5/21-Wrestling Night in the Heartland on HOTv


Last Week on Wrestling Night in the Heartland
-MATCH #1: Backman Taylor Powerdrive defeated The Rose Warriors in a #3 vs. #4 contender’s match in the Women’s Tag Team Division.
-The Sports Entertainment Corporation discussed former Alabama Gang Mark Hendry’s defection to the SEC with CSPN’s Rebecca Morris.
-The Alabama Gang interrupt the interview and attack the SEC. Sunny O’Callahan introduces the new member of the Alabama Gang- David Bonnett.
-MATCH #2: MVW Tag Team Champions The Stevens Dynasty defeated The Murray Brothers in non-title action
-Cary Stevens cuts a promo after the match and says No Quarter talks a big game and fail every time they try to take the tag belts back.
-Kellie Burkowski interviewed the former MVW champion ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson. He calls former Alabama Gang member Mark Hendry ‘weak-minded’ and easily swayed by ‘money and girls.’
-The SEC cut an in-ring promo on the Alabama Gang accusing them of going off script by attacking them in their dressing room earlier.
-MVW majority owner Ray McAvay comes out to tell the SEC that MVW ‘does not use scripts’ and promptly leaves.
-MATCH #3: Amberley Stanton defeated Jill Berg Enterprises’ Felicia LaBarbara via DQ in a #3 vs. #4 contender’s match in the Women’s Division.
-Jill Berg (CEO of Jill Berg Enterprises) explodes over the DQ. Prisoner #034291 destroys Stanton with a two-handed chokeslam.  Victoria McGill and the Queens of Desire make the surprising save.
-The newly renamed Soviet Bloc (Svetlana Kovaleski, Nikita Kalashnik, and their handle Agent Valya) cut a promo on The Queens of Desire.
-Kellie interviewed No Quarter as the build to their showdown with The Stevens Dynasty next week for the MVW Tag Team Title continued.
-MATCH #4: MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton defeated Kyla Davenport in non-title action.
-Kellie does a news story on the ongoing issues between Emma Faith Barbosa-Stevens and Eve.
-Ultratron-6.1 attempts to cut a promo but again is told that there’s not enough time left in the show for him to do so.
-MAIN EVENT-NON-TITLE: MVW Champion Luke Woods of the SEC vs. Mr. Wrestling XXXIV.

Missouri Valley Wrestling
Wrestling Night in the Heartland on HOTv
McLeod Center
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Tuesday May 21st, 2024

Announcers: Thunderbolt Smith and ‘Long Haul’ Rick Hall

Backstage Interviewer: Kellie Burkowski

Ring Announcer: Heather Cooper


Thunderbolt and Hall welcomed everyone to a very stormy Tuesday night in Iowa as MVW is live tonight from a sold out McLeod Center in Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Hall also called the weather outside stormy and explained to the TV audience that it’s already been a stormy evening here inside the McLeod Center…I’m happy to help! Here’s a rewrite for you:

Heather Cooper, the captivating ring announcer for MVW, took her place at the center of the stage. Her brown eyes glistened in the bright lights as she brought the microphone to her lips. Her voice resonated throughout the arena as she announced, “Kicking off the action tonight will be…”

Replay from Earlier in the Night:
-MVW Women’s Tag Team Champions Jill Berg Enterprises got jumped backstage by the returning 4-time women’s tag team champions the Missouri Valley Fight Club and beaten down.
-Hall stated that the JBE vs. Hanson Sister match didn’t take place and because of that, the schedule had to be adjusted. The Women’s Tag Team #1 Contender’s match between The Working Girls and Backman Taylor Powerdrive will be shown Thursday night on MVW’s Lock and Loaded Syndicated show.

#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-WOMEN’S DIVISION: #1 Shizuko Yamazaki vs. #2 Amberley Stanton
– Amberley Stanton stunned Tori McGill to move up to #2 in the Women’s Division contender’s rankings.  Now, she must take on ‘The Shadow Warrior’ Shizuko Yamazaki in a #1 contender’s match for a title shot against MVW Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton.

