01/24/2016 FFP Frost Bite (PPV)


FFP Frost Bite
January 24, 2016 | New York, New York

The show began with the FFP President Duncan Wright who thanked everyone for braving the blizzard to attend the event.

Duncan promised some great in ring action.

Travis Banks vs Teddy Wagner

One-Fall | 15-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
This was a hard hitting match from beginning to end. Teddy started it off hitting Banks with a running knee lift to the face as Banks climbed into the ring. A gut wrenching suplex and flying elbow drop got him a close two count. Banks hit a superkick out of nowhere followed by a clothesline over the top, then a suicide dive.

The match got back into the ring where Wagner gained the advantage after a rake to the eye. He then planted Travis with a piledriver for a two count. Wagner went for a second piledriver, but Travis surprised Teddy, reversing it into a roll up for the three count.

After the match Teddy attacked Travis from behind with a knee to the middle of the back. He planted him with a hard DDT. Then he spiked him with another piledriver. However he wasn’t happy yet. Wagner took two steel chairs and hit Banks with a vicious con-chair-to.

Quinn Delaney vs Nina Fox
One-Fall | 15-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
The match began with Nina taunting Quinn, kind of playing around with her. Obviously this aggravated Quinn which led to her taking Nina down with a double leg and tearing into her with fists and forearms.

Nina fought back, eventually hitting an awesome tilt-a-whirl backbreaker then locking her in the Dragon Clutch. Nina locked the hold in tight, with Quinn reaching for the ropes and gasping for air. The fight was becoming too tough. But somehow she muscled herself up, with Nina on her back. She charged toward the corner and turned, slamming Nina into the corner. Then trapping her and leveling her with continuous back elbows to the head.

Quinn then hoisted Nina up on her shoulders, but Nina pushed off. When Quinn turned around Fox cracked her with the Superkick. She hooked the leg, but Quinn somehow kicked out at two?

Nina now pulled Quinn up. Signaling for another Superkick. This one would surely put Quinn away. But Quinn ducked the attempt and tossed Nina with a German suplex. Nina fought back up to her feet and was hit with the Quinn Cutter. Quinn hooked the leg, but Nina kicked out at two! Can you believe it?! Quinn stepped back, waiting for Nina to get up again. Then she hit her with another Quinn Cutter! Quinn made the pin again, and this time got the three count! Quinn Delaney had defeated Nina Fox!

Matt Evanston & ??? vs Hunt Enterprises

One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Hunt Enterprises came out first, inviting Matt Evanston to come out with whomever he could fester up. Evanston came out and walked down to the ring, alone. Could he not find a partner to assist him in his attempt to take down Hunt Enterprises?

Evanston took the microphone. He smiled, and said that he looked high and low for a tag team partner. He said that he went up and down the FFP roster for the perfect partner. He paused, and said then he just decided to go back to the start…

Then Nathan Caine came out! The AMERICANS BULLDOGS were back! Caine slid into the ring. And before you know it, the former multi time FFP Tag Team Champions were dishing out a butt whooping to Hunt Enterprises.

Anarchy and Mikhail fought back, using their size and strength to their advantage. But the Bulldogs gelled like the tag team that they had been in the past. Hitting suplexes, slams, strikes and one hell of a spike powerbomb to Mikhail.

After Matt Evanston blasted Anarchy with the Go to Sleep, Nathan Caine turned the big man around and planted him with the Double Underhook Driver. Caine made the pin and got the three count. The American Bulldogs were back, and took down one of the biggest teams in FFP.

Tomorrow night the Ohio Wrestling Federation makes it’s Monday night debut with OWF 53! Catch it live tomorrow night when Ashley King defends the OWF Title against Levi Blake who will have the Dixon Boys in his corner!

Also new OWF Women’s Champion Erin Spencer defends her title against Cappadonna.

And more!

