10/24-Wrestling Night in the Heartland on HOTv and PWA-TV


Last Week’s Wrestling Night in the Heartland Results:
-Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall kick off the show in the ring.
-Quick look outside, The Kardoucheian Empire continues to picket outside in protest that they have not been properly pushed.  No one pays any attention to them as the fans enter the arena. Thunderbolt reports the Kardoucheians forfeited both of their weekend matches.
-MVW minority owner Joe Bergman comes out and conducts the drawing for the next rounds of the Carmondy Cup.
-Kellie Burkowski comes out to conduct an interview with the Men’s Tag Team Champions The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens). Scott Stevens is also on hand tonight.  Family patriarch Cary Stevens again says No Quarter got lucky, Daryn Thompson got in a lucky punch.
-That brings out No Quarter (Bracken Krueger/Daryn Thompson).  They just stand on the stage and glare at the Stevens.  Cary tries to goad them into the ring.  He calls No Quarter a bunch of chicken-*BLEEPS*  If they actually show up November 7th in Omaha, Nebraska to face The Stevens Dynasty again, their luck is going to run out.
-The Alabama Gang (R.G. Jenkins/Mark Hendry/’Redneck’ Bill Dickinson) jump The Stevens from behind.  Sunny O’Callahan low blows Cary.  A brawl commences but Jenkins, Hendry, and Dickinson all hit their finishers and leave the Stevens laid out in the ring.
-‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann sits Ricky Stevens down in his office at the Sports Entertainment Corporation (SEC) and makes it clear if he loses to Luke Woods tonight, Stevens is going to be demoted to being the SEC’s Heartland wrestler.  No pressure.  McMann leaves.  Stevens is pensive.
-MATCH #1-#3 vs. #4 MEN’S TAG TEAM: #3 The Kings of the Wild Frontier (Boone Daniels/Crockett Davies) defeated #4 The Lumberjacks (Dave Strack/Dan Poole)
-Kellie climbs into the ring to interview Daniels and Davies. The Kings talk about their recent travels between MVW and SHOOT Project. They’re getting lots of valuable experience wrestling a wide variety of different tag teams.
-The Alabama Gang (The Kings of the Wild Frontier’s opponent this Saturday) walks up to them.  R.G. Jenkins and Mark Hendry shake the hands of Daniels and Davies and wish them luck.  Then The Stevens Dynasty return and attack Jenkins and Hendry and earned a little payback.
-Finally, MVW majority owner Ray McAvay comes out and he’s had enough of this.  McAvay books The Stevens Dynasty (Bo, George, and Scott) in a six-man tag match against The Alabama Gang (Jenkins, Hendry, and ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson) as tonight’s main event.
-Outside the arena, The Kardoucheians get angrier and angrier because no one will listen to them and acknowledgement their strike.  Kris Kardoucheian tells his sons they are going to have to find a way to get everyone’s attention.
Kellie interviews Luke Woods.  Luke talks about his win Friday night over Buckshot Henderson and knows Ricky Stevens will be a tough opponent.  Luke has plenty of respect for Ricky and looks for a very good match.
-MATCH #2-#2 vs. #3 MEN’S DIVISION: #3 Luke Woods defeated #2 Ricky Stevens
-Woods goes to the back with Mr. McMann as he leaves Ricky in the ring.  Thunderbolt pronounces that the SEC may have the guy who could challenge Bill Dickinson for the title.
-MATCH #3-The Working Girls (Caroline Lewis/’Queen Cool’ Leah Iris) defeat Red State Nation (Victorious Veronica Vincent/Kay Daniels) via DQ when Jill Berg Enterprises (Sheline Carrigan/Madison Miller/Prisoner #034291) run-in and attack them.
-Jill Berg (CEO-Jill Berg Enterprises) says last week, JBE was kind in defeat.  Tonight, they’re here to send a message.  Berg’s security detail dragged ‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin (who’d lost the Women’s Heartland title and fallen down the rankings) down to the ring. Jill says “JBE Means Business” and if you can’t get the results… then this is what happens.  Carrigan, Miller, and Prisoner #034291 step forward and destroy Tess, leaving her in a heap on the floor.
-As Heather Cooper introduces the main event, The Kardoucheians ruse the ring and stage a sit-in because their issues have not been addressed.  Both The Stevens Dynasty and The Alabama Gang put their feud aside for a moment to decimate the Kardoucheians and throwing them from the ring.
MAIN EVENT: The Alabama Gang (R.G. Jenkins/Mark Hendry/’Redneck’ Bill Dickinson) v. The Stevens Dynasty (Bo, George, and Scott Stevens)- double DQ

