MVWA 91 Recap


MVWA 91 Recap
JQH Arena
Springfield, MO
Saturday June 8th, 2019

With Commentary From: Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall

MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell and challenger William Daniels Bryan faced off for the second consecutive month before sixty-five hundred people as Missouri Valley Wrestling returned to Springfield, Missouri last night for MVWA 91.

Blackwell versus Bryan headlined the show. But there were other big time matches on the card. Christa Carmondy of the Sports Entertainment Coalition put her MVW Women’s title on the line against Lisa Barbosa-Stevens for the second straight month and Corporate World Inc. challenged The Sports Entertainment Coalition for the MVW Tag Team belts- also for the second month in a row.

Also on the card: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson took on ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay in a grudge match, ‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism took on rival ‘Starz N. Stripes’ Kevin Scott in a match with MVW Title considerations, and ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot met ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan faced each other for position in the MVW women’s division.

MATCH ONE-‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot vs. ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan

‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot
AGE: 33 / HT: 5′ 10″ WT: 118 / HOME: Magnolia, AR
STR: 7.8 DEX: 6.8 CHR: 7.0 WORK: 6.2 INT: 5.5 END: 6.5
ALIGN: 51% Heel / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: White Trash Compactor (Inverted Body Crunch)
VALETS: The White Trash Posse- Shayne and Jaxson

Sheline Carrigan ‘The Canadian Cyborg’
AGE: 25 / HT: 6’0″ WT: 145 / HOME: Vilbank, SK
STR: 9.3 DEX: 6.8 CHR: 6.0 WORK: 7.4 INT: 7.2 END: 7.6
ALIGN: 59% Face / STYLE: Power-Technical / FIN: Canadian Destroyer
MGR: Coach E.J. Flack

This was a battle between two women feeling slighted by MVW CEO Jill Berg’s decision to redo MVWA 90’s Women’s title match between champion Christa Carmondy and challenger Lisa Barbosa-Stevens. The winner of the match would gain a leg up on the other and perhaps put her in line to get a title shot against Carmondy.

Thunderbolt Smith: We’ve said this before but Lani Harlot has exhibited continuous improvement in the ring throughout her MVW career. It’s tempered her instinct to brawl with her opponent at every opportunity but it’s made her a viable and potentially dangerous opponent for any of the top wrestlers in MVW.

Rick Hall: Sheline Carrigan has lacked a spark ever since she dropped the title in 2017. Coach E.J. Flack has tried to rekindle that spark and has had some limited success in doing so. If he can do that, Carrigan can become a threat to whomever wins tonight’s Women’s title match.

What Happened?
Harlot came out and tried to turn the match into a back alley scrap to offset Carrigan’s natural power and technical ability. E.J. Flack implored his wrestler to show a little passion and fight back when the Queen of the Trailer Park fought dirty.

Harlot tried to keep Carrigan off her game but utilizing every trick in her repertoire to keep her from getting settled. Flack told Carrigan to be patient thinking the longer the match wore on, Carrigan’s power would be the difference maker in the match.

Turning Point?
Harlot got careless with a wild right hand and Carrigan stepped in a planted her with a nasty spinebuster. The Canadian Cyborg spent the next two minutes suplexing Harlot all over the ring like a ragdoll being casually tossed all about.

Harlot’s White Trash Posse Shayne and Jaxson tried to intervene but Carrigan punted both men in the balls and summarily dismissed them by tossing each man through the ropes to the floor.

Carrigan hit the Canadian Destroyer and hooked Harlot’s legs for the academic three count.

WINNER: ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan @ 12:40

Thunderbolt Smith: Much better from Carrigan.

Rick Hall: Yes. She showed some fire. She showed some passion. She got mad at Harlot and used the anger to fuel her devastating offensive attack to wipe out the Queen of the Trailer Park and get a critical win.


