On Wednesday March 7th Full Force Pro kicks off it’s annual Tour of Japan. FFP superstar will be traveling to cities such as Osaka, Nagoya and of course Tokyo to do what they love inside the squared circle.
Of course the Tour of Japan will come to a close on Sunday March 18th with the premier of one of FFP’s newest pay-per-views, FFP Tokyo Rumble! But leading up to the Rumble will be four separate events throughout Japan featuring all kinds of great talent from Full Force Pro. So let’s take a look at a few things you can look forward to on this year’s FFP Tour of Japan!
Ever since taking the FFP Women’s Television Title from Anna Minster, Noel Zelig has been up for all challenges. And at FFP Desperate Measures last night, after defeating Anna Minster, and hearing trash talk from her and her 3XW buddy Ava St. James, Noel said that if Amanda Kraven wanted to book them in a three way dance for the title, Noel would have no problem with that. Well the owner and President of FFP heard Noel, and took her up on her offer. So on Day One of the Tour of Japan, Noel will defend her championship against Anna and Ava at the same time.
Gregory Hart has been the only man to hold the FFP Network Title. He will put the title on the line in Japan, against a former FFP World Champion Logan Christopher. Logan is a veteran of FFP, but Gregory isn’t a push over either. This match could be a very entertaining, fast paced and exciting match. The Japanese crowd will surely love it.
Hisoka Li is a name that FFP fans may remember from her days in FFP’s developmental territory the OWF. Hisoka was one of the OWF Women’s Tag Team Champions. In Japan, Hisoka will make her FFP debut! But her debut will be against another newcomer to FFP, the powerful Roxi Haacke. We look forward to not only seeing these two women lock horns in Japan, but also look forward to seeing how the fans react to Hisoka making her debut in her homeland.
And speaking of homeland, Kashimanaki will make his FFP return, challenging Kade Haddix for the FFP Honor Title. Since the FFP Honor Title is a brand new title made from the HONOR World Title which Kashimanaki had held, Kashimanaki will definitely be looking to try to end Kade’s impressive title reign, and in front of the Japanese crowd hold the FFP Honor Championship high in the air.
Those are only four of the matches that we know of for FFP’s Tour of Japan. With this being Amanda Kraven’s first tour since becoming the full owner and President of FFP, we have to wonder what kind of stops she’ll pull out. Also, it is apparent that her and Matt Kraven will do anything to hold onto the FFP World Championship. Could that be something even more proven throughout this tour?
The FFP Tour of Japan is always a very exciting time for FFP fans as well as wrestlers. We are usually treated to quite a few exciting matches in Japan. Surely this year will be no different. And with Amanda Kraven’s roster expansion, we even have more superstars to see compete inside the squared circle.