3/26-Wrestling Night in the Heartland on HOTv


Missouri Valley Wrestling
Wrestling Night in the Heartland
Decatur Civic Center
Decatur, IL
Tuesday March 26th, 2024

Announcers: Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall

Backstage Interviewer: Kellie Burkowski

Ring Announcer: Heather Cooper


The Decatur Civic Center’s atmosphere was electric, buzzing with the palpable excitement of an audience ready for high-octane wrestling action. Amidst a sea of cheering fans, Thunderbolt Smith’s voice boomed over the PA system, his tone even-keeled and authoritative as he welcomed the masses to “Wrestling Night in the Heartland.”

“Good evening, wrestling fans!” Thunderbolt bellowed, his face a mask of professionalism. “We’re live here in Decatur, Illinois, at the Civic Center, and boy, do we have a slobberknocker of an evening lined up for you. Spring Fling is just four days away, and the tension is thicker than a Texas T-bone steak!”

‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall, his color commentating counterpart, could barely contain his enthusiasm as he leaned into the microphone, his voice tinged with a hint of gravel from years behind the desk. “Thunderbolt, I can barely stay in my seat! Tonight’s showdowns are going to set the stage for Spring Fling. We’ve got grudges, we’ve got scores to settle, and folks, you won’t want to miss a second of the action!”

**March 30th – Spring Fling – Lake of the Ozarks / Lake of the Ozarks, MO**
6 MAN TAG TEAM: The Stevens Dynasty vs. The Sports Entertainment Corporation

8 WOMAN TAG TEAM: Jill Berg Enterprises vs. Jennifer Colton, Amberley Stanton, and The Working Girls
#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-WOMEN’S HEARTLAND: #1 Debbie the Destroyer vs. #2 Allison Chambers
#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-MEN’S HEARTLAND: #1 Absolute Zero vs. #2 ‘Rock Star’ Robbie Marrs
MEN’S TAG TEAM NON-DIVISION FINALS: Kentucky Redneck Mafia vs. The Oklahoma-Texas Connection
MEN’S NON-DIVISION FINALS: Tiger Jackson vs. Mark Fisher
WOMEN’S NON-DIVISION FINALS: Savannah Smith vs. Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens

Hall runs down the matches on tonight’s show:
-#3 vs. #4 MEN’S TAG TEAM CONTENDER’S MATCH: #3 The Alabama Gang (R.G. Jenkins/Mark Hendry) vs. #4 The Sports Entertainment Corporation (The Alabama Kid/Gator Bates)
-#3 vs. #4 MEN’S CONTENDER’S MATCH: #3 Ricky Stevens of the Stevens Dynasty vs. #4 Buckshot Henderson
-Plus: MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions Jill Berg Enterprises and MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton will be in action.

Stevens Dynasty Segment
As the camera panned across the raucous crowd, it cut abruptly backstage where Cary Stevens stood, the very embodiment of Texan pride. The aged lines on his face were drawn tight, a testament to the anger simmering beneath his steely gaze. Surrounded by memorabilia that spoke of the Stevens Dynasty’s storied legacy, Cary clenched his jaw, addressing the camera directly.

Patriarch of the Stevens Dynasty
Cary Stevens

“Last week, No Quarter thought they got one over on us,” he spat, the twang in his voice sharp as barbed wire. “They might’ve beaten the Dynasty via disqualification, but everyone knows it was a hollow victory.”

Cary’s hand gestured emphatically, punctuating every word with a righteous fury. “This Saturday at Spring Fling, Bo, George, and Ricky are gonna teach The Sports Entertainment Corporation a lesson in respect. They’re gonna show ’em what it means to be an elite faction. We’re the heart and soul of this sport, and the SEC’s about to find out that you don’t mess with Texas. We’re gonna run right through them like a hot knife through butter.”

The camera lingered on Cary’s resolute face, capturing the fire in his eyes that reflected decades of wrestling tradition. It was clear that the patriarch of the Stevens Dynasty wasn’t just fighting for victory; he was fighting for honor, for legacy, and for the unyielding spirit of competition that defined his family’s name.

