Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup

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Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup
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Promotion Full Impact Pro (2006–2011)
NWA Florida (2003–2005)
Date 2003–

The Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup was an annual professional wrestling memorial show produced by Full Impact Pro (FIP) promotion, typically between October and December. The event was established to honor the memory of independent wrestler "All American" Jeff Peterson who died at age 21 after a two-year battle with leukemia.[1] A rising star in the National Wrestling Alliance at the time of his death, his home promotion NWA Florida held a memorial tournament, co-hosted by IPW Hardcore, presented by his friends and fellow Florida wrestlers.[2] The first show was held on May 16–17, 2003, at the Florida WrestlePlex in St. Petersburg, Florida.[3][4][5][6][7] It is the longest-running tournament in the Southeastern United States followed by CWF Mid-Atlantic's Johnny Weaver Memorial Tournament.

It was a standard 16-man single-elimination tournament intended to showcase the top junior heavyweight wrestlers from independent promotions throughout the United States[1] and Japan. Many top "indy" wrestlers have participated in the event [8][9][10][11][12][13][14] with former winners including Reckless Youth (2003), Justice (2004), Chris Sabin (2005), Milano Collection AT (2006), and Chris Hero (2007), Erick Stevens (2008), Davey Richards (2009), and Sami Callihan (2010). The tournament was originally held by NWA Florida[15][16] from 2003 to 2005,[3][17] when it closed, and was continued by Full Impact Pro the following year. Both promotions held a combined 9 Memorial Cup tournaments. The tenth tournament on December 14 and 15, 2012, was billed as the last ever Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup and was an independent internet pay-per-view not officially held by any promotion.[18] No wrestler has ever won the tournament twice, but multiple wrestlers have participated in the event more than once.[4][19]

The event has also featured other wrestling personalities. The 2007 and 2008 editions were hosted by Lenny Leonard and Scott Hudson, former commentators for Ring of Honor and World Championship Wrestling respectively.[4][20] In 2009, "Outlaw" Ron Bass came out of retirement to wrestle Sean Davis (with Amy Vitale and Phil Davis) in a Texas Bullrope match.[21] Gabe Sapolsky claimed that he used the 2009 tournament to scout talent prior to starting EVOLVE two months later.[22] The following year, five champions took part in the 2010 Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup; FIP World Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley, FIP Florida Heritage Champion Jake Manning, NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion Craig Classic, PWR Heavyweight Champion Bruce Santee, and PWR Tag Team Champion Milo Beasley.[23] Aaron Epic, Peterson's last opponent before his death, also competed in the 2011 tournament.[24] It was his first appearance with the company in several years and, though he was eliminated by Jerrelle Clark in the opening round, he praised the event commenting in a later interview for 411mania.com that "there has not been a lot of things that people remember from Florida wrestling but people always remember JPC and to be part of it was an honor".[25]

Since its beginning in 2003, the Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup has been specifically used to raise money for various charities in the state of Florida.[15][16][17][20] The recipient for the 2008 edition, for example, was a two-year-old child diagnosed with a rare form of cancer[5][26] while proceeds from the 2009 edition went to St. Petersburg's All Children's Hospital.[1] The most recent tournament saw Naphtali, a close friend of Peterson, offer to shave his head and give his hair to Locks of Love or a similar charity if donations reached the $1,000 mark by October 28.[27]

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Tournament winners[edit]

Tournament Year Winner Total won Reference
JPM-Cup I 2003 Reckless Youth 1 [2][4][5][6][7][19]
JPM-Cup II 2004 Justice 1 [2][4][5][6][7][19]
JPM-Cup III 2005 Chris Sabin 1 [2][4][5][6][7][19]
JPM-Cup IV 2006 Milano Collection AT 1 [2][4][5][6][7][19]
JPM-Cup V 2007 Chris Hero 1 [2][4][5][6][7][19]
JPM-Cup VI 2008 Erick Stevens 1 [4][6][7][19]
JPM-Cup VII 2009 Davey Richards 1 [4][19][28]
JPM-Cup VIII 2010 Sami Callihan 1 [4][19][29]
JPM-Cup IX 2011 AR Fox 1 [4][24]
JPM-Cup X 2012 Samuray del Sol 1 [4][18]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2003)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

May 16, 2003 in St. Petersburg, Florida (Florida WrestlePlex)

# Results[4][30] Stipulations Times
1 Naphtali defeated Seijin Akki First round tournament match n/a
2 B-Boy defeated Steve Madison n/a
3 Tony Mamaluke defeated Jerrelle Clark n/a
4 Reckless Youth defeated Sonjay Dutt n/a
5 Jason Cross defeated C.M. Punk n/a
6 Ruckus defeated Roderick Strong n/a
7 Sedrick Strong defeated David Babylon n/a
8 Justice defeated Colt Cabana n/a
9 Chaos defeated Havoc and Kubiak Three-Way Dance n/a
10 Lex Lovett defeated Agent Steele Singles match; Due to a prematch stipulation, Lovett earned a title shot against IPW Heavyweight Champion Billy Fives. n/a
11 Mike Sullivan and Scoot Andrews defeated Danny Doring and Mikey Tenderfoot Tag team match n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

