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Posts Tagged ‘The Great Cheyenne’

Purchase The Children’s Book Series of “The Adventures of the Great Cheyenne”

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 19, 2018

It is a pleasure to see that our friend, the talented Pro Wrestler, The Great Cheyenne has released her very first Children’s book “The Adventures of the Great Cheyenne”. She has been a lot of fun to watch, a pleasure to work with and is a part of the very first Missouri Wrestling Revival Trading Card set. I am off to Amazon to purchase a copy of this book and I highly encourage you to do so as well.

 

To purchase this book click on this link at Amazon with FREE SHIPPING for Prime members.

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Purchase Any MWR Hat; Receive a FREE Ladies of MWR Print by Michael Liao

Posted by flairwhoooooo on June 18, 2014

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Missouri Wrestling Revival has been a proud supporter of pro wrestling for the past six years. During that time we have also been very supportive of female wrestling in the area. We have done our best to help spread the word on the talented ladies in the area such as Stacey O’Brien, Lucy Mendez, Santana Garrett, Angelus Layne, Miss Natural, MsChif, the Great Cheyenne, and many others through the MWR site. We have continued to do our best to work with the premier wrestling media outlets in the sport such as Pro Wrestling Illustrated, PWTorch, Ring Sirens, and others to support the women in their dream to become household names.

In the 2013 MWR Yearbook, we teamed-up with wrestling artist Michael Liao to have a full page spread of his artwork of the ladies that worked in the MWR coverage area during that year. Also on the design. is none other than MWR’s own fan relations Dubray Tallman.

We are now offering for the first time, a color photo print of this commemorative artwork for the fans for free to add to their collection when they purchase a MWR Hat for only $15.00. So the next time you see us at a show be sure to ask to purchase a hat and receive a Free MWR Ladies of MWR print for free.

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The 2013 MWR Yearbook is HERE Purchase TODAY!!!

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 18, 2014

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It is with great excitement that we are presenting the 2013 MWR Yearbook.

Since 2008 Missouri Wrestling Revival has supported the men and women in pro wrestling in the Midwest. Throughout the past 6 years we have had the support and assistance of many great people. From the promoters that work hard to promote shows with their hard earned money and deliver an exciting night for fans to remember to the wrestlers that have driven miles and miles down the road each and every weekend. We have worked closely during the years with many of the top writers, photographers, artist and fans that have true love and respect for the sport.

Each year the yearbook in my opinion is a testament for all the hard work that everyone has done to keep pro wrestling alive in the Midwest. No matter if you have contributed to the yearbook or MWR website this year or if the last time was when the site first opened, please know that you are part of the MWR family and a positive reason for the success of the site.

The 2013 MWR Yearbook returns with the Artist of Champions Rob Schamberger once again painting and designing the cover feature the 2013 MWR Year end Award Recipients.

For the low price of 19.95 on Amazon.com this book is filled with over 650 photos and over 300 pages.

To put that in perspective the cost of this book is only .7 cents per page!!

If that is not enough for you to purchase the book the cover of the the 2013 MWR Yearbook features the return of “The Artist of Champions” Rob Schamberger ,painting and designing the cover feature the 2013 MWR Award Recipients.

Highlights include

• Introduction by Midwest star Darin Corbin

• January- December Top Stories

• Mike Wilson’s Shooter Spotlights

• Articles from Adam Testa, Ben Simon, Herb Simmons, David J. McCutcheon, Mike Wilson, Patrick Brandmeyer, Pete Sakaris, Steven Lucas, Matt Murphy , Patrick Harden, Chris Roedel, Eleanor Harris, Midnight Guthrie, Josh Ray, Brady Lawrence and Jesse Matthews and more.