Cut to the first commercial break of the night.

High Octane Wrestling

This Saturday night, HOW presents March to Glory from Madison Square Garden in New York City, NY:
FATAL FOUR-WAY MATCH: Steve Solex vs. Silent Witness vs. John Sektor vs. Charles DeLacy
LSD TITLE MATCH: Jace Parker Davidson © vs. Evan Ward vs. Scott Stevens vs. Hugo Scorpio vs. Drew Mitchell
REPARATIONS MATCH: Bobbinette Carey vs. Lexi Gold
HOTv #1 CONTENDER’S MATCH: Noah Hanson vs. Brian Hollywood vs. Teddy Palmer
HOW WORLD TITLE MATCH: Michael Lee Best © vs. the winner of the Fatal Four-Way Match.

MATCH #1: The Sports Entertainment Corporation vs. The Alabama Gang
The air in the Decatur Civic Center was electric, buzzing with the anticipation of the crowd as Heather Cooper’s sultry voice echoed through the arena, a perfect blend of charm and command that held every eye captive.

“Introducing first,” she began, her words rolling out like velvet over the roar of the audience, “accompanied by the ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Triple R, weighing in at a combined weight of 473 pounds, from the Sunshine State of Florida and the Heart of Dixie, Alabama… Gator Bates and The Alabama Kid—the Sports Entertainment Corporation!”

The jeers were instantaneous as “Money” by Pink Floyd blared through the speakers, the thumping bass line underscoring the arrival of the SEC. Triple R led the charge, his imposing figure cutting a path down the ramp, flanked by Gator Bates, whose sheer size was only matched by his menacing scowl, and The Alabama Kid, radiating an all-too-confident swagger. They soaked in the disapproval like it was the very fuel that drove them, their eyes locked on the ring with unyielding determination.

And then, a shift in the atmosphere.

“Their opponents…” Heather continued, her voice rising above the growing tumult as Chris Jansen’s “White Trash” hit, igniting a fervor among the fans. The Alabama Gang burst out from behind the curtain to a raucous ovation, R.G. Jenkins and Mark Hendry embodying the raw, unpolished defiance of the heartland. Sunny O’Callahan trailed, her Southern rock-inspired attire contrasting against her California lilt, rallying the crowd with infectious energy.

The two teams squared off in the center of the ring, the tension palpable as they each staked their claim to the third spot in the Men’s Tag Team Division rankings.

Sports Entertainment Corporation

Leader: ‘The Raconteur of Road Rage’ Triple R
AGE: 38 / HT: 6′ 0″ WT: 275 / HOME: Las Vegas, NV
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Road Rage Rampage (Running High Knee)
SEC Mouthpiece: Phil Feinbaum
Gator Bates
AGE: 26  / HT: 6’ 3”  WT: 239  / HOME: Gainesville, FL
ALIGN: Heel  / STYLE: Power / FIN: Gator Chomp
The Alabama Kid
AGE: 27 / HT: 6’ 2”  WT: 234  / HOME: Tuscaloosa, AL
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: All-Around  / FIN: The Crimson Tide

The Alabama Gang

R.G. Jenkins
AGE: 40 / HT: 5’ 11”  WT: 242 / HOME: Monroeville, AL
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Cobra Claw submission
THEME MUSIC: “White Trash”- Chris Janson
Mark Hendry
AGE: 26 / HT: 6′ 2″ WT: 230 / HOME: Enterprise, AL
ALIGN: Tweener/ STYLE: Brawler / FIN: The Alabama Slam
THEME MUSIC: “White Trash”- Chris Janson
Valet: Sunny O’Callahan

Heather Cooper reappeared, her presence demanding silence before delivering the verdict: “Here are your winners, at 21 minutes and 25 seconds… The Sports Entertainment Corporation!”

The boos cascaded down upon the victors, but Gator Bates and The Alabama Kid reveled in the disdain, their arms raised triumphantly by Triple R as they secured their new position in the rankings.

Thunderbolt Smith’s steady voice cut through the noise, authoritative yet impartial, as he summed up the aftermath: “The SEC moves up to #3 in the Men’s Tag Team contender’s rankings. The Alabama Gang drop to #4.”