MATCH TWO- ‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism vs. ‘Starz N. Stripes’ Kevin Scott

‘Starz N. Stripes’ Kevin Scott
HT: 6′ 3″ WT: 250, HOME: Ottumwa, IA
ALIGN: 70% Face / STYLE: Technical / FIN: American Stars and Fujiawa Arm Bar

‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism
HT: 6′ 2″ WT: 225 / HOME: Hollywood, CA
ALIGN: 65% Heel / STYLE: All-Around / FIN: Hollywood Blockbuster

The battle between two ring veterans. Scott and Chism have been through the wars against each other before. They face each other at MVWA 91 needing a win to catapult them back into title contention in an increasingly stacked MVW Title race.

Thunderbolt Smith: Both Scott and Chism need a win. Period.

Rick Hall: This one’s pretty simple. A win puts either man back into the title discussion. These two are consummate professionals and very good technical wrestlers. This is about as even of a matchup as you’re going to see.

What Happened?
Scott and Chism have been burning it up on the house show circuit and they started up again where they left off. Both show off their technical prowess with lots of early chain wrestling and reversals. Scott looked for openings to slap on his American Stars and Fujiwara Arm Bar and Chism looked to drop the Hollywood Blockbuster at the first earliest chance. Wrestling chess match. Chism held the upper hand in the early going. Scott rallied back in the latter part of the match.

Turning Point?
Scott tried to slap on the American Stars and Fujuwara Arm Bar on Chism close to the ropes. Chism grabbed the ropes with his free hand and referee Ron Martin called for a break.

Scott broke the hold. Chism popped back up and slammed Scott into the corner turnbuckle.

Scott staggered forward. Chism lifted him up into a vertical position and spiked him with the Hollywood Blockbuster for the win.

WINNER: ‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism @ 16:53

Thunderbolt Smith: Nice match. A shame someone had to lose.

Rick Hall: Kevin Scott switched off for a split second after the rope break was called for and you can’t do that against a seasoned ring veteran like Stone Chism. Stone stunned him by whipping him into the corner turnbuckle and that set up the Hollywood Blockbuster. Big…BIG win for Stone Chism- his first signature win in Missouri Valley Wrestling.


MATCH THREE- ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson (SEC) vs. ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay (Deplorables)

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson “The 330 Pound Southern Brawler”
AGE: 37 / HT: 6′ 1″ WT: 330 / HOME: Troy, AL
ALIGN: 55% Heel / STYLE: Brawler-Power / FIN: High Crossbody into a Powerbomb
MGR: ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann
MGR #2: ‘Mouthpiece of the SEC’ Phil Finebaum
SEC: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson “The 330 Pound Southern Brawler”, ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller, ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams
VALET: Andrea, Melissa, and Charissa Hanson aka…The Hanson Sisters

‘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
VALETS: West Texas Adult Entertainment Legends Dark and Stormy
MGR: Bert the Janitor
DEPLORABLES: General DeBauchery, Al Cahall, Nic Koteen

Bill Dickinson interfered and cost Ray McAvay (and his tag partner Rah) MVW’s Tag Team title. McAvay retaliated. Relations between McAvay and Dickinson went to hell when Ray cost him a shot at the MVW title. Jill Berg finally booked the match to put their brouhaha to bed once and for all.

Thunderbolt Smith: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson’s march to the MVW title has taken a detour with his battle with Ray McAvay.

Rick Hall: Dickinson needs to put this behind him and the SEC needs to keep their hands off and let this feud end. He’s wasted way too much time diverting his attention away from the gold and I’m sure the SEC wants him to get back on the fast track to a title shot.

What Happened?
Following the elongated entrances- McAvay and the Deplorables took about five minutes to come down from their section to the ring and the SEC also took their sweet time coming out- McAvay and Dickinson began.

McAvay turned back the clock to 2016 and reminded the Missouri Valley Wrestling faithful just how good he was when he won the ICON title at High Octane Wrestling. His movement was fluid. He goaded Dickinson into wildly charging forward and flailing away into the air. McAvay gave him the wrestling lessons of wrestling lessons and frustrated the 330 Pound Southern Brawler to no end.

