#AndNEW: MV Young, Wasteland War Party Win Gold in FEST Wrestling

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On Saturday, October 30, Florida’s FEST Wrestling returned to live-action for their first event since February of 2020’s Love Is A Battlefield 4with the return of its marquee event, We Are Family 4It was an emotional night as indie wrestling returned to Gainesville, Florida and a brand new era of FEST Wrestling kicked off with both FEST titles changing hands on the show, one featuring indie star MV Young.

FEST Wrestling Title Changes

#AndNEW: Wasteland War Party (Leon Ravage & Heidi Howitzer) Wins FEST Tag Team Championship

Just before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down indie wrestling in Florida, the FEST Tag Team Champions The Gym Nasty Boyz (Timmy Lou Retton & White Mike) vacated their titles, ending their third reign. On Saturday, FEST set out to crown new FEST Tag Team Champions, and it was the duo of Heidi Howitzer and Leon Ravage – two-thirds of Wasteland warriors with Ring of Honor star Max The Impaler – emerging victorious in a four-tag team fight that also featured The Mane Event (Jay Lyon & Midas Black), The Ugly Ducklings (Coach Mikey & Rob Killjoy), and G.R.I.T. (Montana Black & TJ Boss).

#AndNEW: MV Young Wins FEST Championship in Title-For-Title Match

The big battle going into the night was always going to be the title for title match that pitted FEST Champion EFFY – in the midst of a monstrous 728-day reign as FEST Wrestling Champion – facing off against the leader of the PolyAm Cult, MV Young, who had his Enjoy Wrestling Championship in the mix. In the end, it was MV Young scoring the victory, giving him his fourth title on the U.S. indies (he also holds the RYSE Championship and Wrestlers’ Lab Championship).

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