2/10/2019-Missouri Valley Wrestling Presents: Sunday Night Wrestling

-Regina McGill leads The Island of Misfit Wrestlers back to gold as they dethrone a bickering, argumentative Dork Dynasty and become the new MVW Tag Team Champions.

-Yosemite Samantha puts up quite a battle. But in the end, Women’s Champion Christa Carmondy is able to quell her challenge to remain the champion.

-Post-match, former MVW champion Sheline Carrigan returns and takes Christa out with a Canadian Destroyer. Then former MVW Women’s champion Lisa Barbosa-Stevens runs in and takes Carrigan down with a Toxic Sting.

-After MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell uses a baseball on ‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay, McAvay leaves the ring as the winner but Blackwell leaves still the champion.

-Post-match, an angry MVW CEO Jill Berg reads Blackwell the riot act and immediately books another rematch for MVWA 88. Berg lays down the stipulations as well. The title will change hands on a disqualification. Both Blackwell and McAvay will be disqualified if they use any weapon of any sort during the match.



Missouri Valley Wrestling
Sunday Night Wrestling
Sunday February 10th, 2019
Taped at MVW Television Studios
St. Louis, Missouri

Thunderbolt Smith
‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall


Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall welcome everyone to Sunday Night Wrestling.

Thunderbolt Smith: One week after MVWA 87, it’s a short three weeks to MVWA 88 and the third in the Blackwell-McAvay trilogy.

Rick Hall: Thunderbolt, Jill Berg was very upset with what happened last week. Blackwell-McAvay was building to becoming a great match until Blackwell got his hands on the baseball bat and got himself disqualified.

Thunderbolt talks next about Christa Carmondy’s impressive title defense win over Yosemite Samantha and then the unexpected return of Sheline Carrigan and Lisa Barbosa-Stevens to the women’s division.

Rick Hall: The return of Carrigan and Barbosa-Stevens adds even more depth to what was already a pretty deep women’s division. Christa will have her hands full trying to fend off suitors for her women’s title belt.

And then, Thunderbolt hits the surprise win by Islands of Misfits Wrestlers over the Dork Dynasty.

Rick Hall: I feel good for Rah and Halitosis…but I really feel good for Regina McGill for helping them get back to the top of the tag team division. Regina often suffers being in her big sister Dawn’s shadow. But give her credit, she righted a sinking ship when she took her sister’s place as their manager and got them back to the summit.

Thunderbolt agrees. He reviews the lineup for today’s show:
-The Southern Boys (‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson, ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller, and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams are here.
-Lisa Barbosa-Stevens returns to action.
-‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay, coming off his win over Charlie Blackwell at MVWA 87.
-MAIN EVENT: The Heartland Title match taped last week in Danville, Illinois between SNAFU with Coach E.J. Flack and Average Joe.
-We’ll also hear from: MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell and the Sports Entertainment Corporation, Yosemite Samantha, Women’s Champion Christa Carmondy, and the new MVW Tag Team champions The Island of Misfit Wrestlers.

Thunderbolt sends it to ringside and announcer Kimber Marshall for the first match of the show.

Kimber Marshall: Our first match is a six man tag team with one fall.

Crowd: ONE fall!

Kimber announces Georgia-Florida State Line (Skyler and Bryan), two corporate pop country enthusiasts and the masked Mr. Wrestling XXXIV who are already in the ring.

“White Trash” – Chris Janson

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson “The 330 Pound Southern Brawler” (Southern Boys)
AGE: 37 / HT: 6′ 1″  WT: 330 / HOME: Troy, AL
FIN: High Crossbody into a Powerbomb

Dickinson makes his way towards the ring.

“Everlong” – Foo Fighters

‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller (Southern Boys)
AGE: 28 / HT: 6’ 0” WT: 240 / HOME: Columbus, GA
FIN: Southern Cross

Miller walks to the ring.

“Screw You, We’re From Texas”- Ray Wylie Hubbard

‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams (Southern Boys)
AGE: 42 / HT: 6’ 2” WT: 252 / HOME: Wemberly, TX
FIN: Devil’s Triangle (Triangle Choke)

Williams walks down and joins Dickinson and Miller in the ring.

Thunderbolt Smith: It’s the Southern Boys versus the team of Georgia-Florida State Line and Mr. Wrestling thirty-four.

Rick Hall: Thunderbolt, ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson vacated the Heartland title and he’s gunning for big time gold. He’s teamed up with ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams to form the new faction the Southern Boys and their aim is to raise a whole lot of hell in Missouri Valley Wrestling.

