Full Impact Pro

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Full Impact Pro Entertainment, LLC
Industry Professional wrestling
Founded 2003
Founder Sal Hamaoui
Headquarters Largo, Florida, U.S.
Key people
Sal Hamaoui – President
Trevin Adams – VP
Parent WWNLive[1]
Website Official website

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


Full Impact Pro was the sister promotion of Ring of Honor until 2009. It is currently part of the World Wrestling Network (WWN) along with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve Wrestling and SHINE Wrestling. After a brief hiatus, FIP returned to running events regularly in Florida February 1, 2013 with FIP presents "Everything Burns" live from The Orpheum in Ybor City, FL. It was announced that starting with Evolve 25 on January 10, 2014, all WWN iPPVs would stream in full HD. FIP has a training facility in Trinity, Florida, which they share with Dragon Gate USA, Evolve and Shine.[2]


Championship Champion(s) Defeated Date Won Location Event
FIP World Heavyweight Championship Roderick Strong Trent Barreta February 20, 2015 Tampa, Florida Ascension 2015
FIP Tag Team Championship Savages (Eddie Graves and Teddy Stigma) Juicy Product (David Starr and JT Dunn) January 10, 2015 Tampa, Florida Everything Burns
FIP Florida Heritage Championship Maxwell Chicago Chasyn Rance February 20, 2015 Tampa, Florida Ascension 2015

Triple Crown[edit]

In FIP a Triple Crown winner is someone who has held every title in Full Impact Pro.[3]

Champion World Heavyweight Championship Tag Team Championship Florida Heritage Championship
Erick Stevens December 30, 2007 March 10, 2007
(with Roderick Strong)
December 20, 2008




  • Jamie Tucker - Senior Referee
  • Frankie Gastineau - Referee
  • Garry Morere - Referee
  • Josh Rich - Referee (semi-retired)
  • Ron Niemi - Color Commentator
  • Lenny Leonard - Lead Commentator


  1. ^ Johnson, Mike (2014-09-19). "Evolve heading to China (no, really)". Pro Wrestling Insider. Retrieved 2014-09-19. WWNLive, the parent company of Evolve, Shine, FIP and Dragon Gate USA. 
  2. ^ Caldwell, James (2015-02-19). "WWNLive news: Official new training facility announced". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved 2015-02-19. 
  3. ^ "First FIP Triple Crown Winner". PWInsider. Retrieved 2010-12-18. 

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