4/28/19-Missouri Valley Wrestling Presents: Sunday Night Wrestling

Two Weeks Ago on MVW Sunday Night Wrestling:

Mr. McMann is Pissed
Mr. McMann, SEC Mouthpiece Phil Finebaum and the SEC (‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson, MVW Tag Team Champions ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams, MVW Women’s Champion Christa Carmondy and Andrea, Melissa, and Charissa Hanson aka…The Hanson Sisters) in the ring.

McMann is still livid over Dawn McGill’s interference in the MVW Title match at MVWA 89.

MVWA 89 REPLAY/MVW TITLE MATCH: Charlie Blackwell © vs. ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson

Dickinson is chatting with referee Davey Keels. Blackwell slumps back into a neutral corner and tries to gather himself.

Thunderbolt Smith: For some reason, Bill Dickinson has decided that now would be a good time to have a mid-match chat with Davey Keels.

With Keels distracted, ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller sneaks over and cold cocks Blackwell with a straight right hand.

Thunderbolt Smith: Cheap shot by Miller!

Blackwell sinks to the mat.

Rick Hall: Blackwell’s out Thunderbolt.

Thunderbolt Smith: Dickinson had the referee’s attention and Dave Miller came over and just blasted Charlie Blackwell with a right hand.   Now Dickinson is going for the win. We could have a new champion.

Dickinson ambles over and pulls Blackwell away from the ropes. He makes the cover.

Thunderbolt Smith: Wait! Where’s Davey Keels?

The camera pans over. Dawn McGill (Ashton Flowers’s valet) has come down to the ring and jumped onto the apron. She’s making out with Davey Keels and preventing him from making the three count on Blackwell.

Thunderbolt Smith: NO WAY!

Rick Hall: Way.

Dickinson stands up. He’s about to confront Keels but…

Thunderbolt Smith: IT’S RAY McAVAY!

McAvay, who Dickinson had knocked out earlier in the night to cost him and Rah the MVW Tag Team Titles, jumps into the ring with his Big Bertha driver. He swings…



…and knocks out Dickinson with one swing. The club snaps in half over Dickinson’s head.

McAvay exits but not before kicking one part of the broken driver out of the ring and snapping up the other with his hand.

McGill directs Keels back to Dickinson as Blackwell crawls over to make the cover. Keels makes the count.




McMann demands to know what Missouri Valley Wrestling CEO Jill Berg is going to do about McGill’s behavior.

Jill comes out and answers McMann.

Jill Berg: Not a damn thing.

McMann throws a fit.

Jill Berg: Your boy Bill Dickinson interfered in the tag team title match earlier and cost Ray McAvay and Rah the titles to your SEC team. Fair is fair.

McMann vigorously objects.

Mr. McMann: That’s completely different.

But the MVW CEO isn’t having any of it.

Jill Berg: No it’s not. You won two out of the three belts at MVWA 89. Don’t get greedy.



Missouri Valley Wrestling
Sunday Night Wrestling
Sunday April 28th, 2019
Taped at MVW Television Studios
St. Louis, Missouri

Thunderbolt Smith
‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall


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

Thunderbolt Smith: Last week, MVW CEO Jill Berg gave everyone Easter Sunday off so MVW presented three matches from its New Beginnings PPV back in January.   Tonight, we start again with new tag team champions as you saw at the beginning of the show that the SEC’s ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams defeated former champions Ray McAvay and Rah at MVWA 89.

Rick Hall: Weeks ago, the SEC was in big trouble. Today the Sports Entertainment Coalition now hold two out of the three belts: the tag team titles and the MVW Women’s title with Christa Carmondy.

Thunderbolt then notes that the SEC still has its work cut out for them with numerous challengers nipping on their heels.

Thunderbolt Smith: Corporate World Inc. with former SEC wrestlers Kirk Walstreit and P.M.C. Banks want the tag team belts. And don’t forget the former champions ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay and Rah.

Rick Hall: Carmondy still has Yosemite Samantha chasing her. There’s ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan with Coach E.J. Flack now guiding her. And then there’s Lisa Barbosa-Stevens. She’s brought in family members Bo and George Stevens to watch her back and she wants nothing more than to win back the Women’s title.

Thunderbolt introduces a big announcement Missouri Valley Wrestling CEO Jill Berg made at a house show on Friday night.

REPLAY: MVW House Show- Owensboro, KY
Jill Berg is in the ring.

