Welcome to Full Impact Pro’s return to action with Everything Burns. A new FIP World Heavyweight Champion will be determined when AR Fox faces Jon Davis. The FIP Tag Titles will be defended by The Scene of Caleb Konley and Scott Reed. The FIP Florida Heritage Champion Uhaa Nation returns to action after suffering a severe knee injury last March.
We are in Ybor City, Florida at the Orpheum.
Lenny Leonard welcomes everyone to the Orpheum for Everything Burns. Tonight AR Fox and Jon Davis will battle to find out who will claim the vacant FIP World Title.
Lenny is interrupted by Mister Saint Laurent, who is accompanying Chasyn Rance to the ring. Lenny advises them that Chasyn’s match is later.
Mister Saint Laurent says that today is the greatest day because he knows everything and everyone. He says that Uhaa Nation is not medically cleared so that means that Uhaa Nation has to be stripped of the Florida Heritage Title and Chasyn Rance should be awarded the title.
Lenny reads a medical report that Uhaa is not medically cleared. Lenny asks Mister Saint Laurent for the date of the report. He says that it was dated last night.
Lenny says that as of today, FIP’s doctors have cleared him. Lenny suggests that they do the match now.
Match Number One: FIP Florida Heritage Title Match Uhaa Nation versus Chasyn Rance
Rance tosses his robe over Uhaa’s head and he punches him. Nation takes off the robe and he clotheslines Rance and then he Irish whips him and kicks him off the turnbuckle to the floor. Uhaa pulls Rance up to the apron and brings him back into the ring the hard way. Uhaa with a side head lock followed by a drop kick. MSL grabs Uhaa’s leg and Rance with a dragon screw leg whip and Indian Death Lock.
Uhaa with a chop to Rance to get out of the hold. Uhaa with a jawbreaker and then Rance sends him to the floor. MSL kicks Uhaa while the referee is not looking. Rance gets a near fall when they return. Rance works on the injured leg but when he tries one more time he kicks Rance over the top rope to the floor.
Rance comes off the turnbuckles and Uhaa catches him and hits a Samoan drop. Uhaa with a slam and a leaping back senton for a near fall. Uhaa with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex for a near fall. Rance rolls to the apron and he drops Uhaa across the top rope. Rance with a shoulder from the apron and he tries for a sunset flip but Uhaa does not go over.
Rance with a thumb to the eye and then he hits a super kick and gets a near fall. Rance goes up top but misses a frog splash. Uhaa with a bicycle kick and he waits for Rance to get up and Uhaa presses Rance over his head and he drops Rance behind him. Uhaa with a standing moonsault for the three count.
Winner: Uhaa Nation
After the match, Lenny Leonard interviews Uhaa Nation.
Uhaa says that nobody has been more patient for his return than himself. He is not going to let it slip. He will take everyone. He will show everyone why he is the One Man Nation.
Match Number Two: Francisco Ciatso versus Derek Ryze
Ciatso charges at Ryze but Derek moves out of the way. Ryze avoids another charge by Ciatso. Ryze with kicks to Ciatso’s legs and then he chops Ciatso. Ciatso with punches and forearms to the back. Ciatso with a snap mare and kick to the back followed by slaps to the head. Ciatso with a suplex and he gets a near fall.
Ciatso slaps Ryze in the head a few more times and he drops a knee to the upper chest. Ryze with punches and kicks but Ciatso with a knee and Ryze goes to the mat again. Ciatso choke Ryze in the ropes and the referee warns him. Ryze tries for a sunset flip but he cannot get Ciatso over. Ciatso gets to the ropes and the referee kicks Ciatso’s hands off the ropes and Ryze gets a near fall.
Ciatso with a clothesline and he gets a near fall. Ciatso with a reverse chin lock. Ryze with elbows but Ciatso with a back elbow and he returns to the reverse chin lock. Ciatso with a knee to the midsection. Ciatso with a slam and then he says that it is time to go to school. Ciatso misses a knee drop from the turnbuckles when Ryze moves out of the way.