Thunderbolt Smith: It sounds like our new tag team champions may want to keep a close eye on the Williams and Miller in the future.

Rick Hall: You can bet on that.

MATCH #1: The Southern Boys vs. Georgia-Florida State Line and Mr. Wrestling XXXIV

Dickinson, Miller, and Williams jump their opponents at the bell. Dickinson tosses Skyler and Miller drags Mr. Wrestling XXXIV out of the ring. Williams starts out with Bryan. Williams starts with chops then he tags in Miller who lands a headbutt that drops Bryan. Another tag to Dickinson. Dickinson whips Bryan into the ropes and hits a shoulder block. Skyler in. Dickinson belly to belly suplexes him. Both Skyler and Bryan back up. Dickinson decks them with a double clothesline. Georgia-Florida State Line bail to the outside but Miller runs across the ring and hits a dive onto both of them over the top rope. Dickinson tags Williams back in. Williams stalks Mr. Wrestling XXXIV but the masked man drops toe holds him into the corner. Mr. Wrestling gets a few boots in but doesn’t see Miller on the top turnbuckle. Miller hits a dive into a DDT. Williams is back up. Miller ducks back out to take down Skyler. Dickinson hits a big boot to Bryan on the floor. Williams slaps on the Devil’s Triangle (Triangle Choke) and Mr. Wrestling XXXIV quickly submits.


WINNER: The Southern Boys at 3:00

Thunderbolt Smith: Impressive win by the Southern Boys here on MVW’s Sunday Night Wrestling.

Thunderbolt Smith:
Blair Moise is with them right now.

Blair asks Bill Dickinson why he dropped the Heartland title.

Bill Dickinson: I’d done enough with it. I was champion for sixteen months, you know. It’s time for someone else to take over and I wanna to go after the MVW title. That simple.

Dave Miller is asked about joining forces with Dickinson and Williams.

Dave Miller: Well, we’ve known each other for awhile…various companies. Bill came up with the idea. We were able to talk Dan Williams into coming out to play. Here we are.

Blair then asks Williams about coming back to wrestling.

Dan Williams: Uh…wasn’t doing much of anything else. Known both Dave and Bill from the territories. We’re gonna have some fun here.

Blair Moise: What are the goals here…besides fun?

Bill Dickinson: Titles. MVW Title.

Dave Miller: Dan and I want the tag belts.

Williams nods in agreement.

Blair Moise: All right, the Southern Boys everyone.

Back to Thunderbolt and Hall at the broadcast table. Thunderbolt sends it right to a commercial.



February 15th – Vilaero Event Center / Kearney, NE
February 16th – Pershing Center / Lincoln, NE
February 17th – Eihusen Arena / Grand Island, NE
February 23rd – Chisholm Trail Coliseum / Enid, OK
March 1st – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, IN
March 2nd – MVWA 88 @ Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN

-Main Event: MVW TITLE MATCH: Charlie Blackwell © vs. Ray McAvay
March 8th – United Wireless Center / Dodge City, KS
March 9th – Tony’s Pizza Events Center / Salina, KS
March 10th – Hartman Arena / Park City, KS
March 16th – Jamestown Civic Center / Jamestown, SD


Back from break, Thunderbolt talks about the SEC woes over the past few weeks.

Thunderbolt Smith: Charlie Blackwell still holds the title but Walstreit and Banks are nowhere close to being in title contention and Vyrus is swimming upstream in a loaded women’s division.

VIDEO: SEC Segment- Two weeks ago

‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann is in Corporate Sports-entertainment Programming Nation (CSPN) CEO Mark Splitter’s office…again along with the ‘Mouthpiece of the SEC’ Phil Finebaum. McMann is still trying to talk Splitter into splashing the cash for a new female wrestler.

Splitter resists citing the two million dollar Dawn McGill debacle at the end of 2017.

Mark Splitter: I spent two million dollars on Dawn McGill and all I have to show for it is watching her pretend she’s under the control of a maniacal wrestling robot.

Phil Finebaum: Everything is fine. We are the SEC.   We’re not Jim Harbaugh. Jim Harbaugh is no longer an elite college football coach. We are still the elite faction in Missouri Valley Wrestling. People care more about the SEC than they do politics. The SEC is the best faction in MVW. Period. End of story.

Cut to backstage, CSPN reporters Reese Anderson and Rebecca Morris talk to Mr. McMann.

In a surprising twist, Anderson actually asks McMann if everything is in fact okay. McMann seems a little taken aback by the direct question. He pauses and then gives a direct answer.