Jill Berg: I am proud to announce that Missouri Valley Wrestling will be presenting our second pay per view show of the year Sunday June 30th in Indianapolis, Indiana.

She pauses for applause.

Jill Berg: ALL titles will be defended that night, including the Heartland and the Women’s Tag Team titles.

*‘No Smoke Without a Fire’ – Bad Company*

Thunderbolt notes that this is the music of the ‘One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism.

Chism comes out. He’s surrounded by paparazzi taking pictures and cameramen shooting video of him. Miley Vyrus and ‘Pop Songstress’ Taylor Switt also accompany Chism to the ring.

Once in the ring, Chism declares he’s upset that he- a genuine Hollywood star- is being completely overlooked in the MVW title scene.

Stone Chism: All I hear is William Daniels Bryan this, ‘Starz N. Stripes’ Kevin Scott that. The person you should be paying attention to is standing right here.

Vyrus steps forward and begins to twerk for the fans. Chism grabs her and shoves Vyrus back behind him.

Stone Chism: Not you. Me. The One Man Hollywood A-List.

Chism points to himself.

He goes on to say that he doesn’t usually appear in small venues like this, but for one night only he’s willing to give the ‘little people’ a small taste of what he intends to do to MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell.

Cut back to Thunderbolt and Hall.

Thunderbolt runs down the show.
-‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism will be in action.
-The SEC’s ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson speaks about MVWA 89.
-We’ll also hear from William Daniels Bryan.
-Lisa Barbosa-Stevens faces off against Maxie Perry
-We’ll look at what happened at the house shows over the weekend.
-‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay and MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell are here and talk about MVWA 89
-Main Event: Corporate World Inc. versus Weapons of Mass Destruction

Thunderbolt sends it to the ring for the first match.

MATCH #1-‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism vs. Jack from State Barn Insurance
MVW Ring Announcer Kimber Marshall introduces Jack from State Barn Insurance who is already in the ring. He’s wearing a bright red polo shirt and khaki pants.

Random Voice: She sounds hideous.

Kimber Marshall: That’s because she’s a guy.

Then Kimber announces Chism.

‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism
HT: 6′ 2″ WT: 225 / HOME: Hollywood, CA
STR: 7 DEX: 7 CHR: 9.5 WORK: 7.1 INT: 7.8 END: 7.5
ALIGN: 65% Heel / STYLE: All-Around / FIN: Hollywood Blockbuster
Valets: Miley Vyrus and Taylor Switt

The crowd boos Chism as he raises his hands as if he’s just won an Academy Award.

Thunderbolt Smith: Stone Chism versus Jack from State Barn Insurance. We’ll have all the action right after these messages.




May 4th – Amarillo Civic Center / Amarillo, TX
May 10th – BMO Harris Bank Center / Rockford, IL
May 11th – MVWA 90 Joseph Gentile Center / Chicago, IL
May 12th – Grossinger Motors Arena / Bloomington, IL
May 18th – La Crosse Center / LaCrosse, WI
May 24th – Hyland Performance Arena / St. Charles, MO
May 25th – Charles Koch Arena / Wichita, KS
May 26th – Cook Center / Olathe, KS
June 30th – Pay Per View Show / Indiana Farmer’s Coliseum / Indianapolis, IN


Chism waistlocks. Jack spins. Chism snapmares him to the mat. Chinlock by Chism. Jack tries to power up. Chism pulls him into a corner and climbs up the turnbuckle. He does the ten punch combo until the the referee tells him to stop. Chism trash talks Jack and lariats him to the mat. Cover.



Jack kicks out.

Chism with an armlock. Jack tries to reverse but Chism rolls and uses a waistlock to throw Jack down. Cover.



Jack gets the shoulder up.

Thunderbolt Smith: Jack from State Barn is putting up a pretty good fight here.

Rick Hall: He is Thunderbolt but Stone Chism is outclassing him in the ring. He’s just too good.

Chism backs up and talks with both Vyrus and Switt. Both men circle again. This time Jack gets the waistlock. Chism immediately with the standing switch. Shift to headlock but Jack sends Chism to the ropes. Chism runs Jack over and runs the ropes again. Chism drop toeholds Jack and floats over to a headlock. Vyrus and Switt cheer him on but Jack fights his way back to his feet. Chism gets the arms and takes a headlock. Again, Jack powers out. Chism blocks the hip toss and reverses for spinning toehold. Jack back up. Body slam by Chism. Cover.



