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By James Bullock Jun 18, 2017 - 5:36 PM print

Welcome to another edition of The ROHbot Report – the only article you need for all the Ring of Honor news you have to know. ROH is gearing up for it’s second biggest event of the year. Lets find out what will go down at “Best in the World ‘17”.

“Best in the World ‘17” Preview; June 23rd, 2017; Lowell, MA

ROH World Championship: Christopher Daniels defends against Cody
Cody’s name was nowhere near the list of potential title challengers when the “War of the Worlds” tour cards were initially being put together, but “The American Nightmare” made sure his presence was known with or without anything to truly gain by attacking ROH World champion Christopher Daniels following his successful defense against Dalton Castle at “Supercard of Honor XI”. Cody took things up a notch by verbally taking Daniels to task for not being a “fighting” World champion and demanding Cody be added to the PPV title match on the twelfth by not using his stroke as champion to change the match. According to ROH’s website, Cody’s conversation with Daniels on ROH TV following the historic event was the forming of a verbal contract that, while wouldn’t stand in a court of law considering the wording during the exchange, cemented Cody’s spot in the “War of the Worlds: New York’s” main event. The night was a grand one and had all the makings of being historic after Daniels was driven through a table and left for dead while Cody and the other third of the pay-per-view match in Jay Lethal continued their rivalry. Cody trapped Lethal in the figure four leg lock, sending so much pain through Lethal’s body that he seemed to be on the verge of tapping out when Daniels utilized his Best Moonsault Ever to pin the prone Cody while he held Lethal down with the submission hold. The referee didn’t pay attention to the fact Lethal’s shoulders were touching the canvas as well while he counted down Cody to eventually give “The Almighty” the pin fall victory.
Cody made everyone know the truth: he was robbed of becoming the ROH World champion. From facts to conspiracies, Cody claimed the referee purposefully counted down Cody instead of Lethal because ROH management doesn’t want an unsigned free agent holding the company’s top prize. Cody proceeded to send a message to not only ROH management, but also Daniels by putting the champ on notice via a victory over Daniels’ best friend & tag team partner Frankie Kazarian. It wasn’t long after the episode aired where Cody bested and tried to hang Kazarian alongside Hangman Page was it announced Cody would get justice as he will do battle with the man who is nothing short of a ROH legend at the same event the introduce the world to ROH live on pay-per-view. While Cody is in the prime of his career and blazing a trail unlike anyone else in his position as a second-generation star who left the bright lights of WWE to prove himself as one of the best wrestling has to offer in a variety of companies around the world. Daniels, on the other hand, is in the twilight of his career; finally becoming a World champion at forty-six years of age. But with age has come incredible intelligence that has not only helped Daniels with the title, but also retain it like he did in New York. This match might not come down to talent, but who is the smartest man in the ring for a short period of time to allow that man to attain victory. This match has all the makings of being not only great, but also historic as it will undoubtedly dictate the future of ROH World Championship and whether or not someone not even signed with ROH will win & take the belt like others have threatened in the past.

ROH World Television Championship: Kushida defends against Marty Scurll
Three years ago, Kushida found himself standing across from the Television champion with the intent of achieving a goal few very have ever fulfilled by being a champion in two different mainstream promotions heralded as companies containing a roster of the best currently offered in all of wrestling. On that night Kushida obviously came up short. But, as seen in a ROH ring as well, Kushida’s loss that day didn’t stun him as he continued proving himself as the best junior heavyweight in the world by reigning in a stacked division. Returning to the States for ROH’s yearly “War of the World” tour alongside New Japan, Kushida started picking up wins and avoided being pinned (the latter in regards to the Four Corner Survival bout he didn’t win in New York) heading into his first-time clash with Marty Scurll for the ROH World Television Championship. The title bout was shown on ROH TV and delivered on being a fantastic match. But controversy arose as the match’s conclusion neared as Scurll was gearing up for the Chicken Wing when the lights dropped and Adam Cole appeared (wearing Scurll’s entrance attire) for the distraction that allowed Kushida to execute his Back to the Future maneuver to pick up the somewhat surprising win and his first ROH title – something Kushida’s proclaimed he’s wanted for years. Scurll tried to avenge the loss during his first tour of Japan as a part of New Japan’s Best of the Super Juniors tournament, but being separated by the two-block system and “The Villain” unable to get enough wins, the Bullet Club member watched as Kushida won his second BoSJ tournament that was topped by “The Time Splitter” regaining the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship at “Dominion” only a week later. Kushida is coming into this one with a wave of momentum, championships on both shoulders, and the knowledge that he can pin Scurll. It’ll be up to Scurll to come up with a plan that is fail proof even if someone like Adam Cole wants to get involved at the worst possible moment. This could be the era of “The Time Splitter” in ROH or the second reign of “The Villain” could begin following a match that has all the makings of being just as good, if not better than their first encounter.

