06/24/2017 FFP SSN

June 24, 2017
Detroit, Michigan

The show opened up with the FFP World Champion Odell Porter, who came down to the ring with a smile on his face and the World Title on his shoulder. He said that he was proud to still be the FFP World Champion after an amazing match with Christopher Morgan at Uprising in London.

Christopher Morgan then came out. He said that Odell was a hell of a Champion and he earned his respect. Then they shook hands.

Marcy Tillman vs Lacey Abernathy
One Fall | 15-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
This match started out a brawl. Marcy Tillman did well for herself, but Lacey caught her with a shoulder breaker which led to the Code Red Armbar. Tillman held on as long as she could, but tapped out.

The scene cut backstage where Raquel St Claire was joined by Seduction Inc. Brandi and Taylor talked about the shocking return of the Connelly Twins, and their match with them on the FFP 4th of July Show. Brandi guaranteed victory, saying that Seduction Inc was unstoppable. Taylor spoke about Brandi coming off of winning the ANY Case and Seduction Inc having all of the momentum coming into the match. They also noted that Kylie and Katrina hadn’t been in a ring very recently and would have ring rust.

FFP Cruiserweight Title
(c) EJ “Money” Carter w/ Bianca Hunt vs Nevin Solomon

One Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
A solid match seeing both wrestlers have the upperhand. Nevin went for a dive off the top that EJ countered into a diamond cutter. Carter then hit the Bankruptcy for the victory, extending his already record breaking Cruiserweight Title reign.


The scene cut backstage where Tyrece Beckman was standing by with the HONOR World Champion Daniel Matthews. Tyrece asked Daniel about his upcoming match with Christopher Morgan, but Daniel only wanted to talk about Matt Kraven, noting that Kraven was most likely at the event and Daniel had been looking for him for a large portion of the day.

Amy Kraven vs Cindy Labre
One Fall | 15-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
Neither of these women had been on FFP television for a while. The match was back and forth with the Detroit crowd solidly behind Amy Kraven. Cindy Labre rocked Amy with a European uppercut and hit a turnbuckle powerbomb for a two count. Labre brought Amy up for a Fisherman Brainbuster, but Amy reversed it into a small package for a two count. Off the kick out Kraven hit the Busaiku Knee. Then, she hit the Kraven Klash for the three count.

After the match a green haired woman jumped the guardrail and slid into the ring. She leveled Amy with a clothesline from behind. She pulled Amy up and hit a piledriver. Then security finally made it to the ring and pulled the woman out of the ring and escorted her out of the building.

FFP Television Title
(c) Hiroki Ito vs Kyle Donovan

One Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
Another match where the fans were solidly behind one wrestler – Hiroki Ito. Kyle Donovan had a solid showing. The last time we had seen Kyle, him and Tabitha Mullins were part of Daniel Matthews’ entourage when he was still the FFP World Champion. Hiroki won the match with the Go to Sleep.

The scene cut backstage where EMTs were tending to Amy Kraven. Amy seemed to be okay, just a little groggy, and obviously irritated at what had happened. FFP President Veronica Clyne approached, asking Amy about the attack. Amy said that she knew who the attacker was, just like most wrestling fans. Amy told Veronica that she would get payback.

FFP Adrenaline Title
(c) ATM w/ Beatrice Keenan vs Patrick McCoy

One Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
The Detroit crowd was happy to see the return of Patrick McCoy. McCoy looked great, hitting a Northern lights suplex, a missile dropkick and a springboard 450 Splash seemed to have the Detroit crowd feeling that it was the winning move. ATM kicked out at two. And gained the advantage after jamming his thumb in Patrick’s eye and driving him to the mat with a DDT. ATM attempted his Code Breaker, but McCoy caught him and turned it into a Death Valley Driver. But again only got a two count. He went up top, but ATM shook the top rope, causing Patrick to fall and crotch himself on the top turnbuckle. ATM then hit a superplex, and followed it up with the Code Breaker for the three count.

The scene cut backstage where a brawl had erupted. Apparently Levi Fuller and Nathan Caine had run into each other and fists began to fly. Unfortunately for Levi, Nathan’s tag partner Matt Evanston was also with him. A two on one attack went down and Levi was left laying on the arena floor.

On July 4th, while everyone in the United States will be grilling out hot dogs and hamburgers, Full Force Pro will be putting on one of it’s best shows of the year. FFP 4th of July! Don’t miss this epic event, where we won’t just see fireworks in the sky, but in the squared circle as well! Join us as we come to you live from Kansas City, where Daniel Matthews will defend the HONOR World Championship against his former best friend Matt Kraven. Also, the Connelly Twins make their FFP return, challenging Seduction Inc for the FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles! All that and much more at FFP 4th of July!

Non-Title Match
Daniel Matthews vs Christopher Morgan w/ Lux

One Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
The main event. And talk about a good one! This was the original main event. Daniel Matthews vs Christopher Morgan headlined the first FFP show. Daniel was justifiably still upset at Matt Kraven Superkicking him at the end of Uprising. But he went into this match like any other, ready to do what it took to win.

Christopher’s gameplan was clear. Working on Daniel’s back, with backbreakers, back suplexes and a sidewalk slam. He eventually got Daniel into the corner with his back facing to the center of the ring. Morgan charged and drove both knees into Daniel’s back. Christopher then hit a hard German suplex and got a two count.

Christopher set Daniel up for the Tiger Bomb, but Matthews escaped and hit a Roaring Elbow, but couldn’t capitalize and make the pin immediately. He finally covered Morgan, but Christopher kicked out at two. Daniel pulled his opponent up next and set him up for a Death Valley Driver. But Morgan fought out with repeated elbows to the head. He hit another German suplex, but he wasn’t done there. As Daniel fought to get back up Morgan charged and hit a running STO. But he still wasn’t done. He pulled Daniel up again, and set him up for the Tiger Driver. Morgan successfully hit the move and hooked Daniel’s leg.

1…2… and Daniel reached out and grabbed the rope. Morgan nearly won the match. He couldn’t believe it. He pulled Daniel up and pulled him to the center of the ring. He was going for another Tiger Driver. But Daniel fought out and hit a hard clothesline. He followed up with a slingshot clothesline from the apron. Then a flying elbow drop from the top rope. Matthews was feeling it. Christopher slowly got up, and Daniel scooped him onto his shoulders. Daniel was going to hit the Death Valley Driver. But before he could hit the move, Matt Kraven’s music hit the PA system. Daniel let go of Morgan, waiting for Kraven to make his entrance. Daniel had wanted to go face to face with Matt since Uprising.

Daniel kept waiting, but no sign of Matt Kraven. Finally he gave up on Kraven showing up. He turned around only to be floored by Christopher Morgan. Morgan then pulled Daniel up and hit the Tiger Driver. He pinned Matthews and got the three count. As Christopher left the ring, the Detroit fans stood in anticipation. Whether it was to see Matt Kraven come out or to possibly see ATM cash in on the new HONOR World Champion is unknown. The show came to an end as Christopher walked up the entrance ramp with Lux by his side.

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