FFP Sunday is for Chaos | March 13, 2016
The show opened up with clips of last night’s HONOR Wrestling Mega Event where Full Force Pro made the clean sweep against HONOR Wrestling, including Farrah defeating Yuriko Fuji to become the new HONOR Women’s Champion.
Quinn Delaney vs Katrina Cabrera
One-Fall | 15-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
A back and forth matchup which had the Houston crowd pumped up. Houston was solidly behind Quinn, booing any offensive move made by the first ever OWF Women’s Champion. In the end Quinn hit an impressive diving DDT after springboarding off the middle rope for the pin.
After the match Quinn got on the microphone and challenged Lara Chambers to a match at Aggravated Assault.
Be sure to join us March 17-20 for our third annual Tour of Japan. March 17-19 we will present special events from the Land of the Rising Sun. And on March 20th for the second straight year we will present FFP Aggravated Assault live from Tokyo!
At this epic tour we will witness two tournaments (one male, one female) to crown the first ever Tokyo Cup Winners! It will be a history making event!
The scene cut backstage where President Duncan Wright announced that Lara Chambers had accepted Quinn Delaney’s challenge for Aggravated Assault.
Triple Threat | #1 Contender for FFP TV Title
Adam Black vs Jason Copeland vs Marcelo De La Torre
One-Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
The reigning FFP Television Champion Odell Porter came out to provide guest commentary. He spoke about how serious he takes his title reign and that he will defend against anyone.
Adam Black tore into Jason Copeland as Marcelo De La Torre chose his shots. Copeland was the first eliminated after a getting hit with the Prince’s Throne by Adam Black.
Black and Torre went at it, with both superstars hitting solid moves. However it was the former Mexican Heavyweight Champion Marcelo De La Torre getting the three count after hitting Adam with his finisher El Paralizar.
The scene cut backstage where Tyrece Beckman was standing by with Hunt Enterprises. Bianca spoke about Anarchy and Mikhail and how they would dominate the Tokyo Cup Tournament. She talked about how her group would have the Tokyo Cup and would also most definitely take back the FFP Tag Team Titles.
On March 20 for the second straight year we will present Aggravated Assault LIVE from Tokyo, Japan. Don’t miss this epic pay-per-view which will feature the finals of the Tokyo Cup Tournaments as well as the last event of our third annual Tour of Japan!
FFP Adrenaline Title
(c) Christopher Morgan w/ Lux vs Nina Fox
One-Fall | 60-Minute Time Limit | 20 Second Count Out
Most FFP matches seem to be back and forth, but we don’t have a problem with telling you so in every one of our match descriptions. The reigning Adrenaline Champion gained an early advantage on Nina Fox due to the strength advantage.
Nina fought back, trying like hell to stop Christopher Morgan’s title reign just six days away from of breaking Nina’s record setting 365-day Diamond Title reign.
Early the former Women’s Champion rocked Morgan with a Superkick. He fell back into the ropes causing him to bounce back, so she gave him another. This sent Morgsn between the ropes and falling to the arena floor. Nina followed it up with a suicide dive onto the champion.
Lux tried to argue with Nina, but Fox ignored it, attempting to muscle Christopher back into the ring.
The match found it’s way back into the ring where Nina went for a dive off the top, but Morgan caught her and planted her with a slam. He dropped an elbow but Nina kicked out at two. He went to pick Nina up but she hooked him in a small package for an extremely close two count. Lux set the Adrenaline Title on the apron and climbed up to argue with the referee. As she distracted the official, Morgan went to grab the Adrenaline Title. But Nina took advantage herself and leveled Morgan with a kick to the groin. Every man in the crowd winced in pain. The challenger then ripped the Adrenaline Title out of Morgan’s grip and BLASTED the champion across the head. Morgan was OUT!
Nina chucked the title at Lux causing her to fall off the apron. Nina then made the cover. It looked like she was going to win the title! The referee counted. But somehow Christopher Morgan was able to get his shoulder up just in time. Nina couldn’t believe it. She turned to him, making sure he wasn’t mistake.
Lux now took it upon herself to enter the ring. Possibly to get back at Nina,
or maybe to get the champion disqualified. As she charged Nina, Fox caught her and slammed her to the mat with a belly to belly suplex. Nina then turned around in time to get absolutely obliterated by a Christopher Morgan lariat. He then pulled Nina up, planted her with the Tiger Driver and pinned her for the three count. The champion retained his title, although it was very sketchy.
Morgan helped Lux up and took possession of his Adrenaline Title. His reign continued, and was getting dangerously close to becoming the longest in FFP’s history.