Mr. McMann: Yes. Phil Finebaum is right. Everything is okay. We are still the SEC. We are still the best faction in Missouri Valley Wrestling. Yes. We’ve hit a pothole in the road.   We’ve had our problems in the tag team division. We’ve struggled in the women’s division. But we will figure this out.

Morris then asks him an even more surprisingly pointed question about the two million dollars ‘wasted’ on wooing Dawn McGill to the SEC. McMann did not expect that question at all.

Mr. McMann: Mistakes were made. I’ve admitted them. At the end of the day, it is my job to promote the SEC. Miley Vyrus is a member of the SEC. I will find a way to get her into title contention.

And with that, McMann turns and leaves.

Cut back to Thunderbolt and Hall.

Rick Hall: Damn. Not the easy softball questions Mr. McMann has been used to.

Thunderbolt points out that the SEC still has the Missouri Valley Wrestling champion in their stable in ‘Charlie Wrestling’ Charlie Blackwell.

Rick Hall: Yeah but, there is definitely something off with the SEC right now.

Thunderbolt Smith: Something that is not off is the MVW women’s division. And things got a whole lot more interesting at the end of Christa Carmondy’s win over Yosemite Samantha when this took place…

VIDEO: Post-Match of Carmondy vs. Yosemite Samantha

Christa is in the middle of the ring and holds up the MVW Women’s title. A red blur hits the ring and shoulder blocks the champion. The belt goes flying through the air. Christa goes tumbling down to the mat halfway across the ring.

Close up- It’s the Canadian Cyborg, Sheline Carrigan decked out in her Canadian red outfit with Canadian flag in front.

Carrigan pulls Christa up…puts her head in between her legs…leaps up and hits the Canadian Destroyer.

Christa’s splayed out on the mat. Carrigan picks up the women’s belt and looks at it. She’s about to put over Christa when another figure races in. She spins Carrigan around and kicks her in the gut…turns…Toxic Sting!

Close up: it’s former MVW Women’s Champion Lisa Barbosa-Stevens!

Barbosa-Stevens stands over the fallen Carrigan and the champion Christa Carmondy.

Thunderbolt sends it back to the ring for the next match.

Kimber Marshall: Our next match is a single’s match with one fall…

Crowd: ONE fall!

Kimber announces Elaine Brazier who’s already in the ring.

“What Have You Done Now?” – Within Temptation

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens
HT 6’0″ WT: 130 / HOME: Houston, TX
FIN: Toxic Sting
MGR: Ted Tebow- Tim Tebow’s long lost black sheep brother no one ever knew he had.

Barbosa-Stevens confidently walks down to the ring accompanied by Ted Tebow- Tim Tebow’s long lost black sheep brother no one ever knew he had.

Thunderbolt Smith: Ted Tebow worked with Bo Stevens before in Missouri Valley Wrestling.

Tebow does the obligatory ‘Tebowing’ in the middle of the ring.

Rick Hall: Lisa is the wife of former Defiance FIST champion…

Thunderbolt Smith: And former two time High Octane Wrestling champion.

Rick Hall: …’The Scorpion’ Scott Stevens and a very accomplished wrestler herself. She is a former MVW Women’s champion having been defeated by the current champion Christa Carmondy for the title.

Referee Brent Payson does the obligatory check and calls for the bell.


MATCH #2- Lisa Barbosa-Stevens vs. Elaine Brazier
Barbosa-Stevens waste no time and attacking Brazier at the bell and whips her into the corner. Brazier avoids a charge. Brazier elevates and tried to land a super kick. It misses and Barbosa-Stevens responds with a delayed suplex. Barbosa-Stevens lands a short right and then lands an elbow. She baits Brazier into following her to the ropes and low bridges her.  Brazier falls to the outside. Barbosa-Stevens dives through the ropes to take Brazier down. Chops by Barbosa-Stevens on the outside, then forearms as well.

Ted Tebow claps his hands.

Brazier fights back. She goes to the top rope but misses the splash. Barbosa-Stevens rolls through and lands a series of strikes that staggers Brazier. Barbosa-Stevens lands an arm trap lariat for a near fall. She whips Brazier into the ropes and sets for the Toxic Sting but to her credit, Brazier blocks it. Right hand by Barbosa-Stevens and tries for the Toxic Sting again. Brazier slips free and gets a surprise roll up on Barbosa-Stevens who gets the ropes to break the near fall. They trade punches, Brazier tries a springboard but runs into a kick. Both women trade roll ups then Barbosa-Stevens hits the powerbomb and makes the cover- 2 count. Brazier again fights back with kicks and a sunset flip but Barbosa-Stevens rolls through and this time hits the Toxic Sting for the 3 count.


