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RIP VICTOR LEWIS.....Sa 12/10/05 [ 12-10-2005 ]
    Former M.C.W. Hwt. Champion Victor "Koco" Lewis was laid to rest   on Thanksgiving weekend.     Lewis and fellow Lima, Ohio native Al Snow turned pro together as ro...
RIP ROCK STEVENS.....T 9/28/04 [ 09-28-2004 ]
    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of the late Scott Neuhardt (1964-2004). Big Scott was better known as Punisher Rock Stevens, the Motor City Wrestling HWT C...
MCW TV tapings @ The Barn, Saline, MI [ 04-01-2000 ]
Punisher Rock Stevens & the Hun won the MCW Tag Team championship via forfeit vs defending champs Aaron & Neville Starr, who were stranded at the Nashville, TN airport. Byron Costello won a #1...
MCW @ Joe Dumars Fieldhouse, Shelby Twp., MI [ 02-02-2000 ]
Aaron & Neville Starr won the MCW Tag Team championship by defeating defending champs Drunk T. Clown & Capt. Canadian Customs when Aaron pinned the Capt. Byron Costello pinned Red Thunder. T...
MCW @ Regal Lanes, Warren, MI [ 01-01-2000 ]
The Hun Big-splash-pinned Red Thunder in 6-sec. Drunk T. Clown & Capt.Canadian Customs captured the MCW Tag Team title by winning a "Last Man Standing, New Year's Day, Hangover Match" from defen...
MCW "Devil's Night Dance" @ The Barn, Saline, MI [ 10-30-1999 ]
Utah Calhoun pinned Byron Costello. Ringo Calhoun pinned Ronnie Avram. The Nightmares won a "Devil's Night Dance" vs Viktor Koloff & Viktor Kozlov when Nightmare #3 pumpkin-bashed Kozlov for...
MCW "Happy Hour" @ Wyatt Arena, Southfield, MI [ 05-01-1999 ]
Rocky delaHoz wrestled Byron Costello to a 10-minute draw. Manny Ward went to a 10-min. draw with Ronnie Avram. Aaron & Neville Starr defeated the Nightmares and Viktor Koloff & Viktor Kozlov...
MCW "April Fool's Day Party" @ Wyatt Arena, Southfield, MI [ 04-01-1999 ]
The Diamond Destroyers (Aarogant Otis Apollo & Killer Kanareck) goaded Viktor Koloff & Vitkor Kozlov to put their #1 tag title contender spot on the line in a "Challenge Match." The Destroyers the...
MCW TV tapings @ Continental Cable studios, Roseville, MI [ 10-05-1998 ]
Results of a #1 MCW Tag Team Title Contender Tournament..... Quarter-Final #1:    Utah & Ringo Calhoun defeated Rocky delaHoz & El Diablo. Quarter-Final #2:    Brute Force & Ace Dis...
MCW TV tapings @ Continental Cable studios, Roseville, MI [ 09-01-1998 ]
Larry "Destiny" Brun defeated Prof. Maxwell. Bo Louis beat Bad Brad Johnson. Drunk T. Clown pinned Matsuzuka. Powerlifter Paul DQ-defeated the Hun. The Calhoun Bros. (Utah & Ringo) debu...
MCW annual "Softball Brawl" @ Traverse City Civic Center, Traverse City, MI [ 08-08-1998 ]
The SuperKeys became two-time MCW tag team champions by besting defending champions Security Force when absent SF#22 was replaced by MGR the Hun and Hun was pinned by S-Key #2. The Hun German-...
MCW "Happy Hour" @ Wyatt Arena, Southfield, MI [ 05-01-1998 ]
Big John R won the "Underground Encounter" Battle Royal where ten competitors fought from the underground parking garage to the top of the 14-story building by being first man to reach the top o...
MCW TV tapings @ Troy-Athens H-School Gym, Troy, MI [ 03-20-1998 ]
MCW combined Hwt/TV   champion Punisher Rock Stevens destroyed newcomer Bad Moon Rising in a non-title match. Former MCW Hwt champ The Patriot defeated the Canadian Destroyer in a "Mask vs...
MCW TV tapings @ Troy, OH Arena [ 04-04-1992 ]
Scott "The Rock" Stevens won a Battle Royal. Hometown hero Jerry "Conquest" Kinicki beat Major Reno Havoc. Badlands Rex Bodie beat Mad Max Anthony. Sabu the Elephant Boy pinned "Asian Air...
