Category Archives: Cindy Labre

01/22/2017 FFP Frost Bite (PPV)

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FFP Frost Bite
January 22, 2017
Green Bay, Wisconsin


The show opened up with fireworks. The Green Bay crowd was pumped for Frost Bite.

In the front row there were a few top wrestlers from the World Wrestling Society, a new promotion in the UK that had a working relationship with Full Force Pro. Notable at ringside were Duke Samuels, Morgan Landings, Alexandra Knight, Ernie Harlow and Fabian Poole. Obviously they were there to watch the finals of the WWS Title Tournament.

FFP Hall of Famer Lizzy Kraven came out to cheers from the crowd. She took a spot at the announce table, preparing to be a special guest commentator for the night.

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BREAKING NEWS: Women’s Championship Match at Frost Bite

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This Sunday at FFP Frost Bite, the FFP Women’s Champion Cindy Labre will be defending her Women’s Title. And earlier today we found out, that Cindy will be defending her championship in an open challenge!

Cindy has been quite the fighting champion since winning the championship. However, she has also surrounded herself with very capable stablemates such as April Hunter and Katsumi Akiyama.

Whoever answers Cindy’s open challenge this Sunday will be in for quite a fight, let alone Cindy having April and Katsumi in her corner.

Who will challenge Cindy for her title? Tune in to Frost Bite to see!


Will Nina Fox Cash in Her ANY Case?


On June 26, 2016 Full Force Pro presented FFP Uprising. FFP’s annual June pay-per-view live from London, England – the second straight Uprising show from London.

On that show, Nina Fox battled Fiona Burke in a hard fought match, and came out victorious to win a FFP ANY Case (two ANY Case were one that night, one by a male – Odell Porter, and one by a female – Nina). The rules of the ANY Case are simple. You can “cash in” the case for a chance at any title, at any place and any time. Odell cashed his in for a shot at the FFP World Title at the FFP New Year’s Eve Show.

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01/07/2017 FFP SSN

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FFP SSN
January 7, 2017
White Plains, New York


The show opened with the FFP World Champion Daniel Matthews. Wearing a Daniel Matthews t-shirt, and with the World Title on his shoulder, Matthews asked Odell Porter to join him in the ring. Porter came down, and the men shook hands.

Daniel said their match at the New Year’s Eve Show was phenomenal, but he didn’t want Odell’s ANY Case cash in to result in a time limit draw. So Matthews suggested they wrestle once more.

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12/25/2016 FFP Throwback (PPV)

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FFP Throwback
December 25, 2016
New York, New York


The show started out with fireworks around the arena. The New York crowd stood on their feet and cheered as the camera panned around the arena. FFP branded Santa hats seemed to be the hot seller at the merchandise booths as many fans were seen wearing them.

As the crowd settled, the FFP Adrenaline Champion Odell Porter walked down to the ring with his ANY Case in hand. Porter took a microphone and announced that no matter what, whether he win against ATM tonight or not, whether Daniel Matthews leaves Throwback as the World Champion, or Anarchy…that at the FFP New Year’s Eve Show Odell would cash in his ANY Case to challenge the FFP World Champion.

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Katsumi Akiyama Attacked at SSN

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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).

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Cindy Labre to Face Her Toughest Test as Women’s Champion

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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.

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