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Missouri Valley Wrestling
Wrestling Night in the Heartland
Banterra Center
Carbondale, Illinois
Tuesday April 30th, 2024


Announcers: Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall

Backstage Interviewer: Kellie Burkowski

Ring Announcer: Heather Cooper

EMM-VEE-DUBYA… EMM-VEE-DUBYA… EMM-VEE-DUBYA…

Opening
The roar of the crowd filled the Banterra Center as “Money” by Pink Floyd blared through the speakers, signaling the arrival of The Sports Entertainment Corporation. The SEC’s entourage exuded confidence and power, with ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Triple R leading the pack, his eyes scanning the audience with a cocky smirk. To his right, the newly crowned MVW Champion Luke Woods lifted his title belt high, basking in the glory of his recent victory. ‘The Mouthpiece of the SEC’ Phil Finebaum walked alongside them, his face stern but satisfied, while The Alabama Kid and Gator Bates flanked their leaders, their presence adding an imposing air to the procession.

MVW Champion Luke Woods

“Welcome to another explosive night of Wrestling Night in the Heartland!” Thunderbolt Smith’s voice thundered over the PA system, his tone steady and commanding. “We’re live from Carbondale, Illinois, with a four-match program that’s sure to set the wrestling world on fire!”

“Absolutely, Thunderbolt,” ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall chimed in, his voice tinged with excitement. “But before we dive into tonight’s action, it looks like the SEC has something to say.”

In the center of the ring now stood CSPN’s ace reporter Rebecca Morris, microphone in hand, ready to interview the victorious faction. Triple R, always relishing the spotlight, stepped forward, his smile widening as he absorbed the mixed reactions from the fans.


CSPN Reporter
Rebecca Morris

“Rebecca, let me tell you something,” Triple R began, his voice oozing charisma. “Luke Woods here has done more than just win a title; he’s ended the era of ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson. The SEC doesn’t just recruit wrestlers; we forge champions.”

Morris nodded, turning to Finebaum with a questioning look. The Mouthpiece didn’t miss a beat, seizing the opportunity to tout the corporation’s strategy. “Luke’s triumph is proof that every dime of our NIL money was well spent. We invest in excellence, and only the best of the best wear our colors.”

The crowd buzzed with anticipation as Triple R leaned in closer to Morris, a twinkle of mischief in his eyes. “And if you thought that was impressive, just wait until you see our next signing. It’s going to be big—a real game-changer for the SEC.”

The audience erupted, some with cheers, others with jeers, all hanging on the precipice of what the SEC had planned next. In the commentary booth, Thunderbolt Smith exchanged a knowing glance with ‘Long Haul’ Hall.

“Whatever the SEC has up their sleeve, it’s bound to be very interesting,” Thunderbolt declared, his words echoing the sentiment of everyone watching.

“Big promises from a big personality,” Hall added with a wry grin. “The SEC sure knows how to keep us on the edge of our seats.”

As the interview came to a close, the SEC members raised their arms in unison, confident and defiant in the face of the wrestling world, leaving the fans to wonder who would be the next star to align with their constellation of wrestling elite.

High Octane Wrestling

The Banterra Center was pulsing with the electric energy of anticipation as “Thunderbolt” Smith’s voice cut through the din, his tone the epitome of professionalism and excitement. “Ladies and gentlemen, we’re back live in Carbondale, Illinois for a night of high-octane action! We’ve got four incredible matches on tap for you tonight!”

“Long Haul” Rick Hall’s voice, tinged with a hint of southern twang and enthusiasm, chimed in. “That’s right, Thunderbolt! The tag team scene is heating up with Surf Express Bro taking on The Redneck Mafia—a true clash of styles if there ever was one!”

“Plus,” Thunderbolt continued, “we’ll see if Buckshot Henderson can outgun J.J. Bittinger in their contender’s match, and let’s not forget our main event—Jennifer Colton versus newcomer Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens. It’s gonna be a barn burner!”

“Speaking of barn burners,” Hall interjected with a grin in his voice, “let’s take it to the ring where Heather Cooper is ready to introduce our first competitors!”

