10/3-Wrestling Night in the Heartland on HOTv and PWA-TV


Last Week’s Heartland Pay-Per-View Results:
-MVW majority owner Ray McAvay starts the show by announcing another match that’s been added to the show- the opener between The Goatbusters and The Alabama Gang.
-MATCH #1: The Alabama Gang (R.G. Jenkins/Mark Hendry) defeated The Goatbusters (Peter Jenkman/Ray Scantz)
-MATCH #2/WOMEN’S HEARTLAND TITLE: Amberley Stanton © defeated Tammie Hardy
-MATCH #3/MEN’S HEARTLAND TITLE: Luke Woods © defeated Absolute Zero
-MATCH #4: Laney Harrison/McLean Oswald defeated LATX (Christina Garcia/Racquel Ramirez)
-Adam Ellis gets attacked backstage heading to the ring by HOW’s John Sektor with the help of Victoria McGill. McGill Gutwrench Facebusters Ginny Van Lear. Men’s Champion ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson Southern Fried Powerbombs McGill.  Both Van Lear and McGill end up in the hospital overnight.
-McAvay comes out and announces Plan B- it’s Rah!
-MATCH #5: Rah defeated Buckshot Henderson
-MATCH #6/WOMEN’S TAG TEAM TITLE: The Hanson Sisters (Andrea and Melissa Hanson) © defeated The Working Girls (Caroline Lewis/’Queen Cool’ Leah Iris)
-MATCH #7/MEN’S TAG TEAM TITLE: No Quarter (Bracken Krueger/Daryn Thompson) defeated The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens © via countout- the Stevens Dynasty retains the titles.
-McAvay comes out again and announces Kirsten Canfield will replace Victoria McGill in the Jennifer Colton match.
-MATCH #8/NON-TITLE: Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton defeated Kirsten Canfield
-Bo Stevens and ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson exchange words backstage and both men had to be kept apart.
-MATCH #9/MEN’S TITLE: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson © defeated John O’Reilly

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Missouri Valley Wrestling
Wrestling Night in the Heartland
Peoria Civic Center
Peoria, Illinois
Tuesday October 3rd, 2023

Announcers: Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall

Backstage Interviewer: Kellie Burkowski

Ring Announcer: Heather Cooper


The atmosphere inside the Peoria Civic Center was electric, as over 9,800 eager fans packed the arena for tonight’s Wrestling Night in the Heartland. The air was thick with anticipation, and the energy palpable. Thunderbolt Smith and Rick Hall stood in the center of the ring, basking in the cheers of the crowd.

“Welcome everyone to the first show after the Heartland Pay-Per-View!” Thunderbolt’s voice boomed over the roar of the audience. “What a night it was! ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson retained the Men’s Title, The Stevens Dynasty held on to their title due to a count out against No Quarter, The Hanson Sisters triumphed over the Working Girls, Luke Woods kept his Men’s Heartland Title, and Amberley Stanton remained Women’s Heartland Champion!”

“Absolutely, Thunderbolt,” Hall chimed in, his voice tinged with excitement. “And tonight, we’ve got an incredible lineup for you all!”

As the noise subsided slightly, Thunderbolt continued, “That’s right, Rick. We have four matches tonight. First up, Ricky Stevens is here, and he’s under the gun with the Sports Entertainment Corporation. He needs a win badly and will face Bobby Starr.”

“Yup, Thunderbolt, Stevens needs to prove himself tonight” Hall interjected, nodding his head in agreement. “Following that, we’ll see Yosemite Samantha go head-to-head with Shizuko Yamazaki in a #2 vs. #3 contender’s match in the Women’s Division. The stakes are high, as the winner of this match will face Victoria McGill in a #1 contender’s match!”

“Then, we have a huge #3 versus #4 match in the Women’s Tag Team Division between Jill Berg Enterprises and The Rose Warriors” Thunderbolt announced, his voice rising in intensity. “Can JBE turn their fortunes around after dropping down the contender’s rankings to #3? And can The Rose Warriors capitalize on this opportunity and move themselves into potential title contention?”

“Finally, in tonight’s main event” Hall continued, unable to contain his excitement, “Men’s Tag Team Champions, The Stevens Dynasty, will face off against The Kings of the Wild Frontier in a non-title match! You won’t want to miss it, folks!”

