Who Will Francine Manage?


On February 2nd, it was made official, ECW legend Francine was coming to Full Force Pro. Not long after it was announced, FFP had to run a couple of big shows before heading off to Japan. But now that Full Force Pro is back in the states, it’s only a matter of time before we see the FFP debut of Francine. And everyone here at FFP is extremely excited!

Francine made a name for herself in ECW where she managed the likes of Shane Douglas, the Pitbulls and Tommy Dreamer. She was one of the first females to be powerbombed through tables and piledriven in the middle of the ring.

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03/28/2019 South Report


I think that some of you thought that I got myself fired. Maybe the babe of the week or my unfiltered opinions was too much for the brass of Full Force Pro to handle, and they cut ties with me. Well if you thought that you were WRONG! I’m here! And here is another edition of the South Report! You missed me didn’t you?! Don’t lie. You did.

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03/22/2019 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Five


Date
March 22, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Osaka, Japan

The show began with The Conglomerate in the ring. Stuart Cavanaugh had the microphone and talked about Miles Lynch’s World Title reign and how great it had been. He said that Lynch would defend against Everett Moses at FFP Devastation, and that everyone knew that Lynch would walk out of Philadelphia still the World Champion.

This brought Everett Moses out. Moses, who won the Tokyo Rumble and earned the World Title shot, said that he and Miles were friends, back before Lynch used cheap ways to win. Everett promised everyone in Full Force Pro that he would dethrone the World Champion.

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03/16/2019 FFP Tokyo Rumble [PPV]


Date
March 16, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Tokyo, Japan

The show opened up with clips from the FFP’s Tour of Japan. The Tokyo crowd was pumped for the second annual Tokyo Rumble.

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03/12/2019 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Four


Date
March 12, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Tokyo, Japan

The show opened up with the entrance of The Conglomerate. The fans booed, although they had to be somewhat used to seeing the group open up the shows. The FFP Adrenaline Champion Duncan Wright Jr was the one featured the most in the opening promo, hyping up his upcoming open challenge that would take place later on in the night. DW Jr said that he was pound for pound the best mat wrestler in FFP and that tonight no matter who he’d face, he’d ground them and defeat them.

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03/08/2019 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Three


Date
March 8, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Hiroshima, Japan

The show began with the reigning FFP Spirit Champion Ava St Claire coming out to the ring with her bodyguard Simone Williams. Ava talked about Camila Dinero getting the next shot at her championship. Ava said that if she had it her way that the two would face off tonight, that Stuart Cavanaugh wanted to save their match for Day Four of the Tour of Japan.

St James then went on to guarantee victory, which brought Camila out. She said that Ava seemed really confident when she’s have Simone Williams in her corner. St James said she didn’t need Simone to win, and she was just mentoring her. The two went back and forth, with both women promising to leave Japan as the FFP Spirit Champion.

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03/05/2019 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Two


Date
March 5, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Nagoya, Japan

The show opened up with the entrance of the former FFP Ironwoman Champion, Noel Zelig. Noel grabbed a microphone and demanded that she get a match with Kade Haddix. She said that she wanted a rematch with Kimber Stiles as well, but that she was done putting up with Kade’s attacks, and she wanted a shot at him one-on-one.

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