12/12-Carmondy Cup Finals on HOTv


Carmondy Cup Semi-Final Results:
-Tag Team Champions The Hanson Sisters (Andrea and Melissa) defeated The Missouri Valley Fight Club (Carrieanne McDermott and Harley Davisson)
-Jill Berg Enterprises (Sheline Carrigan and Madison Miller) defeated The Working Girls (C.J. Lewis and ‘Queen Cool’ Leah Iris)
-The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) defeated The Alabama Gang (R.G. Jenkins/Mark Hendry)
-Kings of the Wild Frontier (Boone Daniels and Crockett Davies) defeated Men’s Tag Team Champions No Quarter (Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson)
-Amberley Stanton defeated ‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin
-Victoria McGill defeated Tammie Hardy
-The Masked Texan defeated Cletus T. Johnson
-Scott Stevens defeated ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson

Missouri Valley Wrestling
Carmondy Cup Finals
Joseph J. Gentile Center
Chicago, Illinois
Tuesday December 12th, 2023

Announcers: Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall

Backstage Interviewer: Kellie Burkowski

Ring Announcer: Heather Cooper


There was a definite electricity in the air as the sold-out Joseph Gentile Center in Chicago, Illinois erupted in cheers and chants. The ring was surrounded by a sea of enthusiastic fans, all eagerly awaiting the start of Wrestling Night in the Heartland.

In the center of the ring stood Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall.

“Hello everyone,” boomed Thunderbolt’s voice through the microphone, “and welcome to Wrestling Night in the Heartland. Tonight, we are at the Joseph Gentile Center in Chicago for the finals of the prestigious Carmondy Cup.”

The crowd erupted into deafening cheers and applause at the mention of the Carmondy Cup.

“That’s right, Thunderbolt,” Rick Hall said.  “This year’s tournament brought out the best of the best in the 24 men’s and women’s singles participants, 12 men’s and women’s tag teams.”

We see the winners of last year’s Carmondy Cup in a quick video vignette.  The defending champions are:
-Men’s: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson
-Women’s: Victoria McGill
-Men’s Tag Team: The Stevens Dynasty
-Women’s Tag Team: Jill Berg Enterprises

“Tonight, The Hanson Sisters, The Stevens Dynasty, and Victoria McGill can become two-time winners of the Carmondy Cup.”  Thunderbolt paused, soaking in the energy from the crowd before continuing, “Let’s run down the four final matches that will determine who takes home the trophy tonight.”

-WOMEN’S TAG TEAM FINAL: Jill Berg Enterprises vs. The Hanson Sisters
-MEN’S TAG TEAM FINAL: The Stevens Dynasty vs. The Kings of the Wild Frontier
-WOMEN’S FINAL: Amberley Stanton vs. Victoria McGill
-MEN’S FINAL: The Masked Texan vs. Scott Stevens

The anticipation grew even more as Thunderbolt listed off each match, with roars of excitement coming from different sections of the arena as their favorite wrestlers were announced.

The arena was buzzing with anticipation as Thunderbolt turned to his broadcast partner, Rick Hall. The crowd’s cheers and chants were almost deafening, but the seasoned commentators didn’t miss a beat.

“Rick?” Thunderbolt asked, raising his voice to be heard over the roar of the audience. “Your thoughts on tonight’s matches.”

“Thunderbolt,” Hall began, adjusting his headset. “Jill Berg Enterprises is guaranteed the title shot at the St. Louis Supershow next month regardless if they win or lose tonight.” He paused, letting the information sink in for both the viewers at home and the thousands in attendance.

“But a win tonight would give them some much-needed momentum going into their title challenge this Sunday at Night of Champions against Women’s Tag Team Champions, The Hanson Sisters,” he continued.

The crowd erupted into cheers at the mention of the popular champions. They were known for their incredible athleticism and strong bond as sisters, making them fan favorites.

“The Stevens Dynasty has certainly been on a roll lately as the tag team is fighting hard to regain the tag belts,” Hall went on. “And then there’s Scott Stevens.  Stevens defeated MVW Champion ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson in the Carmondy Cup semi-finals and last night at HOW’s Chaos 53 show, Stevens defeated Michael Lee Best and Darin Zion to become the new HOW World Champion.”

The audience erupted into applause and cheers at the mention of Scott Stevens’ impressive victories.

“Scott Stevens has had one hell of a week,” Thunderbolt interjected.

