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By James Bullock Oct 15, 2017 - 8:48 AM 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 has teamed up once again with New Japan for a huge four-night tour with the final leg – Chicago – will air on iPPV while the Columbus & Pittsburgh shows airing live exclusively for Ringside Members (ROH’s paid subscription service) for free. Lets find out has & what will go down during the “Global Wars” tour.

“Global Wars: Buffalo” Results; October 12th, 2017; Buffalo, NY
- Deonna Purrazzo def. Sumie Sakai
- The Dawgs def. Coast To Coast
- Kushida def. Adam Page
- Jay Lethal def. Frankie Kazarian
- Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki & The Killer Elite Squad) def. War Machine & Mark Briscoe
- Mandy Leon def. Jenny Rose
- Hiromu Takahashi def. Christopher Daniels
- The Bullet Club (Cody & Marty Scurll) def. CHAOS (Toru Yano & Yoshi-Hashi)
- Punishment Martinez def. Will Ospreay
- ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship: The Bullet Club (The Young Bucks & Kenny Omega) def. The Kingdom to retain

The first-ever “Global Wars” tour is off to a strong start from an in-ring perspective and an even stronger start from an attendance perspective as the event became standing-room only after a few dozen spots were opened for people who were up for standing that entire event – which wasn’t that bad considering a lot of the action following the first two matches had the fans on their feet for its majority. Though most of the matches featured results that weren’t too surprising, there were some interesting moments that were definitely unexpected. Look no further than the main event. Enforcing the Freebirds Rule (now known as “The Elite Rule”), Kenny Omega was able to defend the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championship alongside champions The Young Bucks against The Kingdom in a bout that reportedly stole the show with a finish of a lifetime (the Meltzer One-Winged Angel). There was also the invention of the “one sweet” gesture during the match.
Earlier in the night, Jay Lethal returned to his winning ways by besting Frankie Kazarian and motioned afterwards that he’s gunning for the ROH World Championship yet again. With Dalton Castle out due to a back injury there’s a chance Lethal could step up and we’ll be seeing Cody-Lethal III in the very near future. In regards to champions, everyone other than Will Ospreay and Hangman Page had a marvelous night. In easily the most surprising result of the evening, Punishment Martinez did what Goliath couldn’t against the David-like Ospreay. The aforementioned match was called by many as the second best match of the night featuring Martinez besting the new IWGP Jr. Heavyweight champion just days after Ospreay’s historic win over Kushida – who ironically defeated Page earlier in the evening. There was also a very emotional moment midway through the event where Bully Ray made an unexpected appearance to thank the fans & soak in the adulation of people who had witnessed him wrestling only a couple of minutes away during the heyday of ECW. What originally looked like a B-level tour when originally announced has already turned into something must-see if the results & fan reception are a true indication of the event’s quality – and it’s only the first show of four.

“Global Wars: Pittsburgh” Results; October 13th, 2017; Pittsburgh, PA
- Hiromu Takahashi def. Mark Briscoe
– The Best Friends def. The Dawgs

– Jay Lethal def. Jay White
– ROH World Tag Team Championship: The Motor City Machine Guns def. The Young Bucks and The Kingdom in a Triple Threat match to retain
– Jenny Rose, Mandy Leon, & Deonna Purrazzo vs. Britt Baker, Fay Jackson, & Sumie Sakai
– Proving Ground Instant Reward Television Championship match: ROH Television champion Kenny King def. Punishment Martinez, Kushida, Matt Taven, and Josh Woods
– War Machine def. The Killer Elite Squad
–Minoru Suzuki def. Silas Young
– ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship: The Bullet Club (Cody, Kenny Omega & Marty Scurll) def. CHAOS (Will Ospreay, Yoshi-Hashi & Toru Yano) to retain

