Melbourne City Wrestling

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Melbourne City Wrestling
AcronymMCW
Founded16 October 2010
StyleProfessional wrestling
Lucha libre
Strong style
Sports entertainment
HeadquartersMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
Founder(s)Michael E. Jozis [1]
Owner(s)Hot Tag Network [2]
FormerlyAustralian Championship Wrestling (1990s-2010)
Websitehttps://mcitywrestling.com.au/

Melbourne City Wrestling is an Australian independent professional wrestling promotion founded in 2010, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.[3]

Melbourne City Wrestling currently has two major venues that they use. MCW hosts monthly events at the Essendon Ukrainian Hall which is fondly dubbed the "MCW Arena" by their loyal following of fans. MCW also hold their super card events, which are only held a few months of the year, within the grand ballroom at the Thornbury Theatre, dubbed "the birthplace of MCW" as the first ever MCW event was held here.[4]

History[edit]

Partnerships & affiliations[edit]

Promotion partnerships[edit]

In April 2018, Progress Wrestling co-promoted a show with Australian independent professional wrestling promotions Explosive Pro Wrestling, Melbourne City Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Australia. In June 2019, Melbourne City Wrestling held the cross-promotional event, Southern Rumble 2019, in partnership with Southern Pro Wrestling (SPW) in Invercargill, New Zealand[5]

Training affiliation[edit]

During Progress x Melbourne City Wrestling show on 20 April 2018, Melbourne City Wrestling announced the launch[6] of their own training academy.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Current championships[edit]

Championship Current Champion(s) Reign Date won Days held Former Champion(s) Notes
MCW Heavyweight Championship Slex 3 10 February 2024 3+ Buddy Matthews Defeated Buddy Matthews
MCW Intercommonwealth Championship DELTA 1 14 October 2023 122+ Jarvis Defeated Jarvis
MCW Tag Team Championship Adam Brooks & Rocky Menero 1 11 February 2024 3+ The Parea (Eli Theseus & Gabriel Aeros) This was a Winner Takes All match which also included the MCW Heavyweight Championship
MCW Women's Championship DELTA 2 14 October 2023 122+ Jarvis Defeated Jarvis

Other accomplishments[edit]

Accomplishment Latest winner(s) Date won Location Event Notes
Ballroom Brawl
[7]
Buddy Matthews 23 July 2022 Melbourne, Vic.
(Thornbury Theatre)
Ballroom Brawl [Notes 1]
Jenny & Vera Memorial Cup
[8][9][10][11]
Kellyanne 28 April 2017 Melbourne, Vic.
(Thornbury Theatre)
Clash Of The Titans Defeated Evie in the tournament final.
[Notes 2]
Invitational Tournament Steph de Lander 12 October 2019 Melbourne, Vic.
(Thornbury Theatre)
MCW NINE - Night 2 Defeated Kellyanne in the tournament final. Also became the first ever MCW Women's Champion.
[Notes 3]
  • The list of Melbourne City Wrestling (MCW) Triple Crown winners can be found here.

MCW World Heavyweight Championship[edit]

MCW World Heavyweight Championship[12]
Details
PromotionMelbourne City Wrestling (MCW)
Date established21 August 2010
Current champion(s)Slex
Date won10 February 2024
Other name(s)
  • MCW Heavyweight Championship
    (2010 - 2019)
  • MCW World Heavyweight Championship
    (2019 - present)
Statistics
First champion(s)Danny Psycho
Most reignsSlex (3 reigns)
Longest reignAdam Brooks (854 days)
Shortest reignTK Cooper (<1 day)
Heaviest championGino Gambino (284 lb (129 kg))
Lightest championSlex (194 lb (88 kg))