As the crowd roared with approval, Thunderbolt and Hall exchanged a glance, both knowing that the night ahead was going to be one for the ages.

The raucous atmosphere in the Peoria Civic Center began to shift, as the crowd’s anticipation morphed into a palpable sense of unease. Just then, the familiar theme music of the ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann blared through the arena speakers, eliciting a chorus of jeers and boos from the passionate wrestling fans.

‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann

“Here comes trouble,” muttered Rick Hall under his breath, as he and Thunderbolt Smith made their way out of the ring and towards the broadcast table. They knew better than to get in the way of the ruthless leader of the Sports Entertainment Corporation (SEC).

Mr. McMann strode down the ramp with an air of arrogance, ignoring the disapproving glares from the crowd. He climbed into the ring, grabbed a microphone, and wasted no time in addressing the audience.

“Let me be perfectly clear, Heartland was a disaster… for the Sports Entertainment Corporation!” McMann spat, his face contorted in frustration. “Not one single SEC wrestler competed on that show!” The crowd erupted in cheers at this admission, much to McMann’s chagrin.

“Sure, I could blame MVW majority owner Ray McAvay,” he continued, glaring around the arena. “But I’m not going to do that. No, I’ll own it myself.” An uneasy silence fell over the crowd as they awaited the next words from the cunning orchestrator of the SEC.

“See, I thought the Kardoucheian Empire could step it up, make that transition into big-time wrestling stars. But I was wrong,” he snarled, gritting his teeth. Let’s assume that the SEC is beginning anew, and the Kardoucheians are now a thing of the past.

As the crowd absorbed this bombshell announcement, McMann shifted gears to address another pressing matter on his mind: Ricky Stevens.

“Ricky Stevens,” McMann began, a hint of warmth in his voice. “I like the kid. He’s a good wrestler. But he hasn’t brought gold to the SEC. So, Ricky, you’re on the clock, son.”

The tension in the arena grew heavier as the crowd realized the implications of Mr. McMann’s words.

“Ricky needs to give me a reason, a damn good reason, to keep him in the SEC,” McMann continued, his eyes narrowing. “Otherwise, he’ll wash out just like the Kardoucheians did. And Ricky, your clock starts right now.”

With that ominous declaration, Mr. McMann dropped the microphone, exited the ring, and disappeared backstage, leaving the stunned crowd buzzing with anticipation for the night’s events. The stakes had never been higher, and the world of MVW was about to be shaken to its core.

As Mr. McMann exited the ring and made his way back up the ramp, the arena lights dimmed, and the crowd’s anticipation reached a fever pitch. Ring announcer Heather Cooper passed McMann on the ramp on her way to the ring.  Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall exchanged glances, knowing that the night was just beginning.

MATCH #1: Ricky Stevens vs. Bobby Starr

With Bobby Starr already in the ring, Cooper announced Starr’s opponent.

Ricky Stevens
AGE: / HT: 5’ 11” WT: 185 / HOME: San Francisco, CA
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: High Flyer / FIN: Dead and Buried (X-Factor)
THEME: “Search and Destroy” – Iggy Pop

Valet: Dru Danes

“This is a big night for Ricky Stevens,” Hall commented.  He needs to look good and find a way to get back in Mr. McMann’s good graces.

“Big win for Ricky Stevens!” Thunderbolt said.

“Thunderbolt, it’s a start,” added Hall. “Ricky Stevens will be the first one to acknowledge the rubber hits the road when the Men’s Division gets back to business in a couple weeks.”

Thunderbolt nodded in agreement.  “Yes he will.  All right.  We’ve got more action coming up after these messages.”



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Back from a commercial break, the camera quickly panned backstage, capturing Ricky Stevens strutting up to Mr. McMann with a victorious grin plastered on his face. McMann’s eyes met his, and a rare smile crept across his lips before giving Ricky a firm nod of approval. The two men exchanged a brief handshake as if sealing a pact before disappearing into the SEC dressing room together.

“Long Haul” Rick Hall, MVW’s color commentator, leaned in towards the microphone at the broadcast table, unable to hide his excitement. “It’s a start,” he said, his voice filled with anticipation.

