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
Full Impact Pro World Heavyweight ChampionshipEdit
The FIP World Heavyweight Championship is the world heavyweight championship owned by Full Impact Pro. It is currently the highest ranked championship in FIP. The title was introduced on September 25, 2004 at FIP's "Emergence: Part Two" event as the FIP Heavyweight Championship. It was renamed the FIP World Heavyweight Championship on March 3, 2007, when then-champion Roderick Strong defeated Pac in Liverpool, England at the Ring of Honor (ROH) promotion's "Fifth Year Festival: Liverpool" event. Overall, there have been seventeen reigns shared among twelve wrestlers. Title changes happen mostly at FIP-promoted events, which are usually released on DVD. The title has changed hands four times at non-FIP events. Reigns two and four occurred at ROH-promoted events, while reigns 10 and 11 happened at Dragon Gate events.
The inaugural champion was Homicide, who defeated CM Punk in the finals of a two-night tournament that concluded on September 25, 2004 at FIP's "Emergence: Part Two" event. Davey Richards, Erick Stevens, and Roderick Strong are tied for the record of most reigns, with two each. At 476 days, Homicide's only reign is the longest in the title's history. Strong, with a combined two reigns, holds the record for most days as champion at 569.
Full Impact Pro Tag Team ChampionshipEdit
The FIP World Tag Team Championship is the tag team championship owned by the independent professional wrestling promotion Full Impact Pro. It is currently the third ranked championship in FIP, where it is contested for in their tag team division. It was created and debuted on April 22, 2005 at FIP's The Usual Suspects event.
Full Impact Pro Florida Heritage ChampionshipEdit
The Full Impact Pro Florida Championship is the second singles title contested for the independent professional wrestling promotion Full Impact Pro. The first FIP Florida Heritage Champion was crowned on March 10, 2007, when Erick Stevens defeated Roderick Strong in the finals of a one night tournament in Crystal River, Florida at the Eddie Graham Memorial Battle for the Belts.