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Danny Psycho 21 August 2010 WWE Tournaments Thornbury, Victoria 1 172 Defeated The Enforcer, Mike Petersen and Tommy Hellfire in an Elimination four-way match to become the final ACW Heavyweight Champion.When MCW was launched Danny Psycho retained the championship with it being renamed the MCW Heavyweight Championship. [13]
2 Slex 16 April 2011 New Horizons Thornbury, Victoria 1 287 [14]
3 Matt Silva 28 January 2012 Vendetta Thornbury, Victoria 1 293 [15]
4 Mike Petersen 16 November 2012 Worlds Collide Thornbury, Victoria 1 547 [16]
5 Carlo Cannon 17 May 2014 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 1 280 [17]
6 KrackerJak 21 February 2015 Vendetta Thornbury, Victoria 1 91 [18]
7 Elliot Sexton 23 May 2015 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 1 559 [19]
8 Dowie James 2 December 2016 Final Battle Thornbury, Victoria 1 225 [20]
9 TK Cooper 15 July 2017 Fight To Survive Thornbury, Victoria 1 <1 [21]
10 Mr. Juicy 15 July 2017 Fight To Survive Thornbury, Victoria 1 21 Mr Juicy cashed in his Ballroom Brawl MCW Heavyweight Championship opportunity. [21]
11 Jonah Rock 5 August 2017 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 1 133 This was originally scheduled as "Mr Juicy vs Dowie James", however Jonah Rock cashed in his Ballroom Brawl MCW Heavyweight Championship opportunity making it a Triple Triple Threat Match. [22]
12 Dowie James 16 December 2017 Final Battle Thornbury, Victoria 2 126 This was a Steel Cage match. [23]
13 Gino Gambino 21 April 2018 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 2 329 [24]
14 Slex 16 March 2019 Clash Of The Titans Thornbury, Victoria 2 238 This was a Winner takes all match, where both Gambino’s Heavyweight Championship and Slex’s Intercommonwealth Championship were on the line. [25]
15 Adam Brooks 9 December 2019 End Game Thornbury, Victoria 1 854 This was a triple threat elimination match that also included Dowie James. [26]
16 Mitch Waterman 12 March 2022 Rite of Passage Thornbury, Victoria 1 336 Mitch Waterman cashed in his Ballroom Brawl opportunity ahead of this match. [27]
17 Buddy Matthews 11 February 2023 The House Always Wins Thornbury, Victoria 2 364 This was Buddy Matthews' Ballroom Brawl opportunity

Buddy Matthews was formerly known as Matt Silva

[28]
18 Slex 10 February 2024 Anniversary Night 1 Thornbury, Victoria 2 97+

Combined reigns[edit]

Rank Champion Reigns Combined Days
1 Adam Brooks 1 854
2 Matt Silva/Buddy Matthews 2 657
3 Elliot Sexton 1 559
4 Mike Petersen 1 547
5 Slex 3 528+
6 Dowie James 2 351
7 Mr. Juicy/Gino Gambino 2 350
8 Mitch Waterman 1 336
9 Carlo Cannon 1 280
10 Danny Psycho 1 172
11 Jonah Rock 1 133
12 KrackerJak 1 91
13 TK Cooper 1 <1

MCW Intercommonwealth Championship[edit]

MCW Intercommonwealth Championship[29]
Details
PromotionMelbourne City Wrestling (MCW)
Date established13 June 2015
Current champion(s)Jarvis
Date won9 September 2023
Statistics
First champion(s)Dowie James
Most reignsAdam Brooks (4 times)
Longest reignCaveman Ugg (434 days)
Shortest reignDowie James & Will Ospreay (14 days)
Heaviest championMr. Juicy (284 lb (129 kg))
Lightest championAdam Brooks and Robbie Eagles (176 lb (80 kg))

Names[edit]

Name Years
Melbourne City Wrestling (MCW) Intercommonwealth Championship 8 August 2015 – present

Inaugural MCW Intercommonwealth Championship Tournament[edit]

Quarter Final
(13/06)[30]
Semi Final
(11/07)[31]
Final
(8/08)[32]
         
1 Marcius Pitt Pin
2 JXT (13/6)
Marcius Pitt (11/07)
Mr Juicy Pin
3 Fox Grinder (13/06)
4 Mr Juicy Pin
Mr Juicy (8/08)
Dowie James Pin
5 Josh Shooter (13/06)
6 Dowie James Sub.
Dowie James Sub.
Damian Slater (11/07)
7 Damian Slater Pin
8 TK Cooper (13/06)

