7/5-The Week in Review



Wrestling Night in America Results
-The Queens of Desire defeated The Soviet Bloc at 11:34
-‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ Ultratron-6.1 defeated ‘Suburban Homeboy’ Gary Walker at 5:09
-Kirsten Canfield defeated Yosemite Samantha © at 8:37 to become the new Women’s Heartland Champion
-Mark Hendry of the SEC defeated Buckshot Henderson at 14:04 to become the new Men’s Heartland Champion
-Jill Berg Enterprises © defeated The Working Girls at 7:51 to retain the MVW Women’s Tag Team Title
-No Quarter defeated The Stevens Dynasty © via DQ at 15:23 to become the new MVW Tag Team Champions
-Jennifer Colton © defeated Victoria McGill of the Queens of Desire via DQ at 3:15 to retain the MVW Women’s Title
-Luke Woods © vs. ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson goes to a double count-out at 4:42- Woods retains the MVW Title.

After Luke Woods and Bill Dickinson went to a double count-out at Wrestling Night in America, Dickinson made a shocking announcement at the post-show media scrum that he was going to take the rest of 2024 off to rest and recharge.

What does that mean?  Well, for starters the division is wide open now with wrestlers like Ricky Stevens who have come close, Aaron Gray- a newcomer, J.J. Bittinger- a former two-team MVW Champion, the SEC’s Mark Hendry- the new Heartland Champion, and of course, ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ Ultratron-6.1 all gunning for Luke Woods’s MVW title.

Speaking of Ricky Stevens, he popped off recently about Luke Woods, Bill Dickinson, and J.J. Bittinger of all people:

It is about respect. And preparation. Luke is going to bring it hard. He wants this. He probably feels disrespected, a champion like him being stuck on the under show with the sideshows like Bill Dickinson and J.J. Bittinger. For all of McAvay’s platitudes and continuing to do this to him, and for what? To stick him in matches that are glorified ratings killer? Hyping him up as a transitional champion until maybe that inbred hick Dickinson get a lucky win? I know I would be pissed off and ready to hurt the guy on the other side of the ring. Which is, you know, me. I have to be ready to take this guy down. To prove that he belongs on this sideshow of a card lineup.”

To which MVW majority owner Ray McAvay responded on the post pay-per-view media scrum, “Huh?”  McAvay then elaborated:

“Bill Dickinson was the MVW Champion for the first four months of 2024.  Luke Woods was the #1 contender most of that time and then he won the title.  It was always going to be Dickinson vs. Woods at Wrestling Night in America because they were the best two wrestlers in the division in the first six months of 2024. Ricky Stevens should know the game by now.  Win your matches… move up the rankings.  Ricky’s had chances at winning the title.  Ricky just beat Dickinson before the pay-per-view and moved ahead of him in the rankings.  Great.  Now he has to find a way to get past Aaron Gray and he’ll get to prove that he’s better than Luke Woods.”

Gray will challenge MVW Champion Luke Woods for the title when MVW returns August 17th in Omaha, Nebraska.

The SEC’s Mark Hendry defeated Buckshot Henderson at Wrestling Night in America to become the new Men’s Heartland Champion.

Following The Stevens Dynasty’s controversial loss to No Quarter via DQ at Wrestling Night in America, Cary Stevens stormed out of the building and… surprisingly… missed the post-show media scrum. That didn’t stop Ray McAvay from commenting on Cary’s reaction to his team losing the title:

It’s really this simple, Cary Stevens says I screwed the Stevens Dynasty out of the title… no, The Stevens Dynasty screwed themselves out of the title when they blatantly attacked Daryn Thompson at ringside during the match when it had been made clear that any type of outside interference would result in a disqualification and subsequent loss of the title belt.  This is on them.”

McAvay also reminded everyone that the Stevens Dynasty will get the first crack at the new champions on August 17th in Omaha, Nebraska.

There is a rumor floating around following Surf Express Bro coming down to the ring to No Quarter’s assistance that the S.E.B., NQ, and Jennifer Colton could be forming their own faction.

Speaking of Colton, she successfully defended her MVW Women’s Title, winning via DQ over Victoria McGill.  After Tori McGill was fired from Jill Berg Enterprises, people wondered if she would change her spots back towards a more face-based alignment.  Well, at Wrestling Night in America, McGill was thrown a foreign object by her Queens of Desire teammates and used it on Colton knocking her out and getting McGill disqualified- giving the MVW Women’s Champion the win.

The more pressing story coming out of this is the fact that McGill’s mother, and leader of the Queens of Desire- Dawn McGill, was kidnapped after the match by the Soviet Bloc… of whom Dawn had been feuding with the past few weeks.  With Dawn missing, will Victoria take control of the group until her return?  Stay tuned.

Jill Berg Enterprises took care of business at Wrestling Night in America, defeating the challengers- The Working Girls to remain the Women’s Tag Team Champions.

Kirsten Canfield became a five-time Women’s Heartland Champion, tying her with Victoria McGill for the most Women’s Heartland title reigns.