FFP Television Title
(c) Aiden Conrad vs Adam Black

One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Adam Black came out with something to prove, rocking Aiden Conrad with right hands and planting him with a double arm DDT. Conrad fight back, hitting two consecutive superkicks then clotheslining Adam over the top, hoping to get a count out victory. It didn’t work out that way for Conrad as Black rolled back into the ring after a 16 count.

Aiden slammed Black with a Michinoku Driver then went up top for a frog splash. But Adam brought his knees up, Conrad’s ribs crashing down onto them. Black now pulled Aiden back up and hit a rib buster, then hooked him in a modified abdominal stretch. Conrad was in pain, but he held on. Eventually Adam brought him up and slammed him with an Alabama Slam. Aiden kicked out at two, and fought his way back on the offensive after a thumb to the eye. He hit the Beauty Maker but Adam landed too close to the ropes and was able to break up the pin. Aiden ascended to the top again and went for a flying elbow drop. Conrad’s second attempt at a high flying move was his second failed attempt as Black moved out of the way. Adam now brought Aiden up and successfully hit him with the Prince’s Throne. Black hooked the leg and got the pin. Adam Black once again was the FFP Television Champion!

Mateo Chavez vs Tigre Blanco
One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
This match featured two superstars from Alianza Luchística Salazar. A non-title match featuring the ALS Light Heavyweight Champion (Campeonato Peso Ligero) Mateo Chavez and Tigre Blanco. A very fast paced match that showed the New York crowd a lot of high flying and jaw dropping action. Tigre Blanco hit some really cool moves including a standing top rope hurricanrana followed by a beautiful moonsault for a two count.

Chavez fought back hitting a running knee followed by a bulldog, then a flying leg drop to the back of his masked opponent’s head. Mateo went for a Death Valley Driver, but Tigre escaped out and rolled Mateo up for a two count. Next he planted Chavez with a jumping piledriver. Next Tigre Blanco went back up top, but Mateo cut him off on the turnbuckle. They traded blows back and forth up top until Mateo scooped Tigre up and planted him with an insane Death Valley Driver off the top rope! Mateo hooked the leg and got the three count. The New York crowd gave both men a standing ovation.

The scene cut backstage where Assault & Battery were getting ready to defend their Tag Team Titles against the HONOR Tag Team Champions Chad Lyons & Brian Kamen. As they spoke about their upcoming match, the newly reformed American Bulldogs walked by, stopping by the champions. The teams went face to face. There was obviously a mutual respect there as the Bulldogs wished Gregory and Kevin luck tonight. However they added that they’d gladly face the winners.

FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles
(c) Connelly Twins vs 2Hott

One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Another match built off of a big feud. We all have witnessed the Connellys steal victories over 2Hott, then constantly talk trash on Twitter. Tonight 2Hott wanted to change that. And they were bound and determined to do so.

All four of these ladies possessed technical wrestling abilities, but for the most part they tossed that out the window. Kylie hit a beautiful missile dropkick on Britain Jade. Later on she went for the same move on Farrah, however the former HONOR Women’s Champion caught Kylie’s legs and proceeded to hit her with a slingshot into the corner. Then blasted her with a running big boot to the skull.

Kylie eventually tagged out to her sister who used her power to beat down Farrah. Britain tagged in and hit Kylie with an impressive jumping swinging DDT from the corner. Katrina fought back, but fell down, holding her knee in pain. The referee stopped Britain Jade from attacking, checking on Katrina. As she talked to the ref about her knee Britain approached, against the official’s wishes. Katrina quickly rolled Britain up for a pin – she had faked the knee injury.

Britain kicked out just before the three count. Both ladies got back to their feet in time for Britain to rock Katrina with a hard kick to the head. She leveled her with a hard clothesline. Then she tagged Farrah back in. Farrah continued working Katrina over, eventually causing Kylie to come into the ring, attempting to blindside Farrah with the BAB. But Farrah anticipated the move, moving out of the way causing Kylie to obliterate her sister with the finisher. Britain now entered the ring, tossing Kylie through the ropes and to the outside.

