Well, after so many years, I’m calling it with FFP. I’ve been through a lot with FFP, but things have changed in my personal life and I don’t see me making it a priority anymore.
I had a blast doing this as long as I did. Izzy and Matt, you two helped me out so much through all of this. I appreciate everything you did, and will continue to communicate with you two because you are my friends.
Love you all.
|Date: May 1, 2018
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
|Commentators: Brian Young
The show opened with the brand new FFP World Champion Miles Lynch. Lynch came out and held the title up high. He said that Sunday night he and Matt Kraven went to war and Miles Lynch was the better man.
April 8, 2017
Charlotte, North Carolina
The show opened up with a voice over the PA system, welcoming the new Owner and President of Full Force Pro…
The Charlotte crowd stood in anticipation. The rumors had ran wild. Would it be Chris Kraven, Daniel Matthews, Seduction Inc, Veronica Clyne, Bianca Hunt, Elizabeth Summers, Duncan Wright, or someone else? Would it be someone we knew, or a brand new face to FFP? Would it be a former wrestler, a former FFP Champion, or someone who reigned supreme outside of Full Force Pro?
Both Tokyo Cup Tournaments are now to the Final Four! That’s right! After Thursday’s FFP Tour of Japan event, the men and women tournaments have been narrowed down, from 16 to four.
In the men’s tournament, we will see former HONOR World Champion Joey DeMarco take on current HONOR World Champion Kashimanaki. These two men aren’t strangers. It should make for a very interesting match.
March 4, 2017
The show opened up with Mary Faith Brooks and her daughter Hope in the ring. Mary asked the crowd if Hope had done a good job coming up with tonight’s matches. The crowd cheered. Mary however, said that although Hope did excellent, there were just a couple changes Mary would make. Hope seemed disappointed at this announcement.
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Wednesday night we kicked off our 16-to-1 Tournament, which spilled over into Saturday night’s SSN. With the opening round now complete you can check out the updated bracket above.
September 17, 2016 | San Antonio, Texas
The show began with the President of Full Force Pro, Veronica Clyne making her entrance. Veronica grabbed a microphone and noted that on Twitter she had only announce three of the four ladies who would do battle tonight to become the number one contender for Quinn Delaney’s Women’s Championship. Veronica said the reason she announced only three was because she wanted to announce the fourth competitor in person.