MVW House Show
Saturday January 16th, 2016
Night two of Missouri Valley Wrestling’s two day swing through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan saw MVW invade the Vandament Arena on the campus of Northern Michigan University. The night before, ‘Queen Cool’ Leah Iris and Daisy Cutter-Bomb battled hard in an intense encounter for Iris’s MVW Television Title. Tonight, the veteran from Scotland, Carrieanne McDermott, would feature in the main event putting her MVW Heartland Title on the line against former Hooter’s waitress turned pro wrestler C.J. Lewis.
Dawn McGill came out at the start of the show and did the usual talk up of the MVW Supporter’s Trust. She confirmed that the number of Trust members did go over the 7500 mark last night in Houghton and thanked all the fans of Missouri Valley Wrestling for their support.
Kirsten Canfield def. Marianna – Canfield rebounded from a tough loss the night before in Houghton. Unlike her match with Tessa Martin Friday night when she whiffed on the Stardust Press, the Wichita State student connected on the move against Marianna to collect the win.
Ninja Kitty def. Alexandria Wolf – Ninja Kitty also bounced back from a loss Friday night to pick up the win over the flamboyantly dressed Wolf- again adorning a top hat and a giant coat like a Civil War re-enactor.
Daisy Cutter-Bomb/Regina McGill def. Divorcees with Dangerous Intent (Stacey Martin/Betsy Parker) – The DDI hung in valiantly against DCB and McGill. Martin and Parker worked a double team spot with McGill playing the face in peril until Daisy got the tag finally and connected with the clotheslines to both members of the DDI in the corners. Daisy hit a lung blower/double stomp combo on Martin and nearly got the pinfall. DCB and McGill combined to connect with double knees to Martin. Betsy Parker rushed into the ring and shoved Martin out of the way but ended up eating a McGill dropkick and then a dive from Daisy. Daisy hit the Daisy Cutter Powerbomb on Martin but wasn’t the legal person in the ring. McGill then rolled Martin up for the win.
Kari Ferguson def. Adrienne Banks – Ferguson picked up her second victory of the weekend with the win over Banks. Ferguson tried to hit a piledriver on Banks but she countered and got the sharp shooter. Ferguson somehow escaped and after more back and forth action, hit a powerbomb to win the match.
‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann came out with his Sports Entertainment Consortium (hired guns Bo Stevens and Timothy Allen Tebow, ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan, and MVW Tag Team champions Lingerie Girls Brandi and Wendi Bayless).
McMann proclaimed that he is the only one with a clear vision for the future of Missouri Valley Wrestling and that future is ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan.
“Now that Sheline is back where she belongs, in an elite organization called the SEC, she will finally realize her true potential and take her place at the top of the MVW food chain. Kathryn Randall Collins is what we call in the business a ‘transitional champion.’ Sheline Carrigan is the future.”
McMann also talked up his MVW Tag Team champions, Lingerie Girls Brandi and Wendi Bayless, saying that without his guidance they would be still pigeon-holed as MVW Originals and stuck in a dead-end treadmill to nowhere.
“Thanks to me, Brandi and Wendi threw off the shackles of ‘pro wrestling’ and embraced my vision of ‘Sports Entertainment.’ And because they are giving you- the fans- what I know you want to see, they’ve been rewarded with the MVW Tag Team title belts.”
‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot def. C.J. Lewis – this was a battle of two wrestlers representing the lower to middle end of the income scale. The fact that Harlot did not have her best stuff on Saturday and still managed to overcome the former Hooter’s waitress turn pro wrestler shows just how far she’s come along as a wrestler. And it always helps to have the White Trash Posse (Shayne/Jaxon/Bobby Rickie) at ringside too.
Lewis worked Harlot’s shoulder. Lewis went up top for the big finish but Shayne and Jaxon pushed her off the top rope. Lewis landed hard on the mat allowing Harlot to lock in the White Trash Compactor for the win.
Christa Carmondy def. Harley Davisson – Davisson, one half of the Missouri Valley Fight Club along with MVW Heartland Champion Carrieanne McDermott, would prove to be Christa’s toughest opponent since she returned to MVW. Christa yelled at the crowd a few times, worked hard the ring to fend off Davisson’s unorthodox attacks and delivered the goods. She would pick up the win when Davisson missed a corner splash and posted herself. Christa hit her finisher to score the win.
Christa then took the microphone from ring announcer Kimber Marshall and had a few choice words for ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan and the Sports Entertainment Consortium. Christa claimed when she was in MVW back in the day wrestling the likes of Valora Salinas the crowd was electric. When the bell rang; everyone knew that Missouri Valley Wrestling was all about business- not showbiz. She calls sports entertainment a joke and admitted that she needed to do a lot of growing up over the past couple of years. Christa admitted she still needs to prove himself. Christa added that Sheline Carrigan needs to show she has balls, the intestinal fortitude to be a top champion and added that right now Carrigan has a better shot at winning the lottery than winning the MVW title.
“The road to the MVW Title goes right through me.”
MVW Television Champion Leah Iris/‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin/’Texas Cowgirl’ Haley Dallas def. The Green World Order (Penny/Code Pink/Emily S. List) – This match turned when Tess and Penny went face-to-face. Code Pink and List raced in followed by Iris and Dallas. In the melee, Penny slapped on an ankle lock on Tess. Dallas broke it up, teased using a belt but referee Davey Keels took it away. Martin went Schoolgirl roll up on Penny for a near fall. Iris tagged in. She hit the Pittsburgh Plunge on Penny to close out the match.
MAIN EVENT/HEARTLAND TITLE MATCH: Carrieanne McDermott © def. ‘By the Book’ Tiana Walker – McDermott’s style doesn’t always work aesthetically in a match. She took control from the outset working an arm bar on Walker. The challenger dropped to the mat but McDermott continued to work the arm. Walker made the ropes. There was an exchange in the ropes that resulted in McDermott falling to the floor. After delivering a sermon to referee Ron Martin about the rules, Walker then ripped off a turnbuckle cover. As soon as McDermott climbed back into the ring, Walker pounced and slammed her into the exposed buckle. Walker took her by the arm and whipped her a second time into the buckle. Walker kept control, getting near falls off of the cross body and then the spike.
Frustrated, Walker stormed to her corner and picked up the Missouri Valley Wrestling rulebook and read the riot act to the referee. McDermott clobbered her from behind causing a referee bump. With the referee down, the Heartland Champion repeatedly smashed Walker headfirst into the exposed buckle. McDermott woke the referee back up, hit the Glasgow Handshake and that was finally all.
Next weekend, Missouri Valley Wrestling hits DeKalb, Illinois on Friday night, South Bend, Indiana on Saturday, and Kokomo, Indiana on Sunday.