02/28/2016 FFP Sunday is for Chaos


FFP Sunday is for Chaos | February 28, 2016
Tampa, Florida

The show began with Eddie Siebenthaler and the HONOR Tag Team Champions Chad Lyons & Brian Kamen in the ring trash talking Matt Kraven as well as the Kraven/Clements wedding. The group then called out Daniel Matthews. Matthews, with the rest of the Soul Assassins by his side, walked out onto the stage. Matthews said that he had fallen for their tricks too many times. Matthews said that if Eddie Siebenthaler wanted a match, that he had one, and that the Soul Assassins would obviously be watching to make sure that everything was fair and square. Eddie accepted the match.

The scene cut backstage where Raquel St Claire was standing by with the FFP Women’s Champion, Lacey Abernathy. Raquel asked Lacey if she had thought much about the challenge put out by Ariana Chaos. Lacey said she did think about it, and felt like Ariana hadn’t done anything to deserve a title shot. Lacey said that if Ariana face off against an actual tough opponent, and won, that maybe Lacey wouldn’t think about giving her a title shot. Maybe…

American Bulldogs vs Rudi Delgado & Abram Vetrov
One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
A solid opening match that saw all types of wrestling. High flying from Rudi Delgado and Abram Vetrov. Power wrestling from the American Bulldogs. And of course technical wrestling from all four men. Rudi Delgado hit a superplex on Matt Evanston that led to Abram Vetrov ascending to the top and hitting a frog splash for a two count.

The Bulldogs battled back with a couple of tag team moves, like a double Northern lights suplex, and a double clothesline sending Rudi Delgado to the outside of the ring. Finally Matt Evanston locked Abram Vetrov in the Ankle Lock in the center of the ring. Vetrov fought and fought to get to the ropes, but couldn’t get there. He tapped out.

Right after the submission, Delgado rushed in and attacked Evanston. Nathan Caine came in to help his partner, but Delgado hit him with a low blow and planted him with a DDT. Delgado then helped Vetrov up and they laid a beating down on the American Bulldogs. Delgado then got on the microphone and announced that their new team name was the Tokyo Pitbulls, because they were better and more vicious than the American Bulldogs.


Ariana Chaos vs Jenna Kaufman
One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Making her return to Full Force Pro, Ariana Chaos came out on fire. Jenna Kaufman got some moves in, but it was Chaos planting Kaufman with the Impaler for the three count.

After the match Lacey Abernathy came out on stage with the Women’s Title on her shoulder, and a microphone in hand. She said that her instructions were simple. That Ariana needed to actually beat a tough opponent. Lacey said that Jenna wasn’t a tough opponent and that Ariana was denied a title shot.

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Nina Fox vs Britain Jade
One-Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
A very competitive match against a former FFP Women’s Champion and surely a future champion. Nina Fox got on the microphone before the match and continued her campaign to being inducted into the FFP Hall of Fame this July. However, the campaign may have been enough of a distraction for Nina to cost her the match. After taking Britain down with a superkick, Nina turned to the crowd and mouthed off to a few people in the front row. When she turned around however, she fell victim to Britain’s Corkscrew Neckbreaker. Britain then pinned the former champion for the three count.

Ariana Chaos was shown inside the office of President Duncan Wright. She was talking to him about wanting a shot at Lacey Abernathy and the FFP Women’s Title. Duncan said that he had quite a few ladies who he felt were top contenders. So Duncan announced that Thursday night at FFP Thursday Night Madness that Ariana would compete in a Four-Way Elimination Match against Quinn Delaney, Fiona Burke and Katrina Cabrera! The winner of the match would be the number one contender for the FFP Women’s Championship, and would wrestle for the title at FFP Aggravated Assault in Japan!

FFP Cruiserweight Title
(c) Synn vs EJ “Money” Carter

One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
A fast paced match that not only showcased the skills of former Cruiserweight Champion EJ Carter, but also showed that Synn can stand up right up there against the boys of FFP. After Synn planted EJ with the Death Valley Driver, she went for the pin. However the lights in the arena went black. Evil laughing was heard on the speakers as there was obvious commotion in the ring.

When the lights came back on, Synn was laid out. And SUCCUMB was standing over top of the downed superstar. Apparently their feud was far from over.

The scene cut backstage where Daniel Matthews was in the Soul Assassins locker room with Patrick McCoy and Veronica Clyne. They were obviously discussing a gameplan getting ready for Daniel’s match against Eddie Siebenthaler.

Next the scene cut to a graphic wishing Matt Kraven and Farrah (Clements) Kraven the best of luck in their marriage. For anyone who had missed it, the two got married last night in Cincinnati.

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In the Ring
The scene cut to the ring where the FFP Television Champion Odell Porter, along with his uncle and manager Darius Porter were standing. Odell talked about his successful title defenses and said that he would continue being a fighting champion until he could prove that he was going to be the best Television Champion that FFP has ever seen.

He was interrupted by Adam Hyatt, who walked down to the ring with Madison Castle by his side. Hyatt said that he had held the Adrenaline Title and he had held the World Title, but he had never held the Television Title. He said that he wanted to pull the sweep of all the singles titles he could compete for by winning the title that Odell holds.

Odell admitted that Adam Hyatt would be good stiff competition, but said that he wouldn’t back down to a challenge, and that he would gladly defend his title against Hyatt Thursday at Madness.