ROH World Tag Team Championship: The Young Bucks defend against War Machine
When War Machine lost the ROH World Tag Team Championship during the annual ROH-New Japan “War of the Worlds” tour last year, their focus didn’t stay on regaining the gold, but getting revenge on the men responsible. What came from that was a series of matches that removed them from the Tag title scene while opening doors to something different – the shores of Japan. Getting a chance to tour with New Japan, War Machine found success quickly - culminating during “Sakura Genesis” where they became the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team champions. But something was still bugging them: the fact War Machine have done well in a brand new environment while sacrificing the status they had gained in what was once their sole home promotion. Recently on ROH TV, Hanson & Ray Rowe made sure to put everyone on notice that they were coming for the gold and, because of who is in possession of it, The Young Bucks as well. Though War Machine have been successful in New Japan and ROH as of late, the fact remains The Young Bucks have a pair of wins over their next challengers in 2017 under the ROH banner (and another one in PWG). Their most recent encounter was incredible – giving off the initial feeling this rematch should be just as good, if not better their previous clashes. The big question is whether or not War Machine can finally get the stars to align for them in the same way it did in New Japan when they won the IWGP Tag Team title. This might not look like a tall task for War Machine, but history tells a different story. Title change or not, expect a fantastic clash of styles to further make this event a memorable one.

ROH World Six Man Tag Team Championship: Briscoes & Bully Ray defend against Dalton Castle & The Boys
“War of the Worlds: Philadelphia” was meant to be a fun night for The Briscoes, Bully Ray & Dalton Castle. Though they were in the ring with four of the best New Japan had to offer, it was obvious that something had set in emotionally & mentally that forced everyone to act a little less vicious and a little more hilarious. But by the match’s end everything got serious and Los Ingobernables’ BUSHI decided he wanted to use his blinding mist to take his team to victory. But that’s when everything went wrong for the mixed quartet as The Boys saved Castle from being blinded. Unfortunately for Jay Briscoe he was still in the line of fire and couldn’t avoid the dangerous attack. Jay fell into a roll up that resulted in him being pinned – a rarity in ROH. Jay Briscoe obviously took exception to what happened and blamed The Boys for what he believed was an unnecessary loss. Since then, Jay has been hunting the trio in hopes of avenging the loss; going as far as to cost Castle a World title shot in Collinsville. In hopes of killing two birds with one stone, Jay has agreed for his team to put their title on the line for a first-time Six-Man Tag bout featuring one team that has been incredibly dominant since joining forces and another who hasn’t found the same level of success including on pay-per-view. Could this change in Lowell thanks to Jay’s anger blinding him just like the mist the last time Castle and Briscoes were in the same ring. If Castle & The Boys can do the seemingly impossible it will prove to be one of the biggest upsets in ROH history.

Jay Lethal vs. Silas Young
It had been over two years since these two men have shared a ring in singles competition before ROH’s most recent return to Lockport. Then, “The Last Real Man” was just getting his footing in ROH after failing to overcome some of the best ROH had to offer including Mark Briscoe. Jay Lethal, on the other hand, was attempting to return to the mountaintop he once occupied as the ROH Television champion. From their previous encounter that saw Lethal overcome Young, “The Greatest 1st Generation Wrestler” went on to become not only a two-time ROH World Television champion, but also the ROH World champion a year-plus after he bested “The Last Real Man”. Then came this year’s conclusion of the “Reloaded Tour”. The two men fought not once, but twice in one night. Their first encounter was a singles bout that saw the same result from their previous match where Lethal walked away as the victor. Though Jay won the battle that night, the spoils of war went to Silas Young as they both men were involved in the Honor Rumble match. They kicked off the match and wrestled throughout until they were the last two men standing. And in a somewhat shocking twist, Young eliminated the former World champion to earn himself a future ROH World title opportunity. Only two weeks after their clash during the “Tour”, Lethal and Young did battle yet again with “The Last Real Man” being unable to avenge his singles loss while Lethal continued to his quest toward regaining the championship he lost at “Death Before Dishonor XIV”.
It would take another six months before these two men found themselves standing across the ring from one another. During this encounter, Young had the home field advantage and took advantage of the situation to pick up a clean win over “The Franchise of ROH”. Young’s victory gave Silas the belief that he was deserving of more from ROH, but it was ROH management going to Lethal with opportunities presented such as sponsorship commercials. Attacking Lethal to make his point that Jay was less of a man deserving fewer opportunities in comparison to him, Young put a target on his back that Lethal looked to hit literally. Coming close to accomplishing his goal early was Lethal on ROH TV, but Beer City Bruiser took the figurative bullet before a tag match alongside Young against Lethal & Bobby Fish (another man who Silas angered over the last couple of months) turned out successful for them. It’s incredibly ironic that Young now has the same opportunity presented to him this time three years ago when he took on another ROH franchise player in Kevin Steen. Young came up short that night, but proved he had to potential of becoming a “big deal” in the company. While things didn’t pan out as planned for Young due to injuries and setbacks, he’s established himself as one of ROH’s unsung heroes while Lethal has taken the spotlight like very few before him. Their previous clashes have been nothing short of fantastic and this one should be no different as the lights are on bright and both men have the opportunity to establish themselves as a top contender in either the TV or World Heavyweight title divisions.