MATCH #1-#3 vs. #4 Men’s Tag Team Division: #3 Surf Express Bro vs. #4 Redneck Mafia w/Lillie Mae
Heather Cooper, MVW’s sultry ring announcer, stood center stage, her brown eyes shimmering under the bright lights as she raised the microphone to her lips. Her voice, a smooth alto, filled the arena. “Our first match will be…”

“ONE FALL!” the crowd roared in unison, a chorus of wrestling aficionados completing the ritual chant.

“Introducing first,” Heather’s voice rose above the roar, “accompanied by ‘The Girl in Every Country Song’ Lillie Mae, from Hueysville, Kentucky and Garrett, Kentucky… Enos T. Johnson and Cletus T. Johnson… The Redneck Mafia!”

Redneck Mafia

Cletus T. Johnson
AGE: 39 / HT: 6′ 3″ WT: 300 / HOME: Hueysville, KY
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Kentucky Hoedown
THEME MUSIC: “But What Do I Know”- Robert Counts
Enos T. Johnson
AGE: 37 / HT: 6′ 1″ WT: 285 / HOME: Garrett, KY
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Redneck Brawler / FIN: Kentucky Hoedown
THEME MUSIC: “But What Do I Know”- Robert Counts
Valet: “The Girl in Every Country Song” Lillie Mae

“Here they come, folks,” Hall declared as the opening riff of Robert Counts’ “What Do I Know” echoed throughout the arena. The Johnsons strolled down the ramp, their gait confident and unhurried, exuding a sense of rugged charm only country boys could muster. Lillie Mae walked between them, her denim shorts and plaid shirt complementing their matching vests and cowboy hats. The trio soaked in the mixed reaction from the crowd, some cheering the hometown heroes, others booing the embodiment of rural bravado.

“And their opponents,” Heather’s voice once again commanded attention, “from the sunny shores of Pocatello, Idaho, Bradlee Nelson and Bowie Abrams—Surf Express Bro!”

Surf Express Bro
-Young, good-looking, fun-loving stoner/party boys

Bradlee Nelson
AGE: 22 / HT: 5’ 10” WT: 217 / HOME: Pocatello, ID
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: High Flyer / FIN: Fire it Up (Missile Dropkick)
Bowie Abrams
AGE: 22 / HT: 6’ 2” WT: 210 / HOME: Pocatello, ID
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: High Flyer / FIN: Contact High (Frog Splash)
THEME MUSIC: ‘Nothin’ Like a Good Time’- Poison

“Talk about a contrast in style,” Thunderbolt observed as the unmistakable chords of Poison’s “Nothin’ Like a Good Time” blared from the speakers.

“Absolutely, partner,” agreed Hall, as the Surf Express Bro sprinted down the entrance ramp, high-fiving fans along the way. Their bleach-blond hair flowed behind them, bandanas tied around their foreheads. Bradlee and Bowie, in their colorful trunks and rash guards, leaped into the ring with the agility of athletes half their size; the crowd erupted for the energetic duo who embodied the carefree spirit of the West Coast.

“Surf Express Bro looking to ride the wave of momentum straight to victory tonight,” Thunderbolt mused, watching the wrestlers bounce off the ropes, hyping up the crowd.

“Let’s see if they can hang ten or if they’ll wipe out against the rough and tumble tactics of the Redneck Mafia,” Hall added with a chuckle.

The raucous ovation still tingled in the air as The Redneck Mafia, Cletus and Enos T. Johnson, stood victorious in the center of the ring, their burly arms raised high. With ‘The Girl in Every Country Song’ Lillie Mae beaming beside them, the win catapulted them up to the #3 spot in the contender’s rankings, setting their sights on their next challenge against the formidable Sports Entertainment Corporation.

“Big win for the Redneck Mafia,” Thunderbolt Smith declared, his voice capturing the excitement of the moment. “They’re now on a collision course with the SEC this Saturday night!”

“Talk about a barnburner waiting to happen,” Hall added, anticipation lacing his tone.