Cue the pyro…

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Missouri Valley Wrestling
Wrestling Night in the Heartland
Athletics-Recreation Center
Valparaiso, IN
Tuesday October 24th, 2023

Announcers: Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall

Backstage Interviewer: Kellie Burkowski

Ring Announcer: Heather Cooper


The atmosphere inside the Athletics-Recreation Center in Valparaiso, Indiana was electric. The air buzzed with anticipation as 4,750 wrestling fans filled the arena, which had a capacity of 5,000. They chatted animatedly among themselves, eagerly awaiting the start of tonight’s Wrestling Night in the Heartland.

Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall stood in the center of the ring, their presence commanding the attention of the audience. The crowd noise gradually subsided as Thunderbolt, MVW’s play-by-play voice, raised the microphone to his lips and began to speak.

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Wrestling Night in the Heartland!” Thunderbolt announced, his voice echoing throughout the arena. The crowd roared in response, drowning out any sounds other than their collective excitement.

“Tonight,” he continued, “we have an incredible lineup for you all! Are you ready, Valparaiso?”

“Of course they’re ready, Thunderbolt!” interjected ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall, MVW’s color commentator. He was easily excitable and could barely contain his enthusiasm. “I can feel the energy in this place, and I know our wrestlers are going to put on one hell of a show!”

“Indeed, they will, Rick” Thunderbolt agreed. “Let’s get right down to it. Tonight’s first match is a #2 vs. #3 Women’s Tag Team Contender’s match, featuring Jill Berg Enterprises taking on Laney Harrison and McLean Oswald.”

“Whoo!” Rick exclaimed. “That’s going to be a good one, no doubt about it! But moving on to the Men’s Tag Team Division, we’ve got a massive #1 Contender’s match between No Quarter and The Kings of the Wild Frontier!”

“Absolutely, Rick” Thunderbolt confirmed. “And in the Men’s Singles Division, we have a #1 Contender’s match between John O’Reilly and Luke Woods. Both men are hungry for a title shot against ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson, and I can’t wait to see what they bring to the ring tonight.”

“Me neither, Thunderbolt!” Rick added excitedly. “But let’s not forget our main event! Jennifer Colton will be defending her Women’s title once again against Jill Berg Enterprises’ own Victoria McGill!”

“Without a doubt, that match is going to be a fun one.” Thunderbolt agreed, his voice filled with anticipation. “So, without further ado, let’s send it right to the ring for the first match of the night!”

As the scene ended, the crowd erupted into another thunderous roar, their excitement reaching a fever pitch.

“Let’s send it to Heather Cooper in the ring for our first match,” Thunderbolt said.

MATCH #1-#2 vs. #3 WOMEN’S TAG TEAM CONTENDER’S MATCH: Jill Berg Enterprises vs. Laney Harrison and McLean Oswald


Laney Harrison

AGE: 21 / HT: 5’ 10” WT: 110 / HOME:  Rich Hill, MO
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: High Flyer / FIN: Shooting Star Press

McLean Oswald

AGE: 22 / HT: 6’ 0” WT: 112 / HOME: Damascus, OR
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Power / FIN: Face Slam

Jill Berg Enterprises

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


“Big win for Jill Berg Enterprises, Thunderbolt,” Rick concurred.  “Harrison and Oswald refused to back down and they had their chances.  But Carrigan and Miller overcame the resistance they put up to pull out the win.”

The atmosphere in the Athletics-Recreation Center was electric as the crowd cheered wildly for Jill Berg Enterprises’ victory. Kellie Burkowski, MVW’s 24-year-old backstage interviewer, entered the ring with a microphone in hand, her blonde hair bouncing with each step. The audience’s anticipation hung thick in the air as they awaited the impending interview.

Jill Berg
CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises

“Congratulations on your win tonight, Jill,” Kellie began, directing her gaze towards Jill Berg who stood confidently in the ring, flanked by Sheline Carrigan, Madison Miller, and Victoria McGill. “It seems that Carrigan and Miller are really starting to gel as a tag team. What are your expectations for them moving forward?”

