8/5-Wrestling Night in the Heartland Presents: MVWA 92


Missouri Valley Wrestling
Wrestling Night in the American Heartland
Special 90 Minute Show
Monday August 5th, 2019
Taped August 3rd at MVWA 92
Peoria Civic Center
Peoria, Illinois

Announcer: Johnny Suave
Backstage Interviewer: Kirsten Canfield

A near capacity crowd stand and make a lot of noise.

Standing in the ring all by himself- Johnny Suave, pinch-hitting for Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall. Next to him, a life-size cardboard cut-out of Shania Twain.

Suave and Shania
Johnny Suave and lifesize cardboard cut-out of Shania Twain

Johnny Suave: HELL-LO! And welcome to a special ninety-minute edition of Wrestling Night in the American Heartland on our NEW night, Monday night! Tonight, we are at the Redbird Arena in Peoria, Illinois for MVWA 92- the FINAL MVWA show.

Suave pauses for applause.

Johnny Suave: I am Johnny Suave. This hot piece of cardboard is Shania Twain. Tonight, we bring you five matches. Two title matches. Three number one contender’s matches. We’re not going to mess around tonight. Here’s the card.

Women’s Tag Team Title Match
The Missouri Valley Fight Club: Harley Davisson and Carrieanne McDermott ©
Angels of Death: Angel Scott and Angel Casey

Heartland Title Match
Jack Fraiser with his Oootlander Blaire Rendell ©
Ultratron-5.1 with Delaney Foster and Matt- the Backstage Technician

#1 Contender (Tag Team Title) Match
The Deplorables: Rah- the Sunshine God and ‘Red Solo Cup’ Ray McAvay
The Southern Boys: ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams
The Kings of Old School: Bobby Ricky Michaels and Marty Gibson-Lane with Jackson C. Horne

#1 Contender (Women’s Title) Match
Christa Carmondy
‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan with Coach E.J. Flack

#1 Contender (Men’s Title) Match
‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson of the Southern Boys
William Daniels Bryan

Johnny Suave: We’re not going to waste any more time. Let’s get to the action.

The Missouri Valley Fight Club © vs. Angels of Death
The match is joined in progress…

Angels of Death
Angel Casey “Ms. Lethal Weapon”
AGE: 36 / HT: 5’ 6” WT: 115 / HOME: Portales, NM
STR: 4.5 DEX: 9.4 CHR: 5.5 WORK: 8.0 INT: 8.0 END: 7.2
ALIGN: 51% Face / STYLE: High Flyer / FIN: Angel Death Drop
Angel Scott “The Terminatrix”
AGE: 37 / HT: 5’ 11” WT: 167 / HOME: Morgantown, WV
STR: 8.4 DEX: 5.2 CHR: 5.0 WORK: 7.9 INT: 6.8 END: 5.5
ALIGN: 51% Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Angel Death Drop

Missouri Valley Fight Club
Carrieanne McDermott
AGE: 32 / HT: 5′ 9″ WT: 138 / HOME: Glasgow, Scotland
STR: 5.8 DEX: 7.8 CHR: 5.0 WORK: 8.2 INT: 7.2 END: 7.5
ALIGN: 60% Face / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Glasgow Kiss or Indian Death Lock
Harley Davisson
AGE: 33 / HT: 5′ 10″ WT: 129 / HOME: Omaha, NE
STR: 8.0 DEX: 5.8 CHR: 4.0 WORK: 9.2 INT: 5.8 END: 6.0
ALIGN: 60% Heel / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Kick Start

What Happened?
Davisson brawls with Scott on the floor. In the ring, McDermott and Casey trade off technical moves and counters. Referee Ron Martin tries to keep the legal women in the ring while keeping an eye on Davisson and Scott on the outside.

McDermott charges forward. Casey defends with a high boot and runs the ropes. McDermott lands an elbow-Casey spins around and hits another kick. McDermott is spun around. She drops down and drop toeholds Casey to the mat. Casey back up. McDermott runs the ropes. Casey ducks under the clothesline. Stops. Turns. And unloads a missile dropkick that snaps McDermott’s head back. McDermott loses it. Charges. Casey back bodydrops her to the ring apron. McDermott lands on her feet and grabs Casey by the neck and drops to the floor slingshotting Casey halfway across the ring.

Later on, Scott and Davisson continue their brawl inside the ring. Right by Scott. Right by Davisson. Scott. Davisson. Scott. Davisson. Davisson. Davisson. Scott staggers back towards the wrong corner. McDermott gets in a shot. Davisson with another right hand. Scott falls forward face first to the mat. Cover. 1…2…Casey leaps from the top turnbuckle and breaks up the pinfall.

Turning Point?
Later on, after another wild exchange of punches and with Referee Ron Martin on the verge of throwing the whole match out, Davisson again runs the ropes and races forward towards Scott. Scott is being held against the ropes by McDermott in the MVFC corner. Davisson launches herself forward. Scott back kicks McDermott and drops to a sitting position. Scott also pulls the top rope down with her. Davisson flies over the top rope and makes contact with McDermott before she makes a very hard landing on the floor.   Martin signifies a tag’s been made and McDermott is told to come into the ring.

