Last week at SSN, Hiroki Ito defended his FFP Television Title against Gregory Hart. The match was incredible. And Gregory Hart came inches close to taking the title from Hiroki. But, the 30-minute time limit ran out and the match ended in a draw. It was decided today that Gregory would get a rematch, challenging for the Television Title yet again at FFP’s biggest event of the year, FFP Mid-Summer Classic!
Category Archives: Women’s Television Title
April 15, 2017
The show began with the FFP World Champion coming down the isle with his group of Dani Rawlings, Kyle Donovan and Tabitha Mullins by his side. Daniel took a microphone and talked about how his cage match with Odell Porter would be a war, and it would wrap their feud up once and for all. Matthews told Odell that he would like to look him in the eyes, shake his hand and wish him luck. The crowd seemed confused. Was it a trap? Or was Daniel turning a new leaf?
Earlier today we learned that Full Force Pro’s first event of 2017, this weekend’s SSN, will feature a few high profile matchups. The interim-President of FFP, Mary Faith Brooks has set up five blockbuster matches, four of which are for Championships, and one of the Championship matches is an open challenge!
Saturday night at SSN Mary Faith Brooks announced that the FFP Tag Team Titles as well as the FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles would be defended at FFP’s December pay-per-view Throwback, which will take place on Christmas night.
December 17, 2016
White Plains, New York
The show opened up with the man who would challenge Daniel Matthews at FFP Throwback for the World Championship, Anarchy. Anarchy looks extremely upset. He took a microphone and talked about Daniel attacking him last week at SSN. Anarchy said that Daniel was going to pay for what he did.
Matthews came out on stage, offering to come to the ring and the two settle everything right now. But Anarchy refused, saying that he would make Daniel pay for his sneak attack by the end of the night.
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.