“So Bo and George Stevens are going to face a tough test tonight against the young and hungry Kings of the Wild Frontier,” Hall concluded. “And the Masked Texan is going up against the new HOW world champion.  This will be an interesting night.”

Thunderbolt nodded in agreement, giving a nod to both teams as they made their way to the ring.

“Then we have Amberley Stanton versus Victoria McGill,” added Thunderbolt, gesturing towards the two women who were already in the ring, preparing for their match.

“Tori McGill is on fire right now,” Hall said. “She proved herself by defeating Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton in the quarterfinals of the Carmondy Cup but Amberley Stanton has also impressed during the Carmondy Cup tournament.”

The crowd erupted into cheers and applause once again, showing their support for the rising star.

“A win tonight would put Victoria McGill in prime position to win back the Women’s Title,” Hall continued. “She’ll have three consecutive chances at Colton – this Sunday at Night of Champions, in January at the St. Louis Supershow, and then February 7th.”

The audience roared with excitement, eagerly awaiting what was sure to be an intense and competitive match between two talented women.

“Ladies and gentlemen, we are moments away from the highly-anticipated Carmondy Cup Women’s Tag Team finals! The atmosphere is electric as fans eagerly await the clash between Jill Berg Enterprises and the reigning Women’s Tag Team champions, The Hanson Sisters,” Thunderbolt announced over the uproar of the crowd. As the cameras panned to showcase the excited audience, Thunderbolt continued, “It’s been a long road for both teams, with Jill Berg Enterprises defeating The Working Girls in an impressive display last Saturday night and The Hanson Sisters taking down former 4-time champions, The Missouri Valley Fight Club.”

Cut to a video montage of highlights from both teams’ journey to the finals.

The camera then zooms back into the arena where Heather Cooper stands in the center of the ring, microphone in hand. “And now, without further ado, let’s go to Heather Cooper for the official introductions!” Thunderbolt exclaimed as cheers erupted once again and the camera panned over to Heather Cooper, standing confidently in the center of the ring, ready to introduce the competitors. She flashed a bright smile at the camera, her brown hair shimmering under the arena lights.
“Welcome everyone to the Carmondy Cup finals!” Heather exclaimed.


Heather paused for the applause.

“Introducing first…”

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Jill Berg Enterprises
CEO: Jill Berg
AGE: 37 /HT: 5′ 4″ WT: 90 /  HOME: New York City, NY
FIN: Spinning Heel Kick
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
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
WITH: Prisoner #034291

The Hanson Sisters
– The hockey-loving Hanson Sisters always bring their hockey sticks to the ring and wear their thick black horn-rimmed glasses while dressed in their retro Charlestown Chief hockey uniforms.
Andrea Hanson
AGE: 27 / HT: 5′ 11″ WT: 160 / HOME: Red Lake, MN
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Brawler-Goon / FIN: High Stick
Melissa Hanson
AGE: 28 / HT: 6′ 0″ WT: 164 / HOME: Red Lake, MN
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Brawler-Goon / FIN: CHECK!-mate
THEME MUSIC: ‘Hit Somebody’- Warren Zevon
WITH: Coach Reg and Charissa Hanson

“SHELINE CARRIGAN OFF THE TOP TURNBUCKLE FOR THE WIN!” Thunderbolt said as Carrigan and Madison Miller embraced in the ring. “Jill Berg Enterprises win the 2023 Women’s Tag Team Carmondy Cup!” The rest of Thunderbolt’s commentary was drowned out by the deafening cheers and screams for their favorite wrestler, who had risen to fame with her explosive maneuvers and fierce determination.

Disappointed, the Hanson Sisters rolled out of the ring, their defeat evident on their defeated faces. Meanwhile, Jill Berg of Jill Berg Enterprises congratulated Carrigan and Miller on their well-deserved win. Even Prisoner #034291, known for her icy demeanor and intimidating presence, couldn’t help but look impressed by the victorious team.

The JBE cameraman rolled in to properly document the event with a photo of Jill Berg, Sheline Carrigan, and Madison Miller.

“Thunderbolt, Jill Berg Enterprises finally get their win over The Hanson Sisters,” Hall said, analyzing what happened. “They face the Hansons this Sunday for the Women’s Tag Team title and no matter what happens- these two teams will meet against at Night of Champions.”

As Thunderbolt and Hall discussed the intense match that had just taken place, MVW owners Ray McAvay and Joe Bergman made their way to the ring with the Carmondy Cup trophy. With pride and excitement shining in their eyes, they presented it to none other than CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises herself, Jill Berg.