The second show of this tour & the first iPPV offering of three started off on an unintended low note thanks to an injury to Mark Briscoe’s elbow after a minute-long fistfight with Himoru Takahashi. Things turned around following the second bout where the Best Friends defeated The Dawgs thanks to interference from Cheeseburger (does that mean the feud between Ferrara and Cheeseburger must continue?) when Jay Lethal stepped into the ring with Jay White. Their first-time encounter arguably stole the show as White took the fight to the former World champion and was only one Kiwi Crusher to hit an ace crusher topped off by the Lethal Injection that allowed Lethal to win a twenty-plus minute match that not only gave Lethal another big win heading toward his goal of challenging for the World title again, but also elevated White in the eyes of everyone as he gave the fight of a lifetime that made everyone believe there was a chance for an upset.
Not to be outdone was the subsequent bout where The Motor City Machine Guns successfully defend the ROH World Tag Team Championship against former champions The Young Bucks and The Kingdom’s Vinny Marseglia & TK O’Ryan. For fifteen minutes these three teams went all out and delivered what some would call a “spotfest.” But ignore those crabby people and simply take in the awesomeness of this bout that saw The Young Buck’s More Bang For Your Buck turn against them when Chris Sabin cradled Matt Jackson midway through the move to retain. The post-match antics saw The Addiction attack the champs, only for the Best Friends to make the save and give fans a potential glimpse into the future of a Machine Guns-Best Friends title match in the near future. Unfortunately the rest of the show was just good. The Women of Honor finally got their just due on iPPV in a solid six-man tag where, surprisingly hometown hero Britt Baker was on the losing team. The Instant Reward match was also fast-paced, but got a little sloppy in the closing moments; though Kenny King winning the way he did definitely helped his cause as a fighting champion. Bully Ray cut another promo similar to the one done in Buffalo, but not any less emotional.
Both matches featuring Suzuki-Gun members were also good. War Machine and The Killer Elite Squad can’t have a bad match, but with a little extra time this match could’ve reached classic status – something their rivalry is missing when it comes to their clashes in the United States. Minoru Suzuki and Silas Young did battle like only real men can … until the very end. While it’s fine ROH is looking to protect Young, the fact is interference from The K.E.S. on behalf of Suzuki to help him win is one of those things a lot of people were dreading when it was announced more than one person associated with Suzuki-Gun would be involved in this tour. The main event was definitely fun for those who were in attendance as it was obvious the crowd was eating out of the palms of The Bullet Club’s hands, but for those watching on iPPV it definitely felt like a semi-main or post-intermission type of match seen in New Japan (which is probably why the crowd loved it so much as it was exactly what they paid for in regards to an inter-promotional show).
While a good show from an overall perspective, the fact it was an iPPV (for Ringside members) still made this show slightly disappointing. As a standalone house show it’s perfectly fine with two fantastic matches happening early. As an iPPV it didn’t live up to the usual standards from an in-ring perspective when it came to things post-intermission mostly due to apparent time limitations (the rushed natures of the Instant Reward, K.E.S. vs. War Machine, & Suzuki vs. Young) and The Bullet Club in the mood to really entertain the live audience without it translating well onscreen (the stream quality, on the other hand, was fantastic). With two more shows to go this will be looked upon as the slight dip in quality before another boost happens in Columbus and/or Chicago that makes fans who don’t see it live immediately purchase the replay.

“Global Wars: Chicago” Preview; October 15th, 2017; Chicago IL

The Bullet Club( Cody, Adam Page & The Young Bucks) vs. Search & Destroy (Motor City Machine Guns, Jonathan Gresham & Jay White)
The Bullet Club loves to run deep – something Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin discovered in 2016 when Adam Page turned on ROH to join the “Biz Cliz” ranks. Hanging Sabin with a noose was only a precursor to what The Bullet Club had in mind when it came to tag team dominance in ROH. By the fall season of 2016, Sabin & Shelley made a call to arms – people sick of Bullet Club’s antics and men wanting to build up ROH as well as their careers have reach a new level could study under the impressive tree groomed by The Motor City Machine Guns. What came from Shelley & Sabin’s decree was the formation of Search & Destroy – a faction where mentors Shelley & Sabin helped the youth of Honor showcase their talents without relying on nefarious actions. Jay White, Lio Rush, Jonathan Gresham & Donovan Dijak saw the positivity of what The Machine Guns were offering in both wars with The Bullet Club &, most importantly to the faction, The Rebellion. The Machine Guns also profited from having a group of young competitors to keep them on their toes by having to lead by example. No better example of true leadership came at “Death Before Dishonor XV” when The Machine Guns ended a championship drought to become the new ROH World Tag Team titleholders. But that title loss by The Young Bucks has infuriated the brothers and because of that anger their Bullet Club brothers are on the hunt alongside them. Representing The Bullet Club in Chicago will be none other than the man who once strung up Sabin for the world to see and the ROH World champion who will take great delight in making someone kiss the ROH ring he has adorned his right ring finger with since ROH returned to Atlanta. This match has all the makings of being completely insane with potential championship implications in place to ensure the winning team either put themselves in title contention or prove that the days of The Bullet Club’s dominance are coming to an end thanks to brainchild of one of the most innovative teams in wrestling history.