Suddenly, a series of resounding *THUMP*, *THUMP*, *THUMP-THUMP-THUMP* echoed throughout the arena. The camera shifted its focus to the stage, where Jill Berg, CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises, confidently strode out with her security detail flanking her on either side. The crowd erupted into a cacophony of cheers and jeers as she made her way down the ramp, her eyes locked onto the ring like a predator stalking its prey.

Jill Berg
CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises

“Looks like we’re in for a treat tonight, folks,” Hall thought to himself, feeling a mix of curiosity and unease about Jill’s unexpected appearance.

With each step, Jill exuded power and control, her gaze never wavering as she climbed into the ring. She grabbed a microphone from one of her security guards and raised it to her lips, silencing the raucous crowd almost instantly.

“I have an announcement to make, ladies and gentlemen,” she declared, her voice resounding throughout the arena. “Prisoner #034291 is no longer on JBE’s tag team.” The crowd buzzed with surprise and speculation as Jill paused for effect. “We’ve signed a new wrestler, and she’ll debut tonight. Tonight, Jill Berg Enterprises will prove that ‘JBE Means Business!'”

“Wow, Jill Berg really knows how to amp up the suspense,” Hall mused.  “This is a crucial match.  JBE needs to hold on to their #3 ranking and then use that to push back up the rankings.”

As if on cue, Heather Cooper, MVW’s sexy and sultry ring announcer, rolled into the ring with a sultry grace that seemed to captivate the audience. Her brunette locks cascaded over her shoulders, accentuating her sexy curves as she sauntered to the center of the ring, microphone in hand.

MATCH#2: Jill Berg Enterprises (‘Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan and Madison Miller) vs. The Rose Warriors (Geena the Warrior Princess and Eliza Rose)

The Rose Warriors

Geena the Warrior Princess
AGE: 34 / HT: 6’ 1” WT: 145 / HOME: Sioux City, IA
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: / FIN: Reverse Brainbuster
THEME MUSIC: “Theme from Xena Warrior Princess”

Eliza Rose
AGE: 23 / HT: 5’ 8” WT: 125 / HOME: Philadelphia, PA
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: / FIN: Louisville Slugger
THEME MUSIC: “Load Up the Bases”- Whiskey Falls

Jill Berg Enterprises
CEO: Jill Berg
AGE: 37 /HT: 5′ 4″ WT: 90 /  HOME: New York City, NY
FIN: Spinning Heel Kick

Sheline Carrigan ‘The Canadian Cyborg’
AGE: 26 / HT: 6’0″ WT: 145 / HOME:  Vilbank, SK
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Power-Technical / FIN: Canadian Destroyer
THEME MUSIC: “Killer”- Fist

Madison Miller
AGE: 21 HT: 5’ 11” WT: 100 / HOME: Custer, WA
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Cyber Blow
THEME MUSIC: “Do It To It (ft. Cherish)”- ACRAZE

WITH: Prisoner #034291

Once Heather finished introducing the wrestlers for the next match, Thunderbolt Smith and Rick Hall exchanged excited glances at the broadcast table. The energy in the arena was palpable as they prepared to comment on the upcoming match.

“Man, I can’t wait to see how Madison Miller steps in as Sheline Carrigan’s tag team partner,” Hall said, his voice filled with anticipation. Madison was with MVW last year and left right as the Carmondy Cup began and spent some time out West and at Appalachian Mountain Championship Wrestling.”

“And now she’s back,” Thunderbolt added.

“She is,” Hall replied.  “We’ll see how this goes.  The Rose Warriors are no pushovers. There’s going to be a lot of pressure on Madison tonight.”

“Agreed,” Thunderbolt chimed in, his eyes locked on the ring. “Madison has a tough challenge ahead, but this is her chance to prove herself.”

“Jill Berg Enterprises gets a much-needed win!” Thunderbolt exclaimed, clapping his hands together in excitement. “What an incredible debut for Madison Miller!”

“Absolutely,” Hall agreed, nodding his head in admiration. “And let’s not forget The Rose Warriors — they always bring it to the ring, and tonight was no exception. This was a hard-fought battle between two great teams.”

