|Date: April 3, 2018
Location: Atlanta, GA
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show opened up with Matt and Amanda Kraven backstage. Of course Vanessa Rocha along with the rest of The System were standing behind the Kravens. Amanda announced that tonight the FFP Spirit Title Tournament would begin. She said that it was a shame that Zoey Kiehl was injured, because she was booked in a tournament match here tonight. So Amanda said that it looked as if her opponent would advance in the tournament by forfeit. However, Amanda said that the Kravens were fair people, and would give Zoey until the match to try to show up.
JJ Perry vs Joey DeMarco
A very solid opening match. Both wrestlers showed off tremendous athleticism. Joey hit an awesome suicide dive, knocking Perry to the arena floor. But when the action found its way back into the ring JJ took the offensive, hitting several chops and forearms, a jumping kick to the skull and a Brainbuster.
DeMarco fired back, hitting a hellacious clothesline followed by a big backbreaker. As DeMarco went in for be kill, his Jumping Piledriver, Odell Porter’s music came onto the speakers. He walked down the isle and began arguing with Joey, even climbing onto the apron. The distraction was enough for JJ to grab Joey as he turned his attention back to his opponent, and hit the Bloody Sunday. JJ then made the pin and got the three count.
Perry celebrated his win, but saw the replay on the screen, showing Odell’s interference. JJ was disappointed that his win wasn’t without the distraction.
The FFP Tag Team Champions Matt and Billy Rich came out to the ring. The duo, who recently joined Aiden Conrad’s group #EgoTrip, were out to brag about their title reign. Matt said that they had defeated all comers, and would continue to do so. He said that the bad thing was, they were running out of fresh teams to defend the titles against. Billy then said that at FFP Devastation they may just take the night off.
But the Champs were interrupted by another set of champs. The FFP Women’s Tag Team Champions, Lipstick & Powerbombs. Lizzy grabbed a microphone and said that Matt and Billy hasn’t defended against them yet. Matt laughed, saying that they couldn’t defend against them, since they were women. Lizzy said that if they were so sure they could defend against whoever, why not give it a shot. After the Rich Brothers had a brief conference in the middle of the ring, they agreed to face Lizzy and Olivia at Devastation for the Tag Team Titles. Billy said that they wouldn’t take it easy on the two women. Lizzy replied, saying her and Olivia wouldn’t take it easy on them either.
Masina vs Juniper Shepard
Juniper came out balls to the wall. Quite a few people would now be intimidated by Masina, but Juniper showed no fear. However, she also got her clock cleaned with a massive clothesline. Juniper tried fighting back. The green haired wrestler even stooped to raking Masina’s eyes before hitting a couple of forearms and going for a running clothesline. But Masina hit a big boot, sending Juniper crashing to the mat. Masina then pulled Juniper up and slammed her to the mat with a big body slam. She hit the ropes and delivered a big splash. Masina then hooked Juniper’s leg and got the three count.
After the match Masina got on the microphone and said that she was sick of easy matches. She said that she wanted to prove that without a shadow of a doubt she was the most dominant woman in FFP history.
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!
ATM vs Bryce Devlin
Another back and forth match. Bryce Devlin showed a lot of heart, but ATM’s experience as well as his strength was enough to get him the W here. Devlin however hit an awesome combo of a Superkick into a German suplex that damn near got him the three count. But Devlin missed an attempted Frog Splash and fell victim to ATM’s Codebreaker for the three count.
The scene cut backstage where Tyrece Beckman was joined with Taylor Clawson. Taylor was here to talk about her match with Nina Fox at FFP Devastation. Taylor said that Nina had had some luck in her career, but Taylor had paved the way for the women like Nina Fox. Clawson said that she was going to show the world just how good of a wrestler she was at Devastation, by taking Nina Fox down.
Amanda Kraven came out and announced that next up Zoey Kiehl was scheduled to face off against April Hunter, with the winner moving on to the FFP Spirit Title Tournament. Amanda said that clearly Zoey was unable to compete, but asked April to come out and be proclaimed the winner. After April came out, and as Amanda was proclaiming April the victor, Zoey Kiehl made her entrance. She walked down the isle, obviously still in pain from last week’s attack. Amanda asked Zoey if she was sure she wanted to wrestle. Kraven then gladly called for the start of the match.
Zoey Kiehl vs April Hunter
April Hunter started the match out working hard on Zoey’s lower back. Obviously a great gameplan, exploiting the lower back injury. However, Zoey wasn’t going to go down without a fight, and started fighting back with forearms and elbows. Eventually she knocked April out onto the apron with a kick to the ribs. Zoey then charged and hit April with a spear, sending both women crashing to the arena floor.
Zoey had to be done. The fall took a lot out of her and to add to it, April began slamming her fist down on Zoey’s back. Hunter took Zoey back into the ring and set her up for a German suplex. But Kiehl broke free and hit April with a devastating kick to the skull. Then, a belly to belly suplex. When April got back up, Zoey hit a sling blade. Kiehl then somehow summoned the strength to hit April Hunter with the Blue Thunder Bomb. Zoey made the cover. 1…2…3!
After the match Zoey celebrated in the ring. Amanda Kraven couldn’t believe that he injured Zoey Kiehl was able to pull out a victory and earn a spot in the Spirit Title Tournament.
The scene cut backstage where the FFP World Champion Matt Kraven was talking with The System. Kraven asked Miles Lynch if Lynch knew the plan for Devastation. Kraven then repeated it again, saying that Miles would lay down in the center of the ring for Matt Kraven, that way everyone stays healthy and the title stays where it belongs. Miles didn’t seem receptive to the idea, but the two men fist bumped and Kraven patted him on the back, promising him a pay raise to do the right thing.
Alexander Modest vs Cooper Albright
Cooper Albright started the match out strong. Hitting a couple of suplexes, a backbreaker and two hard clotheslines, he seemed to have the match well under control. But Modest fought back, hitting a European uppercut that sounded like it nearly decapitated Albright. Alexander then began technically Wrestling Cooper, something that he wasn’t exactly used to. Modest keyed in on Cooper’s neck and shoulder area, working Albright down.
Cooper fought back, using his brawling to try to put Alexander’s gameplan on hold. But after Cooper missed a clothesline Modest was able to deliver a reverse suplex. Modest then blasted Cooper with The End of Your Run, hooking the leg and getting the pinfall.
After the match Alexander got on the microphone, demanding another shot at Kade Haddix’s FFP Honor Title. Kade came out and said Modest looked impressive, but he still wouldn’t be able to take the title from him. Haddix then agreed to defend his title against Alexander at FFP Devastation!