• Artwork from Artists Mark Taggart, ICON, Raven Johnson, Michael Liao, and Ron McCaffery III

• Artwork of Harley Race, Bruiser Brody, Rufus R. Jones, Macho Man Randy Savage,”Dr. Death” Steve Williams, “Bulldog” Bob Brown Buck Robley, The Great Cheyenne, Ricky Cruz, ACH, Heath Hatton, Dan Walsh, Dubray Tallman, “Miss Natural” Heather Patera, Bull Schmitt, The Magic Man, Sean Vincent, Rachael Summerlyn, Davey Vega, Mark Sterling, Stacey O’Brien, Darin Corbin, Ruff Crossing and the Ladies of MWR featuring every female star that entered a MWR promotion in 2013.

• MWR Complete results page of all the 2013 shows.

• MWR Friends and Family photo collection.

• Wrestle Wear Beyond Compare- MWR Wrestlers model their own shirts.

• A look at books from authors in the Midwest including.

o Larry Matysik’s 50 Greatest Wrestlers of All-time.

o Matt Murphy’s The Story of a Nobody and the pursuit to become Somebody.

o Wrestling at the Chase photographer Roger Deem’s the Strap.

o Blood, Tables and Chairs – “The Story of an independent Wrestler”

• Matt Murphy remembers Dr. Death Steve Williams

• Larry Matysik and Pete Madden on Eddie Smith.

• Wade Chism Flashback.

• The return of the very popular Favorite matches by the wrestlers themselves ..
This year we have

o Brandon Espinosa
o The Drill Instructor
o Flash Flanagan
o Heather Patera
o The Hooligans

• MWR Top Prospects

• MWR Trading Card list

• From the Desk of promoter Herb Simmons.

• MWR by the numbers..

• MWR Year in Awards and for the first time who were the runner ups!

• THIS AND MUCH MORE!!

So don’t wait any longer be sure to purchase yourself a copy of the 2013 MWR Yearbook and add it to your collection with the 2011 and 2012!

Thank you for your support of MWR and we hope to see you at a show in 2014!

To PURCHASE this book today click here.

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Time to vote for the 2014 MWR Sexiest Wrestler of the Year

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 8, 2014

It’s time…….. To vote for the 2014 MWR Sexiest Wrestler of the Year today For the past three years Missouri Wrestling Revival.com has celebrated the month of February by having the fans around the world vote for who they think is the sexiest wrestler of the year. The contest is set up where we alternate the men one year, then the following year we have the women.

The first year was in 2011 as MWR fan relation’s Dubray Tallman let the ladies choose first on who they wanted to be the sexiest wrestler of the year. Chicago’s Bailey Mannix took home a whopping 43.97 percent on the way to being named the first ever MWR Sexiest Wrestler of the Year.

In 2012 it was time for us to find out just who the sexiest female was. The contest went back and forth as fans came to the site in full force to vote for their favorite. In a contest that came down to the last moments of the deadline, MsChif would take home the honor of being named the first ever MWR Female of the Year.

The next year it was to find out what guy would become the MWR Sexiest Wrestler of the Year. When the smoke cleared, it would be the exciting former 2011 PWI Rookie of the Year Ace Hawkins who would add the trophy to his collection of awards, belts and broken hearts.

The time has come for you to vote for who you think deserving for the 2014 MWR Sexiest Wrestler of the Year.

The poll will be set up from February 8th to the 13. We will announce the winner of the 2014 MWR Sexiest Wrestler of the Year on the day of love, Valentines Day!

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“Crazy” Mary Dobson Photo Credit Jimmy Hunt

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Devyn Nicole

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Jessica James -Photo Credit Kelly Kyle

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Jordynne Grace

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Lucy Mendez

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Melanie Cruise Photo Credit Rob Myers

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Mia Martinez – Photo Credit Rob Meyers

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Mia Svensson

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Heather Patera

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Santana G

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Sarah Summers

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Stacey O’Brien

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The Great Cheyenne

All photos courtesy of the wrestlers.