May 17, 2003 in St. Petersburg, Florida (Florida WrestlePlex)

# Results[4][4][31] Stipulations Times
1 Naphtali defeated B-Boy Quarter Final Tournament Match n/a
2 Reckless Youth defeated Tony Mamaluke n/a
11 Ruckus defeated Jason Cross n/a
12 Sedrick Strong defeated Justice n/a
13 Reckless Youth defeated Naphtali Semi Final Tournament match n/a
14 Sedrick Strong defeated Ruckus n/a
15 Reckless Youth defeated Roderick Strong Tournament Finals match with Special Guest Referee Jet Jaguar n/a
16 Frankie Capone, Pat Powers, and Pat McGroin defeated Pretty Fly, Comic Book Guy Anderson, and Mark Zout Six-man tag team match n/a
17 Agent Steele and Navy Seal fought to a no-contest Singles match n/a
18 Sonjay Dutt and Steve Madison defeated Jerrelle Clark and Roderick Strong Tag team match n/a
19 Billy Fives defeated Lex Lovett Singles match for the IPW Heavyweight Championship n/a
20 The Shane Twins (Mike and Todd Shane) (c) defeated Danny Doring and Steve Corino Tag team match for the NWA Tag Team Championship n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place from May 16–17, 2003. The tournament brackets were:[32][33]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
B-Boy
Steve Madison
B-Boy
Naphtali
Naphtali
Seijin Akki
Naphtali
Reckless Youth
Reckless Youth
Sonjay Dutt
Reckless Youth
Tony Mamaluke
Tony Mamaluke
Jerrelle Clark
Reckless Youth
Sedrick Strong
Jason Cross
CM Punk
Jason Cross
Ruckus
Ruckus
Roderick Strong
Ruckus
Sedrick Strong
Sedrick Strong
David Babylon
Sedrick Strong
Justice
Justice
Colt Cabana

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2004)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

June 4, 2004 in Brandon, Florida (Brandon Allstars)

# Results[4][15][16][34][35] Stipulations Times
1 Roderick Strong (NWA Florida) defeated Sedrick Strong (NWA Florida) First round tournament match n/a
2 Alex Shelley (IWA Mid-South) defeated Jimmy Jacobs (CZW) n/a
3 Chris Hero (IWA Mid-South) defeated Matt Striker (ECWA) n/a
4 Homicide (JAPW) defeated Black Tigers (NWA Florida) n/a
5 Teddy Hart (H2wrestling) defeated Azrieal (JAPW) n/a
6 Mikey Tenderfoot (NWA Florida) defeated Puma (PWG) n/a
7 Petey Williams (BCW) defeated Naphtali (NWA Florida) n/a
8 Justice (NWA Florida) defeated Jack Evans (ROH) n/a
9 Danny Doring (with Vudu) defeated Z-Barr and Slyk Wagner Brown (with April Hunter) Three-Way Dance n/a
10 Lex Lovett defeated Colt Cabana Singles match; Due to a prematch stipulation, Lovett earned a title shot against IPW Heavyweight Champion Billy Fives. n/a
11 Zach Gowen, Chi Chi Cruz, and Jerrelle Clark defeated The Bug, Erick Stevens, and OG Scarface (with Ana Mosity) Six-man tag team match n/a
12 The Shane Twins (Mike and Todd Shane) (with Eric Loi and Ron Niemi) defeated Steve Madison and Mike Sullivan (with XTC Jenni Lee) Tag team n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2 (Afternoon)[edit]

June 5, 2004 in St. Petersburg, Florida (National Guard Armory)

# Results[4][35][36] Stipulations Times
1 Teddy Hart defeated Mikey Tenderfoot Semi Final Tournament Match n/a
2 Justice defeated Petey Williams n/a
11 Roderick Strong defeated Alex Shelley n/a
12 Chris Hero received a bye n/a
13 April Hunter defeated Jenni Taylor and Chrissy Daine Three-Way Dance n/a
14 Luther Jackson defeated OG Scarface (with Ana Mosity) Singles match n/a
15 Naphtali defeated Andre Lyonz, Chasyn Rance, David Babylon, Krazy K, Lit, and Mikey Batts Last Man Standing match n/a
16 The Cuban Assassin (with Fantasy) (c) defeated Jeremy Lopez Singles match for the Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship n/a
17 John Brooks, Chi Chi Cruz, and Azrieal defeated Puma, Matt Striker, and Sedrick Strong Six-man tag team match n/a
18 Jeff Bradley and Jimmy Jacobs defeated Bug and Z-Barr Tag team match n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2 (Evening)[edit]

