FFP Aggravated Assault Preshow
March 26, 2017
The FFP Aggravated Assault Preshow began with our Preshow panel consisting of The OWF Commissioner Duncan Wright, Raquel St Claire, Amy Kraven and former Women’s Champion Cindy Labre.
The panel spoke about the upcoming show and about how it was one of the biggest cards FFP had ever put on. They talked about both Tokyo Cup finals where of course Amy Kraven chose brother to pull out the victory. Cindy Labre disagreed, saying Matt was washed up.
They also talked about Brandi Moore and Fiona Burke battling for the other Tokyo Cup. Amy chose Fiona while Cindy chose Brandi. Obviously the two didn’t care for each other and they didn’t hide it.
Raquel then announced that we were ready for the first of two Preshow matches, Jaqueline Aulstrike vs Zoey Kiehl.
Jaqueline Aulstrike vs Zoey Kiehl
These two women came out and really tried to hurt each other. As soon as the bell rung, fists flew. Jaqueline Aulstrike got the advantage, mostly from the size and strength difference. She eventually got the best of Zoey and threw her to the mat by her hair. She followed up with an attempted kick to Zoey who was now in a sitting position, but Zoey dodged and rolled Jaqueline up. Jaqueline kicked out at one. Both women got back to their feet where Zoey got the upperhand, hitting hard elbows and a bicycle kick which rocked Jaqueline. Zoey then hit the ropes, but Jaqueline charged forward and turned Zoey inside out with a huge clothesline. She pulled Zoey up and called for her finisher, the Pop-Up Powerbomb. But as Jaqueline threw Zoey into the air, Zoey somehow struck her with a hard kick to the side of the head. Kiehl was able to land on her feet where she followed up with a Superkick. Jaqueline stumbled back. Zoey hit the ropes and now hit her opponent with a running knee to the jaw. Aulstrike was rocked.
As she stumble back toward the center of the ring, Kiehl hit the ropes again. She went for a cross body block, but Jaqueline hit her right in the midsection. Zoey crashed to the mat below. Jaqueline now bounced off the ropes and hit a big leg drop. But she wasn’t done there. Aulstrike did something we had never seen. She climbed up to the top rope. As Zoey lie motionless, Jaqueline attempted a splash from the top. But Zoey rolled out of the way. Aulstrike slammed to the mat. Zoey was quick to roll over on Jaqueline, but she didn’t go for a pin. Instead, she hooked Aulstrike in the Koji Clutch.
Zoey had the move locked in. And Aulstrike had the wind knocked out of her when she missed the splash. Jaqueline reached out for the ropes, but Zoey continued squeezing, trying to force Jaqueline to tap out or pass out. Eventually, Aulstrike did just that. Her body went limp, and the referee checked on her. He raised Jaqueline arm three times, to which it fell back to the mat. Zoey Kiehl had finally defeated the giant.
After the match Zoey pushed herself to her feet. Emotions were high. She was so happy that she had defeated Aulstrike. She raised her arms in the air as the Tokyo crowd cheered.
The panel spoke about the courage and heart of Zoey Kiehl. Amy said she saw a bright future for Zoey in the OWF and FFP Women’s Division. Cindy said she got lucky and said that Zoey wouldn’t be able to touch her in the ring. Cindy also said she was sure Amy couldn’t either.
Cindy insulted Amy a couple more times which led Amy to challenge Cindy to a match Wednesday at FFP’s special edition of Woman Crush Wednesday from Tokyo. Cindy snickered and agreed to the match.
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It was time for the second Preshow match, EJ “Money” Carter defending the Cruiserweight Title against Shikamaru.
FFP Cruiserweight Title
(c) EJ “Money” Carter w/ Bianca Hunt vs Shikamaru
A very fast paced match. The Tokyo crowd was strongly behind Shikamaru, hoping to see a Japanese superstar win the Cruiserweight Title in his home country. This match featured a lot of strikes, majority coming from Shikamaru. But the end came when Shikamaru missed an attempted shooting star press. Carter took advantage, planting the challenger with a brainbuster. EJ then went up top, dove off and planted both of his knees in Shikamaru’s midsection. The Cruiserweight Champion made the cover and got the three count.
After the match the panel discussed more of the matches scheduled to be on Aggravated Assault. Amy Kraven chose her cousin Lizzy to beat Dani for the HONOR Women’s Title, Assault & Battery to retain the Tag Team Titles and Odell Porter to finally win the FFP World Title from Daniel Matthews. Cindy disagreed with everything that Amy said which almost led to another argument.
Duncan thanked everyone for tuning in and plugged the pay-per-view one more time, hyping it up as one of FFP’s biggest shows, ever.