07/08/2017 FFP SSN

July 8, 2017
Columbus, Ohio

The show opened up with Daniel Matthews, who came to the ring and demanded that his ex-protege Kyle Donovan come down to the ring. Kyle interfered in Daniel’s HONOR World Title defense at the FFP 4th of July, costing Daniel the title.

Kyle came out onto the entrance stage, but not down to the ring. He explained himself, saying he attacked Daniel for Daniel leaving him high and dry after losing the FFP World Title to Odell Porter. The two traded words and insults before agreeing to face off against each other at FFP Mid-Summer Classic.

Brandi Moore vs Kylie Connelly
One Fall | 15-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
These two tore into each other. Both wanting to pick up the victory to gain momentum going into the Mid-Summer Classic, they left it all in the ring. Brandi hit a dangerous but impressive suicide dive to the outside. Kylie caught Brandi late in the match with a lung blower. She followed it up with the BAB for the three count.

The scene cut backstage where the American Bulldogs hyped themselves up as the best tag team in FFP history. Michael Graham said that the Bulldogs had beaten all the best tag teams in the world, and they would continue to do so.


The scene cut backstage where Raquel St Claire was joined by the HONOR World Champion, Matt Kraven. Raquel asked Matt about what Kyle Donovan’s interference in his match with Daniel Matthews at FFP 4th of July, and a potential rematch. Kraven said that obviously Kyle had issues with Daniel that would be sorted out at the Mid-Summer Classic. Kraven then said that he will always be a fighting champion and is always up for a good challenge. He said that whenever him and Daniel wrestle it had the potential to be magic, and he was bummed that Kyle ruined their match on Tuesday.

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

One Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
Deranged came out swinging. He connected with some good moves, but EJ Carter looks extremely impressive. After a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and a missile dropkick to the back of the head, Carter hit the Bankruptcy for the three count.

After the match Bianca Hunt took the microphone. She said that EJ Carter was undoubtedly the best FFP Cruiserweight Champion ever, and next week he would prove it even further with an open challenge. From any country and any federation.

Next, the scene cut backstage to Tyrece Beckman who was standing by with the FFP World Champion Odell Porter, and the man who would be challenging Odell for his title at FFP Mid-Summer Classic, Caleb Newstead. The two spoke about why they would walk out of the July pay-per-view as the FFP World Champion. The two wrestlers seemed to get closer and closer with each word. The intensity continued to grow. Eventually, Newstead promised Odell that he would leave Winnipeg the new World Champion. Odell disagreed and the two men walked away.

The camera continued following Caleb Newstead, who ended up walking by his former Simply the Best stablemate, Christopher Morgan. Morgan told Newstead that just like old days, if Caleb needed someone to have his back, just let him know.

Taylor Clawson vs Katrina Connelly
One Fall | 15-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
The second match featuring one half of Seduction Inc be one half of the Connelly Twins. Katrina had the power advantage, proving it with several moves, such as her finisher the F5 late in the match. But as Katrina made the pin, Taylor reached out with her leg and draped it on the bottom rope. Katrina got up, thinking for a split second that she had won. Taylor rolled her up, pulling the tights but only getting a two count. Katrina went for the F5 once more, but Clawson escaped and planted Katrina with the Flatliner for the three count.

After the match Taylor continued putting the boots to Katrina, which brought out Katrina’s sister. Of course Brandi came out next and a two team brawl broke out. FFP security quickly rushed to the ring and broke the brawl up.

On July 23rd, one night after the FFP Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, FFP will present it’s big time summer event, Mid-Summer Classic. Already signed for the show is Odell Porter defending his FFP World Championship against Canadian wrestler superstar Caleb Newstead! Also, Aubrey Moresi will defend the HONOR Women’s Title in a six-woman ladder match also including Ariana Chaos, Kemina, Lizzy Kraven, Kenzie Anderson and Lacey Abernathy! You won’t want to miss this awesome pay-per-view!

In the Ring
The scene cut to ringside where Lenore Spade and Simone Williams had made their way down to the ring. Lenore had a microphone in hand, and talked about how Simone was her secret weapon on her war against Noel Zelig, and that at the Mid-Summer Classic that Lenore would wipe the floor with Noel once again, and continue her climb to the top.

Noel Zelig came out and got into the ring. She said that if it weren’t for Simone, that Lenore would be 0-2 against her. After more trash talk, it was decided that next week at SSN, Noel would go one-on-one with Simone.