WINNER: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens @ 3:56

Thunderbolt Smith: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens with the win over Elaine Brazier tonight on Sunday Night Wrestling.

Rick Hall: Lisa looked good. Brazier did come out and give her a good match but Barbosa-Stevens was just too much for her.

Thunderbolt Smith: In the ring is Blair Moise to talk with Lisa. Blair?

Cut to Blair in the ring with Barbosa-Stevens and her manage Ted Tebow. Her first question- why did she come back?

Lisa’s answer? ‘Because she could.’

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens: I missed the competition. I missed the fans. But most of all, I missed wearing that MVW Women’s title belt.

Blair Moise: Is that why you attacked Sheline Carrigan last week at MVWA 87? Was that to send her a message?

Barbosa-Stevens says it was to send everyone a message. She’s back to claim what’s rightfully hers- the MVW Women’s title.

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens: Christa is a good champion. But I think I can be bett-

Out of the corner of the screen runs a red blur that tackles Barbosa-Stevens and drives her to the floor. It’s former MVW Champion Sheline Carrigan and she’s still pissed off about the attack last week. Blair steps back a safe distance as Carrigan flings Barbosa-Stevens into the wall. When she staggers back to the Canadian Cyborg, Carrigan plants her with the Canadian Destroyer on the floor.

After pausing to check on her handiwork, Carrigan exits leaving Barbosa-Stevens out on the floor.

Blair gets ready to send it back to Thunderbolt but Yosemite Samantha appears out of the blue. She’s got a few things to say about the state of the Women’s division.

Yosemite Samantha is hopping mad that not one but two former champions were brought back. She considers it a clear sign that MVW is doing everything possible to screw her out of the women’s title.

Yosemite Samantha: Do you think I’m going sit back and let Carrigan and Barbosa-Stevens cut the line? Hell no! I’ve sat and waited for my turn. I wrestled Christa Carmondy at MVWA 87 and gave her the fight of her life. And this is how I’m rewarded?

She declares no more Ms. Nice Girl. Missouri Valley Wrestling brought the army in to prevent her from becoming the women’s champion?

Andrea, Melissa, and Charissa Hanson aka…The Hanson Sisters…come out dressed in their retro Charlestown Chief hockey uniforms and armed with hockey sticks.

Yosemite Samantha: I’ve got an army of my own and I ain’t goin’ down without a fight.

Blair wraps up and sends it back to Thunderbolt and Hall.

Thunderbolt sends it to commercial break and a review of the MVW rankings.



Men’s Champion: ‘Charlie Wrestling’ Charlie Blackwell (SEC)

#1 –
‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay
#2 – ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson
#3 – Rah

Women’s Champion: Christa Carmondy
#1 –
Yosemite Samantha
#2 – ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot
#3 – C.J. Lewis

Tag Team Champions: Island of Misfit Wrestlers: Rah and Halitosis
#1 –
The Dork Dynasty: Leonard and Sheldon Robertson
#2 –
Weapons of Mass Destruction: A. Tom Bomb and Hy Drogen Bomb
#3 – Sports Entertainment Corporation: Kirk Walstreit and P.M.C. Banks
#4 –
Perfectly Average Company: Average Joe and Brad Company

Heartland Champion: SNAFU
#1 –
Jack Fraiser
#2 –
‘Cowboy’ Dan Butler
#3 –
Average Joe
#4 – ‘Canadian Bad Boy’ Justin Beaver


Back from commercial…

VIDEO: MVWA 87/MVW Tag Team Title- The Dork Dynasty © vs. Island of Misfit Wrestlers

…once again, Leonard and Sheldon are debating wrestling methods in their corner. This time, Halitosis creeps up to Leonard and spins him around. He unloads his breath on Leonard and he wilts like a flower. But, he manages to tag Sheldon in as he flops to the mat.

Rah has Sheldon set for the Eye of Rahhhh. Sheldon flails away in vain to get away. Rah lifts and slams him to the mat. Cover…one…two…three…NEW CHAMPIONS!

The audience applauds when Regina McGill walks out with the new MVW Tag Team champions, Rah and Halitosis…the Island of Misfit Wrestlers.

After asking Halitosis to keep some distance between her and him, Blair Moise asks Regina how she feels leading Rah and Halitosis.

Regina responds she feels good. She knew Rah and Halitosis had it in them to win back the title. They just needed a little push. Both Rah and Halitosis nod in agreement.

Blair asks about the addition of the Southern Boys to the tag team mix and what that means for the future.

Regina McGill: We can’t do anything about new teams coming into Missouri Valley Wrestling. The only thing we control is what we do inside the ring. Rah and Halitosis have become a very well-oiled tag team. Both have unique skill-sets that we’ve managed to meld together into a single unit. My job is to keep everything moving along.