Kellie Burkowski Interviews The Alabama Gang
Cutting away from the triumphant scene in the ring, Kellie Burkowski appeared backstage, microphone in hand, her bright blue eyes focused intently on the rugged faces of The Alabama Gang.

“Bill Dickinson, after such an impressive title run, what’s next for you?” she asked, her voice steady and professional.

“Kellie, I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished, but it ain’t over,” Dickinson drawled, tipping his hat back with a steely resolve. “I’m fixing to get back to work and go grab another one.”

“And R.G.,” Kellie turned to Jenkins, “there seems to be some tension with Mark Hendry lately. Can you shed any light on that?”

Jenkins gave a nonchalant shrug, the confusion clear in his furrowed brow. “Wish I could tell you, Kellie. I got no idea what’s eatin’ at him.”

The interview was suddenly interrupted by the tardy arrival of Mark Hendry. Without a word exchanged, Dickinson and Jenkins simply walked away, leaving Hendry to stew in the background.

“Trouble brewing for The Alabama Gang,” Thunderbolt noted as the broadcast shifted back to the arena.

“Every family has its issues, Thunderbolt,” Hall mused sagely.

“We’ll be back with more after these messages,” Thunderbolt said.


PRIME

“Let’s head back to Heather Cooper for our next introduction,” Thunderbolt directed, his tone returning to the enthusiastic pitch of a consummate professional.

MATCH #2-MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions Jill Berg Enterprises vs. Missouri Valley Fight Club
Heather Cooper glided into the ring, the spotlight catching her brunette locks and the shimmer of her dress. “Ladies and gentlemen, making their way to the ring,” her sultry voice echoed through the Banterra Center, “the returning Missouri Valley Fight Club!”

“Scotland the Brave” heralded the entrance of Carrieanne McDermott, her fiery red hair like a beacon against the stage lights. She strode with pride, her Scottish heritage on full display.

“Here comes Harley Davisson!” Heather announced as Creed Fisher’s “Daughter of an Outlaw” rumbled through the arena. Davisson swaggered out, Molly Hatchett flanking her side, each step exuding confidence and defiance.

Missouri Valley Fight Club

Carrieanne McDermott
AGE: 33 / HT: 5′ 9″ WT: 138 / HOME: Glasgow, Scotland
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Glasgow Kiss or Indian Death Lock
THEME MUSIC: “Scotland the Brave”- Traditional
Harley Davisson
AGE: 34 / HT: 5′ 10″ WT: 134 / HOME: Omaha, NE
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Brawler / FIN: Kick Start (Detonation Kick)
THEME MUSIC: “Daughter of an Outlaw”- Creed Fisher

MGR: Molly Hatchett

“Missouri Valley Fight Club are back and they are looking ready for battle,” Thunderbolt observed as the trio made their way to the ring, acknowledging the roars of the crowd.

“Introducing their opponents,” Heather continued, pausing for dramatic effect, “they are the MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions- Jill Berg Enterprises!”

First came Jill Berg, her presence commanding attention. Surrounded by a six-person security escort, she exuded power and prestige, her gaze fixed forward.

“Following Ms. Berg,” Heather called out as the champions entered, “Sheline Carrigan and Madison Miller, with JBE’s enforcer, Prisoner #034291!”

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

“Jill Berg always brings the spectacle,” Thunderbolt commented, watching as the entourage descended upon the ring, the tension between the two teams palpable even before the bell had rung.

“Looks like we’re set for another clash of titans here tonight, partner,” Hall said, his voice filled with the anticipation of the impending showdown.

The sweat still glistened on the foreheads of Sheline Carrigan and Madison Miller as they raised their arms in victory, the crowd’s cheers echoing through the Banterra Center. Twenty-two grueling minutes had passed, and Jill Berg Enterprises stood tall, yet Jill herself seemed less than thrilled by the return of the Missouri Valley Fight Club.

“Jill Berg does not look happy, despite the win,” Thunderbolt Smith noted, his calm voice cutting through the noise as the broadcast cut to a commercial break.