“Couldn’t have said it better myself, Rick,” Thunderbolt concluded as the arena lights dimmed and the exhausted wrestlers made their way backstage. “Tonight’s action has been nothing short of spectacular.”

Backstage, the camera panned to Kellie Burkowski, MVW’s young and enthusiastic backstage interviewer. She stood beside a fresh-faced wrestler with a sheepish grin plastered across his face. He looked like he’d just stepped off the farm, his muscular build concealed by a flannel shirt tucked into well-worn jeans.

“Hey, everyone! I’m here with newcomer Mike McWilliams,” Kellie introduced, her voice bouncing with energy. “Now, Mike, you’re not only new to MVW but also a classmate of Adam Ellis, an MVW alumni. How does it feel to follow in his footsteps?”

“Wow, Kellie, it’s just so surreal bein’ here,” Mike admitted, his midwestern drawl slipping through. “I mean, Adam’s always been someone I’ve looked up to, and now I’m standin’ where he once did. It’s an incredible feelin’, and I’m so grateful for the opportunity.”

As Mike spoke, he couldn’t help but glance around at the bustling backstage area, taking in the sights and sounds of his new world. The excitement in his eyes was unmistakable, as if he’d just stepped into his own personal wonderland.

“Are you feeling any pressure to live up to your friend’s legacy?” Kellie asked, her eyes narrowing slightly in curiosity.

“Of course, there’s some pressure,” Mike confessed, rubbing the back of his neck nervously. “But I’m not here to be the next Adam Ellis; I’m here to be the best Mike McWilliams I can be. I wanna carve my own path and make my own mark here in MVW.”

Kellie nodded, her expression softening with understanding. “So, what can we expect from you going forward, Mike?”

“Hard work, dedication, and a whole lotta heart,” Mike answered confidently, his voice growing steadier. “I’m gonna give it everything I’ve got, and I’m excited to see what kind of impact I can make in that ring.”

“Thank you for your time, Mike,” Kellie said with a warm smile. “We’re all looking forward to seeing what you can do. Good luck out there!”

“Thanks, Kellie,” Mike replied, his cheeks flushing slightly as he tipped an imaginary hat to her. “I appreciate it.”

As the camera faded out, Mike took one last wide-eyed look at the busy backstage area before steeling himself for the challenges ahead. Tonight was just the beginning, and he was eager to prove himself on the grand stage.



As we returned from commercial, Thunderbolt Smith smoothly transitioned the scene backstage to Kellie Burkowski. The camera panned to reveal Kris Kardoucheian, the overbearing patriarch of the Kardoucheian Empire, standing before her with a look of disdain etched across his overly tanned face. His immaculately styled hair and designer clothes screamed Hollywood prima donna. Flanking him were his three sons: Ken, Koley, and Kourtney Kardoucheian, each one exuding an air of self-importance and entitlement that only comes with being born into privilege.

Kris Kardoucheian

“Kris,” Kellie began, trying to maintain her composure, “you seem furious about Mr. McMann’s decision to kick your sons out of the SEC. What are your thoughts on this?”

Kris pursed his lips and glared at the camera. “My boys are stars! They deserve nothing but the best treatment!” he exclaimed, his voice dripping with indignation. “MVW failed to push them the way they should have been pushed. My sons are Hollywood royalty, worldwide superstars, with millions upon millions of fans!”

As Kris continued to vent his frustrations, it became apparent that his anger was rapidly approaching critical mass. “Instead of basking in the spotlight they so rightfully deserve, my boys were repeatedly defeated by no-talent hacks who couldn’t hold a candle to their star power!” With that final declaration, Kris worked himself into such a frenzy that he stormed off-camera, leaving Kellie standing there, slightly taken aback.

His sons followed obediently behind him, like well-trained puppies nipping at their master’s heels. Kellie watched them disappear down the hallway, shaking her head before turning back to the camera. “Well, there you have it, folks. Back to you, Thunderbolt and Hall.”

As the scene shifted back to the broadcast desk, Thunderbolt and Hall exchanged knowing glances before continuing with the show. The drama of the Kardoucheian Empire had unfolded on live television, leaving viewers eagerly anticipating the next chapter in this ongoing saga.

“Unlucky,” Hall mused, referring to the Kardoucheians’ recent misfortune. Thunderbolt stifled a chuckle before the scene cut to the backstage area once more.

