FFP Guilty Pleasures
May 28, 2017
San Diego, California
The show opened up with pyro going off in the arena. The San Diego crowd was pumped for FFP’s annual all-woman pay-per-view. A lot of signs showing support for Britain Jade, Giovanni Gotch and Aubrey Moresi.
Men from the FFP and OWF rosters were shown throughout the arena, sitting to watch the ladies of Full Force Pro.
Earlier today we received word that one of the most memorable wrestlers in Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling history, Hollywood has agreed to wrestle for Full Force Pro! We here at FFP are very much exciting to have Hollywood joining FFP, and can not wait to see what she brings to the squared circle.
FFP Woman Crush Wednesday
March 29, 2017
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.
Written By: Gia Kasparian
There’s talent…..and then there’s talent. And make no mistakes GiaReader’s, Lizzy Kraven is talented.
When I made the jump from covering Fashion and Pop Culture to professional wrestling, I did so because I still believe professional wrestling means something. And the reason it means so much is because of not just the greats of the sport, but the ones that are forging their own path. Stories about Daniel Matthews, Seduction Inc and Nina Fox write themselves. But it’s the wresters like Joyce Brennan, Cindy Labre, Marcy Tillman and Kemina who catch my attention.
Last night at FFP SSN in Norfolk, Virginia, the brackets for the FFP Women’s Television Title Tournament were revealed to the world. And surprisingly listed on the brackets were former FFP Diamond Champion Ariana Chaos, and former FFP Women’s Champion Lacey Abernathy!
Lacey Abernathy defeated Nina Fox to become the second FFP Women’s Champion in December of last year, losing it this past April. Lacey then left Full Force Pro for a few months in an attempt to find competition elsewhere. However that didn’t quite work out, and Lacey made her way back.
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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.
Anyone who has been following the FFP Twitter the past few days has seen the announcement of 16 woman wrestlers from across the globe. These 16 women all have one thing in common. They all will take part in a tournament that will last about a month, with the winner getting a guaranteed contract with Full Force Pro, most likely heading to our developmental territory, the OhioWrestling Federation in Cincinnati, Ohio.