June 5, 2004 in St. Petersburg, Florida (National Guard Armory)

# Results[4][35][37] Stipulations Times
1 Justice defeated Chris Hero and Roderick Strong Tournament Finals match with Special Guest Referee Jet Jaguar n/a
2 Alex Shelley and Petey Williams defeated Mikey Tenderfoot and Black Tigers Tag team match n/a
3 Bruce Steele defeated Slyk Wagner Brown Singles match n/a
4 Zach Gowen defeated Rod Steel (with Eric Loy) Singles match n/a
5 Scoot Andrews (with "Primo" Robby Mireno) defeated Colt Cabana Singles match n/a
6 Mike Sullivan defeated Danny Doring Singles match for the NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship n/a
7 Jerrelle Clark (c) defeated Azrieal (with Jack Evans) Singles match for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship n/a
8 Lex Lovett and Steve Madison defeated The Shane Twins (Mike and Todd Shane) Tag team match with Special Guest Referee "Honest" Eddie Edwards n/a
9 Double Deuce Inc. (Frankie Capone and Marcus Dillon) (with Cannon) defeated Clinically Inclined (Dr. Heresy and Andre Lyons) Tag team match n/a

Tournament brackets[edit]

The tournament took place from June 4–5, 2004. The tournament brackets were:[15][16][32][38]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

First round Semifinals
           
Roderick Strong
Sedrick Strong
Roderick Strong
Alex Shelley
Alex Shelley
Jimmy Jacobs
First round Semifinals
           
Chris Hero
Matt Striker
Chris Hero
BYE
Homicide
Black Tigers
First round Semifinals
           
Teddy Hart
Azrieal
Teddy Hart
Mikey Tenderfoot
Mikey Tenderfoot
Puma
First round Semifinals
           
Petey Williams
Naphtali
Petey Williams
Justice
Justice
Jack Evans

Finals[edit]

  Semi-Finals Finals1
                 
  1  Roderick Strong    
  6  Alex Shelley  
     
1  Roderick Strong
2  Chris Hero      
2  Chris Hero  
5  Bye    
3  Justice  
 
  3  Justice  
  4  Petey Williams    

1. ^ A fourth semi-final match was held between Teddy Hart and Mikey Tenderfoot, which Hart won. He suffered a knee injury during the bout, however, and was forced to leave the tournament. Chris Hero had also received a bye for his semi-final match against Homicide and officials ordered the tournament to be decided among the three remaining participants in a final three-way elimination match.

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2005)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

June 10, 2005 in Brandon, Florida (Brandon All Stars)

# Results[3][4][17][39][40][41] Stipulations Times
1 Ricky Reyes defeated Jay Fury First round tournament match n/a
2 Matt Sydal defeated Tony Kozina n/a
3 Petey Williams defeated Jerrelle Clark n/a
4 Vordell Walker defeated Tony Mamaluke n/a
5 The Strong Brothers (Roderick and Sedrick Strong) defeated Steve Madison and Erick Stevens Tag team match n/a
6 Sonjay Dutt defeated Todd Sexton First round tournament match n/a
7 Chris Sabin defeated Delirious n/a
8 Jimmy Rave defeated Fast Eddie n/a
9 Mikey Batts (with Billy Kidman) defeated James Gibson n/a
10 A.J. Styles (c) defeated Lex Lovett Singles match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship; As per the pre-match stipulation, Lovett was forced to retire. n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

June 11, 2005 in Brandon, Florida (Brandon All Stars)

# Results[4][40][42][43] Stipulations Times
1 Jay Fury defeated Jerrelle Clark, Chasyn Rance, and Aaron Epic Fatal 4 Way match n/a
2 Vordell Walker defeated Matt Sydal Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
3 Jimmy Rave defeated Petey Williams n/a
4 Antonio Banks defeated Rod Steel (with Ron Niemi) Singles match n/a
5 Chris Sabin defeated Mikey Batts Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
6 Sonjay Dutt defeated Ricky Reyes n/a
7 Double Deuce Inc. (Frankie Capone and Marcus Dillon) (c) defeated The Vandalz (Johnny and Tommy Vandal), The Market Crashers (Joey Machete and Shawn Murphy), and The Heartbreak Express (Phil and Sean Davis) Fatal 4 Way tag team match for the NWA Florida Tag Team Championship n/a
8 Chris Sabin defeated Vordell Walker Semi Final Tournament match n/a
9 Sonjay Dutt defeated Jimmy Rave n/a
10 Tony Kozina and Sal Rinauro defeated Fast Eddie and Todd Sexton Tag team match n/a
11 Bruce Steele (with Ron Niemi) (c) defeated Roderick Strong Single match for the NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship n/a
12 Chris Sabin defeated Sonjay Dutt Final Tournament match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place from June 10–11, 2005. The tournament brackets were:[17][32][40][41][44]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Sonjay Dutt
Todd Sexton Pin
Sonjay Dutt
Ricky Reyes Pin
Ricky Reyes
Jay Fury Sub
Sonjay Dutt
Jimmy Rave Pin
Jimmy Rave
Fast Eddie Pin
Jimmy Rave
Petey Williams Sub
Petey Williams
Jerrelle Clark Pin
Chris Sabin
Sonjay Dutt Pin
Vordell Walker
Tony Mamaluke Pin
Vordell Walker
Matt Sydal
Matt Sydal
Tony Kozina Pin
Chris Sabin
Vordell Walker Pin
Chris Sabin
Delirious Pin
Chris Sabin
Mikey Batts Pin
Mikey Batts
James Gibson Pin