“That’s right, Rick,” Thunderbolt said as the crowd erupted once again when Jill Berg lifted the trophy high above her head and Jill Berg Enterprises soaked up every moment of this historic occasion. “All eyes now turn towards the looming Night of Champions event where Jill Berg Enterprises will once again face off against The Hanson Sisters for the Women’s Tag Team title in what will be a highly anticipated rematch. Match one down. Three more finals to go. Let’s take a commercial break and we will be right back after this.”


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The arena was buzzing with excitement as the camera cut back to Thunderbolt and Hall at their seats at the commentary desk.

“The next match is a highly anticipated one,” Thunderbolt informed the viewers. Between one of the top tag teams in Missouri Valley Wrestling- The Stevens Dynasty and a young and quickly improving tag team in The Kings of the Wild Frontier.”

Suddenly, the crowd erupted into deafening cheers as a video vignette played on the big screen, showcasing The Stevens Dynasty’s recent victory over The Alabama Gang in Hays, Kansas. The energy only intensified as another video followed, showing The Kings of the Wild Frontier shocking MVW Tag Team Champions No Quarter the next night in Salina, Kansas.

The audience roared as the video came to an end.

“All right, let’s send it up for Heather Cooper in the ring,” Thunderbolt announced, his voice booming through the speakers.

The camera panned over to a petite figure, clad in a shimmering leotard and silvery tights, her brown hair pulled back into a tight bun. A look of determination flashed across her face as she stepped into the ring.

“It’s like she changes clothes in between every match,” Hall quipped.

Thunderbolt raised his index finger over his mouth. “Shhhhh.”

The crowd erupted into cheers and whistles, their excitement clear as a bell as they eagerly awaited the next match.


Heather paused for the applause.

“Introducing first…”

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 and Scott Stevens

Kings of the Wild Frontier
Crockett Davies
AGE: 21 / HT: 6’ 2” WT: 205 / HOME: Greene County, TN
ALIGN: Face  / STYLE: Brawler/Fighter / FIN: Shotgun Lariat
Boone Daniels
AGE: 19 / HT: 6’ 3” WT: 200 / HOME: Boonesborough, KY
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Technical  / FIN: Shotgun Lariat
THEME MUSIC: “Save a Horse”- Big and Rich


“The Stevens Dynasty continue their hot roll of results,” Thunderbolt said.

Hall analyzed the match. “Once again, Bo and George Stevens interject themselves into the match to assault their opponent in their corner and cause them to be counted out.”

As the roar of the crowd died down, Thunderbolt and Hall excitedly chatted about the epic match that had just taken place in the ring. They marveled at the displays of strength and athleticism from each player, reliving their favorite moments. Suddenly, the crowd’s attention was directed towards the entrance as MVW owners Ray McAvay and Joe Bergman made their way to the ring, carrying a shining trophy between them. The cheers grew louder as they presented it to Cary Stevens, who proudly held it aloft for all to see. The crowd erupted into a frenzy, clapping and cheering as they marveled at the beauty of the Carmondy Cup trophy. Bo and George Stevens basked in the glory of their victory, sharing hugs and high-fives with Scott Stevens.

“Okay, Women’s Carmondy Cup final next. Then the Men’s Carmondy Cup final after that,” Thunderbolt said. “We will be back with more after these messages.”



The stadium was filled with electric energy as the commercial break ended and we returned to Thunderbolt and Hall at the broadcast desk. The crowd erupted into a frenzy, clapping and cheering for their favorite wrestlers. Thunderbolt’s deep voice boomed over the loudspeakers, cutting through the noise of the excited fans.

“We are back,” Thunderbolt began, his eyes sparkling with excitement. “Two matches down, two repeat winners. Will Tori McGill be the third?”

The anticipation in the air was thick as the possibility of a new winner loomed over the audience.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if she was,” Hall chimed in.

Just then, the video screen came to life again, showcasing highlights from Victoria McGill’s stunning victory over Tammie Hardy on Saturday night, followed by Amberley Stanton’s impressive win against ‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin.

The cheers grew louder as the footage played, building up even more hype for the upcoming match.

“Heather?” Thunderbolt turned towards the ring announcer waiting in the ring with a glint of mischief in his eyes. “Let’s go.”

Heather Cooper nodded confidently at Thunderbolt before speaking into her microphone.

“OUR NEXT MATCH WILL BE ONE FALL FOR THE WOMEN’S CARMONDY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP!” Her words were met with a deafening roar from the crowd, who were on their feet in anticipation for what was to come.

