November 12, 2016 | Charlotte, North Carolina
The show opened up with the FFP President Veronica Clyne. Clyne spoke about tonight’s main event, Daniel Matthews putting the FFP World Title on the line against Aiden Conrad, who won a 32-Spot Tournament to earn the right to challenge for the title.
Veronica then spoke about FFP Rebirth, coming up next Sunday. She said that she had been looking for the next man to challenge for the World Championship, and she had found him. She announced that whether it be Daniel Matthews who walks it with the World Title tonight, or Aiden Conrad, that at Rebirth they would defend the title against Anarchy!
16-to-1 Tournament: Quarterfinal Match
Hisoka Nadeshiko vs “Rowdy” Riley Perkins
Hisoka exploded on Riley from the very beginning with a series of swift kicks. However, Riley ended up catching Hisoka’s leg on an attempted roundhouse kick and knocked her down with a hard clothesline. Riley connected with two leg drops before hopping onto Hisoka and decking her with some mounted punches. Hisoka pushed Riley off and got to her feet with an intense look on her face, visibly angered, and charged at Riley, hitting a series of forearm shots and backhand chops. After Riley reversed an Irish whip and looked to hit a back body drop, Hisoka nailed her with a kick to the face that echoed throughout the arena. Riley fell to the mat, holding her nose as blood began rushing out. The referee checked on her to see if she was able to continue, to which Riley insisted she could. Once Riley got to her feet, she was instantly clocked with a Spinning Lariat from Hisoka. Hisoka then dropped down and hooked the bloody Riley’s leg for the three count. She would be advancing in be 16-to-1 Tournament.
The scene cut backstage where Raquel St Claire was talking with Kenzie Anderson about her Rebirth match against Fiona Burke. Kenzie said that she had beaten Fiona up many times, and that at Rebirth it wouldn’t be any different, she’d walk away the winner.
16-to-1 Tournament: Quarterfinal Match
Jada Knight vs Jaqueline Aulstrike
Although Jada is incredibly technically sound, she resembled a rag doll in the early goings on the match. Jaqueline tossed her back and forth and knocked her down with a big boot before going for an early pin attempt. Jada kicked out at two and tripped Jaqueline up to lock her in a single leg crab. The hold did not last long before Jaqueline flipped Jada off using her leg strength. Jada was quick to be on the attack, jumping onto Jaqueline and locking in a guillotine choke. Eventually Jaqueline rammed Jada into the corner and hit a huge corner splash afterwards. With Jada groggy, Jaqueline whipped her against the ropes and dropped her with a Pop-Up Powerbomb for the victory.
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The scene cut backstage where Tyrece Beckman was standing by with Logan Christopher. Logan talked about his upcoming Chicago Street Fight with Joey DeMarco at the FFP Return Anniversary Show. Logan said finally he would end all of this with Joey, by destroying him at the Return Anniversary Show.
#1 Contender Match
Assault & Battery vs American Bulldogs
A very good tag team match between arguably FFP’s two all-time best tag teams. Matt Evanston was on fire in this match, flooring both members of Assault & Battery with hard clotheslines, and tossing them both to the mat with German suplexes. Evanston went up top to deliver a flying headbutt, however somehow Gregory Hart got his knee up. Evanston’s head cracked Hart’s knee and seemed to knock him rather loopy. Hart capitalized by dragging Matt to the corner and tagging Kevin Lewan in.
Lewan proceeded to hit Evanston with an array of beautiful suplexes. Then he locked Evanston onto a triangle choke, forcing him to submit. Assault & Battery had won the match, and would go on to Rebirth to face Prince Tau and Jackson Pearce for the Tag Team Titles.
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16-to-1 Tournament: Quarterfinal Match
Erika Storm vs Hope Jamison
This match was back and forth, and the Charlotte crowd loved every second. The women got into a chopping contest leaving the crowd constantly woooing as an ode to Ric Flair. Hope got be best of Erika and slammed her with a big hip toss, following it up with a Ric Flair strut. The crowd loved that too.
Erika fought back, hitting a couple of nice kicks and a bulldog. She went to be middle turnbuckle and hit a diving dropkick for a two count. She pulled Hope up and set her up for a STO, but Hope somehow turned it into an armbar. Erika was in pain, struggling to get to the ropes. She pulled and pulled, inching her as well as Hope toward the ropes. After several grueling moments, Erika reached the ropes, but the damage couldn’t already been done. She pulled herself up with the ring ropes, but Hope grabbed that arm and hit an armdrag, sending Erika back to the middle of the ring. Hope then sunk the armbar back in.
Tears went down Erika’s cheeks as she tried fighting out of the armbar, and obviously contemplated tapping out. But Erika shifted her body weight, rolling Hope onto her shoulders. The referee made the count, 1…2… and Hope released he armbar as to not get pinned. Erika quickly got back up as Hope got up to her knees. Erika cracked Jamison with a shining wizard. Hope looked like she could be out. Erika jumped on her for the pin. 1…2… but Hope placed her foot on the bottom rope. The crowd actually cheered, because the match would go on.
