MCW March 22, 2014 results with Jake Roberts, Kelly Kelly, Coly Cabana and Gangrel

Wide Shot MCWMCW March 22, 2014 results with Jake Roberts, Kelly Kelly, Coly Cabana and Gangrel!

Maryland Championship Wrestling
Tag Wars 2K14
Joppa Market Place
Saturday March 22, 2014

Over 1,200 People jam packed the building to a near turn away crowd. 1,000 Chairs were filled and several hundred were left Standing Room Only.

Drolix defeated Shane Strickland by tap out submission

Nui Tofiga & Renee Michelle defeated Cobian and Jesse Kaye in a Mixed tag Team Match after a Somoan drop on Cobian

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MCW Tag Wars 2K14 on March 22, 2014 features Jake Roberts, Kelly Kelly, and Colt Cabana

MCW 2Tag Team Wrestling Takes Center Stage as Maryland Championship Wrestling presents Tag Wars 2K14 featuring Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Former WWE Divas Champion Kelly Kelly, Colt Cabana and all of the stars of MCW.

Baltimore, MD February 13, 2014- Just 2 weeks before he takes his rightful place in history Jake “The Snake” Roberts is coming to Harford County Maryland to compete in the ring for Maryland Championship Wrestling (MCW). Jake Roberts will be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame on Saturday April 5, 2014 in New Orleans Louisiana but before he makes his way to The Big Easy he will make a stop in Joppatowne, MD for MCW’s Tag Wars 2K14 on Saturday March 22, 2014.

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The Diva Chronicles – “Turning the Page”

Turnig the Page

Right at the start of the year Eve Torres announced she was leaving WWE to pursue other interests.  My first reaction was “wow, another Diva is leaving the company.  The exodus continues!”

Overall I thought 2012 was a good year for the WWE, but sadly the Divas division continued to lose their top stars.  First the Bella Twins.  Then Kharma.  Then Kelly Kelly.  Then Beth Phoenix.  And now Eve.  I’ve written about this before, but the number of Divas that have left the company in the past two years is stunning.

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More news on Kelly Kelly’s departure

As Cageside Seats reported last week, the WWE Divas division got further depleted with the release of Kelly Kelly, who had been pushed as one of their top female babyfaces for the past four years, mainly due to her looks, as she never quite learned how to do even the most elementary things properly, like running the ropes. But she worked hard and could be carried to a respectable match by the much more gifted in ring performer Beth Phoenix, so at least she tried and didn’t coast by on her sex appeal alone.

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