12/23/2015 FFP Wednesday Night


FFP Wednesday Night | December 23, 2015
Cincinnati, Ohio

The show opened up with clips from the FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament thus far. Including El Desconocido’s upset victory over Daniel Matthews, Jackson Pearce costing Prince Tau his match against Mikhail Vakhrov, Austin Briggs beating OWF rookie Zany, and more.

Next we saw Brandi Moore and Taylor Clawson making their entrance. Seduction Inc got into the ring and asked if 2Hott would join them in the ring. Farrah Clements and Britain Jade then came out.

Brandi and Taylor wished them both a very Merry Christmas, wished them both the best in their match at FFP Throwback, and wished Farrah good luck in tonight’s FFP:Japan Women’s Title defense against Yuriko Fuji.

2Hott thanked Seduction Inc. Told them to also have a Merry Christmas and great holiday season. The two teams agreed that they would go into Throwdown in Milwaukee and give the crowd the best match that they could give. The Cincinnati crowd cheered as the girls then embraced and waved to the crowd.

FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament | Quarterfinals
Ashley King vs Mikhail Vakhrov w/ Bianca Hunt
One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
The OWF Champion Ashley King came to Cincinnati to pull the upset on former FFP Tag Team Champion Mikhail Vakhrov. The big Russian had other plans. The battle was back and forth with King stunning Vakhrov and knocking him out of the ring with a clothesline over the top. Mikhail got back into the ring with vengeance. After a couple of hard strikes Vakhrov planted King with his finisher From Russia with Love for the three count. Mikhail Vakhrov advanced to the Semifinals of the tournament which will be held at FFP Throwback!


FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament | Quarterfinals

Kashimanaki vs Lizzy Kraven
One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Kashimanaki didn’t seem as hesitant to due battle with Lizzy Kraven like he did with Veronica Clyne just days before. The two traded some impressive and brutal shots. Chops, clotheslines, European uppercuts and open hand strikes. Kashimanaki began to chop Lizzy down with kicks, missing a shining wizard and opening himself to being slammed with a German suplex. Lizzy followed that up with a death valley driver for a two count. She then went for the Kraven Lariat, but Kashimanaki ducked it and hit a superkick. He grabbed Lizzy and hooked her for the Kashimanaki Driver, but Lizzy escaped and off the rebound hit the Kraven Lariat. She pinned Kashimanaki, but somehow the former Cruiserweight Champion kicked out. Lizzy pulled him up and went for the Kraven Lariat once more, but Kashimanaki caught her arm and somehow hooked her in the Cattle Mutilation. As he locked the hold on, Lizzy was trapped in the center of the ring. She tried like hell to reach her feet out and touch the bottom rope, or simply rock her body over and break the hold, but she couldn’t. She was forced to verbally submit. Kashimanaki would advance to the Semifinals at FFP Throwback, facing off against Mikhail Vakhrov.

The scene cut backstage where Raquel St. Claire was standing by with Jackson Pearce. She asked Jackson about his match this Sunday with Prince Tau, and also if he was at all affiliated with Bianca Hunt and Hunt Enterprises.

Jackson said that he was no affiliated with the group, but simply wanted to show the world that he was the better half of him and Prince Tau’s tag team. He said that Tau went on to team with someone else while he was laid up with an injured knee, and Tau didn’t even bother to come and see him. Jackson said he felt like obviously the partnership was not that important to Prince Tau, and he wanted to let Tau know how he felt about the blatant disrespect.

Then he went on to say that he would destroy Prince Tau this weekend at FFP Throwdown, and after that, his future at FFP would only get more and more bright.

In the Ring
The FFP Television Champion Aiden Conrad came down to the ring with Missy Hyatt by his side. Aiden took the microphone and talked about the interview that FFP posted with Adam Black. Aiden talked about how Adam was trying to play the victim and cry about how he hadn’t accomplished anything, but it was obviously because he wasn’t that good.