MEN’S TAG TEAM TITLE: The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) © vs. #1 No Quarter (Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson)
-MVW Tag Team Champions The Stevens Dynasty reengages their blood feud with No Quarter Tuesday night with the tag belts on the line. Cary Stevens’s boys have held a death grip on the tag team title since defeating No Quarter for the title. However, No Quarter’s Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson are determined to win those belts back.

NON-TITLE: Women’s Champion Jennifer Colton vs. #3 Victoria McGill
-McGill gets another chance at her rival Jennifer Colton- unfortunately, it’s a non-title match.

MEN’S TITLE: Luke Woods © vs. #1 ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson
-Woods brought gold to the SEC.  Dickinson wants a return to the top at his first asking- twenty-eight days after Woods ended his 600+ MVW title reign.

Thunderbolt then sent it right to ring announcer Heather Cooper in the ring for our first match.

MATCH #1-#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH-WOMEN’S DIVISION: #1 Shizuko Yamazaki vs. #2 Amberley Stanton
Heather Cooper, the captivating ring announcer for MVW, took her place at the center of the stage. Her brown eyes glistened in the bright lights as she brought the microphone to her lips. Her voice resonated throughout the arena as she announced, “Our first match will be…”

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

“Introducing first…” Heather continued.

Amberley Stanton

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

Shizuko Yamazaki “The Shadow Warrior”
AGE: 24 / HT: 5’4″ WT: 125 / HOME: Osaka, Japan
ALIGN: Face / STYLE: Martial Arts / FIN: Floatover DDT
THEME MUSIC: “Clock Strikes”- One OK Rock

-Amberley Stanton shocked Victoria McGill Saturday night in Lincoln, Nebraska to put her in tonight’s #1 contender’s match.  She has come along gangbusters since her arrival in MVW last year.
-‘The Shadow Warrior’ Shizuko Yamazaki will be a formidable opponent for Stanton.  Yamazaki has settled comfortably in the Women’s Division top five contender’s and is a definitive threat to Jennifer Colton’s Women’s title.

Thunderbolt cut in.  “We’ve got to take a commercial break. We’ll be back with the rest of tonight’s first match after these commercial messages.”

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Back from commercial…

“Let’s get back to the match,” Thunderbolt said.

Thunderbolt cut in again.

“What a match!” he exclaimed.

“Absolutely, Thunderbolt,” Hall added.  “Amberley Stanton is throwing everything she’s got at Yamazaki but she can’t get the pinfall.”

“The match continues after this commercial break,” Thunderbolt said, sending it to another commercial break.


Right back to the match…

“YAMAZAKI DOES IT!” Thunderbolt shouted into the microphone.

The Cedar Falls’ crowd stand en masse to applaud the match.

Heather Cooper climbed back into the ring as medical personnel checked on Amberley Stanton. “YOUR WINNER AT FIFTY-FOUR MINUTES… AND FIFTY-SEVEN SECONDS… ‘THE SHADOW WARRIOR’ SHIZUKO YAMAZAKI!”

-That’s a star-making performance on the part of Amberley Stanton.  She was terrific tonight.
-Kudos to Shizuko Yamazaki.  She withstood everything Stanton threw at her and in the end got the win.
-Incredible match.

“All right,” Thunderbolt stepped back in.  “Hour one done.  We’ll be back with hour number two after these commercial messages.”

Sanctioned Violence Organization

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
June 7th – Grossinger Motors Arena / Bloomington, IL
June 8th – Peoria Civic Center / Peoria, IL
June 9th – David S. Palmer Arena / Danville, IL
June 14th – Hartman Arena /Park City, KS
June 15th – Cook Center / Manhattan, KS
June 18th – Knapp Center / Des Moines, IA
June 23rd – Wrestling Night in America PPV – Hale Arena / Kansas City, MO

Back from commercial break…

“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to MVW Wrestling Night in the Heartland,” Thunderbolt announced, his steady tone a contrast to the excitement surrounding him. “Due to the incredible Stanton-Yamazaki match, which went well beyond our expectations, we have an update regarding tonight’s schedule.”