Blair thanks Regina and sends it back to Thunderbolt and Hall.

Thunderbolt Smith: For their flamboyant entrances, both Rah and Halitosis don’t say a whole lot in their interviews.

Rick Hall: I don’t know, I think their entrances pretty much say it all.

Thunderbolt Smith: And speaking of entrances, let’s go to the ring.

Kimber Marshall is there to introduce the next match.

Kimber Marshall: This next match is a single’s match with one fall…

Crowd: ONE fall!

Do you hear the people sing? – Singing the song of angry men?

[A spotlight illuminates a concourse. The camera pans over and zooms in.]

‘Do You Hear the People Sing?’ – Les Miserables

‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay walks out accompanied by his wife, and one half of the famed West Texas Adult Entertainment duo Dark and Stormy, Stacee (Dark) Perry. Paige ‘Stormy’ Reynolds also walks out. Bert the Janitor comes out fourth.

Also joining them, General DeBauchery- who looks like a bizarre combination of the AWA’s Colonel DeBeers and Lt. Aldo from Inglorious Basterds, sporting a black captain’s hat right out of World War II, smoking a cigar and grinning obnoxiously, Al Cahall- sporting six pack abs…oh…that’s a six pack in front of his abs.

General DeBauchery takes a bottle of beer and chugs it down. Cahall raises his glass and chugs his beer down. And then there’s man smoking a cigarette in violation of several anti-smoking ordinances…which is par for the course- Nic Koteen.

McAvay starts down the steps. Dark and Stormy go next. Then Bert the Janitor, General DeBauchery, Cahall, Koteen, and what appears to be an endless stream of people from the special Les Miserables section of the arena.

‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay
AGE: 38 / HT: 6’ 3” WT: 195 / HOME: Fort Stockton, TX
FIN: McGill Bomb
VALETS: West Texas Adult Entertainment Legends Dark and Stormy
OTHERS: Bert the Janitor

Kimber Marshall: And his opponent…

Ultratron-Five…dressed like a cheap b-movie knock off of a robot…leads Dawn McGill on stage. She has a blank look on her face and a Singapore cane in her hand.

Thunderbolt Smith: Whoa. This could be interesting.

Rick Hall: Oh…yeah.

Ultratron-Five ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’
AGE: ? / HT: 5’ 10″ WT: 200 / HOME: Parts Unknown
FIN: The Disintegrator (modified F-5)
MGR: Dawn McGill

Ultratron-Five: Sniveling, puny, human insects, I have evolved beyond any human capability. The hand that slays you belongs to…Ultratron-Five-

Ultratron-Five’s metallic robot outfit gets jammed up and he’s unable to move.

Ultratron-Five: …*BLEEP*….Dammit!

Dawn McGill (cold/expressionless voice): I must help Ultratron-Five take over Missouri Valley Wrestling.

McGill rolls her eyes and gives the Ultratron-Five a swift kick to unstick the leg. Then she catches herself and snaps back into character.

Ultratron-Five tries to look menacing. He turns to the fans and flips them off.

Thunderbolt Smith: It’s the new age cybertronic criminally insane rogue sentient wrestling machine…

The sleeve of Ultratron-Five’s costume slides off. Ultratron-Five bends over…picks it up…and slides it back on.

Thunderbolt Smith: …albeit it a pretty crappy one. Rick?

Rick Hall: Well! Ultratron-Five is managed by Ray McAvay’s ex-wife Dawn McGill. Now, they’ve been in opposing corners before. But not like this.   This could be a very intriguing match.

Thunderbolt Smith: Oh, I can’t wait to how the match plays out.

Rick Hall: Agreed.

Dawn momentarily breaks character as her eyes and Dark’s (aka…Stacee Perry…aka…McAvay’s new wife) meet for a brief, but sufficiently awkward moment.

MATCH #3 ‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay vs. ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ Ultratron-Five
Referee Davey Keels is ready for action to begin.


McAvay and Ultratron-Five circle. They tie up and Ultratron gets a waistlock. McAvay reverses but Ultratron reverses into a hammerlock.

Thunderbolt Smith: Wait! Ultratron-Five’s chain wrestling?

Rick Hall: That’s McGill’s influence I’m sure.

