This is our third week of the FFP Power Rankings, and we continue to see new faces to the rankings pop up. Last week we saw Logan Christopher take on the top spot while Mason Wolfe made his first appearance at the number five spot.
With the FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament in full swing, who made the cut this week in our Power Rankings? Check them out!
Also, check out the brand new graphics for each ranking.
1. Logan Christopher
Logan Christopher kept his number one ranking in the FFP Power Rankings with a solid win over Hideki Kobayashi on Sadistic Saturday Night. Logan has looked rather impressive in the FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament, even winning himself the Cruiserweight Title against Hades in the opening round.
2. Adam Hyatt
Adam Hyatt jumps all the way to number two after not being ranked at all last week. Hyatt defeated Matt Evanston in an awesome match on Sadistic Saturday Night, advancing to the quarterfinals of the FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament. Hyatt held the World Title this year. Will he go on to become the first ever FFP World Heavyweight Champion?
3. Christopher Morgan
Christopher Morgan dropped down a spot this week. At Sadistic Saturday Night Morgan defeated Mason Wolfe in the second round of the FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament, however he used his manager Lux’s distraction as well as a low blow to win the match. This is most likely why he finds himself down a spot.
4. Chad Lyons & Brian Kamen
This week we welcome Chad Lyons and Brian Kamen to the FFP Power Rankings. Lyons & Kamen, a tag team in FFP:Japan, and a part of FFP:Japan World Champion Joey DeMarco’s stable, were the surprise opponents for Matt Kraven and Daniel Matthews at SSN. There, with a little help from Penelope Blair and Joey DeMarco, the tag team defeated Kraven & Matthews, jumping them to the number four spot.
5. Lizzy Kraven
Lizzy Kraven makes her first appearance in the FFP Power Rankings, after defeating former FFP World Champion Patrick McCoy in the second round of the FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament. Even though Lizzy is used to competing (and beating) the men of FFP, this was especially impressive as McCoy had spent much of 2015 as the FFP World Champion.