He paused, allowing for the news to settle among the viewers at home. “The non-title match between Jennifer Colton and Victoria McGill will not be seen tonight. Instead, folks, it will be broadcast this Thursday night on Lock and Loaded.”

Thunderbolt gave a small nod, indicating the gravity of the postponement before smoothly transitioning to the next segment. “Now, let’s take a special look at the blood feud between The Stevens Dynasty and No Quarter.”

Preview of the Stevens Dynasty-No Quarter Match
February 20th – Des Moines, Iowa
The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) defeated No Quarter (Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson) ©
-George knocks out Daryn Thompson with a foreign object… the referee doesn’t see it… and The Stevens Dynasty win the tag belts for a third time.    

March 19th – Normal, Illinois
#1 No Quarter (Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson) defeated The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) © via DQ-The Stevens Dynasty retain the title
-Hotly contested match that ended when referee Bailey Jenkins saw Bo Stevens with a foreign object in his hand.  This one will continue to blaze on.

April 24th – Terre Haute, Indiana
#1 No Quarter (Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson) defeated The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) © via DQ- The Stevens Dynasty retain the title
-George Stevens KO’d Daryn Thompson with a foreign object and all hell breaks loose. The Stevens Dynasty gets disqualified but they hold on to the title.

May 7th – Wichita, Kansas
After No Quarter destroy the Sports Entertainment Corporation in less than two minutes.
-The Stevens Dynasty attack Krueger and Thompson after the match and leave them laid out in the ring.

Kellie Burkowski Interviews No Quarter
Backstage, the tension was as thick as the heavy musk of sweat and liniment that filled the air. Kellie Burkowski stood between two towering figures, her poised demeanor a stark contrast to the smoldering fury radiating from No Quarter. The camera zoomed in on Bracken Krueger’s granite-like features, his eyes burning with an intensity that could have melted steel. “The Lakeshore Leviathan” towered over everyone, his massive arms folded across his chest like iron girders.

“Bracken, Daryn,” Kellie began, her voice steady despite the palpable anger emanating from her guests, “after what we’ve just seen, the deceitful tactics by The Stevens Dynasty, your thoughts?”

Krueger’s deep voice rumbled through the backstage area. “Cary Stevens,” he growled, “You and your boys played us for fools, but the time for games is over.” A vein throbbed in his temple, his fists clenching with every word. “I promise you, the next time we step into that ring, I’m going to pound you and your dynasty into the ground. There will be nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.”

Daryn Thompson, known as “The Texas Technician” for her precise and methodical style in the ring, stepped forward. Though she lacked Krueger’s towering stature, her presence was no less formidable. Her eyes blazed with a fire that matched Krueger’s, her lean frame taut as a coiled spring.

“George Stevens,” she said, her voice low and dangerous, “you’ve slipped out of my grasp for the last time. Next time I get you in the ring, I’m going to choke you out, and there won’t be any foreign object to save you.” She jabbed a finger towards the camera, as if pointing directly at George himself. “No tricks, no disqualifications… just me and you.”

Kellie gave a nod, her professionalism never wavering as she summed up the situation. “No Quarter, clearly ready for a fight, vowing here tonight that they will give… no quarter.”

The camera lingered for a moment longer on the faces of Krueger and Thompson, their expressions a mix of unyielding determination and raw, barely contained aggression. The message was clear: retribution was coming, and it would be delivered with the unstoppable force of a freight train and the precise execution of a master technician.

Sports Entertainment Corporation Promo
The camera pans to reveal the ‘Sports Entertainment Genius’ Triple R standing beside Phil Feinbaum, the ‘Mouthpiece of the SEC’. Their presence alone commands attention; Triple R’s tailored suit looks like it was crafted just for him, and Feinbaum’s smug grin seems permanently etched onto his face. There’s an unmistakable air of frustration between them, yet their confidence remains unshaken.

“Let me make this crystal clear,” Triple R asserts, his tone dripping with disdain as he addresses the camera, his hands gesturing with orchestral precision. “Two weeks ago, No Quarter defied the script. They went rogue, and that is something we cannot—and will not—tolerate.”

