|Date: October 24, 2017
Location: San Francisco, CA
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show opened up with the entrance of the HONOR World Champion Matt Kraven. Walking down to the ring with him, was the woman who had helped him during his dog collar match with Kade Haddix, Kendra Wilde. Kraven helped Kendra into the ring and took a microphone.
Matt said that everyone was asking him why Kendra helped Matt. Why, why, why. So he said that they could hear the reason from Kendra herself. Then he handed the microphone over to Kendra.
Kendra said that she dated Kade when he was first in the OWF, and was not a good boyfriend. She said that he wasn’t good to her, that he dumped her for someone else, and broke her heart all for his own gain.
This brought Kade out with Noel Zelig. Kade said that him and Kendra only dated for a short time, and that he didn’t do anything wrong. They argued back and forth until finally Veronica Clyne came out. Veronica made it clear, that Noel and Kendra both were banned from ringside during the Cage Match at The Haunting.
Fiona Burke vs Chloe Banks w/ Giovanni Gotch & Christi Carter
A very competitive match. Back and forth until the end, when Chloe fought out of Fiona’s attempted FAB Drop and delivered a hard STO for the three count.
Cassius Bates vs Kyle Donovan
Another back and forth match. Kyle Donovan has the advantage when it came to speed, but when Cassius got ahold of Kyle and slammed him with a running powerslam, the tide changed. Cassius then sent Kyle into the ropes and hit his finisher, the Thicc Ending for the three count.
In the Ring
The scene cut to ringside where Kemina and Firefly had made their entrance. Kemina said that her and Firefly had had enough of the scum from 3XW, and they were ready to take them on face to face. The said that Anna Minster and Piper Jax were cowards for their sneak attacks and they wouldn’t have the guts to step into the ring in a fair fight.
It wasn’t long before Anna and Piper appeared in the crowd. Kemina instructed the ring announcer to hand Anna a microphone. Anna said that they would indeed fight but it would be on 3XW’s terms.
FFP Television Title
(c) Gregory Hart vs Logan Christopher
Another very competitive match. The third one of the night. With all kinds of different moves. Logan Christopher hit some impressive high flying moves, including a missile dropkick and a springboard diving frankensteiner. But Logan went for his Shooting Star Press only to hit the mat instead. Gregory followed up with a DDT for a two count. He pulled Logan up and planted him with a Brainbuster. Hart then hit a Slingshot Suplex for the three count.
After the match the two wrestlers shook hands. The commentators spoke of the mutual respect the two had for one another.
The scene cut backstage to Kemina and Firefly. Still frustrated about not getting the chance to go toe-to-toe with Anna Minster and Piper Jax. Suddenly, from behind Anna and Piper rushed into view, attacking the two FFP wrestlers. They pummeled them to the ground quickly before FFP security could get there. After a few hard shots, the two women scurried away.
FFP Adrenaline Title
(c) Matt Evanston vs Austin Briggs
Yet another match that could have went either way. Both men went for their finishers early. Matt the Go to Sleep and Austin the Brainbuster. Briggs got the upperhand with a superplex for a near fall. He set Evanston up for another Brainbuster, but Evanston escaped and hit a Superkick. Then, a German suplex. Evanston went for the pin but got a two count. Evanston pulled Austin up and took him to the top rope, hitting a Samoan drop from the middle rope. Evanston went up top for a flying headbutt, but Austin moved out of the way, and hit the Champion with a huge Lariat. Briggs called for the Brainbuster, his third attempt, but Matt reversed and rolled Austin up for the three count.
Evanston shot to his feet with his arms raised in the air as the bell rang. But his celebration was quickly cut short when ATM stormed the ring, ripping the Adrenaline Title out of the referee’s grasp and leveling Matt in the head win it. ATM then placed his foot on Matt’s chest and held the title in the air. Then, ATM left ringside with the championship. Morgan Alexander spoke about how he loved that ATM stole the title.
In the Ring
Hunt Enterprises came down to the ring. Bianca Hunt got on the microphone and guarantees that not only would her, Lacey Abernathy and Cindy Labre leave The Haunting with the FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles, but also the Cruiserweight Title would stay put in Hunt Enterprises.
October 29, 2017 FFP will present it’s scariest event of the year, The Haunting. The main event, will be Brandi Moore putting the FFP World Championship on the line against fellow FFP Hall of Famer, and former tag team partner Taylor Clawson. Many more blockbuster matches are scheduled. You will not want to miss this event!
The scene cut backstage where the FFP World Champion Brandi Moore was standing by with Tyrece Beckman. She talked trash about her former tag team partner Taylor Clawson, guaranteeing a big victory at The Haunting. Taylor Clawson eventually interrupted Brandi, saying she can talk a big game, but that this weekend she would take the World Title from her and prove that she was the better member of Seduction Inc.
Lizzy Kraven vs Amy Kraven
It was time for the main event. Kraven vs Kraven. A match that no one thought they’d see. The match started out respectful, of course, it’s cousin vs cousin. But the match went on longer, and the intensity grew. Lizzy Kraven was the expert brawler of the two, and really gave Amy some good hits. Including a Kraven Lariat that nearly took Amy out of her boots. Lizzy went for the cover, but Amy got her foot on the bottom rope, a fraction of a second before the three count.
Lizzy was surprised at the referee’s count stopping. He commentators couldn’t believe it, mentioning that Amy was not close to the ropes but was able to stretch it. Lizzy pulled her little cousin up and next went for her Tornado Bomb. Of course this would be it. But Amy reversed it into a frankensteiner. And when Lizzy popped up to her knees, Amy rocked her with a Superkick, just like her big brother. Amy dove to make the cover, but the force sent Lizzy rolling under the bottom rope and falling to the outside of the ring.
As Lizzy got back up, Amy hit the ropes and delivered a tope suicida. Then, she sent Lizzy back in. Amy followed her in, possibly going in for the kill. But Lizzy surprised her with another Kraven Lariat! This time, the force of this move sent Amy falling to the arena floor. Almost like someone but the repeat button, Lizzy copied Amy by hitting her own tope suicida. Lizzy then sent Amy back into the ring.
Lizzy looked to be setting Amy up for a third Kraven Lariat. Surely, a third Kraven Lariat would be enough to put the youngest Kraven down for the three count. But as Lizzy charged, Amy hooked her arm, swinging around her body and landing back on her feet, with Lizzy bent over, set up perfectly for the Kraven Klash. Any hoisted Lizzy up and planted her with the finisher. Amy then rolled big cousin over and hooked the leg. 1…2…3! Amy Kraven got the victory.
After the bell had rung, Amy helped her cousin up. She wrapped her in a hug. Lizzy smiled, congratulating Amy. Lizzy took Amy’s arm and raised it in the air. The crowd cheered as the two Kraven stood proudly in the center of the ring.