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2006)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

June 16, 2006 in Sanford, Florida (Sanford Civic Center)

# Results[4][45] Stipulations Times
1 Jerrelle Clark defeated Dagon (with Naphtali) and Ryan Drago Three-Way Dance 9:03
2 Ruckus defeated T.J. Mack First round tournament match 8:44
3 The Canadian Cougar defeated Jake Manning 8:00
4 Frankie Ciatso (with Molly Holly) defeated Erick Stevens (with SoCal Val) Singles match 10:37
5 Joey Ryan defeated El Generico First round tournament match 11:03
6 Milano Collection A.T. defeated Arik Cannon 13:48
7 Rod Steel defeated Davey Richards 13:47
8 Reckless Youth defeated Chasyn Rance 10:47
9 Billy Kidman defeated Naphtali Singles match 10:26
10 Krazy K defeated T.J. Wilson First round tournament match 10:37
11 Delirious defeated Human Tornado 15:04
12 Christopher Daniels defeated Roderick Strong Singles match 15:18

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

June 17, 2006 in Pinellas Park, Florida (The Boys and Girls Club)

# Results[4][46] Stipulations Times
1 T.J. Wilson defeated Human Tornado, Jake Manning, Arik Cannon, El Generico, and T.J. Mack Six-Way Dance n/a
2 Ruckus defeated Canadian Cougar Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
3 Joey Ryan defeated Rod Steel n/a
4 Naphtali defeated OG Scarface and Havok Three-Way Dance; this was a special "tribute match" to Jeff Peterson n/a
5 Delirious defeated Krazy K Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
6 Milano Collection A.T. defeated T.J. Wilson n/a
7 Modern Day Theory (Scott Commodity and Preston James) (with Molly Holly) defeated Bruce Santee and Pretty Fly (with Amy Love) Tag team match n/a
8 Ruckus defeated Joey Ryan Semi Final Tournament match n/a
9 Milano Collection A.T. defeated Delirious n/a
10 Billy Kidman defeated Lex Lovett Singles match n/a
11 Christopher Daniels defeated Sedrick Strong Singles match n/a
12 Milano Collection AT defeated Ruckus Final Tournament match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place from June 16–17, 2006. The tournament brackets were:[32][47]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Ruckus
T.J. Mack Pin
Ruckus
Canadian Cougar
Canadian Cougar
Jake Manning Pin
Ruckus
Joey Ryan
Joey Ryan
El Generico Pin
Joey Ryan
Rod Steel
Rod Steel
Davey Richards Pin
Milano Collection AT
Ruckus
Milano Collection AT
Arik Cannon Pin
Milano Collection AT
TJ Wilson1
Reckless Youth
Chasyn Rance Pin
Milano Collection AT
Delirious
Krazy K
T.J. Wilson Pin
Krazy K
Delirious
Delirious
Human Tornado Pin

1. ^ Reckless Youth had to leave the event for unspecified reasons. Instead of his opponent receiving a bye to the semi-finals, a six-way match was held among the already eliminated participants to replace Youth in the tournament which was won by TJ Wilson.