The scene cut backstage where the FFP Adrenaline Champion ATM was standing by with Raquel St Claire. Of course along with ATM was his Self Made teammates Beatrice Keenan and Dexter Murdoch. ATM spoke about his victory over Hayden Flowers at FFP 4th of July, and how Self Made not only was back, but stronger than ever. ATM was then interrupted by FFP Hall of Famer Kashimanaki. Kashimanaki said that if ATM had the guts to defend his title against him, that he would not leave the ring with the gold. The two went eye to eye with ATM promising that Kashimanaki wouldn’t stand a chance.

Six-Woman Tag
Aubrey Moresi, Lizzy Kraven & Ariana Chaos vs Kemina, Kenzie Anderson & Lacey Abernathy

One Fall | 20-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
This match was a brawl. All six women wanted to show that they were the one who would climb up the ladder and retrieve the HONOR Women’s Title at the Mid-Summer Classic. Aubrey and Lizzy had teamed together before, and it showed in this match. All six women showed off their skills and at one time or another looked rather impressive.

Lizzy Kraven hit Lacey Abernathy with a Kraven Lariat, but Kemina broke the pin up. This brought everyone else into the ring where a brawl broke out again. Eventually Lizzy cleared the ring and hit Lacey with a Tornado Bomb. This time, she hooked the leg and got the three count. But the end of the match didn’t mean the end of the brawl.

As everyone seemed to be engaged with someone else, trading punches and kicks, Lizzy Kraven stood in the center of the ring. But not for long. The Columbus crowd was shocked when Marcy Tillman destroyed Lizzy from behind with a chairshot. But Tillman wasn’t done there. She sat the hair on the mat, pulled Lizzy up by her hair and planted her with a piledriver on the chair.

The crowd couldn’t believe what they were seeing. But Marcy wasn’t done. Next, she took the same steel chair, and placed Lizzy’s head inside of it. Tillman went toward the corner, obviously planning on jumping down on the chair, injuring Lizzy’s neck. But Aubrey Moresi and Ariana Chaos saw this, and rushed into the ring. Marcy quickly escaped and rushed up the entrance ramp. Either way, damage had been done.

On July 28, 2017, Full Force Pro and the Ohio Wrestling Federation will put on a joint show that is one of a kind. FFP vs OWF! At this moment no matches have been set for this epic event, but on this night we will surely be in for some great in-ring action!

FFP Television Title
(c) Hiroki Ito vs Gregory Hart

One Fall | 30-Minute Time Limit | 20-Second Count Out
It had been quite some time since we had seen Assault & Battery. Gregory Hart was happy to be back in the ring, and wrestling did the FFP Television Championship. The match was hard hitting. Stiff. Gregory countered one of Hiroki’s kicks with a dragon leg screw. Throughout the match he continued working on Ito’s leg, even being able to counter a Go to Sleep attempt by catching the injured leg and hitting another dragon leg screw.

Hiroki continued using his legs as weapons, but Hart hit him with a chop block, and later a dropkick to the side of the knee. Things looked bleak for Hiroki and his Television Title reign. And after missing a clothesline, Hiroki fell victim to a snap German suplex. Hart then hooked Hiroki in a knee bar, right in the center of the ring. Hiroki was in pain. Stretching and reaching for the ropes. Anytime he pushed to move himself and Gregory toward the ropes, more pressure was applied to his knee, making him scream out in pain. Eventually he got extremely close to the ropes. So Gregory broke the hold. He pulled Hiroki back toward the center of the ring, going for the knee bar again. But Hiroki spun out and quickly got to his feet. He went for a spinning back fist, but Hart ducked it and took Hiroki down with another chop block. Hart then grabbed Hiroki’s leg and locked the knee bar back in!

Ito was in trouble. He turned, trying to use his free leg to kick Gregory and free himself. Kick after kick, it didn’t seem to matter. But suddenly the bell rang. Confusion was on the face of Gregory Hart. The official spoke with the time keeper. Then it was announced that the match had reached the 30-minute time limit. Hiroki Ito was saved by the bell.

Gregory Hart was obviously disappointed. He slapped the mat, before standing and offering Hiroki help up. Hart also showed respect to Hiroki, shaking his hand. Hiroki Ito was still the FFP Television Champion, however his reign came dangerously close to ending seconds earlier.


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