Strap match: Hangman Page vs. Frankie Kazarian
This match had to happen eventually for all the right reasons. Before Frankie Kazarian showed his true colors and helped his best friend overcome The Bullet Club and win the ROH World Championship at ROH’s “15th Anniversary”, “The Heavy Metal Rebel” found himself in the ring with five other grapplers including Hangman Page in hopes of becoming a top contender to the TV Championship. Thanks to his then-unknown temporary partnership with Page, Kazarian walked away with the win to unknowingly set up a glorious night for him and Christopher Daniels. From that night on, The Bullet Club’s enforcer took it upon himself to hunt down Kazarian. Page’s actions went beyond simple in-ring confrontations as Hangman not only cost Frankie the Television title, but also attacked him in the parking deck. Kazarian, who is usually a fun-loving guy in the ring not known for blood feuds, has been involved in some barbaric bouts including Ladder War VI and, most recently, his “War of the Worlds” match with Page that saw Hangman cheat his way to victory following one of the most disgusting moments in ROH history where they traded snot-filled spit. From that night on, Page has taken it upon himself to drive Adam Cole out of ROH while Kazarian has stepped up to prevent Hangman from strangling and whipping prone individuals such as the aforementioned Cole – thus setting the stage for a Strap match for the first time in ROH since “Final Battle ‘13”. Though Page is essentially hunting Kazarian, Frankie will be coming for blood in what should be another wild brawl full of hard-hitting action where Page could gain another big PPV win, or “The Heavy Metal Rebel” could make avenge his most recent pay-per-view loss while settling the score between himself and The Bullet Club once & for all.

Losing Faction Must Disband: The Rebellion (Kenny King, Shane Taylor, Caprice Coleman & Rhett Titus) vs. Search & Destroy (The Motor City Machine Guns, Jay White & Jonathan Gresham)
When The Cabinet transformed into The Rebellion last October they took aim at The Motor City Machine Guns. The reason wasn’t really explained, but it seemed they simply wanted to make a statement at Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin’s expense. Then fate played a role in their future interactions as The Rebellion and The Machine Guns had their sights set similarly in regards to talent happy to gain experience from former champion and main event stars alike. Lio Rush, Jay White and eventually Jonathan Gresham got caught in the middle of this brooding rivalry by choosing the sides of Sabin & Shelley – infuriating The Rebellion in the process. With Shane Taylor by their side, The Rebellion disposed of Rush, put Shelley on the injured list, and let everyone know that they were ready to take their opportunities, not wait for them. There are few bigger opportunities for the faction outside of title matches than taking on two men who changed tag team wrestling a decade ago without a sign of ability wane since their reunion last year (The Machine Guns) and two rising stars who could carry both ROH and New Japan to new heights (White & Gresham); but the opportunity potentially comes at a price. On ROH TV recently, a wild six-man tag between Search & Destroy and The Rebellion saw Kenny King interfere and Shelley attack & make the save before issuing a challenge: Search & Destroy vs. The Rebellion in an eight-man tag team encounter where the losing faction must disband. This could change the very dynamic of ROH’s tag team divisions as The Rebellion obviously wants to win gold to reemphasize the purpose of their forming, Gresham & Sabin have found themselves teaming lately in impressive showings, and Jay White has used the S & D banner to almost win both ROH Tag Team titles in less than four months. Kenny King & Rhett Titus have rediscovered themselves as a unit alongside Caprice Coleman while Coleman has established himself as more than a part-time “solid hand” since aligning with the aforementioned All Night Express. Shane Taylor, without his old tag partner, also found himself a place in ROH as a member of The Rebellion. Similar to Taylor is White and Gresham as they’ve truly gained purpose while sitting under the Machine Guns’ learning tree. It’ll be just as incredible to see how well all the participants of the broken faction fare without their group’s support as the match itself which should be crazy considering how wild the six-man version got on ROH TV leading up to this match.