There, Yosemite Samantha stood, a living embodiment of the Wild West. Dressed in worn leather boots and chaps, a plaid shirt tied around her waist, and a ten-gallon hat atop her head, she exuded confidence and intensity. A holster with gleaming six-shooters hung on both sides of her hips, completing her cowgirl ensemble.

“Y’all listen up now,” Samantha drawled, her voice thick with Western swagger. “Tonight, I’m gonna take care of that lil’ Japanese lady, Shizuko Yamazaki. An’ after that? Victoria McGill’s next on my list.”

“Tonight’s my night!” she declared fiercely, her eyes blazing with determination as the scene faded out.

The camera then cut to ‘The Shadow Warrior’ Shizuko Yamazaki’s dressing room. The dimly lit space was illuminated by flickering candles, casting eerie shadows on the walls. Yamazaki knelt on a tatami mat, her hands clasped together as if in prayer.

“By the spirit of the Takeshi Samurais,” she intoned, her voice filled with reverence, “I vow to defeat Yosemite Samantha. It is my destiny.” Her words seemed to hang in the air as the camera angle changed.

Back at the broadcast desk, Thunderbolt glanced toward the ring where Heather Cooper stood, poised for the introductions. “Well, folks, we’ll find out who will emerge victorious tonight,” he said, anticipation crackling in his voice.

As the crowd roared, thoughts raced through Thunderbolt’s mind. Would Yosemite Samantha’s raw grit overpower Yamazaki’s disciplined spirit? Or would the Takeshi Samurai’s legacy propel her to victory? Only time would tell.

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MATCH #3: Yosemite Samantha vs. ‘The Shadow Warrior’ Shizuko Yamazaki

“#2 versus #3 match.  Winner faces Victoria McGill next Tuesday for a title shot,” Thunderbolt said. “Let’s send it to Heather Cooper for the introductions.”

Shizuko Yamazaki “The Shadow Warrior”
AGE: 23 / HT: 5’4″ WT: 125 / HOME: Osaka, Japan
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Martial Arts / FIN: Floatover DDT
THEME MUSIC: “Clock Strikes”- One OK Rock

Yosemite Samantha
“The roughest, toughest, rootinest, shootinest cowgirl who ever crossed the Rio Grande”
AGE: 31 / HT: 5’1″ WT: 105 / HOME: Dodge City, KS
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Brawler-Hardcore / FIN: Shotgun Knee/Cannonball Combo
THEME MUSIC: “Moth to a Flame”- Metallica

“YOSEMITE SAMANTHA WINS!” exclaimed Thunderbolt, standing up from his chair as Corrina Romanov raised Yosemite Samantha’s arm in victory.

”Unbelievable!” Hall said, shaking his head and looking at Romanov checking on Yamazaki who still lay on the mat.  “Thunderbolt, that kick was literally a thunderbolt and knocked Shizuko Yamazaki.”

“All right.  Yosemite Samantha has a date next Tuesday night against Victoria McGill.” Thunderbolt checked his notes.  “Folks, we’ve got another commercial break and we’ll be back with more after this.”

“Unbelievable,” Hall muttered again before the cut to commercial.

Women’s Heartland Division:
-#5 ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot defeated #4 Felicia LaBarbara on Friday night and followed it up the next night with a win over #3 Debbie the Destroyer.
-This Friday night, #3 Harlot takes on #2 ‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin in Sidney, Nebraska with the winner facing Tammie Hardy Saturday night in Columbus, Nebraska for a title shot next Tuesday night

Men’s Heartland Division:
-Men’s Heartland Champion Luke Woods defeated Cletus T. Johnson Sunday night to earn promotion to the Men’s Division.  Johnson is relegated down to the Men’s Heartland Division.
-#5 Matt Taylor defeated #4 ‘Rock Star’ Robbie Marrs Friday night.  Taylor fell to #3 Captain Jack on Saturday night.
-This Friday night, Captain Jack face #2 Ken Kardoucheian with the winner taking place next Tuesday night in a three-way elimination match to determine the new Men’s Heartland Champion against Cletus T. Johnson and Absolute Zero.