Heather paused for a moment, soaking in the applause and cheers before continuing with her announcement.

“Introducing first…” She spoke slowly, letting the suspense build as she raised her hand dramatically towards the entrance ramp where both wrestlers would make their grand entrance… after CEO Jill Berg of Jill Berg Enterprises made hers.

Victoria McGill (Jill Berg Enterprises)
AGE: 25 / HT: 6’ 2″ WT: 140 / HOME: Killeen, TX
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: Gutwrench Facebuster
THEME MUSIC: “Twisted Ambition”- Samantha Fish
WITH: CEO Jill Berg, Prisoner #034291

Amberley Stanton
AGE: 23 / HT: 5’ 8” WT: 100 / HOME: Seward, NE
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Stanton Sleeper
THEME MUSIC: “Since You’ve Been Gone”- Kelly Clarkson

The crowd erupted as Victoria McGill knocked out her opponent with a foreign object, shocking everyone in the arena. Thunderbolt’s voice boomed through the speakers as he excitedly called out the action.


“How did Corrina Romanov NOT see that?” Hall asked incredulously, while the crowd booed and jeered at the deceitful move.

The crowd was split, some booing in disgust at Victoria’s underhanded tactics while others cheered in support of Jill Berg Enterprises. Thunderbolt shook his head in disapproval while Hall exclaimed that Amberley had put up one hell of a fight tonight.

Prisoner #034291 reached into the ring and snatched the foreign object before Romanov could discover it, causing even more chaos and outrage from the audience.

“She’s out!” Hall exclaimed, “Victoria McGill is going to win the Carmondy Cup finals for the second year in a row!”

Tori pumped her fist in the air, basking in the glory of her victory. Jill Berg and Prisoner #034291 rolled into the ring to celebrate with her, while

Thunderbolt shook his head at the controversial turn of events.

“And the crowd’s not happy one bit because Amberley wrestled one hell of a match tonight,” he remarked.

Ray McAvay and Joe Bergman appeared with the trophy for both Tori and CEO Jill Berg. The JBE cameraman captured the historic moment as they presented the Carmondy Cup trophy to Jill Berg and Victoria McGill.

“Tori McGill is sitting in the catbird seat,” said Hall, “with three guaranteed title challenges in the next several weeks.”

“While the celebration continues in the ring,” Thunderbolt said, “let’s send it to Kellie Burkowski who will report on the two Heartland #1 contender’s matches earlier in the show.”

Cut to Kellie backstage, where she stood in front of a chaotic scene as wrestlers rushed past her in excitement.

“Thanks, Thunderbolt,” Kellie said breathlessly, trying to catch her breath. “Felicia LaBarbara pulled off an impressive victory in a three-way #1 contender’s match, defeating both Tammie Hardy and Lani Harlot. She will now face Women’s Heartland Champion Kirsten Canfield at Night of Champions.”

The camera then cut to a backstage interview with Felicia, who was beaming with excitement and determination.

“I am ready to take on anyone for that title,” she declared confidently.

Kellie continued her report, “And in the Men’s Heartland #1 contender’s match, Randy Barrington emerged victorious against Buckshot Henderson and ‘Rock Star’ Robbie Marrs. He will now challenge new Heartland Champion Aaron Gray for the title.”

Thunderbolt’s voice boomed again through the speakers as he reported on the impressive wins for Jill Berg Enterprises and the Stevens Dynasty.

“Can the Stevens Dynasty cap off tonight and Scott Stevens his big weekend with another win?” He teased, building up anticipation for the upcoming main event. “We’ll find out next.”

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The arena was buzzing with excitement as the camera panned over the sea of cheering fans. The lights flickered and pyrotechnics exploded from the stage as the announcers’ voices boomed over the loudspeakers.

“Welcome back to Wrestling Night in the Heartland!” Thunderbolt’s voice echoed through the arena as they returned from a commercial break. “Saturday night, we witnessed Scott Stevens defeat MVW Champion ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson in the semi-finals. And then, last night…”

A video screen lit up, showing the final moments of Scott Stevens’ astonishing victory over Michael Lee Best and Darin Zion at Chaos 53 for the High Octane Wrestling World title.

“That’s right, folks,” Thunderbolt continued. “Scott Stevens is now not only the HOW World Champion, but tonight he has a chance to also become the Carmondy Cup winner and earn a guaranteed shot at the MVW title next month at the St. Louis Supershow. But standing in his way is this man.”