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2007)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

July 13, 2007 in Orlando, Florida (Downtown Orlando Recreation Center)

# Results[4][20][48][49][50] Stipulations Times
1 Matt Cross (ROH) defeated Sal Rinauro (FIP) First round tournament match 10:22
2 Billy Roc (NWA Indiana) defeated Seth Delay (APW-GA) 6:53
3 Kahagas, Leon Scott, and The Sheik (with Larry Zbyszko and Mister Saint Laurent) defeated Heater, Pretty Fly, and Ray Beez Six-man tag team match 8:48
4 Erick Stevens (FIP) defeated Nooie Lee (FPWA) First round tournament match 12:48
5 Chasyn Rance (FIP) defeated Chi Chi Cruz (EWA) 5:46
6 Double Deuce (Frankie Capone and Pete Cannon) defeated Wrongful Death (Dagon Briggs and Naphtali) Tag team match 7:30
7 Chris Hero (Chikara) defeated Trik Davis (NWA-FSM) First round tournament match 12:19
8 The Bug defeated Dr. Reginald Heresy, Jack Manley, and Jerrelle Clark Four Corners match 7:20
9 Krazy K (GOUGE) defeated Scott Commodity (FIP) First round tournament match 10:10
10 Bruce Santee (FIP) defeated TJ Mack (AWA Superstars) 5:42
11 The Strong Brothers (Roderick Strong and Sedrick Strong) defeat The New Heavenly Bodies (Chris Nelson and Vito DeNucci) Tag team match 10:05
12 Adam Flash (MCW) defeated Sideshow (ACW) First round Tournament steel cage match 4:03
13 Mister Saint Laurent (with Larry Zbyszko) won a 19-man battle royal[Note 1] Rage In The Cage IX Weapons Battle Royal n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

July 14, 2007 in Port Richey, Florida (Jewish Community Center)

# Results[4][50][51][52][53] Stipulations Times
1 Krazy K (GOUGE) defeated Billy Roc (NWA Indiana) Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
2 Matt Cross (ROH) defeated Bruce Santee (FIP) n/a
3 Lex Lovett and Steve Madison defeated Chi Chi Cruz and Sedrick Strong Tag team match n/a
4 Chris Hero (Chikara) defeated Erick Stevens (FIP) Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
5 Chasyn Rance (ROH) defeated Adam Flash (MCW) n/a
6 Amy Love defeated Dr. Reginald Heresy Intergender match n/a
7 The Freak Foundation (Dagon Briggs & OG Scarface) defeat The Anarchy Suicide Squad (Havoc & Naphtali) Tag team match n/a
8 Chris Hero (Chikara) defeated Krazy K (GOUGE) Semi Final Tournament match n/a
9 Matt Cross (ROH) defeated Chasyn Rance (FIP) n/a
10 TJ Mack defeated Nooie Lee and Seth Delay Three Way Dance n/a
11 Sal Rinauro & Trik Davis defeated Inner Aggression (Bull Pain & Butch Long) and Scott Commodity & Shan Hill Three-Way Dance n/a
12 Chris Hero (Chikara) defeated Matt Cross (ROH) Final Tournament match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place from July 13–14, 2007. The tournament brackets were:[32][49][52][54]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Krazy K
Scott Commodity Pin
Krazy K
Billy Roc Pin
Billy Roc
Seth Delay Pin
Krazy K
Chris Hero Sub
Chris Hero
Trik Davis Sub
Chris Hero
Erick Stevens Pin
Erick Stevens
Nooie Lee Pin
Chris Hero
Matt Cross Sub
Chasyn Rance
Chi Chi Cruz Pin
Chasyn Rance
Adam Flash Pin
Adam Flash
Sideshow Pin
Chasyn Rance
Matt Cross Pin
Bruce Santee
TJ Mack Pin
Bruce Santee
Matt Cross Pin
Matt Cross
Sal Rinauro Pin

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2008)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

September 26, 2008 in Port Richey, Florida (New Lakes in Regency Park Civic Center)

# Results[4][55][56] Stipulations Times
1 Larry Sweeney defeated Tommy Taylor First round tournament match n/a
2 Jaison Moore defeats Rhett Titus n/a
3 Chasyn Rance defeated Icarus and Jerrelle Clark Three Way match n/a
4 Jon Davis defeats CJ O'Doyle First round tournament match n/a
5 Gran Akuma defeated Craig Classic n/a
6 Scott Davis and The Heartbreak Express (Phil and Sean Davis) (with Amy Vitale and Raymond Snow) defeated Austin Amadeus and The Lifeguards (Daron Smythe and Wade Koverly) Six-man tag team match n/a
7 Brad Attitude defeated Nooie Lee First round tournament match n/a
8 Sal Rinauro defeated Chris Gray n/a
9 911 Incorporated (Frankie Capone, Kory Chavis, and Shawn Osbourne) (with Ron Niemi) defeated Bruce Santee and Sideshow This was a 3-on-2 handicap match n/a
10 Kenny King defeats Jigsaw First round tournament match n/a
12 Erick Stevens defeats Chris Jones n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

September 27, 2008 in Brooksville, Florida (National Guard Armory)

