From The Archives: Punk, Strong, Homicide And More

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We've dug into the archives to bring you four shows from FIP in 2004.

These shows include some huge names, including CM Punk's rivalry with Homicide and Roderick Strong fighting to prove his place in FIP.

Here are the cards and links to watch the events.

FIP: Emergence 2004 - Night One

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  • ​Scoot Andrews vs. Kahagas in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match
  • Lex Lovett vs. Joshua Masters in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match
  • Antonio Banks & Brian Gamble vs. Aaron Epic & Scott Hotshot
  • Jerrelle Clark vs. Slim J in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match
  • CM Punk vs. Vordell Walker in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match
  • Jason Cross vs. Rainman in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match
  • Austin Aries vs. Roderick Strong in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match
  • Justin Credible vs. Ralph Mosca in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match
  • Homicide vs. AJ Styles in a FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament First Round Match

FIP: Emergence 2004 - Night Two

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  • ​FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament Second Round Match #1
  • FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament Second Round Match #2
  • FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament Second Round Match #3
  • FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament Second Round Match #4
  • The Heartbreak Express (Phil & Sean Davis) vs. Lex Lovett & Sedrick Strong
  • Aaron Epic vs. Ryze
  • FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semifinal Match #1
  • FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semifinal Match #2
  • Jason Cross vs. Slim J vs. Roderick Strong vs. Vordell Walker
  • FIP Heavyweight Championship Tournament Finals

FIP: Fallout 2004 - Night One

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  • ​Salvatore Rinauro vs. Vordell Walker
  • Mikey Batts vs. Roderick Strong
  • Antonio Banks vs. BJ Whitmer
  • Azrieal vs. Rainman
  • Jimmy Rave vs. Eddie Vegas
  • Jerrelle Clark vs. The Insane Dragon
  • Don Juan vs. Jared Steele
  • Dan Maff vs. CM Punk in a No Disqualification Match
  • Homicide (c) vs. BJ Whitmer for the FIP Heavyweight Championship

FIP: Fallout 2004 - Night Two

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  • ​Mikey Batts vs. Don Juan
  • Antonio Banks vs. Jared Steele
  • Kahagas vs. Erick Stevens
  • 911 Incorporated (Mike Shane & Rod Steel) vs. Double Deuce Inc. (Frankie Capone & Marcus Dillon)
  • Roderick Strong vs. BJ Whitmer
  • DP Associates (Jimmy Rave & Eddie Vegas) vs. Jerrelle Clark & The Insane Dragon
  • Azrieal vs. Dan Maff vs. Rainman vs. Salvatore Rinauro
  • Homicide (c) vs. CM Punk in a Falls Count Anywhere Match for the FIP Heavyweight Championship

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