Farrah now pulled Katrina up. She swung her into the ropes and hit her with an impressive Flapjack Stunner. Farrah then hooked Katrina’s leg for the pin. The referee made the count and 2Hott finally accomplished their dream of becoming the FFP Women’s Tag Team Champions!

FFP Tag Team Titles
(c) Assault & Battery vs Chad Lyons & Brian Kamen

One-Fall | 60-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Back on December 31 at the FFP New Year’s Eve Show Chad Lyons & Brian Kamen defeated Assault & Battery for the HONOR Tag Team Titles. Tonight they looked to take the other tag straps from Gregory Hart & Kevin Lewan.

This was a back and forth match. Very technical. Very entertaining. The New York crowd was on their edge of their seats or on their feet the entire match. Kevin Lewan planted Chad Lyons with a brainbuster for a two count. Lyons fought back, hitting Lewan with a sweet German suplex from the middle rope. Brian Kamen tagged in and continued working on Kevin. Finally Gregory Hart got the tag, and cleaned house on Lyons & Kamen.

Eventually Gregory and Kevin dumped Chad on the outside of the ring and hit an awesome double superplex in Brian Kamen. Kevin Lewan then locked Kamen in an ankle lock.

As Kamen fought to get out of the hold, Hart hit Lyons with a dangerous suicide dive on the outside of the ring. Lewan continued cranking on Brian’s ankle until he finally tapped out.

After the match Gregory and Kevin embraced. They had retained their titles. As they celebrated, Chad and Brian grabbed their HONOR Tag Team Titles and attacked the winners from behind. As they pummeled them with the titles the New York crowd booed.

Finally the American Bulldogs rushed the ring. Lyons & Kamen quickly slid out of the ring, retreating with their HONOR Titles. The Bulldogs then helped Assault & Battery up and shook their hands, congratulating them on their victory.

HONOR Wrestling World Title
(c) Joey DeMarco w/ Penelope Blair vs Matt Kraven

One-Fall | 60-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Matt Kraven was the first out to the ring. He went to the outside opposite of the entrance to wait for Joey. As DeMarco got to the ring, Kraven ran across the ring and leveled him with a clothesline. Kraven proceeded to put a violent beat down on Joey, slamming him into the steel guardrail, ring steps and face first into the steel ring post – repeatedly.

Kraven shoved DeMarco into the ring. Now possessing the HONOR World Title, Kraven blasted the champion with the belt. Joey went down like a ton of bricks, now blood spewing from his head.

Kraven went to the outside and searched under the ring. Pulling out a sledgehammer.
Kraven reentered the ring, and waited for his hated rival to begin to move. FFP officials swarmed the ring, but Kraven shoved a bunch of them out. Obviously this match meant way less to Kraven than getting revenge on DeMarco for attacking Matt’s sister.

As Joey got to his knees, Kraven charged, cracking him in the head with the sledgehammer. Joey went face first on the mat. Blood stained the mat below him. Kraven threw the sledgehammer down. The New York crowd was torn. Some enjoyed the carnage. Some thought it was too much.

Penelope Blair got on the apron but the look Matt gave her was enough to send her back down to the arena floor. As we cried for Kraven to stop, Matt pulled Joey back up by his hair. Kraven yelled in Joey’s face, “Never touch my sister again!” Kraven then stepped back and delivered the Superkick. Joey fell to his back. Motionless. Bloody.

By now Matt’s fiancé Farrah had made her way to the ring. She whispered to Matt who kept his eye on Joey. Eventually she was able to talk him down. Obviously the match had never started and was called a no contest. Kraven left the ring with Farrah as Joey was tended to by Penelope and EMTs.

FFP Women’s Title
(c) Lacey Abernathy vs Fiona Burke

One-Fall | 60-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
After years of hard work and dedication Lacey Abernathy was the FFP Women’s Champion, but had a tough task ahead of her in Fiona Burke. Burke, who is a former Diamond Tag Team Champion brought the fight to Lacey, hitting her with everything she had. But Lacey wouldn’t give up, and wouldn’t stay down.