IWGP United States Championship: Kenny Omega defends against Yoshi-Hashi!
This is big news considering the original announcement in regards to Kenny Omega was that he would only appear in Chicago for the tour’s final show and it wasn’t guaranteed he’d even defend the IWGP United States title during that show. After making it past Juice Robinson, Omega rolls into October with the type of momentum that will really make for some magical moments including his first title defense on American soil against an adversary from a rival faction in Yoshi-Hashi. Beyond their problems as men on opposing wrestling groups, both have been responsible for unexpected shortcomings for the other. Last year saw Yoshi-Hashi defeat “The Cleaner” in the G1 Climax tournament that Omega would eventually win, but only after being placed behind the figurative eight-ball due to his Yoshi-Hashi loss. Omega exacted some revenge a few months later when Kenny bested his adversary to retain his contracted match for “WrestleKingdom” & the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. They haven’t had a singles battle since September 2016, but have been in the ring with each other dozens of times in multi-man tag team bouts. Omega is reasonably considered one of the best wrestlers in the world today while Yoshi-Hashi is highly underrated and can easily hang with the best of the best. This should be a fantastic way to cap off the tour and maybe even feature a surprising title change live on iPPV.

Suzuki-Gun (Minoru Suzuki & The Killer Elite Squad) vs. Jay Lethal, Mark Briscoe & Kenny King (Tentative to change due to Mark Briscoe’s injury)
When Suzuki-Gun enters an arena it’s something of a spectacle – the sight of men not only flashy with personalities for days, but also tougher than tough. Suzuki-Gun is as legitimate as it comes, dominating in every promotion the faction’s been a part of since forming in 2011. On the opposite end of the spectrum, long-time ROH competitors Jay Lethal, Mark Briscoe & Kenny King have history not as partners, but opponents throughout various times & matches. King alongside Rhett Titus had a blood feud with The Briscoes in 2011 that culminated in The All Night Express winning the third Ladder War. Jay Lethal did a masterful job of keeping the ROH World Television & World titles away from Mark Briscoe when Lethal held the belts respectively. But this a chance for three men of discernable Honor to prove to a group who will gladly break any rule in the book to win what pure talent can bring to the table; and how it can result in victory. This is another bout that will be an interesting clash of styles where brawling, high flying grappling & maybe some illegal activities all come together to make for one memorable encounter.

Will Ospreay vs. Flip Gordon
Oh, this is the definition of “high-flying insanity” if there ever was a match. The former Television champion Will Ospreay was heralded as a great acquisition for ROH almost a year ago; proving his worth on his first night by becoming the TV champion. Though his reign as Television champion ended only two nights later, Ospreay continued to impress any time he entered a ROH ring. Though having the athletic ability of an Olympic gymnast, Flip Gordon didn’t enter ROH with the same type of buzz Ospreay gained over 2016. Instead, Gordon was given a chance and proved himself worthy of a ROH contract. Gordon has done well thus far in ROH against competition on his tier level, but Ospreay will prove to be on a completely different level – a man just like himself with more experience and having faced some of the best both ROH and New Japan have to offer in just the past year alone. “The Aerial Assassin” has also helped the likes of Jay White reach a new level in front of a crowd who didn’t expect so much from his opponent. This could be an early breakout moment for Gordon in what should be nothing short of the most awe-inspiring match of the evening.