McAvay rolls and reverses back to an armlock. He transitions into a wristlock then shifts to a headlock. Ultratron-Five powers out and we’re at a stalemate. Both men circle again and into a collar and elbow tie up. Ultratron-Five gets the headlock. McAvay slips out and gets steamrolled by Ultratron-Five’s shoulder. Cover…ONE…McAvay kicks out. Ultratron-Five keeps the pressure on with stomps to the legs. Ultratron-Five twists with a toehold but McAvay shoves him away. Things speed up and McAvay catches him in a roll up! One…TWO and Ultratron-Five shoots the shoulder up. Ultratron-Five tries for a crossface. McAvay slips out. Ultratron-Five charges…McAvay dodges…spins…dropkicks Ultratron-Five into his corner! He’s not happy.

Thunderbolt Smith: Okay. Good fast paced back and forth. Ultratron-Five acquitting himself well so far.

Rick Hall: You can tell Dawn’s worked really hard with him on some of the basics.

Ultratron-Five gives McGill an earful in the corner. McAvay races forward and crushes the ‘New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ into the corner turnbuckle. Dawn sees McAvay in time and simply drops off the ring apron before the collision takes place.

Rick Hall: I’m not sure what Ultratron-Five’s issue is but Dawn McGill has probably forgotten more about pro wrestling that he’ll ever know.

Thunderbolt Smith: Other than he’s the ‘New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine.’

Rick Hall: Oh. Right. Forgot.

Fireman’s carry into a backbreaker! Cover…one…TWO!! Ultratron-Five kicks out. McAvay runs forward- BIG lariat! Cover one…TWO…again Ultratron-Five kicks out. McAvay picks up steam. He grabs Ultratron-Five by the neck…Neckbreaker! Ray again grabs him by the back of the neck…Running Bulldog!

Thunderbolt Smith: McAvay’s Shaken’ and stirred combo and the Ultratron-Five’s in trouble.

McAvay suplexes Ultratron-Five. Cover…one…TWO…Ultratron-Five knees out. Ultratron-Five grabs the arm in desperation! CROSSFACE! McAvay rolls it to a cover one…TWO…NO! McAvay whips Ultratron-Five into the ropes. Ultratron-Five’s ‘suit’ gets stuck and the robot veers smack into McGill on the ring apron and sends her flying off to the floor.

Thunderbolt Smith: That’s unfortunate.

McAvay lifts Ultratron-Five up with a fireman’s carry…transitions into the SPICOLLI DRIVER! Cover…ONE…TWO…NO! Again Ultratron-Five lives. McAvay drags Ultratron-Five up…McGILL BOMB!

Rick Hall: That’s ironic.



Kimber Marshall’s right in the ring.

WINNER: ‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay @ 5:22

McAvay celebrates with his Les Miserables. Ultratron-Five is pissed and he unloads on a still woozy Dawn McGill on the floor.

Thunderbolt Smith: That was a nice little match. Ultratron-Five really has nothing to be upset about.

Rick Hall: Yeah, I’m not sure what the issue is with him and McGill. McAvay had work and work hard to win this match.

McAvay also has a microphone and he’s not afraid to use it. He calls out to Charlie Blackwell because he’s got a proposal for their upcoming match at MVWA 88 in three weeks.

Ray McAvay: Charlie, let’s do this right. No weapons. No outside interference. Let’s do a steel cage match for the title and let’s settle this once and for all.

That brings the MVW Champion ‘Charlie Wrestling’ Charlie Blackwell AND MVW CEO Jill Berg out to the stage. Blackwell agrees and says McAvay’s making a big mistake.

Charlie Blackwell: The only way you can beat me old man is by using that damn golf club. Bring on the steel cage.

Berg makes it so.

Thunderbolt Smith: So it’s official. Blackwell versus McAvay at MVWA 88 for the MVW title in a CAGE MATCH!

Rick Hall: Charlie better not get too overconfident. McAvay controlled much of the match at MVWA 87 and he’s shook off the ring rust after being on the shelf for all of 2018.

Thunderbolt sends it backstage to Blair Moise who’s with the MVW Women’s Champion.

Blair indeed has Christa Carmondy with her.

Her first question- the return of Sheline Carrigan and Lisa Barbosa-Stevens to MVW?

Christa Carmondy: No doubt, Blair…it’s a huge development. Both of these women are among the best female wrestlers on the independent circuit right now. But here’s the thing…only one of them at a time can get a shot at this…(holds up the women’s title belt).

Blair Moise: Because of the rule.

Carmondy confirms. MVW has a rule that title defenses will be singles match- no three way dances or fatal four way matches. She wonders who’s going to survive the meat grinder of coming out the number one contender. Yosemite Samantha is still out there. Carmondy admits Samantha brought the action to her in their match at MVWA 87 and was a tough win.