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Dowie James 8 August 2015 Crowning A Champion Melbourne, Victoria 1 189 Dowie James defeated Mr Juicy in the tournament final to become the first MCW Intercommonwealth Champion. [33][32]
2 Adam Brooks 13 February 2016 At Our Best Essendon, Victoria 1 77 [34]
3 Dowie James 30 April 2016 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 2 14 This was a TLC match. [35]
4 Jonah Rock 14 May 2016 New Horizons Essendon, Victoria 1 91 [36]
5 Mr. Juicy 13 August 2016 Fight To Survive Essendon, Victoria 1 111 [37]
6 JXT 2 December 2016 Final Battle Thornbury, Victoria 1 225 [20]
7 Adam Brooks 15 July 2017 Fight To Survive Essendon, Victoria 2 21 [21]
8 Will Ospreay 5 August 2017 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 1 14 [22]
9 Adam Brooks 19 August 2017 New Horizons Carlton, Victoria 3 119 Defeated previous champion Will Ospreay and Robbie Eagles in a Three Way match to become both the MCW Intercommonwealth Champion and the PWA Heavyweight Champion. [38]
10 Robbie Eagles 16 December 2017 Final Battle Thornbury, Victoria 1 70 Defeated Adam Brooks in a Singles match to become both the MCW Intercommonwealth Champion and the PWA Heavyweight Champion. [23]
11 Slex 24 February 2018 Clash Of The Titans Melbourne, Victoria 1 223 This was a Ladder match. [39]
12 Adam Brooks 5 October 2018 New Horizons Thornbury, Victoria 4 43 [40]
13 Slex 17 November 2018 End Game Thornbury, Victoria 2 175 [41]
Vacated 11 May 2019 Brewery Brawl Thornbury, Victoria After successfully defending both his Heavyweight and Intercommonwealth titles, Slex vacated the Intercommonwealth Championship. [42]
14 Danny Psycho 20 July 2019 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 1 196 Defeated Lochy Hendricks in the final match of a tournament to win the vacant title. [43][44]
15 Caveman Ugg 1 February 2020 Clash Of The Titans Thornbury, Victoria 1 434 [45]
16 Lochy Hendricks 10 April 2021 Fallout Thornbury, Victoria 1 91 [46]
Vacated 1 July 2021 Vacated after Lochy Hendricks announced his resignation from MCW.
17 Rocky Menero 10 July 2021 Winter Warfare Thornbury, Victoria 1 162 [47]
18 Royce Chambers 19 December 2021 MCW/PWA Worlds Collide Thornbury, Victoria 1 111 [48]
Vacated 9 April 2022 Vacated after Royce Chambers was unable to defend the Intercommonwealth Title due to injury.
19 Mick Moretti 9 April 2022 Vendetta Thornbury, Victoria 1 231 Defeated Matt Hayter to win the vacant title. [49]
20 Emman Azman 26 November 2022 12 Thornbury, Victoria 1 287 This was a Triple Threat match which also included Adam Brooks [50]
21 Jarvis 9 September 2023 Ascension Thornbury, Victoria 1 35 This was also for the MCW Women's Championship [51]
22 DELTA 14 October 2023 Fight To Survive Thornbury, Victoria 1 216+ This was also for the MCW Women's Championship

DELTA became the first women to hold the title

[52]

Combined reigns[edit]

Rank Champion Reigns Combined Days
1 Caveman Ugg 1 434
2 Slex 2 398
3 Emman Azman 1 287
4 Adam Brooks 4 260
5 Mick Moretti 1 231
6 JXT 1 225
7 Dowie James 2 203
8 Danny Psycho 1 196
9 Rocky Monero 1 162
10 DELTA 1 122+
11 Mr. Juicy 1 111
Royce Chambers 1
12 Jonah Rock 1 91
Lochy Hendricks 1
13 Robbie Eagles 1 70
14 Jarvis 1 35
15 Will Ospreay 1 14

MCW Tag Team Championship[edit]