This of course brought Adam Black out to the ring. Black took possession of a microphone, but only used it to drive into the face of Aiden Conrad. He jumped on top of the TV Champ and laid into him with punches. Eventually Aiden fought back, and the brawl was broken up by FFP officials.

Interim-President Duncan Wright then came out to make an announcement. He said that tonight they’d give the Cincinnati crowd a great Christmas present. Aiden Conrad defending the Television Title against Adam Black! The crowd was pleased.

FFP Television Title
(c) Aiden Conrad w/ Missy Hyatt vs Adam Black

One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
This was an all-out brawl. The match began in the ring but spilled to the outside, and eventually into the crowd after Adam Black clotheslined Aiden over the steel guardrail. The match found it’s way back into the ring after Black had poured a pop all over Aiden’s head and Aiden slammed Adam into the steel guardrail.

Black hit Aiden with a superplex. He pulled him up and planted him with a swinging neckbreaker, but only got a two count off the exchange. Missy Hyatt jumped onto the apron for the distraction and Aiden hit a low blow. He then rolled Adam up pulling his tights, but Adam was still able to kick out before the three count! Adam Black fought back once more, hitting a back elbow then planted Aiden’s face into the mat with a bulldog. Adam then hoisted Aiden up and hit his finisher, the Prince’s Throne. He hooked Conrad’s leg, but just as the referee was about to make the three count, Missy Hyatt slid into the ring and grabbed Adam by his face, digging her nails into his eyes. The referee had no choice but to call for the bell.

As Missy continued trying to do damage, Aiden got back up and began to pummel Adam. Eventually grabbing the Television Title and laying the challenger out with it. Aiden and Missy then left the ring with the TV Title still intact.

The scene cut backstage where the Interim-President Duncan Wright was talking on the phone to someone, talking about how he was expecting Santa Claus any minute. The crowd heard this news and cheered.

On January 10, 2016 the Ohio Wrestling Federation will present it’s 50th event, fittingly titled OWF 50! This will also be the very first time that an OWF event takes place outside of Cincinnati. That’s right, OWF invades Chicago! Be sure to check it all out on the FFP Network. And Tweet about the event using hashtags #OWF50 as well as #OWFChicago!

FFP:Japan Women’s Title
(c) Farrah Clements vs Yuriko Fuji
One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Just like the last match they had, this one was back and forth with a lot of hard hits. Farrah planted Yuriko early with a DDT but only got a two count. She followed it up with a running kick acrossed Yuriko’s chest, followed by a high angled back suplex that seemed to almost cut the challenger in half. Farrah got another two count.

She took Yuriko up top. The two battled on the top turnbuckle trying to gain the advantage. Somehow Yuriko did, and hit an amazing super powerbomb, seemingly knocking the champion out. That is until Farrah kicked out just before the three count. Yuriko pulled Farrah up and hit her with a nasty German suplex. She attempted another pin, but Farrah had landed too close to the ropes. She reached out and grabbed the bottom rope before the three count. Fuji pulled the blonde up once more and this time went for a running STO, but Farrah clocked, hit a knee to the gut and planted the challenger with the Fame Kisser. Farrah hooked Yuriko’s leg, but again, a kickout before the three count.

Farrah looked into the crowd. She pulled herself up and walked to the corner. It looked like she was setting Yuriko up for Matt Kraven’s finisher, the Superkick. She went for the move, but Fuji dodged it, grabbed Farrah from behind, and threw her with another devastating German suplex. Yuriko then pulled Farrah up and placed her on the top turnbuckle. She grabbed around her waist and hit yet another German suplex, this time off the top rope. Yuriko held the position for the pin, and there was a new FFP:Japan Women’s Champion, Yuriko Fuji.

Fuji took possession of the title and held it in the air as the Cincinnati crowd booed.