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2013 Missouri Wrestling Revival Race to the female of the Year Mid-card report

Posted by flairwhoooooo on June 4, 2013

Miss Natural- The reigning Missouri Wrestling Revival female wrestler of the year shows so no sign of slowing down. In 2013 she has returned to SHIMMER AND Steel domain wrestling , made apparances at AAW and been featured on IPPV. In April she once again won Harley Race’s World League Wrestling championship by defeating Stacey O’Brien to become a 6 time champion . O’Brien would regain the title but Natural continues to star at Metro Pro Wrestling and was able to pick up a win against Angelus Layne at 3XWrestling

Stacey O’Brien – The two time MWR Female Wrestler of the Year lost the WLW Ladies title for a moment against arch rival Miss Natural but has since regain the title. One of the most talented women in wrestling today she will need to seek more challenges outside her homebase if she hopes to become a 3 time MWR Female Wrestler of the Year

Thunderkitty –A newcomer to the MWR Coverage area, Thunderkitty hopes to make her mark in 2013. At Zero One she has been overpowering Allie Kat and Jason Vendetta on a few occasions She has also been at odds with young Serenity Matches at Resistance Pro and Girl Fight IPPV. A young talent that is picking up momentum heading into the end of 2013.

Angelus Layne – Layne continues to impress and pick up huge wins and exciting matches. A key partner of Brandon Espinosa at St Louis Anarchy, she was instrumental in them getting the win against Reed Bentley & Heidi Lovelace in April to back up her win against Jessica Havok at the first of the year at Anarchy. Pro Wrestling Illustrated covered her victory over Miss Natural in her debut at Metro Pro Wrestling and the two are 1-1 after a loss to Natural at 3XWrestling. She has been a force at Pro Wrestling Collision defeating Twinkie Starr by KO and teamed with Alex Castle in a losing effort for the PWC Tag Titles. At Zero-One she was able to defeat Serenity in a cage as well as make an appearance at SHIMMER proving that she is a true treat to the 2013 MWR Female of the Year.

The Great Cheyenne – A slow start in the MWR Coverage area for the Great Cheyenne. Having a feud with Thunderkitty at Zero-One at the moment and continues to be booked around the country.

Lucy Mendez – The Latino princess was able to capture a huge victory over Jessica James then back it up with a suprising win over the Iceman. The Metro Pro Wrestling’s diva is a favorite but lack of competition in and out of the area will keep this wrestler/model from making a run for the title of MWR Female of the Year unless there is a big change at the end of 2013.

Who of these girls will be able to win the honor of being named the MWR Female wrestler of the year or will a women emerge to steal the spotlight on these talented ladies.

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Breakfast with The Great Cheyenne!

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 29, 2013

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1.5 cups of Oatmeal
2 Scoops of BMF Vanilla protein
1 shot of Vanilla extract
2 tbsp.s of Glutamine
Handful of Blueberries
2 cups of Skim Milk
Dash of Cinnamon
Handel of Almonds
2 tsp.s of ground Flax seed
2 tsp.s of Wheat germ
Hellions always make time for the most IMPORTANT meal of the day! It sets the pace for your body to survive the days hard work, trials and goals! Best wishes and GREAT luck, also I recommend to check https://healthyusa.co/ultra-omega-burn-review-a-fat-burning-pill-which-helps-or-scam/ where you will find the best supplements to give your body all the fuel it needs!

The Great Cheyenne <3

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Check out The Great Cheyenne in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Year in Award issue on sale now!!

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 16, 2013

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Missouri Wrestling Revival 2012 Female Wrestler of the Year- Miss Natural

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 2, 2013

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One of pro wrestling’s greatest secrets in the world of women’s wrestling has caught the eyes of some of the top promoters not only in the Midwest but around the country. Miss Natural came back in 2011 from a short hiatus and it did not take her long to soar to the top.

While there are a ton of pretty girls in the sport today, there are very few that can match her combination of skills, her training and pure beauty of the women that winning just comes “NATURAL” to.

