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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

FIP Headlines For 8.5.09

Source - FIP Wrestling:

Full Impact Pro Wrestling returned to the National Guard Armory in Crystal River, Florida on Saturday August 1st, 2009. Here are the results:

FIP World Heavyweight Title Match
Davey Richards (w/HBE) def Kenny King

NO DQ Street Fight
The YRR (Chasyn Rance/Sal Rinauro w/MSL) def Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis/Jon Davis)

FIP Florida Heritage Title Match
Rhett Titus (w/ Heartbreak Enterprises) def. Brad Attitude

Chris Jones def. Mike Sydal

FIP Tag Team Title Match (Texas Tornado Rules)
Roderick Strong & Erick Stevens def. The British Lions (w/HBE)

TJ Perkins def. Nigel McGuinness

Bruce Santee def. Grizzly Redwood

2 Fast 2 Furious def. Caleb Konley/Brett Thunder

Bobby Dempsey def. Tim Donst

FIP Championship Committee Announces Rankings

The FIP Championship Committee has announced the newest Top 10 Rankings of all Singles Challengers and Top 5 Rankings of all Tag Team Challengers. Here are the rankings for the month of August as decided by the Committee after reviewing results and matches from over the past few months here in FIP.

Singles Rankings

1. Davey Richards - FIP World Heavyweight Champion
2. Kenny King
3. Rhett Titus – FIP Florida Heritage Champion
4. TJ Perkins
5. Chris Jones
6. Brad Attitude
7. Nigel McGuinness
8. Bruce Santee
9. Bobby Dempsey
10. Grizzly Redwood

Tag Team Rankings

1. Erick Stevens/Roderick Strong - FIP Tag Team Champions
2. The British Lions (Tommy Taylor/Christopher Gray)
3. The YRR (Sal Rinauro/Chasyn Rance)
4. Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis/Kory Chavis)
5. 2 Fast 2 Furious (Nooie Lee/Jerrelle Clark)

911 Incorporated lands in FIP!

While the Dark City Fight Club were finishing the task at hand and about to put away The YRR in their No DQ Street Fight, the crowd looked on in stunned silence as Ron Niemi and the massive Shane Twins made their way to the ring and proceeded to lay waste to the team many thought to be unbeatable since their debut in FIP, Kory Chavis and Jon Davis the Dark City Fight Club.

“At first it was for the money of MSL and the YRR” said Niemi. “But the more I read the stories of how big and bad the Dark City Fight Club were, the more I heard about how they were unbeatable, how they sent the Black Market packing and were dominating the tag team scene like nobody else before, I became enraged.”

“You see 911 incorporated and the Shane Twins in particular, have dominated the scene here in Florida for over a decade, and the fact that these 2 punks were being talked about like they walked on water and fed the masses with a single fish was frankly making me sick to my stomach, so we did what anybody who has ever spent a day in jail would have done on their first day in a new joint. We went up to the biggest baddest guys in the place and punched them right in the stinking mouth. We dared them to do something about the fact that 911 Incorporated was here in FIP, were taking over like we’ve done anywhere we’ve ever been, and everyone in the place saw with their own 2 eyes…there wasn’t a damn thing they, or anyone else could do to stop us.”

Three title rematches signed for October 3rd

Controversy was the order of the day on August 1st as there was some sort of craziness involved in the finish of all 3 title matches.

Once again Rhett Titus used the Florida Heritage Title Belt as a weapon to defeat challenger Brad Attitude after getting an assist from Phil Davis on the outside, instant replay was needed to determine a winner in the Tag Team Title match between The British Lions and Erick Stevens/Roderick Strong, and Phil Davis again lent a helping hand in the World Heavyweight Title Match as he flipped the positions of Davey Richards and Kenny King while King had a small package on Richards and seemingly had the title won.

As a result of these 3 unusual circumstances, the FIP Championship Committee has ordered immediate rematches of all 3 title matches. The FIP World Title and Tag Team Titles will BOTH be defended inside of a steel cage, while the Florida Heritage Title will be defended in a match with a stipulation to be announced next week.

When informed of this Sean Davis of Heartbreak Enterprises fumed, “This is a conspiracy against us by Zbyszko and the committee. How many times do Davey Richards and Rhett Titus need to beat Kenny King and Brad Attitude? And while we are on the subject, everyone in the building saw Erick Stevens get pinned by Chris Gray BEFORE Tommy Taylor tapped out... We were robbed of the tag team titles and anyone with half a brain knows it. That’s ok... because after October 3rd there will be no doubt, and Heartbreak Enterprises will have ALL the gold baby”

The Skinny on October 3rd

Fallout 2009
Saturday, October 3rd, 2009
National Guard Armory
8551 W. Venable St., Crystal River, FL 34429
Doors open at 7:30 pm and show starts at 8 pm
Tickets are $20 Ringside, $15 GA & Kids 13 and under $10 GA
Advance tickets - $12 GA & Kids 13 and under $8 GA
To purchase advance tickets call (352) 422-4582 or visit www.FullImpactPro.com

Already Signed:

Steel Cage FIP World Heavyweight Title Match
Davey Richards (w/Heartbreak Enterprises) vs. Kenny King

Steel Cage FIP Tag Team Title Match
Erick Stevens/Roderick Strong vs. The British Lions (w/HBE)

FIP Florida Heritage Title Match
“Addicted to Love” Rhett Titus (w/HBE) vs. Brad Attitude

The Shane Twins (w/Ron Niemi) vs. The Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis/Jon Davis)

Plus more to be announced soon!