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FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament | Quarterfinals

Austin Briggs vs Logan Christopher w/ Brandi Moore
One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Another very entertaining match for the fans of Cincinnati. The match began with a handshake, but then it was all business. Austin Briggs hit the first big move, with a reverse suplex. Logan Christopher fought back, stunning Austin with a hard kick to the head followed by an inverted DDT. Logan went up top, but Austin stopped him in his tracks and hit a double underhook suplex from the top rope. Briggs then grabbed Logan and went for the Brainbuster, but Logan somehow reversed it into a small package. However Briggs kicked out at two.

Logan stayed on Austin, hitting him with a couple of strikes before Irish whipping him into the ropes. Logan went for a clothesline, but Austin ducked it and hit a spinebuster when Logan turned back around. Austin now went up top. Uncharacteristic for him, he attempted a flying headbutt, but Logan somehow got a knee up and Briggs’ head crashed into Logan’s knee. Austin looked like he was out.

Logan then ascended to the top rope. With Brandi Moore cheering him on at ringside, Logan hit his beautiful Shooting Star Press. He pinned Briggs and got the victory. He would advance to the Semifinals.

The scene cut backstage where we saw officials from FFP:Japan approaching Kashimanaki. They spoke with the FFP superstar before heading into a room with him.


In the Ring
The scene cut to ringside where none other than Santa Claus came down to the ring! Handing out FFP action figures, video games, t-shirts and more, Santa put smiles on everyone’s face in Cincinnati. He stepped into the ring and waved out to the crowd. As the fans enjoyed seeing the big guy tossing out Christmas presents, the lights in the arena suddenly went black. When they came back on, “Bloody” Mary Belle, Nero, Attila and Caligula were in the ring. SUCCUMB had come to ruin Christmas. Santa obviously tried to talk some sense into them, obviously being on the naughty list however, they didn’t listen.

“Bloody” Mary gave orders to destroy everyone’s favorite elf. As the three henchmen approached, Matt Kraven, Daniel Matthews and the FFP and FFP:Japan Tag Team Champions Assault & Battery rushed to the ring. A brawl broke out. Back and forth as Santa stepped back and watched from one of the corners. Eventually Kraven, Matthews and the Tag Champs cleared the ring, sending Nero, Attila and Caligula all crashing to the arena floor while “Bloody” Mary Belle took it upon herself to retreat. The four superstars then greeted Santa with hugs and let him stand in the middle of the ring to a great reaction from the Cincinnati fans.

FFP World Heavyweight Title Tournament | Quarterfinals

Christopher Morgan w/ Lux vs Adam Hyatt w/ Madison Castle
One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Adam Hyatt found himself in a main event tournament match yet again. This was a hard hitting war that saw both men hold onto the momentum for long amounts of time. Christopher Morgan hit a backbreaker for a two count. He hit a belly to belly suplex for another two count. Then he went for his Tiger Driver. But Hyatt pushed out of the hold and surprised Morgan with one of his finishers the Superkick. Hyatt fell down but quickly crawled toward the Adrenaline Champion to make the pin. But Morgan kicked out at two.

Hyatt pulled Morgan up and hit a piledriver, but only got another two count. Next he set Morgan up for the Wrist Clutch Exploder. However Morgan escaped the move and hit a back suplex that looked like it could have broken Adam’s neck. Morgan pulled Adam up and just to make sure, hit a swinging neckbreaker. Morgan then called for the end. He pulled Hyatt up and planted him with the Tiger Driver. But to the shock of the Cincinnati crowd, Adam somehow kicked out just before the three count. Christopher Morgan couldn’t believe it. He got up, arguing with the referee, demanding that he say it was a three count and award the match to Morgan.

As Morgan complained and argued, Adam Hyatt got back to his feet. When Morgan noticed, it was too late. He got cracked in the jaw with a running knee. Hyatt then grabbed a hold of the Adrenaline Champion and planted him with the Wrist Clutch Exploder. Hyatt hooked the leg, and got the three count! He would advance to the Semifinals and face Logan Christopher at FFP Throwback.

After the match Madison joined Adam in the ring. She hugged him as they celebrated. The Cincinnati crowd gave the couple a standing ovation as the show came to an end.

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