FFP Sunday is for Chaos | June 5, 2016
The show opened up with the FFP World Champion Daniel Matthews. Daniel talked about how Hades attacked him at Thursday Night Madness. He said that he had spoken to FFP President Veronica Clyne and that at Uprising on June 26th Daniel would put his World Title on the line against Hades. Matthews then promised Hades that he messed with the wrong guy.
FFP Tag Team Title
(c) Prince Tau & Jackson Pearce vs Chad Lyons & Brian Kamen
A hard hitting match with the Shibuya Mafia member Lyons & Kamen using their speed and agility to wear down the reigning champions. However Prince Tau nearly turned Chad inside out with the Spear for the three count.
Joey DeMarco, Eddie Siebenthaler and Logan Christopher came out looking like they were going to head into the ring and try to beat down the Tag Champs, but they decided against it.
The scene cut backstage where Raquel St Claire was standing by with Fiona Burke. Raquel asked Fiona about Giovanni Gotch attacking her at Guilty Pleasures. Fiona laughed, saying Giovanni had to do everything she could to be relevant, but it wouldn’t work. Fiona said that she was Team FAB and she would prove it when she got her hands on Giovanni.
In the Ring
The scene cut to ringside where Patrick McCoy came out. The HONOR Intercontinental Champion spoke about how he had defeated Christopher Morgan Thursday earning himself a future Adrenaline Title match. McCoy said that the match was set for Uprising in London. McCoy promised that he would be ending Christopher’s 400-plus title reign on that night.
Patrick was interrupted by Christopher Morgan with Lux by his side. Morgan told McCoy that anyone can get lucky, but that at Uprising he would embarass McCoy in the squared circle.
FFP Cruiserweight Title
(c) Kashimanaki vs EJ “Money” Carter
A fast paced match that the Dallas crowd thoroughly enjoyed. EJ hit a running powerbomb for a two count. He hit a swinging neckbreaker and a beautiful moonsault for another two. However he went for a diving DDT from the middle turnbuckle and Kashimanaki dodged, cracking EJ with one of his dangerous kicks to the head. He next dumped him with a big back suplex and locked him in the Cattle Mutilation. Carter stretched for the ropes. He tried so hard to break out or get the ropes with his feet, but he had to tap out. Kashimanaki retained.
The scene cut backstage where Daniel Matthews entered his locker room. On his mirror there was a message written in what looked to be blood. It read, “He Will Return Soon – xxxOxxxx”. Matthews obviously looked puzzled, looking around making sure no one was in the room with him.
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The scene cut backstage where The Queendom were bragging about how great they are. Talking about how they were the most dominant woman tag team, until they were interrupted by Seduction Inc. Brandi Moore threw the challenge out to Monika Andrews and Jenna Kaufman, offering to face off against them at Thursday Night Madness.
The Queendom stood up, stepping closer to the HONOR Women’s Tag Team Champions. Seduction Inc, holding their titles on their shoulders, laughed at Monika and Jenna and walked away.
Katsumi Akiyama & Quinn Delaney vs Kemina & Firefly
Another very entertaining and exciting match for the Dallas crowd. The FFP and HONOR Women’s Champions worked very well as a team. However Kemina and Firefly had a lot of experience teaming up. Any advantage they could get, they would. Katsumi hit Kemina with an awesome kick to the head and hit a German suplex. She locked Kemina in an STF, but Firefly broke it up with a hard kick to the back of the head. This brought Quinn into the ring where a brawl broke out.
When the smoke cleared Kemina was clotheslines over the top and her masked tag partner was left alone. Katsumi and Quinn charged at Firefly, but she moved out of the way, causing both champions to collide. Firefly then rolled Quinn up, pulling the tights, and got the three count.
The scene cut backstage where Anarchy was standing with Joseph Curtis. Anarchy was talking to JoCu about how he appreciated that he had his back, and thanked him for teaming with him last week.
On June 26th for the second year in a row, FFP will end it’s UK Tour with FFP Uprising live from London, England! At this event we will witness three separate battle royals to award Triple-A Cases. One to a male FFP wrestler, one to a female FFP wrestler, and for the first time one to an OWF wrestler!
FFP Television Title | Triple Threat
(c) Adam Black vs Anarchy vs Joseph Curtis
A very competitive match. First fall won the match. So like typical wrestling rules, the champion could not be pinned and the title still change hands. Therefore, Adam had to be on high alert, which he was.
Anarchy and Joseph Curtis had a lot of mutual respect, however that didn’t stop them from nearly knocking each other out with stiff European uppercuts, chops, fists and firearms. Adam Black hit JoCu with s reverse DDT but Anarchy fired him out of the ring to try to get the pinfall victory. JoCu kicked out at two. Anarchy continued working down his friend, but Adam Black intervened. Black and JoCu eventually sent Anarchy packing with a double clothesline over the top. Then the two went toe-to-toe.
Adam Black hit a full nelson facebuster for a two count. He followed it up with a double underhook suplex. He pulled JoCu up and went for the Prince’s Throne. But JoCu reversed, catching Black’s leg and hitting a dragon leg screw. By now Anarchy slid back into the ring and hooked JoCu in a rear naked choke. JoCu was in trouble. Anarchy kept the hold held in tight. But Adam Black broke the move up. However, Anarchy got the best of Adam with a flurry of strikes, then hooking him in the rear naked choke.
Anarchy locked the hold in tight as Adam reached and stretched for the ropes. JoCu was dazed from the lack of oxygen, and Anarchy kept the hold Adam locked in on Adam. Eventually the referee checked on Adam who’s arms went limp. The referee made the decision that Black had been choked out and ended the match. Anarchy was the new FFP Television Champion! This was his second reign.
As Anarchy celebrated with the Television Title, Mikhail Vakhrov stormed the ring. He nailed Anarchy with a strong clothesline flooring the big man. Mikhail then grabbed a hold of Joseph Curtis and threw him out of the ring. He continued his assault on the new Television Champion, hitting him with his finisher, From Russia with Love. Mikhail then picked up the Television Title as Bianca Hunt and Jason Copeland joined him in the ring. They stood behind him, Bianca with a big grin on her face, clapping. Vakhrov held the title in the air as the crowd booed. This is how the show came to an end.