MVW House Show
St. Louis, MO
Saturday November 21st, 2015
It was the go home show for MVWA 67.
St. Louis Courtroom – Wednesday November 18th
Judge (rendering verdict): …in the instant motion filed by Mr. McMann to block the sale of Missouri Valley Wrestling Association to the MVW Supporters Trust, this court finds no reason to block the sale and rules in favor of the MVW Supporters Trust.
Quick camera shot of ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann, flanked by his high powered attorneys Felcher and Felcher. McMann bangs his hand down on the table and mutters a curse under his breath.
Quick camera shot of Dawn McGill and Johnny Suave, accompanied by MVW’s corporate attorney. McGill turns to Suave and high-fives him.
An unhappy Mr. McMann arrived at the Chaifetz Arena before the show to chorus of jeers and boos from the crowd waiting to get into the building. Bo Stevens and Timothy Allen Tebow bulldozed a path through the crowd to allow McMann and the two members of the Sports Entertainment Consortium on hand for the show (Lingerie Girls Brandi and Wendi Bayless) to pass through and enter the arena.
Also receiving a mixed reception upon arrival was the MVW Champion Lady Halitosis. She showed up to the arena with the Green World Order (Peta from PETA, Code Pink, Emily S. List, and PeaceNic) in tow.
One positive by product of the new ownership was the robust line of people at the concessions before the show signing up to become part of the MVW Supporter’s Trust. What is the MVW Supporter’s Trust?
MVWA 66- November 7th
Jill Berg: …with my money, MVW was purchased by a trust called the Missouri Valley Wrestling Supporter’s Trust. So technically, I do not own Missouri Valley Wrestling- the MVWST does. Here’s the neat thing. You can buy into the trust for as little as $25 a year and that will make you a part-owner of the company. So, if you like MVW and want to support grass roots pro wrestling and keep it alive and vibrant, you now have the opportunity to do so…
The total number of people who’ve joined is now approaching one thousand. The goal remains 10,000.
Five thousand plus poured into the Chaifetz Arena on the campus of St. Louis University for the show.
Americana (Colleen America/Kristie Lowe) defeat Gwen and Blake Varney
-MVW’s latest addition to the tag team division picks up their second win in MVW by pinfall over the Varney Sisters to kick off the show.
Spiders and Snakes (Anna Conda/Natasha ‘The Black Widow’ Littell defeat Divorcees with Dangerous Intent (Stacey Martin/Betsy Parker)
-The DDI came out with a game plan and wanted to use this match to kick start their flagging MVW fortunes. Littell and Conda had other plans. Littell used her agility to set the table. Conda slapped on the Constrictor submission on Parker to close out the match.
Daisy Cutter-Bomb defeated ‘The Original’ Shanna Barrett
-Two MVW veterans faced off against each other in this match. DCB’s power was just too much for Barrett and Daisy gets the pinfall after dropping Barrett with an explosive Daisy Cutter Powerbomb.
Kari Ferguson/Adrienne Banks defeat ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot/’By the Book’ Tiana Walker via DQ
-Poor Lani Harlot. The former Heartland Champion had to fight this war on three fronts. First, there was her partner Tiana Walker who’s back to being more interested in arguing minute points in the MVW rulebook than actually wrestling in MVW. Second, her opponents Ferguson and Banks- both of whom came out with the intention of making their own personal statements. Third and last, the Sports Entertainment Consortium. The SEC, still fuming over the judge’s ruling at mid-week that denied Mr. McMann ownership of MVW, went after their former member Kari Ferguson and caused Harlot and Walker to be disqualified from the match.
After the match, Mr. McMann climbed into the ring and blasted the judge’s decision, blasted the new MVW ownership as being ‘glaringly over their head’ and ‘hopelessly naïve’, blasted Dawn McGill for ‘taking one of his wrestlers away’ when she sent out ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan to the Independent Western Wrestling World promotion to work out a few issues with her in-ring work, and finally blasted the MVW fans for not buying into his vision of what sports entertainment is.
McMann: “You cheer Kari Ferguson instead of me. You cheer for failure. You cheer for people who simply can’t cut it in the world of sports entertainment. Shame on Missouri Valley Wrestling for allowing it to happen. Shame on each and every one of you for doing it.”
The St. Louis crowd respond by throwing debris into the ring. But then the jeers turned to cheers when Dawn McGill came out. Despite being five months pregnant with twins, McGill easily climbed up into the ring and joined McMann.
McGill rebutted his blast over sending out Sheline Carrigan.
McGill: “Sheline came to me and said she needed a break. I thought the best solution for her was to send her out West for a month to let her concentrate on wrestling and not the drama- much of which you’ve generated, Mr. McMann.”
McMann started to complain about the ownership controversy but McGill cut him off. She told McMann the ownership issue has now been settled and the MVW Supporters Trust is now in charge. He can either get with the program and be a part of MVW or he can take his Sports Entertainment crap and leave.
The Kentucky Deerhunters (Kellyanne Morris/Bailey Foster) and Hannah Lancer defeat MVW Tag Team Champions ‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin/‘Texas Cowgirl’ Haley Dallas and Airline Amie
-in a preview of next week’s Missouri Valley Wrestling Tag Team title match between the champions Martin and Dallas versus the Kentucky Deerhunters, the Deerhunters come out on top this week when Morris traps the “Intercontinental High Flying Flight Attendant” Airline Amie in the Bear Trap and causes her to tap out.
Afterwards, Morris and Foster get on the microphone and demand that a stipulation be added to next week’s match-no disqualification. Martin and Dallas accept so the Tag Title showdown next week at MVWA 67 will be a no disqualification match.
HEARTLAND TITLE MATCH: Ninja Kitty © defeated Regina McGill
-Dawn’s little sister Regina came into the match with a strategy designed to slow down the ultra-fast Ninja Kitty. And for ten minutes, it worked like a charm. But one mistake, McGill whiffed on a splash and hit the corner turnbuckle, turned the match back in the Heartland champion’s favor. Ninja Kitty hit the Pounce to finish off the game challenger and retained the title.
TELEVISION TITLE MATCH: ‘Queen Cool’ Leah Iris © defeated Carrieanne McDermott
-Queen Cool fends off another tough challenge- this time from the Missouri Valley Fight Club’s Carrieanne McDermott, to retain the TV title. McDermott came in determined to ground and pound her way to victory. Iris managed to overcome the Scot’s tactics and hit the Pittsburgh Plunge to hold on to the TV belt.
MAIN EVENT: Kathryn Randall Collins/Harley Davisson defeat MVW Champion Lady Halitosis/Code Pink
-in another preview from next week’s MVWA 67 show, the challenger KRC and her partner Harley Davisson came out on top of the Green World Order’s Lady Halitosis and Code Pink. KRC applied the Gogoplata submission hold to Code Pink and clinched the main event win for her team.
Post match, KRC and Lady Halitosis stare each other down as the show came to an end.