Ryze with kicks to the leg. Ciatso catches Ryze on a cross body attempt and he hits a fallaway slam followed by a Flatline for the three count.
Winner: Francisco Ciatso
After the match, Lenny Leonard interviews Francisco Ciatso at ringside. He says that he is always ready to go. It does not matter what city it is. His best friend is New Jersey in watching this. That man is Michael Zaki. Francisco says that he will see him on March 15th.
Match Number Three: Tommy Taylor versus Johnny Vandal
They lock up and Vandal with a waist lock but Taylor with a standing switch. Taylor with a shoulder tackle and Vandal goes to the floor. Vandal returns to the ring and he puts Taylor in a hammer lock. Taylor tries to reach the ropes but Vandal pulls him into the center of the ring. Taylor with a reversal and then he tries for a belly-to-back but Johnny lands on his feet. Taylor with a shoulder tackle.
Vandal with a kick and forearms. Vandal with a forearm and a shoulder tackle. Taylor with a few leap frogs and a few drop kicks. Taylor tries for a third but Vandal moves. Taylor lands on his feet and he waits for Vandal to turn around for a third drop kick. Taylor with a European uppercut and a side head lock take down.
Taylor and Vandal with a Greco Roman knuckle lock and Vandal with the advantage and a few near falls. Taylor kips up and he takes Vandal to the mat but Johnny with a bridge. Taylor gets on Vandal and kicks his leg to get Vandal to the mat for a near fall. Taylor runs Vandal into the turnbuckles. Vandal with a punch and Taylor with a forearm. Taylor with a running drop kick and Vandal barely stays on the turnbuckles.
Taylor tries for a superplex but Vandal blocks it and he drops Tommy’s arm on the top rope and then Vandal kicks the arm and hits a single arm DDT. Vandal works on the wrist. Vandal kicks Taylor and connects with a forearm to the back. Vandal wraps the arm in the ropes. Vandal runs into a back elbow from Taylor.
Taylor slaps Vandal and then he tries for a slam but Vandal escapes and he gives Taylor an arm wringer and gets a near fall. Vandal with a wrist lock. Johnny slams the arm into the mat again. Vandal with a leg drop to the arm and he applies a short arm scissors. Taylor rolls Vandal up and gets a near fall.
Taylor rolls Vandal up again and gets a near fall but Vandal holds on to the arm scissors. Vandal gets a near fall but Taylor is able to get his shoulder up. Taylor rolls up Vandal and then he picks Vandal up and hits a modified Electric Chair drop and both men are down.
They both get up at eight but Taylor with a forearm and elbow followed by a kick to the head. Taylor tries for an Irish whip but Vandal returns to the injured arm. Taylor counters an Alabama Slam into a monkey flip. Vandal with a punch to the midsection followed by an enzuigiri and a cross body to the back while Taylor is in the ropes. Vandal with a super kick for a near fall.
Vandal goes up top and Taylor with a running drop kick that knocks Vandal off the turnbuckles and to the floor. The referee checks on Vandal and Johnny wants to continue the match. Vandal returns to the ring and Taylor with a Death Valley Driver for the three count.
Winner: Tommy Taylor
After the match, Lenny Leonard interviews Tommy Taylor in the ring. Lenny mentions the time that Tommy took away from the ring and then he mentioned his return to the Style Battle for Evolve. What is in the future for Tommy Taylor.
Tommy says that what happened in the past was in the past. This lion is back in the jungle and that jungle is Full Impact Pro. The future holds championship gold and he is going to take it from the Heritage Champion, Uhaa Nation.
Uhaa Nation comes out and he brings the title belt to the ring.
Uhaa tells Tommy any time, anywhere. They shake hands
Match Number Four: Corey Hollis versus Mike Cruz versus John Skyler
They try to figure out how to start things off and Skyler goes after Cruz. Skyler punches Hollis as well and then he Irish whips Hollis into Cruz and Cruz goes to the apron. Hollis with forearms but Skyler with a drop kick for a near fall. Skyler knocks Cruz to the apron again and Hollis with a head scissors and a drop kick. Cruz with a springboard drop kick to Hollis and a tope suicida to Hollis.