Feinbaum chuckles condescendingly at the mere mention of No Quarter, shaking his head with an exaggerated motion. “But tonight, oh tonight, is about the SEC’s shining star, our champion Luke Woods. He’s not just any athlete; he’s elite. The best NIL money can buy.” His eyes narrow, a sly smirk playing at the corner of his lips.

“And as for you, ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson,” Feinbaum continues, leaning forward as if sharing a secret with the entire audience, “You’re about to learn what it means to step into the ring with true greatness. Because Luke Woods, he doesn’t just wrestle, he dominates.”

Triple R nods in agreement, his posture straightening as if embodying the very essence of victory. “And let’s not forget the tag team titles. Whoever walks out with those belts tonight better keep them polished and pristine.” His voice booms with authority. “Because the SEC is on the hunt, and when we come for those belts, it’ll be nothing short of a corporate takeover.  Especially now that we have… him.

Walking out from the back is the new ‘Enforcer of the SEC’… ‘The Georgia Bulldog’ Brice Brantley.

“Georgia Bulldog” Brice Brantley “The SEC Enforcer”
‘The Enforcer of the SEC’
AGE: 30 / HT: 6’ 6”  WT: 295  / HOME: Cordele, GA
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Power / FIN: The Georgia Bomb

“Consider yourselves on notice,” Feinbaum adds, the threat in his voice as sharp as his tailored suit. “The SEC stops at nothing to get what we want.”

Triple R closed the deal.  “Tonight, the SEC’s mission is clear: assert dominance, uphold the script, and expand their empire within the MVW.”

The two exchange a look of mutual understanding, their alliance solidified by shared ambition and a hunger for control. As they turn and walk away, their silhouettes blend into the shadows, leaving a lingering sense of unease in the air.

Cut back to Thunderbolt and Hall. Thunderbolt sent it to another commercial break with the MVW Tag Team title match coming up after these messages.

SHOOT Project

Kellie Burkowski Interviews Cary Stevens, The Stevens Dynasty
The camera returned from the commercial break to find Kellie Burkowski standing with an air of poised anticipation in the backstage area. Her blonde hair perfectly framed her piercing blue eyes, which were fixed on the man beside her. Cary Stevens towered next to her, his weather-beaten face creased into a smirk under the brim of his Stetson hat, exuding the Texas pride that was as much a part of him as the leather boots he wore.

“Mr. Stevens,” Kellie began, her neutral tone belying the tension in the air, “tonight your boys defend their title against No Quarter. What can we expect from the Stevens Dynasty?”

Cary scoffed, a low chuckle rumbling from his chest. “What can you expect? I’ll tell ya what, Kellie. You can expect Bo and George to show them No Quarter boys what real wrestling is all about. They’re just pretenders sittin’ at the throne of the greatest tag team in MVW history.”

He leaned closer, his voice laced with disdain. “Those two couldn’t lace up the boots of the Stevens men if their lives depended on it. My boys are gonna prove it tonight when they retain their titles. That’s not just Texas talk; that’s Texas promise.”

Kellie nodded, her expression unchanging despite the strong words. “Thank you, Mr. Stevens. We’ll all be watching closely.”

The scene shifted smoothly back to the commentators’ table where Thunderbolt Smith sat alongside Rick “Long Haul” Hall. The energy between them was palpable, a magnetic force that pulled viewers right into the heart of the action.

“Thanks, Kellie,” Thunderbolt said, his seasoned voice steady and clear. “Folks, if you could feel the electricity in the air right now! It’s time for the MVW Tag Team Title match, and if Cary Stevens’ words are any indication, we are in for one heck of a battle.”

“Absolutely, Thunderbolt,” Rick chimed in, his own excitement evident. “Bo and George Stevens have a reputation to uphold, and they’re no strangers to putting on a show. But let’s not waste another minute—let’s send it over to Heather Cooper in the ring!”

The camera cut to the center of the arena, capturing Heather Cooper already commanding the space with her captivating presence. Her brunette locks cascaded down as she lifted the microphone, and the crowd hushed in anticipation.

