Full Force Pro has been in the midst of a roster expansion ever since it was announced that Amanda Kraven had taken over as owner and President of FFP. There have been rumblings of a new developmental territory or a new relationship with another federation, as well as an all-woman wrestling promotion, or some new championships that would revolve around the women of Full Force Pro.
The rumors will now only get stronger as Full Force Pro has officially welcomed FFP Hall of Famer April Hunter back to our prestigious Women’s Division. We are very excited to see April step back through the ropes of a FFP ring. It has been quite some time since the last time we saw her compete in Full Force Pro. And the last time she did appear, she was in the corner of Matt Kraven when Kraven put the HONOR World Title on the line against Daniel Matthews at FFP Uprising in June of 2017.
If you tuned in to FFP SSN Saturday night, you saw a couple of backstage brawls. One in particular saw the end of a scuffle between the FFP Women’s Champion Cindy Labre (with assistance from her manager April Hunter) and one of the challengers for her Women’s Title at FFP Throwback on Christmas Day, Katsumi Akiyama (who along with Quinn Delaney will challenge Cindy in a Triple Threat match).
Last night at SSN, Katsumi Akiyama and Quinn Delaney wrestled in a number one contender match, with the winner going on to face Labre for the title at FFP’s Christmas Day pay-per-view Throwback.
The match was a back and forth competitive one, until Cindy Labre and April Hunter came down and ruined it. Beating both women down, Cindy and April thought they were doing Cindy a favor, making sure there was no number one contender.
November 20, 2016 | Baltimore, Maryland
The show opened up with pyro going off around the arena. The camera panned around the arena showing a couple former FFP superstars such as Ariana Chaos, Synn and Christopher Morgan, who was wrestling for another promotion but was here to support his Simply the Best stablemate Caleb Newstead, HONOR Wrestling superstars such as Katashi Goya and HONOR Women’s Champion Cassie Carlisle, and also competitors that took part in the 16-to-1 Tournament such as Hope Jamison, Courtney Kennedy and Tabitha Mullins were in the audience.
Recently Full Force Pro put up a poll on who should be the next to challenge the talented Quinn Delaney for her FFP Women’s Championship. Options to vote for on that poll were former FFP Diamond and/or Women’s Champions Brandi Moore, Kemina and Katsumi Akiyama, as well as former OWF Women’s Champions Katrina and Giovanni Gotch. Also featured was former FFP World Champion Lizzy Kraven, newly called up Aubrey Moresi as well as Cindy Labre and Masina.
2015 FFP Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
July 25, 2015 | Cincinnati, Ohio
The FFP and OWF superstars showed up dressed to the nines. Everyone seemed to be thrilled to be in attendance for the first ever FFP Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Seduction Inc (Brandi Moore & Taylor Clawson)
inducted by Matt Kraven
On April 27, 2014 at FFP All Torn Up, Nina Fox defeated April Hunter and Ariana Chaos in a Triple Threat Match to become the FFP Diamond Champion. This was Nina’s second time as Diamond Champ. Since then, Nina has made a name for herself, not only for holding the title for 266 days, but for being a fighting champion and defending against anyone that stepped in her way.
After All Torn Up, The Kingdom formed and Nina ended up in the middle of a feud with them. However at Uprising 2014 she defeated Brandi Moore to retain the Diamond Title. Shen went onto the Mid-Summer Classic to successfully defend against Lizzy Kraven. At the Blaze of Glory pay-per-view Nina wound up becoming the third woman to win the FFP World Championship by defeating Veronica Clyne in the main event.