# Results[4][5][56][57] Stipulations Times
1 Brad Attitude defeated Jaison Moore Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
2 Larry Sweeney defeats Sal Rinauro n/a
3 Gran Akuma defeated Jon Davis n/a
4 Erick Stevens defeated Kenny King n/a
5 Bumz R' Us (Mr. Milo Beasley and Ray Beez) defeated The House of Vitale (Lou The Fixer and Raymond Snow) (with Amy Vitale) Tables, Ladders & Chairs tag team match n/a
6 CJ O'Doyle, Craig Classic, J-Rod and Jigsaw defeated Chasyn Rance, Icarus, Moonshine McCoy, and Rhett Titus Eight-man tag team match n/a
7 Erick Stevens defeated Larry Sweeney Semi Final Tournament match n/a
8 Brad Attitude defeats Gran Akuma n/a
9 The British Lions (Chris Gray and Tommy Taylor) defeated Damballah and Mad Man Mandrake (with Amy Vitale), Fantastic Dantastic and K-Dizzy, Jerrelle Clark and Nooie Lee, The Heartbreak Express (Phil and Sean Davis), The Lifeguards (Daron Smythe and Wade Koverly), and The Loggers (Dagon Briggs and Jack Manley) Tag Team Gauntlet match n/a
10 Erick Stevens defeats Brad Attitude Final Tournament match n/a
11 Bruce Santee, Sedrick Strong, Sideshow, and Black Market (Joey Machete and Shawn Murphy) (with Amy Love and Danielle) defeated 911 Incorporated (Francisco Ciatso, Kory Chavis, Mike Shane, Ron Niemi, and Shawn Osbourne) Ten-man War Games match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place from September 26–27, 2008. The tournament brackets were:[32][58]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Brad Attitude
Nooie Lee Pin
Brad Attitude
Jaison Moore Pin
Jaison Moore
Rhett Titus Pin
Brad Attitude
Gran Akuma Pin
Jon Davis
CJ O'Doyle Pin
Jon Davis
Gran Akuma Pin
Gran Akuma
Craig Classic Pin
Brad Attitude
Erick Stevens Pin
Larry Sweeney
Tommy Taylor Pin
Larry Sweeney
Sal Rinauro Ref
Sal Rinauro
Chris Gray Pin
Larry Sweeney
Erick Stevens Pin
Kenny King
Jigsaw Pin
Kenny King
Erick Stevens Pin
Erick Stevens
Chris Jones Sub

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2009)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

November 20, 2009 in Brooksville, Florida (National Guard Armory)

# Results[22][59][60][61][62] Stipulations Times
1 Louis Lyndon (HYBRID) defeated Marion Fontaine (HYBRID) First round tournament match 11:05
2 Johnny Gargano (AAW) defeated Chris Jones (FIP) 13:30
3 Jon Moxley (CZW) defeated Brad Attitude (FIP) 12:00
4 Silas Young (AAW) defeated Dave Cole (HYBRID) 12:00
5 Shane Hollister (AAW) defeated Flip Kendrick (HYBRID) 12:15
6 T.J. Perkins (FIP) defeated Arik Cannon (AAW) 13:12
7 Egotistico Fantastico (CZW) defeated Scotty Vortekz (CZW) 16:00
8 Davey Richards (FIP) defeated Drake Younger (CZW) 22:47

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

November 21, 2009 in Crystal River, Florida (National Guard Armory)

# Results[22][60][63][64][65][66][67] Stipulations Times
1 Davey Richards (FIP) defeated Egotistico Fantastico (CZW) Quarter Round Tournament match 10:20
2 T.J. Perkins (FIP) defeated Shane Hollister (AAW) 10:08
3 Johnny Gargano (AAW) defeated Louis Lyndon (HYBRID) 8:08
4 Silas Young (AAW) defeated Jon Moxley (CZW) 14:08
5 The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis and Kory Chavis) defeated The James Boys (Luke and Rich James) Tag team match n/a
6 Davey Richards (FIP) defeated TJ Perkins (FIP) Semi Final Tournament match 11:44
7 Silas Young (AAW) defeated Johnny Gargano (AAW) 6:19
8 Drake Younger defeated Arik Cannon, Brad Attitude, Chris Jones, Dave Cole, Flip Kendrick, Marion Fontaine, and Scotty Vortekz Eight-Way Fray elimination match 19:00
9 Ron Bass defeated Sean Davis (with Amy Vitale and Phil Davis) Texas Bullrope match n/a
10 Davey Richards (FIP) defeated Silas Young (AAW) Final Tournament match 12:40

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place from November 20–21, 2009. The tournament brackets were:[32]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Louis Lyndon
Marion Fontaine Pin
Louis Lyndon
Johnny Gargano Sub
Johnny Gargano
Chris Jones Pin
Johnny Gargano
Silas Young Sub
Jon Moxley
Brad Attitude Sub
Jon Moxley
Silas Young Sub
Silas Young
Dave Cole Pin
Silas Young
Davey Richards Sub
Shane Hollister
Flip Kendrick Pin
Shane Hollister
TJ Perkins Pin
T.J. Perkins
Arik Cannon Sub
TJ Perkins
Davey Richards Sub
Egotistico Fantastico
Scotty Vortekz Pin
Egotistico Fantastico
Davey Richards Pin
Davey Richards
Drake Younger Sub

