Sankhenre Mentuhotep VI
was a Pharaoh of Egypt of the 16th or 17th Theban dynasty based in Upper Egypt
during the Second Intermediate Period
. He was the successor of Neferhotep III
and is assigned a reign of 1 year in the Turin Canon. Mentuhotep VI is attested by a single stela from Thebes. In this document, Mentuhotep VI emphatically states: "I am the king within Thebes, this is my city
His predecessor was Sekhemre Sankhtawy Neferhotep III. Mentuhotep VI himself was succeeded by Nebiriau I who ruled Upper Egypt for more than 25 years.