MCW Tag Team Championship[53]
Details
PromotionMelbourne City Wrestling (MCW)
Date establishedAugust 18, 2012
Current champion(s)The Parea (Eli Theseus & Gabriel Aeros)
Date won9 September 2023
Statistics
First champion(s)Hard Way Inc. (Jay Andrews and Mike Burr)
Most reignsThe Brat Pack (Mitch Waterman and Nick Bury) (4 times)
Longest reignThe Brat Pack (Mitch Waterman and Nick Bury) (616 days)
Shortest reignThe World's Friendliest Bastards (KrackerJak and Lochy Hendricks (43 days)
Heaviest championGino Gambino (284 lb (129 kg))
Lightest championJett Armstrong (158 lb (72 kg))

Names[edit]

Name Years
Melbourne City Wrestling (MCW) Tag Team Championship 18 August 2012 – present

Inaugural MCW Tag Team Championship Tournament[edit]

Quarter Final
(18/8; 31/8; 14/9; 28/9)
Semi Final
(28/9; 26/10)
Final
(16/11)
         
1 KrackoLantern
(Jacko Lantern and KrackerJak)
Pin
2 SexRock
(Elliot Sexton and J-Rock)
(18/8)
KrackoLantern
(Jacko Lantern and KrackerJak)
Pin
The BFFs
(Carlo Cannon and Ryan Rollins)
(28/9)
3 The BFFs
(Carlo Cannon and Ryan Rollins)
Pin
4 The Armstrong Brothers
(Jett Armstrong and Nick Armstrong)
(31/8)
KrackoLantern
(Jacko Lantern and KrackerJak)
(16/11)
Hard Way Inc.
(Jay Andrews and Mike Burr)
Pin
5 TMDK
(Mikey Nicholls and Shane Haste)
(14/9)
6 Reckless Air
(Robbie Eagles and Adam Brooks)
Pin
Reckless Air
(Robbie Eagles and Adam Brooks)
(26/10)
Hard Way Inc.
(Jay Andrews and Mike Burr)
Pin
7 Hard Way Inc.
(Jay Andrews and Mike Burr)
Pin
8 Josh Shooter and Percy[Notes 4] (28/9)

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific team—reign numbers for the individuals are in parentheses, if different
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Hard Way Inc.

(Jay Andrews & Mike Burr)

16 November 2012 Worlds Collide Thornbury, Victoria 1 239 Hard Way Inc. defeated KrackoLantern in the tournament final to become the first MCW Tag Team Champions. [16]
2 The Armstrong Brothers

(Jett Armstrong & Nick Armstrong)

13 July 2013 Fight To Survive Tullamarine, Victoria 1 140 [54]
3 The Loose And Wreckless

(Adam Brooks & Dowie James)

30 November 2013 Final Battle Melbourne, Victoria 1 378 [55]
4 The World's Friendliest Tag Team

(Lochy Hendricks & TD)

13 December 2014 Final Battle Thornbury, Victoria 1 119 This was a Three-way Tag Team match which also includes Hard Way Inc. (Jay Andrews and Mike Burr) [56]
5 The South Australian Serial Killers

(Hartley Jackson & Jonah Rock)

11 April 2015 Hostile Takeover Essendon, Victoria 1 154 [57]
6 The Loose And Wreckless

(Adam Brooks & Dowie James)

12 September 2015 Clash Of The Titans Melbourne, Victoria 2 63 [58]
7 The Estate

(Cousin Ali & Emanuelle)

14 November 2015 Fifth Anniversary Extravaganza Thornbury, Victoria 1 119 [59]
8 Juice X-T

(Mr. Juicy & JXT)

12 March 2016 Ascension Essendon, Victoria 1 63 [60]
9 TMDK

(Marcius Pitt & Slex)

14 May 2016 202 Essendon, Victoria 1 202 [36]
10 Alan Payne & Johnathan Preston 2 December 2016 Final Battle Thornbury, Victoria 1 147 [20]
11 The World's Friendliest Bastards

(KrackerJak & Lochy Hendricks (2))

28 April 2017 Clash Of The Titans Northcote, Victoria 1 43 The World's Friendliest Bastards defeated Payne and Preston in a Ladder Match to become the new MCW Tag Team Champions. [61]
12 The Brat Pack

(Mitch Waterman & Nick Bury)

10 June 2017 Hostile Takeover Essendon, Victoria 1 189 [62]
13 The Prehistoric Death Cult

(Caveman Ugg & Syd Parker)

