|Date: June 5, 2018
Location: Tampa, FL
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show opened up with the entrance of the FFP World Champion Miles Lynch. Lynch came out and grabbed a microphone. He said that this Sunday he would face Hiroki Ito in a 60-Minute Iron Man Match. Lynch said that he and Hiroki went to war at Vendetta, and Lynch looked forward to once again facing off against Ito.
Hiroki then came out. Hiroki went face-to-face with Miles and grinned as they stared each other down. Hiroki then said that yes they would go to war again, but this time the outcome would be different, he would walk out the new FFP World Champion.
Alexander Modest & Aiden Conrad vs Kade Haddix & Trent Wolfe
Featuring two very high profile feuds, this match was a war. Fists flew, brutal chops were dealt out and the Tampa crowd loved all of it. Aiden Conrad went for the Beauty Maker on Trent Wolfe, but accidentally hit Alexander Modest. This led to Kade Haddix hitting a German suplex on Modest. Trent Wolfe then hit Aiden with a hard spinning elbow that echoed through the arena. Trent then hooked Aiden up for the Bloody Sunday, but Aiden was able to swing around, roll Trent up and get a huge fist full of tights for the three count.
After the match brawling continued, with Kade and Trent eventually getting the upperhand on their foes and sending them retreating from the ring.
Joey DeMarco vs Roderick Jamison
Another hard hitting match. Joey DeMarco had been around FFP for quite some time, but Roderick was new and wanted to prove his dominance. Roderick had the size advantage by quite a bit. And he was able to toss Joey around the ring. DeMarco used strikes to work Jamison down, hitting an open palm strike that seemed to nearly knock Roderick down. DeMarco then delivered a back suplex that rocked the big man. But, Roderick ended up turning Joey inside out with a monstrous lariat. Jamison then pulled Joey up and hit one of his finishers, the Olympic Slam for the three count. What an upset!
This Sunday on the FFP Network make sure to catch FFP Uprising live from Orlando, Florida! Miles Lynch will defend the FFP World Championship against Hiroki Ito in a 60-Minute Iron Man Match. Also Trent Wolfe will battle Aiden Conrad inside a steel cage for Aiden’s Adrenaline Title. But that’s not all! Noel Zelig puts the FFP Ironwoman Title on the line against Katsumi Akiyama, and much more! Don’t miss this epic event!
Ringside | In the Ring
The scene cut to ringside where Rocky Christianello was inside the ring with a microphone in hand. Rocky said that she came to Full Force Pro because the Women’s Division here was an important part of the fed, and she wanted to prove herself to the world. She said that she hoped to be one of the potential challengers for Noel Zelig’s Ironwoman Title, but it didn’t work out. Before she could say much else, the FFP Women’s Champion Masina came to the ring. Masina stood over Rocky, looking down at her with a menacing grin. Masina took the microphone from Rocky and said that if she wanted to prove herself, she’d get her chance right now, for the FFP Women’s Championship. Rocky looked very intimidated, but couldn’t pass up the opportunity.
FFP Women’s Title
(c) Masina vs Rocky Christianello
Rocky came out of the corner like a fire cracker. She connected with some solid strikes to Masina, including a back elbow and a chop across the chest that made the crowd grimace. Rocky hit the ropes, charging at the Women’s Champion, but Masina caught her and slammed her to the mat with a belly-to-belly suplex. Masina got up and drilled Christianello with a big leg drop. She stood up, looking down at her opponent with a smile on her face. Masina then pulled the challenger up and dropped her to the mat with a falling powerslam. Masina then hooked Rocky’s leg and got the three count. Talk about unmitigated dominance!
Backstage | Interview Area
The scene cut backstage to an interview area where Raquel St Claire was standing by with Raziel. She talked to Raziel about George Furst attacking him last week. Raziel said he didn’t know why Furst went after him. But before he said anything else, George stepped into view. A man of few words, he simply punched Raziel in the face, knocking the masked wrestler to his knees. Raziel, much smaller than George, fought back to his feet and began to fight back. Although Furst grabbed him and slammed him into a rolling cart nearby.