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2010)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

December 3, 2010 in Brooksville, Florida (National Guard Armory)[6][7]

# Results[6][7][23][68][69] Stipulations Times
1 Sami Callihan defeated Chris Dickinson First round tournament match n/a
2 Sugar Dunkerton defeated Scott Reed (with Larry Dallas) n/a
3 Craig Classic defeated Lince Dorado n/a
4 Arik Cannon defeated Brad Allen n/a
5 Bruce Santee defeated Milo Beasley Singles match n/a
6 Frightmare defeated Jake Manning (with Christopher Gray and Ron Niemi) First round tournament match n/a
7 Jigsaw defeated Christopher Gray n/a
8 Rich Swann defeated Grizzly Redwood n/a
9 Jon Moxley defeated AR Fox n/a
10 The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis & Kory Chavis) (c) defeated The Strong Brothers (Roderick Strong & Sedrick Strong) Tag team match for the FIP Tag Team Championship n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

December 4, 2010 in Crystal River, Florida (National Guard Armory)[6][7]

# Results[6][7][23][70][71] Stipulations Times
1 Jon Moxley defeated Sugar Dunkerton Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
2 Sami Callihan defeated Frightmare n/a
3 Arik Cannon defeated Craig Classic n/a
4 Rich Swann defeated Jigsaw n/a
5 Jon Moxley defeated Arik Cannon Semi Final Tournament match n/a
6 Sami Callihan defeated Rich Swann n/a
7 Chris Dickinson, Christopher Gray, Jake Manning and Scott Reed (with Christina, Larry Dallas and Ron Niemi) defeated AR Fox, Brad Allen, Grizzly Redwood and Lince Dorado Eight-man tag team match n/a
8 Sami Callihan defeated Jon Moxley Final Tournament match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place from December 3–4, 2010. The tournament brackets were:[32]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Sugar Dunkerton
Scott Reed Pin
Sugar Dunkerton
Jon Moxley Pin
Jon Moxley
AR Fox Pin
Jon Moxley
Arik Cannon Pin
Craig Classic
Lince Dorado Pin
Craig Classic
Arik Cannon Pin
Arik Cannon
Brad Allen Pin
Jon Moxley
Sami Callihan Pin
Sami Callihan
Chris Dickinson Sub
Sami Callihan
Frightmare Sub
Frightmare
Jake Manning Pin
Sami Callihan
Rich Swann Sub
Jigsaw
Christopher Gray Pin
Jigsaw
Rich Swann Pin
Rich Swann
Grizzly Redwood Pin

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2011)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

October 28, 2011 in Brooksville, Florida (National Guard Armory)[24][72]

# Results[73][74] Stipulations Times
1 The Scene (Caleb Konley & Scott Reed) won an 11-team battle royal.[Note 2] Eleven-team battle royal; as per the pre-match stipulations, the winning team earned a title shot against FIP Tag Team Champions The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis and Kory Chavis) in the semi-main event. n/a
2 Lince Dorado defeated Louis Lyndon First round tournament match n/a
3 Jerrelle Clark defeated Aaron Epic n/a
4 Mike Cruz defeated Pinkie Sanchez n/a
5 Bobby Fish defeated Jonathan Gresham n/a
6 Flip Kendrick defeated Johnny Vandal n/a
7 Papadon defeated Chris Jones n/a
8 AR Fox defeated Jake Manning n/a
9 The Scene (Caleb Konley and Scott Reed) defeated The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis and Kory Chavis) (c) Tag team match for the FIP Tag Team Championship n/a
10 Johnny Gargano defeated John Silver First round tournament match n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

October 29, 2011 in Crystal River, Florida (National Guard Armory)[24][72]