October 6th – Cheyenne County Community Center / Sidney, NE
October 7th – Wilkert Event Center / Columbus, NE
October 10th – Knapp Center / Des Moines, IA
October 13th – Griffon Indoor Sports Complex / St. Joseph, MO
October 14th – Landon Arena / Topeka, KS
October 15th –  Five Flags Center / Dubuque, IA
October 20th – Hale Arena / Mason City, IA
October 21st – Surf Ballroom / Clear Lake, IA
October 24th – Athletics-Recreation Center / Valparaiso, IN
October 27th – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, IN
October 28th – CEFCU Arena / Normal, IL
October 29th – War Memorial Coliseum / Fort Wayne, IN
November 3rd – Norfolk Senior High School / Norfolk, NE
November 4th – Pershing Center / Lincoln, NE
November 7th – Qwest Center Omaha / Omaha, NE

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As the show returned from a commercial break, there was a sudden commotion in the backstage area. Thunderbolt Smith quickly sent the camera to Kellie Burkowski, who looked anxious as she reported on the unfolding events. “Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve just been informed that a buck bomb has been set off inside the Jill Berg Enterprises dressing room,” she said, barely audible over the cacophony of coughs and shouts in the background.

As the dressing room door swung open, Victoria McGill, Jill Berg, Madison Miller, and Sheline Carrigan staggered out into the hallway, each one coughing and gasping for air. Their faces were flushed red, and their eyes watered from the pungent odor that filled the air. The chaos around them was evident, as crew members scrambled to help the wrestling superstars regain their composure.

“From what we understand, it’s believed that Ginny Van Lear is responsible for this attack due to the events that transpired last week at Heartland,” Kellie continued, trying to maintain her professionalism amidst the bedlam. A quick video replay appeared on screen, showing Victoria McGill slamming Ginny face-first to the floor with a brutal Gutwrench Facebuster.

Ginny Van Lear

Kellie then revealed a crumpled note that had been discovered inside the dressing room. “This message was found at the scene, which reads ‘one down. Two to go.’ The other two would be the Love Convoy’s Vickie Hall and scandal sheet paramour Savannah Scandal- both of whom Ginny’s had run-ins with at PRIME. It seems Ginny Van Lear’s path of retribution is far from over.”

The cameras cut back to the broadcast desk, where ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall couldn’t help but chuckle at the spectacle of Ginny’s buck bombing. “Well, I gotta say, that was quite a sight! The Love Convoy’s Vickie Hall and Savannah Scandal might want to watch their backs after this little stunt,” he said, shaking his head in amusement.

Thunderbolt Smith, ever the professional, steered the conversation back to more pressing matters. “In other news, let’s talk about the former Men’s Heartland Champion, Luke Woods,” he began, as a film clip of Woods’ win over Cletus T. Johnson from Sunday night started to play. “With this impressive victory, Woods has climbed to the #4 ranked contender spot in the Men’s Division and has officially vacated the Heartland title.”

Luke Woods

Hall continued to discuss the rising career of Luke Woods, as images of his impressive Heartland PPV win over Absolute Zero flashed on screen. “Woods is definitely a wrestler on the rise,” Hall said with conviction. “He looked absolutely unstoppable at the Heartland PPV during his final Men’s Heartland title defense.”

“Indeed,” Thunderbolt chimed in, shifting in his seat as he focused on the upcoming events. “The new champion will be determined next week in a three-way match between Cletus T. Johnson, Absolute Zero, and the winner of this Friday’s Ken Kardoucheian and Captain Jack showdown. That’s going to be one hell of a fight!”

As the footage rolled, it was clear that Luke Woods had no intention of letting go of his hard-earned success anytime soon. The road ahead for him would be challenging, but with his determination and skill, there was no doubt he’d continue to rise through the ranks.

The cameras abruptly cut backstage, where Kellie Burkowski stood next to an irate Jill Berg. The scene opened with Jill’s nostrils flaring as she clenched her fists, barely able to contain her fury. Kellie cautiously began the interview, “Jill, we just saw what happened with the buck bomb in your dressing room. Do you have any words for Ginny Van Lear?”

Jill’s scowl deepened, and she spat out, “Buck bombing? Really?” Her eyes blazed with anger as she continued, “Ginny Van Lear has poked the corporate bear, and she’s going to regret it when she has to pay the price.”

