10/15: MCW Autumn Armageddon Results
Last night in Joppa, MD at the R.J. Meyer Arena, a packed house was in attendance for the final stop of the MCW Autumn Armageddon Tour for 2022 and multiple championship belts changed hands.
Things kicked off around 7:30 with an introductory video narrated by then-MCW Heavyweight Champion The Mecca (Brian Johnson).
The first match got things underway as Moses challenged Demarcus Kane for the MCW Rage TV Championship. Moses emerged victorious and took away the championship belt from Kane.
In other matches:
Miami Mike Walker was defeated by Bobby Fish. During the match, Mike’s manager Hellfire McGuire was banished from ringside by the referee.
A Last Man Standing match between Kekoa and King McBride including fighting all over the arena including in middle of the audience. All sorts of foreign objects were pulled from underneath the ring, and when Kekoa pulled a storage container out and opened it up, a woman even popped out of it and tried to help him (she showed up again later in the match). As the pair fought on the entrance ramp they ended up on the floor beside it and Kekoa didn’t answer the 10-count, giving the win to McBride. Before the match, while McBride was being interviewed backstage he rebuffed attempts by Andy Vineberg to join him at ringside.
There were some changes made to the original card due to one wrestler not being cleared to wrestle by the state athletic commission and another who had personal issues arise.
These changes resulted in The Trade, featuring Robert Locke, Brandon Scott, and Myles Hawkins facing the team of the Motor City Machine Guns and Joe Keys in six-man tag team action. The Trade lost after Locke retired to the dressing room area late in the match and then post-match Locke was chastising Hawkins, who got into it with him later backstage.
Right before intermission, the set of Mister Bagwell’s Neighborhood was set up and Buff Bagwell came to the ring to host his segment. After a visit from the mailman, Miami Mike and Hellfire McGuire joined Mister Bagwell as guests. The pair didn’t like Bagwell talking about their loss earlier in the evening to Bobby Fish, and after they insulted the photo of his late mother in the ring, Bagwell proceeded to beat them up with a crutch he had been using to get around.
After the intermission, the tag team of Gia Scott and Leila Grey defeated the team of Mandy Leon and Ray Lyn.
Tim Spriggs’ entourage with all his BJJ belts and tropies and champagne didn’t hang around the ring like they used to do for his match with Alec Odin, but one member did come out and try to interfere. After Spriggs lost to Odin he ended up putting Ref Becky into a submission hold until Odin returned to the ring and stopped it. Spriggs did not respond well backstage afterwards.
In the main event, Action Andretti faced MCW Heavyweight Champion Mecca. After a match with lots of action inside and outside the ring, including the referee being knocked out of action, Andretti emerged as the winner of the match and the new MCW Heavyweight Champion. After the match, Demarcus Kane came out on the entrance ramp and started down Andretti. Mecca melted down in a post-match interview backstage.
MCW has interviews from last night posted on their Facebook page.
MCW will return to action in Joppa on November 5 at Higher Ground.
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