Category Archives: Women’s Wrestling

Look Who’s Back!


Full Force Pro has been in the midst of a roster expansion ever since it was announced that Amanda Kraven had taken over as owner and President of FFP. There have been rumblings of a new developmental territory or a new relationship with another federation, as well as an all-woman wrestling promotion, or some new championships that would revolve around the women of Full Force Pro.

The rumors will now only get stronger as Full Force Pro has officially welcomed FFP Hall of Famer April Hunter back to our prestigious Women’s Division. We are very excited to see April step back through the ropes of a FFP ring. It has been quite some time since the last time we saw her compete in Full Force Pro. And the last time she did appear, she was in the corner of Matt Kraven when Kraven put the HONOR World Title on the line against Daniel Matthews at FFP Uprising in June of 2017.

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FFP’s Top Ten Women of All Time


Full Force Pro has always  been extremely proud of their women’s division. Before there was any kind of women’s revolution, women in Full Force Pro were not only putting on some of the best matches for the FFP Women’s or Diamond Championship. But they were winning the FFP World Championship and showing that they deserved just as much praise as the men. This sport isn’t a male dominanted sport anymore. Oh no.

In the very early days of Full Force Pro, the names of Veronica Clyne, Brandi Moore, Christi Carter, Firefly and Taylor Clawson were heard throughout the arenas. Then, as FFP really got going, we saw the additions of Lizzy Kraven, Nina Fox, Kemina and even April Hunter. And even to the present day, although Brandi, Taylor, Nina and Lizzy Kraven are here, so are Amy Kraven, Giovanni Gotch, Katsumi Akiyama, Fiona Burke, Cindy Labre and so many others. The women’s division may be just a little smaller than the men’s division, but not by much. And some of the women’s merchandise are higher sellers than the men’s!

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FFP 16-to-1 Tournament: Night 3


Date: December 8, 2017
Location: Corpus Christi, Texas
Commentators: Morgan Alexander
Samantha West

The show opened up with a recap of Night 1 and Night 2 of the 16-to-1 Tournament. More tournament matches would be taking place tonight as well as next Friday. Then the finals, at FFP Throwback!

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FFP 2017 16-to-1 Tournament: Night 2


Date: December 2, 2017
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Commentators: Morgan Alexander
Samantha West

The show opened up with the President of FFP Veronica Clyne Backstage. Veronica said that the finals of this awesome tournament will take place on Christmas Eve at FFP Throwback!

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FFP 2017 16-to-1 Tournament: Night 1


Date: December 1, 2017
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Commentators: Morgan Alexander
Samantha West

The first event of the 2017 FFP 16-to-1 Tournament kicked off with a short video about the eight women who would be competing on this night. Then the cameras cut to Morgan Alexander and Samantha West standing at the commentator’s table. A lot of positive signs in the crowd for Samantha West. Some negative ones about Morgan. They welcomed everyone to the show, and then sent it to ringside for the first match.

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16-to-1 Tournament Bracket Reveal


We now have the official bracket for the 2017 FFP 16-to-1 Tournament. We continue to talk about how this tournament seems to be absolutely star studded, and could be the best lineup of women we have ever seen. That isn’t a marketing ploy, it is the truth.

We currently don’t have a set date for when the tournament will begin, but we do have quite a few details, such as the tournament brackets, as well as knowing that we will present a few FFP special events that revolve solely around this amazing tournament. We also know the two commentators who will host the entire tournament. FFP commentator Morgan Alexander and former FFP Women’s Tag Team and Diamond Tag Team Champion Samantha West!

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The Final Four Participants Announced for the 16-to-1 Tournament

The 16-to-1 Tournament is now officially filled. 16 or the best women wrestlers have signed up and now we await the announcement of the brackets. We have stated that this year’s tournament will be filled with action packed matchups, and we can’t help but think we are right. Let’s meet the newest, and final four participants.

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