Jack reverses.



Chism kicks out. He immediately goes over to referee Brent Payson and complains about Jack pulling the tights.

Taylor Switt slips into the ring with her guitar, overfilled with white powder that leaks out of the opening. While Chism engages the referee in a debate over whether or not Jack pulled his tights, she comes up behind Jack and…


…white powder fills the air and covers a section of the ring when she breaks the guitar over his head.

Chism turns away from the referee and goes over to the fallen Jack.

Referee Payson notices the white powder on the mat.

Thunderbolt Smith: Brent’s wondering where all the white powder came from.

Rick Hall: You would think it would be easy. Look at the woman who used to have a guitar in her hand.

Chism pulls Jack back to his feet. Lift. Hold. Spikes him back down to the mat.

Thunderbolt Smith: There it is, the Hollywood Blockbuster!

Rick Hall: Stone Chism finally got tired of playing around and decided to put an end to the match.






Kimber Marshall re-enters the ring to make the final announcement.

WINNER: ‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism @ 7:04 (4:04 on television)

Thunderbolt Smith: Stone Chism with the victory here on MVW Sunday Night Wrestling.

Rick Hall: ‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ did what he wanted to do- keep his name out there for a possible title shot against Charlie Blackwell.

Corporate Sports(entertainment) Programming Nation interviewers Reese Anderson and Rebecca Morris has the Sports Entertainment Coalition’s ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson with them.

First question- what happened at MVWA 89?

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson: What happened at MVWA 89? You know damn well what happened at MVWA 89. Ray McAvay and Dawn McGill stole that belt away from me. I’m sure Charlie Blackwell had a big party after he conspired with McAvay and McGill to keep me and the SEC from winning the MVW Title.

Reese Anderson tries to ask another question but Dickinson rants on and declares that ‘it’s not over. This party has just started.’

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson: McAvay is just mad that ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams gave him and Rah the worst beating they’ve ever had at MVWA 89 and took the MVW Tag Team title belts from them. We beat you down like the dogs you are in front of your fans, your friends, and your family.

Rebecca Morris tries to get her question in but Dickinson ain’t stopping.

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson: You’ve only postponed the inevitable. Those tag belts aren’t coming back to you anytime soon. And I will be the next MVW Champion. Bank on it.

Dickinson stomps off leaving the CSPN interviewers in his wake.

MVW Backstage Interviewer Paige McGillicutty has William Daniels Bryan with him.

First question- WDB’s return from the broken leg.

Bryan responds that the rehab was tough and he got through it by imagining what he would do when he finally got his hands on MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell and the SEC.

William Daniels Bryan: Obviously, the fact that Blackwell split up with the SEC and the SEC has changed personnel since my injury has complicated my plans. But make no mistake Paige, I will get my payback on Charlie Blackwell and Mr. McMann for what they did to me.

Second question from Paige- getting a title shot when it looks like Bill Dickinson is blocking his way.

Bryan admits that he’s going to have to take care of Dickinson first before he can get to Blackwell.

William Daniels Bryan: I don’t care how big he is. I don’t care how rough and tough he thinks he is. He’s in my way and I am going to remove the big, fat obstacle and then go after Blackwell.

Last question- ‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism and ‘Starz N. Stripes’ Kevin Scott.

Bryan’s response. He respects them. But he’s won every three way match against Chism and Scott at the house show and feels he deserves the next title shot from Blackwell.

William Daniels Bryan: My focus is on taking care of Bill Dickinson and then taking care of some long overdue business with Charlie Blackwell.

Cut back to Thunderbolt and Hall.

Thunderbolt asks Hall about WDB and his crusade against Blackwell and the SEC.

Rick Hall: Thunderbolt, William Daniels Bryan is a man of pride. He’s still seething over what Blackwell and the SEC did to him- essentially taking him out of action for about six months. Don’t underestimate him. He’s got McAvay and the Les Miserables on his side to counter the numbers from the SEC.   Bryan certainly has the motivation to get past ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson and set his sights on Blackwell and the MVW Title.

Thunderbolt Smith: Back with more right after this.