Davisson lies on her back on the floor- dazed and completely out of it.

With Davisson incapacitated, Scott hiptosses McDermott over the top rope into the ring. She climbs back in- pulls McDermott up- and whips her across the ring into the ropes. Casey gets in position on the top rope. Scott lifts McDermott- Casey takes her behind the neck and drives her to the mat- ANGEL DEATH DROP!

Scott makes the cover.



THREE- NEW CHAMPIONS! Martin calls for the bell and into the ring comes Kimber Marshall to make it all neat and tidy.

WINNER AND NEW MVW WOMEN’S TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Angels of Death @ 16:25 (edited to 7:00 for television)

Martin hands the title belts to Scott and Casey. Both women fall to their knees- exhausted after a hard hitting, bruising match with the former champions.


The new Women’s tag team champs raise the belts in the air. At ringside, both Davisson and McDermott clap as a sign of respect to the new champions. Davisson mouths “We’ll be back!” before she and McDermott head to the dressing room.

Cut to Suave and ‘Shania’ at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: So. The Missouri Valley Fight Club’s grip on the women’s tag team title ends after just over five months. Your new champions are now the SIX time MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions- Angels of Death.

Corporate Sports(Entertainment) Programming Nation CEO Mark Splitter appears on the stage.

Johnny Suave: Whoa. We have not seen hide or hair from Mark Splitter since this took place.

(REPLAY: From the American Heartland PPV- CSPN Terminates the SEC Contract)

Splitter demands a microphone. Kimber throws one at him…no, literally throws it at Splitter.

Mark Splitter: This is not acceptable. McMann? You told me you brought in elite talent.

McMann just stands there and does not respond.

Mark Splitter: First, ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson failed and got into a war with an insignificant wrestler instead of focusing on his job- winning the MVW Title. Then, the three women you promised me were ‘diamonds in the rough’ in the women’s tag team title division- the Hansons- proved they weren’t ready for prime time tonight. The tag team you assured me would run roughshod over the tag division, Miller and Williams, lost to a pair of wrestlers who couldn’t cut it in the SEC- twice. And then, last but not least, finally this debacle involving Christa Carmondy losing the women’s title to an inferior wrestler- someone who also couldn’t hang with the elite wrestlers who were supposedly in the SEC.   Mr. McMann, you promised champions and right now, the SEC has no wrestlers who can call themselves champion. So, I’m sorry but I have no other choice here. Mr. McMann, CSPN CANCELS the SEC!

Mark Splitter: Ladies and gentlemen. Vis a vis the recent MVW CEO opening. I’d like to announce right here that I intend to pursue this position. I am the CEO from CSPN- the worldwide corporate forerunner in sports entertainment. With me as MVW CEO, a partnership with CSPN will not only underscore MVW’s position of a young, growing wrestling company, it will magnify it.

Dead silence from the crowd.

Mark Splitter: Sports entertainment has been in our DNA for years and it’s hard not to figure out why CSPN would want to be associated with the MVW- given the quality of programming that Missouri Valley Wrestling has produced. We are looking forward to helping the MVW truly become the top minor league wrestling company in the world. Thank you.

Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk:

Johnny Suave: Well, CSPN CEO Mark Splitter ladies and gentlemen. We’ll be back with more Wrestling Night from the Heartland right after these messages.




August 16th– Effingham Performance Center / Effingham, IL
August 17th – Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN
August 18th – Martinsville High School Gym / Martinsville, IN
August 24th – Vadalabene Center / Edwardsville, IL
August 30th – Vilaero Event Center / Kearney, NE
August 31st – Qwest Center / Omaha, NE
September 1st – Eihusen Arena / Grand Island, NE
September 7th – Silverstein Eye Centers Arena / Independence, MO
September 13th – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, Indiana
September 14th – Redbird Arena / Normal, Illinois
September 15th – David S. Palmer Arena / Danville, Illinois




Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: Now, let’s go back to earlier in the night and what went down during the Heartland Title match. Jack Fraiser defending the belt against ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ Ultratron-5.1.

(REPLAY: MATCH TWO/HEARTLAND TITLE MATCH-Jack Fraiser © vs. ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ Ultratron-5.1)

AGE: ? / HT: 5’ 10″ WT: 200 / HOME: Parts Unknown
ALIGN: 99% Heel / STYLE: All-Around / FIN: The Disintegrator (modified F-5)
MGR: Delaney Foster and Matt- the Backstage Technician

Jack Fraiser
AGE: 24 / HT: 6”3” WT: 205 / HOME: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
ALIGN: 57% Face / STYLE: All Around / FIN: Canadian National Railaway
Valet: ‘Oootlander’ Blaire Rendell

What Happened?
Late in the match, Fraiser sits Ultratron-5.1 on the top turnbuckle- climbs up- and starts whaling away on the ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine.’ Then he steps up to the top- takes a side headlock on the challenger- and jumps back dropping Ultratron-5.1 face first to the mat. Fraiser begins to go for the cover but-

Turning Point?
Ultratron-5.1’s valet Delaney Foster has draped Fraiser’s Oootlander Blaire Rendell over the steel barricade and slapped on the figure four leglock causing severe pressure on the Oootlander’s knee.

