MVW House Show
Friday October 16th, 2015
Friday night saw Missouri Valley Wrestling invade the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A solid attendance of roughly 8,000 meant that the lower section of the 19,000 seat arena was filled up and ready for a night of MVW action.
Before the show started, Auntie Jen came to the ring to a vociferous chorus of boos and jeers accompanied by her new attorneys, Felcher and Felcher. R Felcher complained about the ‘unfair’ treatment of their new client Wednesday night in Clinton, Oklahoma and the video screen replayed the ‘match’ Auntie Jen had against seven of MVW lower tier wrestlers. R Felcher told the crowd that all Auntie Jen wants is fairness and seven against one is not fair.
Regina McGill, Dawn McGill’s younger sister, then walked out (Dawn was not in Tulsa Friday night) and delivered a short, curt message to Auntie Jen. “You want an one on one match? You’ve got a one on one match.” And with that ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan’s music hits and the MVW Television Champion walks to the ring.
Auntie Jen’s face melts as the Canadian Cyborg climbs into the ring. Felcher and Felcher protest but then the bell rings.
TELEVISION TITLE MATCH: ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan © defeated Auntie Jen @ :25
-the only reason the match last that long was because Auntie Jen tried to make a run for it. But Carrigan caught her trying to climb through the ropes and pulled her back in. One Canadian Destroyer later, Carrigan made the easy cover to score the win.
Post match, Felcher and Felcher threw a fit so Carrigan gave them each a Canadian Destroyer as well for good measure.
Then the leader of the Green World Order Kathryn Randall Collins walked out. Everyone thought she was going to talk but she hung out at ringside to watch the next match.
Hannah Lancer defeated Code Pink of the GWO @ 6:14
-KRC witnessed the younger, greener (experience-wise) Lancer outclass the GWO wrestler Code Pink. The reason KRC was out there? Code Pink and the others were not attending the extra work/training sessions that Dawn McGill put on to help out the younger wrestlers. Lancer did. The result? Lancer with an easy victory.
Post match, Code Pink went to Glitter Bomb the young Lancer but KRC stopped her and told the GWO star to go to the back.
Former Heartland Champion ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot, fresh from losing her belt Wednesday night to Ninja Kitty, came out to the ring next and demanded an immediate rematch. Flanked by the White Trash Posse, Harlot derided Ninja Kitty, saying that all she does is run around the ring and tire her opponents out. Harlot said if Ninja Kitty would just stay still and wrestle, she’d wipe up the mat with her every time.
Ninja Kitty appeared in the aisle and simply said she’d accept her challenge and would wrestle her tonight for the Heartland title.
The Kentucky Deerhunters (Kellyanne Morris/Bailey Foster) defeated Blake Varney/Desiree Davis @ 7:38
-The Deerhunters continue to scratch and claw their way back up into the tag team title picture.
Backman Taylor Powerdrive (Charlene Backman/Brianna Taylor) defeat Divorcees with Dangerous Intent (Stacey Martin/Betsy Parker) @ 8:25
-as does BTP.
Kathryn Randall Collins comes out a second time to watch the GWO tag match. Would she be more impressed with the tag team?
Spiders and Snakes (Anna Conda/Natasha ‘The Black Widow’ Littell) defeat the Green World Order (Soccer Mom/Peta from PETA) @ 8:42
-No. Conda and Littell, still learning to work together from a tag team sense, dominate the match.
Post match, KRC climbs into the ring and she’s not happy. Collins tells the Green World Order that they are officially on notice. If she does not see an immediate improvement in their ring performance, she is walking out on them. KRC says there’s no excuse for not showing up at Dawn McGill’s training sessions.
KRC: “If you doubt for a second whether or not it’s worthwhile, look at the wrestlers who’ve been beating you. Young, hungry, up and coming wrestlers who’ll do whatever it takes to get better. No one is going to take you or your message seriously if you can’t ‘go’ in the ring.
Collins leaves the ring shaking her head.
CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises, former MVW Champion, and the phenomenon known as Jill Berg walks to the ring…to cheers? Yes, the kindler, gentler Corporate Predator Extraordinaire is actually being cheered on now since her recent epiphany. Jill once again denounces Sports Entertainment Genius Mr. McMann for using his power ‘inappropriately.’ She echoes Dawn McGill’s concern about pushing a young wrestler (Kari Ferguson) into a high stakes match (tomorrow night- MVW Title challenge against champion Lady Halitosis) too soon.
Jill Berg: “It’s time we do the right thing for our younger colleagues. What if Kari Ferguson is not ready to step up to that level yet? Does Mr. McMann throw her aside and brings somebody else in? Mr. McMann is embarking on a course that chews up and then spits out his employees- and that’s not right.”
Out comes Mr. McMann and the rest of the Sports Entertainment Consortium (Lingerie Girls Brandi and Wendi Bayless/Kari Ferguson with hired muscle Bo Stevens and Timothy Allen Tebow…no, not THAT one). McMann calls Berg ‘soft’ and tells her that she’s clearly lost her vision and nerve.
McMann: “Missouri Valley Wrestling is in big trouble. Only me, Sports Entertainment’s true Genius Mr. McMann, can save MVW from going dark once again. Only I can save MVW from itself.”
McMann holds up a briefcase he says represents a bona fide cash offer to buy Missouri Valley Wrestling and rescue it.
McMann: “All Romanov, Briscoe, and Johnny Suave have to do is sign the papers and MVW will continue to live on.”
Kathryn Randall Collins defeated ‘By the Book’ Tiana Walker @ 10:17
-with the rest of the GWO on hand, KRC went into the match with Walker to make a point and show her charges just how it’s done. Walker puts up a game effort and nearly steals the match when she clobbers KRC over the head with her ‘unwritten’ rule book. But in the end, KRC slaps on the Gogaplata and the match is hers.
“Queen Cool” Leah Iris defeated Carrieanne McDermott w/Harley Davisson @ 12:52
-Iris comes away with her most impressive victory in months, surviving a street fight with the rough and ready Scot Carrieanne McDermott. With her fellow Missouri Valley Fight Club partner Harley Davisson in her corner, McDermott made Iris throw out her wrestling game plan in the first minute and the two then fought in the ring and outside the ring for an intense ten minute stretch that kept the fans on the edge of their seats. Iris finally connected on the Pittsburgh Plunge and was dancing at the end after she pinned McDermott for the win.
MAIN EVENT/HEARTLAND TITLE MATCH: Ninja Kitty © defeated ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot @ 15:24
-and then last but not least, the rematch from two days ago. Harlot came out with the intent on taking back the Missouri Valley Wrestling house belt- the Heartland title. Ninja Kitty used Harlot’s intensity against her throughout the match. Harlot relentlessly moved forward and tried to trap Ninja Kitty in one of the four corners. Ninja Kitty used an array of defensive measures augmented by her agility and quickness to frustrate Harlot each step of the way. Harlot came close once, about midway through the match, to trapping Ninja Kitty and putting her in the White Trash Compactor. But time and time again, Ninja Kitty would pull off a miraculous escape. Finally, with Harlot running out of gas in the eleventh minute of the match, Ninja Kitty went on full offense and finished her off with the Pounce.
Both women received standing ovations after the match as the show came to a close.