Christa Carmondy: I’m actually sitting in a nice place for the moment. Carrigan, Barbosa-Stevens, Yosemite Samantha,…possibly Miley Vyrus of the SEC…it’s going to take a little time to determine who the new number one contender is going to be. And I get to face whomever crawls out of that mess for the title.

Christa says she’s confident and then exits.

Thunderbolt Smith: A ‘confident’ Christa Carmondy there.

Rick Hall: She does have a point. I’ve heard some chatter that the women’s match at MVWA 88 will be a number one contender’s match with the winner facing Christa at MVWA 89.

Thunderbolt Smith: We’ll see soon enough. Main event coming up right after this.



February 15th – Vilaero Event Center / Kearney, NE
February 16th – Pershing Center / Lincoln, NE
February 17th – Eihusen Arena / Grand Island, NE
February 23rd – Chisholm Trail Coliseum / Enid, OK
March 1st – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, IN
March 2nd – MVWA 88 @ Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN

-Main Event: MVW TITLE MATCH: Charlie Blackwell © vs. Ray McAvay
March 8th – United Wireless Center / Dodge City, KS
March 9th – Tony’s Pizza Events Center / Salina, KS
March 10th – Hartman Arena / Park City, KS
March 16th – Jamestown Civic Center / Jamestown, SD


Back from commercial break, Thunderbolt talks about the Heartland title tournament that was held last Sunday in Danville, Illinois.

VIDEO: MVW CEO Jill Berg addresses the crowd in Danville.

Berg is in the ring.

Jill Berg: Tonight, you will be witnessing the crowning of a brand new Heartland champion. Tonight, MVW will be holding a tournament. Sixteen wrestlers will vie to become the new Heartland Champion right here in Danville, Illinois.

She pauses for the crowd’s reaction.

Sixteen wrestlers started at the beginning of the night. Who would leave the David S. Palmer Arena as the new Heartland champion?

Video montage of brief snippets showing SNAFU, ‘Cowboy’ Dan Miller, Jack Fraiser, and Average Joe winning their first round matches.

Brief replay of SNAFU’s win over ‘Cowboy’ Dan Miller in the semi-final match.

Brief replay of Average Joe’s win over Jack Fraiser.

Thunderbolt Smith: So let’s go back to last weekend. SNAFU versus Average Joe for the Heartland title.

Cut to the show.

Kimber Marshall is in the ring.


Crowd: ONE fall!

Kimber Marshall: And it’s for the Missouri Valley Wrestling Heartland title!

SNAFU, accompanied as always by Coach E.J. Flack, makes his way out on stage.

AGE: 33 / HT: 5′ 10″  WT: 200 / HOME: Parts Unknown
FIN: Philadelphia Facebuster
Manager: Coach E.J. Flack

’Feel Invincible’- Skillet

The fans chant ‘SNAFU!…SNAFU! as he and Flack make their way to the ring.

Target on my back
Lone survivor lasts
They got me in their sights
No surrender no
Trigger fingers go
Living the dangerous life

[SNAFU and Flack continue to the ring.]

Hey, hey, hey
Everyday when I wake
I’m trying to get up, they’re knocking me down
Chewing me up, spitting me out
Hey, hey, hey
When I need to be saved
You’re making me strong,
You’re making me stand
Never will fall, never will end
Shot like a rocket up into the sky
Nothing can stop me tonight

‘Tequila Sheila’- Bobby Bare

‘Truckin’ Average Company’s Valet/Manager Tequila Sheila comes out first.

“Pour me another…tequila…”

Sheila twirls around as the crowd shouts out: ‘SHEILA!”

Brad Company and Ken Worth-American Trucker appear next.

“Ordinary Average Guy” – Joe Walsh

Average Joe (Perfectly Average Company)
AGE: 40 / HT: 6′ 2″ WT: 220 / HOME: Defiance, OH
FIN: Average Slam
MGR: Tequila Sheila

All three men shake hands and walk down to the ring.

Thunderbolt Smith: SNAFU versus Average Joe from Danville, Illinois tonight.

Rick Hall: SNAFU’s gotten a big boost from his association with Coach E.J. Flack. Flack has smoothed out the rough edges and turned SNAFU into an overall very good wrestler. Average Joe will always come out and give you one hundred percent. The key factor in this match though is fatigue. Both SNAFU and Average Joe have wrestled twice already tonight. Who has more gas left in the tank will have a huge advantage over the other.

Thunderbolt Smith: Winner becomes the new Heartland champion.

Referee Ron Martin calls for the bell.


Thunderbolt Smith: Here we go for the Heartland title.