“This was a grueling contest of wills,” Hall commented, “a back-and-forth battle where neither team gave quarter nor asked for any. Gator Bates showed brute strength, tossing his adversaries around with the ferocity of his namesake. The Alabama Kid complemented with versatility, striking with precision and agility that belied his robust frame.”

“On the other side, R.G. Jenkins fought with the grit and tenacity of a man with everything to prove,” Thunderbolt added, “while Mark Hendry delivered haymakers, each one echoing the heartbeat of their devoted followers.

With the echoes of the battle still lingering, Thunderbolt sent the home audience to the next commercial break, the stage set for more drama to unfold in the saga of Wrestling Night in the Heartland.


This weekend, PRIME Wrestling Presents Culture Shock from the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
Friday night’s Card:
Ria vs. Rose
ALIAS TITLE MATCH: Coral Avalon © vs. Harley Walker
Fred Dick vs. Jason Snow
Brandon Youngblood vs. Hayes Hanlon
The Anglo Luchador vs. Ivan Stanislav
FIVE STAR TITLE-CRUFIXITION MATCH: Rob Williams © vs.  ‘The Revelator’ Don Winters
UNIVERSAL TITLE MATCH: Jared Sykes © vs. Jonathan-Christopher Hall

Saturday night’s card:
WARGAMES MATCH: Team Hall vs. Team Sykes vs. Team Avalon vs. Team Farthington

The Sports Entertainment Corporation Segment
The ring still quaked from the reverberations of the previous battle as ‘The Sports Entertainment Genius’ Triple R stood at its epicenter, flanked by the victorious Gator Bates and The Alabama Kid. Microphone in hand, his gravelly voice cut through the tension lingering in the air.

‘The New Sports Entertainment Genius’
Triple R

“Tonight,” he began, his tone dripping with the kind of smug satisfaction that could only be born from a hard-fought victory, “the Alabama Gang gave us a good workout—a real decent tag team, no doubt.” He paused, letting his gaze sweep over the crowd before locking eyes with the camera, ensuring his message reached beyond the confines of the Decatur Civic Center.

“But let’s be honest, folks—they ain’t SEC standard.” The Alabama Kid and Gator Bates nodded in agreement, their chests puffed out with pride. Phil Finebaum, ‘The Mouthpiece of the SEC,’ smirked at Triple R’s side, nodding along to every word.

“Come Saturday night at Spring Fling,” Triple R continued, raising his voice to rise above the chorus of boos, “The SEC will show up not just to compete—we’re there to make a statement.” His fist clenched, symbolizing the impact they intended to leave on their foes.

“The Stevens Dynasty,” he declared, the name rolling off his tongue like an old western duel challenge, “you represent the now. But we are the undeniable future. And that future starts when we take you down this Saturday night!”

The crowd erupted into a mix of cheers and jeers for the brash SEC, but the trio stood firm, unshaken, their intentions crystal clear.

Kellie Burkowski Interviews Jennifer Colton
The scene shifted away from the bristling energy of the ring, finding a stark contrast in the composed figure of Kellie Burkowski backstage. Standing beside her was the MVW Women’s Champion, whose poise radiated through the screen. Kellie’s youthful face, framed by her blonde hair, wore a serious expression as she held the microphone to Jennifer, who was all focus ahead of her imminent match.

MVW Women’s Champion
Jennifer Colton

“Kellie, tonight I step into the ring against Stanton,” Jennifer stated, the confidence in her voice unwavering despite the imminent challenge. “She’s my opponent tonight, but come Saturday, we’ll unite against a common enemy—Jill Berg Enterprises.”

Her eyes burned with determination, the kind seen in champions who’ve weathered countless battles. “Together with Amberley Stanton and the Working Girls, we’re going to show Jill Berg Enterprises exactly what happens when you mess with us. We mean business, and they’re going to find that out firsthand at Spring Fling.”