Cruz goes for a springboard move and Skyler hits the ropes and Cruz goes down. Skyler with a boot to the chest. Skyler with a knee to the midsection for a near fall. Cruz with forearms and chops to Skyler but Skyler with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker to Cruz for a near fall. Skyler with an abdominal stretch on Cruz and Hollis is nowhere to be seen.
Cruz with a back heel kick and enzuigiri. Hollis with a clothesline to Skyler and then he sends Cruz into the turnbuckles and hits a Northern Lights suplex for a near fall. Hollis with a suplex and a near fall. Cruz with chops and then Hollis sends Cruz into the air. Skyler holds the ropes open and Hollis goes to the floor.
Cruz chops Skyler and then he hits a flying forearm. Cruz with a running butt splash into the corner followed by a running drop kick for a near fall. Cruz with a knee into the corner and then he hits an enzuigiri off the turnbuckles but Hollis breaks up the cover with a diving head butt.
Hollis turns his attention to Cruz’ leg to stop his aerial attack. Hollis with chops. Cruz with a forearm but Hollis with a knee. Cruz with a rollup and he tries for a cloverleaf but Hollis escapes. Hollis sends Cruz to the apron but Cruz with a forearm. Cruz goes for a springboard move but Hollis moves. Skyler with a spear from the apron. Hollis with a German suplex to Skyler. Skyler with a tornado DDT for a near fall.
Cruz runs into an elbow from Skyler and then Cruz moves when Skyler comes off the turnbuckles and he rolls through into an ankle lock. Hollis with a reverse gutwrench on Cruz followed by a gutbuster for a near fall. Skyler tries to send Hollis into the turnbuckles but Hollis counters. Cruz with a drop kick that sends Hollis into Skyler. Cruz with a rollup on Hollis but Hollis kicks out and Skyler with a super kick to Cruz and Cruz goes to the floor.
Hollis with a Styles Clash onto Skyler for the three count.
Winner: Corey Hollis
After the match, Lenny Leonard goes into the ring to interview Corey Hollis. Corey says that that FIP, it just got real.
Match Number Five: Mikaze versus Maxwell Chicago
Maxwell wants to have some fun and doesn’t want to see any of Mikaze’s serious stuff. Mikaze kicks Maxwell and Maxwell finally pushes him away. Maxwell goes to the apron and he misses a round kick but he connects with a leg sweep that sends Maxwell to the floor.
Mikaze goes to the apron when Maxwell moves. Maxwell with a spinning heel kick and he does some kung fu. Maxwell misses a kick but Mikaze with a round kick to the head and Maxwell is down. Mikaze gets a near fall. Maxwell trips Mikaze and then hits a flying clothesline and gets a near fall.
Mikaze sends Maxwell into the turnbuckles and gets a near fall. Maxwell with a jawbreaker and then he climbs the turnbuckles but Mikaze pulls him down. Mikaze with a kick and drop kick. Maxwell sends Mikaze to the apron. Mikaze with a double knee drop from the turnbuckles. He goes up top and hits an inward shooting star but Maxwell moves. Maxwell with a uranage back breaker for a near fall.
Maxwell puts Mikaze on the turnbuckles and announces a high risk maneuver but Mikaze with head butts. He hits a running boot to the chest and gets a near fall. Mikaze misses a running knee into the corner and Maxwell with a cover and his feet on the ropes for the three count.
Winner: Maxwell Chicago
After the match, Lenny Leonard interviews Maxwell Chicago at ringside. Maxwell is honored to be interviewed by Lenny. He says that he is undefeated in FIP. Lenny reminds Maxwell that he lost to Blain Rage, but Maxwell says that does not count.
Match Number Six: Luscious Latasha versus Brittney Savage in a Shine Showcase Match
They lock up and Savage sends Latasha to the mat. They lock up again and Latasha works on the wrist. Savage pushes Latsha away. Latasha with a double leg take down and punches. Latasha with forearms. Latasha with a drop kick for a near fall. Latasha with a splash into the corner followed by a bulldog for a near fall. Latsha misses a splash into the corner and Savage pulls Latasha to the mat.