MCW TV tapings DOUBLEHEADER @ Lima, OH [ 03-21-1992 ]
In matinee action at the Lima Shopping Mall..... FireChief Derrick Bradley pinned Krusher Kline. The Wild Bunch beat the Nightmares via pinfall in 47-mins. ATTENDANCE:   900. Eveni...
MCW TV tapings @ Continental Cable studios, Madison Hgts., MI [ 03-17-1992 ]
In a "Live" St. Patrick's Day special..... The Wild Bunch beat the Nightmares in a wild bout which broke the wrestling ring. Nightmare #1 was pinned at 7:33 off a Double-Bunch-Bomb (2-man piled...
MCW @ Napoleon, OH [ 03-14-1992 ]
Scott "The Rock" Stevens won a Battle Royal. Kid Kollins defeated Agony. The Patriot topped Major Reno Havoc. Badlands Bodie beat Cpl. Daril Daniels. Sabu the Elephant Boy moonsault-pin...
MCW TV tapings @ Continental Cable studios, Madison Hgts., MI [ 01-08-1992 ]
Byron Costello dropkicked and covered Bobcat Blair. SuperKey Figure-4ed the Spider. The Hun German-klaw-submissioned Dark Ninja into unconsciousness. MCW Hwt champion Man Mt. Lancaster pin...
MCW TV tapings @ Lima, OH Civic Center [ 11-01-1991 ]
In a one-night tournament to establish the ICW Northern States Hwt Championship..... QUARTER-FINAL #1:   Scotty "HotBody" Summers pinned Rob Zakowski in 8:32. QF#2:   Scott "The Roc...
MCW TV tapings @ The Barn, Saline, MI [ 05-26-1991 ]
Byron Costello wrestled Cpl. Daniels to a 15-minute draw. MCW Ladies champion Sasha Sovietka brawled to a no-contest with challenger Angelika Blue. As a result the title was held-up. The Pat...
MCW TV tapings @ Gaylord, MI H-School Gym [ 05-04-1991 ]
Scott Summers schoolboy-cradled Charlie Fulton at 11:12. The Destroyer splash-pinned Jim Reid in 6:41 to ruin Reid's pro debut. Sensational Al Snow pinned Cpl. Daniels in 13:07. Denny Kass...
MCW TV tapings @ The Barn, Saline, MI [ 03-31-1991 ]
Red Thunder defeated Byron Costello off a Thunderbolt-dropkick at 14:27. The Patriots went to a 20-minute time limit draw with the International Jihad. Former MCW ladies titleholder Sasha Sov...
MCW TV tapings @ St. Joseph, MI H-School Gym [ 03-30-1991 ]
A bloodied Modest Mickey Doyle went to a double-countout vs Dennis Kass in 15:16. Farmer Pete got a rollover pin on Little John to win a midget match at 10:51. The MCW US Tag Team champion Ni...
MCW @ Mt. Pleasant, MI Arena [ 06-29-1989 ]
The Psycho mauled Bobby Dazzler. Bobcat Blair dropkick-pinned Lover Boy. The Destroyer downed Byron Costello. Red Thunder clawhold-submissioned Blue Demon. MCW Ladies champion Sasha Sov...
MCW @ The Barn, Saline, MI [ 02-26-1989 ]
SuperKey Figure-4ed the Canadian Lumberjack in 10:47. Sasha Sovietka superplexed Angelika Blue at 8:12. As a result of this match the MCW Board of Directors voted to make Sovietka the MCW Ladi...
MCW @ The Barn, Saline, MI [ 04-01-1988 ]
Aaron & Neville Starr defeated the Harlem Destroyers. Guru Singh pinned Jay Storm. Blue Demon beat Randy Cole. Self-proclaimed "Ghetto Champion" L.A. Watts kicked and covered Boofer Brown....
MCW @ The Barn, Saline, MI [ 04-01-1987 ]
Aaron & Neville Starr drew with the SuperKeys. The Patriot drew vs Byron Costello. Self-proclaimed "Ghetto Champion" L.A. Watts beat challenger BuBu Louis. Guru Singh drew vs Terry Blancha...


Roll Call of Champions - Singles
MCW Hwt. Championship VACATED def. --- [ 07-03-2000 ]
Motor City Wrestling suspended operations, vacating all titles, with Punisher Rock Stevens falling one day shy of matching Man Mt. Lancaster's record seven-year reign as singles champ.
