Full Force 2015: Night 207th February 2015
The Forum, Northallerton
- NGW Undisputed Championship Match -
- The Proven (Caz Crash & Sam Wilder) vs. 'The Amazing' Matt Myers & 'The Showstealer' Nathan Cruz
- 'The Mexican Sensation' El Ligero vs. 'Liverpool's No. 1' Zack Gibson
- NGW Tag Team Championship Match -
- Martin Kirby vs. Sam Wilder
- Destiny Rumble Qualifying Match -
In the beginning of the show, Richie West offered Robbie X £3,000 to walk away from the scheduled main event against NGW Undisputed Champion Rampage Brown. Robbie X left the ring. Martin Kirby came in and asked for a championship match, but Richie West instead put him in a match against Sam Wilder of The Proven.
Martin Kirby def. Sam Wilder by Pinfall
NGW Tag Team Championship Match:
The London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch) (c) def. 'The Armbar Superstar' Dan James & Liam Slater by Pinfall
While El Ligero and Zack Gibson were preparing for their next match, a cryptic video by Ligero's former tag team partner Dara Diablo played on screen. Gibson capitalised on the distraction and attacked the luchador.
'Liverpool's No.1' Zack Gibson def. 'The Mexican Sensation' El Ligero by Disqualification
Gibson spat in Ligero's face, to which Ligero responded with a low-blow, losing by Disqualification as a result. The Mexican Sensation also took his anger out on the referee.
Richie West informed El Ligero that he was suspending him for a month for hitting an NGW official.
Destiny Rumble Qualifying Match:
Cy Gregory def. James Drake by Pinfall
Gregory qualified for the Destiny Rumble, scheduled for March 1st at Hull City Hall.
Tag Team Match:
'The Amazing' Matt Myers & 'The Showstealer' Nathan Cruz def. The Proven (Caz Crash & Sam Wilder) by Pinfall
Robbie X ripped the cheque offered to him by Richie West, allowing the main event to take place as scheduled.
NGW Undisputed Championship Match:
Rampage Brown (c) def. Robbie X to retain the NGW Undisputed Championship
As Richie West ordered Rampage Brown to beat Robbie X down, Martin Kirby came down, stopped the attack and demanded a championship match for NGW's return to Northallerton in September.