16 December 2017 Final Battle Thornbury, Victoria 1 217 [23]
14 The Brat Pack

(Mitch Waterman & Nick Bury)

21 July 2018 99: Homecoming Thornbury, Victoria 2 175 [63]
15 The Loose And Wreckless

(Adam Brooks & Dowie James)

12 January 2019 Vendetta Thornbury, Victoria 3 63 This was a Three-way Tag Team match that also included SexRock (Elliot Sexton and Jonah Rock). [64]
16 The Brat Pack

(Mitch Waterman & Nick Bury)

16 March 2019 Clash Of The Titans Thornbury, Victoria 3 84 [25]
17 The Natural Classics

(Stevie Filip & Tome Filip)

8 June 2019 Tensions Rising Thornbury, Victoria 1 84 [65]
18 The Brat Pack

(Mitch Waterman & Nick Bury)

31 August 2019 New Horizons Thornbury, Victoria 4 616 [66]
19 The Natural Classics

(Stevie Filip & Tome Filip)

8 May 2021 New Horizons Thornbury, Victoria 2 490 This was a Tornado Tag Team match. [67]
20 Big Business

(Slex & Tommy Knight)

10 September 2022 New Horizons Thornbury, Victoria 1 364 [68]
21 The Parea

(Eli Theseus & Gabriel Aeros)

9 September 2023 Ascension Thornbury, Victoria 1 155 This was a Ladder match [69]
22 Adam Brooks (4) & Rocky Menero 11 February 2024 Anniversary Night 2 Thornbury, Victoria 1 96+ This was a Winner Takes All match which also included the MCW Heavyweight Championship

Combined reigns[edit]

By team[edit]

Rank Champions Reigns Combined Days
1 The Brat Pack

(Mitch Waterman & Nick Bury)

4 1,064
2 The Natural Classics

(Stevie Filip & Tome Filip)

2 528
3 The Loose And Wreckless

(Adam Brooks & Dowie James)

3 525
4 Slex & Tommy Knight 1 364
5 Hard Way Inc.

(Jay Andrews & Mike Burr)

1 239
6 The Prehistoric Death Cult

(Caveman Ugg & Syd Parker)

1 217
7 TMDK

(Marcius Pitt & Slex)

1 202
8 The Parea

(Eli Theseus & Gabriel Aeros)

1 155
9 The South Australian Serial Killers

(Hartley Jackson & Jonah Rock)

1 154
10 Alan Payne & Johnathan Peterson 1 147
11 The Armstrong Brothers

(Jett Armstrong & Nick Armstrong)

1 140
12 The World's Friendliest Tag Team

(Lochy Hendricks & TD)

1 119
The Estate

(Cousin Ali & Emanuelle)

1
13 Juice X-T

(Mr. Juicy & JXT)

1 63
14 The World's Friendliest Bastards

(KrackerJak & Lochy Hendricks)

1 43
15 Adam Brooks & Rocky Menero 1 3+

By individual[edit]

Rank Champion Reign Combined Days
1 Mitch Waterman 4 1,064
Nick Bury 4
2 Stevie Filip 2 574
Tome Filip 2
3 Slex 2 566
4 Adam Brooks 4 528+
5 Dowie James 3 525
6 Tommy Knight 1 364
7 Jay Andrews 1 239
Mike Burr 1
8 Caveman Ugg 1 217
Syd Parker 1
9 Marcius Pitt 1 202
10 Lochy Hendricks 2 162
11 Eli Theseus 1 155
Gabriel Aeros 1
12 Hartley Jackson 1 154
Jonah Rock 1
13 Alan Payne 1 147
Johnathan Peterson 1
14 Jett Armstrong 1 140
Nick Armstong 1
15 TD 1 119
Cousin Ali 1
Emanuelle 1
16 Mr. Juicy 1 63
JXT 1
17 KrackerJak 1 43
18 Rocky Menero 1 3+

MCW Women's Championship[edit]