Both girls pushed themselves to their feet, and began trading blows again. That is until Hope changed it up with a spinning back kick. She then hit Erika with a kick to the side of the head, sending her falling inbetween the ropes and to the arena floor. Hope stayed in the ring, and as Erika got back up, she charged, diving through the ropes at Erika. But Storm dodged, and Hope slammed into the steel guardrail. Erika pulled Hope up and fired her back into the ring. Storm, obviously favoring her arm, pulled Hope up and delivered a devastating piledriver. Erika then hooked Hope’s leg, and the referee made the count. 1…2…3! Erika Storm had advanced in the 16-to-1 Tournament!
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16-to-1 Tournament: Quarterfinal Match
Ariana Chaos vs Tabitha Mullins
This was another very good match with two women with two completely different styles. Tabitha was a no nonsense brawler. Meanwhile, Ariana, the former FFP Diamond Champion was a technician, not afraid of the top rope. Proof when she rocked Tabitha early and hit a beautiful missile dropkick. But the strike sent Tabitha too close to the ropes, and was able to get a foot on the rope during he pin attempt.
Eventually Tabitha was able to slow the pace down, and get a hold of the much smaller Ariana. After sending Ariana crashing to the mat with a belly-to-belly suplex, Mullins pulled Chaos up and locked in a bear hug. Ariana seemed to be fading as Tabitha continued squeezing her. But Chaos fought out with a couple of strikes to Tabitha’s head, sending her stumbling back. Ariana hit the ropes, but Tabitha shut her down with a devastating clothesline. Ariana hit the ground hard. As she began getting up, Tabitha grabbed her by her hair and went for the tornado bomb, which was the move in which she defeated Courtney Kennedy. But Chaos reversed into a hurricanrana.
When Tabitha got back to her feet, Ariana cracked her with a superkick. Tabitha stumbled back into the ropes. She stumbled forward and was cracked with another superkick. Then, another! Tabitha dropped to her knees, where Ariana hit ANOTHER superkick! Finally Tabitha fell to the mat. Ariana had to roll her over, which was a task in it’s own. She then hooked Tabitha’s big leg. 1…2…3! Ariana Chaos would advance!
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FFP World Title
(c) Daniel Matthews vs Aiden Conrad
The match began with Aiden Conrad taking quick control, and obviously trying to take Daniel’s knee out. Conrad came to the match with a game plan. Although Daniel cracked Aiden with the Roaring Elbow early, sending Conrad crashing to the mat, but rolling outside of the ring. Smart. Daniel hit the ropes, and delivered an awesome suicide dive. He pulled Aiden up and slammed him into the steel guardrail.
Matthews slid back into the ring. When Aiden got back up to his feet, Matthews hit the ropes and delivered another suicide dive. The crowd ate it up. He went back into the ring and waited as Aiden crawled over and pulled himself back into the ring. Matthews hoisted the challenger up onto his shoulders for the Death Valley Driver, but Conrad escaped. Trapping Matthews’ arms behind him, Aiden planted him with a full nelson facebuster. He rolled Daniel over and hooked his leg. 1…2… and Daniel kicked out. Aiden slapped the mat in frustration.
He pulled the Champion back up and whipped him into the ropes, proceeding to deliver a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Conrad then stepped back, and waited for Daniel to begin fighting to his feet. When he reached his knees, Aiden delivered the Beauty Maker. Conrad then hooked Daniel’s leg for another pin. 1…2… and Daniel kicked out again! Aiden couldn’t believe it. He punched the mat repeatedly. He then pulled Daniel up and delivered a devastating turnbuckle powerbomb. Conrad immediately rushed toward Matthews, attempting another Beauty Maker, but Daniel caught the challenger in the air and delivered his own turnbuckle powerbomb, rushing across the ring to hit the move. Both men fell to the mat afterward.
Daniel was the first up, but not by much. Aiden was getting up as well. But Matthews pulled Conrad the rest of the way up and scooped him onto his shoulders for the Death Valley Driver. Aiden pushed himself off and hit Daniel with a chop block. Matthews fell to the mat in pain. Conrad quickly grabbed Daniel’s legs and hooked on the Figure Four Leg Lock. More wooo’s from the crowd. Daniel screamed in pain. His over 200 day World Title reign looked to be fading away.
Aiden kept the hold locked on as Daniel tried pulling him and Aiden toward the ropes. He then began shifting his bodyweight back and forth, attempting to reverse the hold. As it looked as if Daniel was going to successfully reverse the Figure Four, Aiden released the hold. He pulled Daniel up and set him up for a piledriver. But Daniel reversed with a back body drop. Matthews dropped to one knee, but quickly got back up. Aiden shot up to his feet and rushed back in. He knew he had Daniel on the ropes moments earlier. But as he rushed in, Matthews proceeded to rock him with another Roaring Elbow. Aiden stumbled back, dazed. Daniel then scooped him up onto his shoulders and finally hit the Death Valley Driver! Daniel hooked Aiden’s leg. 1…2…3! Daniel Matthews retained his title in s fantastic match.
Matthews took possession of the World Title and held it up in the air. The crowd gave him a standing ovation.
Daniel celebrated for a moment until Aiden pushed himself into a sitting position. Daniel took a knee beside him and put his fist out, saying something to the man he just defeated. After a moment, Aiden gave the Champion a fist bump. Sportsmanship at its finest.