FFP The Haunting
October 30, 2016 | Dallas, Texas
The show began with the surprising return of FFP Hall of Famer Nina Fox. Nina, who suffered a broken neck at Blaze of Glory, after suffering a spike piledriver courtesy of Cindy Labre and April Hunter. Nina said that she was working hard to get better and hopefully return to the ring. She said that as long as her career could continue, she would come back and give payback to Cindy, and also win back the FFP Women’s Championship.
Lizzy Kraven & Aubrey Moresi vs Giovanni Gotch & Katrina
A solid match to start out the pay-per-view. Giovanni and Katrina took advantage of the rookie Aubrey Moresi, but she held her own in the match. Once Lizzy was tagged in Gotch and Katrina tried to cut the ring in half. However Lizzy got on the offensive, slamming Katrina with a spinebuster and turning Giovanni inside out with a Kraven Lariat.
Lizzy tagged Aubrey back in who hit a couple of suplexes on Katrina, but Katrina raked Aubrey’s eyes, gaining the advantage. Katrina set Aubrey up for the F5, but Aubrey escaped and hit a superkick. Aubrey fell back and tagged Lizzy back in. Katrina tagged Gotch in at the same time. The two met in the center of the ring where Lizzy hit another Kraven Lariat. She went for the pin, but Gotch somehow kicked out. Lizzy pulled Giovanni up and delivered the Tornado Bomb. As Lizzy covered Giovanni Katrina tried to break it up, but Aubrey hit her with a running knee. The three count was made and Lizzy Kraven and Aubrey Moresi were your winners.
FFP Cruiserweight Title
(c) Shikamaru vs EJ “Money” Carter
Shikamaru came out hitting EJ with tons of stuff strikes. Carter seemed to bite off a little more than he could chew. But after Shikamaru missed running knee, Carter hit him with a hard clothesline sending the champion crashing to the mat. Carter hit a couple elbow drops and a knee drop from the middle rope. He went of the Bankruptcy, but Shikamaru escaped and nearly knocked Carter out with a climb up shining wizard.
Shikamaru followed up with a stalling German suplex on the challenger, followed by a flying headbutt. Shikamaru set EJ up for the Dragon Suplex, but suddenly Bianca Hunt made her way out to the ring. She grabbed the Cruiserweight Title and left it on the ring apron. Then she distracted the ref, and Shikamaru. Carter grabbed the title and attempted to hit the Champion with it. But Shikamaru ducked it and set EJ up for the Dragon Suplex again. But Carter hit Shikamaru with an illegal low blow. The referee, still distracted by Bianca missed it. Carter then successfully hit the Bankruptcy. He pinned Shikamaru and Bianca climbed off the apron. 1…2…3. EJ Carter had won the Cruiserweight Title with help from Hunt Enterprises leader Bianca Hunt.
The scene cut backstage where Veronica Clyne was approaching Lizzy Kraven and Aubrey Moresi. She said that she was impressed with their match earlier and wanted to offer them a chance at challenging for the FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles. Lizzy and Aubrey seemed pretty happy about the opportunity and agreed to challenge.
Fiona Burke vs Kenzie Anderson
A very hard hitting match from the very start. These two ladies couldn’t have hid their disdain for each other if they tried. Fiona Burke for a hold of a Singapore cane and smacked Kenzie with it, several times in the ribs and back. Fiona set up a couple of tables on top of themselves on the outside, but Kenzie hit Fiona from behind and took her back into the ring.
Kenzie hit some impressive strikes and a fisherman suplex. Fiona attempted to fight back with a big clothesline, but Kenzie ducked and hit a neckbreaker. Kenzie took Fiona up top and pointed at the tables on the outside of the ring. It looked as if she was going to attempt to powerbomb Fiona off by top rope through the tables, but Fiona began fighting Kenzie off. The two traded blows until they fell off the top rope together, and wound up crashing through the tables. Both ladies lie on the arena floor motionless. The referee checked on them both, called for medical staff to come to ringside.
The referee waved the match off as both women were it on stretchers and wheeled away from the ring.
#1 Contender Tournament Final
Gregory Hart vs Aiden Conrad
This was a very good match with the Dallas crowd on the edge of their seats. Obviously the crowd was solidly behind one half of Assault & Battery, Gregory Hart. Aiden Conrad seemed to rub the crowd the wrong way, which is something he did everywhere he went. But after Gregory enjoyed a short amount of time on the offensive, Conrad raked his eyes and took control of the match.