Men’s Champion: ‘Charlie Wrestling’ Charlie Blackwell

#1 Contender: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson

William Daniels Bryan
‘Starz N. Stripes’ Kevin Scott
‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism

Women’s Champion: Christa Carmondy
#1 Contender:

‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot
‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan
Lisa Barbosa-Stevens
Yosemite Samantha

Tag Team Champions: Sports Entertainment Coalition-‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams
#1 Contender:
Rah and ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay
Corporate World Inc.: Kirk Walstreit and P.M.C. Banks
The Dork Dynasty: Leonard and Sheldon Robertson
Weapons of Mass Destruction: A. Tom Bomb and Hy Drogen Bomb
Truckin’ Average Company: Average Joe and Brad Company

Women’s Tag Team Champions: The Missouri Valley Fight Club-Harley Davisson and Carrieanne McDermott
#1 Contender:
‘Former Hooter’s Waitress’ C.J. Lewis and “Queen Cool” Leah Iris
The Korver Sisters: Kelly and Korey
‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan and Ninja Kitty
Angels of Death: Angel Scott and Angel Casey
Backman Taylor Powerdrive: Charlene Backman and Brianna Taylor

Heartland Champion: SNAFU
#1 Contender:
Jack Fraiser
‘Cowboy’ Dan Butler
Average Joe
Ashton Flowers


Thunderbolt sends it right to the ring for our next match.

MATCH #2- Lisa Barbosa-Stevens vs. Maxie Perry
Kimber Marshall introduces Maxie Perry. Perry warms up in the ring in her corner.

Then Kimber brings out Lisa Barbosa-Stevens.

*“What Have You Done Now?” – Within Temptation*

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens
AGE: ** / HT 6’0″ WT: 130 / HOME: Houston, TX
STR: 6.5 DEX: 7.4 CHR: 8.0 WORK: 8.4 INT: 7.8 END: 8.2
STYLE: All Around / FIN: Toxic Sting
MGR: Ted Tebow- Tim Tebow’s long lost black sheep brother no one ever knew he had.

Also coming out with Lisa.

BODYGUARDS: The Stevens Dynasty
Bo Stevens
HT: 6’ 1” WT: 234 / HOME: Waco, TX
George Stevens
HT: 6’ 5” WT: 445 / HOME: Texarkana, TX

Barbosa-Stevens, Tebow, Bo and George make their way to the ring.

Thunderbolt Smith: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens felt she was screwed over at MVWA 89 because referee Ron Martin was distracted by Carrigan’s manager E.J. Flack and didn’t see her pinning ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan in their match. Barbosa-Stevens then confronted Martin. Carrigan delivered a low blow to Barbosa-Stevens, spun her around, and hit the Canadian Destroyer for the win.

Rick Hall: Which is why Lisa brought her cousin and brother-in-law up north to allow her to concentrate on wrestling and to counter the addition of the Hanson Sisters to the SEC and E.J. Flack with Carrigan.


Collar and elbow tie up. Perry gets a waistlock to start. Lisa reverses to a hammerlock. She transitions to a snapmare. Whip to the ropes…back body drop. Cover.



Perry kicks out.

Barbosa-Stevens grinds out a facelock and drags Perry around the ring. Maxie rolls and trips up Lisa to get a toehold. Lisa works to pry herself free. Maxie drops to a shock cover.


Lisa gets the shoulder up.

Thunderbolt Smith: Nice move by Maxie Perry there.

Rick Hall: Maxie nearly caught Barbosa-Stevens napping.

Lisa and Perry circle again and tie up. Lisa knees Perry in the gut. Sunset flip by Lisa and she bridges for the pin.



Maxie rolls out.

Lisa with a headscissor takedown. Perry back up. She rushes forward but Barbosa-Stevens sidesteps her. Lisa pushes Perry to the ropes and then rolls her up.



Perry kicks out.

Lisa takes a headlock. Maxie powers out and whips Lisa to the ropes. Barbosa-Stevens comes back with a shoulder block. Headlock by Lisa. Whip to the ropes by Lisa…arm-drag takedown. Maxie back up. Lisa arm-drags her back down. Maxie charges forward. Lisa shows off her agility going Matrix to avoid Perry’s clothesline and springs back up. But Maxie catches her and tries to hip toss. Lisa sweeps the legs out. Cover.



Perry kicks out.

Lisa hooks the legs again. Cover.



Perry barely kicks out.

Lisa pounds the mat. Ted Tebow and Bo and George clap their hands and shout encouragement to her.

Thunderbolt Smith: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens is a little bit frustrated.

Rick Hall: She holds herself to a pretty high standard and probably thinks she should have won this by now. But again, Maxie is a long time MVW veteran and knows how to handle herself in the ring.

