February 12, 2019
The show opened up with the entrance of The Conglomerate. Stuart Cavanaugh led his team to the ring, and they celebrated Trent Wolfe and how Wolfe put Daniel and Kennedy Matthews down at the end of the Winter Jam with a Singapore Cane. Daniel had been injured in the attack, and he and Kennedy were not here tonight.
Anarchy and Austin Briggs have been in a heated feud lately. But things change…
The last few months we have seen Austin Briggs and Anarchy attempt to absolutely tear the other apart. Sneak attacks, low blows, chairshot, etc. But on Sunday night at FFP’s biggest event of the year, Briggs and Anarchy flipped the script on us.
After a tremendous match between Daniel Matthews and Christopher Morgan, a match made to determine the true “icon” of FFP, Matthews and Morgan shook hands. The members of both superstars’ stables from the early days of FFP came out and seemed to make peace. It was a great moment, not only on the show, but in the history of FFP. Seeing the Soul Assassins and Simply the Best shake hands and embrace, and put their feud to rest after ten years, could’ve brought a tear to some people’s eye.
July 1, 2017
The show opened up with the reigning HONOR World Champion Daniel Matthews. Daniel came out and said that after talking to reliable sources that Matt Kraven was not in Detroit last weekend and therefore he wanted Matt to come to the ring.
Matt came to the ring. Daniel then apologized, saying he was sorry he accused Matt have having his music play and causing a distraction at last week’s SSN main event. Matt accepted the apologize and the two friends shook hands.
This afternoon FFPwrestling.com sat down with former FFP World Champion Austin Briggs who is still recovering from injury. Briggs gave his predictions for Sunday’s FFP Lethal Injection pay-per-view.
Here is what he had to say.
Masina vs The Queendom
The Queendom are former Diamond Tag Team Champions. But Masina is one big scary chick. I think Masina will hold her own, but the 2-on-1 will eventually catch up to her. The Queendom in a close one.
Day three of the FFP Tour of Japan was definitely the most violent day of the annual tour’s history.
Tonight two huge brawls broke out, both pitting big names from FFP taking on big names from HONOR Wrestling. One of FFP’s big names, Austin Briggs.
FFP Thursday Night Madness | February 25, 2016
The show opened up with the HONOR Tag Team Champions Chad Lyons & Brian Kamen, and Eddie Siebenthaler in the ring. They talked up Joey DeMarco and talked about how if Matt Kraven was able to wrestle again that Joey DeMarco would get his rematch and take the HONOR World Title back from Kraven.
Daniel Matthews interrupted, asking where Joey was and talking about how he was a coward. Daniel said that by the end of the night that he would teach DeMarco a lesson for all of his trash talk on Twitter, and most importantly how he attack Matt after his match. Eddie Siebenthaler told Daniel that he would see Joey sooner than he thought.
FFP Desperate Measures
February 21, 2016 | Orlando, Florida
The show began with the lowering of the steel cage. Full Force Pro hadn’t seen a lot of steel cage matches, and the cage match coming up had the potential to be the most violent one FFP had ever seen.