|Date: May 1, 2018
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show opened with the brand new FFP World Champion Miles Lynch. Lynch came out and held the title up high. He said that Sunday night he and Matt Kraven went to war and Miles Lynch was the better man.
Bryce Devlin vs Raziel
Both wrestlers still fairly new to FFP, wanted to put a good showing on for the fans. Raziel hit some cool high flying moves, but Devlin was able to keep Raziel grounded just enough, to keep the momentum. Devlin then hit the Tiger Suplex for the three count.
In the Ring
The new FFP Honor Champion Alexander Modest came out next. Modest came to the ring looking sharp, holding the Honor Title on his shoulder. He kissed a couple of female’s hands at ringside, then grabbed a microphone. He talked trash to Kade Haddix, saying that he was the better man at Devastation, and he was the better man overall. Modest said that he knew Haddix would get a champion’s rematch, and as soon as his arm was healed up he’d gladly put the title on the line.
Modest was then interrupted by Kade Haddix. Kade said that his arm was sore, but he wanted a title match tonight! Modest tried to talk him out of it, but when Kade made fun of him and accused him of being a coward, Modest agreed.
The scene cut backstage to Raquel St Claire who was joined by the inauguration FFP Ironwoman Champion Noel Zelig. Raquel congratulated Noel on the win and asked her who she’d like to defend the title against first. Noel thanked Raquel and said that the women’s division in FFP was stacked. She said that she would be honored to defend the title against any of the FFP women, but one that she felt she could have a five star match with was Quinn Delaney. Noel also mentioned Anna Minster, saying the two gained a large amount of respect for one another and could always put on some great matches.
Nina Fox vs Taylor Clawson
Another hard hitting matchup like their match at Devastation on Sunday. Taylor gained an early advantage by raking Nina’s eyes. Taylor then went for a roll up pin, pulling Nina’s tights like on Sunday, but Nina kicked out. Fox fought back, and hit the Superkick for the three count.
After the match Taylor attacked Nina with a running knee to the back and a Flatliner. Things just seemed to be warming up in this feud.
The scene cut backstage to Tyrece Beckman who spoke about Matt Kraven’s injury. Tyrece said that he had heard people backstage questioning if Kraven would ever be able to wrestle again.
Joey DeMarco vs Trent Wolfe
Another awesome match for the fans of Oklahoma City. DeMarco came out on fire, but Trent Wolfe used his striking ability to get the best of DeMarco. Joey did hit a blockbuster from the middle rope, and a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, but Wolfe fought back and ended up locking DeMarco in the bridging Fujiwara Armbar, forcing Joey to submit.
The scene cut backstage to Raquel St Claire who was standing by with the FFP Women’s World Champion Amy Kraven. Raquel asked Amy about her title match versus Masina at Vendetta later in May. Amy said that Masina obviously looked impressive beating Veronica Clyne so quickly. She said that she had her work cut out for her at Vendetta, but that she would do everything she could to come out the winner.
FFP Honor Title
(c) Alexander Modest vs Kade Haddix
A back and forth main event for the Oklahoma City crowd. Modest put a beating down on Haddix, mostly targeting Kade’s left arm. However, Haddix rocked the Honor Champion with a Roaring Elbow and a overhead kick. Haddix followed that up with a German suplex. Modest was rocked. And Kade set him up for a Death Valley Driver. Modest raked Kade’s eyes and slipped off of his shoulders. Alexander went for a roll up, putting his legs on the ropes for extra leverage, but Kade was still able to kick out. Both men shot back up to their feet, and Haddix rocked the champion with a Superkick. Alexander fell through the ropes to the arena floor. Kade went to go after him, but the official stopped him.
Alexander walked to the time keeper and grabbed the FFP Honor Title. He slid into the ring and didn’t hesitate, bringing the championship back and leveling Kade with it. Alexander floored the former Honor Champion. The referee immediately called for the bell, but Modest didn’t care. He smiled and stood over the challenger, holding the title proudly in the air listening to the arena’s boos. The show went off the air with Modest standing over Kade with the FFP Honor Title held in the air.