|Date: May 15, 2018
Location: Phoenix, AZ
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show began with the entrance of FFP Hall of Famer Christopher Morgan. Morgan took a microphone and headed for the ring. He said that he had teased a big announcement for tonight, and he was here to deliver. He said that he had a lot of people begging him not to retire, but he had reassured them early on that that was not the announcement.
Morgan then continued, bringing up his history with Full Force Pro, and the fact that in the first ever main event it was Daniel Matthews defeating Christopher. In the first FFP World Title Match, it was Daniel defeating Christopher. Christopher said that their federation long rivalry always seemed to have Daniel standing victorious. Christopher said that he was ready to prove to the world, and also prove to himself that he in fact was the best wrestler in the history of Full Force Pro. That he was the real icon of FFP.
Christopher then said that it would only be fitting at FFP Glory, Full Force Pro’s biggest pay-per-view of the year, in August, that it be Daniel Matthews vs Christopher Morgan one last time to find out who the true icon of FFP was. To find out who the best wrestler in FFP was. Morgan said that the challenge had been laid out, and he was waiting for Daniel’s answer.
FFP Network Title #1 Contender Tournament
George Furst vs Cooper Albright
A very hard hitting match. Cooper Albright was all fight, but George Furst had quite the size advantage, and was able to overpower Cooper, hitting an impressive powerslam from the middle turnbuckle. Furst then hit the Lariat from Hell, nearly turning Albright inside out. He made the cover and got the three count. He would go on to face the winner of the next match, to name a #1 contender to Kashimanaki”s FFP Network Title.
FFP Network Title #1 Contender Tournament
Bryce Devlin vs Kabir Jindal
Bryce Devlin controlled the match early. But just like the prior match, Kabir had a size advantage that could not be ignored, or overcome. Kabir hit the India Penal Code for the three count. Then he got on the microphone and guaranteed that he would defeat George Furst, then Kashimanaki for the Network Championship.
This brought George Furst out and the two men went face-to-face. What a match these two would have!
FFP Spirit Title | Three Way Dance
(c) Zoey Kiehl vs Keira Brimm vs Carla Ray
A hard fought match for all three women. Carla Ray seemed to have some beef with both of her opponents, so it was easy for her to become the punching bag. But eventually Zoey and Keira had to go toe-to-toe, and when that happened, Carla was ready to strike. Keira took Zoey down with a big swinging DDT, but Carla quickly whipped her out of the ring and went for the pin on the champion. Zoey kicked out at the count of two, and Keira reentered the ring. Keira and Carla then went head-to-head. Trading punches back and forth. Eventually Keira went for a big right haymaker on Carla, but Ray ducked and Keira hit the champion instead. She turned around only to be struck by Carla’s spinning heel kick. Carla then made the cover and got the pinfall. Keira Brimm had been eliminated.
As Carla and Zoey were about to go at it, Keira got up and started to climb out of the ring. But Carla took it upon herself to his Keira with a kick sending her crashing to the arena floor. Carla then went after Zoey. Zoey caught Carla by surprise with a small package roll up. 1…2… and Carla was able to kick out. Carla then went for the spinning heel kick, but Zoey dodged and wound up hitting the Blue Thunder Bomb. Zoey went for the pin. 1…2… and Carla got her foot on the bottom rope. The count was so close to three. Zoey thought for a second she had won. She turned and began to pull Carla up, but Carla grabbed Zoey’s top and pulled on it, sending Zoey’s throat into the middle rope. Carla then hit the ropes and landed on Zoey, further smashing her throat onto the middle rope. Zoey stumbled back and the referee immediately checked on her.
In the meantime, Keira had climbed back up onto the ring apron and cracked Carla with a kick to the back of the head. She stumbled forward while Zoey began to get back up. Zoey then scooped Carla up and hit another Blue Thunder Bomb. She made the cover, and got the three count.
Zoey Kiehl had successfully defended the title, but Morgan Alexander was quick to point out that Carla should have won because Keira interfered. Morgan continued crying foul, saying Carla is a victim and deserves another shot.
The scene cut backstage to Tyrece Beckman who was standing by with Christopher Morgan. Tyrece asked Morgan about his challenge to Daniel Matthews, and why have the match in August. Morgan said that like he had said earlier, FFP Glory is FFP’s biggest event, and on the biggest event of the year, he wanted to show the world that he was the man in FFP, not Daniel Matthews. Tyrece asked Christopher when he expected to hear back from Daniel, to which Morgan said that he figured it wouldn’t take long. Beckman also asked Christopher what he would do if Daniel just said no. Morgan said that he couldn’t imagine Daniel backing down from a challenge, but if he did, Morgan had a couple of tricks up his sleeve. Morgan then walked away with a smile on his face.
FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles
(c) Lipstick & Powerbombs vs Beth Tilly & Sophia Ishmael
Another hard fought match, but even though Beth and Sophia made a great tag team together, they just couldn’t handle the fire power of Lizzy Kraven and Olivia Lee. After the Women’s Tag Champs hit the Super Collider, it was all over. Olivia covered Beth for the 1, 2, 3.