After a senton off the middle rope, Fiona went for the FAB Drop, but Lacey escaped out and hit an awesome spinning back kick on Fiona, laying the challenger out. Lacey pulled Fiona up and went for a powerbomb. But Fiona used her momentum to go over Lacey, land behind her, and hit a running knee to Lacey’s jaw. Lacey stumbled back and fell through the ropes, landing on the arena floor.

Fiona went on the outside dishing out a little bit of punishment to Lacey before pushing her back into the ring. Fiona pulled Lacey up and went for another FAB Drop. This time, Lacey kept a hold of the top rope, causing Fiona to drop to the mat, slamming her head on the mat below. Fiona was stunned. Lacey then pulled Fiona out from the ropes. She climbed up onto the middle rope and hit a devastating knee drop to the head. Lacey then hooked Fiona’s leg and got the three count. Lacey had successfully defended her title.

FFP World Title
(c) Logan Christopher vs Austin Briggs

One-Fall | 60-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
After a couple of beat downs on Logan Christopher, courtesy of Austin Briggs, Logan was ready for some revenge. Although it was doubtful he’d take the extremes that Matt Kraven took earlier, Logan was ready to put a beating on the challenger for his title.

Uncharacteristic for Logan Christopher, he began the match by pummeling Austin with punches. Briggs fought his way back up to his feet, but Logan whipped him into the ropes and hit a beautiful dropkick.

Briggs went to the outside and grabbed a chair. He slid back into the ring where the referee took it away. As he dumped it to the outside, Briggs attempted a groin kick but Logan caught his leg and proceeded to hit a t-bone suplex. Austin shot back up to his feet but was hit by a head kick followed by an overhead belly to belly suplex.

Logan went up top, but Austin cut him off with a couple of shots to the head. Austin climbed up top with Logan and hit a superplex. Briggs covered Logan but the champion kicked out. Austin now pulled Logan up, going for his Brainbuster, but Logan hit Austin with a knee to the top of the head. Logan hit him with a couple more kicks dropping the challenger to his knees. Logan hit the ropes and delivered a shining wizard that echoed throughout the arena.

Logan now went up top. He went for his Shooting Star Press. However, Austin moved out of the way, and the champion crashed and burned. Austin pulled him up and hit him with a hellacious powerbomb. He pulled Logan up again and leveled him with a German suplex. Next, it was Briggs’ patented Brainbuster. He hooked Logan’s leg, but somehow the champion kicked out at two. Austin turned and began arguing with the referee. Briggs couldn’t believe it.

Logan slowly got up. As Briggs argued with the referee Logan charged, going for a clothesline. Briggs moved out of the way and Logan crashed into the referee. The ref went down, and Logan turned around, immediately getting hit with a kick to the groin. Austin then hit Logan with a clothesline.

Briggs went outside and retrieved his steel chair. As he went for a chairshot, Logan blasted Briggs with a VanDaminator. Logan made the cover, but the referee was unconscious!

Logan got up and tried helping the referee up. As he did this, a new referee came out. Austin, who had just came to, snuck up on Logan and rolled him up. Pulling the tights, the referee made the count, but Logan kicked out at two. Austin couldn’t believe Logan kicked out. He turned to the referee and argued that the count was slow. He turned back toward the champion, who hooked Briggs in a small package. The referee made the three count and somehow Logan Christopher defeated Austin Briggs with a small package!

Logan jumped up to his feet, with his arms in the air. The crowd cheered as the referee presented him with his title. But the celebration was cut short when Austin blasted Logan with a chairshot to the head. Logan fell to his back. But Briggs wasn’t done.

Austin next unfolded the chair and placed Logan’s head and neck in the chair. He climbed up onto the middle rope. Obviously he was attempting to injure Logan Christopher, and possibly end his career. However before he could jump on the chair, a bunch of FFP officials came out. They stood inbetween the champion and challenger, meanwhile helping Logan out of the ring. Austin began striking officials until finally FFP security came down and escorted Briggs to the back.


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