The crowd erupted into cheers as another video played, showcasing The Masked Texan’s impressive win over Cletus T. Johnson in the semi-finals on Saturday night.

“And let’s not forget,” Hall interjected. “Stevens had to wrestle two high-pressure matches within three days. How much has that taken out of him?”

“We’re about to find out because the moment has come,” Thunderbolt exclaimed dramatically. “Let’s go to our ring announcer, Heather Cooper.”

As Heather stood in the center of the ring, microphone in hand, she raised her voice above the roar of the audience.


The crowd exploded into deafening cheers and applause as Heather paused for a moment to let the excitement build.

“INTRODUCING FIRST,” she continued.

Scott Stevens
AGE: 43 / HT: 6′ 6″ WT: 265 / HOME: Houston, TX
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Power / FIN: Toxic Sting
THEME MUSIC: “Hellraiser”- Motorhead
WITH: Cary Stevens, Bo Stevens, George Stevens

The Masked Texan
AGE: 31 / HT: 6′ 4″ WT: 224 / HOME: Dallas, TX
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Technical-All Around / FIN: Katahajime

“This is it!” Thunderbolt declared.  “Here we go.”

“IT’S THE ALABAMA GANG!” Hall exclaimed.

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson, R.G. Jenkins, and Mark Hendry race down to come to The Masked Texan’s aid.

“The Masked Texan booted Stevens out of the ring and then made the mistake of following him out of the ring,” explained Thunderbolt.  “Which could have been catastrophic for the Masked Texan had not the Alabama Gang ran down to ringside.”

Referee Davey Keels resets the 10 count.

“All right, we HAVE to take a commercial break here,” Thunderbolt interjected.  “We will have the rest of this match after these commercial messages.

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“Welcome back to the Carmondy Cup finals!” Thunderbolt said.  “While we were gone, referee Davey Keels nearly sent both the Alabama Gang AND the Stevens Dynasty not involved in the match to the back.”

“But Davey changed his mind so now we’ve got The Alabama Gang in The Masked Texan’s corner,” explained Hall. “Which is a little awkward because if the Masked Texan wins, he faces Dickinson at the St. Louis Supershow.”

“Back to the match,” Thunderbolt said.

The deafening roar of the crowd filled the arena as Bo, George, and Cary Stevens mercilessly attacked The Masked Texan outside the ring. Inside the ring, the Alabama Gang’s Mark Hendry stomped away on Scott Stevens, their combined brutality causing a frenzy in the audience.

“IT’S CHAOS!” Thunderbolt Smith cried out over the din of the crowd.

“Thunderbolt,” Hall said over the noise.  “Referee Davey Keels got trucked by Scott Stevens. Bo, George, and Cary jumped The Masked Texan on the floor.”

As if on cue, No Quarter ran down to the ring and launched themselves at Bo and George, joining the fray with brutal efficiency. Rick Hall could barely contain his shock. “I can’t believe what I’m seeing, folks! All hell has broken loose!”

Amidst the cacophony of cheers and jeers, the bell suddenly rang out, slicing through the noise like a knife. “Wait a minute.  I think referee Davey Keels called for the bell!” Thunderbolt exclaimed, his voice tinged with surprise.

“But who’s the winner?” asked Hall.

Unfazed by the referee’s decision, Jenkins and Hendry continued to beat up Scott Stevens inside the ring, their fists hammering into him like pistons. Outside the ring, Bo, George, and Cary brawled with The Masked Texan, Bracken Krueger, and Daryn Thompson, their movements fueled by adrenaline and rage.

“Here comes MVW Security,” Hall noted, just as a swarm of black-clad guards began pouring from the entranceway.

“And there’s Ray McAvay and Joe Bergman,” added Thunderbolt, pointing out the two authority figures striding purposefully toward the chaos.

MVW Security quickly got in between the warring factions both on the floor and in the ring, trying to restore order amidst the anarchy. Keels, his face flushed with anger and exertion, approached ring announcer Heather Cooper, leaning in to deliver his decision.

Heather listened intently, nodding as she absorbed the information. As the security team worked to control the situation, her sultry voice rang out, delivering the referee’s message to the still roaring crowd. The chaos was far from over, but for now, there was a brief moment of order amidst the pandemonium.

With the chaos somewhat subdued, the ring was a tense battleground of glaring eyes and clenched fists. The Stevens Dynasty huddled together in one corner, their faces twisted in fury, while The Masked Texan stood defiantly with the Alabama Gang in another. In the center of the ring, Heather Cooper’s sultry voice cut through the din as she prepared to make an announcement.