Slow start. Both men circle. Both men wait to pull the trigger on the first offensive maneuver. SNAFU goes for a boot. Average Joe blocks and escapes SNAFU. Collar and elbow tie up. SNAFU gets the wristlock. Average Joe spins and reverses. SNAFU reverses back to a hammerlock. Average Joe slips around to a headlock.

Thunderbolt Smith: Very slow start. The action’s picked up big time.

Rick Hall: Again. Two tired wrestlers running on their third wind by now. Conditioning will be huge.

SNAFU brings him down to a knee and gets his own headlock. Average Joe fights out. SNAFU grabs hair but Average Joe back heels to the balls. He dropkicks SNAFU’s leg ou and drags him into an armbar! SNAFU gets out and takes a moment outside the ring to confer with E.J. Flack.

Rick Hall: Both men still feeling each other out. See who’s got what left in the tank.

Back in, SNAFU goes right after Average Joe with forearm after forearm in the corner. Referee Ron Martin steps in. Average Joe takes the opportunity to call time out himself and rolls out of the ring.

SNAFU follows after Average Joe on the outside. He sweeps the leg and takes Joe off his feet! SNAFU drags him over and throws him into railing. Then as Martin starts a count, SNAFU bumps Average Joe off the announcer’s desk. He places a chair down. SNAFU runs…jumps onto and then off the chair and lands a double footed stomp on Average Joe.

Thunderbolt Smith: Damn.

Rick Hall: That’s a move right out of a SABU ECW DVD. But SNAFU can’t win the title on the outside. He’s got to get back in the ring and pin Average Joe there.

SNAFU throws forearms on Average Joe in the corner, then stomps. Flack tosses in a chair-SNAFU places it in the middle of the ring. He goes to whip Average Joe into the chair but gets reversed and SNAFU runs right into the chair. Average Joe with boots. He snapmares SNAFU and then jumps off the chair to hit a missile dropkick. Cover…one…TWO…SNAFU kicks out! SNAFU rakes the eyes an again kicks Average Joe.

SNAFU slaps Average Joe. SNAFU stands and chops, but Average Joe throws a forearm back. Dueling chops! They go chop for chop until Average Joe gets an edge. Average Joe goes to whip SNAFU into the corner. SNAFU reverses, tumbles, springboards, but Average Joe dodges at the last moment. Average Joe spins SNAFU for the Average Slam but SNAFU blocks. Average Joe knees SNAFU but then runs into a fireman’s carry but slips out. SNAFU powers Average Joe away and ducks out to talk with E.J. Flack again.

Thunderbolt Smith: Pretty even match so far.

Rick Hall: Who will go for it? Both men are executing moves but who will throw caution to the wind and go for broke?

Thunderbolt Smith: I just wonder if either man has enough strength left to do that.

6th MINUTE (in progress)
…SNAFU climbs to the top turnbuckle with a steel chair in hand. Chair assisted Moonsault onto Average Joe’s knees! SNAFU and Average Joe are both down, but the fans are cheering.

Thunderbolt Smith: That hurt both men!

Rick Hall: But if SNAFU hits that move clean, the match is over.

SNAFU stands and throws a forearm. Average Joe staggers but comes back with his own forearm. SNAFU and Average Joe exchange forearms. They go back and forth again and it speeds up, until Average Joe throws one BIG forearm! SNAFU gets up but Average Joe’s on him with another shot. SNAFU SLAPS him on the spin. He throws more palm strikes and gains momentum.

Thunderbolt Smith: All of a sudden SNAFU’s found his fourth wind.

Flack throws in another chair. Average Joe runs right into a chair SNAFU throws at him followed by SNAFU’s dropkick! Referee Ron Martin admonishes SNAFU.

Thunderbolt Smith: He nearly disqualified SNAFU on the spot for that.

Rick Hall: They want a winner in the match if possible.

Average Joe fireman’s carries but SNAFU slips out the back door. He whips Average Joe into the ropes and catches an elbow on the return. Average Joe springboards for the moonsault but SNAFU ducks under. SNAFU starts throwing rights. Average Joe tries to counter and runs into a drop toehold. SANFU finds the chair and skateboards it onto Average Joe’s face.


Rick Hall: There’s the move he’s looking for.

Ron Martin slides in.




Martin motions to the timekeeper.


Thunderbolt Smith: And we have a brand new MVW Heartland champion!

Rick Hall: Congratulations to SNAFU! The NEW Heartland champion.

Kimber Marshall makes it official.


While SNAFU celebrates in the ring with E.J. Flack, Thunderbolt quickly wraps up another edition of MVW Sunday Night Wrestling.

Thunderbolt Smith: For ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall, I’m Thunderbolt Smith.  We’ll see you next week.


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