Turning Point?
Dickinson became completely unglued and recklessly waded in and allowed McAvay to hit counter-move after counter-move. The SEC kept thinking about running in but the Deplorables were waiting for them to make the move- they didn’t. Finally McAvay called for the Big Bertha Driver and Bert the Janitor supplied the golf club. McAvay whacked Dickinson with the club.

McAvay hit the McGill Bomb and hooked the leg to put Dickinson out of his misery.

WINNER: ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay @ 10:17

Dickinson snapped and procured a chair to wallop McAvay over the head with. He started stomping away at him. The Deplorables flooded the ring. The SEC raced into the ring. A brawl broke that took a couple minutes to break up.

McAvay did the stretcher job after order had been restored.

Thunderbolt Smith: Bad night for ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson. He’s not the undisputed king of the hill he was when he was the dominant Heartland champion.

Rick Hall: I think some of it stems from the extra pressure Dickinson’s put on himself wrestling for the SEC. When he was the Heartland champion, Dickinson didn’t have that weight hanging over his head and just wrestled. Now, it’s different.


MATCH FOUR-Millennial Mark’s Mannequin Challenge

Millennial Mark:
AGE: 22 / HT: 6’ 1” WT: 200 / HOME: Beachwood, OH
ALIGN: 55% Heel / STYLE: Jobber / FIN: Parent’s Basement Slam
MGR: Snowflake Suzie

Millennial Mark came out and said he was tired of losing matches and not getting the proper opportunities to advance. So he challenged a mannequin to a match.

Thunderbolt Smith: What?

Rick Hall: What. The hell?

What Happened?
Well? Someone showed up with a mannequin. So a match happened.

Turning Point?
See finisher.

Millennial Mark powerbombed the mannequin and made the cover.

Thunderbolt Smith: I thought the sight of Millennial Mark celebrating as if he’d won the title said it all.

Rick Hall: Yeah. Next?

MATCH FIVE/MVW TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH The Sports Entertainment Coalition: ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams © vs. Corporate World, Inc.: Kirk Walstreit and P.M.C. Banks

Sports Entertainment Coalition
‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller
AGE: 28 / HT: 6’ 0” WT: 240 / HOME: Columbus, GA
ALIGN: 65 % Heel / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Southern Cross
‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams
AGE: 42 / HT: 6’ 2” WT: 252 / HOME: Wemberly, TX
ALIGN: 75% Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Devil’s Triangle (Triangle Choke)
MGR: ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann
MGR #2: ‘Mouthpiece of the SEC’ Phil Finebaum
VALETS: Andrea, Melissa, and Charissa Hanson aka…The Hanson Sisters

Corporate World Inc.
P.M.C. Banks
AGE: 30 / HT: 6′ 1″ WT: 230 / HOME: New York City, NY
ALIGN: 75% Heel / STYLE: All-Around / FIN: Bank Statement Overdraft (Standing Tornado DDT)
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
ALIGN: 70% Heel / STYLE: All-Around / FIN: Stock Market Plunge
MGR: ‘King of Greed’ Gordon Guyko
ASST: Melissa

At MVWA 90, Walstreit hit the Stock Market Plunge on Miller and went for the pinfall. The referee didn’t see the pin because he was trying the shepherd the Hanson Sisters out of the ring. ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson snuck in and walloped Walstreit. That brought Banks in who decked Miller and ended up getting Corporate World Inc. disqualified.

Jill Berg re-booked the match for MVWA 91 citing the SEC’s interference in each of the three title matches at MVWA 90.

Thunderbolt Smith: Can Corporate World, Inc. take advantage of the second chance they’ve been given to them?

Rick Hall: Banks and Walstreit have a huge chip on their shoulder and they want to take the tag team belts from the SEC bad. It will be interesting to see what Mr. McMann does if Corporate World, Inc. has the upper hand and it looks like they may win the match.

What Happened?
As in MVWA 90, a motivated Banks and Walstreit come out with purpose and take the fight to Miller and Williams. The match swings back and forth as Miller and Williams gain traction with some good double-team work.