As she stormed off, Jill muttered under her breath, “I’ve got to have this dry cleaned.” Her thoughts raced, already planning how to exact revenge on Ginny for her audacious stunt. This was far from over, and Jill would make sure Ginny knew not to mess with Jill Berg Enterprises again.

The camera shifted backstage, revealing Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson, aka No Quarter, standing shoulder to shoulder, their expressions a mix of confidence and determination. A quick film clip lit up the screen, showcasing Thompson landing a vicious right hand on George Stevens, sending him toppling over the top rope and crashing to the floor.

No Quarter: Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson

Thompson’s eyes gleamed as she watched the clip, her voice filled with conviction. “The Stevens Dynasty only kept the belts because George Stevens couldn’t get his fat ass off the ground in time, allowing them to retain through a count-out,” she said, sneering at the memory. Her adrenaline was pumping, and she wanted nothing more than to prove herself against the champions once again. “I want another shot at those bastards in the ring.”

Bracken Krueger, always ready for a fight, chuckled and nodded in agreement. “Hell, why not?” he said, his powerful arms crossed over his chest. His mind raced, visualizing the moment they’d snatch those Men’s Tag Team title belts from the clutches of the Stevens Dynasty. “Next time we beat ’em, we’re walking out of that ring with their precious gold draped over our shoulders.”

As Thompson clenched her fists, it was clear the fire inside her had been ignited. The thought of proving themselves against the Stevens Dynasty fueled her determination, and she knew that she and Krueger were unstoppable when they put their minds to it. There was no room for doubt in their partnership; they were a force to be reckoned with.

“Damn right we will,” Thompson replied, her voice steady and self-assured. “George and Bo better be ready for the beating of their lives because No Quarter won’t be holding back this time.”

Krueger grinned, his teeth glinting beneath the harsh backstage lights. “Let’s go show those pretty boys what real champions look like,” he said, slapping Thompson on the back.

As the duo strode away from the camera, their confidence radiated off them like heat waves. They knew they had the skills and the grit to take down the Stevens Dynasty, and they were more than ready for the challenge.

MAIN EVENT/NON-TITLE: Men’s Tag Team Champions The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) vs. The Kings of the Wild Frontier (Boone Daniels and Crockett Davies)
As the camera cut back to Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall at the broadcast desk, emotions were running high in anticipation of tonight’s main event. The atmosphere was electric, reminiscent of the old Extreme Championship Wrestling shows that had once defined an era.

“Alright folks, it’s time for our main event,” Thunderbolt began, his voice crackling with energy. “The last time The Stevens Dynasty faced The Kings of the Wild Frontier, Cary Stevens knocked out Crockett Davies after the referee took a bump.” He glanced over at Hall, who was nodding vigorously, eyes wide with excitement.

“Tonight, Boone Daniels and Crockett Davies are looking for payback against the Stevens Dynasty,” Hall chimed in, pounding his fist on the table for emphasis. “They want to make sure George and Bo don’t forget what happened.”

As the action intensified on screen, Thunderbolt couldn’t help but feel the adrenaline coursing through his veins. This was the kind of match-up that made him fall in love with wrestling in the first place – high stakes, fierce rivalries, and no shortage of drama.

“Absolutely, Rick. The Stevens Dynasty will be looking to wash away the stench from their match with No Quarter and get back on the winning track,” Thunderbolt added, his voice rising with enthusiasm. “This is going to be one for the ages!”

He could see the determination in the eyes of both teams as they prepared for battle. There was something primal about the way they sized each other up, their bodies tense and ready for the fight ahead.

“Let’s send it down to Heather Cooper in the ring for the introductions,” Thunderbolt said, barely able to contain his anticipation any longer.

The scene shifted to the sultry brunette, Heather Cooper, standing in the center of the ring. Her curves were accentuated by her tight outfit, she held the microphone with poise and confidence.

“Introducing first, representing The Kings of the Wild Frontier,” she began, her voice a sultry purr that sent shivers down the spines of those watching, “Boone Daniels and Crockett Davies!”