A gutwrench suplex, a swinging neckbreaker and a DDT was enough to have the crowd cheering for Hart to kick out. Which he did at two. But Conrad stayed on Hart. Both men were fighting for a future World Title shot, and obviously weren’t going to let this opportunity out pass them by. Gregory used his striking to get right back into the match, it eventually both men wound up down after simultaneous clotheslines.
Gregory was the first up, hitting Aiden with a snap suplex. He followed that up with a Northern Lights. Hart then went up top, but Conrad put the brakes on with a couple of right hands. Conrad joined Hart up top and attempted a superplex, but Hart blocked and knocked Aiden down to the mat. Hart then proceeded to hit a devastating knee drop from the top.
Hart pulled Conrad up and set him up for the Slingshot Suplex, shades of Tully Blanchard. But as he attempted the move, Aiden broke free. He rolled Gregory up and pulled hard on the trunks. The referee didn’t see the tights being pulled and continued his count. 1…2…3. Aiden Conrad was the next in line to challenge for the FFP World Championship.
Gregory Hart quickly popped up, telling the referee that Aiden had pulled his tights, but it was too late. The referee had made his decision. Aiden climbed out of the ring and walked up the entrance ramp with his arms held in the air, and a cocky smile plastered on his face.
The scene cut backstage where Raquel St. Claire was standing by with the FFP Tag Team Champions Prince Tau and Jackson Pearce. Raquel asked them about who they would be defending their titles against next. Tau laughed, saying that there wasn’t anyone.
But former champions Assault & Battery stepped into view. Tau and Pearce mentioned Gregory’s loss tonight, saying they if he couldn’t get it done tonight, why did he think they could get it done against the Champions. But Gregory reminded Prince Tau about him defeating him in the number one contender tournament. Then things got serious. The teams went face to face before Tau and Pearce said they’d defend against Hart and Lewan, any place any time.
Katsumi Akiyama vs Cindy Labre w/ April Hunter
A highly competitive match. As Kaysumi made her way into the ring Cindy attacked, pummeling her down and hitting her with hard kicks to the ribs. Kicks so hard that the sound echoed throughout the crowd. A couple German suplexes later and Cindy hooked Katsumi’s leg. But the former Women’s Champion kicked out at one.
Cindy next went for her Stalling Fisherman Brainbuster, but Katsumi, being held up in the air, struck Cindy in the forehead with repeated knees. Cindy let Katsumi down. Katsumi broke away, hit the ropes and cracked Labre with a running kick to the face. Cindy stumbled back and fell through the ring ropes. She caught herself on the ring apron, but was dropkicked off the apron, causing her to crash into the steel guardrail. April tended to her friend, but Katsumi continued on the attack.
Akiyama continued kicking Cindy, and when April tried to intervene she was dealt a hard kick to the head. April crawled away as Katsumi squared up to her, as to dare her to get back up. The distraction was enough for Cindy to plant a knee to the lower back of Katsumi before ramming her hard into the steel ring post.
Cindy pulled Katsumi back and rammed her into the post again. Then she rolled her back into the ring. Labre got in and continued her assault, laying in repeated punches to Katsumi’s face. She pulled Akiyama up and hit a running turnbuckle powerbomb. She followed that up with a running clothesline and pinned Katsumi. It seemed like the Japanese wrestler wasn’t going to be able to kick out, so she placed her foot on the bottom rope. Cindy couldn’t believe it. She pulled Katsumi away from the ropes and went for another pin, but Akiyama hooked Cindy into a small package. The referee made the count. 1…2… and Cindy barely kicked out.
Labre quickly got back up to her feet, but was destroyed by a hard kick to the skull. Labre’s body collapsed to the mat. Katsumi fell on top of Cindy’s limp body. The referee made the count. 1…2… and April Hunter had grabbed Cindy’s leg and placed it on the bottom rope. Akiyama noticed and got to her feet. She shouted a warning to April, pointing at her and letting her know that she meant business. In the meantime, Cindy got back up. She grabbed Katsumi’s hair and whipped her down to the mat. Her head crashed to the ring mat, obviously knocking her groggy. Labre then pulled Akiyama up and hit her with the Stalling Fisherman Brainbuster. Labre now hooked the leg and got the three count. She was the new number one contender for the FFP Women’s Championship.
