Patrick McCoy

Height: 5’10”
Weight: 194 lbs
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
Finishing Move: Kryptonite Krunch
Career Highlights: HONOR Intercontinental Champion; FFP World Champion; FFP Cruiserweight Champion; FFP Tag Team Champion; 2014 Superstar of the Year

Patrick McCoy began his FFP career training with Daniel Matthews at the Soul Assassins gym. Veronica Clyne was just a little further ahead of McCoy, but trained alongside him.

After training with Daniel, and Veronica, Patrick went on to become the first FFP Cruiserweight Champion (on October 25, 2008). He held that title for 91 days before losing it to Logan Christopher.

McCoy went on to hold the title twice more before FFP was shut down because or the poor operations by Chris Kraven.

But it wasn’t all singles titles for Patrick, as he teamed with Veronica Clyne to hold the Tag Team Titles in April of 2009. He replaced an injured Daniel Matthews, however successfully defended the titles with Veronica multiple times.

However during this new and improved run of Full Force Pro, McCoy ended up introducing the world to Scarlett Ducane, who became his girlfriend and manager. McCoy seemed to show changes inside and outside of the ring with Scarlett’s company.

Patrick finally earned himself a World Title shot, facing Anarchy for the title that was left vacated by an injured Veronica Clyne. McCoy cheated to defeat Anarchy, and celebrated with his red headed main squeeze.

Patrick battled Anarchy many times, with the last time having Anarchy’s career on the line at the 2/23/2014 Desperate Measures pay-per-view. In this match, McCoy had Ducane stay backstage, and impressively defeated Anarchy with no interference or shenanigans.

McCoy ended up losing the World Title to Lizzy Kraven in Japan. From there he eventually attacked Lizzy, setting her up to lose the title to Veronica Clyne. Patrick, and Scarlett then joined The Kingdom. Not long after, McCoy won the FFP Cruiserweight Title.

In 2014 Patrick was awarded the FFP Superstar of the Year.

In May of 2015 Patrick beat Daniel Matthews to win Daniel’s Triple-A Case. Later that night he cashed it in on Adam Hyatt and won the FFP World Title.

In January of 2016 Patrick McCoy won a tournament to become the first ever HONOR Intercontinental Champion.

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