In a scene that we have gotten used to seeing lately, the scene cut quickly backstage where Prince Tau and Jason Copeland had again began to tear each other apart. Tau had seemed to have gotten the best of Copeland until Jason hit a knee to the ribs and slammed Tau up against the concrete wall.

There was loud shouting as the camera filmed the brawl. However they quickly hanged view down the hallway. There, Teddy Wagner and Travis Banks were engaged in a fist flying brawl. Officials quickly rushed both fights, trying to break them up and separate all the wrestlers. After many officials and road agents intervened, both brawls were broken up.

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

One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Christopher Morgan’s Adrenaline Title match would be against Kashimanaki. Kashimanaki hadn’t challenged Morgan in his epic Adrenaline Title reign, until tonight. In typical Kashimanaki fashion he cut Christopher down with dangerous kicks. The same kicks that echoed throughout arenas world wide.

Going for a hard kick to Morgan’s head, the Adrenaline Champion ducked and rolled Kashimanaki up for a roll up. However he only got a two count. Kashimanaki quickly popped back up but Morgan hit him with a knee to the jaw. The Japanese superstar stumbled backward before being leveled by a mighty clothesline, sending Kashimanaki back flipping through the air and crashing to his chest. Morgan went for another pin, but again only got a two count. He pulled Kashimanaki up for the Tiger Driver, but Kashimanaki escaped out and hit a hard kick to the skull. He then hooked Morgan and planted him with the Kashimanaki Driver! The title reign was going to end!

Kashimanaki pinned the champion, but before the three count could be completed, out of desperation Lux pulled the referee by his leg, out of the ring. The ref fell to the arena floor hitting his head and being knocked out cold. Kashimanaki turned and saw the perpetrator. He turned back to Morgan to teach him a lesson. He grabbed Morgan’s arms and hooked him in the Cattle Mutilation. Morgan screamed in pain. The crowd wasn’t so sure that match had officially ended or not, but cheered the former Cruiserweight Champion on.

As he held the reigning Adrenaline Champ in the Cattle Mutilation, Lux grabbed the Adrenaline Title. She climbed into the ring and set the belt down. Then she jumped up and crashed down on Kashimanaki’s ribs. Kashimanaki, in pain, got up and set his sights on Lux. He looked into the crowd who applauded. They wanted to see him teach her a lesson. He grabbed her by her blonde hair as she let out a scream. As he signaled for the Kashimanaki Driver Morgan scooped up the Adrenaline Title and blasted Kashimanaki in the back of the head. Just as he tossed the title out of the ring, another official sprinted to the ring. He slid in as Morgan pulled Kashimanaki’s body to the center of the ring. He pinned the challenger, and the referee made the count. Christopher had defended his championship.

After the match he helped Lux up and put his arm around her. He held the title up in the air as the crowd booed the couple.

The scene cut backstage where Eddie Siebenthaler was walking toward the entrance area. Wrapping tape around his wrists he looked determined. And surprisingly, he was alone. Maybe this would actually be a one-on-one match!

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The scene cut to President Duncan Wright in his office. Duncan announced that this Thursday at Madness that he decided to throw two feuds together with a tag team match. Prince Tau would team with Travis Banks to take on Jason Copeland and Teddy Wagner!

Daniel Matthews vs Eddie Siebenthaler
One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
There is only one way to describe this match. A fight. Fists flew as the two beat the hell out of each other. Daniel was busted open first after a series of fists to the forehead and eyebrow reigned down on him. However Matthews looked to break Eddie’s nose not only with a kick to the face that sent him stumbling into the corner, but a running knee straight to the nose.

Matthews scooped up Eddie for his finisher, the Death Valley Driver. However, as he was about to send Eddie crashing to his head, Brian Kamen emerged from the crowd. He slid into the ring and threw salt into Daniel’s eyes. Matthews dropped his opponent and fell to his knees, placing his hands over his eyes.

Chad Lyons now joined his stablemates in the ring. The trio began to pummel Daniel Matthews down. But the beat down was cut short when Patrick McCoy and Veronica Clyne rushed to the ring. McCoy, armed with the HONOR Intercontinental Championship while Veronica was armed with a steel chair. McCoy and Clyne began to dish out a beating to the attackers. However the numbers game began to play in the favor of Eddie and company.

That is until Daniel got a rush of adrenaline. Matthews hit Eddie with another kick to the skull and scooped him back up. One Death Valley Driver later and the Soul Assassins had a three-on-two advantage.

Until the Tokyo Pitbulls arrived. That’s right! The Pitbulls, who were planning on challenging Chad Lyons and Brian Kamen for their HONOR Tag Team Titles, rushed to the ring and assisted with the fight against the Soul Assassins. Obviously with the tag team coming out to assist, the Soul Assassins began to lose the battle.

But the American Bulldogs had other plans! Nathan Caine and Matt Evanston stormed the ring and dished out awesome clotheslines to any HONOR Wrestling superstar close enough to reach. The Soul Assassins and American Bulldogs took care of business, cleaning house and sending Eddie, Chad, Brian and the Pitbulls packing. The HONOR Wrestling superstars retreated through the crowd, leaving the FFP superstars to celebrate in the center of the ring as the show came to an end.


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