02/04/2016 FFP Thursday Night Madness


FFP Thursday Night Madness | February 4, 2016
Miami, Florida

The President of Full Force Pro, Duncan Wright came out and announced that this Sunday at FFP Sunday is for Chaos that we will see the first ever Tag Team Mash Up, where tag teams get chosen at random and compete throughout the night.

Aiden Conrad vs Deshaun Reed
One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
A very good wrestling match to kick things off. Aiden Conrad hit an impressive powerbomb on Deshaun for a two count. Reed came back, hitting a springboard flying forearm, then planted Aiden with the Crash Landing for the three count.

Don’t miss FFP Desperate Measures, live from Orlando, Florida on February 21st! We will witness Joey DeMarco put the HONOR World Title on the line against Matt Kraven – and if Kraven loses, he will no longer be able to wrestle for Full Force Pro!

In the Ring
The HONOR and OWF Women’s Tag Team Champions Amanda Kelly and Marilyn Mondo came out. They promised victory over 2Hott at Desperate Measures, which would lead to them holding three separate Women’s Tag Team Titles. The FFP Women’s Tag Team Champions Farrah Clements and Britain Jade then came out on stage. They told Amanda and Marilyn that they had enough to worry about this upcoming Monday when they’d put their OWF titles on the line against Amy Kraven and Chloe Banks.

Then, the former OWF Women’s Tag Champs Amy Kraven and Chloe Banks came out from the crowd. They lit up the new champions, hitting them with punches and kicks, eventually knocking Amanda Kelly out of the ring. Then they teamed up on Marilyn, hitting her with a double suplex. The challengers from the OWF got up and put their arms in the air. The crowd loved it, cheering and chanting for them.

Amy and Chloe walked up the entrance ramp and embraced the two members of 2Hott.

The scene cut backstage where Raquel St Claire was standing by with Teddy Wagner. Teddy mentioned Travis Banks’ challenge for Desperate Measures. He gladly accepted, saying Travis could even pick the stipulation.

Kylie Connelly vs Firefly
One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
A very competitive match. Kylie went for the BAB early but missed and got rolled up for a two count. Firefly hit a Michinoku Driver for another two count. Kylie gained the upperhand with a thumb to the eye and a DDT. Firefly battled back, going for the Crucifix Powerbomb, but Kylie slipped out of the masked woman’s grip and hit the BAB for the three count.


The scene cut backstage where Tyrece Beckman was standing by with the FFP Women’s Champion Lacey Abernathy, Quinn Delaney and Fiona Burke. They talked about how both Quinn and Fiona wanted a shot at the title. They agreed that next week at Thursday Night Madness Quinn and Fiona would battle with the winner going on to face Lacey Abernathy at Desperate Measures for the Women’s Title.

Prince Tau vs Jackson Pearce
One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
This was an ongoing feud that had calmed down just a little bit. But tonight it sizzled again, for one more time. The two superstars brawled around the ring, slamming each other into anything they could. The official was very lenient with his count.

When the match got back inside the ring Tau hit the Spear, but Pearce kicked out just before the three count. Pearce pulled Tau up and planted him with a swinging neckbreaker. Jackson then planted Tau with his finisher, the Pole Shift, but somehow Tau kicked out. Jackson couldn’t believe it. Pearce argued with the referee. Then he went for another Pole Shift. This time however, Tau muscled his way out and leveled Jackson with the F5 for the three count.

After the match Tau celebrated. However it was cut short as Jason Copeland rushed to the ring and attacked Tau, pummeling him before spiking him with Emerald Flowsion.

Raquel St Claire was now joined by Travis Banks. She asked Banks about Teddy’s accepting Banks’ challenge for Desperate Measures and asked what kind of stipulation he would like to put on the match. Banks thought for a moment then announced that their match would be a Last Man Standing Match!

Non-Title Match
Logan Christopher vs Austin Briggs

One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
A violent match that could be more appropriately called a fight. Briggs clotheslined Logan over the top and brawled with him around the commentator’s table, even choking him with electrical cords.

The match found its way back to the ring where the upperhand was traded back and forth. Logan hit a spinning DDT and went up top for the Shooting Star Press. Briggs raised his knees and Logan crashed down, ribs first. Austin then went for the Brainbuster, but Logan escaped and floored Briggs with a superkick. Logan began to ascend to the top again, but Austin got back to his feet and quickly and deliberately hit Logan with a blatant low blow.

Briggs next planted Logan with the Brainbuster. He went to the outside, grabbed the World Title, and proceeded to bust Logan open by leveling Logan in the head with it. Briggs dropped the title on Logan’s body and took the microphone. He said that in their cage match at Desperate Measures that the brutality would be one hundred times worse, and Austin would walk out the new World Champion.

Don’t miss FFP Desperate Measures live from Orlando, Florida on February 21st! FFP World Champion Logan Christopher will put his title on the line against his rival Austin Briggs in a steel cage match! Can Logan retain, or will we see the crowning of a new World Champion?

FFP Adrenaline Title
(c) Christopher Morgan w/ Lux vs Matt Kraven

One-Fall | 60-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
This match began as a very scientific wrestling match. Both wrestlers feeling each other out to gain the upperhand. Morgan’s 319-day title reign was very impressive, but possibly facing the toughest challenge.

Christopher hit Kraven with the Tiger Driver, but Matt kicked out at two. Kraven hit the Superkick, but Morgan got his shoulder up. Matt spiked Christopher with a jumping piledriver, but the champ got his foot in the bottom rope.

Kraven then slapped on his submission finisher, Kraven on Elm Street. Morgan fought, for what had to seem like a lifetime.

As he fought and stretched for the ropes, HONOR World Champion Joey DeMarco came down the isle. When Kraven noticed, he broke the hold. Absolutely turning his attention to possibly his most hated rival ever.

Kraven dared DeMarco to enter the ring, and face off. Joey teased sliding into the ring, but didn’t. As Matt was distracted, Christopher Morgan got back to his feet. And not knowing what was going on, Morgan grabbed Kraven from behind and dumped him on his back with a German suplex. He followed it up with a hard running knee. Then, he planted the challenger with the Tiger Driver. Morgan made the pin, and got the three count. His title reign would live on.

Joey DeMarco cheered for Morgan, attempting to high five him. The Adrenaline Champion would have no part of it. He walked up the entrance ramp with Lux and disappeared behind the curtain.

Meanwhile, Joey entered the ring. He knew that if he laid his hands on Kraven he would be suspended indefinitely. He signaled to the crowd. Then, the HONOR Tag Team Champions Chad Lyons and Brian Kamen came out from the crowd. Joey gave them orders, an they began pummeling Matt Kraven.

Joey directed traffic, as Lyons and Kamen hit Matt with a couple of chairshots. Then they grabbed a table and set it up in the ring. Just as things didn’t seem like they could get much better for Matt Kraven, the Soul Assassins made their FFP return!

Daniel Matthews, Veronica Clyne and the HONOR Intercontinental Champion Patrick McCoy rushed the ring. The trio destroyed the HONOR Tag Team Champions, and tossed them out of the ring. Then, they surrounded Joey DeMarco. Matt Kraven couldn’t lay a hand on Joey. But the Soul Assassins sure as hell could!

They pummeled the HONOR World Champion. Then, as Veronica and Patrick helped Matt Kraven to his feet, Daniel scooped Joey DeMarco up and hit him with the Death Valley Driver through the table. Daniel and his stablemates gave Matt Kraven a big group hug. The show came to an end as the crowd cheered the group celebrating with their old friend.


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