|Date: March 27, 2018
Location: Macon, GA
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show opened up with the entrance of the FFP World Champion Matt Kraven along with his wife, the owner and President of Full Force Pro, Amanda Kraven. Matt took a microphone and said that at FFP Stateside he defeated Matt Evanston, but during the match Zoey Kiehl viciously attacked Amanda. Matt said that if they wanted, they could easily fire Zoey as Amanda is the owner and President, and not a wrestler. Matt said that they thought it over throughout the weekend and decided that it would be best if they hired a full time bodyguard. Kraven then introduced the Brazilian body builder and MMA fighter, Vanessa Rocha.
Rocha, a muscular yet beautiful Brazilian, walked down the isle as the fans stared. Of course Morgan Alexander went crazy, saying she was the perfect mix of muscles and beauty, then kept saying how he should get to get the first interview with her. Vanessa got into the ring and shook hands with the Kravens. Then she stood behind Matt and Amanda with her arms crossed. She obviously meant business.
Matt then said that they had discussed suspending both Matt Evanston and Zoey Kiehl, but knew the fans didn’t want that. So instead, they would set them up with matches here tonight to show them that what they did wouldn’t be tolerated. Matt Evanston then came out onto the entrance stage. He said that Kraven could only defeat him by cheating, whether it be with a weapon or outside interference. He said that if Kraven were a real champion he would give Evanston a fair shot at the belt, maybe at FFP Devastation. But Kraven quickly shot Evanston down, saying that he would be putting his title on the line against Miles Lynch at that event. Evanston laughed, saying of course he would, because Lynch was in Kraven’s group and would just lay down for him. Matt said that he definitely wouldn’t do that, and that instead of Evanston thinking he should get ANOTHER Title shot, he should instead worry about his opponents tonight. Because tonight, Evanston would face off against Everett Moses…RIGHT NOW!
Matt Evanston vs Everett Moses
The match really didn’t start off fair. As Evanston was still on the entrance ramp, Everett Moses blasted out of the backstage area and floored Evanston with a clothesline from behind. Matt Kraven then demanded that the time keeper ring the bell and the match officially start. Usually a match couldn’t start unless both wrestlers were in the ring. But, obviously this was the Kravens trying to prove a point to Matt Evanston.
Everett drug Evanston down to the ring and tossed him in. He pummeled Evanston in the middle of the ring, then began tossing him around the squared circle with belly to belly suplexes, fallaway slams and body slams. Everett hit a couple of leg drops, then went to the middle rope. As Matt got to his feet, Everett jumped off, sizing Matt up for a flying double axehandle. But Evanston dodged the oncoming big man, and hit him with a Superkick instead. The blow rocked the big man, but he didn’t leave his feet. Next Evanston hit the ropes and leveled him with a running big boot, finally taking the big man down to the mat. But Evanston wasn’t done. After a few solid stomps to Everett’s head, Matt pulled him back to his feet and attempted to get him up onto his shoulders. Matt was going for the Go to Sleep. But Everett hit a couple of hard fists to the chest, and was able to push himself off of Evanston. Everett then hit the ropes, and turned Evanston inside out with a lariat. Moses let out a scream as the crowd booed.
Moses then pulled Evanston up and set him up for the One Winged Angel. Only Evanston was able to use momentum to turn the attempted finisher into a victory roll. Everett tried to kick out, but Matt had his legs trapped. 1…2…3! Matt Evanston was able to win against Everett Moses! The crowd went crazy. Evanston stood in the middle of the ring, raising his arms in the air. However Everett was quick to get back up and hit Matt with a hard knee to the lower back. He tosses Evanston through the ropes to the arena floor. Then he followed him out there, and delivered a dangerous powerbomb to the apron of the ring. As Everett left ringside, EMTs rushed to the aide of Matt Evanston. Zoey Kiehl also came out as well to check on him.
The scene cut backstage where Matt Evanston was being stretchered out to an ambulance. Zoey Kiehl was walking with the stretcher, holding Evanston’s hand. However, Amanda Kraven stepped into view, with Vanessa Rocha by her side. Amanda said that Zoey would not be able to go with Evanston because she needed to get out in the ring where she had her match. Zoey said that she was more worried about Evanston. But Amanda said that if Zoey left, she would be insubordinate, and that would be grounds for dismissal. Zoey reluctantly kissed Matt’s hand and made her way toward the ring. Amanda Kraven was left smiling, with Vanessa Rocha still looking all business behind her.
Zoey Kiehl vs Jaqueline Aulstrike & Tabitha Mullins
Zoey Kiehl came out first, most likely assuming she was going to face off against a single opponent, like Matt Evanston had to. But Zoey was surprised to see the entrance of the dominant tag team Jaqueline Aulstrike and Tabitha Mullins. This punishment really couldn’t be any worse. Zoey fought like hell in the beginning of the match. Rocking both towering women with hard stiff kicks, punches, forearms and anything else she could. But the size difference was a huge factor. Zoey just couldn’t fight both women off. And eventually, they took her to the outside and had a contest of who could throw her into the steel guardrail harder. Zoey began to get big welts across her back.