Miss Natural has trained under the watchful eye of wrestling great Ken Patera in 2000 and shortly afterwards traveled to train with the 8-time NWA World Champion Harley Race.

Though Miss Natural is known for her hard hitting, bruising and methodical wrestling style in 2012 we were able to see both sides of one her as she wrestled around the country.

A key member of the Metro Pro Wrestling roster, she was the running mate for wrestling manager supreme Steven J Girthy as he ran for commissioner against Pete Madden that he successfully won at the end of 2012.

She would start the year off earning the respect of the 3XW fans with her match against Stacey O’Brien in January. When the match came to an end many of the fans wrote into say that it was the best women’s match in the history of that great company.

She would continue her path to the top with an exciting and bittersweet feud with archrival MsChif. The battles between the two promised to thrill fans from St. Louis to Kansas City at Dynamo Pro Wrestling until an injury derailed a hardcore match at Metro Pro, Natural would be able to capture a huge win in their last match up. (Though we hope to see these two fine athletes go at it more in 2013)

Miss Natural would seek to dominate World League Wrestling, where she is a five time WLW Women’s Champion and is currently the number one contender for the two time MWR Female Wrestler of the year Stacey O’Brien’s title.

Shimmer would see the return of Miss Natural to the roster in 2012, and if anyone had their doubts on how good she is, then the 3-1 record with wins against KC Spinelli, the 2012 PWI Rookie of the year Veda Scott and Su Yung.

Throughout the year Miss Natural would return to 3XWrestling,  as well as a big match at Traditional Championship Wrestling with special referee former WWE Sunny. Other top promotions she worked for were  Steel Domain Wrestling as she met the likes of Crazy Mary Dobsin Josie,and Jazz.

Miss Natural is truly one of the hardest working and respected women in the ring today and it is a great honor to announce that she is our 2012 MWR Female of the Year.

Where we would like to see Miss Natural in 2013?

We would love to see Miss Natural land up in the land of Anarchy to challenge the Rachel Summerlyn. How would the old school background and professionalism of Miss Natural deal with the all- out madness of the Anarchy lifestyle and fan base mixed with the bruising style of Summerlyn?

Miss Natural and Rachel Summerlyn could very well heat up the Midwest in 2013

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1ST runner up– Angelus Layne

Layne has worked hard to become one of the top women in the sport. “The First Lady Of MAGNUM” she defeated Kiandra at Magnum PRO Wrestling in Council Bluffs,Iowa while at IWA Unlimited in Olney, Illinois  she was able to pick up a victory against Scarlett Bordeaux, Serenity, Lylah Lodge and Twink E. Star. She would continue her winning ways by defeating Lucy Mendez at 3XWrestling in Des Moines, Iowa.

Back at Magnum she showed her toughness as she met Derek Cornell in a losing effort that showed true heart. A huge win against MsChif proved anyone that had any doubts on her skills including a wins at New Midwest Wrestling, Zero 1 and 3XW against rival Kiandra. At St Louis Anarchy she would challenge Angelus Layne for the ACW Heavyweight Champ held by Rachel Summerlyn. Layne would go on to cause tons of trouble at AAPW alongside partner in crime Alex Castle.

There is no doubt that the best is yet to come for young Angelus Layne.

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2ND Runner up- The Great Cheyenne –

What an amazing year for the Hellfire Symphony member ,The Great Cheyenne. Fearsome and all powerful, she was able to start the year off debuting at AAPW against Stacey O’Brien in Marion, Illinois . She would come up just short but the tension between the two girls would escalate as the Great Cheyenne went after O’Brien’s WLW ladies title throughout Kansas and Missouri.

In a chain events no one could have predicted The Great Cheyenne would become one of the most popular wrestlers at AAPW while picking up a huge against Serenity before standing up against the duo on Angelus Layne and Alex Castle as they double teamed Kyle Sawyer. The Great Cheyenne would also spend time working with the youth in the community proving that in one of the most viscous women in the sport does indeed have a heart.