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Logan Christopher w/ Brandi Moore vs Eddie Siebenthaler
This match was a brawl. Eddie Siebenthaler had the advantage over Logan, size and strength. But Logan didn’t care, and wouldn’t give up. He hit a spinning kick that sent Eddie stumbling, then faint through the ropes. Logan hit the ropes and delivered a drop kick inbetween the ropes. Next Logan went up top and dove in Eddie, sending him down on the arena floor.
Eddie used his power to get back into the match. A huge big boot seemed to knock Logan out cold, but he continued to try to fight back. Eddie went for a powerbomb but it was reversed by a hurricanrana. Logan hit a couple of kicks and a superkick. Logan then went up top for his Shooting Star Press.
However, Joey DeMarco made his way down the isle. Logan saw his enemy coming down the entrance ramp. The last anyone had heard was Joey was injured and could possibly never wrestle again. But that didn’t stop him from sliding into the ring.
He stood in front of Eddie so that Logan couldn’t hit his Shooting Star Press. Finally, Logan dove and hit a missile dropkick. Joey crashed to the mat. Logan then pulled him up and threw him out of the ring. But when he turned back toward Eddie he was leveled by a running big boot. Eddie pulled Logan up and hit the Crucifix Powerbomb. Siebenthaler then made the cover and got the three count.
After the match Joey joined Eddie in the ring. Together they pummeled Logan down before leaving him lying motionless in the center of the ring.
Now the scene cut to Tyrece Beckman with the FFP Women’s Champion Quinn Delaney. Tyrece asked Quinn about Cindy Labre’s victory and her earning a shot at the Women’s Title. Quinn said that anytime she defends her title that she gives it 110 percent and against Cindy it would be no different.
As Quinn spoke with Tyrece, Cindy and April appeared and attacked Quinn from behind. After pummeling her to the ground they pulled her up by her hair and whipped her into a nearby table, sending it crashing to the floor. Cindy then stood over top of Quinn telling her that soon the Women’s Title would be her’s.
FFP Adrenaline Title
(c) Odell Porter vs Hades
Like everyone expected Hades brought a different style to the match than Odell was used to wresting. A big DDT followed by a Death Valley Driver sending the back of Odell’s neck across his knee gained Hades the two count. Hades took Odell to the top for a superplex, but Odell gained control and hit an awesome overhead belly to belly from the top. He followed it up by hitting Hades with the Regal Plex for the three count.
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FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles
(c) Las Bellezas Peligrosas vs Brandi Moore & ???
The champions came out first. Looking rather confident with their championship belts in the air for the crowd to see. Brandi Moore came out next. Brandi stood on the entrance ramp with a microphone.
Brandi said that she searched the globe for a tag team partner. She said she searched Canada, Japan, Mexico and everywhere inbetween. But she said that she didn’t have to go as far as she did. She didn’t have to go out of the country. She didn’t even have to go out of the company. She said that she actually found her partner right in OWF country in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The crowd began cheering. They knew who Brandi picked. Brandi directed everyone’s attention to the black curtain. Soon her tag team partner for the night would walk through the curtain. The Dallas crowd broke into an “Amy, Amy” chant. And just as they did so, the music hit. Brandi Moore’s mystery tag team partner was none other than Matt and Chris Kraven’s little sister, the former OWF Women’s Champion Amy Kraven!
Brandi and Amy embraced. Then they made their way down to the ring.
The match was highly competitive. Obviously Kemina and Firefly keyed in on Amy because she was fresh from the OWF. Kemina spiked her with a DDT and tagged Firefly in. Firefly proceeded to hit a beautiful moonsault for a two count. Tried crawling to tag Brandi in, but Firefly quickly pulled Amy away, continuing to work her down.
Amy ducked a clothesline attempt and hit a belly-to-belly suplex off the rebound. A couple dropkicks and Amy tagged Brandi in. The FFP Hall of Famer came in and cleaned house, hitting Kemina with a couple of hard shots and knocking her down. Firefly rushed in and went on the attack, but Brandi back body dropped her over the top and went back after Kemina.