Maxie gets to a corner and drags herself up. The fans stand up and are loving this. Lisa skins the cat to the top rope and leaps and hits a double stomp. Maxie staggers forward. Lisa turns. Grabs the back of her neck. Drops.

Thunderbolt Smith: TOXIC STING!

Rick Hall: She finally got her finisher!






Kimber Marshall back in the ring.

WINNER: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens @ 4:00

Thunderbolt Smith: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens gets the win over Maxie Perry.

Paige McGillicutty climbs into the ring to interview her.

Paige asks Lisa about bringing her family up to MVW.

Lisa tells Paige that she is the best all-around wrestler in the company and she can’t get near a title shot.

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens: Sheline Carrigan has Coach E.J. Flack running interference for her. Yosemite Samantha had the Hanson Sisters backing her…well, until the SEC came in and poached them. The SEC has an army at their disposal. So I brought up from Texas a couple family members who’ll watch my back and let me be the best all-around wrestler in the company.

Paige asks Lisa about MVW Women’s Champion Christa Carmondy.

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens: Let me make this clear, Christa is a good wrestler. She’s a good champion. I am a better all-around wrestler. Period.

Last question- how soon does she expect to get the title back?

Lisa says the sooner the better.

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens: Now that I’ve got myself on equal footing with my rivals, my expectation is to get a title shot for MVWA 90 against Christa. I want to do my talking in the ring. But if someone tries to mess with me, remember this. You’re not just messing with Lisa Barbosa-Stevens, you’re messing with the entire Stevens family.

Cut back to Thunderbolt and Hall.

Thunderbolt Smith: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens with some thoughts on her Women’s title pursuit.

Rick Hall: I believe she is on a collision course with MVW Champion Christa Carmondy and it’s going to get real interesting when the Stevens Dynasty clashes with the SEC. Real interesting.

Thunderbolt Smith: Main event coming up right after these messages.




May 4th – Amarillo Civic Center / Amarillo, TX
May 10th – BMO Harris Bank Center / Rockford, IL
May 11th – MVWA 90 Joseph Gentile Center / Chicago, IL
May 12th – Grossinger Motors Arena / Bloomington, IL
May 18th – La Crosse Center / LaCrosse, WI
May 24th – Hyland Performance Arena / St. Charles, MO
May 25th – Charles Koch Arena / Wichita, KS
May 26th – Cook Center / Olathe, KS
June 30th – Pay Per View Show / Indiana Farmer’s Coliseum / Indianapolis, IN


Thunderbolt and Hall review the action over the weekend.
-In Owensboro, Kentucky Friday night, Yosemite Samantha ran down and attacked ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot during her match with Miley Vyrus causing Vyrus to be disqualified. Harlot gets the win.

Then Lisa Barbosa-Stevens races down with the Stevens Dynasty (George and Bo Stevens) as back up and challenges Yosemite Samantha to a match. Yosemite Samantha accepts and Barbosa-Stevens defeats Yosemite Samantha with the Toxic Sting

-Also in Owensboro, SNAFU with Coach E.J. Flack defeated Ashton Flowers with the Philadelphia Facebuster to retain the MVW Heartland title.

-In Carbondale, Illinois Saturday night, the SEC comes out with their new members, the Hanson Sisters. Mr. McMann complains again about ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay and Dawn McGill’s interference in the MVW title match at MVWA 89 that cost ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson the title. McMann then complains about Lisa Barbosa-Stevens bringing in her family to back her up. Barbosa-Stevens comes out with the Stevens Dynasty and things get a little tense. Then the SEC depart to the back.

-Also in Carbondale, MVW Women’s Champion Christa Carmondy (SEC) cuts a promo on Lisa Barbosa-Stevens and ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan. Yosemite Samantha then rushes the ring. She gets in a couple shots before the Hanson Sisters attack and destroys her. Yosemite Samantha gets stretchered out of the ring and taken to a hospital.

-And Missouri Valley Fight Club: Harley Davisson and Carrieanne McDermott defeated The Hanson Sisters: Andrea and Melissa to retain the MVW Women’s Tag Team title when McDermott pinned Melissa Hanson after hitting the Glasgow Handshake.

Thunderbolt Smith: Thanks to the Hanson Sisters brutal attack, Yosemite Samantha will be out for awhile.

Paige McGillicutty has the former MVW Champion and MVW Tag Team Champion ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay with him.

‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay
AGE: 38 / HT: 6’-3” WT: 215 HOME: Fort Stockton, TX
STR: 6.0 DEX: 6.7 CHR: 6.5 WORK: 9.4 INT: 6.9 END: 7.5
ALIGN: 65% Face / STYLE: Brawler-Technical / FIN: McGill Bomb

She asks him about what happened at MVWA 89.

McAvay first notes that he was whipped into the ropes during the tag title match and the lights went out.

Ray McAvay: Once I got back to the dressing room, Rah told me exactly what happened- Bill Dickinson nailed me with a steel chair. So, suffice to say when Dickinson’s match came along- the opportunity came along for me to get back at Dickinson and the SEC.

Question #2- any conversation with Charlie Blackwell before the match?

McAvay says absolutely none.

Question #3- future plans.

Ray McAvay: I’m still here. I’m not going anywhere.

*“Greed. Greed is good. Greed is…really, really good.”*

Corporate World Inc. in the ring. ‘King of Greed’ Gordon Guyko, his assistant Melissa, P.M.C. Banks, Kirk Walstreit.

Guyko takes aim at Mr. McMann and the Sports Entertainment Coalition for not cultivating and maxing out the talent of Banks and Walstreit and allowing them to reach their full potential.

Gordon Guyko: Now. With the proper leadership. With the proper financial backing. With the proper planning. P.M.C. Banks and Kirk Walstreit will once again return to the top of Missouri Valley Wrestling’s tag team division.

Walstreit parades around the ring holding up a velvet painting of ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit.

Guyko adds that the SEC, Ray McAvay and Rah, The Dork Dynasty, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and any other tag team had better get out of the way because the corporate steamroller is coming through and CWI’s balance sheet is about to explode.

Paige is backstage with the MVW Champion.

‘Charlie Wrestling’ Charlie Blackwell
AGE: 29 / HT: 6′ 4″  WT: 224 / HOME: Dallas, TX
STR: 6.5 DEX: 8.0 CHR: 8.5 WORK: 8.0 INT: 7.5 END: 9.4
ALIGN: 55% Face / STYLE: Technical-All Around / FIN: Katahajime

Paige asks Blackwell about what happened at MVWA 89.

Charlie Blackwell: Dave Miller cold-cocked me in the corner. I was pretty well knocked out. Dickinson went for the pin. Davey Keels didn’t make the count because he was making out with Dawn McGill on the ring apron. Then Ray McAvay ran down and knocked out Dickinson with his Big Bertha Driver. I rolled up Dickinson and that was that.

Paige follows up- no co-ordination with either McGill or McAvay?

Blackwell emphatically says no. He says he did not speak to either one before the match.

Charlie Blackwell: But I want to make this point. I don’t care. I’ve been on the wrong side of something like this before. I didn’t ask for help. I’m not going to complain. In my view, the SEC got what was coming to them.

Final question- next opponent.

Charlie Blackwell: I figure William Daniels Bryan still wants a piece of me and I’m going to have to face him sooner than later. WDB’s still mad about the time the SEC and me broke his leg and put him out of action.

Paige thanks Charlie and sends it back to Thunderbolt and Hall.

Thunderbolt Smith: We are ready for our main event. Let’s send it to Kimber Marshall in the ring.

MAIN EVENT: Corporate World Inc.-Kirk Walstreit and P.M.C. Banks vs. Weapons of Mass Destruction-A. Tom Bomb and Hy Drogen Bomb
Kimber is ready to roll.

Kimber Marshall: Tonight’s main event is a one fall…

Crowd: ONE fall.

Kimber Marshall: With a thirty minute time limit. Introducing first…

*“Greed. Greed is good. Greed is…really, really good.”*

Corporate World Inc.
MGR: ‘King of Greed’ Gordon Guyko
STR: 2.5 DEX: 6.5 CHR: 6.5 WORK: 9.0 INT: 8.8 END: 2.5
ALIGN: 90% Heel
ASST: Melissa
STR: 1.5 DEX: 6.5 CHR: 8.0 WORK: 9.0 INT: 8.5 END: 5.5
ALIGN: 50% Heel
P.M.C. Banks
AGE: 30 / HT: 6′ 1″  WT: 230 / HOME: New York City, NY
STR: 6.0 DEX: 7.5 CHR: 7.0 WORK: 7.0 INT: 8.3 END: 6.5
ALIGN: 75% Heel / STYLE: All-Around / FIN: Bank Statement Overdraft
Kirk Walstreit
– ‘
Wall Street Market Analyst with the Man Crush on ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit.’
AGE: 34 / HT: 6’ 2” WT: 220, HOME: New York City, NY
STR: 6.1 DEX: 6.5 CHR: 7.5 WORK: 7.0 INT: 8.2 END: 6.5
ALIGN: 70% Heel / STYLE: All-Around / FIN: Stock Market Plunge

Kimber Marshall: And their opponent.