# Results[19][75] Stipulations Times
1 Jonathan Gresham defeated Aaron Epic, Chris Jones, Johnny Vandal, John Silver, and Louis Lyndon Six-Way match n/a
2 Mike Cruz defeated Jerrelle Clark Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
3 AR Fox defeated Flip Kendrick n/a
4 Bobby Fish defeated Papadon n/a
5 Johnny Gargano defeated Jonathan Gresham n/a
6 Uhaa Nation defeated Jake Manning (c) Singles match for the FIP Florida Heritage Championship n/a
7 AR Fox defeated Bobby Fish Semi Final Tournament match n/a
8 Johnny Gargano defeated Mike Cruz n/a
9 The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis & Kory Chavis) defeated The Scene (Caleb Konley & Scott Reed) and Pinkie Sanchez (with Larry Dallas) This was a 3-on-2 handicap match n/a
10 AR Fox defeated Johnny Gargano Final Tournament match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place on October 28–29, 2011. The tournament brackets were:[32]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Bobby Fish
Jonathan Gresham Pin
Bobby Fish
Papadon Pin
Papadon
Chris Jones Pin
AR Fox
Bobby Fish Pin
AR Fox
Jake Manning Pin
AR Fox
Flip Kendrick Pin
Flip Kendrick
Johnny Vandal Pin
AR Fox
Johnny Gargano Pin
Jerrelle Clark
Aaron Epic Pin
Jerrelle Clark
Mike Cruz Pin
Mike Cruz
Pinkie Sanchez Pin
Mike Cruz
Johnny Gargano Sub
Lince Dorado
Louis Lyndon Pin
Jonathan Gresham1
Johnny Gargano Pin
Johnny Gargano
John Silver Sub

1. ^ Lince Dorado had to leave the event due to a family emergency. Instead of his opponent receiving a bye to the semi-finals, a six-way match was held among the already eliminated participants to replace Dorado in the tournament, which was won by Jonathan Gresham.

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup (2012)[edit]

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 1[edit]

December 14, 2012 in Ybor City, Tampa, Florida[76]

# Results[76] Stipulations Times
1 Samuray del Sol defeated Eddie Rios First round tournament match n/a
2 Shane Strickland defeated Joey Janela n/a
3 Jonathan Gresham defeated Derek Ryze n/a
4 AR Fox defeated Jay Cruz n/a
5 Mike Cruz defeated Maxwell Chicago n/a
6 Lince Dorado defeated Johnny Vandal n/a
7 Jon Davis defeated John Silver n/a
8 Papadon (with Larry Dallas and Trina Michaels) defeated Charles Cardwell n/a

Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, Night 2[edit]

December 15, 2012 in Ybor City, Tampa, Florida[18]

# Results[18] Stipulations Times
1 Samuray del Sol defeated Jonathan Gresham Quarter Final Tournament match n/a
2 AR Fox defeated Shane Strickland n/a
3 Jon Davis defeated Mike Cruz n/a
4 Lince Dorado defeated Papadon (with Larry Dallas and Trina Michaels) n/a
5 John Silver defeated BJ Hancock, Black Baron, Derek Ryze, Eddie Rios, Jay Cruz, Joey Janela, Johnny Vandal and Maxwell Chicago Nine-man fray n/a
6 Samuray del Sol defeated Jon Davis Semi Final Tournament match n/a
7 AR Fox defeated Lince Dorado n/a
8 Milo Beasley defeated Larry Dallas (with Papadon and Trina Michaels) Ybor City Street Fight n/a
9 Samuray del Sol defeated AR Fox Final Tournament match n/a

Tournament bracket[edit]

The tournament took place on December 14–15, 2012. The tournament brackets were:[77]

Pin-Pinfall; Sub-Submission; CO-Countout; DCO-Double countout; DQ-Disqualification; Ref-Referee's decision

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                       
Eddie Rios
Samuray del Sol Pin
Samuray del Sol
Jonathan Gresham Pin
Derek Ryze
Jonathan Gresham Pin
Samuray del Sol
Jon Davis Pin
Maxwell Chicago
Mike Cruz Pin
Mike Cruz
Jon Davis
Jon Davis
John Silver Pin
Samuray del Sol
AR Fox Pin
AR Fox
Jay Cruz Pin
AR Fox
Shane Strickland Pin
Joey Janela
Shane Strickland Pin
AR Fox
Lince Dorado Pin
Johnny Vandal
Lince Dorado Pin
Lince Dorado
Papadon Pin
Charles Cardwell
Papadon Pin

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Notes
  1. ^ The other participants included were: Dagon Briggs, Dany Only, Dr. Reginald Heresy, Heater, Jay Sorrow, Kahagas, Leon Scott, Pete Cannon, Pretty Fly, Ray Beez, Shooter Storm, SNOW, The Bug, The Sheik, The Anarchy Suicide Squad (Havoc & Naphtali), and Inner Aggression (Bull Pain and Butch Long).
  2. ^ The other participants included were: Bryan Maddox & CJ O'Doyle, Brooklyn Shore (Francisco Ciatso & Mickael Zaki), Bumz R' Us (Milo Beasley & Ray Beez), Josh Rayne & Matt Ripley, Los Ben Dejos (Ben Dejo & Marty Con Dejo), Moco Loco & South Bronx Sadist, Ninja With Attitudes (Eddie Taurus & Kaotic Romeo), The Highwaymen (Butch Long & Marc Mandrake), The Misled Youth (Joshua Masters & Jude McKenzie), and The Worlds Largest All Knighters (Joey Knight & Shooter Storm).

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