

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MCW Winter Blast 2019 at the MCW Arena featuring Big Poppa Pump Scott Steiner in action, The Mouth of the South Jimmy Hart, The Return of 10 Time MCW Heavyweight Champion The Bruiser and all the stars of MCW. Join us for the preshow meet and greet from 6pm-7:30pm. Meet all the stars of MCW and The Big Stars (additonal charge for Scott Steiner & Jimmy Hart). Visit www.mcwprowrestling.com for more information.

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