Full Impact Pro

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Full Impact Pro (FIP) is an American professional wrestling promotion.wikipedia
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Shine Wrestling

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It is currently part of the World Wrestling Network (WWN) along with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve Wrestling, and Shine Wrestling.
In 2015, WWNLive opened its own training facility in Trinity, Florida named "World Wrestling Network Academy", which Shine shares with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve and Full Impact Pro.

FIP World Heavyweight Championship

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They currently promote the FIP World Heavyweight Championship, FIP Tag Team Championship, and the FIP Florida Heritage Championship. On September 25, 2004, FIP introduced the FIP Heavyweight Championship at Emergence: Part Two, where Homicide defeated CM Punk in the finals of a tournament.
The FIP World Heavyweight Championship is a professional wrestling world heavyweight championship owned by the Full Impact Pro (FIP) promotion.

FIP Florida Heritage Championship

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They currently promote the FIP World Heavyweight Championship, FIP Tag Team Championship, and the FIP Florida Heritage Championship.
The Full Impact Pro (FIP) Florida Championship is the second singles title contested for the independent professional wrestling promotion Full Impact Pro.

Ring of Honor

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It was originally the sister promotion of Ring of Honor.
In Florida, ROH supported Full Impact Pro, which would serve as a sister promotion until 2009.

Dragon Gate USA

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It is currently part of the World Wrestling Network (WWN) along with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve Wrestling, and Shine Wrestling.
In November 2014, Dragon Gate USA, along with Evolve, Full Impact Pro (FIP) and Shine Wrestling, all under the WWNLive banner, held a tour of China.

Jimmy Rave

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Eddie Vegas and Jimmy Rave defeated the teams of Roderick Strong and Jerrelle Clark and CM Punk and Don Juan to become the inaugural champions.
Rave wrestled for numerous professional wrestling promotions on the independent circuit, amongst them Combat Zone Wrestling, Full Impact Pro and NWA Wildside, where he won both the NWA Wildside Junior Heavyweight Championship and the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship twice, toured Japan with the Dragon Gate promotion on two occasions and competed in the Best of the Super Juniors for New Japan Pro Wrestling in 2008, and made several appearances with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as well as an appearance on World Wrestling Entertainment's Sunday Night Heat program in March 2005.

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup

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On October 29, 2011, FIP held the 2011 Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, its last show before its hiatus, which lasted until 2013.
The Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup was an annual professional wrestling memorial show produced by Full Impact Pro (FIP) promotion, typically between October and December.

Homicide (wrestler)

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On September 25, 2004, FIP introduced the FIP Heavyweight Championship at Emergence: Part Two, where Homicide defeated CM Punk in the finals of a tournament.
On January 14, at ROH's Hell Freezes Over Homicide lost the Full Impact Pro Heavyweight Championship to Bryan Danielson in a three-way match which also included Roderick Strong, ending his reign of over 15 months.

Erick Stevens

Erick Stevens defeated Roderick Strong at Battle for the Belts to win the championship. To date, only two wrestlers have won the FIP Triple Crown, Erick Stevens, achieving it when he won the FIP Florida Heritage Championship on December 20, 2008, and Jon Davis.
In 2005 Stevens debuted for Full Impact Pro as Steve Madison's tag partner as The Miracle Violence Connection 2005/2006.

AR Fox

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During the tour of China, Rich Swann defeated Trent Barretta to win the FIP World Heavyweight Championship and later defended it against AR Fox while still in China.
Fox has also worked for Dragon Gate in Japan, Full Impact Pro (FIP), where he won the 2011 Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG).

Davey Richards

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In 2009, Davey Richards defeated Silas Young to win the tournament.
And for several independent promotions, including Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) and Full Impact Pro (FIP).

WWNLive

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It is currently part of the World Wrestling Network (WWN) along with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve Wrestling, and Shine Wrestling.
WWN operates as a governing body for promotions (or "brands") including EVOLVE, Shine and Full Impact Pro.

Roderick Strong

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Eddie Vegas and Jimmy Rave defeated the teams of Roderick Strong and Jerrelle Clark and CM Punk and Don Juan to become the inaugural champions.
Roderick Strong made his Full Impact Pro (FIP) debut in 2004.

Jon Moxley

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In 2010, Sami Callihan won the 32-man tournament by defeating Jon Moxley in the finals.
Good began his professional wrestling career under the Jon Moxley name on the American independent circuit in 2004, working for various regional promotions including Full Impact Pro (FIP), Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), and Dragon Gate USA (DGUSA).

Gabe Sapolsky

WWN was founded by FIP founder Sal Hamaoui and Gabe Sapolsky, formerly of Ring of Honor.
Sapolsky was also the booker for Full Impact Pro (FIP), an independent promotion in Florida that used to be the sister promotion of ROH.

Sami Callihan

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In 2010, Sami Callihan won the 32-man tournament by defeating Jon Moxley in the finals.
He found the most success in Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) and Major League Wrestling (MLW), but has also wrestled for Dragon Gate USA, Evolve, Ring of Honor, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Full Impact Pro, and All American Wrestling.

Evolve (professional wrestling)

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It is currently part of the World Wrestling Network (WWN) along with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve Wrestling, and Shine Wrestling.
In November 2014, Evolve, along with Dragon Gate USA (DGUSA), Full Impact Pro (FIP) and Shine Wrestling, all under the WWNLive banner, held a tour of China.

Trent Beretta

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During the tour of China, Rich Swann defeated Trent Barretta to win the FIP World Heavyweight Championship and later defended it against AR Fox while still in China.
On April 26, Barreta made his debut for Full Impact Pro, defeating AR Fox.

Anthony Henry (wrestler)

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Anthony Henry is an American mixed martial artists and professional wrestler signed to the World Wrestling Network (WWN), performing for the Evolve and Full Impact Pro (FIP) promotions, where he is a one-time EVOLVE Tag Team Champion and the current FIP World Heavyweight Champion in his first reign.

Rich Swann

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During the tour of China, Rich Swann defeated Trent Barretta to win the FIP World Heavyweight Championship and later defended it against AR Fox while still in China.
On December 3, 2010, Swann made Full Impact Pro (FIP) debut, entering the 2010 Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup and defeating Grizzly Redwood in his first round match.

Jon Davis (wrestler)

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To date, only two wrestlers have won the FIP Triple Crown, Erick Stevens, achieving it when he won the FIP Florida Heritage Championship on December 20, 2008, and Jon Davis.
Jonathan Davis is an American professional wrestler, working for independent promotions including Dragon Gate USA, Full Impact Pro, and Evolve.

Kory Chavis

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He works for several independent promotions, including Dragon Gate USA, Full Impact Pro, and Evolve.

FIP World Tag Team Championship

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They currently promote the FIP World Heavyweight Championship, FIP Tag Team Championship, and the FIP Florida Heritage Championship.
The FIP World Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team championship owned by the independent professional wrestling promotion Full Impact Pro (FIP).

Austin Theory

Theory made his World Wrestling Network debut in 2016 at Full Impact Pro's Heatstroke alongside AC Mack.