Zoey was able to get one more rush of adrenaline, knocking Tabitha to her knees with a Roaring Elbow, then blasting her with a shining wizard. But Jaqueline hit her with a clothesline from behind that sent her right to the arena floor. Jaqueline then reached under the ring and pulled out a table. She slid it into the ring, and next Zoey. Tabitha joined Jaqueline and Zoey in the ring, where she set up he table. The two then proceeded to hit Zoey with a spike powerbomb through the table. Zoey was knocked out. The referee called for the bell, the use of the foreign object was enough to disqualify Jaqueline and Tabitha, but the damage had been done. Zoey Kiehl technically won the match, but not the war.
And the duo wasn’t done yet. Tabitha now went to the outside and grabbed the bottom half of the steel steps. She slid them into the ring, where her and Aulstrike his Zoey with another spike powerbomb, this time on the solid steel steps. Kiehl was hurt. Jaqueline and Tabitha left the ringside area and EMTs once again rushed to the ring. Brian Young was left nearly speechless, while Morgan Alexander assured everyone that he surely wouldn’t piss Matt and Amanda Kraven off.
Amanda Cortez & Kennedy Matthews vs Tokyo Bomb Angels
A back and forth match with Amanda and Kennedy using more brawling maneuvers against the young Tokyo Bomb Angels. Akane Mae and Hisoka Li had the speed advantage by quite a bit, and also came off the ropes many times to surprise their opponents. Kennedy hit a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker on Akane Mae that really turned the tides in her and Amanda’s favor. Cortez then came into the ring and hit her finisher, the Fade to Black. But Hisoka was there to break up the pin, and the match turned into a wild brawl. Eventually Kennedy took Hisoka outside of the ring where she slammed her into the nearby announce table before planting her with a DDT on the arena floor. Amanda Cortez then hit Akane with the #1 Stunna, and made the pin for the three count.
After the match Amanda and Kennedy got on the microphone saying that they were the most dominant woman tag team that FFP has seen in quite sometime. They said that they would go by the name CULT, capital C-U-L-T. Then, they said that if Lizzy Kraven and Olivia Lee weren’t too busy, that maybe in a couple weeks at FFP Friday the 13th, they’d be up for defending the Women’s Tag Team Titles. Cortez then said, if they were too chicken to do so, that CULT would understand.
FFP Network Title
(c) Kashimanaki vs Cooper Albright
A very hard hitting matchup. Both men weren’t slouches at striking. Cooper Albright had the weight advantage, but Kashimanaki was an accomplished striker, and one hell of a wrestler over all. Kashimanaki worked Cooper down, blasting him with a skull rattling kick followed by a German suplex. Kashimanaki then hit the Kashimanaki Driver for the three count.
After the match Cooper hit Kashimanaki from behind and rammed him shoulder first into the corner, right in between the turnbuckles making solid contact with the steel ring post.
On April 29, 2018 from Austin, Texas Full Force Pro will present it premier edition of it’s new April pay-per-view FFP Devastation. Already scheduled is Amy Kraven defending the FFP Women’s World Championship in a handicap match against Kenzie Anderson and Fiona Burke. And also just added, Noel Zelig vs Anna Minster in a 2-Out-of-3 Falls Match for the FFP Ironwoman Title. You won’t want to miss this awesome event!
The scene cut backstage to Amanda Kraven who was with her new bodyguard Vanessa Rocha. Amanda said that she had two names to reveal for the FFP Spirit Title Tournament. Amanda said that Gina Dilano had already earned her spot, and joining her would be Ava St James and FFP rookie Carla Ray!
Masina vs Katsumi Akiyama
Katsumi came hard with her strikes. Hitting kicks to Masina’s legs trying to cut the big girl down. But Masina would grab ahold of Katsumi and throw her down to stop the oncoming strikes. Eventually Akiyama was able to drop Masina to her knees, and went for a shining wizard. But Masina was able to catch Katsumi in mid move, and drop her to the mat with a powerbomb. Masina then got up on the middle rope and hit a big splash for the three count.
Masina completely dominated the former FFP Women’s Champion Katsumi Akiyama!
The scene cut backstage to Tyrece Beckman who was standing by with FFP World Champion Matt Kraven outside of his locker room.
Tyrece Beckman asked Matt about the punishment to Matt Evanston and Zoey Kiehl tonight. Matt said that they made their bed and now they were laying in it. Kraven said that everyone always thinks that they can beat the system, that they can shock the system. Kraven said that he and Amanda and the rest of his group ARE the system, and you can’t win against them. No matter who you are. Kraven then turned and reentered his locker room.
FFP Honor title
(c) Kade Haddix vs Alexander Modest
This was a very competitive match for the Macon crowd. Kade Haddix looked very impressive with technical wrestling, but Alexander Modest looked very good in the ring as well. Haddix hit a series of clotheslines, a dropkick and two snap suplexes. He followed that up with an elbow from the middle rope for a two count. Alexander fought back hitting a European uppercut and a clothesline over the top rope. Modest went after Haddix on the outside where the two brawled near the commentator’s table.
Eventually the match found its way back into the squared circle where Kade hit a double arm DDT. He followed up with a couple knee strikes to the chest and a spinebuster. Haddix then went for the Flatliner, but Modest reversed out and hit a Russian leg sweep. Then, a springboard dropkick. Modest then went for his finisher, the End of Your Run, but Kade dodged and hit a hard elbow. Kade then connected with the Flatliner for the three count.
After the match Kade held the Honor Title up in the air. Modest was slow to get up. Haddix attempted to shake Modest’s hand but Alexander turned away and left.