Savage gets a near fall. Savage with a kick to the back followed b a drop kick to the back and Savage gets a near fall. Savage with a reverse chin lock. Savage with a flying clothesline and she gets a near fall. Savage with an Irish whip and a running butt splash and knees into the corner. Savage with a kick to head and she gets a near fall.
They each go for boots to the chest and they both make contact and go down.
Awesome Kong makes her way to the ring and Latasha and Brittney realize they are not going to be around too long. Savage pushes Latasha into Kong and Kong with an Implant Buster.
After the match, Lenny interviews Kong and he brings up that she did not look that good at the end of Shine 6. She calls Valkyrie a bunch of cowards and Latasha is collateral damager. Kong says that she is done being nice.
Lenny reminds everyone that Shine 7 is on February 22nd.
Match Number Seven: FIP Tag Title Match The Scene (Scott Reed and Caleb Konley) versus Dos Ben Dejos (Eddie Cruz and Jay Rios)
Reed and Rios start things off and Reed messes with Rios. Reed plays with Rios’ beard and Rios chops Reed in the back. Rios with more chops and forearms. Reed with a back body drop but Rios lands on his feet. He is not on his feet too long after a Reed clothesline. Reed with a chop and Konley tags in. Konley with a double thrust to the throat.
Cruz makes the tag but Konley does not realize it. Rios and Cruz double team Konley. Rios holds Reed for a kick from Cruz. Cruz with a suicide dive onto Reed and Konley and then Rios with an Asai Moonsault onto Reed and Konley. Cruz gets a near fall on Konley. Cruz with a double stomp to Konley’s back for a near fall. Cruz with a kick and a rana
Reed holds the ropes open and Cruz goes to the floor. The referee has to hold Rios back and Reed takes the opportunity to work on Cruz’ back. Konley gets a near fall. Reed and Konley pulls Cruz down by the hair and then they hit a double elbow drop for a near fall. Reed with boots to the head and then he knocks Rios off the apron. Reed chokes Cruz in the ropes.
Reed sends Cruz into Konley’s boot on the turnbuckles. Konley draws Rios in so The Scene can double team Cruz. Konley catapults Cruz to Reed for a power slam but Cruz can only get a near fall. Reed with a suplex and he gets a near fall. Reed with a knee to the back. Reed with a knee and a gutwrench suplex for a near fall.
Konley tags in and he gets a near fall. Konley gets a near fall. Konley with a forearm and Reed is tagged in. Konley with a kick to the head and Reed gets Cruz up for Konley to chop him in the back and Reed hits a power bomb for a near fall.
Reed and Konley chop Cruz and then Cruz avoids Konley and Rios kicks Reed in the face. Cruz gets a near fall. Rios tags in and hits a springboard splash and a drop kick. Rios drops Reed on the top rope and then he hits a springboard clothesline for a near fall. Rios with a springboard drop kick that sends Konley off the apron. Rios with a suicide dive onto Konley. Rios goes up top but MSL crotches Rios.
Konley with a delayed superplex and Reed covers but the referee does not make the count. Konley sends Cruz into the turnbuckles but Cruz with a kick. Konley with a DDT and Reed with a German suplex. Rios with a frog splash on Reed for the three count.
Winners: Dos Ben Dejos (Jay Rios and Eddie Cruz)
After the match, Lenny Leonard interviews the new Tag Team Champions. Rios says that they have been wanted to be in FIP their entire careers and in their first night they win the titles. The Scene chase the new champions out of the building.
Match Number Eight: FIP Heavyweight Title Match AR Fox versus Jon Davis
They lock up and Davis with a waist lock take down but Fox escapes and he works on the arm with a hammer lock. Fox with a full nelson but Davis escapes and works on the wrist. Fox tries to reverse the hold but Davis takes Fox to the mat. Fox tries for a head scissors but Davis does not go over.