###MCW Hwt/TV Title Unification Punisher Rock Stevens def. Arrogant Otis Apollo [ 12-12-1997 ]
MCW Hwt. champ Punisher Rock Stevens was declaired winner by forfeit of the MCW Hwt. vs MCW TV title unification contest at Athens High School Gym in Troy, Michigan when MCW Television champion Arrogant Otis Apollo no-showed the mandatory year-end TV tapings belt-vs-belt bout.
###MCW TV Title Arrogant Otis Apollo def. "HotBody" Johnny Paradise [ 01-07-1997 ]
The MCW TV Title was restored to active competition, contested in a four-man tournament where "HotBody" Johnny Paradise defeated SuperKey #1 and Arrogant Otis Apollo beat "Pit Bull" Bobby Clancy in the semi-final round. However, injured Paradise was unable to continue, so Apollo was declaired the tournament finals winner in a walkover at the Continental Cablevision studios in Warren, Michigan.
MCW Hwt. Championship Punisher Rock Stevens def. Irish Mickey Doyle [ 07-04-1993 ]
Rock Stevens def. Mickey Doyle to capture the unified MCW/MAP/Ohio/BCW Grand-Slam singles championships in the main event of a 4th-of-July holiday wrestling/horse racing doubleheader which drew more than 7000 fans to Ladbroke-DRC race track in Livonia, Michigan.....BCW would subsequently refuse to recognize the title change and strip Stevens of the Can-Am belt while Midwest All-Pro ceased operations, voiding the North American portion of the title. The remaining MCW TV and Ohio State championships then again became known as the MCW Hwt. Championship.
MCW Grand-Slam Championships Irish Mickey Doyle def. "Spartan" Greg Bobchick [ 07-03-1993 ]
Irish Mickey Doyle, who already held the Midwest All-Pro North American Hwt. title, the Ohio State championship and the Border City Wrestling Can-Am Hwt. titles, defeated "Spartan" Greg Bobchick to unify the Grand-Slam Michigan, Ohio and Ontario singles belts in Jackson Center, Ohio.
MCW Hwt. Championship RETIRED def. --- [ 08-31-1992 ]
The MCW Hwt. Championship was formally retired, replaced by the new MCW TV Title, as "Man Mt." Jim Lancaster retired from pro wrestling ending a title reign of exactly seven years and 51 consecutive title defenses.
MCW TV Title "Spartan" Greg Bobchick def. Punisher Rock Stevens [ 08-29-1992 ]
Greg Bobchick won a one-day tournament to create the new MCW TV title which would replace the MCW Hwt. championship by defeating Nightmare #2, Turbo Eric Freedom and Punisher Rock Stevens with Bobchick beating Stevens 2-1 in the Best-2-of-3-Falls Finals at the Michigan State Fairgrounds Bandshell in Detroit, Michigan.....This belt replaced the MCW Hwt. title which was formally retired two days later.
MCW Hwt. Championship Big Jim Lancaster def. Al Snow [ 08-31-1985 ]
Lancaster def. Snow to regain the MCW Hwt. Championship in Lakeview, Ohio.
MCW Hwt. Championship "Mr. Fantastic" Al Snow def. Big Jim Lancaster [ 07-05-1985 ]
Snow def. Lancaster to win MCW Hwt. title in Russells Point, Ohio.
MCW Hwt. Championship Big Jim Lancaster def. Sgt. Bobby Golden [ 03-10-1984 ]
Lancaster def. Golden to win belt in St. Mary's, Ohio.
MCW Hwt. Championship Sgt. Bobby Golden def. Victor "Koko" Lewis [ 04-30-1983 ]
Golden def. Lewis to regain the MCW Hwt title in North Liberty, Indiana.
MCW Hwt. Championship Victor "Koko" Lewis def. Sgt. Bobby Golden [ 03-16-1983 ]
Lewis def. Golden in Lima, Ohio.
MCW Hwt. Championship Sgt. Bobby Golden def. The Patriot [ 02-17-1982 ]
Golden def. Patriot in Lima, Ohio.
MCW Hwt. Championship The Patriot (Greg Lake) def. Killer Tim Brooks [ 10-31-1981 ]
Patriot def. Killer Brooks in finals of a one-night tournament in Youngstown, Ohio to become the first ever MCW Hwt. champ.

Roll Call of Champions - Tag Team
MCW Tag Team Championship VACATED def. --- [ 07-03-2000 ]
Title vacated when Motor City Wrestling suspended operations.
MCW Tag Team Championship Punisher Rock Stevens & The Hun def. Aaron & Neville Starr [ 04-01-2000 ]
MCW Hwt. Champion Punisher Rock Stevens & his manager The Hun were awarded the MCW Tag Team Championship via forfeit when the Starr Twins no-showed a scheduled TV taping title defense at The Barn in Saline, Michigan.