The SEC isolate Banks for a good five minute stretch. Walstreit finally gets the hot tag and clears the ring.

Turning Point?
Like at their match at MVWA 90, Dickinson returned late to ringside and the Hanson Sisters started up with referee Brent Payson. Things became chaotic. Walstreit hit the Stock Market Plunge on Miller and hooked the legs. Payson was busy jawing with the Hanson Sisters. Dickinson started to climb into ring again to intervene but Ray McAvay’s Deplorables ran in and pulled him right back out.

Walstreit hit a second Stock Market Plunge on Miller. The Deplorables kept Williams and the Hansons at bay and Walstreit got the three count. New champions!

WINNER AND NEW MVW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Corporate World, Inc. @ 11:19

McMann can’t believe what just happened.

Thunderbolt Smith: Well? Corporate World, Inc. must have made a deal with the Deplorables to help them out.

Rick Hall: You think? Good move on their part.

MATCH SIX/MVW WOMEN’S TITLE MATCH- Christa Carmondy © (SEC) vs. Lisa Barbosa-Stevens

Christa Carmondy (Sports Entertainment Coalition)
AGE: 29 / HT: 5′ 9″ WT: 150 / HOME: St. Louis, MO
STR: 7.3 DEX: 7.2 CHR: 8.5 WORK: 7.2 INT: 8.5 END: 8.1
ALIGN: 66% Heel / STYLE: All-Around-Technical / FIN: Mean Girl Crush
MGR: ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann
MGR #2: ‘Mouthpiece of the SEC’ Phil Finebaum
VALETS: Andrea, Melissa, and Charissa Hanson aka…The Hanson Sisters

Lisa Barbosa-Stevens
AGE: ** / HT 6’0″ WT: 130 / HOME: Houston, TX
ALIGN: 55% Face / STYLE: All Around / FIN: Toxic Sting
MGR: Ted Tebow- Tim Tebow’s long lost black sheep brother no one ever knew he had.
BODYGUARDS: The Stevens Dynasty-Bo and George Stevens

Last month at MVWA 90, the SEC’s Christa Carmondy had an ‘off night’ and Lisa Barbosa-Stevens looked like she was on her way to becoming a two time MVW Women’s champion when she dropped Carmondy with the Toxic Sting. McMann sent The Hanson Sisters hit the ring to attack Barbosa-Stevens and the referee disqualified Carmondy.

Thunderbolt Smith: Can Lisa Barbosa-Stevens replicate what she did last month?

Rick Hall: Christa had a bad night at MVWA 90. She’s a lot better than that and we’ll see if Carmondy comes back with a better effort at MVWA 91.

What Happened?
Carmondy came out fired up. Barbosa-Stevens came out red hot. Barbosa-Stevens grounds the action. Christa tries to fight to her feet but Barbosa-Stevens keeps her on the mat. The women’s champion finally rallies and hits a series of sling blades on Barbosa-Stevens. Christa goes for the Mean Girl Crush but Barbosa-Stevens slips out the back door.

Turning Point?
The SEC’s ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams, already pissed off about losing their belts earlier in the night, race out to try and attack the Stevens Dynasty. That proves to be a bad idea when Bo and George Stevens destroy them.

In the confusion, Barbosa-Stevens hits the Toxic Sting on Carmondy. Referee Ron Martin makes the count but the Hanson Sisters pull him out of the ring and knock him out with hockey stick shots. Barbosa-Stevens becomes irate and pulls Carmondy up a second time and hits another Toxic Sting. She flips off Christa and leaves with Tebow, Bo and George Stevens.

WINNER VIA DQ: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens @ 12:38- Christa Carmondy retains the Women’s title

Thunderbolt Smith: Well? You might as well book Barbosa-Stevens and Carmondy for the pay per view.

Rick Hall: The SEC epically failed on this one. And yeah, I see Jill Berg booking this one in a heartbeat.



After the match, an angry MVW CEO Jill Berg walked out to the ring and announced that she had kicked the SEC out of the building.