The Kingdom vs. Ultimo Guerrero & El Terrible
For fans of pro-wrestling (not just lucha fans) who have been doing everything from reading magazines, to scouring the Internet, to watching ROH this past year have read, seen, and most likely enjoyed the work of a man who has been wrestling for almost thirty years now. Ultimo’s list of accomplishments are grand including the CMLL World Heavyweight, World Light Heavyweight, World Tag Team, World Trios Championships and now the NWA World Historic Middleweight champion. Last year, Guerrero made his ROH debut, making it to the semifinals of the World Six-Man Tag Team tournament before losing to the eventual winners in The Kingdom. He’s been considered one of the best rudos of his generation and the next while feuding with some of the best luchadors seen in the last two decades including Atlantis. Ironically enough, some of the biggest rivals of Guerrero have come in contact against another veteran of the mat wars and the man making his ROH debut during one of ROH’s biggest weekends of the year, El Terrible. El Terrible, in his twenty-five years as a wrestler, became the CMLL World Heavyweight champion for the first time in 2012; holding the title for over three years. During that time El Terrible has wrestled in New Japan, defeating the likes of Hiroshi Tanahashi and even defending the CMLL Tag Team title alongside Tama Tonga. A master of the figure four leg lock and his La Terriblina inverted belly-to-back slam, it’ll be interesting to see what El Terrible brings to the table in ROH and if he can follow suit in comparison to his fellow CMLL stars who have stepped into the honorable ring against a tandem who have bested his partner his partner in the past.

The ROH Board of Directors have begun signing matches for the international television taping the night following Best in the World! The first match to be signed is a return bout with origins in Mexico: Matt Taven vs. Ultimo Guerrero!

As noted by ROH when announcing this match, it was this time last year Matt Taven was still on the injured list thanks to a ACL & MCL tear that happened the year prior. Unlike most ROH stars coming from injury, Taven made his in-ring return in CMLL instead of Ring of Honor to great success. Ironically enough, Taven’s first three matches in CMLL were successful trios outings with two of those matches featuring himself teaming with the legendary Ultimo Guerrero. So it was only fitting that Taven and Guerrero crossed paths in ROH when both were involved in the inaugural World Six-Man Tag Team title tournament that saw not only Taven’s Kingdom become the company’s first champions, but also bested Team CMLL consisting of Guerrero en route to accomplish the feat. One night removed from “Best in the World” where another CMLL contingent featuring Guerrero will do battle with The Kingdom, Taven and the legendary Ultimo will fight in a singles contest that will be a battle of two generations – a rematch from their Two Out of Three Falls match for the NWA World Historic Middleweight title in March. What appeared to be a terrible mismatch of styles turned into a highly entertaining surprise in CMLL. This is where Taven could pick up a big singles win over a lucha legend and avenge his loss in Guerrero’s home promo, or Ultimo could pull off the big surprise where an international talent does one better than a ROH star in ROH.

A tag team match has been signed for the “Best in the World” TV taping and its stakes are dependent on the outcome of the ROH World Tag Team title match at the pay-per-view: War Machine vs. Motor City Machine Guns!

2017 has been a wonderful year for War Machine thus far as the pair has dominated the heavyweight tag division of New Japan. Ray Rowe & Hanson have decimated tag teams in ROH. Most importantly, War Machine attained championship glory in 2017. The same can’t be stated about The Motor City Machine Guns. Rather than focus on finally becoming the ROH World Tag Team champions, Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin spent the rest of 2016 and 2017 thus far as mentors to the men they feel is the future of ROH. Now, for the first time, War Machine and Alex Shelley – one brutal force and one of the most innovative teams in wrestling history – will fight with the possibility of not only having a must-see bout, but also one that sets the stage for an even bigger moment in the tag team division as this two-on-two Davids vs. Goliaths battle could be for the ROH World Tag Team Championship if War Machine can best The Young Bucks for the gold the night prior.

The ROH World Six Man Tag Team title may be on the line as Bullet Club looks to expand their world domination on June 24th: The Briscoes & Bully Ray vs. The Bullet Club’s Young Bucks & Hangman Page!