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3rd Runner Up- Stacey O’Brien

The two time MWR Female Wrestler of the Year Stacey O’Brien once again had a very good year but the lack of title defenses (or lack of wrestlers stepping up to challenge her) for the WLW stood out to the voters. Still one cannot deny that she had an impressive year defending the WLW title against the likes of Miss Natural, The Great Cheyenne and Rebecca Raze. During the year she would wrestle for 3XWrestling and Show Me Wrestling against arch rivals Miss Natural and Lucy Mendez.  O’Brien also hosted the Stacey O show (ala Pipers Pit) with guest Lex Luger and Cowboy Bob Orton.

Others receiving nominations – Rachel Summerlyn and Lucy Mendez

PAST WINNERS

2011 –Stacey O’Brien

2010 – Amy Hennig

2009 – MsChif

2008 – Stacey O’Brien

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Midwest stars The Great Cheyenne and The Great Malaki cherishes their time with The Union League Boys and Girls Club in Pilsen ,Illinois.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 15, 2012

Editors note: We would like to thank Midwest female superstar The Great Cheyenne for sending in this great story of her time with the The Union League Boys and Girls Club in Pilsen,Illinois. MWR fans have seen her wrestle for Harley Race’s World League Wrestling, IHW and will be in action this weekend once again for All American Pro Wrestling.

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The GREAT CHEYENNE & THE GREAT MALAKI with some of the summer staff from the Union League Boys & Girls Club- Photo courtesy of the Great Cheyenne

When I was asked by Carlos Gallardo – a Juvenile Probation Officer and a volunteer for The Union League Boys and Girls Club in Pilsen, Illinois if I would be interested in visiting the kids, I immediately said, of course. There are plenty of reasons why it would be a GREAT idea to go back to my hometown neighborhood and spend some time with these young people, as long as they were also interested in seeing me too. I mean I just wasn’t sure if they were going to be interested in what I do ….wrestle.

This was a great opportunity to try and show these inner city kids that there is some positive energy and encouragement out there. I would be letting them know that there is a healthy way of just being yourself and doing something you enjoy without getting into trouble.

Life coming from Pilsen wasn’t easy and it wasn’t a simple stroll in the park without something dangerous always going down. I mean if I sat down to recount incidents, I can’t tell you how many people I watched get killed right in front of me, how many gang fights I saw, or shootings just started while I was simply walking to buy some gummy fish at the neighborhood store. I am not even recounting the fights I had to avoid or the ones I had to fight to protect myself. Who better to tell them that it will be ok, than someone who came from the same beginnings as them. They seemed very interested and captivated when I shared stories about me growing up in Pilsen. I told them where I had lived and what schools I went to. I understand the hardships growing up there and what they might be going through. I had to avoid the trouble, the fights, the gangs, the drugs, and the bully’s just like them. We know times change but some things always stay the same. I avoided as much as could be avoided when you’re not looking for trouble. I told them I hoped they were doing the same- staying out of trouble, staying smart, safe and healthy. All these issues we find ourselves forced to overcome growing up in the violent, gang infested neighborhoods inevitably does affect us and who we become. If we let it, it can render us criminal, negative, angry, and completely non-productive to ourselves and society. My message to them is, “Life is a choice, it is your choice, there are no excuses, choose well”. Say no to the gangs, the drugs, the trouble, smoking, bullying, and anything else illicit and no good. I too could have chosen any one of those things but I DID NOT. My choice was to be smart and live a better life than a lot of my peers. I studied martial arts for 4 years before I found myself wrestling.

This was something I found that I truly enjoyed.

They especially had fun with a guessing game we played, where they had to guess my age and weight and the winners would get MWR #73 Hellfire Symphony trading card.

