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!
FFPWrestling.com has learned that Quinn Delaney and Mona Skye have both been released by Full Force Pro.
Quinn Delaney spent years in FFP, winning the FFP Women’s and HONOR Women’s Titles. Mona Skye wrestled from FFP during the early days, winning the FFP Diamond Tag Team Titles with her sister Natalie.
FFP wishes both of these very talented women all the best in their futures. FFP’s Women’s Division has always been a very important part of FFP, with a lot of very strong women. These two will surely be missed going forward.
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.
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).
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.
Woman Crush Wednesday
November 2, 2016 | Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
President Veronica Clyne came out and spoke about the 16-to-1 Tournament which would begin in a few moments. Veronica also announced tonight’s main event, which would be a six-woman tag featuring FFP Women’s Champion Quinn Delaney, Katsumi Akiyama and Aubrey Moresi taking on the FFP Women’s Tag Team Champions Brandi Moore and Amy Kraven teaming with Marcy Tillman.
The FFP Women’s Champion had a chance earlier this afternoon to sit with some of our FFPwrestling.com staff members and discuss FFP’s upcoming pay-per-view, The Haunting. The Haunting takes place tomorrow night live from Dallas, Texas.
The following are Quinn’s predictions for tomorrow night’s show.