But things got interested after the match, when Kennedy Matthews and Amanda Cortez rushed to the ring. We hadn’t seen the tag team known as CULT for quite some time. But they took it upon themselves to slide into the ring and completely destroy Lizzy Kraven and Olivia Lee. After using the title belts to strike both champions, they planted Lizzy and Olivia with spike piledrivers in the center of the ring. Beth Tilly and Sophia Ishmael watched as the attack occurred, but didn’t offer any help to either team.
FFP Adrenaline Title
(c) Aiden Conrad w/ #EgoTrip vs Odell Porter
Quite the challenge for Aiden Conrad. Odell Porter was a former FFP World Champion, and one hell of an athlete. Porter pulled no punches, hitting Aiden hard and continuing to move around the ring. Both superstars had a great deal of athleticism and speed, but Porter outshined Aiden for most of the match. However, when Pandora got up onto the apron and grabbed ahold of Odell for just a brief second, it opened up the opportunity for Aiden to crack Porter with the Beauty Maker. Conrad then hooked Odell’s leg and made the cover. 1…2…3! The referee hesitated to make the count, but he did. Aiden Conrad was still the Adrenaline Champion.
Conrad got on the microphone after the match and bragged about how he had defeated the former World Champion. But he was quickly interrupted by Trent Wolfe, the man who would be challenging Aiden at FFP Vendetta for his title. Trent said that he knew Aiden’s tricks, and at Vendetta he had a special surprise for Aiden that would even the odds when it came to Aiden’s redhead bombshell at ringside. Nina Fox then made her entrance, joining Trent on the entrance stage. Wolfe said that Nina Fox would be accompanying him to ringside and if Pandora tried to get involved, she’d find herself in quite the predicament. Obviously Aiden didn’t seem happy at the news.
This Sunday don’t miss the biggest and baddest pay-per-view in all of May…FFP Vendetta! Miles Lynch will defend the FFP World Title against Matt Evanston, Amy Kraven will defend the Women’s Title against Masina, and Lipstick & Powerbombs will do battle with Matt & Billy Rich with the FFP Tag Team Titles on the line! All this and much more, live from Brooklyn, New York. Don’t miss it!
FFP Ironwoman Title
(c) Noel Zelig vs Quinn Delaney
The Phoenix crowd was absolutely pumped for this matchup. Noel and Quinn were both huge fan favorites, and the crowd almost seemed to not want to see either lose the match. The two wrestlers treaded lightly at first, trying to find an opening. But once they started going at it, they went at it! Rights and lefts, headlocks and snapmares, a springboard dropkick from Noel, a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker from Quinn. Delaney went for her finisher the Quinn Cutter, but Zelig blocked, and turned it into a half-and-half suplex that looked like it could have killed the challenger! Noel then turned up the heat, hitting a shining wizard that echoed through the seats. The Phoenix crowd stood in anticipation as Noel went for the cover. 1…2… and Quinn kicked out. So Zelig pulled the redhead up and set her up for the Jumping Piledriver, but Quinn escaped out of Noel’s grasp and this time hit the Quinn Cutter. The crowd went crazy. Quinn went for the pin. 1…2… and Noel got her foot on the rope.
Quinn continued working Noel down, hitting a couple of elbows to the upperback, followed by a Samoan drop. Delaney then hit a leg drop off the middle rope. But she wasn’t done. Delaney went back up to the ropes. This time to the very top. But Noel cut her off, hitting a couple of forearms and joining Quinn on the turnbuckles. Noel attempted an impressive and dangerous standing frankensteiner from the top turnbuckle, but Quinn was able to reverse in mid-move, and hit a super powerbomb. Both ladies bodies bounced on the mat. Obviously the impact was great on both of them. Quinn began to crawl toward the champion to make the cover. She draped her arm over Noel’s chest. 1…2… and Noel kicked out. Barely! Morgan Alexander shouted, “you’ve got to be kidding me! I love these girls!” Brian Young shared his excited as well, yelling, “this is phenomenal!”
Quinn couldn’t believe it. Neither could the Phoenix crowd. Both women began muscling their way back up to their feet, trading punches the whole way. Quinn ducked one, and went for another Quinn Cutter. But like last time, Noel was able to block it, and this time hit the challenger with a devastating German suplex. Quinn tried to get back to her feet, but was having a hard time. Noel grabbed her, and hit another German suplex. Then, another! Quinn was in trouble. She fought so hard to get back up, only getting to her knees. Noel pulled her back up, bent her down and spiked her to the mat with the Jumping Piledriver. Zelig then made the cover. 1…2…3! Noel Zelig had retained the FFP Ironwoman Title in one hell of a match. The Phoenix crowd stood and applauded, not only for the champion but for both women. What a match to close the show in Phoenix!