Jill smirked and glanced at her teammates before addressing Kellie. “You’re right, Kellie. Carrigan and Miller are coming together to become a force to be reckoned with. They’ve learned from two weeks ago, and I fully expect them to erase that blemish on our record when The Working Girls stole a win from us.”

As Jill spoke, Carrigan and Miller exchanged determined looks, their eyes filled with fire and ambition. The crowd buzzed with excitement, sensing that a new power had emerged in the Women’s Tag Team Division.

Kellie continued, turning her attention to the upcoming Women’s Title match. “Now, Jill, let’s talk about Victoria McGill and her match against Jennifer Colton tonight. Tori finally gets the title shot that she lost after ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson’s Southern Fried Powerbomb before her match against Jennifer Colton at the Heartland pay-per-view show after the Adam Ellis-John Sektor incident.”

Jill’s expression darkened as she recalled the injustice of that night. “Ray McAvay may be the majority owner of MVW, but he never should have taken away the opportunity from Tori. The match should have been postponed and Victoria should have had her shot at the title last month.  No matter, tonight she’s going to prove that she belongs in that ring with Jennifer Colton.  Tori is ready for this match, and I fully expect her to walk out of this arena as the new Women’s Champion because Jill Berg Enterprises means business.”

“Thank you for your time, Jill,” Kellie said, wrapping up the interview. She turned towards the camera and addressed the viewers at home. “There you have it, folks! Tori McGill of Jill Berg Enterprises versus Jennifer Colton later on tonight for the title. Back to you, Thunderbolt.”

“Thanks, Kellie,” Thunderbolt replied, his voice steady and even-keeled as always. “Ladies and gentlemen, we’ll be right back after a short commercial break. Don’t go anywhere, because Wrestling Night in the Heartland continues!”


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Back from commercial break…

“Let’s go back to the ring for our next match,” Thunderbolt said as Heather Cooper slips through the ropes.

MATCH #2-MEN’S TAG TEAM DIVISION-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH: The Kings of the Wild Frontier vs. No Quarter

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

No Quarter

Bracken Krueger
“The Lakeshore Leviathan”
AGE: 30 / HT: 6’11” WT: 290 / HOME: Chicago, Illinois
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Into the Deep (over-the-shoulder Fisherman’s Driver)

Daryn Thompson
The Texas Technician, The Daughter of Dust

AGE: 28 / HT: 6’ 0” WT: 165 / HOME: Dallas, Texas
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Technical/submissionist / FIN: Legacy Lock (Anaconda vice)
THEME MUSIC: “Kicking and Screaming” – Blues Saracino

“WOW!” Rick Hall shouted.

“NO QUARTER WINS!” Thunderbolt exclaimed.

“Thunderbolt, Daryn Thompson again was the difference maker over the Kings of the Wild Frontier,” Hall said as he analyzed the results. “We wondered how she would react wrestling against men and she’s come through with flying colors.”

“Daryn gets the submission over Boone Daniels and No Quarter is again on a collision course with the Men’s Tag Team champions- The Stevens Dynasty.” Thunderbolt paused and continued. “All right, it’s commercial break time again. We’ll be back right after these messages.”



The camera cut back from commercial break, and the raucous crowd framed Kellie Burkowski as she stood in the ring, microphone in hand. The ring lights cast a bright halo around her blonde hair. Flanking Kellie were Bracken Krueger, the imposing 6’11” Lakeshore Leviathan, and Daryn Thompson, the lean Texas Technician with a gaze that could make grown men cower.

“Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen!” Kellie announced, her voice professional and clear, despite the noise that filled the arena. “I’m here with No Quarter’s Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson to discuss their recent victory and upcoming match against The Stevens Dynasty!”

Daryn’s eyes narrowed at the mention of her opponents, while Krueger cracked his knuckles in anticipation.

“Bracken, Daryn,” Kellie began, turning her attention to them. “Cary Stevens has been saying that Daryn got a ‘lucky shot in’ when she punched George Stevens over the top rope. What’s your response to that?”

“Ah don’t care one lick what Cary says,” Daryn drawled, a smirk playing on her lips. “Ah caught ol’ Georgie boy right on the button, an’ Ah sat back an’ enjoyed the show as he toppled outta that ring like a sack of potatoes.”

Krueger nodded his agreement, his massive frame casting a shadow over the two women. “And let’s not forget Daryn’s submission finisher – the Legacy Lock,” he added. “It’s been getting the job done every time. I see no reason for us to change anything.”