Fox gets to the ropes and Davis releases the hold. Davis goes to the arm again and he sends Fox to the mat with an arm wringer. Davis with a boot to the arm followed by a forearm to the back. Davis works on the shoulder and he takes Fox to the mat with an arm bar. Fox gets to the ropes and Davis releases the hold.
They lock up and Davis with a single leg take down. Fox kicks Davis in the back to get out of the hold. Davis with a front face lock but Fox backs Davis into the ropes. Davis sends Fox to the floor. Fox returns to the ring and he hits a drop kick on Davis. Fox goes for a rana off the ring post but Davis moves. Fox lands on his feet. Davis with a clothesline.
Fox with a modified 619 and then he hits a springboard dive to the floor. Fox goes up top and hits a cross body for a near fall. Davis leans against the ropes and Fox with a splash to the back and he goes to the floor. Fox puts Davis on the apron and Fox hits a leg drop and then he gets a near fall.
Fox goes to the apron but Davis with a punch to the head. Fox with a forearm but Davis with a spinebuster that drops Fox on the apron. Davis follows Fox to the floor. Davis with forearms and then they return to the ring for a moment but Fox falls to the floor. Davis with a head butt and a kick to the chest. Davis gets a near fall.
Davis with a rear chin lock. Davis with a boot to the head and Fox goes down. Davis gets a near fall. Fox kicks Davis and then Davis with a boot to the head. Davis sends Fox into the turnbuckles and hits a belly-to-back suplex for a near fall.
Davis with an Irish whip and he runs into a boot from Fox. Fox goes to the apron and then he hits a springboard drop kick and both men are down. Fox with a clothesline but Davis does not move. Fox with a discus clothesline but Davis tries for a clothesline. Fox with a matrix move and he kicks Davis to the floor. Fox with a suicide dive through the bottom and middle ropes. Then he hits one through the middle and upper ropes. Fox goes for the hat trick and hits a plancha.
Fox goes up top and he flips over Davis. Fox comes off the turnbuckles and Davis looks like he is going to go for a pounce but Fox counters with a cutter. Davis blocks Lo Mein Pain and connects with elbows. Davis with a punch to Fox on the apron and then Davis tries for a superplex from the apron.
Fox with a springboard move but Davis with a spinebuster to counter and then he hits a Shining Wizard for a near fall. Fox with a matrix but Davis with a German suplex and bridge for a near fall. Davis with a buckle bomb but he misses a short arm clothesline. Fox with an Asai DDT and then he hits a Swanton on Davis and he takes too much time so he can only get a two count.
Fox with a baseball slide to send Davis to the floor. Fox hits Lo Mein Rain. Fox goes up top and he hits a 450 splash but Davis kicks out. Fox puts Davis on the top turnbuckle for Lo Mein Pain but Davis rolls to the apron. Fox with a springboard drop kick to send Davis to the floor. Fox goes to the apron and he goes for a rana but Davis catches Fox and power bombs him onto the apron.
Davis with a short arm clothesline and Three Seconds Around the World for the three count.
Winner: Jon Davis
After the match, Lenny Leonard goes to the ring to interview the new FIP World Heavyweight Champion. Lenny mentions the people who have previously held the FIP World Heavyweight Title. He mentions how Jon made his debut in FIP and his rise through FIP.
Jon says that he was thrown in with Jerrelle Clark, then Seth Delay. It wasn’t until Kory Chavis and him made things happen in FIP until he was recognized for what he could do. They held those tag titles as long as they could.
Jon says that Lenny didn’t mention people like Jamie Noble, Samoa Joe, or CM Punk.
He was hoping to get the tag titles back with Kory but things happen in wrestling. One door closes, but he kicks another one down. You are looking a new day, a new era, and you are looking at the new World Champion.
Jon introduces his new manager . . . Mister Saint Laurent.
Jon wants to know what has FIP done for him. He has to look out for his best interest.
Lenny says that MSL didn’t do anything.
Jon says that MSL put him in the position to win the title.
Thank you for following the live coverage of FIP Everything Burns. FIP will return on March 15th.
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