Brandi got Kemina set for the Fisherman Brainbuster, but Kemina reversed into a small package for a two count. Firefly got back into the ring and hit Brandi off the two count. This brought Amy in, who knocked Firefly back out onto the floor and delivered an awesome suicide dive inbetween the ropes. Kemina gained the upperhand on Brandi and went for the Cradle Shock Driver. However Brandi broke away from Kemina and delivered a devastating German suplex. Kemina fought to quickly get to her feet, but Brandi wrapped her up and delivered the Fisherman Brainbuster. Moore then tagged in the rookie. Amy Kraven went up top and delivered a frog splash. She hooked Kemina’s leg and got the three count.
Brandi Moore and Amy Kraven won the FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles! They embraced in the center of the ring. The referee presented them the Women’s Tag Titles. Brandi and Amy went to opposite corners of the ring holding the Titles up in the air as the Dallas crowd cheered.
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FFP World Title | First Blood Match
(c) Daniel Matthews vs Brandon Kincaide w/ Bianca Hunt
Brandon Kincaide made his way out to the ring first, with Bianca by his side. As the FFP World Champion Daniel Matthews made his entrance, Mikhail Vakhrov and the new FFP Cruiserweight Champion EJ “Money” Carter rushed out and attacked him from behind.
Matthews was rammed continuously into the steel guardrail in the entrance way. Mikhail pummeled Daniel down as EJ took his title off and got ready to use it as a weapon. As Matthews tried fighting back, Mikhail trapped his arms behind him. EJ went to level Daniel in the head with his title but Matthews broke free and Carter accidentally hit Vakhrov. Daniel then went after Carter, but the Cruiserweight Champion cracked him in the forehead. By now Brandon Kincaide joined the brawl. As Mikhail pulled himself to his feet,
Brandon and EJ continued beating Daniel down, keeping him on the ground.
Kincaide took possession of a steel chair from ringside. Mikhail and EJ pulled Daniel up and held his arms out. Kincaide drew back and cracked Daniel in the head with the chair. Matthews fell to the arena floor, blood spewing from his forehead. Brandon turned toward the ring and made his way in, with his arms raised. Bianca ripped the World Title away from the time keeper and joined Brandon in the ring.
As Kincaide strapped the title around his waist, and his stablemates joined him inside the ring, Veronica Clyne interrupted. The FFP President announced that because of the attack during Daniel’s entrance that the match never officially began, therefore the fact that Daniel is bleeding is irrelevant.
Bianca Hunt then said that either way, Matthews is bleeding, and whether the match started five minutes ago or five minutes from now, Daniel would be bleeding and Brandon Kincaide would be World Champion.
Veronica told Bianca that due to her stable interfering that tonight’s plans had changed. Clyne said that due to the sneak attack prior to the main event that a First Blood Match was now out of the question. Veronica continued, saying that as far as she was concerned that the match could be canceled and Daniel could simply retain his championship. But the groggy Daniel Matthews stepped up to Veronica. Short of breath and covered in blood Daniel said that he came to Dallas to kick Brandon’s ass and he wouldn’t leave until it was done.
Veronica asked him if he was sure, which he assured her that he was. Then, Veronica announced that the World Title match would go as planned however, instead of a First Blood Match it would be a “I Quit” Match.
Daniel was at a disadvantage already being beaten down before the beginning of the match, but he got into the ring and gave Kincaide quite a beating. Mikhail attempted to get involved again, but Matthews scooped him up and dropped him with the Death Valley Driver. EJ then slid into the ring and attempted to hit Daniel with the Cruiserweight Title again. This time Daniel ducked and EJ hit Brandon. He turned around to be destroyed with the Roaring Elbow. Finally it was one on one.
Kincaide, who was getting back up from being struck accidentally by EJ Carter, looked a little groggy. Matthews stepped back and blasted hun with a shining wizard. Matthews then grabbed the World Championship that Kincaide had thought he won moments earlier. Brandon pulled himself up using the ring ropes, but fell victim to another title shot to the skull, courtesy of Daniel. Matthews then used the World Title, wrapping it around Brandon’s face, to apply a crippler crossface.
Kincaide screamed in pain. He reached out for the ropes. He kicked. He clawed. He stretched. But the World Champion had him locked up. Kincaide tried pulling the belt away but with each second the move got more and more painful. Finally he screamed “I quit”.
The Dallas crowd erupted as Daniel got up to his feet, holding the World Title up in the air. Against all odds, against all members of Hunt Enterprises, Daniel Matthews successfully retained his championship. And with blood still covering his face, and dripping to his chest, the crowd in Dallas Texas chanted his name.