Category Archives: Matt Kraven

01/29/2019 FFP Tuesday Night Wrestling


Date
January 29, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Dallas, TX

The show opened up with the entrance of The Conglomerate. Like many Tuesday Night Wrestling episodes, Stuart Cavanaugh took the microphone and welcomed everyone to the show. Then, he said that everyone had been asking him who Miles Lynch was going to defend the FFP World Championship against at Desperate Measures. Cavanaugh said even Miles himself had asked. Stuart said that after much consideration, he decided that next week’s show would feature a battle royal that would determine the new number one contender, and that wrestler would challenge Miles at Desperate Measures. Cavanaugh then warned Miles, saying he had hand pick some of the best in the world to compete in said battle royal.

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11/18/2018 FFP Rebirth [PPV]


Date: November 18, 2018
Location: San Francisco, CA
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show kicked off with Trent Wolfe storming to the ring and demanding that his match with Daniel Matthews be right now. Wolfe noted that he knew the match was supposed to take place later on in the night, but he wanted to fight Daniel now, and wanted to put an end to Daniel’s Hall of Fame career. Daniel Matthews came out and was more than happy to accept Wolfe’s challenge. The San Francisco crowd loved it.

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She’s Back to Run the Show!


Most of you should remember the brief but memorable run that Mary Faith Brooks had as the interim-President of Full Force Pro back in December of 2016. Although it didn’t last long, Mary seemed to know what she was doing and always kept the best interest of FFP as her number one priority.

Well, as of this morning Mary Faith Brooks is back as the full time President of FFP. With Matt Kraven’s recent injury, the owner of FFP Amanda Kraven has decided to take time off to be with her husband, and decided on Mary as the new full time President. The absence of Amanda or for that matter Matt Kraven has not timetable. So Mary will be fulfilling the duties of FFP President on a full time basis from this point forward.

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Matt Kraven Hospitalized after Title Loss at Devastation



Last night at FFP Devastation Matt Kraven put his FFP World Championship on the line against his former stablemate Miles Lynch. The match was hard hitting to say the least. Both men landed several stiff hard shots that could be heard in the nose bleed section of the arena in Austin, Texas. After a very grueling match, Miles Lynch got the three count, and walked away the new FFP World Champion. But after the match ended, things took a turn for the worst.

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04/29/2018 FFP Devastation 2018


Date: April 29, 2018
Location: Austin, TX
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show began with a shot of the Austin, Texas crowd. They were ready for an awesome event. The camera then panned to Brian Young and Morgan Alexander, who spoke about some of the matches for tonight. Morgan Alexander said that the Ironwoman Title Match was one he was very excited to see, as well as Matt and Billy Rich defending the Tag Team Titles against Lipstick & Powerbombs.

Brian Young agreed with Morgan on the Ironwoman Title Match, but also said that Kade Haddix vs Alexander Modest for the FFP Honor Title, and Amy Kraven defending the Women’s Title in a handicap match were also on his radar.

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03/23/2018 FFP Stateside


Date: March 23, 2018
Location: New York, NY
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show opened up with pyro going off around Madison Square Garden. A building rich with professional wrestling history. It was always a special event for FFP to be wrestling there. Amanda Kraven was the first to make her entrance. She walked down to the ring and took a microphone. She had teased an announcement for tonight. And he she was to deliver.

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03/18/2018 FFP Tokyo Rumble 2018


Date: March 18, 2018
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The pay-per-view opened up with prerecorded backstage promos from many of the participants of the Tokyo Rumble. One of the most notables was Matt Evanston, saying that Matt and Amanda Kraven didn’t want him to win, so they gave him the number one entry. Evanston said that it wouldn’t be easy, but he would fight through all 25 participants and win himself a future shot at the World Championship. Other notable participants were Austin Briggs, Christopher Morgan and Odell Porter, all guaranteeing victory tonight.

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