Air raid sirens start going off.

Kimber Marshall: Accompanied by the ring by their kid sister Daisy Cutter-Bomb and a life size wooden statue of General George S. Patton carved out a hickory tree…

*“Hit Me Like a Bomb”- Third Day*

Weapons of Mass Destruction
A. Tom Bomb
AGE: 37 / HT: 6′ 3″  WT: 315 / HOME: Alamogordo, NM
STR: 9.5 DEX: 5.5 CHR: 5.0 WORK: 6.0 INT: 6.3 END: 7.9
ALIGN: 55% Heel / STYLE: Power-Brawler / FIN: Atomic Powerbomb
Hy Drogen Bomb
AGE: 35 / HT: 6′ 3″  WT: 320 / HOME: Alamogordo, NM
STR: 9.6 DEX: 5.5 CHR: 5.0 WORK: 7.0 INT: 6.0 END: 5.5
ALIGN: 65% Heel / STYLE: Power-Brawler / FIN: Hydrogen Powerbomb
MGR: Daisy Cutter-Bomb
AGE: 32 / HT: 5’9″ WT: 135 / Killeen, TX / FIN: Daisy Cutter Powerbomb
ALIGN: 60% Heel

Thunderbolt calls it a ‘big match.’

Thunderbolt Smith: Corporate World Inc. is aiming for the SEC. Weapons of Mass Destruction wants to get back there.

Rick Hall: A-Bomb and Banks have new life under the direction of Gordon Guyko. Can A-Bomb and H-Bomb break out of their recent funk?

Thunderbolt Smith: We’re about to find out.


A-Bomb and Walstreit circle.  Walstreit strikes first with an armdrag and twists A-Bomb’s arm.  A-Bomb powers out.  A-Bomb sends Walstreit into the ropes.  Walstreit ducks a clothesline and tries to sweep the leg. A-Bomb jumps and avoids.  Walstreit for a wristlock…A-Bomb blocks…Walstreit for an armdrag takedown…A-Bomb powers out again and it’s a stalemate.

Thunderbolt Smith: Walstreit is technically proficient and A-Bomb uses his power to counter.  Nice opening sequence.

Rick Hall: Classic battle of styles.

A-Bomb walks back to his corner tags in the bigger H-Bomb.  H-Bomb tries to pull Walstreit towards him but Walstreit spins away. Brief lock up in the middle of the ring.  H-Bomb whips Walstreit into the ropes…Walstreit hooks both arms over the top rope and stops.  A-Bomb drops down to the floor and grabs both legs.  H-Bomb charges in and drives him shoulder into Walstreit’s midsection.

Thunderbolt Smith: H-Bomb nearly folded Walstreit in half!

Rick Hall: Walstreit does not want to take much more of that or he’ll have a hell of a time breathing.

H-Bomb puts Walstreit’s arm over his shoulder and lifts him up in the air, upside down and perpendicular to the mat.  Daisy Cutter-Bomb cheers him as H-Bomb takes two steps towards the middle of the ring and falls back to the mat. Walstreit bounces six inches in the air after the impact.

Thunderbolt Smith: Vertical suplex by H-Bomb.

Rick Hall: Thunderbolt, WMD is serious tonight. They are on a mission.

H-Bomb covers.



Walstreit kicks out.

Walstreit rolls away and tags in P.M.C. Banks. Banks locks up right away with H-Bomb.  H-Bomb’s weight advantage wins out and he takes a side headlock.  H-Bomb releases the hold and clubs Banks in the back two times with an open hand.  H-Bomb reaches around Banks and lifts him for a belly to back suplex.  Banks back up just in time for H-Bomb to connect with an elbow smash to the face.  H-Bomb then runs forward and wraps his arm around Banks’s upper chest and neck and swings his legs forward.  The momentum pulls Banks down to the mat and he lands on his upper back.

Thunderbolt Smith: H-Bomb breaking out the power moves now. Nasty lariat takedown.

