Category Archives: Patrick McCoy

2018 FFP Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony


Date: August 18, 2018 Location: Chicago, IL

The event opened up with a shot of the crowd. A tremendous crowd was in Chicago to witness the new class be inducted into the FFP Hall of Fame. But there wasn’t just fans in the crowd, in the front rows of the venue were former and present FFP superstars. Daniel Matthews, Christopher Morgan, Matt Kraven, Amy Kraven and Veronica Clyne just to name a few. All present to see Patrick McCoy, Giovanni Gotch and the American Bulldogs take their rightful place in the FFP Hall of Fame.

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Giovanni Gotch is the Fourth Announced for Saturday’s Hall of Fame Ceremony


This Saturday Full Force Pro will present the FFP Hall of Fame: Class of 2018. Already announced for the prestigious event is former FFP World Champion Patrick McCoy, and the decorated tag team of the American Bulldogs.

McCoy has not only held the World Championship on multiple occasions, but has also held the Cruiserweight Title, as well as the FFP Tag Team Titles. And speaking of Tag Titles, The Bulldogs (consisting of Matt Evanston and Nathan Caine) have held the FFP Tag Team Titles several times, as well as seen singles success separately.

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07/01/2017 FFP SSN


FFP SSN
July 1, 2017
Minneapolis, Minnesota


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.

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11/16/2016 FFP Return Anniversary Show

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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.

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The Main Event of the FFP Return Anniversary Show Revealed

return_anniversary16_posterIn 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.

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08/06/2016 FFP SSN

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FFP SSN
August 6, 2016 | St Louis, Missouri


The show began with the FFP Women’s Champion Quinn Delaney. She addressed the return of Farrah Kraven and Farrah’s attacks on Quinn. Quinn said that she was out to prove that she was a fighting champion. She said that if Farrah wanted a shot at the FFP Women’s Title at Blaze of Glory, that Quinn would gladly put the title on the line.

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06/27/2016 FFP Monday Night


FFP Monday Night
June 27, 2016 | London, England


The final show of the 2016 FFP UK Tour began with a white hot London crowd looking for some great wrestling action. Veronica Clyne came out and promised the fans that EVERY match would be for a title!

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