Category Archives: Tour of Japan

03/15/2018 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Four


Date: March 15, 2018
Location: Osaka, Japan
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show began with the entrance of Joey DeMarco. The last time we saw Joey, he was brawling with Odell Porter after Odell inadvertently struck his girlfriend Saraya Varro with a chair, aiming for Joey. DeMarco came out and said that Odell was a bad boyfriend for hitting his girlfriend in the head with the chair. He said that he should be protecting her, not hurting her. Joey then said that if he were Saraya’s boyfriend that he wouldn’t let any harm befall her. This brought Odell out who was very angry. He rushed to the ring and the two began trading blows. DeMarco cut the fight short with a kick to the groin and his Jumping Piledriver, leaving Odell in the middle of the ring.

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03/12/2018 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Three


Date: March 12, 2018
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show began with the entrance of the FFP World Champion Matt Kraven. Of course alongside him was the owner and President of FFP, Matt’s wife Amanda Kraven, as well as Everett Moses, Nathan Caine, Miles Lynch and Duncan Wright Jr. Kraven took s microphone and said that he had heard the fans were extremely disappointed that he didn’t appear on the last show on the Tour of Japan. So he said he came out with his group to keep everyone happy. Kraven then wished Matt Evanston good luck in his Tokyo Street Fight tonight against Nathan Caine, and laughed.

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03/10/2018 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Two


Date: March 10, 2018
Location: Osaka, Japan
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The show opened up with the FFP Women’s World Champion Amy Kraven and Nina Fox. The duo hyped up their tag match at Tokyo Rumble versus Kenzie Anderson and Fiona Burke. Of course they talked like they’d have no problem winning. This brought Kenzie and Fiona out. Trash talk between both teams proceeded. That is until Kenzie and Fiona came up with the stipulation that if they won their match, that they would get to face Amy in a Women’s World Title handicap match. Meaning if Kenzie and Fiona won, they would be the first ever co-FFP Women’s World Champions.

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03/07/2018 FFP Tour of Japan | Day One


Date: March 7, 2018
Location: Nagoya, Japan
Commentators: Brian Young
Morgan Alexander

The first event of the FFP Tour of Japan kicked off with Matt Evanston who made his way out to the ring to talk about his upcoming Tokyo Street Fight against his former partner Nathan Caine. Evanston said that after he beats Nathan, that Matt would continue on his quest for the World Championship, whether it be against Matt Kraven or Trent Wolfe.

This brought Nathan out. Caine said that he carried the American Bulldogs and that Matt wouldn’t stand a chance against him. Evanston dared Nathan to come down to the ring and give the crowd in Nagoya a special fight. But Nathan said that he wouldn’t, but would gladly beat Evanston down in Tokyo.

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A Preview of FFP’s Upcoming Tour of Japan



On Wednesday March 7th Full Force Pro kicks off it’s annual Tour of Japan. FFP superstar will be traveling to cities such as Osaka, Nagoya and of course Tokyo to do what they love inside the squared circle.

Of course the Tour of Japan will come to a close on Sunday March 18th with the premier of one of FFP’s newest pay-per-views, FFP Tokyo Rumble! But leading up to the Rumble will be four separate events throughout Japan featuring all kinds of great talent from Full Force Pro. So let’s take a look at a few things you can look forward to on this year’s FFP Tour of Japan!

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03/29/2017 FFP Woman Crush Wednesday

FFP Woman Crush Wednesday
March 29, 2017
Tokyo, Japan


The show opened up with Fiona Burke coming down to the ring. Fiona won the Tokyo Cup at Aggravated Assault. She took a microphone and thanked everyone for the support through the tournament. She said that she was very proud to have won the Tokyo Cup, and is looking forward to continuing her success throughout the rest of this year, and her career.

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03/16/2017 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Three


FFP Tour of Japan | Day Three
March 16, 2017
Nagoya, Japan


The show opened up with the FFP World Champion Daniel Matthews walking down the isle with Dani Rawlings by his side. The Champion, with the title strapped around his waist, took a microphone and demanded that he be placed back in the Tokyo Cup Tournament. Daniel said that due to Morgan Landings’ injury that Daniel would be the only one that made sense to replace him, because he only defeated Daniel by Odell’s distraction. Matthews added that he also had his foot on the ropes when Morgan pinned him.

Daniel said he would not let the show continue until he was given what he wanted. But he was interrupted by Odell Porter. Odell told Daniel that clearly his foot wasn’t on the rope. He also said that Daniel didn’t deserve to be the replacement since he was the one that attacked Morgan. Odell said he had another idea. He said instead of Daniel worrying about what he wanted, he should give the fans what they want, a World Title match against Odell Porter at Aggravated Assault. Daniel laughed, saying he had already given out opportunity after opportunity to Odell and he didn’t deserve another one.

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