MATCH #2-MEN’S TAG TEAM TITLE: The Stevens Dynasty (Bo and George Stevens) © vs. #1 No Quarter (Bracken Krueger and Daryn Thompson)
Heather introduced both teams.

No Quarter

Bracken Krueger
“The Lakeshore Leviathan”
AGE: 31 / 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: 29 / 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

The Stevens Dynasty

Bo Stevens
AGE: 27 HT: 6’ 1” WT: 234 / HOME: Waco, TX
ALIGN: / STYLE / FIN: Rolling Cutter
THEME: “Ghost Riders in the Sky”- The Outlaws

George Stevens
AGE: 42 / HT: 6’ 5” WT: 445 / HOME: Texarkana, TX
ALIGN: / STYLE: Power / FIN: Texas-Sized Slam
THEME: “Ghost Riders in the Sky”- The Outlaws

With: manager Cary Stevens
, Scott Stevens

-Is this the night that Krueger and Thompson regain the title?  The Stevens Dynasty have lost by DQ the last two times these two teams have met.
-The Stevens Dynasty really could use a clean win over No Quarter to bolster their credentials as champions.

“Not again!” Thunderbolt’s voice cut through the chaos, his typically composed demeanor betraying signs of disbelief.

“Yes… again,” Hall confirmed. “First George Stevens trucked referee Justine Mills with the force of a freight train.  Then Mills staggered to her feet and saw Cary Stevens with a shard of wood that he used on Krueger who collapsed like a felled oak.”


“Unbelievable!” Thunderbolt announced, his voice resonating with disappointment. “Referee Justine Mills caught Cary Stevens red-handed. The Stevens Dynasty is disqualified AGAIN! But folks, remember—the titles cannot change hands on a disqualification. The Stevens Dynasty retains the belts.”

The crowd booed thunderously, their disdain for the underhanded tactics palpable as it rolled over the arena like a dark cloud. It was then that Bo, George, and Scott Stevens circled Thompson… who’d jumped into the ring after Krueger had been knocked out…  their prey cornered and vulnerable. As one, they lunged, overpowering her with the inevitability of a pack of wolves descending upon a lone deer. Thompson stood no chance, and soon she too lay motionless, another victim of the Dynasty’s overwhelming numbers.

But then, like the first crackle of lightning before a storm, Chris Janson’s “White Trash” tore through the speakers. A visceral roar erupted from the crowd as R.G. Jenkins and David Bonnett, the Alabama Gang led by Sunny O’Callahan, burst onto the scene. Their entrance was frenetic, an electric charge coursing through the veins of every spectator.

“Here comes the cavalry!” Thunderbolt bellowed, his voice capturing the excitement of the moment. “The Alabama Gang storms down the ramp!”

With a fury that matched the intensity of their entrance music, Jenkins and Bonnett collided with the Stevens, fists flying like hammers pounding anvils. Sunny O’Callahan directed traffic, her fiery spirit igniting the brawl into an inferno of retribution.

“Here we go!” Thunderbolt narrated, his words painting the carnage as bodies clashed and tumbled across the squared circle. “It’s complete bedlam here at MVW!”

As the melee reached its zenith, chairs flew, tables were obliterated, and the air itself seemed to crack with the energy of the battle. The crowd was on its feet, a living entity all its own, cheering on the Alabama Gang as they doled out southern-fried justice.

“Good heavens, we’re out of time!” Thunderbolt’s voice surged one last time, riding the tidal wave of excitement. “We have to take our final commercial break of the night, but don’t go anywhere! MVW will be right back after these messages!”

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
June 7th – Grossinger Motors Arena / Bloomington, IL
June 8th – Peoria Civic Center / Peoria, IL
June 9th – David S. Palmer Arena / Danville, IL
June 14th – Hartman Arena /Park City, KS
June 15th – Cook Center / Manhattan, KS
June 18th – Knapp Center / Des Moines, IA
June 23rd – Wrestling Night in America PPV – Hale Arena / Kansas City, MO

Back from break…

Kellie Burkowski Interviews ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson
The camera faded in from the commercial break to Kellie Burkowski standing ringside, microphone in hand. The MVW backdrop behind her shimmered under the arena lights as the crowd’s anticipation hummed like a live wire through the air. Kellie’s professional poise was a sharp contrast to the raucous energy around her as she introduced her guest with succinct clarity.

