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MC Mitch Cutting

Name: MC Mitch Cutting
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 95kgs
From: Mount Cotton, QLD, Aus
Trained by: Kelso Kahoniz, Mason Childs, Josh Haze, Steve Moore, Slade Mercer
Debut: March 2011
Finishers: Cradleshock, Cloverleaf

MC Mitch Cutting debuted in March 2011 in PROWL against long time friend and trainer Kelso Kahoniz. However after the crowd turned on him, MC turned on Kelso and joined David D'Angelos. MC and D'Angelos feuded with Kelso and Cam Teno throughout 2011. Cutting also formed an alliance with PROWL Heavyweight champion Warship. This lead to his first main event being a part of Team Warship against Team Mason Childs in an elimination tag match in November 2011.

Cutting started wrestling for PWA Queensland in 2011. Wrestled Joe Haze before his September retirement. Teamed with Jack Haggard and eventually Kelso Kahoniz to form the Party Rock Nation in PWA Queensland. David D'Angelos soon joined. The Party Rock Nation also formed around the same time in PROWL (albeit without Jack Haggard).

In May 2012 at PWAQ's Rise of the Warriors show the Party Rock Nation (Cutting/D'Angelos) won a four-way tag match and The Farrar Brothers' PWAQ Tag Team titles. The group has been able to defend the titles with any combination of two as per the 'Freebird' rule.

Major titles: PWAQ Tag Team Championship (w/ David D'Angelos, Jack Haggard & Kelso Kahoniz - freebird rule)

Credit: Mitch Cutting, Chris Dalgleish
Photo Credit: Julie White