MCW Tag Team Championship Aaron & Neville Starr def. Drunk T. Clown & Capt. Canadian Customs [ 02-02-2000 ]
The Starr Twins captured the belts at The Joe Dumars Fieldhouse in Shelby Twp., Michigan.
MCW Tag Team Championship Drunk the Clown & Capt. Canadian Customs def. The Singapore Dragons [ 01-01-2000 ]
Drunk T. Clown & his duty-free supply man Capt. Canadian Customs staggered their way past the Singapore Dragons in a New Year's Day "Hangover" match at Regal Lanes in Warren, Michigan where the winners were the team with the last man standing (Capt. Customs).
MCW Tag Team Championship The Singapore Dragons (formerly the SuperKeys) def. The Diamond Destroyers [ 05-01-1999 ]
The masked Singapore Dragons ambushed the Diamond Destroyers to capture the MCW Tag title in an impromptu "Underground Garage" match in the basement parking lot of the Wyatt Blg. in Southfield, Michigan.
MCW Tag Team Championship Diamond Destroyers (Arrogant Otis Apollo & Killer Kanareck) def. Security Force [ 04-01-1999 ]
The Hun turned on his team with the manager firing a double-fireball at Security Force at the opening bell, giving challengers the Diamond Destroyers a quickie, uncontested double-cover at the Wyatt Arena in Southfield, Michigan.
MCW Tag Team Championship SuperKeys (#1 & #2) def. Security Force (SF#7 & The Hun) [ 08-08-1998 ]
The SuperKeys became two-time MCW Tag Champions by beating Security Force when absent SF#22 was replaced by team manager The Hun and Hun was pinned by SuperKey #2 at the Traverse City, Michigan Civic Center.
MCW Tag Team Championship Security Force (Bobcat Blair & Ski-Dog) def. SuperKeys [ 08-08-1998 ]
After an earlier title switch on the same show, late-arriving Ski-Dog (SF#22) returned as Bobcat Blair's (SF#7) partner to regain the belts in a hastily-arranged rematch as SF#22 pinned SuperKey #1 at the Traverse City, Michigan Civic Center.
MCW Tag Team Championship Security Force (#7 & #22) def. The Hun [ 08-10-1997 ]
MCW used its annual "Softball Battle Royal" to fill the vacated MCW tag title. In the match fought on the gravel infield of the Traverse City, Michigan Civic Center, the last man left on the diamond was Security Force #7 (formerly Bobcat Blair) who tossed-out next-to-last man The Hun to claim the title for his team. In perhaps a pre-arranged deal, SF#7 then announced The Hun as new manager of Security Force, even though The Hun had earlier eliminated SF#22. Curiously, The Hun had split with his own partner, ousting Powerlifter Paul during the bout.  
MCW Tag Team Championship VACATED def. --- [ 06-24-1997 ]
The Outlaws were asked to surrender the tag belts after failing to defend the title within the mandatory 90-day period due to the ill health of Cowboy Woody Lee. At the Continental Cablevision studios in Roseville, Michigan, Cowboy Bobby Lee returned the straps to MCW Commissioner Coach Kurt by bashing the belts into Schneider's forehead, then chair-smashing the fallen Commish.
MCW Tag Team Championship The Outlaws (Cowboys Bobby & Woody Lee) def. Hot Paradise [ 05-18-1996 ]
The Outlaws defeated Hot Paradise at the Y.M.C.A. Gym in Warren, Michigan.
MCW Tag Team Championship Hot Paradise ("HotBody" Johnny Paradise & Scotty "HotBody" Summers def. The SuperKeys [ 04-02-1996 ]
Less than 24-hours after losing the title, Hot Paradise regained the belts by beating the SuperKeys in a rematch at the Continental Cablevision studios in Madison Hgts., Michigan.
MCW Tag Team Championship The SuperKeys (#1 & #2) def. Hot Paradise [ 04-01-1996 ]
The masked SuperKeys defeated Hot Paradise to capture the MCW tag straps at the Firehouse in Jackson Center, Ohio.
MCW/BCW Tag Team Championship Hot Paradise (Scotty "HotBody" Summers & Johnny Paradise) def. Canadian Lightning [ 06-04-1994 ]
Hot Paradise defeated Canadian Lightning (with Otis Apollo back as Irish Bobby Clancy's partner) to win the unified MCW/BCW tag championship at the Public Safety Blg. in Jackson Center, Ohio. Note:  In January 1995 BCW Commissioner Chuck Fader stripped Hot Paradise of the Can-Am portion of the titles.