“Joining me now is the former MVW Champion, ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson,” she announced, her voice steady and confident over the din of the crowd. Bill stepped into the frame, his massive frame filling the screen, the muscles on his arms rippling like a country road map. Sunny O’Callahan hovered near him, her 1970’s Southern rock attire—fringed vest and flared jeans—dancing with every movement.

“Bill, you’ve made it clear that losing the title to Luke Woods hasn’t set you back but pushed you forward. What’s your mindset going into tonight’s match?”

Bill tipped his cowboy hat back slightly, revealing a glint of determination in his eyes as he leaned in toward the microphone, his Southern accent thick as molasses.

“Kellie,” he began, his voice resonating with a gravelly tenor, “I ain’t one to sit back and lick my wounds. Losing that belt lit a fire in my belly I haven’t felt in years.”

Sunny nodded emphatically beside him, her large hoop earrings catching the light as she swayed in silent support.

“Luke Woods may have won that battle four weeks ago, but this war ain’t over. I’m coming for what’s mine, and I’ll go through hell or high water to get that belt back around my waist.” Bill’s words were punctuated by the cheers of the crowd, their volume rising like a tide.

“Motivated, not bitter,” Kellie summed up, nodding professionally. “That’s the spirit of a true champion. Thank you, Bill Dickinson, and good luck tonight.”

As Kellie signed off, Bill gave a tip of his hat to the camera, his expression a mix of raw determination and unshakable confidence before he turned and strode away, the echo of his boots on the metal floor merging with the roar of the crowd, all buzzing for the clash of titans that lay ahead.

Thunderbolt sent it one last time tonight to Heather Cooper in the ring.

MAIN EVENT-MVW TITLE: Luke Woods © vs. #1 ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson
Heather introduced both men in this MVW Title match.

‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson “The 330 Pound Southern Brawler”
AGE: 39 / HT: 6′ 1″  WT: 330 / HOME: Troy, AL
ALIGN: Tweener / STYLE: Brawler-Power / FIN: Southern Fried Powerbomb
THEME MUSIC: “Unapologetically Country as Hell”- Hardy
With: Sunny O’Callahan

Sports Entertainment Corporation

Luke Woods
AGE: 21 / HT: 6’3” WT: 200 / HOME: St. Louis, MO
ALIGN: Heel / STYLE: Technical / FIN: Arm Octopus Hold

With: Leader: ‘The Raconteur of Road Rage’ Triple R
, SEC Mouthpiece: Phil Feinbaum, and ‘The Enforcer of the SEC’ Brice Brantley

-Luke Woods is 28 days into his title reign.  He needs to hold the belt for 600 more days to top Bill Dickinson’s record-setting title reign.
-Woods is at the top of his game right now and he’s got the full backing of the SEC.
-Dickinson needs to put what happened last month behind him and go get the title back.

“And Luke Woods pulls out the win,” announced Thunderbolt as Heather Cooper stepped into the ring.


-Bill Dickinson hit two powerbombs… the second one was the Southern Fried Powerbomb… on Luke Woods and had him beat… but ‘Mouthpiece of the SEC’ Phil Feinbaum distracted referee Davey Keels from making the pinfall.
-Luke Woods passed his first big test… with some help.  But he won and remains the MVW Champion.

As Bill Dickinson sat up in the ring shaking his head, Thunderbolt quickly wrapped up what turned out to be quite the eventful show.

‘The Shadow Warrior’ Shizuko Yamazaki defeated Amberley Stanton via KO at 54:57 in a Women’s Division #1 contender’s match.
-No Quarter defeated The Stevens Dynasty © via DQ at 17:21 in an MVW Tag Team Title match- The Stevens Dynasty retain the title.
-Luke Woods © defeated ‘Redneck’ Bill Dickinson via pinfall at 12:04 in an MVW Title match to retain the MVW title.

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