With a final nod, Jennifer turned, her championship gold glinting under the lights as she made her way toward the ring, leaving Kellie to watch her go, knowing she’d captured a moment of intensity that would resonate until the bell tolled for their next confrontation.

MATCH #2: Buckshot Henderson vs. Ricky Stevens
The Decatur Civic Center was buzzing with the fervor of wrestling aficionados as Heather Cooper, radiant under the spotlight, stood center-ring to make the next big announcement. Her voice, sultry and commanding, cut through the crowd’s chatter.

“Introducing first, hailing from Biloxi, Mississippi, accompanied by ‘The Girl in Every Country Song’ Lillie Mae, Buckshot Henderson!”

The twang of country music echoed throughout the arena as Buckshot, clad in denim and leather, strode confidently down the aisle. Lillie Mae’s presence added a sparkle of Southern charm that played well with the audience, drawing cheers and whistles.

Heather continued, her tone building anticipation, “And his opponent…”

The gritty opening riff of Iggy Pop’s “Search and Destroy” reverberated off the walls, immediately shifting the energy in the room. Ricky Stevens emerged, flanked by the striking Dru Danes and the steely-eyed Cary Stevens, patriarch of the Stevens Dynasty. The proud Texan lineage they represented was almost palpable as they walked to the ring with purpose.

Buckshot Henderson

AGE: 37 / HT: 6’ 2” WT: 245 / HOME: Tryon, SC
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Fighter / FIN: Buckshot Lariat
THEME MUSIC: “Kiss My Country Ass”-Rhett Akins

Valet: “The Girl in Every Country Song” Lillie Mae

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

Manager: Cary Stevens

Valet: Dru Danes

Sanctioned Violence Organization

March 30th – Spring Fling – Lake of the Ozarks / Lake of the Ozarks, MO
April 6th – 
Hastings Civic Arena / Hastings, MN
April 12th – Surf Ballroom / Clear Lake, IA
April 13th – Cedar Rapids Ice Arena / Cedar Rapids, IA
April 14th – Xtream Arena / Coralville, IA
April 19th – Platt Arena / Huntington, IN
April 20th – War Memorial Coliseum / Fort Wayne, IN
April 23rd – Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN
April 26th – Carson Center /Paducah, KY
April 27th – Banterra Center / Carbondale, IL
April 28th – Show Me Center / Cape Girardeau, MO

Finally, Heather’s voice rose above the fray, “WINNER AT 36:53—Ricky Stevens!”

“For thirty-seven grueling minutes,” Hall said, “these two competitors clashed inside the squared circle, exchanging holds, high-flying maneuvers, and the raw intensity that only a top contender’s match could bring. Ricky Stevens’ technical prowess was on full display, countering Buckshot’s brawling style with precision and agility.”

“Great match,” Thunderbolt concurred. “But…”

But the triumph was short-lived. No sooner had Ricky’s hand been raised than the SEC, like vultures to carrion, swarmed into the ring. Luke Woods, Gator Bates, and The Alabama Kid launched an unprovoked attack on the weary victor.

“Here comes the SEC!” Thunderbolt Smith bellowed from the announcer’s table, while ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall exclaimed, “It’s anarchy, Thunderbolt!”

Cary Stevens, eyes wide with shock, frantically waved toward the back, summoning reinforcements. Like a cavalry charge, Bo, George, and Scott Stevens burst forth, barreling down the ramp to aid their kin. The arena erupted as both factions collided in a whirlwind of fists and fury.

MVW Security scrambled to the ring amidst the chaos, struggling to separate the warring clans as the sea of bodies intertwined in the melee.

“Fans, we’ve got to take a break. Don’t go anywhere,” Thunderbolt announced, his steady voice seeking to restore some semblance of order as the screen faded to commercials, leaving the crowd to catch its breath after witnessing the raw, unscripted drama of Wrestling Night in the Heartland.

SHOOT Project

Kellie Burkowski Interview with Jill Berg
The Decatur Civic Center was still buzzing from the chaotic brawl that erupted before the break when Kellie Burkowski appeared on the Titantron, standing with a woman whose very presence commanded respect and attention. Jill Berg, the CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises, exuded a confident aura as she adjusted her power suit and addressed the camera.