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That seemed to go over really well with this young crowd. I even popped the crowd when I teased a show of strength and got them chanting “DO IT”! so I picked up Malaki as if to power slam him. (AS ALWAYS THANKS MALAKI FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE) This left them shocked, amazed and chanting “Do it again!” Most likely these kids haven’t seen anything like this within eyeshot.

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The Great Cheyenne brings smiles to a young girl during the trip to the Boys and Girls club- Photo courtesy of the Great Cheyenne

This was my intro to nutrition and exercise. A show of strength has to be a great sell to eating right and exercise. Martial arts and Wrestling motivated me to eat healthy and exercise but wrestling stole my heart and keeps me going strong. The visual of me picking up a man in front of them must have been impressionable because all I saw was wide-bug eyed faces and opened mouths. I think this helped them connect because I kept them interested much to my disbelief….they still wanted to hear what I had to say. #HUGE SMILES

For kicks – We played a little nutrition trivia, I had them guess how many times I eat broccoli and veggies a day. As surprised as some might be, these kids were attentive the whole time.

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The children were able to see the softer side of the Great Cheyenne. In 2012, she has challenged for the WLW Women’s title and been a star for AAPW TV show as well as many other parts of the country. – Photo courtesy of the Great Cheyenne

All in all this was a great time! I finished off letting them in on some of my wrestling accomplishments and pulled out one of my Championship titles. ADC Men’s Championship Title. Again they were wide eyed, curious and excited. They all wanted to touch the GOLD and to furthermore reinforce my message with conviction and heart, they did! In order for one to accomplish goals in life it is important to be able to visualize yourself in that light. So they took turns holding my belt, asking questions, and taking pictures with it as well. It was GREAT to see the smiles on their faces. I feel this was especially important because in a child’s world where chances are you may be seeing more bad examples everyday than good ones, visualizing yourself in a positive situation or accomplishing some awesome things becomes a real challenge to overcome. Statistics don’t favor this demographic. I want them to know anything is possible, if they work hard for it. I just want them to be able to visualize themselves enough so they may pursue what they chose despite their circumstances and what others may say.

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Photo courtesy of the Great Cheyenne

From here I shared stories of my travels and how I have fans and have made friends all over the world as they passed the belt around with big smiles and taking pics. I hope they realize it is possible for them to see the world through a profession they love if they work hard, stay strong and “fight “ for what they want. Chances are lot of these kids might not ever leave this neighborhood, I know people that never did.

Finally – I autographed pictures for those that wanted one. I was glad I brought enough because I got mobbed! Hahaha *smiles again

They were a great bunch of kids, who gave me a warm welcome and appreciated my having come to spend some time with them. I was also struck by the interest that the older teens and adults had in speaking more with me after the autographs. There were sincere thanks and they said it was really cool that I cared enough to come back and spend time with them. This I wasn’t expecting, I was pleasantly surprised and the feeling was mutual. I was grateful that they took interest in my wrestling and welcomed me in.

I can see my visit had a positive effect; it was in their faces and smiles. I just hope others in a position to share good energy and some platform of success will also take a lead and volunteer a few moments to show some encouragement and a mentoring moment for our youth. Our youth needs it. Suicide statistics are higher than ever, kids drop out of school, violent crimes have always existed but somehow it seems things are worse than ever, with all these random shootings in schools, movie theatres and churches. Need I say times are different than when times were simpler and we enjoyed things that were so much fun like jacks, fishing, jumping rope, swizzle sticks and board games with family and friends? A lot of our youth is depressed and knows too much too early on that they don’t need to know. I think technology as great as it is often times leads us to be disconnected. I think we need to reconnect, simply so. So don’t wait for a group or your fed to organize a gathering at your local youth group, just do it yourself. The kids will be happy to see you and eager to hear your stories, like they were to see Malaki and me.