Kellie glanced between the two wrestlers, noticing the fire in their eyes. The air inside the ring crackled with tension, and it was evident that they were ready for the upcoming battle against The Stevens Dynasty.

“Thank you, Bracken and Daryn,” said Kellie, wrapping up the interview. “We’ll see how this all plays out in your match against The Stevens Dynasty!”

As the crowd roared with anticipation, Daryn’s mind raced with plans and strategies while Krueger’s thoughts were fixed on making their opponents pay inside the ring. Their resolve was clear: No Quarter wasn’t going to be intimidated by Cary Stevens or anyone else in their path.

“Ghost Riders in the Sky” by The Outlaws blared through the public address system, instantly igniting the atmosphere with seething anticipation. The Men’s Tag Team champions The Stevens Dynasty emerged from behind the curtain, Cary leading the way with an air of arrogance, followed closely by Bo and George. The trio descended towards the ring, their eyes locked on Krueger and Daryn.

The Stevens Dynasty: Cary Stevens, Bo Stevens, and George Stevens

Climbing into the ring, Cary’s gaze met those of Krueger and Thompson in an intense staredown, as if attempting to pierce their very souls. The tension in the air thickened, hanging heavy like a storm cloud ready to burst.

“Y’all think you can just waltz in here, disrespectin’ me an’ my family?” Cary spat venomously towards Daryn. “Well, let me tell ya somethin’, little lady.”

Daryn clenched her fists, her anger simmering beneath the surface. She knew they had struck a nerve, but she refused to back down.

“Ah’m all ears,” she replied defiantly, holding Cary’s contemptuous stare.

Cary snorted derisively. “This ain’t sports entertainment or the home of the superstar. This is combat sports, and it’s my house.” He jabbed a finger towards Krueger and Daryn. “No Quarter’s disrespected me an’ the Stevens. You can’t mess with my people or my family. Ah’m not havin’ any of that.”

The two teams were now inches apart, their faces mere breaths away from each other’s. The crowd roared, hungry for the impending clash. It was at this moment that MVW security rushed down to the ring, interposing themselves between the two factions before things could escalate further.

As the guards formed a barrier between them, Daryn couldn’t help but roll her eyes. Cary’s words rang hollow in her ears, nothing more than a desperate attempt to intimidate them. She glanced at Krueger, his massive frame towering over everyone else in the ring. His eyes bore into Cary with the intensity of a thousand suns, and she knew they shared the same unyielding resolve.

The crowd continued to buzz with excitement as the security team escorted the Stevens Dynasty out of the ring, their gazes still locked with No Quarter. It was clear to everyone present that this rivalry was far from over, and the impending showdown would be one for the ages.

The tension in the ring finally began to dissipate as MVW security escorted the Stevens Dynasty out. Thunderbolt Smith, MVW’s play-by-play voice, took the opportunity to shift the audience’s attention elsewhere. “Folks, let’s take a moment to look back at the dominant title run of Men’s champion ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson,” he said, his voice steady and even-keeled.

The giant screen above the entrance ramp flickered to life, displaying a vignette highlighting Dickinson’s impressive 420-day title run. The Southern Brawler was shown standing tall in the ring, sweat dripping down his face, a fierce determination in his eyes. The video cut to a series of brutal and hard-hitting highlights from some of his most memorable matches. As the clips played, Thunderbolt narrated over the footage, “Bill Dickinson is currently on day 420 of his title run, inching closer to Charlie Blackwell’s record of 498 days.”

Dickinson’s devastating Southern Fried Powerbomb was showcased in each highlight, emphasizing the raw power he brought to every match. The crowd roared with approval as they relived the moments when he defeated John O’Reilly, Bracken Krueger, and Ricky Stevens. Each victory solidified his reputation as an ornery, straight-talking, no-nonsense competitor.

“Y’all best believe that ol’ Redneck ain’t gonna give up that title without one helluva fight,” Dickinson said in a recent interview in the montage from the video screen.

As the vignette came to a close, the camera returned to Thunderbolt, who addressed the audience once more. “There you have it, folks. ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson is proving to be one of the toughest competitors in MVW history. Will he surpass Charlie Blackwell’s record? We’ll just have to wait and see.”

“Stay with us, ladies and gentlemen,” he continued, his voice rising with excitement. “We’ll be right back after this commercial break.” The screen faded to black, leaving the crowd buzzing with anticipation for the next segment of the show.