Sanctioned Violence Organization

UPCOMING MISSOURI VALLEY WRESTLING HOUSE SHOWS
May 3rd –  Gross Memorial Coliseum / Hays, KS
May 4th – Tony’s Pizza Events Center / Salina, KS
May 7th – Charles Koch Arena / Wichita, KS
May 10th – Berry Events Center / Stevens Point, WI
May 11th – Joseph Gentile Center / Chicago, IL
May 12th – Badger High School Gym / Lake Geneva, WI
May 17th – The Viaero Center / Kearney, NE
May 18th – Pershing Center / Lincoln, NE
May 21st – McLeod Center / Cedar Falls, IA
May 24th – Kenneth E. Cowan Civic Center / Lebanon, MO
May 25th – JHQ Arena / Springfield, MO
May 26th – Warren Hearnes Center / Columbia, MO
May 31st – Norfolk Senior High School / Norfolk, NE
June 1st – Wilkert Event Center / Columbus, NE
June 4th – Ford Arena / Evansville, IN

The screen faded back from the advertisements to the stern visage of Jill Berg, microphone in hand, standing center-ring with her victorious champions flanking her. The audience quieted, hanging onto her every word.

Jill Berg In-Ring Promo
“MVW Universe, witness the evolution of excellence,” she proclaimed, confidence oozing from her every pore. “I present to you the future of women’s wrestling, the newest addition to Jill Berg Enterprises—Bethany Stewart!”


Bethany Stewart

The crowd murmured, abuzz with curiosity, as Bethany Stewart sauntered down the ramp, her eyes locked on Jill Berg, her strides betraying not a hint of doubt about her new alliance.

“Out of the ashes of mediocrity rises a star,” Jill continued, gesturing grandly at Stewart. “It’s time for you to shine, Bethany, get away from your bad tag team and move forward on your own as part of the most elite force in professional wrestling.”

But before Stewart could utter a single word, the sultry opening bars of Donna Summer’s “Love to Love You Baby” slinked through the speakers, casting a spell over the arena. All eyes shifted to the video screen where the Queens of Desire made their provocative entrance.

“Looks like we’ve got an interruption, Rick,” Thunderbolt said, a hint of surprise in his voice.

“Indeed, Thunderbolt, and it’s Dawn McGill stealing the spotlight!” ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall added, his excitement barely contained.

Queens of Desire Promo
Dawn McGill reclined languorously on the chaise lounger, the epitome of decadence, as three cabana boys attended to her every need. She exhaled each word like a caress, sending a wave of anticipation through the crowd.

“Jill, darling, you aren’t the only one making moves,” Dawn purred. “The Queens of Desire have signed Victoria McGill.”

And there she was, Tori stepping out, her black attire accentuating her athletic form, a vision of strength and sensuality. The crowd erupted, sensing the brewing rivalry.

“Look at Jill Berg’s face,” Hall exclaimed, “That’s not the look of someone who’s pleased to be upstaged!”

“Absolutely not, Rick,” Thunderbolt concurred. “Jill Berg Enterprises and the Queens of Desire are on a collision course!”

Jill’s fury was palpable, her glare piercing the screen as if she could intimidate the Queens through sheer will alone. But the moment was cut short as Thunderbolt smoothly transitioned, “Stay with us, folks. We’ll be right back after this commercial break.”

SHOOT Project

MATCH #3-#3 vs. #4 Men’s Division: #3 Buckshot Henderson (Redneck Mafia) w/Lillie Mae vs. #4 J.J. Bittinger
The arena’s energy surged as Heather Cooper stepped into the center of the ring, her voice cutting through the din of the excited crowd. “Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the ring, weighing in at two hundred and forty pounds, from Cherokee, North Carolina… J.J. Bittinger!”

“Whiskey Man” by Molly Hatchet hit the speakers, its gritty guitar riffs heralding the arrival of a man who had clawed his way back from obscurity. Bittinger emerged from behind the curtain, his eyes focused and determined, a grizzled veteran with a score to settle. The crowd roared approval as he marched down the ramp, slapping hands with fans lining the aisle.


