Category Archives: Noel Zelig

03/01/2019 FFP Tour of Japan | Day One


Date
March 1, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Osaka, Japan

The first event of our annual Tour of Japan kicked off with the entrance of the FFP World Champion Miles Lynch. Lynch was accompanied to the ring by the owner of FFP, Stuart Cavanaugh. Lynch got on the microphone and called out Anarchy, saying that after Desperate Measures when Anarchy attacked him was cowardly. Lynch said that Anarchy was so desperate that he attacked Miles from behind to try to get himself a title shot. Lynch then said that he and Cavanaugh decided that Anarchy did not deserve a title shot.

This brought out Anarchy, who said that Miles was a coward and that is why he and Cavanaugh made the decision. He said that if Miles was a true man, he’d want to prove to the world that he’s the best. Lynch said he was the best and didn’t need to prove anything. But Anarchy kept at him, saying that he didn’t want to face him because he knew that he’d take the World Title from him.

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A New Ironwoman Champion


On Saturday, February 23rd live from Madison Square Garden, we saw one of the most impressive title reigns come to an end.

In the second to last match of the annual February pay-per-view Desperate Measures, Kimber Stiles defeated Noel Zelig to become the second FFP Ironwoman Champion. The match was incredible. But the ending was controversial, and heartbreaking.

Noel Zelig won the FFP Ironwoman Championship on April 24, 2018 at FFP Devastation, defeating Anna Minster in a 2-Out-of-3 Falls Match. She would go on to defend the title successfully against many great women wrestlers in FFP, including two Hall of Famers. She even got to the point where she had a list of women she wanted the honor of defending the championship against.

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12/31/2018 FFP New Year’s Eve Show


Date: December 31, 2018
Location: Seattle, WA
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show opened up with the FFP World Champion Miles Lynch coming to the ring with The Conglomerate behind him. Lynch got into the ring, grabbed a microphone and said that although the people of Seattle didn’t deserve to see him defend his title, that he would be doing so and showing that he is the greatest World Champion in FFP history. Stuart Cavanaugh obviously didn’t like the idea and tried to talk Lynch out of defending the title.

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10/18/2018 FFP UK Tour | Night Four


Date: October 18, 2018
Location: London, England
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

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07/04/2018 FFP 4th of July


Date: July 4, 2018
Location: Atlanta, GA
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show opened up with Mary Faith Brooks in the middle of the ring, wearing red, white and blue. She welcomes everyone to this huge event, and said tonight there would be a ton of awesome pro wrestling, and afterward, fireworks. MFB then wished everyone a Happy 4th of July and pyro went off in the arena.

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06/10/2018 FFP Uprising 2018


Date: June 10, 2018
Location: Orlando, FL
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show began with the President of Full Force Pro, Mary Faith Brooks. MFB was out to discuss some of her new projects. She announced that she was putting together a 16 team tournament, featuring wrestlers from all over the globe, some from FFP and some from other federations.

Mary also announced the return of the 16-to-1 Tournament, featuring 16 non-FFP female wrestlers competing for a FFP contract. Mary said she wasn’t sure exactly on the date of either tournaments, but that she was looking forward to these new projects. Then, she said enough talk, now it’s time for action!

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It’s All About the Ladies this Tuesday (almost)


Christopher Morgan has an announcement this Tuesday

Yesterday on Twitter FFP President Mary Faith Brooks announced that four FFP titles would be on the line next Tuesday when FFP invades Phoenix, Arizona. At FFP Tuesday Night Wrestling, we will be treated to four title matches, two matches which are part of a tournament to name a new number one contender for Kashimanaki’s FFP Network Title, and, another thing that was teased on Twitter, Christopher Morgan apparently has a big announcement. And the FFP Hall of Famer quickly put rumors to bed, saying that he was not retiring.

Mary Faith Brooks got with ffpwrestling.com this morning, to let us in on which titles will be defended next Tuesday. Three of the four title matches will be for Women’s Titles, something that you wouldn’t necessarily see in most other wrestling promotions, but here at FFP, our women are just as important to the fed as the men!

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