Griffin Austin vs Bryce Devlin
A very technical wrestling match. Both wrestlers fought for the upperhand in the beginning, with a lot of sprawling on the mat. Devlin worked Griffin down, hitting a dropkick from the middle rope to the back of Austin’s neck for a two count. Devlin continues working on Griffin’s neck, but Griffin was able to land a devastating knee to the jaw that nearly knocked Devlin clean out. Griffin then hit his finisher the GKO for the three count.
After the match Cooper Albright came out to spoil Griffin Austin’s celebration. Cooper said that Griffin got lucky the last time they faced off, and that if he got a rematch, he’d beat Griffin for sure. Griffin invited Cooper down to the ring for round two, but Cooper said that he didn’t come prepared to wrestle, but next week at Tuesday Night Wrestling that he would defeat him.
#1 Contender Match | Winner Challenges Carla Ray at Uprising
Zoey Kiehl vs Keira Brimm
Carla Ray came down before Zoey or Keira, and took a seat at the commentator’s table. Of course Morgan Alexander was glowing because he was getting to sit beside the Spirit Champion. Zoey and Keira went at it, leaving nothing behind. They knew that they were both legit challengers for Carla’s title, and also knew that they’d need to keep somewhat of a watchful eye on the champion. Keira gained the momentum early, but Zoey fought back. Eventually the match went to the floor, where Zoey hit a plancha knocking Brimm to the arena floor near the commentator’s table. This caused Carla to stand, with the Spirit Title on her shoulder. Zoey looked over and the two eventually went eye-to-eye. But as Keira fought to get back to her feet, Lenore Spade and Ava St. James rushed to ringside, standing behind Carla. Eventually Carla and her friends tore into both Zoey and Keira, knocking them down at ringside and really putting the boots to them.
Ringside | In the Ring
The scene cut to ringside where Christopher Morgan came to the ring. Morgan said that he continued to try to convince Daniel Matthews to come out of retirement and face him at FFP Glory in August. Morgan said he attacked Patrick McCoy last week figuring that Daniel would want to finally get his hands on Morgan, but it didn’t happen. So Morgan said that at FFP Uprising, if Patrick McCoy had the guts that he could try to get his revenge. Patrick McCoy then came out onto the entrance stage, shocking the Tampa crowd. McCoy said that Morgan should stop worrying about Daniel, because he would take care of Morgan at Uprising on Sunday.
Backstage | MFB’s Office
The scene cut to the President of FFP Mary Faith Brooks. MFB announced that she wanted to see this thing with Carla Ray and her group going up against Zoey Kiehl and Keira Brimm get addressed, so at Uprising Zoey and Keira would wrestle Carla Ray, Lenore Spade and Ava St James in a handicap match!
MAIN EVENT: FFP Network Title
(c) Kashimanaki vs Hayden Flowers
Another back and forth match for the Tampa crowd. Hayden Flowers got the upperhand with some gruesome European uppercuts, then a lariat that floored the Network Champion. Kashimanaki pulled himself up using the ropes, but fell victim to a lariat that sent him over the top and tumbling to the arena floor. Hayden went for a baseball slide dropkick, but Kashimanaki dodged and cracked Hayden with a kick to the skull, then a back suplex on the outside of the ring. The action made it’s way back into the ring where Kashimanaki set Hayden up for the Kashimanaki Driver, but Flowers escaped and rocked the champion with another European uppercut. Then, the Full Nelson Facebuster. That was Hayden’s finisher! Flowers made the cover. 1…2… and the count was broken up when Kabir Jindal rushed into the ring and dropped an elbow on Hayden just before the three count. He pulled Hayden up and leveled him with the India Penal Code. Then he pulled Kashimanaki up, and hit him with his finisher as well. Kabir stood over both champion and challenger. He may have saved Kashimanaki from losing the championship, but he was obviously making a statement that he wanted the FFP Network Championship.
This Sunday at FFP Uprising:
• Miles Lynch defends the FFP World Championship in an Iron Man Match
• Noel Zelig defends The FFP Ironwoman Title against Katsumi Akiyama
• FFP Adrenaline Champion Aiden Conrad faces Trent Wolfe in a Cage Match for the title
• Christopher Morgan faces off against Patrick McCoy