Full Impact Pro Results from Florida 3/28

Courtesy of Alan J. Wojcik of http://alanwojcik.com 
 
 (1) In a four way elimination fray, Christopher Gray of the British Lions defeated “Bad Seed” Shawn Osborne, Shawn Spears, & Francisco Ciatso.
(2) Brad Attitude defeated Damien Wayne (w/Heartbreak Enterprises)
(3) The match between 2 Fast 2 Furious (Nooie Lee & Jerrelle Clark) vs. The Set (J-Sin & Lance Lude) ended in a no contest.
(4) Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis & Kory Chavis w/Leva) defeated Bumz R’ Us (Ray Beez & Milo Beasley).
(5) “Addicted to Love” Rhett Titus (w/Heartbreak Enterprises) became FIP Florida Heritage champion when he defeated Chris Jones.
(6) In a first time ever matchup, “That Young Knockout Kid” Chris Hero defeated “Wildcat” Chris Harris.
(7) In a non-title match, ROH World Heavyweight champion Nigel McGuiness defeated Tommy Taylor of the British Lions.
(8) In a Challenge Match, Davey Richards defeated TJ Perkins.
(9) FIP Tag Team champions Erick Stevens & Roderick Strong defeated The YRR (Sal Rinauro & Chasyn “Not Cocky” Rance w/ Mr. Saint Laurent)
 


On Saturday March 28, 2009 World Wrestling Network presented Full Impact Pro. The event was held at the National Guard Armory, 8551 W. Venable St. in Crystal River, FL.

The evening began with FIP broadcast journalist Shannon Rose who brought out the FIP World Tag Team champions Roderick Strong & Erick Stevens. Strong told Stevens despite holding the titles they weren’t great friends but they had mutual respect for each other. Both men said they accepted what went down as fate and were going to be fighting champions and that brought out the British Lions, Christopher Gray & Tommy Taylor. The Lions laid out a challenge to the champions but Stevens said told them they were wrestling the YRR tonight but if they walked out champions they would defend the belts on May 2nd. Things seemed to be cooled down when ROH World champion Nigel McGuiness came out to the scene to talk to the Lions. He said he was impressed with their ring work and he saw himself in them. But he also saw them making the same mistakes he made like caring what the fans of “Crystal Meth River” had to say. McGuiness said before title match on May 2nd he wanted the Lions to earn their spot in FIP. Taylor wasn’t too keen to the put down and he asked McGuiness to defend his championship tonight. McGuiness said the fans didn’t deserve to see a title match and Taylor wouldn’t get a shot at the title but he would get a wrestling lesson. After McGuiness left it seemed like there was some tension with the Lions but Gray went to the ring for the opening contest.

(1) In a four way elimination fray, Christopher Gray of the British Lions defeated “Bad Seed” Shawn Osborne, Shawn Spears, & Francisco Ciatso.
What was supposed to be a singles match quickly turned into Spears & Gray vs. Ciatso & Osborne in and outside the ring. Spears hit Ciatso with a spinning neckbreaker but Osborne came from the floor and hit Spears with several kicks to the head and chest. Gray was on the outside trying to get in as Osborne & Ciatso kept working over Spears. As this went on Nigel McGuiness came back out to the interview area to watch. Gray finally got in the ring and laid both men out with European uppercuts. Spears tried to fight back as the double teaming continued. But on an exchange Ciatso missed and punched Osborne by mistake. When Spears got free he hit Ciatso with a Burning Hammer like move to eliminate Ciatso. Osborne tried to make peace with the remaining competitors but got punches to the head from each man. At this point McGuiness was joined by Brad Attitude at the interview area. Osborne gained some control when he hit Spears with a back suplex and a double underhook suplex for two. Spears recovered and saved Gray from a suplex but Osborne raked his eyes and Gray took advantage by eliminating Spears with a rollup. Osborne pounced on Gray with several forearm shots to the back as he tried to get up after the pinfall. Gray fought to his feet with body shots of his own but a slingshot from the ring apron was met by a shoulder spear from Osborne. It was followed by a suplex which was countered into a crucifix pinfall win for Gray.
Heartbreak Enterprises made their way out to ring area. After “Fabulous” Phil patted down Jonathon Gold “Superstar” Sean Davis came out. Davis said tonight Rhett Titus would win the Florida Heritage championship and the fans would see the first title defense from Davey Richards (Richards stole the championship from FIP World champion Tyler Black last event) Davis said due to Chris Escobar’s injury Damien Wayne would be wrestling singles tonight. They didn’t care who the opponent was and the challenge was answered by Brad Attitude.
 
(2) Brad Attitude defeated Damien Wayne (w/Heartbreak Enterprises)
After some feeling out Attitude took over with several chest chops and face shots that sent Wayne scrambling to the floor for some personal time. Attitude got too close to the ropes and Wayne dropped him on them throat first. But when he entered the ring Wayne got hit with a backdrop and corner splash for two. The Davis’ had concern on their face as Attitude went up top so Phil got on the apron long enough for Wayne to get up and cheap shot Attitude. Wayne went to work with a suplex for two before locking in a neck vise. Attitude fought to his feet only to be yanked back to the mat. Wayne used the referee as a screen so the Davis’ could beat down Attitude on the ring apron. The neck trauma increased with each shot laid in by Wayne but Attitude wouldn’t be pinned. He was able to avoid a top rope leg drop and take over on Wayne with punches and clotheslines. Attitude hit a slingshot senton for two and then hit Wayne with what looked like an Attitude Adjustor. After the match the fans rejoiced as the Davis’ threw a temper tantrum.
 
(3) The match between 2 Fast 2 Furious (Nooie Lee & Jerrelle Clark) vs. The Set (J-Sin & Lance Lude) ended in a no contest.
Both teams tried to establish control with high energy offense until Sin tagged in and went to a power game. But Lee & Clark succeeded in keeping him guessing what was next. That as until Lee got caught in the middle of a huricurana and got dropped on his neck and back. This allowed the Set to use some interesting double team moves on Lee who fought back as the fans and Clark shouted encouragement. Lee was able to tag in Clark who got caught an octopus like move. He freed himself with a half nelson suplex that caused Lude to land on his chest. The match went to the floor but came back Lee ended up back in the ring. Clark came back in for a double team move but it quickly turned into a fight with Lee hitting a frogsplash and Clark hitting a one and a half flip onto Sin. Just when it looked like both teams were on the edge of victory the Dark City Fight Club came out and took out both teams with devastating moves. Kory Chavis said they wanted to go through each team in the locker room on the way to the championship belts. An open challenge was issued on the spot to anyone in the locker room as Chavis stated “we’re not going anywhere.” The challenge was answered by Bumz’ R Us.
 
(4) Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis & Kory Chavis w/Leva) defeated Bumz R’ Us (Ray Beez & Milo Beasley).
This was under anything goes rules and anything went in the ring to be used as weapons. Beginning with trash cans the Bumz brought to ringside. Chavis got his head placed in a can and Ray Beez kicked him as hard as he could. Beasley followed Chavis to the floor with a senton. Davis got to his feet and joined the fight taking it into the crowd where chairs were readily accessible. The guard rails were next to be used as Beez’ back met them out of control thanks to Chavis. Beasley made his way back to the ring to attack Chavis with an airplane spin and it allowed Beez to hit a discus clothesline. Davis finally joined the match again stopping Beez from a top rope move as he launched Beez into a ringside table. Chavis snapped and took his anger out on Beasley with wild punches. With nothing else to prove, DCFC finished off Beasley with Project Mayhem.
 
(5) “Addicted to Love” Rhett Titus (w/Heartbreak Enterprises) became FIP Florida Heritage champion when he defeated Chris Jones.
After guaranteeing a title change, Sean Davis told Titus and the fans since Baby Doll couldn’t be here he had surprise motivator for Titus in the form of $o Cal Val! The men in the ring nearly melted to it as Val laid a kiss on Titus and strutted around the ring. Jones didn’t seem too impressed by his opponent or the entourage around him. Once the bell rang Titus’ head games began gyrating his crotch into the back of the champion. Jones fought back with wrestling holds as the Davis’ & Val talked among themselves at ringside. Jones did some gyrating of his own when he kicked Titus in the crotch. Titus bailed to the floor and Jones followed with a baseball slide but got caught in the ring apron. So he dropped down under the ring as the Davis’ and Titus looked for him. When Jones came out of hiding he hit Titus with a tope’ but his return to the ring was stopped when Titus avoided a slingshot dropkick. Titus went to work on the champion’s neck with dropkicks and forearm shots. Jones fought back but his wheel barrel move was countered into a sitout powerbomb for two. Titus went for the win with a neck vise submission but Jones fought to his feet only to be hit with a spinning neckbreaker for two. Jones fought back with forearm shots and a kick to the head followed by a tornado DDT. Both men struggled to their feet and it was Jones who hit Titus with punches and chops. Jones hit a spring board missile dropkick and delivered punches in the corner and a standing flip for two. Titus fought back but got hit with Sliced Bread #2 for two. Jones went up top as Phil Davis got on the ring apron to stop him. Davis got decked but when Jones turned around he got Val’s hairspray right in his face. With the champion blinded Titus got the pinfall with the Muff Driver.
 
Ring announcer Jonathon Gold brought out former TNA superstar “Wildcat” Chris Harris who said Braden Walker was dead. He said FIP was the first stop on his comeback tour to greatness and he wasn’t done wrestling despite what some people thought. Harris said he remembers Chris Hero’s early matches and tonight a Hero would be falling. This brought out Hero who was also making his FIP debut. Hero said he was sent to FIP by his agent “Sweet N’ Sour” Larry Sweeney to rule the ring. Hero said it was true he had known Harris for ten years and wondered if he would be facing Chris Harris or Braden Walker in the next few moments.
 
(6) In a first time ever matchup, “That Young Knockout Kid” Chris Hero defeated “Wildcat” Chris Harris.
Hero quickly found out that Harris wasn’t a push over when Harris didn’t go down on two shoulder blocks. Hero did go down to an inverted atomic drop and a Thesz Press which sent Hero to the floor. Harris followed out and tossed Hero into the crowd and several chairs. Once back in the ring Harris went for a backdrop but Hero dropped an elbow and sent Harris to the floor. Hero followed with a boot to the face and punches to the head. The battle came back to the ring where Hero kept on the attack with punches, kicks and chokes. Hero hit a senton for two and locked in a chinlock as he verbally taunted Harris. Harris fought to his feet but got hit with a dropkick for two. Harris began to taunt Hero begging him to knock him out. All it did was let Harris get his wind back and hit a clothesline, backdrop and STO for two. Hero fired back with a blockbuster for two. Harris went for a move but got tagged with a punch to the jaw but kicked out of the pin. Harris hit a spinebuster as Phil Davis came out to the ring leaving something in the corner. Harris was getting ready for the Catatonic. Whatever it was Davis left, Hero picked it up as Harris went to confront Davis. When Harris came back to Hero his Catatonic was countered and Hero used the apparently loaded elbow pad to get the knockout pin. Davis and Hero left together, could this mean Hero has new management?
 
(7) In a non-title match, ROH World Heavyweight champion Nigel McGuiness defeated Tommy Taylor of the British Lions.
Taylor took McGuiness off his feet with a single leg but when the pressure was placed on the leg the action went to the ropes where a break occurred. McGuiness went to work on the left arm but Taylor countered only to be countered back to the mat. McGuiness sped things up but when he came off the ropes Taylor slammed him down and took over on the left arm. McGuiness tried to counter out and succeeded taking Taylor down into a headlock. Taylor countered into a hammerlock but McGuiness got the bottom rope in his free hand causing a break once more. Taylor went right back to the arm but McGuiness got in an elbow to the jaw and punches to the gut. This made Taylor fight back with forearms but McGuiness got a kick to the back. McGuiness tried to remove Taylor’s left arm at the shoulder socket with several moves but he couldn’t get the pin or submission. Taylor tried for a sunset flip but McGuiness grabbed the left wrist and torqued it against the grain. Christopher Gray made his way out to ringside to cheer his partner on and it worked as Taylor got on the attack with several moves getting near falls. McGuiness double legged Taylor to the mat with both legs on the ropes but Taylor kicked out. McGuiness’ top rope move resulted in Taylor slamming him off to the mat below. Taylor went up top but McGuiness cut him off and dragged him down. Taylor fought off McGuiness hitting a Perfect Plex for two. Taylor went up again but McGuiness grabbed the referee long enough to make Taylor stop. When McGuiness realized his plan worked, he took Taylor off the top with a Stunner as Taylor’s feet were draped on the top rope. After the match Gray told Taylor he should shake hands with McGuiness and reluctantly he agreed to do so.
 
Heartbreak Enterprises came out to the interview area to introduce their FIP World Heavyweight champion Davey Richards as Sean Davis declared the real champion Tyler Black’s career dead on arrival.

(8) In a Challenge Match, Davey Richards defeated TJ Perkins.
Perkins didn’t seem intimidated and went right after Richards with a legsweep into a headlock. Richards got to his feet so Perkins hit him with several armdrags into a headlock. Richards got to the corner and delivered body shot but got hiptossed to the mat where Perkins got an armbar. Richards got his foot on the rope to cause a break and slowed things down trying to get Perkins to shake hands and kissing his foot. When Richards went to kiss, Perkins kicked him in the mouth and took him down to the mat again. Richards went to dump Perkins to the floor but Perkins caught the ropes and hung on daring Richards to spear him. Richards went for it and hit only air followed by the floor where Perkins met him with a tope’. When the action came back to the ring Richards got hit with a handstand head scissor and a dropkick to the back. The two men went to the ropes and the action stopped when Richards hit Perkins with a spinning heel kick. Richards went to work using his strength advantage trying to damage Perkins left shoulder. Richards went up top and came off with a flying head butt for two and quickly countered into an armbreaker submission but Perkins got to the ropes so Richards hit him with several kicks to the chest. Perkins fought back with a neckbreaker but couldn’t follow with a pin attempt. Both men fought to their feet where Perkins was the aggressor with several moves including a Perfect Plex for two. Perkins hit a missile dropkick to Richards’ face for two and his suplex was countered. Richards went for the Kimura but Perkins countered into a Figure Four Deathlock. Richards refused to quit and grabbed the ropes for the break but Perkins refused to back off hitting more body shots. Richards fought off Perkins and he hit a tombstone piledriver before locking in the Kimura. After the submission victory Sean Davis told Richards to lock the hold back in even as the referee threatened fines and suspension. Announcer Jonathon Gold told the fans and Richards he just received a memo from the FIP Championship Committee that Tyler Black had received medical clearance and on May 2nd he would defend the championship against #1 contender Davey Richards. This made Sean Davis throw a tantrum big enough to cause his face and body to turn beet red.
 
The YRR made their way to the ring with their new advisor Mr. Saint Laurent who said he was invoking the YRR’s championship rematch clause tonight.
 
(9) FIP Tag Team champions Erick Stevens & Roderick Strong defeated The YRR (Sal Rinauro & Chasyn “Not Cocky” Rance w/ Mr. Saint Laurent)
Strong and Rinauro began the bout for their teams and Strong was the aggressor taking Rinauro down to the mat. Rinauro got to the ropes and slid out for a quick confab with his partners before coming back into face Strong. Rinauro got a low kick to the gut and a side headlock takeover to his corner’s satisfaction but Strong countered into a front facelock. Rinauro countered into head scissors but Strong got out hitting a leg lariat for two and tagged in Stevens who went to work. Rinauro got away with a bite to the forehead of Stevens and tagged in Rance who was leveled by Stevens’ forearm before being locked in a submission hold. Stevens let the hold go and was backed to a corner but Rance did it to the wrong one and Strong tagged back in. The YRR was able to get Strong away from his corner and went to work. But Strong got free and tagged Stevens back in. Stevens had control until Rinauro raked his eyes on the ropes. Rance joined in with a choke on the ropes as Rinauro taunted Stevens. The YRR isolated Stevens and made tags wearing him down but Stevens got free and tagged out to Strong who went to work on both men. Things broke down as all four men got involved before Rance caught Strong with a low blow as Rinauro dumped Stevens off the top rope to the floor where he remained for several minutes. This allowed the YRR to take control once more for several minutes bending the rules as far as they could possibly go. Strong fought back defeat and was able to finally tag in Stevens who got to his corner despite his pain ravaged body telling him to stop. With Strong on the floor recovering, Stevens took on the YRR and nearly getting the win on his own. But Rinauro hit a superkick for two just as Strong got back in the ring to save Stevens. All four men fought in the ring and had several near falls. The YRR went to end Stevens but Strong stopped Rance’s top rope move sending him into Stevens’ clothesline. In the end Rinauro fell to a double team move as Stevens held him while Strong hit a running kick to the head.

Full Impact Pro returns to Crystal River on Saturday May 2nd. Log onto www.FullImpactPro.com for information, merchandise and special features.

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