Rick Hall: Again, A-Bomb and H-Bomb are being very aggressive tonight.

At ringside, Gordon Guyko barks out instructions. Melissa the Assistant jots down notes and also exhibits concern.

A-Bomb is on the top rope.  He flies and lands a flying elbow.

Rick Hall: That’s just not fair. A big man like A-Bomb going airborne like that.

H-Bomb covers.



Banks kicks out.

H-Bomb tags A-Bomb back in. A-Bomb spears Banks and makes the cover.



Banks again kicks out.

Thunderbolt Smith: That was a nasty move by A-Bomb.

Rick Hall: Banks is going feel that one in the morning.

Banks dives to the corner and tags in Walstreit.

Thunderbolt Smith: So far, Weapons of Mass Destruction have negated Corporate World Inc’s technical superiority.

Walstreit walks in and reaches out a hand to A-Bomb.

Thunderbolt Smith: He’s not going for a test of strength.

Rick Hall: I hope not. It’ll be a short test.

A-Bomb takes the hand and armdrag takedown’s Walstreit.  Walstreit jumps right back up.  He charges…second armdrag takedown by A-Bomb.  Walstreit again up.  He feints a charge.  A-Bomb reaches forward.  Standing dropkick by Walstreit backs him up.  Banks on the top turnbuckle.  A-Bomb turns to face him.  He jumps and dropkicks A-Bomb as Walstreit takes out his legs.

Thunderbolt Smith: That’s a nice doubleteam move. I think they’ve stunned A-Bomb.

Rick Hall: This is the way Corporate World Inc. can win.

Walstreit hooks the legs.



A-Bomb propels Walstreit off of him.

Walstreit whips A-Bomb into their corner and tags Banks back in.  Banks lays in the chops.  One chop.  Two chops.  Three chops.  Banks takes the middle rope in each hand and propels herself forward shoulder first into A-Bomb’s midsection.  One.  Two.  Three times.  Banks tags Walstreit back in.  Walstreit on the top turnbuckle…he takes an inverted facelock and jumps over A-Bomb, flipping him over in the process.  Cover.


A-Bomb grabs the bottom rope.  Walstreit drops back to the middle of the ring.

Thunderbolt Smith: This is more like it for CWI. They’ve taken charge and have A-Bomb in trouble.

Rick Hall: Much better sequence in the past couple minutes by Walstreit and Banks.

A-Bomb and Walstreit meet.  Walstreit rakes the eyes.  Kick to the midsection.  He takes the arm and wrings it out.  Backhand chop.   Walstreit tags Banks back in and both send A-Bomb for the ride to the ropes. Double drop toe-hold sends A-Bomb face first to the mat.  Now Walstreit and Banks lift A-Bomb up…double Fireman’s Carry Slam.  The referee orders Walstreit out.  Banks locks in the front facelock and slips it into a chokehold.  The referee turns around and starts the count…1…2…3… Banks goes back to the front facelock.

Thunderbolt Smith: A-Bomb is in big trouble!

Rick Hall: H-Bomb is going nuts in his corner. Walstreit and Banks have isolated A-Bomb and they are wearing him down.

[Banks sways side to side and holds the facelock.  H-Bomb tries to slip back into the ring.  The referee stops him and as he escorts H-Bomb back out, Banks goes to a chokehold.  Daisy Cutter-Bomb jumps onto the ring apron and screams at the referee.

Thunderbolt Smith: Banks is choking out A-Bomb!

Rick Hall: The referee Davey Keels is hung up trying to keep H-Bomb out of the ring.  And he does not see Banks choking the hell out of A-Bomb.

Banks places A-Bomb in place and jumps, applies a front facelock in the air, swings, and falls backwards driving A-Bomb’s face into the canvas.





H-Bomb finally can’t take it anymore and charges the ring. He tackles referee Keels and prevents him from finishing the three count.

Thunderbolt Smith: H-Bomb breaks up the count.

H-Bomb then lifts Keels up and Hydrogen Power Bombs him to the mat.

Rick Hall: WHOA! H-Bomb just took out the referee.

Thunderbolt Smith: That’s got to be an automatic disqualification. He can’t do that.

H-Bomb then grabs Banks…lifts…Hydrogen Power Bomb.

Guyko is now going crazy at ringside. He tries to keep Walstreit from getting involved.

Thunderbolt reviews what just happened and states he believes Corporate World Inc. will be the winners of the match.

Thunderbolt Smith: We will see you next week.


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