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 on: September 17, 2017, 07:19:38 pm 
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I need somewhere to put this, so you guys will have to bear with me. Bobby Heenan died today, as I've been reading. I cannot express to you the depths of the impact he had on me being a wrestling fan. I watched him as a kid, he and Hogan and Flair are the reasons I got into wrestling at all. I'd come to find his broadcast partner of many years also a massive influence, Gorilla Monsoon. Hell, I named my podcast after Monsoon.

Heenan was the best manager of all time, in my view. At least of all the ones I've seen in about 3 decades. No one held a candle to him, and no one has since. One of the best talkers, quick-witted, and one of the best all around performers in front of a camera I've ever seen. If you aren't familiar with him, I encourage you to change that. There was none better.

He was the best color commentator in the business, and he commanded attention because you wanted to hear what he'd say next. No one since him has been able to do that with me. And he is going to be sorely missed.

He said at his 2004 Hall of Fame induction that he wished Monsoon were here. I hope Gorilla is the first person he sees, and both of them will always have a place in my heart and my childhood.

Thanks for everything, Brain.


 on: September 16, 2017, 02:54:44 pm 
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FFW Future Shock Resistance
Live from the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island
October 21, 2017

~ ~ ~

Last Woman Standing
Co-Main Event

“The Lucky Star” Andi Takata vs. “Typhoon” Bianca Salvador (Brazil)

The battles between Andi and Bianca have spanned throughout Future Shock, as well as FFW over the Unity titles with their partners. But the removal of Andi’s mask on the grand stage was the final straw. Now for the first time in Future Shock history, it’ll be Last Woman Standing as this war finally concludes the only way it could.

~ ~ ~

FFW Future Shock Tag Team Championship
Co-Main Event

The Max Sato Experience vs. NHB

The first ever Future Shock Tag Champions will be crowned as the tournament finals take place tonight. NHB fought long and hard to get here, and Max’s girls squeaked their way through as well. Tonight, history is made as the tag titles finally find a home in Providence!

~ ~ ~

Future Shock Cup Series

Valerie McKinley vs. “Old School” Gillie Barnes

It’s almost a tale as old as the sport. The common working class against the privileged elite will play itself out again with the winners moving onto get to the Future Shock Cup match in Sydney. We’ll find out if “Old School” as any place in the world of the 1 Percenter.

~ ~ ~

Winners Earn A Future Shock Tag Title Shot

Next Generation vs. Ascension (Canada)

After Ascension’s complaining about the referee in their tournament match, now they have a chance to prove they deserve to be #1 contenders. But they have a very hungry pair of upstarts in Caitlyn & Mandy who came close to the finals. One of these teams will find themselves in Sydney facing the new champions!

~ ~ ~

Aspire Ring

Alicia Garland vs. “Killer B” Bianca Reed

Both Alicia and Bianca have clearly impressed Adam with their recent performances, and it’s not hard to see why. With Harley cashing in the ring to claim her title shot, one of these two women will leave with it and begin the gauntlet once more!

~ ~ ~

Thou Shalt Not Steal
The Choir Barred From Ringside

Kaya Crimson vs. “The Future Shock Savior” Casey Atherton

There are fewer things more repulsive than a thief. If you don’t believe me, ask newcomer Kaya Crimson who had her jewelry stolen at the hands of Casey’s Choir. Crimson comes looking for some payback, and guess what? Adam’s barred the Choir from ringside! Casey will have to do it on her own tonight.

~ ~ ~

Grudge Match

Angel vs. “Reckless” Britt Kane

There’s only so many times you can get choked out with piano wire till it starts to rub you the wrong way. Britt makes her in-ring Future Shock Pay Per View debut along with her opponent as she looks to make Angel choke in front of the world

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One Lash Too Many

“6 String Sinner” Lydia Charisma vs. Lacey

With their dual arrivals at Wipeout, something had to give. Lacey lashed Lydia with a cat o’nine tails (with tacks) for trying to steal her spotlight. In what will be Lydia’s Future Shock in-ring debut, she plans to show Lacey the error of her ways in the most painful way possible.

 on: September 16, 2017, 02:01:18 pm 
Started by Samantha Star - Last post by Samantha Star
Main Event for the FFW Championship

“The Living Firework” Jo McFarlane © vs. Leona Vega

 on: September 16, 2017, 02:00:54 pm 
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Unstoppable 8 Rematch

Felicity Banks vs. "Warp Drive Dragon" Miko Ayano

 on: September 16, 2017, 02:00:34 pm 
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Global Wars

"Atomic" Kaoru Asaka (Japan) vs. Ascension's Valentina Lozano (Canada)

 on: September 16, 2017, 01:58:15 pm 
Started by Samantha Star - Last post by Samantha Star
For The First Time Ever

“The World’s Finest” Nevaeh Summers vs. “Lucky Star” Andi Takata

 on: September 16, 2017, 01:57:44 pm 
Started by Samantha Star - Last post by Samantha Star
FFW No Surrender Championship

Natalya Demidov © vs. Sophia Pike

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