When ROH announced there were would a Six-Man Tag Team Championship The Briscoes and The Bullet Club wanted the glory to their names. Unfortunately for both teams their plans didn’t pan out initially. While The Young Bucks went about securing their spot as the premier tag team in ROH, The Briscoes found an unexpected ally in their quest for another tag team title to add to their already impressive list of accomplishments in Bully Ray. Only two nights into their partnership, The Briscoes & Ray defeated The Kingdom & Silas Young to become the second Six-Man Tag Team champions in ROH history – beginning a reign that has seen them defeat the likes of Dalton Castle & War Machine, the CHAOS contingent of Hirooki Goto & Roppongi Vice, and even The Bullet Club’s Guerrillas of Destiny and, ironically enough, Hangman Page. But this will be a different trio of Bullet Club representatives including a tag team who have kept The Briscoes away from that record-breaking ninth ROH World Tag Team title reign. Depending on what happens in Lowell the night before this match may or may not be for the World Six-Man Tag Team title. No matter the circumstance from a championship perspective expect this to be a wild match that could give the fans what they want in the end – a bout where the rules are thrown out of the window for a match that could change an entire division.

It is with great excitement that Ring of Honor announces that the Women of Honor will be in action and the matches will be taped to air as a special Women of Honor edition of Ring of Honor Wrestling television including this match: Kelly Klein vs. Deonna Purrazzo vs. Karen Q!

September 2015 witnessed the unexpected happen in the restoration of ROH’s Women of Honor division as an unknown entity supported by BJ Whitmer made her debut in quick fashion as she choked out her first ROH opponent. This growing force known as Kelly Klein spent the next year choking out opponent after opponent – demanding respect from competitors and detractors alike and Karen Q seemed to be no different. Having done exceptionally well in a ROH Dojo tryout, Q was put to the test immediately in her ROH tenure by stepping into the ring with Klein. But little did Karen know that she had something of a guardian angel watching over her that night. A week prior, Deonna Purrazzo made her ROH return after an extensive tour around the world. Purrazzo’s first match back proved to be rough for her as Klein not only used her End of the Match guillotine choke, she held onto the hold well after the submission victory. Taking exception to Klein’s actions, Purrazzo distracted Kelly in her match with Q that allowed Karen to add a wrinkle to Klein’s undefeated streak as she lost to Karen by count-out. Now Klein is out for revenge & looking to avenge all in one match against two women who she feels have wronged her. Though this is a Triple Threat match, it would be imperative for Q & Purrazzo to work together and work Klein out of the match to ensure one of the other would attain victory. But that’s easier said than done and a vengeful Klein could decimate one rising star and one of women’s wrestling’s brightest new stars in a fantastic bout.

Also signed for the special Women of Honor episode is Mandy Leon vs. Jenny Rose!

When it comes to the latest iteration of the Women of Honor division, the early version of Mount Rushmore would consist of Kelly Klein, Deonna Purrazzo, Taeler Hendrix and, of course, Mandy Leon. Probably the most known ROH graduate since Rhett Titus and Cheeseburger, Leon has impressed against a variety of opponents in the division including a No Disqualification match where she fell short to Hendrix. But before Leon was one of the faces of a division she was being taught how to survive in the ring courtesy of Jenny Rose. Rose, someone who too has learned in the ROH Dojo, took Leon under her wing and even was a part of Mandy’s first professional match – an unsuccessful one for Leon thanks to the experience of Rose overcoming “The Exotic Goddess’” raw talents. Since that night these two have found themselves on both sides of the ring – as opponents and most recently as tag team partners. This continued rivalry won’t reach its zenith or anything like that here, but will continue a rivalry centuries old – the story of teacher vs. student where the student tries to prove she knows enough to finally overcome one of her mentors in the division she hopes to rule.

The New Japan Pro-Wrestling G1 Special takes place on July 1st & 2nd in Long Beach, CA at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center. At War of the Worlds, it was announced that New Japan would be creating a IWGP US Championship and that former ROH World Champion Jay Lethal was the first competitor announced for the tournament. Now, ROHWrestling.com can confirm that Lethal will face long-time nemesis Hangman Page in the first round of the tournament to crown the inaugural champion!

This news is definitely not surprising considering the confrontation between Lethal and Page occurred during the championship’s announcement during “War of the Worlds: New York”. Unlike a lot of the other potential matches during the tournament that will feature the likes of former ROH World champion Michael Elgin and former World Television titleholder Tomohiro Ishii, Kenny Omega coming off his classic second bout with Kazuchika Okada, former IWGP Heavyweight & Intercontinental champion Tetsuya Naito, Zack Sabre Jr. & Juice Robinson this bout will be a lot more heated due to the problems Lethal has had with The Bullet Club over the past year. With Hangman gaining more of a following in New Japan due to his consistency with touring Japan compared to Lethal there’s a chance the “Franchise of ROH” might fall to Page in what would be a shocking a upset in their home promotion.

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