Blood In The Water – Tag Team Match

The Parea vs. The Untouchables

At MCW 12, The Parea sensationally turned their back on Rocky Menero.

At The House Always Wins, they proclaimed themselves as kings.

Now at Blood in the Water, The Parea return.

The Parea shockingly turned on Rocky Menero at MCW 12.

For over a year, Rocky, Eli Theseus and Gabriel Aeros were inseparable in the ring, and while most didn’t appreciate their tactics, most begrudgingly recognised their skill.

When Rocky faced Slex inside a steel cage, it was The Parea who helped him out. Together they faced the very best that MCW had to offer, and even when they didn’t win, they sure as hell made an impact.

But now it’s over.

At MCW 12, The Family became a broken home, as The Parea shockingly turned on Rocky Menero, costing him the Stone Burial match against Caveman Ugg.

They clearly have a goal to become the biggest tag team in not just MCW, but the entire country.

It’s an impressive aim when you consider the level of tag team talent across the nation. But here’s the thing, when you’re the king, everyone wants to take your crown.

The Kings of MCW? The Parea (Eli Theseus & Gabriel Aeros) return on April 8 at Blood in the Water.

Two men who have been kings of the Australian tag team scene for years are Damian Slater and Marcius Pitt – The Untouchables.

It’s been a long time since the MCW faithful had the opportunity to see the two of them together in the MCW ring – almost 5 years – but as two key members of the long running TMDK stable (currently running roughshod across New Japan Pro Wrestling), long-time fans know just how good Slater and Pitt are, and how they’re deserving of the fans respect.

Damian Slater & Marcius Pitt – The Untouchables (Credit: Pix Photography)

For Slater and Pitt, they see The Parea as yet another team who talk big, but can they truly match up to their standard?

As for The Parea, they see The Untouchables as just a steppingstone to their inevitable reign on top of the country.

Two of Australia’s very best tag teams will face off for the very first time on Saturday 8th April when we return to the Thornbury Theatre for Blood In The Water.

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