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
November 10th – Xtream Arena / Coralville, IA
November 11th – Cedar Rapids Ice Arena / Cedar Rapids, IA
November 12th – Vibrant Arena / Moline, IL
November 17th – Hinkhouse Gymnasium / Nevada, MO
November 18th –  Warren Hearnes Center / Columbia, MO
November 21st – Hulman Center / Terre Haute, IN
November 24th – Carson Center /Paducah, KY
November 25th –  Banterra Center / Carbondale, IL
November 26th – Racer Arena / Murray, KY

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Sanctioned Violence Organization

The camera zoomed back into focus as the commercial break ended, Thunderbolt Smith’s voice cutting through the noise. “We’re back, folks, and now we send it over to Kellie Burkowski, who’s backstage with Jennifer Colton.”

Kellie, a young blonde reporter, stood beside Jennifer Colton, the Women’s Champion. Bright lights illuminated their faces, casting sharp shadows against the concrete walls of the backstage area.

“Jennifer,” Kellie began, her voice steady and professional. “Tonight you face Victoria McGill. Tell us your thoughts going into this match.”

Jennifer’s eyes narrowed, her grip tightening on the championship belt slung over her shoulder. “Well, Kellie, part of me wanted to wipe out Tori at Heartland. But the other part knows she got what was coming to her.” A smirk played across her lips. “I don’t care about all that, though. Tonight, I’m gonna show Tori – and everyone else – just why I’m the Women’s Champion.”

As Kellie nodded, Jennifer continued, her tone softening. “You know, I wouldn’t be here without my family. My father, Jake, and my brothers – they’ve been my rock. And my time in MVW has been incredible.”

She looked around the bustling backstage area, taking in the energy that crackled through the air. “The competition is fierce; there are so many talented women wrestlers here. Lisa Barbosa-Stevens, Shizuko Yamazaki, Yosemite Samantha… the list goes on.”

A proud smile spread across Jennifer’s face, her hand resting protectively on her championship belt. “I feel fortunate to have held this title for over three months. And I’ll fight like hell to keep it that way.”

Kellie smiled, giving Jennifer an encouraging pat on the shoulder before turning back to the camera. “Thank you, Jennifer. Good luck tonight.”

The camera cut to a lavish dressing room, one that could only belong to the Sports Entertainment Corporation. Plush leather sofas lined the walls, bathed in the soft glow of carefully placed mood lighting. A sleek glass coffee table was adorned with an assortment of gourmet snacks and high-end beverages. The unmistakable scent of success permeated the air, mingling with the rich aroma of Cuban cigars.

In the center of this opulent domain stood ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann, impeccably dressed as always and radiating confidence. Beside him was his protégé, Luke Woods, who looked every bit the part of a future champion with his chiseled physique and intense gaze.

‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Mr. McMann

“Luke,” Mr. McMann began, clapping a hand on the young man’s shoulder, “I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – you, my friend, are the future of this business.”

Woods allowed the faintest trace of a smile to cross his face, clearly pleased by his mentor’s praise. Meanwhile, McMann’s eyes gleamed with ambition as he continued.

“Look at you, son. You’ve got all the physical attributes necessary to become a great sports entertainer. Power, agility, charisma… and tonight, John O’Reilly is going to find out just how overmatched and out of his depth he really is when compared to you.”

Luke’s grin widened ever so slightly, his thoughts already turning to the showdown that awaited him in the ring. He imagined the satisfying impact of his fists against O’Reilly’s face and the roar of the crowd as they witnessed his triumph.

“Mark my words, Luke” McMann declared, his voice swelling with conviction. “Soon enough, the SEC will hold gold. And you will be leading the charge, my friend.”

“Thank you, Mr. McMann,” Luke replied, his tone infused with determination. “I won’t let you or the SEC down.”

“Good,” McMann nodded, his expression serious but approving. “Now go get ready. Tonight’s the night we show the world what the future of this industry truly looks like.”

As Luke Woods strode off to prepare for his match, Mr. McMann surveyed his luxurious surroundings with a satisfied smirk. The wheels were in motion, and soon the entirety of MVW would be bowing before the might of the Sports Entertainment Corporation.

Back to the announcer’s table, Thunderbolt Smith’s eyes flashed with excitement as he prepared to send it over to Kellie Burkowski backstage. “Ladies and gentlemen, let’s hear from John O’Reilly himself. Kellie, take it away.”