Marty Scurll vs. Hiromu Takahashi
The end of 2016 proved to be a turning point in the respective careers of Marty Scurll and Hiromu Takahashi. The latter spent a majority of his career as a New Japan young lion in excursion with CMLL & ROH. By the time ROH headed to the UK for its “Reach For the Sky” tour the man formerly known as “Kamaitachi” returned to his home promotion with a huge chip on his shoulder. Very similar to Takahashi upon entering essentially a new world, Marty Scurll made his ROH debut that would turn into one of the best successive nights of his career thus far as he ended the tour with the ROH World Television Championship in his possession. Not long after Scurll’s victory, Takahashi bested Kushida to become the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight champion to establish himself as one of the best in the world. But by the summer season of 2017 things had turned south for both men as the championships they used to catapult their careers were taken from them by a single man, Kushida. At “War of the Worlds: Liverpool”, both Scurll and Takahashi tried to avenge their losses to Kushida by ending his TV title reign in a Four Corner Survival match, but it wasn’t meant to be. In hopes of regaining champ status in their home promotions, Scurll and Takahashi will do battle for the first time in singles competition in what should be a great mix of hilarious action & technical acumen. The Bullet Club and Los Ingobernables haven’t seen eye to eye, but have also mostly steered clear from each other. This could also ignite a stable war no matter the winner in this battle of two incredibly villainous individuals.

Silas Young & Beer City Bruiser vs. Best Friends
Coming off the biggest singles win of his ROH career thus far, Silas Young has refocused on becoming a ROH champion alongside the only man in wrestling he gets along with, the Beer City Bruiser. But “Milwaukee’s Worst” aren’t the only men with ROH Tag gold in mind. After winning a six-man tag bout to formally introduce themselves to the ROH audience before “Best in the World”, the Best Friends of Beretta & Chuck Taylor put everyone on notice that they are a definitive team to beat if they want to move up the rankings. Young & Bruiser, though they haven’t reached champ status yet in ROH, are a very talented tandem that won the most recent Tag Wars series last year. For the Best Friends this is a huge chance to reassert themselves as a duo worthy of a title opportunity in the very near future. Though this one doesn’t have the same international flavor of the card’s majority, expect it to be a really good bout made to open the show.

The Addiction vs. Kushida & Cheeseburger
A little over a year ago, Cheeseburger got to live his dream by teaming with the legendary Jushin “Thunder” Liger” for a tag team encounter against The Addiction. Little did Cheeseburger know that his team was actually good enough to win, producing, arguably, the biggest upset of the year in ROH. The Addiction didn’t take kindly to the loss, attacking both men and actually injuring Liger. Over a year later another living junior heavyweight legend stands alongside Cheeseburger in an effort to ruin the night of two men who would love nothing more than to take Cheeseburger away from the fans who adore him so much. They could actually kill two birds with one stone by putting Kushida – a highly respected former ROH TV champion that fans truly enjoy seeing – out of action as well. With Kushida by his side, Cheeseburger could make it two for two against The Addiction in Chicago and might even have himself a new international partner that takes him to the Promised Land in either ROH or New Japan.

Colt Cabana vs. Toru Yano
Comedy, thy name is this match. In over twenty combined years when looking at the careers of Colt Cabana and Toru Yano one resounding thing connects the two in terms of style: hilarity. By embracing a style unlike any thing since in their respective home promotions during a time when everyone wanted to be strong style, Colt Cabana and Toru Yano stood out from the pack while attaining status in & out of the ring – both men even have producer credits to their names. But most importantly, championships are greatly associated with both men as they’ve captured many a Tag Team title. They’ve definitely found success by themselves including both picking up huge wins over the believed best their respective companies have to offer with Cabana pinning Jay Lethal before last year’s “Global Wars” and Yano gaining a point in the G1 Climax thanks to his Yano Special working well against Kenny Omega. This will be unlike anything excepted from a ROH-New Japan inter-promotional match, but will definitely leave a positive mark on the card by doing what both men are known for doing best – being different from its contemporaries.

The fallout from the Global Wars tour will be felt in Philadelphia as the stars of Ring of Honor descend upon the 2300 Arena for a night of fast-paced, in-your-face action that only ROH can deliver on October 20th! In the City of Brotherly Love War Machine challenges The Motor City Machine Guns for the World Tag Team Championship!