Fraiser stands up and goes over to the ropes. It looks like he is about climb out of the ring to come to her rescue but then Ultratron-5.1 blasts him from behind.

Ultratron-5.1 lifts Fraiser up- face-up across both shoulders- falls sideways- flips Fraiser’s legs over with the other- drives them down to the mat face-first.







Referee Davey Keels calls for the bell.


WINNER AND NEW HEARTLAND CHAMPION: ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ Ultratron-5.1 @ 9:49 (edited to 2:30 for television)

Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: So. ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ does it. Ultratron-5.1 is the NEW MVW Heartland champion. All right. Two matches in. Two new champions. We’ve got some number one contender’s matches for you coming up but first, let’s go to backstage interviewer Kirsten Canfield. Kirsten?

Kirsten has ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann with her backstage with the MVW logo hanging up on the wall behind them as a backdrop.

Kirsten Canfield: Mr. McMann. Your thoughts on your former colleague and CEO of CSPN Mark Splitter declaring himself a candidate to become the next MVW CEO?

McMann chuckles.

Mr. McMann: Predictable, Kirsten. Predictable. You see, Mark Splitter can barely run his so-called elite network. How does anyone in their right mind think he can handle the responsibility of running this wrestling company?

Kirsten Canfield: You don’t think that running a large scale sports empire doesn’t qualify him to take on the MVW CEO job?

Mr. McMann: Kirsten, what wrestling background does he have? None. Is he a sports entertainment genius like me? No.

Kirsten Canfield: You’re probably right there.

Mr. McMann: Probably right? Kirsten, I’m confident that when Jill Berg, Jason Carmondy, and whomever else is making this – very important decision that will affect MVW for years to come – will see through whatever Mark Splitter is offering and make the right call for the future.

Kirsten Canfield: And this has nothing to do with the fact that Mark Splitter kicked your faction – the SEC – off of CSPN.

Mr. McMann: Of course not. Even though I would say that the fact he did kick the SEC off CSPN proves that his decision making is not that good.

Kirsten Canfield: Thank you Mr. McMann. Back to you Johnny.

Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: Interesting comments there from Mr. McMann. Kimber Marshall is in the ring and it is time for our next match. Kimber?

MATCH THREE/#1 CONTENDERS MATCH FOR THE TAG TEAM TITLE: The Deplorables vs. The Southern Boys vs. The Kings of Old School
Kimber is in the ring and ready to go.

Kimber Marshall: Ladies and gentlemen. Our next match is a tag team elimination match with one fall…(pause)…

Crowd: ONE fall!

Kimber Marshall: …with the winner becoming the new number one contender for the tag team titles. Introducing team number one.

Kimber is interrupted by a man dressed in an expensive suit and bow-tie who’s just climbed into the ring.  He elbows her out of the way and gestures for Kimber to take a temporary powder because he’s the one who’s been given the honor and privilege of introducing a living deity.

Announcer Guy: Hit it!

Over the loudspeaker, a buzzing synth sound blares and the announcer guy raises the microphone to his mouth.

Announcer Guy (in a voice not unlike Michael Buffer): Ladies and gentlemen. I present to you the almost universally-worshipped king of the sun gods of all creation. He commands the chariot that rode across the sky during the day. He is the great, fiery globe in the sky, a welcome, nurturing presence to honor the season. He is the inspiration for those who would throw virgins into the gaping maw of a volcano – perhaps an Icelandic volcano – even though such shenanigans haven’t been acceptable since the 1950s. And just for your reference, he is, for 33 years in a row, proven to be one of UC San Diego‘s most enduring traditions in the Sun God festival- an all-day music festival celebrated by more than 20,000 students, alumni and friends. But that’s not important.

He pauses and looks out at the crowd as the lights turn off.  A small spotlight illuminates the ramp where the BeachBronze Suntan Bikini Girls are standing.

The bikini girls pose on the ramp.  Then two large, hulking men carry out a golden sedan chair holding a six foot eight inch, two hundred and eighty pound man dressed in long flowing robes inside.

Announcer Guy: Either way, you should thank your lucky stars and kiss his royal ass for gracing you with his presence here tonight. I give to you…the reason the Earth doesn‘t float away in the vastness of space…the reason it’s eighty degrees outside and not minus four hundred and fifty-nine point six seven…and the reason Brian Wilson wrote all those great songs…ladies and gentlemen…bow down before the Sunshine God…

Rah’s friend and middle-aged folk singer Happy Mango follows strumming a guitar along with the omnipresent Bob Nye- Foot Fetish Guy.


Rah!: The Sunshine God
Motivational speaker by day.  Pseudo inspirational deity complete with eclectic entourage by night.
AGE: 36 / HT: 6’ 8” WT: 295 HOME: San Diego, CA
STR: 8.8 DEX: 4.0 CHR: 9.2 WORK: 5.2 INT: 5.8 END: 5.8
ALIGN: 80% Face / STYLE: Power / FIN: Eye of RAHHHHHHH!
Rah’s Followers: Happy Mango, Bob Nye- Foot Fetish Guy, The BronzeBeach Suntan Bikini Girls

The procession stops at the ring steps. Rah climbs out of his golden sedan chair and prepares to climb into the ring.