“The CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises”
Jill Berg

“Jennifer Colton, Amberley Stanton,” Jill began, her tone cool yet assertive. “I trust you’re watching closely because what you’re about to witness is a preview of your destiny at Spring Fling. The corporate might of Jill Berg Enterprises will not only dominate—it will dictate the future of this industry.”

Kellie nodded, knowing better than to interrupt the CEO when she was in such a formidable mood.

“Russian Assets?” Jill scoffed, a smirk playing on her lips. “Merely an example. Tonight, they will experience our corporate power firsthand. And come Saturday, Colton, Stanton, and the Working Girls will understand what it means to handle real business—the Jill Berg way because Jill Berg Enterprises MEANS business.”

Thunderbolt Smith’s voice filled the arena as the show returned live, “Ladies and gentlemen, we are back at Wrestling Night in the Heartland, and it looks like we’re set for another explosive encounter!”

MATCH #3: Russian Assets vs. MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions Jill Berg Enterprises
Heather Cooper stood in the center of the ring, her silhouette accentuated by the spotlight above. She welcomed the crowd back with her sultry voice, “This next contest is a non-title match scheduled for one fall!”

“Dirty Deeds” blasted through the speakers, and the Russian Assets emerged. Major Svetlana Kovaleski exuded stern authority with every step, while Nikita Kalashnik followed with a youthful intensity in her eyes. They were flanked by Agent Tanya, who whispered last-minute strategies. The Russians entered the ring, their cold stares sending a clear message of intimidation.

“Let me introduce their opponents…” Heather continued as the lights dimmed.

“Killer” echoed throughout the arena, heralding the arrival of ‘The Canadian Cyborg’ Sheline Carrigan. Towering over most, her muscular frame was primed for combat, her eyes locked onto the ring as if visualizing the upcoming onslaught.

Moments later, Madison Miller’s theme, “Do It To it” reverberated off the walls, signaling her entrance. As the technical savant joined Carrigan on stage, the collective might of Jill Berg Enterprises felt palpable.

Together, flanked by the towering figure of Prisoner #034291, Carrigan and Miller descended the ramp. Their movements were precise, no nonsense, a direct mirror of the corporation they represented.

“Here come the enforcers of Jill Berg Enterprises,” Thunderbolt stated matter-of-factly, his seasoned voice capturing the gravity of the moment.

As the team stepped into the ring, the tension was thick. The Russian Assets stood unflinching, unwilling to show weakness in the face of their well-dressed adversaries.

Russian Assets

Major Svetlana Kovaleski
AGE: 36 / HT: 5′ 11″ WT: 155 / HOME: St. Petersburg, Russia
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Gory Special
Nikita Kalashnik
AGE: 21 / HT: 5’ 11” WT: 135 / HOME: Kursk, Russia
ALIGN: Heel  / STYLE: Power  / FIN: Russian Sickle
THEME MUSIC: “Dirty Deeds”- Joan Jett
Manager: Agent Tanya

Jill Berg Enterprises
“Jill Berg Enterprises Means Business”

CEO: Jill Berg ‘The Corporate Predator’, ‘The Phenomenon Known as…’
AGE: 38 /HT: 5′ 4″ WT: 90 /  HOME: New York City, NY
FIN: Spinning Heel Kick
Sheline Carrigan ‘The Canadian Cyborg’
AGE: 27 / HT: 6’0″ WT: 145 / HOME:  Vilbank, SK
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Power-Technical / FIN: Canadian Destroyer
THEME MUSIC: “Killer”- Fist
Madison Miller
AGE: 22 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

The echoes of combat faded, leaving only the lingering roar of the crowd as Heather Cooper rolled into the ring with the grace of a seasoned pro. Her voice cut through the din with clarity and authority. “Your winners at five minutes and forty-seven seconds,” she announced, her hand gesturing towards the victors, “Jill Berg Enterprises!”

Thunderbolt Smith’s steady tone rode the wave of applause, “Ladies and gentlemen, we’ll be right back after this final commercial break.” The screen faded to ads, giving the audience a moment to catch their breath.

