At Ballroom Brawl, Jarvis shocked MCW with his sudden win against Delta, using the ropes to keep her down for the three count and capturing the MCW Women’s Championship in the process.
It was a cheap win, and one that solidified Jarvis’ status as one of the most hated wrestlers on the roster. And if you thought Jarvis would be humble in victory, then you just don’t know him very well!
With Jarvis out to prove that he really is ‘built different’, one championship doesn’t seem to be enough for him, as he’s now set his sights on becoming a double champion challenging Emman Azman for the Intercommonwealth Championship at Ascension.
Emman Azman has defended the Intercommonwealth Championship not just within MCW but also overseas as well.
Returning to his native Malaysia, Emman not just defended the Intercommonwealth Championship on foreign soul for the first time but received a large amount of press and even met with members of the Malaysian government.
Emman is every bit the champion that Jarvis isn’t and has solidified himself as one of the longest reigning Intercommonwealth Champions in history, a true favourite amongst the MCW faithful.
Both evenly matched in ring, they have faced off previously in the MCW Ascension Tournament in 2022 and at Blood In The Water earlier this year with the match ruled a no contest.
Jarvis has proven he will do whatever it takes to win and that’s something Emman will need to plan for on Saturday 9th September when we return to the Thornbury Theatre.
This will be a championship match for the ages, you won’t want to miss it!
Limited standing room tickets are available now at MCWTix.com.au
Ascension will stream on FITE+ on Saturday 16th September.
This event is suitable for all ages.