Jill Berg: There will be a winner in the next match.


MAIN EVENT/MVW TITLE MATCH- Charlie Blackwell © vs. William Daniels Bryan

‘Charlie Wrestling’ Charlie Blackwell (Texas Strangers)
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
RINGSIDE: ‘Cowboy’ Dan Butler and ‘Texas Cowgirl’ Haley Dallas

‘The Prairie Populist’ William Daniels Bryan (Deplorables)
-3 time PCW Champion. Former PCW Television Champion
AGE: 35 / HT: 5’10″ WT: 180 / HOME: Platte, Nebraska
STR: 6.0 DEX: 7.5 CHR: 5.5 WORK: 9.1 INT: 8.8 END: 9.5 (9.0-due to return from injury)
ALIGH: 80% Face / STYLE: Technical-Scientific / FIN: Cattle Mutilation/Crane Kick
DEPLORABLES: General DeBauchery, Al Cahall, Nic Koteen

At MVWA 90, The SEC, who had issues with both Blackwell and Bryan, stormed the ring late and steamrolled Blackwell. Bryan got tossed over the top rope which left Blackwell to fend off Dickinson, Miller, and Williams.

Blackwell lost the numbers game and the SEC went to try and break his leg- just like they’d done to Bryan six months before. ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay from the Deplorables and Blackwell’s Texas Stranger’s running mate ‘Cowboy’ Dan Butler came out to make the save. McAvay knocked Dickinson silly with a Big Bertha Driver shot to the head. Butler and Miller brawled. Blackwell and Williams brawled.

Thunderbolt Smith: This will come down to one question- is William Daniels Bryan back to full strength?

Rick Hall: Even if WDB is back one hundred percent, I think Charlie Blackwell has passed him by. Charlie is wrestling at a much higher level over the six months than he’s ever done in the past. He is in really good physical condition and I think that on a level playing field Blackwell prevails. It’s not going to be easy, but I think he wins.

What Happened?
Bryan came in much better shape than at MVWA 90 and matched Blackwell move for move. Both guys went for their finishers early and avoided each other’s submission moves. Then Blackwell and Bryan both whiffed on dropkicks and kipped back up for the respectful staredown. Blackwell probably held a slight edge in the early going as WDB still has a little ring rust to shake off. But the longer the match went on, the more Bryan settled in.

Turning Point?
Bryan’s stamina began to fail him at the twenty-three minute mark and allowed Blackwell to begin to string together moves. While the Deplorables did their best to try to keep Bryan going, Blackwell started to set up the Prairie Populist for the end.

After grounding Bryan in the middle of the ring, Blackwell slapped on the Katahajime and the exhausted challenger has to tap out.

WINNER AND STILL MVW CHAMPION: Charlie Blackwell @ 27:19

Thunderbolt Smith: WDB is about ninety-five percent back. The problem is, as Rick pointed out earlier, Charlie Blackwell is running at about one hundred and twenty-five percent of where he was two years ago.

Rick Hall: I thought Bryan looked much better. The match got off to a quick start and then the pace slowed from there. Blackwell and Bryan slowly ramped up the tempo to build to something better later on- but that played right into Blackwell’s hands. Bryan ran out of gas late. Blackwell is just at a different level right now and he retains the title.

Post-match staredown between both men. Finally, Charlie offered a hand. Bryan paused and thought about it for nearly a minute. Then he shook Blackwell’s hand and raised the champions arm in victory.

‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan defeated ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot
‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism defeated ‘Starz N. Stripes’ Kevin Scott
‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay (Deplorables) defeated ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson (SEC)
Millennial Mark won the Mannequin challenge.
Corporate World, Inc.: Kirk Walstreit and P.M.C. Banks defeated The Sports Entertainment Coalition: ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams (SEC) to win the MVW Tag Team Title.
Lisa Barbosa-Stevens defeated Women’s Champion Christa Carmondy (SEC) by DQ-Carmondy retains the title
MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell (Texas Strangers) defeated William Daniels Bryan (Deplorables) to retain the title.

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