Category Archives: Simply the Best

09/26/2017 FFP Tuesday Night Wrestling


Date: September 26, 2017
Location: Little Rock, AR
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show opened up with the FFP World Champion Brandi Moore. She came out and bragged about being World Champ. Saying that she was destined for that moment. Then she raised the title up in the air. But she was interrupted by Taylor Clawson, her former tag partner and her opponent for FFP The Haunting on October 29th.

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09/05/2017 FFP Tuesday Night Wrestling


Date: September 5, 2017
Location: Charlotte, NC
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show opened up outside of the arena where a long black Hummer limo pulled up. The speculation was that it was 3XW superstars planning to invade another FFP show. Could that be who was inside the limo?

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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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The Top Ten Longest Title Reigns in FFP History (as of 11/22/2014)

Every Full Force Pro title is viewed with the utmost respect. To hold an FFP title you have to be one of the best professional wrestlers in the world. And to find your name on this list, you not only have to be one of the best, but you have to defeat the best, and continue to beat the best, defending your title against all comers.

Without any further ado, here are the top ten longest title reigns in FFP history.

10. Nina Fox – Diamond Title – 209 Days (04/27/2014 – present)
Nina Fox won the Diamond Title on April 27, 2014 at the FFP pay-per-view All Torn Up which was held in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She defeated April Hunter for the belt. Nina has successfully defended the title against several challengers, including Brandi Moore, Lizzy Kraven, Lacey Abernathy and most recently April Hunter. She will defend the title at the FFP Merry Christmas Show at the end of December against Brandi Moore. This title reign is the longest title reign in FFP since it’s rebirth in November of last year.

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Who Will Missy Hyatt Manage?

imageArguably FFP’s biggest announcement was made Monday afternoon when professional wrestling manager, legend and vixen Missy Hyatt signed with Full Force Pro.

But the wrestling world wants to know, who will Missy manage here in FFP?

We spoke a little with Missy, as well as President Matt Kraven to try to get an idea of who Missy may go after as a client.

“To be honest, Missy Hyatt is a headline. You could even say Missy Hyatt is the headline,” Missy said, using a play on words, or possibly hinting that she could attempt to manage one or all of the members of The Headline.

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7/16/2014 Wednesday Warfare

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Wednesday Warfare | July 16, 2014 | St. Paul, Minnesota


President Matt Kraven opened the show talking about his announcement, the FFP Hardcore Title. He said that the tournament would start in August and the finals of the tournament would take place at FFP’s August pay-per-view Blaze of Glory.

Jason Copeland w/ Bianca Hunt vs Deshaun Reed w/ Alexis Reed
These two have had quite a history these past few weeks. Alexis came to the ring with her brother, but could seen looking visibly happy when Jason Copeland would hit an offensive move. Copeland hit a Death Valley Driver for a close two count. Deshaun came back and hit a piledriver for a two count. He them set Copeland up for the Crash Landing but Bianca Hunt climbed up onto the apron. Deshaun walked over and yelled for her to get down. When she finally did Deshaun turned and was leveled by a lariat by Copeland. Jason then made the pin for the win.

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