March 30th – Spring Fling – Lake of the Ozarks / Lake of the Ozarks, MO
April 6th – 
Hastings Civic Arena / Hastings, MN
April 12th – Surf Ballroom / Clear Lake, IA
April 13th – Cedar Rapids Ice Arena / Cedar Rapids, IA
April 14th – Xtream Arena / Coralville, IA
April 19th – Platt Arena / Huntington, IN
April 20th – War Memorial Coliseum / Fort Wayne, IN
April 23rd – Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN
April 26th – Carson Center /Paducah, KY
April 27th – Banterra Center / Carbondale, IL
April 28th – Show Me Center / Cape Girardeau, MO

Backstage Incident
As the broadcast returned, Kellie Burkowski appeared on-screen, her expression a mixture of concern and professionalism. “Something has just happened backstage,” she reported, urgency in her voice. The camera panned behind her, revealing The Working Girls, Caroline Lewis and ‘Queen Cool’ Leah Iris, sprawled out on the cold concrete floor. Medical staff swarmed around them like bees to a hive, their actions precise yet frantic. Kellie continued, “It’s not immediately clear who’s responsible for the attack,” leaving viewers to wonder and speculate.

“Main event time,” Thunderbolt declared, bringing the focus back to the squared circle where the anticipation for the headline bout had reached a fever pitch.

MAIN EVENT: Amberley Stanton vs. MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton
Thunderbolt Smith’s voice filled the air, reverberating with the gravitas that only a seasoned announcer could provide. “Ladies and gentlemen,” he intoned, “Heather Cooper!”

Heather’s sultry tone took over, echoing through the Decatur Civic Center as she completed the introductions. “Introducing first, the challenger, from Seward, Nebraska, Amberley Stanton!” The crowd responded with a hearty cheer for the young contender, her eyes locked on the prize that eluded her grasp.

“Her opponent,” Heather continued, pausing for effect as the fans’ anticipation built to a crescendo, “she is the reigning MVW Women’s Champion, Jennifer Colton!” With the championship belt raised high above her head, Colton bathed in the adulation of her supporters, her face a mask of focus and unwavering resolve.

As Colton and Stanton faced off in the center of the ring, the referee held the title aloft—the symbol of supremacy in the MVW Women’s Division—a beacon that drew both competitors like moths to a flame. The bell sounded, and the scene faded to black, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats for the explosive encounter that was about to unfold.

Amberley Stanton

AGE: 24 / HT: 5’ 8” WT: 100 / HOME: Seward, NE
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Stanton Sleeper
THEME MUSIC: “Since You’ve Been Gone”- Kelly Clarkson

Jennifer Colton

AGE: 22 / HT: 5’6″ WT: 130 / HOME: Evansville, IN
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Colton Clutch 2 (Lebell lock, but with cobra clutch grip instead of crossface)
THEME MUSIC: “Heartache Tonight”- The Eagles

The Decatur Civic Center buzzed with the roar of the crowd as Heather Cooper, with a voice rich and poised, declared the victor. “Your winner, at 8 minutes and 27 seconds, Jennifer Colton!” The Women’s Champion barely had time to savor her victory when the atmosphere in the arena shifted from celebration to chaos.

Victoria McGill, with malice in her stride and a steel-folding chair in hand, slid into the ring like a serpent ready to strike. *CLANG!* The sound of cold metal against flesh echoed as Colton crumpled to the mat. McGill, not missing a beat, swung again. *CLANG!* Amberley Stanton fell beside the champion, both women laid out by the ruthless attack.

“Good God almighty!” Thunderbolt Smith’s voice thundered over the public address system, his usual calm shattered by the unfolding bedlam.

“Jill Berg Enterprises are taking no prisoners tonight!” ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall added, his tone a mix of shock and excitement as he narrated the carnage.

As if summoned by the clangor, Sheline Carrigan, Madison Miller, Felicia LaBarbara, and the towering figure of Prisoner #034291 stormed the ring. With calculated brutality, Carrigan hoisted Stanton up before driving her into the canvas with a Canadian Destroyer, the move executed with technical precision and devastating power.

