|Date: September 26, 2017
Location: Little Rock, AR
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show opened up with the FFP World Champion Brandi Moore. She came out and bragged about being World Champ. Saying that she was destined for that moment. Then she raised the title up in the air. But she was interrupted by Taylor Clawson, her former tag partner and her opponent for FFP The Haunting on October 29th.
Taylor told Brandi to enjoy the moment, because she carried Seduction Inc, and she would leave The Haunting the new, and more attractive FFP World Champion.
Matt Evanston vs Kevin Lewan
These two aren’t strangers to each other. Both parts of awesome FFP tag teams. Both wrestlers hit some awesome and impactful moves, keeping the fans on the edge of their seats. Matt Evanston hit a German suplex, rolled through, and hit another. He went for a Superkick, but Kevin dodged and caught an ankle lock. The move was locked in in the center of the ring. The commentators didn’t think Evanston had a chance to fight out. But he kicked and kicked and eventually got free. As both men got to their feet, Matt cracked Kevin with a running knee to the jaw. Evanston then hoisted Lewan up and hit the Go to Sleep for the three count.
The scene cut backstage to Lenore Spade, with her manager/bodyguard Simone Williams. Lenore said that it had been too long since FFP showed her beauty, and because of that they probably dropped in ratings. She said that she would continue her rise to the top, and that before you know it that she would stand atop the FFP Women’s Division.
Noel Zelig vs Ariana Chaos
We went from one back and forth and exciting match, to another! Noel Zelig had quickly become a fan favorite in FFP. Morgan Alexander claimed it was her English accent. Brian Young suggested it was her wrestling style. And of course the crowd loved seeing Ariana Chaos, and her high flying tactics. Ariana went at Noel hard and fast. Noel coming off of a short tour of Japan, obviously she wasn’t well rested. Ariana hit a turnbuckle powerbomb and a rounding splash off the top. She took Noel up top and proceeded to hit a superplex for a two count. Zelig fought back, using solid strikes to create distance, then cracking Chaos with a Superkick. She couldn’t capitalize off the move, but looked to be following it up with her Jumping Piledriver. But Ariana reversed with a back body drop. When Noel got back up, Ariana hit a Codebreaker. She hooked the leg, but Noel kicked out at two!
Ariana now signaled for the Impaler. A move she used to put quite a few women down. But Noel fought out of it and blasted Ariana with a clothesline that sent her flipping over and landing on her chest. Noel proceeded to hit a loud shining wizard. Chaos seemed to be in trouble. Noel pulled her up and hit an impressive tiger suplex. The crowd stood, waiting for the cover. But Noel pulled Chaos up yet again, and spiked her to the mat with her Jumping Piledriver. Zelig then made the cover and got the three count.
The scene cut backstage where Tyrece Beckman was standing by with Bianca Hunt and her newest clients Lacey Abernathy and Cindy Labre. Bianca said that Lacey and Cindy were ready to take on the Connelly Twins and take their Women’s Tag Team Titles. Just then, the Connelly’s arrived into the picture. After some back and forth, and Katrina saying that she would like to get Bianca in the ring, Kylie and Katrina came up with the idea to make the match at The Haunting, a handicap Women’s Tag Title Match. The Connelly’s vs Lacey, Cindy and Bianca. Bianca laughed and accepted, saying three against two, the Connelly’s didn’t stand a chance.
FFP Television Title
(c) Gregory Hart vs Austin Briggs
A very close match. Austin Briggs clearly had more experience than Gregory, but Hart used his technical wrestling to wrestle his pace. Briggs hit a big clothesline followed by sending Hart into the corner and charging. He went for a splash but Gregory stepped out of the way and went for a school boy pin, but Austin kicked out at two. They quickly got back up and charged. Briggs went for a clothesline but Gregory ducked it and hit a belly to belly suplex. He followed it up with the Slingshot Suplex. However Austin was able to kick out at two. Gregory pulled Austin up once more and hit a Double Underhook Backbreaker. Hart then made the cover and got the three count.
The scene cut backstage to the President of FFP, Veronica Clyne. Veronica announced that next week on FFP Tuesday Night Wrestling, Odell Porter would make his return since losing the World Title at Lethal Injection. She also teased matches being set for FFP Friday the 13th coming in October.
Masina vs Tabitha Mullins
Two big women ducking it out. The Little Rock crowd was into it, big move after big move. The end came when Masina hit one of her finishers, the Samoan Spike. And followed it up with her other finisher, the Big Splash.
The scene cut backstage to the FFP Adrenaline Champion ATM. He said that he was for sure the best Adrenaline Champion in FFP history, and he would prove it next week when he issued her another open challenge for his title. Cocky.
FFP Tag Team Titles
(c) Simply the Best vs Tamatoas
Kalino and Kanoa came out on fire after the opening bell. Seemed that they surely came to Little Rock, Arkansas to win back the FFP Tag Team Titles. But Caleb Newstead and Christopher Morgan were no slouches, and obviously had a gameplan.
As Kanoa hit a couple solid right hands and a suplex on Caleb Newstead, Morgan Alexander noted that maybe Simply the Best had their minds more on the 3XW invasion that the Tamatoas. Kanoa went up top and went for a big splash, but Newstead got his knees up. Kanoa crashed and burned. Newstead then quickly tagged out. Christopher Morgan grabbed a hold of Kanoa and hit the Tiger Driver. He made the pin, and successfully retained the Tag Team Titles for his team.
After the match Nevin Solomon and Alexander Modest stepped out onto the stage. The two had successfully teamed together in HONOR Wrestling recently. Nevin took the microphone and said that he and Alexander felt that Simply the Best had run through most of the Tag Team division, and they wanted a shot at the Titles.
Morgan took a microphone and said that normally they would just accept challenges from teams who hadn’t really earned their shot, but they wanted a challenge for The Haunting, and accepted the challenge.