The camera cut to Kellie, her blonde hair shimmering under the bright lights, standing next to the scrappy, focused John O’Reilly. She didn’t waste any time getting down to business. “John, Mr. McMann had some strong words about your match against Luke Woods tonight. What’s your response?”

O’Reilly’s jaw set, his blue eyes narrowing as he considered the question. He took a deep breath before replying, “I ain’t got nothin’ to say to Mr. McMann.” O’Reilly’s tone was gruff but determined. “I’m gonna do what I always do in that ring – grind through the match and try to pop my Cannonball Right Hand.”

Kellie nodded, understanding the intensity behind O’Reilly’s words. Behind the camera, the noise of the restless crowd filtered through, but O’Reilly seemed unfazed by it all.

“Thanks, John,” Kellie said, flashing him a quick smile before turning back to face the camera. “Back to you, Thunderbolt.”

As the screen shifted back to Thunderbolt Smith, he could feel the anticipation in the air. The audience was ready for action; they craved the high-stakes drama that only professional wrestling could deliver. With a nod to the camera, he announced, “It’s time for our next match, folks. Let’s send it to the lovely Heather Cooper in the ring.”

MATCH #3-MEN’S DIVISION #1 CONTENDER’S MATCH: #2 Luke Woods vs. #1 John O’Reilly
The camera panned to Heather, her sultry curves accentuated by her form-fitting dress. She held the microphone with poise, her dark eyes sparkling with excitement as she prepared to announce the upcoming match.

Luke Woods
AGE: 21 / HT: 6’3” WT: 200 / HOME: St. Louis, MO
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Arm Octopus Hold
ENTRANCE MUSIC: Generic Upbeat Music

John O’Reilly
AGE: 35 / HT: 5’ 10” WT: 200 / HOME: Atheny, Ireland
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Cannonball Right hand
THEME MUSIC: ‘John O’Reilly’- Charlie Robison


“Thunderbolt, Luke Woods withstood John O’Reilly’s hard-hitting offense,” Hall commented. “O’Reilly sent him out of the ring twice and the second time, Woods turned the table with the Lungblower and got back into the ring before the count.”

“Luke Woods will face ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson in two weeks for the MVW Men’s title,” Thunderbolt said.  “Main event coming up right after these commercial messages.

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SHOOT Project

The camera cut to Kellie Burkowski, her blonde hair shining under the studio lights as she stood ready to deliver the Heartland Report. The excitement in her eyes was palpable, reflecting the energy of the crowd from the earlier matches.

“Fans, we’ve had an incredible night of action here at MVW, and I’m here to give you a rundown of what’s happened so far,” Kellie began, her voice filled with enthusiasm. “In a shocking turn of events, ‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot defeated four-time Women’s champion Lisa Barbosa-Stevens to become the new Women’s Heartland champion!”

‘Queen of the Trailer Park’ Lani Harlot

Her words echoed the disbelief that coursed through the arena earlier when Harlot seized her opportunity and caught Barbosa-Stevens in the devastating White Trash Compactor. As if time had slowed, the crowd gasped in unison as Harlot executed her finisher with precision, securing her second Women’s Heartland title reign.

“Harlot’s first title reign dates back to September 2020, but this victory tonight truly solidifies her as a force to be reckoned with in the women’s division,” Kellie continued, unable to suppress her astonishment. “But let’s not forget about the Men’s Heartland title match!”

Kellie shifted gears, recounting the brutal battle between champion Cletus T. Johnson and challenger ‘Rock Star’ Robbie Marrs. “Johnson managed to survive a slam-bang battle with Marrs to retain the Heartland title,” she said, her voice rising as she remembered the intensity of the match. “Both men gave it their all, leaving everything in the ring.”

As Kellie wrapped up the report, the camera cut back to Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall at the commentator’s table. Thunderbolt, still reeling from the previous matches, knew it was time to shift focus to the main event.

“Thank you, Kellie,” Thunderbolt said, nodding in her direction. “Now, fans, it’s time for our main event for the Women’s Title!” The anticipation in his voice spread throughout the arena like wildfire, as the crowd prepared themselves for the epic clash to come.