J.J. ‘The Bear’ Bittinger
AGE: 31 / HT: 6′ 4″ WT: 265 / HOME: Cherokee, NC
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Power / FIN: Bear Hug or the Bear Trap (Sami Callihan submission)
THEME MUSIC: “Whiskey Man”- Molly Hatchett

“J.J. Bittinger looks ready, Rick,” Thunderbolt observed, his voice steady but filled with anticipation.

“Absolutely, Thunderbolt,” Hall replied, “He’s a man on a mission tonight!”

As Bittinger reached the apron, Heather continued, her sultry tone announcing the next competitor. “And his opponent, accompanied by ‘The Girl in Every Country Song’ Lillie Mae, representing the Redneck Mafia… Buckshot Henderson!”


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

“Kiss My Country Ass” by Rhett Akins blared out, and the rowdy Buckshot Henderson strode out with a swagger, tipping his hat to the jeering crowd. Lillie Mae was at his side, her presence commanding attention as they approached the ring together. Henderson climbed the ropes, raising his arms in defiance, feeding off the energy of the dissent.

“Talk about a clash of styles and attitudes,” Hall exclaimed.

“Right you are, Rick. Both men have something to prove tonight.”

“Big win,” Hall said as Bittinger’s hand was raised, securing his spot as the number two contender.

“J.J. Bittinger will face Ricky Stevens next, and what a match that will be,” Thunderbolt added before the show cut to a commercial break.

UPCOMING MISSOURI VALLEY WRESTLING HOUSE SHOWS
May 3rd –  Gross Memorial Coliseum / Hays, KS
May 4th – Tony’s Pizza Events Center / Salina, KS
May 7th – Charles Koch Arena / Wichita, KS
May 10th – Berry Events Center / Stevens Point, WI
May 11th – Joseph Gentile Center / Chicago, IL
May 12th – Badger High School Gym / Lake Geneva, WI
May 17th – The Viaero Center / Kearney, NE
May 18th – Pershing Center / Lincoln, NE
May 21st – McLeod Center / Cedar Falls, IA
May 24th – Kenneth E. Cowan Civic Center / Lebanon, MO
May 25th – JHQ Arena / Springfield, MO
May 26th – Warren Hearnes Center / Columbia, MO
May 31st – Norfolk Senior High School / Norfolk, NE
June 1st – Wilkert Event Center / Columbus, NE
June 4th – Ford Arena / Evansville, IN

Kellie Burkowski Interviews J.J. Bittinger
Returning from the break, Kellie Burkowski stood in the ring beside a breathless but triumphant Bittinger. “J.J., congratulations on your victory. What’s going through your mind right now?”

“Kellie, I’ve fought tooth and nail to get back here from Appalachian Mountain Championship Wrestling,” Bittinger began, wiping sweat from his brow. “Every mile traveled, every punch thrown, it’s all been leading up to this moment. I’m looking forward to challenging the new MVW champion and claiming the title.”

“Confidence is key,” Kellie nodded, wrapping up the interview as Bittinger exited the ring to a chorus of cheers.

Backstage, the camera found Caroline Lewis and ‘Queen Cool’ Leah Iris, collectively known as The Working Girls, poised and ready to deliver their message. Lewis’s gaze was fierce, her words measured but sharp. “We saw the trouble Jill Berg Enterprises had tonight with the Missouri Valley Fight Club. But that’s just the beginning.”

Leah Iris stepped in, her cool demeanor belying the intensity in her eyes. “Jill, Sheline, Madison… you may have survived tonight, but The Working Girls are in prime condition. We’re not just contenders; we’re the next champions. We’ll do what the MVFC could not—dethrone Jill Berg Enterprises and take those Tag Titles.”

Their statement hung in the air, a bold challenge laid bare as the camera faded out, returning to the ringside action.