MCW/BCW Tag Team Championship Canadian Lightning II (Scott D'Amore & Irish Bobby Clancy) def. The New Febulous Kangaroos [ 05-21-1994 ]
With Scott D'Amore substituting for injured Otis Apollo, Canadian Lightning II captured the unified MCW/BCW tag championship by defeating the New Roos at L'Anse Creuse North High School Gym in Macomb Twp., Michigan.
###MCW/BCW Tag Team Championship ***The New Fabulous Kangaroos (Denny Kass & Al Snow) def. Canadian Lightning (Otis Apollo & Irish Bobby Clancy) [ 05-14-1994 ]
The Kangaroos defeated BCW Can-Am Tag Team champs Canadian Lightning to unify the MCW and BCW tag team championships at the LaSalle, Ont. Centennial Arena.
MCW Tag Team Championship The New Fabulous Kangaroos (Denny Kass & Al Snow) def. Canadian Lightning (Otis Apollo & Irish Bobby Clancy) [ 12-29-1993 ]
The New Fabulous Kangaroos due of Denny Kass & Al Snow completed a three-round tournament to fill the vacated belts and create new champions by beating Canadian Lightning in the finals at Body-Slammers Wrestling Gym in Lima, Ohio.
MCW Midwest Tag Team Championship VACATED def. --- [ 10-11-1993 ]
The Riot Squad surrendered the belts at the Continental Cablevision studios in Roseville, Michigan due to injuries to both Anthony Brothers which left them unable to defend the title.
###MCW Midwest Tag Team Championship The Riot Squad (Iron Mike Anthony & Mad Max Anthony) def. The Arizona Rangers [ 06-13-1992 ]
The MAP Midwest tag champion Riot Squad defeated the Arizona Rangers (discovered to be the unmasked MCW US tag champ Nightmares) in 2-of-3-falls at the MichCon Rec Center in Melvindale, Michigan. Note: MCW recognized the belts as united when the bout was cablecast on a tape-delayed basis on 8/3/92. The ICW continued to recognize the Nightmares as US titleholders.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Nightmares (#1 & #2) def. The Wild Bunch [ 06-06-1992 ]
The Nightmares became two-time champions by beating the Wild Bunch in Lima, Ohio.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Wild Bunch (Al Snow & Machine Gun Kelly) def. The Kansas Outlaws [ 03-21-1992 ]
The Wild Bunch regained the belts by beating the Kansas Outlaws in a Lima, Ohio rematch.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Kansas Outlaws (Psycho Sam Cody & Roughhouse Randy Rogers) def. The Wild Bunch [ 11-01-1991 ]
The Kansas Outlaws beat the Wild Bunch for the belts in Lima, Ohio.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Wild Bunch (Al Snow & Machine Gun Kelly) def. The Nightmares [ 05-10-1991 ]
The Wild Bunch bested the Nightmares to win the championship in Lima, Ohio.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Nightmares (#1 & #2) def. The Flying Tigers [ 10-00-1989 ]
The masked Nightmares defeated the Flying Tigers.....Exact date & location unrecorded.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Flying Tigers (Leaping Larry Wilson & Carl Ben Patrick) def. The Sensationals [ 11-21-1987 ]
The Flying Tigers regained the belts from the Sensationals to become 3-time champions in a Sidney, Ohio rematch.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Sensationals (Al Snow & Irish Mickey Doyle) def. The Flying Tigers [ 08-04-1987 ]
The Sensationals defeated the Flying Tigers to capture the straps in Sidney, Ohio.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Flying Tigers (Leaping Larry Wilson & Carl Ben Patrick) def. The Fantastix [ 04-10-1987 ]
The Flying Tigers regained the belts from the Fantastix in Marysville, Ohio.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Fantastix (Al Snow & Rick "Sampson" Ciassio) def. The Flying Tigers [ 11-14-1986 ]
The Fantastix topped the Flying Tigers in Union City, Ohio.
MCW US Tag Team Championship The Flying Tigers (Leaping Larry Wilson & Carl Ben Patrick) def. The Fantastix [ 06-27-1986 ]
The Flying Tigers (Leaping Larry Wilson & Carl Ben Patrick) won a one-night tournament in Russells Point, Ohio to become the first MCW US Tag champs by defeating Igor Zatkoff & the Black Dragon in the opening round and downing the Fantastix (Al Snow & Rick "Sampson" Ciassio) in the finals.


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