MAIN EVENT-WOMEN’S TITLE: Jennifer Colton © vs. Victoria McGill
“Let’s send it to Heather Cooper in the ring,” he continued, signaling for the camera to pan towards the sultry brunette ring announcer. As the scene ended, Heather Cooper stood confidently in the center of the ring, her curves accentuated by the spotlight that now shone upon her. With microphone in hand, she was ready to set the stage for the thrilling main event that would surely leave the audience on the edge of their seats.

Victoria McGill
AGE: 25 / HT: 6’ 2″ WT: 140 / HOME: Killeen, TX
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Gutwrench Facebuster
THEME MUSIC: “Twisted Ambition”- Samantha Fish

Jennifer Colton
“Women’s Champion”

AGE: 21 / 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 arena was a cacophony of adrenaline and excitement as the main event reached its climax. Victoria McGill, with a sinister grin on her face, had just won the match via count-out. Jennifer Colton, the Women’s Champion, found herself trapped on the floor in the corner of Jill Berg Enterprises, and it was evident that all hell was about to break loose.

But before Colton could react, Jill Berg and Prisoner #034291 closed in on her like a pack of wolves, their eyes filled with malice. The duo began to mercilessly pummel Colton, each punch and kick landing with brutal precision. Amidst the chaos, Tori McGill rushed into the fray, eager to join in on the assault. With a wicked smile, she grabbed Colton by the hair and delivered a devastating Gutwrench Facebuster, driving her skull into the unforgiving canvas. The champion lay motionless on the mat, the crowd’s cheers turning into concerned murmurs.

Suddenly, a deafening roar erupted from the audience as Ginny Van Lear sprinted down the ramp towards the ring.

Ginny Van Lear

Fueled by determination, she leaped onto the apron and launched herself at Tori McGill, connecting with a vicious MMA-style flying kick that knocked her out cold.

“YES! That’s what I’m talking about!” Ginny screamed, her eyes locked on her fallen foe. However, her moment of triumph was short-lived, as Prisoner #034291 blindsided her with a forearm shot to the back of the head.

“Nice try, sweetheart,” sneered Jill Berg as she spun around and connected with a spinning heel kick that sent Ginny crashing to the mat.

The crowd’s hope began to fade, but then another thunderous cheer erupted as Harley Davisson and Carrieanne McDermott, the returning Missouri Valley Fight Club, PLUS ‘EXTREME PIZZA DELIVERY GIRL’ TESSA MARTIN, charged towards the ring.

‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin

Their eyes blazed with fury as they sprinted down the ramp, ready to kick some ass.

Prisoner #034291 and Jill Berg exchanged glances before grabbing the unconscious Tori McGill and hastily retreating through the crowd to escape the wrath of the MVFC and Tessa- who recently was fired from Jill Berg Enterprises.

“Come on! I dare you to come back!” Tessa yelled at the fleeing villains, her fists clenched in anger. With the arena still buzzing with excitement, the members of the MVFC helped the battered Colton and Van Lear to their feet, vowing to stand by them and protect them from any further attacks.

As the chaos in the ring began to settle down, Thunderbolt Smith, MVW’s play-by-play voice, shifted his focus back to the camera. With an air of professionalism, he maintained his composure despite the exhilarating events that had just unfolded.

“Wow, folks, what a night it has been here at MVW!” Thunderbolt exclaimed, the excitement evident in his voice.

“Indeed, Thunderbolt,” Hall said.  “We’ve seen some shocking title changes, and a three-on-one attack that was thwarted by the returning Missouri Valley Fight Club with ‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin looking for revenge after she was fired by Jill Berg Enterprises. The landscape of women’s wrestling in MVW has certainly changed tonight.”

“But now, it’s time to say goodnight,” Thunderbolt said, his tone shifting to a more somber note. “Thank you all for joining us for another unforgettable night of MVW action. We’ll see you again next week for even more hard-hitting, high-flying excitement!”

With a final nod to the camera, Thunderbolt Smith concluded the broadcast.

-WOMEN’S TAG TEAM DIVISION-#2 vs. #3 CONTENDER’S MATCH: #2 Jill Berg Enterprises defeated #3 Laney Harrison/McLean Oswald at 7:10
-MEN’S TAG TEAM DIVISION-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH: #1 No Quarter defeated #2 The Kings of the Wild Frontier at 23:07
-MEN’S DIVISION-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH: #2 Luke Woods defeated #1 John O’Reilly at 7:12
-WOMEN’S TITLE: Victoria McGill defeated Jennifer Colton at 5:10 via count-out- Colton retains the title

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