MCW Women's Championship[70]
Details
PromotionMelbourne City Wrestling (MCW)
Date established13 June 2015
Current champion(s)DELTA
Date won26 November 2022
Statistics
First champion(s)Steph De Lander
Most reignsAll titleholders (1 reign)
Longest reignAvary (434 Days)
Shortest reignSteph De Lander (112)

Names[edit]

Name Years
Melbourne City Wrestling (MCW) Women's Championship 31 August 2019 – present

Inaugural MCW Women's Championship Tournament[edit]

Quarter Final
(11/10)
Semi Final
(12/10)
Final
(12/10)
         
1 Candy Lee Pin
2 Xena (11/10)
Candy Lee (12/10)
Steph De Lander Pin
3 Avary (11/10)
4 Steph De Lander Pin
Steph De Lander (12/10)
Kellyanne Pin
5 Kellyanne (11/10)
6 Kingsley Pin
Kellyanne Pin
Jessica Troy (12/10)
7 Tarlee Pin
8 Jessica Troy (11/10)

Reigns[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Steph De Lander 12 October 2019 Ninth Anniversary Extravaganza - Day 2 Thornbury, Victoria 1 112 Defeated Kellyanne in the tournament final to become the first MCW Women's Champion. [71][72]
2 Avary 1 February 2020 Clash Of The Titans Thornbury, Victoria 1 434 [45]
3 Kellyanne 10 April 2021 Fallout Thornbury, Victoria 1 208 [46]
Vacated 5 November 2021 Kellyanne retired from wrestling [73]
4 Jessica Troy 19 December 2021 MCW/PWA Worlds Collide Thornbury, Victoria 1 342 This was a Ballroom Blitz match which also included Aysha, Chanel Phoenix, Cherry Stephens, DELTA, Kingsley, Lily Blaze & Skylar Cruize [74]
5 DELTA 26 November 2022 12 Thornbury, Victoria 1 224 This was a 30 Minute Iron Women match [75]
6 Jarvis 8 July 2023 Ballroom Brawl Thornbury, Victoria 1 98 This was a Title vs. Hair match

Jarvis became the first man to win the title

[76]
7 DELTA 14 October 2023 Fight To Survive Thornbury, Victoria 2 216+ This was also for the MCW Intercommonwealth Championship [77]

Combined Reigns[edit]

Rank Champion Reigns Combined Days
1 Avary 1 434
2 DELTA 2 346+
3 Jessica Troy 1 342
4 Kellyanne 1 208
5 Steph De Lander 1 112
6 Jarvis 1 98

Roster[edit]

MCW wrestlers are freelance competitors, meaning they appear for multiple promotions either nationwide or worldwide as well as performing for Melbourne City Wrestling. The current roster are wrestlers who have appeared on the three most recent MCW shows, barring any who have announced they have left the promotion, while the list of alumni and notable guests is of wrestlers who have competed at MCW events in the past.[78] (Correct as of January 13th, 2018 - MCW Vendetta)

Broadcast team

  • Lindsay Howarth
    (Commentator)
  • Lord Andy Coyne
    (Commentator & Ring Announcer)
  • Sebastian Walker
    (Commentator)

Media[edit]

DVD releases[edit]

Select events are made available for purchase on DVD from Melbourne City Wrestling Online Shop.[79]

Video on demand[edit]

In early 2014, Melbourne City Wrestling launched "MCW Encore: Video On Demand" on Vimeo, which includes MCW events held between 2010 and 2017, as well as some documentaries. The majority of the back catalogue of events are available for a monthly subscription fee, or events can be purchased individually.[80][81]

On 25 January 2018, Melbourne City Wrestling launched "MCW Encore: Video On Demand" on Pivotshare.[82]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Past winners: Danny Psycho (2012); Carlo Cannon (2013); Elliot Sexton (2014); Tommy Hellfire (2015); Mr Juicy (2016); Jonah Rock (2017); JXT (2018); Adam Brooks (2019): Mitch Waterman (2021).
  2. ^ Past winners: KC Cassidy (2014); Not held (2015); Not held (2016).
  3. ^ Past winners: Marty Scurll (2016), Dowie James (2017), Not held (2018).
  4. ^ Originally scheduled to be The Vanity Project (Josh Shooter and Seth Taylor), however Seth Taylor was unable to make the show.

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