“Referee Davey Keels has disqualified The Stevens Dynasty!” Heather declared, her words echoing through the arena. A cacophony of cheers and boos erupted from the crowd, creating a deafening wall of sound that shook the very foundations of the building.

The Stevens Dynasty stared at each other in disbelief, their mouths agape. They couldn’t believe what they were hearing. Meanwhile, The Masked Texan took a deep breath, steeling himself for whatever came next.

“And the winner of the Carmondy Cup is… The Masked Texan!” Heather announced triumphantly, gesturing towards the enigmatic wrestler. The crowd’s roar grew even louder, reaching a fever pitch. Outraged, Cary Stevens stormed across the ring and confronted Ray McAvay, his face red with anger.

“Are you kidding me, Ray? This is an absolute joke!” Cary spat, his voice barely audible over the commotion. McAvay held his ground, meeting Cary’s gaze with unyielding determination.

“Davey made the call, Cary. You guys interfered all through the match and he finally called you on it.  You have to respect it,” McAvay replied firmly. As their heated conversation continued, Joe Bergman handed the shiny Carmondy Cup trophy to The Masked Texan, who accepted it with a nod. MVW Security ushered The Stevens Dynasty out of the ring and toward the back, their protests fading into the distance.

Once they had disappeared, The Masked Texan addressed the audience, his voice filled with emotion. “I said I would remove my mask tonight and explain why I did this… And now, it’s time.” He slowly peeled off the mask, revealing his true identity. “IT’S CHARLIE BLACKWELL!” cried out Thunderbolt in shock.

“I don’t freakin’ believe it,” muttered Hall.  “I mean, I kind of wondered if that’s who it was… but still.”

“Redneck” Bill Dickinson stood stunned, unable to comprehend what had just happened. Blackwell glared at him with an intensity that could cut through steel. “I’m back for one reason and one reason only, Bill,” Blackwell declared. “If you want to break my 499-day record for the longest MVW title reign ever, you’re gonna have to beat me – Charlie Blackwell- to do it.”

The crowd roared their approval in anticipation of the impending showdown. Blackwell continued, “So you make sure you take care of Luke Woods on Sunday night, Bill. Then, it’s you and me at the St. Louis Supershow for the title… and for history.” The determination in his eyes left no doubt that he meant every word.

Blackwell and Dickinson glared at each other while the arena buzzed with a mixture of excitement and disbelief.

Thunderbolt and Hall quickly wrapped up the show, recounting the Carmondy Cup winners for the night: Jill Berg Enterprises (Women’s Tag Team), The Stevens Dynasty (Men’s Tag Team), Victoria McGill (Women’s) and Charlie Blackwell (Men’s). The scene faded out, leaving the audience to ponder the unbelievable events they had just witnessed, and what lay ahead for the MVW.

-WOMEN’S TAG TEAM CARMONDY CUP FINALS: Jill Berg Enterprises defeated The Hanson Sisters at 15:48
-MEN’S TAG TEAM CARMONDY CUP FINALS: The Stevens Dynasty defeated The Kings of the Wild Frontier at 12:49
-WOMEN’S CARMONDY CUP FINALS: Victoria McGill (Jill Berg Enterprises) defeated Amberley Stanton at 9:16
-MEN’S CARMONDY CUP FINALS: The Masked Texan aka… Charlie Blackwell defeated Scott Stevens at 39:41

Last, but not least… here is the card for Sunday night’s Night of Champions

December 17th – Night of Champions – Wintrust Arena / Chicago, IL
-Ricky Stevens vs. John O’Reilly
-Laney Harrison/McLean Oswald vs. The Working Girls
-Lisa Barbosa-Stevens vs. ‘Extreme Pizza Delivery Girl’ Tessa Martin
-Surf Express Bro vs. The Stevens Dynasty
-WOMEN’S HEARTLAND TITLE: Kirsten Canfield © vs. Felicia LaBarbara
-MEN’S HEARTLAND TITLE: Aaron Gray © vs. Randy Barrington
-WOMEN’S TAG TEAM TITLE: The Hanson Sisters © vs. Jill Berg Enterprises
-MEN’S TAG TEAM TITLE: No Quarter © vs. The Alabama Gang
-WOMEN’S TITLE: Jennifer Colton © vs. Victoria McGill- Steel Cage Match
-MEN’S TITLE: ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson © vs. Luke Woods



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