If you have doubts and don’t think volunteering a moment to these kids is a good idea give it a second thought. Chris Gallardo, the Juvenile probation officer said “She made a huge impact on our kids that day, 7/16/2012! I have to say this, in the jobs I had before, I had the opportunity to meet Pro Athletes, some were nice some weren’t, people say that wrestling is fake, ok, but the punishment that these athletes put on their bodies is not, God speed to them. Cheyenne did 8 wrestling matches over the weekend. She flew in from Florida, where she was at Slammin Ladies and wrestled leilani Kai, didn’t even get any sleep and came to the Boys & Girls Club to visit our kids for a couple of hours. These two athletes, truly care about their fans, I’m very happy to say THANK YOU VERY MUCH FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEAR. I’m only a volunteer at the Club, but I am proud of the way the kids welcomed you both and the way they were acting towards you and Malaki. Again Great Cheyenne & Malaki, you are always welcome back to The Union League Boys & Girls Club. You are #1.”

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Kevin Sullivan would be proud of the Great Cheyenne as Serenity feels the pain in the tree of woe- Photo Credit Brian Kelley

-The Great Cheyenne

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NEW MATCH THIS SATURDAY AT AAPW: The women’s division in AAPW has been picking up steam in recent months, and that will continue at this Saturday’s “Collision” taping. The Great Cheyenne defeated Serenity at “Summer Chaos,” while Rebecca Raze was last seen at “Main Event” in a losing effort against Stacey O’Brien. Now, these two women will collide in the ring, and only one will be able to emerge victorious. Can Cheyenne continue to establish a reign of dominance, or will Raze avenge the loss she suffered in January? Be there Saturday to find out. — at Black Diamond Harley-Davidson.

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The Great Cheyenne looks to take over WLW and the Midwest in 2012.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 14, 2012

By Brian Kelley

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Art contest of The Great Cheyenne and The Great Malaki won by Cheyenne Tallman

MWR fans have seen the Great Cheyenne wreck havoc in the past but in April she now sets her sights on the most prestigious women’s title in the MWR coverage area, Harley Race’s World League Wrestling Ladies champion Stacey O’Brien.

The two met at All American Pro Wrestling earlier this year as The Great Cheyenne meet O’Brien looked to end her winning streak at AAPW. Honestly, I was excited about how this match would go down. While I had fans come up to me and said that the match looked to be a struggle,

I was quick to reply to them that of course it was. First you have the 2-time MWR Wrestler of the Year Stacey O’Brien, though she is not huge in statue is trained by the great Harley Race. She is fundamentally sound and know how to use leverage and just when to explode at the right time to overwhelm her opponent.

On the other side of the ring is the demented powerhouse The Great Cheyenne. Though O’Brien has been in the ring with the likes of Miss Natural who is a powerhouse in her own right, Naturals offense is with a purpose. Meanwhile the Great Cheyenne is unpredictable and carries a rage that puts her opponent on the heels.

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The first meeting between these two was a slobber knocker (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

That is what happened as the two when into a battle of chess on AAPW’S Collision. It was by no means pretty as O’Brien struggled with the force of Cheyenne, as the current MWR Female Wrestler of the Year O’Brien befuddled the girl that is the she devil of Hellfire Symphony with the skills taught to her from Race.

At the end of the night the clash of styles would have O’Brien remain undefeated in ALL American Pro Wrestling.

Now the stage is set for a rematch in less than a week at World League Wrestling as Stacey O’Brien will defend her title against The Great Cheyenne on back to back nights in Sedan, Kansas and Richmond, Missouri.

I am thrilled to see just in fact who has the advantage in this rematch. Has the AAPW set off a feud that will last throughout 2012 and escalate throughout WLW and AAPW respectfully as well as all over the Midwest?

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Also on these cards will be WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Von Erich, that will be ringside as his sons Ross and Marshall will team up to take on Brian Breaker and the WLW Champion “The Prince” Jason Jones, plus all of your favorite WLW Stars.

Also in attendance will be one of the greatest wrestlers of ALL-TIME Harley Race.

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