Kings of the Wild Frontier

Boone Daniels
AGE: 19 / HT: 6’ 3” WT: 200 / HOME: Boonesborough, KY
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Shotgun Lariat

Crockett Davies
AGE: 21 / HT: 6’ 2” WT: 205 / HOME: Greene County, TN
ALIGN: Face  / STYLE: Brawler/Fighter / FIN: Shotgun Lariat
THEME MUSIC: “Save a Horse”- Big and Rich

The crowd erupted in cheers as the duo made their entrance, their eyes locked on their opponents across the ring. They were a picture of determination, ready to fight for their honor and redemption.

“And their opponents,” Heather continued, pausing for dramatic effect, “representing The Stevens Dynasty – George and Bo Stevens!”

The Stevens Dynasty

Bo Stevens
AGE: 26 HT: 6’ 1” WT: 234 / HOME: Waco, TX
ALIGN: / STYLE / FIN: Rolling Cutter
THEME: “Ghost Riders in the Sky”- The Outlaws

George Stevens
AGE: 41 / HT: 6’ 5” WT: 445 / HOME: Texarkana, TX
ALIGN: / STYLE: Power / FIN: Texas Sized Slam
THEME: “Ghost Riders in the Sky”- The Outlaws

MGR: Cary Stevens

As the Stevens Dynasty appeared, a mixture of boos and cheers filled the arena. They walked with an air of arrogance, seemingly unfazed by the intensity of the situation. They knew they had a lot to prove tonight, but they also knew that they were more than capable of rising to the occasion.

The ring was still quivering from the impact of George Stevens driving Crockett Davies into the mat with a thunderous Texas Sized Slam. The crowd roared in approval as Cary Stevens stood in the center, his adrenaline pumping and sweat dripping down his face. Heather Cooper, MVW’s sexy and sultry ring announcer, held the microphone out to him with a seductive smile. But Cary was not in the mood for niceties – he snatched the mic away from her.

“Hey, No Quarter!” Cary bellowed into the microphone, his voice echoing through the arena. “Daryn Thompson! Did you see what my brother George just did to Crockett Davies? That’s right! A Texas Sized Slam!”

The camera panned to Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall in the broadcast booth, both of them wide-eyed with excitement. “Cary Stevens calling out No Quarter here,” Thunderbolt said calmly, trying to maintain his even-keeled demeanor despite the electric atmosphere.

“Thompson, you got lucky last time,” Cary continued, gripping the top rope and leaning forward menacingly. “George was off balance, and he fell out of the ring. But we ain’t gonna let that happen again. Next time, we’re gonna stomp a mudhole into you and Krueger!”

Just as the words left Cary’s lips, Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson emerged from backstage, causing the fans to explode into a frenzy. Boos and cheers mingled together, creating a cacophony of sound that vibrated through the arena.

“Here comes No Quarter, Thunderbolt!” Hall shouted, his own excitement bubbling over. “This is gonna get interesting!”

As Krueger and Thompson approached the ring, Cary’s face turned a deep shade of red, his anger reaching its boiling point. He leaned over the top rope, pointing his finger at them like a dagger. Krueger simply nodded his head in acknowledgment, while Thompson raised his hands and gestured for Cary to ‘come on.’

The fans were losing their minds, standing and stomping their feet, creating a wave of anticipation that threatened to shake the very foundation of the arena.

“Fans, we are out of time!” Thunderbolt announced, trying to be heard over the deafening noise. “For ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall, I’m Thunderbolt Smith! We’ll see you next week!”

As the show faded to black, the tension between the Stevens Dynasty and No Quarter hung thick in the air like a brewing storm, promising an epic showdown that would not soon be forgotten.

-Ricky Stevens defeated Bobby Starr at 4:51
-#3 vs. #4 WOMEN’S TAG TEAM CONTENDER’S MATCH: Jill Berg Enterprises (Sheline Carrigan/Madison Miller) defeated The Rose Warriors (Geena the Warrior Princess/Eliza Rose) at 12:37
-#2 vs. #3 WOMEN’S DIVISION CONTENDER’S MATCH: Yosemite Samantha defeated ‘The Shadow Warrior’ Shizuko Yamazaki
-MAIN EVENT/NON-TITLE: Men’s Tag Team Champions The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) defeated The Kings of the Wild Frontier (Boone Daniels/Crockett Davies)

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