Madison Miller gripped the dazed Jennifer Colton, pulling her to her feet only for Victoria McGill to deliver a punishing Gutwrench Facebuster. The collective weight of the heels bore down upon their fallen rivals, stomping mercilessly, each impact a statement of dominance.

Then, amidst the sea of boos and jeers, two figures emerged from the back, defiant despite their obvious injuries. Caroline Lewis and “Queen Cool” Leah Iris, bloodied and bruised, limped towards the squared circle, their faces etched with both pain and determination.

“Look at this, Thunderbolt! It’s clear as day now,” Hall exclaimed, piecing together the narrative thread. “Jill Berg Enterprises ambushed the Working Girls backstage, and now they’re out here to finish the job.”

The valiant duo stepped through the ropes, their spirits unbroken but their bodies betraying them. They were quickly overwhelmed, the fresh wounds from the earlier assault hindering any chance of retribution.

“Jill Berg Enterprises means business tonight!” Thunderbolt Smith’s voice rose above the tumult, a solemn note to close the night. As security scrambled to restore order, Jill Berg’s corporate army stood tall in the ring, a testament to their ruthless agenda.

“Fans, we are out of time!” Thunderbolt announced as the final images of the show featured Jill Berg Enterprises standing victorious, their adversaries scattered and defeated around them. The screen faded to black, leaving viewers with the indelible image of power unchecked and a promise of vendettas yet to be settled.

-The Sports Entertainment Corporation defeated The Alabama Gang at 21:25 in a #3 vs. #4 Men’s Tag Team contender’s match

-Ricky Stevens defeated Buckshot Henderson at 36:53 in a #3 vs. #4 Men’s Division contender’s match
-MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions Jill Berg Enterprises defeated Russian Assets at 5:47 in a non-title match.
-MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton defeated Amberley Stanton at 8:27 in a non-title match

**March 30th – Spring Fling – Lake of the Ozarks / Lake of the Ozarks, MO**
6 MAN TAG TEAM: The Stevens Dynasty vs. The Sports Entertainment Corporation
-8 WOMAN TAG TEAM: Jill Berg Enterprises vs. Jennifer Colton, Amberley Stanton, and The Working Girls

-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-WOMEN’S HEARTLAND: #1 Debbie the Destroyer vs. #2 Allison Chambers
-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-MEN’S HEARTLAND: #1 Absolute Zero vs. #2 ‘Rock Star’ Robbie Marrs
MEN’S TAG TEAM NON-DIVISION FINALS: Kentucky Redneck Mafia vs. The Oklahoma-Texas Connection
-MEN’S NON-DIVISION FINALS: Tiger Jackson vs. Mark Fisher
-WOMEN’S NON-DIVISION FINALS: Savannah Smith vs. Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens

April 6thHastings Civic Arena / Hastings, MN
WINNER-#5 WOMEN’S HEARTLAND DIVISION: #5 TBD vs. (Non-Division Champion) TBD
-WINNER-#5 MEN’S HEARTLAND DIVISION: (#5 Contender) TBD vs. (Non-Division Champion) TBD

-WOMEN’S HEARTLAND TITLE: Kirsten Canfield © vs. #1 TBD
-MEN’S HEARTLAND TITLE: J.J. Bittinger © vs. #1 TBD
#2 vs. #3-WOMEN’S DIVISION: #2 Shizuko Yamazaki vs. #3 Yosemite Samantha
-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-MEN’S TAG TEAM: #1 No Quarter vs. #2 The Sports Entertainment Corporation
-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-MEN’S DIVISION: #1 Luke Woods vs. #2 Adam Ellis
-NON-TITLE: Men’s Tag Team Champion The Stevens Dynasty vs. #3 Surf Express Bro
-NON-TITLE: Men’s Champion ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson vs. #3 Ricky Stevens
-WOMEN’S TAG TEAM TITLE: Jill Berg Enterprises © vs. The Working Girls
-WOMEN’S TITLE: Jennifer Colton © vs. Victoria McGill

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *