MOXLEY TO DEFEND FIP TITLE IN A 3 WAY MAIN EVENT ON JUNE 26TH!
When Jon Moxley won the FIP title back at Southern Stampede, it was certainly not without controversy. Moxley’s victory came after Roderick Strong was seemingly poised to win the FIP title for a record 3rd time, only to have former partner and current nemesis Erick Stevens cause a distraction that led to Moxley winning the title.
Strong was excited about the opportunity on June 26th. “I know you don’t want any part of me Erick. You proved that at Southern Stampede when you eliminated yourself rather than fight me for a chance at the FIP Title. And Mox, you know if it wasn’t for Erick coming down to the ring, that belt would be around MY waist right now. So on June 26th, I get to take care of 2 birds with one stone. I get my FIP Title belt back, and I get my hands on Erick Stevens once and for all. See you boys on the 26th.”
DARK CITY FIGHT CLUB FINALLY GETS THEIR SHOT!
FIP officials have announced that on June 26th, #1 contenders, the Dark City Fight Club will get their long awaited tag team title match vs Sean Davis’ British Lions. Tommy Taylor, 1 half of the champs was confident, but wary of his challengers on June 26th, “Chris and I take nothing away from Kory and Jon, they are great athletes, and a dominant tag team. Hell they beat our arses a couple of times before, but that was…” Taylor was then cut off by Sean Davis who informed us that no one would speak on the champs behalf but himself.
Davis interrupted saying, “but that was before you were under the guidance of the greatest organization in wrestling today, Heartbreak Enterprises. It was before I was able to take an athlete like Chris Gray, and teach him to overcome his partner’s shortcomings inside the ring and still become a champion. Now that being said, I still don’t think Dark City deserve this shot, haven’t proven anything to me, and are nothing but a pair of common criminals. Well they can be sure these belts aren’t going anywhere. I guarantee it.
FLORIDA HERITAGE TITLE ON THE LINE JUNE 26th
Just before we went to press we were informed that Brad Allen had demanded a match for his Florida Heritage Title on June 26th. He didn’t care who it was or where they were from, only that it be someone who was worthy of a shot and who will put him to the test as an athlete.
After sending out open invitations around the country, FIP officials have signed a man who appeared in the last Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup tournament, a man who has garnered a reputation throughout the US over the past couple of years, and has really picked up momentum over the past 6 months.