MAIN EVENT-MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton vs. Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens
The energy in the Banterra Center was palpable as Thunderbolt Smith’s voice boomed over the PA system, “Let’s send it down to Heather Cooper for the introduction of our main event!” The crowd roared in anticipation, a sea of excitement and noise.

Heather Cooper, clad in a dazzling sequined dress that caught the light with every movement, stood confidently in the center of the ring. Her sultry voice cut through the din as she announced, “Our main event tonight will be…” In unison, the audience erupted, shouting back, “ONE FALL!”

The lights dimmed, and the opening notes of “Bad Apple!!! (feat. Rena) – Intense Symphonic Metal Cover” thundered through the speakers. A spotlight hit the entrance ramp, revealing rookie Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens, her eyes ablaze with determination.


Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens “The Lioness, The Gorgeous One, EMMA”
AGE: 19 / HT: 5 10”  WT: 125  / HOME: The Kanto Region of Tokyo, Japan
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE:  / FIN: Gorgeous Disaster (Rings of Saturn w/Crossface)
THEME MUSIC: “Bad Apple!!! (feat. Rena)- Intense Symphonic Metal Cover

Manager: Lisa Barbosa-Stevens

Beside her, the formidable presence of her mother, Lisa Barbosa-Stevens, a four-time MVW Women’s Champion, who wore an expression of pride and confidence. Together, they strode down the ramp, the younger Barbosa-Stevens soaking in the cheers and flashing cameras, ready to make her mark.

Without missing a beat, Heather Cooper transitioned to the champion, “And her opponent…” The familiar strains of The Eagles’ “Heartache Tonight” signaled the arrival of MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton.


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 champion’s confident swagger conveyed her status as she stepped onto the stage, title belt glinting around her waist. She descended the ramp, slapping hands with fans, her experience contrasting sharply with the eager energy of her challenger.

It was Jennifer Colton’s hand raised in victory, but the respect she showed by pulling Barbosa-Stevens to her feet spoke volumes about the rookie’s potential.

“Jennifer Colton shows why she’s the champion,” commented ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall, as Thunderbolt prepared to wrap up the broadcast.

But just as the show was drawing to a close, chaos erupted. A woman charged out from the crowd with a wild look in her eyes.

“Wait!  That’s… that…” Thunderbolt stammered.

“That’s Eve, Thunderbolt,” Hall confirmed.  “Eve is a protegee of HOW John Sektor.”

Eve
AGE: 22 / HT: 5’ 6” WT:  135 / HOME: Jacksonville, Florida
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Technical  / FIN: Kimura lock
THEME MUSIC: Resist and Disorder by Rezodrone
Trainer: John Sektor

Eve blindsided Barbosa-Stevens on the ramp, sending her crashing into the guardrail with a sickening thud. Eve unleashed a relentless assault, stomping away mercilessly as the shocked crowd booed.

“Security! We need security out here now!” Thunderbolt shouted, his usually calm demeanor shattered by the unfolding violence.

MVW Security scrambled to the scene, their urgent intervention preventing further harm. As they pulled Eve away, her face twisted in fury, the camera caught Barbosa-Stevens, hurt but undeterred, slowly rising with help from her mother.

“Fans, what a night it’s been,” Thunderbolt said, trying to regain composure. “We’ve witnessed incredible action, seen the rise of new stars, and unfortunately, some unsanctioned hostility at the end. For ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall, I’m Thunderbolt Smith, saying goodnight from Carbondale. We’ll see you next time on Wrestling Night in the Heartland.”

The screen faded to black as medical staff checked on Barbosa-Stevens, ensuring this climactic moment would not be forgotten when MVW returned.

RESULTS:
-The Redneck Mafia defeated Surf Express Bro at 10:05 in a #3 vs. #4 contender’s match.
-MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions Jill Berg Enterprises defeated the Missouri Valley Fight Club at 22:12 in a Non-Title match.
-J.J. Bittinger defended Buckshot Henderson at 22:32 (cut to 18:00 for television) in a #3 vs. #4 contender’s match
-MAIN EVENT: MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton defeated Emma Faith Barbosa at 8:12 in a Non-Title match

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