FFP Mid-Summer Classic
June 23, 2017
FFP’s biggest show of the year kicked off with pyro going off throughout the arena. The camera panned around to show thousands of FFP faithful, wearing FFP’s newest gear, raising their signs and cheering. Signs for superstars such as Odell Porter, Daniel Matthews, Seduction Inc, Aubrey Moresi, the Connelly Twins and more were very apparent.
2017 FFP Hall of Fame Ceremony
July 22, 2017
The ceremony started out with all of the FFP Hall of Famers coming out onto the stage. All the way from Veronica Clyne and Seduction Inc to Matt Kraven, Nina Fox and Christopher Morgan. Everyone dressed in nice suits or nice dresses. The audience greeted them with a standing ovation.
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.
FFP Return Anniversary Show
November 16, 2016 | Chicago, Illinois
The show opened up with the FFP World Champion Daniel Matthews making his way to the ring. Matthews took a microphone and welcomed everyone to the FFP Return Anniversary Show. Matthews promised that tonight’s main event of the Soul Assassins vs Simply the Best was going to be an incredible main event. Daniel reminded everyone of the history of these two stables, and noted that without either stable, the FFP could have been completely different, and possibly wouldn’t have had the bright future it has today.
In shocking news today it was announced on Twitter that Full Force Pro would welcome back the reigning IWS Champion (and former FFP World, Adrenaline and Tag Team Champion) Christopher Morgan for one night only.
Christopher Morgan will team up with Caleb Newstead (who is also making his in-ring return to FFP) as well as FFP Women’s Tag Team Champion Brandi Moore to resurrect one of FFP’s earliest and arguably best stables Simply the Best.
But the major returns do not stop there. Opposing Simply the Best will be another returning stable from the early days of Full Force Pro, the Soul Assassins. Most diehard FFP fans would remember that the Soul Assassins consisted of the current FFP World Champion Daniel Matthews and two of his most notable trainees, Patrick McCoy and the President of FFP Veronica Clyne.
Christopher Morgan has been a mainstay in Full Force Pro since 2008. Debuting as Caleb Newstead’s stablemate in the stable Simply the Best, Morgan took any opportunity he could, and became the second FFP World Champion in company history, ending Daniel Matthews’ 28-day reign as the first ever World Champion.
Fast forward seven years later, and Christopher Morgan not only would become the FFP Adrenaline Champion, holding the title for nearly one full year (and counting), but he would also be inducted into the very first class of the FFP Hall of Fame.
Today Full Force Pro turns seven. That’s right. Seven years ago today FFP put on it’s first show. And no one in that lockerroom, whether it be Brandi Moore, Daniel Matthews, Christopher Morgan or even Matt Kraven himself, knew that seven years later FFP would still be running strong, with it’s own online network (the FFP Network), a developmental territory based out of Cincinnati (the Ohio Wrestling Federation), a Hall of Fame, a t-shirt featured on the Pro Wrestling Tees website and a roster filled with FFP alumni as well as so many up and comers that any other promotion would be jealous.