The Queens of Desire defeated the Soviet Bloc once again at Wrestling Night in America.  Angry and frustrated, The Soviets abducted the leader of the Queens of Desire Dawn McGill after Victoria McGill’s match- her whereabouts are unknown at this time.


MVW Champion:
Luke Woods (Sports Entertainment Corporation)
#1 Contender: Aaron Gray
#2- Ricky Stevens (Stevens Dynasty)
#3- ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson (The Alabama Gang)
#4- J.J. Bittinger
#5- ‘The New Age Cybertronic Criminally Insane Rogue Sentient Robot Wrestling Machine’ Ultratron-6.1

Heartland Champion: Mark Hendry (Sports Entertainment Corporation)
#1 Contender: Buckshot Henderson

‘Suburban Homeboy’ Gary Walker
#3- Absolute Zero
#4- Matt Taylor
#5- Tiger Jackson

Men’s Midwest (Non-Division) Champion: ‘Rock Star’ Robbie Marrs
Kyle Davenport
*Bergman’s Barn Men’s Champion* Captain Jack
Dave Mann
Mike McWilliams

Tag Team Champions: No Quarter (Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson)
#1 Contender- The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens)
Sports Entertainment Corporation (Gator Bates and The Alabama Kid)
#3- The Alabama Gang (R.G. Jenkins and David Bonnett)
#4- The Redneck Mafia (Cletus T. Johnson/Enos T. Johnson)
#5- Surf Express Bro (Bradlee Nelson and Bowie Abrams)

Men’s Midwest (Non-Division) Tag Team Champions: The Shamrocks (Sean O’Grady and Tom Flynn)

“Bergman’s Barn Men’s Tag Team Champion” Oklahoma-Texas Connection (Hoss Taylor and Frank Scott)
Bob and Brett Murray
The Lumberjacks (Dave Strack and Dan Poole)
Kings of the Wild Frontier (Boone Daniels and Crockett Davies)

Women’s Champion: Jennifer Colton
#1 Contender: Victoria McGill (Queens of Desire)
#2- ‘The Shadow Warrior’ Shizuko Yamazaki
#3- Amberley Stanton
#4- Felicia LaBarbara (Jill Berg Enterprises)
#5- ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot

Women’s Heartland Champion: Kirsten Canfield
#1 Contender: Yosemite Samantha

#2- Eve
#3- Allison Chambers
#4- Charissa Hanson (The Hanson Sisters)
#5- Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens

Women’s Midwest (Non-Division) Champion: Ninja Kitty
Bethany Stewart (Jill Berg Enterprises)
Debbie the Destroyer
Kyla Davenport
*Bergman’s Barn Women’s Champion* Blair Williamson

Women’s Tag Team Champions: Jill Berg Enterprises (Sheline Carrigan and Madison Miller)
#1 Contender:
Missouri Valley Fight Club (Harley Davisson/Carrieanne McDermott)
#2- Backman Taylor Powerdrive (Randi Backman/Fredricia Taylor)
#3- The Working Girls (C.J. Lewis and ‘Queen Cool’ Leah Iris)
#4- The Hanson Sisters (Andrea and Melissa)
#5- Rose Warriors: (Geena the Warrior Princess and Eliza Rose)

Women’s Midwest (Non-Division) Tag Team Champions: Laney Harrison and McLean Oswald

Queens of Desire (Savannah Smith/Tammie Hardy)
*Bergman’s Barn Women’s Tag Team Champion* The Rollins Sisters (Kelsie and Kennedi Rollins)
The Soviet Bloc
(Svetlana Kovaleski and Nikita Kalashnik)
LATX (Raquel Ramirez/Christina Garcia)

August 16th – Eihusen Arena / Grand Island, NE
August 17th – CHI Health Center Arena Omaha / Omaha, NE
MVW TAG TEAM TITLE: No Quarter © vs. #1 The Stevens Dynasty
MVW TITLE: Luke Woods © vs. #1 Aaron Gray
August 18th – WarHorse Center / Norfolk, NE
August 23rd  – MTI Center / Angola, IN
August 24th – Horizon Convention Center / Muncie, IN
August 27th – Landon Arena / Topeka, KS
August 30th – La Porte Auditorium / La Porte, IN
August 31st – Athletics-Recreation Center / Valparaiso, IN
September 1st – Genesis Convention Center / Gary, IN
September 6th – Effingham Performance Center / Effingham, IL
September 7th – KVPD Rec Center / Kankakee, IL
September 10th – CEFCU Arena / Normal, IL
September 13th – Loren Walker Arena / Burlington, IA
September 14th – Cedar Rapids Ice Arena / Cedar Rapids, IA
September 15th – Mason City Arena / Mason City, IA
September 20th – Sanford Pentagon / Sioux Falls, SD (1st Round of the Carmondy Cup)
September 21st – Cornerstone Bank Arena / Fargo, ND (1st Round of the Carmondy Cup)
**October 20th – Heartland PPV – Indiana Farmers Coliseum / Indianapolis, IN
**December 22nd – Evening of Champions – Wintrust Arena / Chicago, IL

**January 18th – St. Louis Supershow / St. Louis, MO

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