Kimber rips the microphone back from Rah’s announcer guy so she can continue with the introductions.

‘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.

The camera zooms in on General DeBauchery.

Gen. DeBauchery: You probably heard we ain’t in the take no prisoner-takin’ business like usual wrasslers; we in the killin’ brewskis business…

General DeBauchery takes a bottle of beer and chugs it down.

Gen. DeBauchery: And cousin, Business is a-boomin.

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 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

The rest of the introductions go much quicker.

Kimber Marshall: Now, team number two…

“Everlong” – Foo Fighters

The Southern Boys
‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller
AGE: 28 / HT: 6’ 0” WT: 240 / HOME: Columbus, GA
STR: 8 DEX: 7.0 CHR: 6.5 WORK: 7.4 INT: 6.8 END: 6.5
ALIGN: 65 % Heel / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Southern Cross

Miller walks out to the stage and greets ‘Redenck’ Bill Dickinson to a chorus of boos. He extends a middle finger salute in response.

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

‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams
AGE: 42 / HT: 6’ 5” WT: 252 / HOME: Wimberley, TX
STR: 8.5 DEX: 5.5 CHR: 5.0 WORK: 8.4 INT: 6.8 END: 6.5
ALIGN: 75% Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Devil’s Triangle (Triangle Choke)
GROUP: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson “The 330 Pound Southern Brawler”

Williams comes out next. He fist bumps Miller and Dickinson on the stage and then the trio walk to the ring.

Kimber Marshall: And then, team number three!

Legendary manager Jackson C. Horne comes out first holding up his golden cornet.

Horne holds the musical instrument for everyone to see while he heads down to the ring. He slides into the ring and goes right up to Kimber.

He asks for the microphone. She obliges.

Jackson C. Horne: Ladies and gentlemen! My name is Jackson C. Horne. I am proud to introduce to you the world’s greatest tag team- please welcome- BOBBY RICKY MICHAELS. MARTY GIBSON-LANE. The KINGS OF OLD SCHOOL!

Kings of Old School
Bobby Ricky Michaels
AGE: 43 / HT: 6’ 1″ WT: 237 / HOME: San Antonio, TX
STR: 6.5 DEX: 8.0 CHR: 7.5 WORK: 7.0 INT: 6.5 END: 7.4
ALIGN: 51% Heel / STYLE: All-around / FIN: King’s Landing (Rollins finisher)
Marty Gibson-Lane
AGE: 44 / HT: 6’ 3″ WT: 245 / HOME: Memphis, TN
STR: 7.6 DEX: 5.0 CHR: 6.5 WORK: 7.0 INT: 6.0 END: 7.4
ALIGN: 52% Heel / STYLE: All-around / FIN: Gut Check
Manager: Jackson C. Horne
Group: The Foul Pole

Michaels and Gibson-Lane run out. They race down the aisle towards the ring.

Horne hands the microphone back to Kimber and follows his charges to the ring.

Johnny Suave: The last team these three teams met, The Kings and Southern Boys couldn’t keep their hands off one another and eventually they got themselves counted out handing the win to the Deplorables- McAvay and Rah. Don’t see that happening tonight. There’s too much riding on this match and I know the Southern Boys want that tag team title back from Corporate World, Inc. We’ve got the match right after this.




August 16th– Effingham Performance Center / Effingham, IL
August 17th – Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN
August 18th – Martinsville High School Gym / Martinsville, IN
August 24th – Vadalabene Center / Edwardsville, IL
August 30th – Vilaero Event Center / Kearney, NE
August 31st – Qwest Center / Omaha, NE
September 1st – Eihusen Arena / Grand Island, NE
September 7th – Silverstein Eye Centers Arena / Independence, MO
September 13th – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, Indiana
September 14th – Redbird Arena / Normal, Illinois
September 15th – David S. Palmer Arena / Danville, Illinois




Cut back to Johnny Suave at the broadcast desk.

The Deplorables vs. The Southern Boys vs. The Kings of Old School (continued)
Referee Brent Payson checks both teams and then calls for the bell.


Johnny Suave: We are under way!

What Happened- First Fall?
McAvay, Michaels, and Miller to start. McAvay stays in his corner and waits to see what happens. Unlike their last match where they went after each other from the opening bell, Michaels and Miller also do the same- eventually forcing McAvay to engage.

McAvay seems a step slow throughout the match so he tags in Rah who comes in and cleans house with a pair of devastating Solstice Slams. Gibson-Lane and Williams also tag in and all three men have a three minute hoss battle before Rah tires and brings back McAvay. The action ramps up as all three lock up and work to the ropes. Payson calls for a break. Williams doesn’t want a clean break and sneaks in right hands to both McAvay and Gibson-Lane. Gibson-Lane gets tossed and Williams grounds the action with McAvay. They work counters and trade arm drags. Gibson-Lane back in. All three work more counters and end in a stand off.

Michaels and Miller back in. Miller dumps Michaels out of the ring and goes after McAvay. The Southern Boys manager Jackson C. Horne goes ballistic and throws a chair in. McAvay tries to take advantage and runs the ropes.

Turning Point- First Fall?
Shockingly, long time Deplorable General DeBauchery takes a chair and blasts McAvay with it. McAvay staggers forward. Miller drop toeholds him into the chair and hits the power bomb.

Finish- First Fall?
Miller pulls McAvay back up. Lift. Miller hits his finisher- Southern Cross





The Deplorables are eliminated at 10:17 (edited to 3:00 for television)

What Happened- Second Fall?
The crowd, still stunned by General DeBauchery’s treachery, now realize it’s down to the Southern Boys versus the Kings of Old School. A huge roar erupts and Miller charges in and attacks right away. Michaels dumps Miller and follows. He whips Miller to the barricade. He follows with uppercuts and sends him to the barricade again. Williams makes it over and chokes Michaels out. ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson pulls out a table and sets up to assist the Southern Boys. Williams lays the boots to Michaels. Gibson-Lane fires up and attacks Williams from behind. Gibson-Lane then gets decked by Dickinson who pummels him with right hands. The Foul Pole gets involved to assist the Kings. The Foul Pole winds up and unloads. He misses Dickinson’s stomach and punches him square in the balls. Michaels follows with a clothesline.

Finally back in the ring, Gibson-Lane and Williams battle. Gibson-Lane stuns him off the ropes and follows with a DDT. He hits another DDT and covers…1…2 Williams kicks out. He tags Miller back in. Sling blade by Gibson-Lane. He covers…1…2…Williams makes the save and they spill back out to the floor.

Turning Point- Second Fall?
Williams whips Gibson-Lane to the barricades and then posts him. He’s down to a knee. The Foul Pole follows with uppercuts. Williams avoids and fires back. He throws The Foul Pole over the barricade deep into the crowd. He then posts the knee of Gibson-Lane on the steel barricade.

Referee Brent Payson starts a count. Gibson-Lane can barely move. Miller is in the ring and waiting.

Horne tries to sneak in and attack Miller. He gets caught when General DeBauchery double axe handles Horne from behind and Miller makes him pay. Piledriver leaves Horne in a heap in the middle of the ring.

Payson hits five.

Finisher- Second Fall?
Gibson-Lane tries to stand. His knee gives out and he falls to the floor.

Payson reaches ten and calls for the bell.

Kimber Marshall climbs into the ring.

WINNER: The Southern Boys (‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller and ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams @ 15:09 (total edit down to 6:00)

The Southern Boys celebrate in the ring with their new recruit- General DeBauchery.

Johnny Suave: It wasn’t as explosive as their other matches. But the Southern Boys did just enough to get the count-out win and they have another weapon in their arsenal. They won’t mind. The Southern Boys now get the title shot they want against Corporate World, Inc.

CSPN CEO Mark Splitter discusses the open MVW CEO position with outgoing CEO Jill Berg and the owner of MVW Jason Carmondy.

Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: So, we will see if Mark Splitter can convince Jill Berg and Jason Carmondy to give him the MVW CEO position. Right to the ring and our next match.

MATCH FOUR/#1 CONTENDERS MATCH FOR THE WOMEN’S TITLE: Christa Carmondy vs. ‘The Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan
Referee Corrina Romanov checks both wrestlers and calls for the bell. Also at ringside, The Hanson Sisters: Andrea, Charissa, and Melissa in Carmondy’s corner.

Christa Carmondy
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

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: E.J. Flack


Johnny Suave: Both women want a chance to regain the Women’s title. Both women have worked real hard to get back here. Sheline Carrigan is coming in red hot. Can Christa Carmondy scratch and claw her way past Carrigan? Who will come out on top? We’re about to find out.

What Happened?
Carrigan attacks right away and slams Carmondy into the turnbuckle. Carrigan hits belly to belly suplex and immediately goes for the win…1…2…Christa kicks out. She lays the boots to Carmondy before Christa finally rolls out of the ring.

Minutes later, Christa finally gets it going. She hits a hurricanrana and tries to go for the Mean Girl Crush. Carrigan cuts her off and comes back with chops and elbows. Christa arm drags her to the mat. Christa follows with a sliding sunset bomb to the turnbuckle. Cover…1…2…Christa kicks out. She presses the attack and swings wildly at Carrigan. She ducks under and counters into a reverse Frankensteiner. Cover…1…2….NO! Somehow, Christa gets her shoulder up. Carrigan strikes again with a head kick and hooks the leg again…1…2…Christa kicks out. Carrigan again charges forward with elbows, chops, and a spinning back elbow. She takes Christa down and covers…1…2…Christa stretches and grabs the bottom rope.

Later on, Carrigan continues to press the issue and Christa tries to hang in there. Carrigan cuts her off with the full nelson bomb. Cover…1…2…Christa kicks out again. Carrigan looks fired up and again Carmondy takes a powder. This time Carrigan follows. Carmondy hides behind the Hanson Sisters. Carrigan goes back to the ring to avoid a countout. Carmondy does the same. Lock up. Carrigan is just too powerful and whips her to the corner turnbuckle.   Last ditch desperation move by Carmondy, she rakes the eyes and stops Carrigan. She follows with kicks. Carrigan shakes off the eye rake and delivers strikes but Carmondy rakes the eyes again. This time she follows with Kawada kicks. Christa lays in chops and a forearm shot, lifts and plants her with the spinebuster. Cover…1…2…NO- Carrigan just gets the shoulder up.

Turning Point?
The Hanson Sisters

The Hanson Sisters
Andrea Hanson
AGE: 26 / HT: 5′ 11″ WT: 160 / HOME: Red Lake, MN
STR: 8.3 DEX: 6.2 CHR: 4.5 WORK: 6.2 INT: 5.5 END: 8.1
ALIGN: 77% Heel / STYLE: Brawler-Goon / FIN: Bludgeon
Charissa Hanson
AGE: 24 / HT: 5′ 10″ WT: 152 / HOME: Red Lake, MN
STR: 7.0 DEX: 7.6 CHR: 4.0 WORK: 7.2 INT: 5.5 END: 6.0
ALIGN: 77% Heel / STYLE: Brawler-Goon / FIN: Bludgeon
Melissa Hanson
AGE: 27 / HT: 6′ 0″ WT: 164 / HOME: Red Lake, MN
STR: 8.5 DEX: 5.5 CHR: 4.3 WORK: 6.7 INT: 5.0 END: 6.8
ALIGN: 77% Heel / STYLE: Brawler-Goon / FIN: Bludgeon

The Hansons were spoiling for a fight since the opening bell. They almost went after Carrigan when she followed Carmondy to the floor.

Finally Carmondy, who’d caught her stride in the match and was putting together a nice stretch of moves to frustrate Carrigan, whipped her opponent into the ropes. Both Andrea and Melissa whacked Carrigan in the back with their hockey sticks and knocked her out.

Unfortunately, referee Ron Martin saw everything and immediately disqualified Carmondy. He called for the bell and Kimber came into the ring to make the announcement.

WINNER AND NEW #1 CONTENDER FOR THE WOMEN’S TITLE: ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan via DQ @ 15:32 (edited to 8:00 for television)

Martin leans down and raises Carrigan’s arm in victory.

Johnny Suave: We’ll be back with more after this.




August 16th– Effingham Performance Center / Effingham, IL
August 17th – Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN
August 18th – Martinsville High School Gym / Martinsville, IN
August 24th – Vadalabene Center / Edwardsville, IL
August 30th – Vilaero Event Center / Kearney, NE
August 31st – Qwest Center / Omaha, NE
September 1st – Eihusen Arena / Grand Island, NE
September 7th – Silverstein Eye Centers Arena / Independence, MO
September 13th – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, Indiana
September 14th – Redbird Arena / Normal, Illinois
September 15th – David S. Palmer Arena / Danville, Illinois




Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: The Hanson Sisters’s interference just cost Christa Carmondy a shot at the title and she is not happy.

Carmondy looks pissed and she lashes out at the Hansons. Then,


Johnny Suave: HOLY CRAP! Melissa Hanson just hit Christa Carmondy with her hockey stick.

The other sisters join in.


Carmondy curls up into a ball as the Hansons work her over good.

The crowd suddenly rises.


Yosemite Samantha emerges from a crowd of people and sprints to the ring.


The Hansons turn to her and assume fighting postures.

Johnny Suave: So now the question is- who’s side is she on.

Yosemite Samantha answers the question quickly. She gestures to them to hold Christa up. Andrea and Melissa do. Yosemite Samantha then does a complete circle around the ring and throws herself into Carmondy.

Johnny Suave: CANNONBALL!

Carmondy gets bowled over and driven to the mat. Yosemite Samantha does a roll and jumps back to her feet. She grins at the Hansons.


The Hansons and Yosemite Samantha hug it out. Then they all head to the back leaving Carmondy lying on the mat.

CSPN CEO Mark Splitter leaves Jill Berg’s office. He declines comment when Kirsten Canfield goes over to interview him.

However, Splitter does talk to CSPN reporters Reese Anderson and Rebecca Morris and walks away with them.

Kirsten turns to the camera and shrugs.

Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: It’s time for our main event tonight. ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson versus William Daniels Bryan will clash for the number one contender spot for the MVW title.   Let’s go to Kimber Marshall now.

MAIN EVENT/#1 CONTENDERS MATCH FOR THE MVW TITLE: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson vs. William Daniels Bryan
Kimber Marshall is in the ring and speaks.

Kimber Marshall: Ladies and gentlemen! This is our main event!

She pauses for the crowd to cheer.

Kimber Marshall: This match is a one fall…

Crowd: ONE fall!

Kimber Marshall: …and is for the number one contender’s spot in the MVW title division. Introducing first.

“Ain’t Nobody But Me”- Supertramp

The Prairie Populist’ William Daniels Bryan
-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
ALIGH: 80% Face / STYLE: Technical-Scientific / FIN: Cattle Mutilation/Crane Kick

Bryan walks out onto the stage to a nice ovation. He slowly heads towards the ring.

Kimber Marshall: And his opponent…

“White Trash” – Chris Janson

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson “The 330 Pound Southern Brawler” (Southern Boys)
AGE: 37 / HT: 6′ 1″  WT: 330 / HOME: Troy, AL
ALIGN: 55% Heel / STYLE: Brawler-Power / FIN: High Crossbody into a Powerbomb
MGR: General DeBauchery
GRP: ‘Dastardly’ Dave Miller, ‘Dangerous’ Dan Williams

Dickinson and the rest of the Southern Boys look all business walking down to the ring.

Johnny Suave: Ever since Bill Dickinson finished off Ray McAvay, he has been on a tear in MVW. He is one win away from a chance at the MVW title. But William Daniels Bryan also wants that shot. He’s worked all the way back from the broken leg last year but this will be a stern test. Your referee will be Davey Keels. Keels is ready to call for the bell.


What Happened?
Dickinson tries to brawl right away. Bryan fires back with kicks. Dickinson forces him to the ropes near his corner and Miller hits him from behind. Keels warns the Southern Boys. Dickinson throws Bryan to the mat and follows with elbow drops. Dickinson then slams Bryan into the corner turnbuckle and tries to choke him out in the ropes. Keels starts a five count and Dickinson breaks at 4.5. Bryan tries to rally. Dickinson slaps him back down. The 330 Pound Southern Brawler goes for a Power Slam, Bryan counters and stuns Dickinson off the ropes. Bryan follows with the flying clothesline and covers.   Dickinson powers out at 1. Bryan tries to attack the knees with dropkicks. He goes to whip Dickinson to the ropes. Dickinson reverses and DDT’s him. Cover…1…2…Bryan kicks out.

Turning Point?
Bryan goes for a missile dropkick and misses. He lands on the mat awkwardly. Dickinson goes top rope and hits a double stomp. Cover…1…2…Bryan gets the shoulder up barely.

Now limping, Bryan tries to roll out of the ring. Dickinson pulls him back – spin – belly to belly suplex. Then he drags Bryan up again – sets- Power Bomb! Cover…



THREE! Keels calls for the bell. Kimber Marshall rolls into the ring.

WINNER AND NEW #1 CONTENDER FOR THE MVW TITLE: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson @ 7:50 (edited to 3:30 for television)

Cut back to Suave at the broadcast desk.

Johnny Suave: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson will face MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell for the title on August 31st in Omaha, Nebraska. We find out who the new MVW CEO will be right after these final messages.




August 16th– Effingham Performance Center / Effingham, IL
August 17th – Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN
Tag Team Title Match: Corporate World, Inc. © vs. The Southern Boys
August 18th – Martinsville High School Gym / Martinsville, IN
August 24th – Vadalabene Center / Edwardsville, IL
Women’s Title Match: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens © vs. ‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan
August 30th – Vilaero Event Center / Kearney, NE
August 31st – Qwest Center / Omaha, NE
MVW Title Match: Charlie Blackwell © vs. ‘Redneck’ Bill DIckinson
September 1st – Eihusen Arena / Grand Island, NE
September 7th – Silverstein Eye Centers Arena / Independence, MO
September 13th – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, Indiana
September 14th – Redbird Arena / Normal, Illinois
September 15th – David S. Palmer Arena / Danville, Illinois








Johnny Suave: HERE WE GO!

Big…BIG pop.




The crowd erupts when the video screen shows the door to a dressing room in the back. A police escort is waiting at the door. One of the policemen knocks on the door.

Policeman: “Ms. Berg. It’s time.”

The door opens and eight male bodyguards walk out of the dressing room encircling a petite 95 pound woman and her male assistant in the middle. The woman, dressed in a smart, dark business suit and heels, is busy talking on her cell phone.   The man furiously scribbles down notes as the group makes their way towards the ring.





A huge roar greets the procession as it emerges from the back onto the stage and starts their way down the ramp.


The crowd is rocking and a chant of “JILL-BERG! JILL-BERG!” fills the bar.

Two of the bodyguards use a fire extinguisher to create a fog like effect as Jill walks through. Two others hold sparklers up in the air as she passes by.



Berg is escorted to the ring by MVW owner Jason Carmondy.

Johnny Suave: So the moment is here. Who will be the new CEO of Missouri Valley Wrestling?   Jill Berg is in the ring and she is about to tell us.

Berg addresses the crowd while Carmondy watches.

Jill Berg: Well. This decision wasn’t an easy one. When you have to make a call that will affect the future of a company, you want to make sure you get it right. Jason and I have spent the better part of the past week kicking this back and forth. The addition of Mark Splitter to this process also gave us plenty of food for thought. But we’ve made our decision and tonight, I am pleased to announce to you who we have chosen to take Missouri Valley Wrestling forward into the future.

Jason claps behind her.

On the floor, both ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann and CSPN CEO Mark Splitter wait anxiously.

Jason Carmondy steps forward.

Jason Carmondy: So, without any further ado. We are proud to announce that the new CEO of Missouri Valley Wrestling is…MR. M-


Carmondy doesn’t get the rest of the name out before a thunderous explosion of boos fill the arena.

Mr. McMann, very pleased and smiling, raises his arms in the air. He begins to take a victory lap around the ring. He doesn’t see-

Johnny Suave: Hold on! Why is Ray McAvay climbing into the ring?

McAvay, dressed in a dark Hawaiian print shirt and jeans with tennis shoes, calmly slides in between the ropes and walks over to Berg and Carmondy.

McMann finally sees him and stops.

Jill Berg: That’s right! Mr. Ray McAVAY!

The boos do a 180 into cheers.

McMann’s jaw drops.

Splitter’s face turns beet red. He’s spitting pissed off.


McAvay pumps his fist in the air as the crowd continues to signal its approval.

Johnny Suave: Wow! So it was Ray McAvay who made the call on ending the MVWA shows.

Female Voice: Nope. That was my call.

The camera pans over.


Bergman, known for being the wife of High Octane Wrestling (and former MVW Tag Team champion) Halitosis, climbs into the ring. She’s wearing a smart business suit and her long black hair is rolled up into a bun. Laura joins McAvay, Berg, and Carmondy in the ring.

Jill Berg: Laura Bergman will be our Chief Business Officer.

Johnny Suave: Well that makes this make a lot more sense now.

(REPLAY: HOTv- Halitosis at Western Carolina Big Time Wrestling Jamboree’s Special Charity Event/Friday July 26th, 2019)

**Courtesy of HOTv**

Ray McAvay wraps up talking with Laura Bergman and Halitosis in the dressing room.

Laura also stood up from the bench. She reached out and placed her hand on Halitosis’s arm. “Before you go to the ring, there’s something I need to tell you.”

Looking at his wife with a puzzled expression that said ‘oh?’ and which left him wondering ‘what?’, he braced himself and simply said, “Yeah? What is it?”

“I will but first,” she turned and faced the camera with a definite smirk on her face, “we’re going to need to say goodbye to Mr. HOW camera guy.”

An audible sigh could be heard, presumably from the disappointed HOW camera guy. The camera went up and then down before the picture disappeared.

Jill Berg: Laura thought it would be a good idea to try to generate more buzz and more fans to our house shows by providing an anything could happen type of atmosphere at our shows. She’s going to handle the business end- Ray is going to take care of the wrestling side and be the visible symbol of Missouri Valley Wrestling.

Johnny Suave: So there it is. ‘Red Solo Plastic Cup’ Ray McAvay is the new Missouri Valley Wrestling CEO. Laura Bergman is the new CBO- Chief Business Officer. That is your new MVW Management team. Let’s go to Kirsten Canfield in the back who has the MVW Champion Charlie Blackwell for a few comments. Kirsten?

Kirsten has Charlie Blackwell with her. He has the MVW title belt over his shoulder.

Kirsten Canfield: Charlie, what’s your thoughts on tonight’s developments?

Charlie Blackwell: Well? I know that Ray McAvay has run a golf driving range in Fort Stockton, Texas. I know he helped run Mullet John’s Strip Club and Beer, Bait, and Ammo Store with his wife Dark (one half of West Texas Adult Entertainment Legends ‘Dark and Stormy’). Ray has a lot of wrestling knowledge and if Laura Bergman is going to handle the business end of things, I think in the end it’s probably a pretty shrewd choice.

Kirsten’s attention is drawn to someone walking right towards her.

Kirsten Canfield: Charlie, hold on a second.

She turns and intercepts – CSPN CEO Mark Splitter with CSPN reporters Reese Anderson and Rebecca Morris.

Kirsten Canfield: Mark? Your thoughts-

Mark Splitter: *BLEEP* you. *BLEEP* Jill Berg. *BLEEP* Ray McAvay. *BLEEP* this *BLEEP*-ing place. *BLEEP* the whole *BLEEP*-ing lot of you. CSPN is LEAVING Missouri Valley Wrestling and we’re never, EVER coming back into this *BLEEP*-hole.

Splitter stomps off with Anderson and Morris in tow.

Kirsten turns back to Blackwell.

Kirsten Canfield: I apologize for that Charlie.

Charlie Blackwell: I understand.

Kirsten Canfield: Now that you know who your opponent will be in three weeks, what do you think?

Charlie Blackwell: Bill Dickinson is a tough, tough man. I think he presents a-

Kirsten squeals when Blackwell is suddenly tackled by someone rushing onto the shot.


The man stands up.

It’s NOT Dickinson.

Johnny Suave: HOLY CRAP! That’s…Appalachian Mountain Championship Wrestling Champion J.J. Bittinger! What is he doing here?

J.J. ‘The Bear’ Bittinger
AGE: 29 / HT: 6′ 4″ WT: 265 / HOME: Cherokee, NC
ALIGN: 83% Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Bear Hug

He’s laying a beat down on Charlie Blackwell, that’s what. Bittinger flails away with both hands on the helpless Blackwell.


Security arrive and they dive in to separate the two men.



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