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. Before “Best in the World ‘17”, War Machine earned themselves a shot at the ROH World Tag Team title; only to have their two-on-two match with then-champions The Young Bucks turn into a Triple Threat that essentially cost them the chance to attain champion status in two promotions at the same time. Recently on ROH TV, Hanson & Ray Rowe made sure to put everyone on notice that they hadn’t forgotten what happened in Lowell over the summer and were still coming for ROH gold. But things have changes since “Best in the World” as The Young Bucks are no longer the champs thanks to the talents of The Motor City Machine Guns finally paying off when it comes to challenging for the ROH World Tag Team title. In their sole match against each other, The Machine Guns actually have a win over Ray Rowe & Hanson that, ironically enough, occurred right after “Best in the World”; and it was a fantastic encounter. But since then War Machine has been on the warpath; picking up wins and championship gold along the way. There’s a good chance Philadelphia could be the site of another ROH Tag Team title change, but The Machine Guns do know the formula to defeat the men bent on world domination. This has all the makings of being another fantastic tag team encounter that has become the norm in ROH as of late.

Two of Ring of Honor’s fastest rising stars will meet in Philly in what should be an explosive bout: Punishment Martinez vs. Josh Woods!

In 2016, then-Punisher Martinez burst on the ROH scene thanks to his involvement in the 2016 Top Prospect Tournament. Martinez’s mix of size, strength & uncanny agility made him one of the few participants to watch from a long-term perspective. It would take almost a year for Martinez to really find his groove in ROH even though his imposing figure allowed for many early successes. During the time Martinez was finding his place in ROH, Josh Woods followed Punishment’s lead and went one-step further by winning the 2017 Top Prospect Tournament in impressive fashion. Though he doesn’t have the figure of a man who could break you in a split second like Martinez, “The Goods” can break you quickly thanks to his background in mixed martial arts and general training that has made him one of the most dangerous submission specialists going today. This will be a monumental test for both men as Martinez’s ability to overcome a probable grappling disadvantage will be the thing that could be the determine faction as to whether or not Woods topples the giant in a bout that should get a lot of people talk about the high levels of potential each man has.

One of the most-heated rivalries in Women of Honor history comes to a head in the City of Brotherly Love! For the very first time in Ring of Honor, two former best friends and training partners do battle in Philly: Deonna Purrazzo vs. Karen Q!

Having done exceptionally well in a ROH Dojo tryout, Karen Q was put to the test immediately in her ROH tenure by stepping into the ring with Kelly Klein. But little did Karen know that she had something of a guardian angel watching over her that night. A week prior to Klein vs. Q, 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. On the hunt for revenge while hoping to avenge her loss to Q, Kelly took on both Karen and Purrazzo in a bout that aired on the latest Women of Honor ROH TV special. It seemed Q & Purrazzo were on the same page; planning to put Klein out of the match to determine the better between two people who had shown nothing but respect for each other. But that respect factor was thrown out of the window when Q took advantage of a knocked out Deonna to pin her after disposing Klein from the ring. Since then Q has turned it up a notch in terms of violence, bashing veteran Sumie Sakai after a successful match and even costing Purrazzo her rematch against Klein. In an effort to really make a name for herself in the division at a fast pace, Q might have put herself behind the figurative eight-ball by making an enemy of someone who has traveled the world, impressed in various promotions, and become a real figurehead of the Women of Honor. If Karen can pull off the unexpected here without assistance, this could shake up the Women of Honor division; especially if ROH pulls the trigger and crowns a champion in the near future.

The anticipation for Ring of Honor’s inaugural Soaring Eagle Cup on October 28th continues to build with the announcement of two star-studded first-round matches that exemplify the prestige of the eight-man, one-night tournament. None other than the ROH World Champion Cody will compete for the Cup, as he faces the man he won the title from, Christopher Daniels. In the other first-round match that was announced, former ROH World Champion Jay Lethal takes on The Kingdom’s Matt Taven.

This year has been a tumultuous one for Christopher Daniels – a man who finally achieved World champion status, only to have the fans turn against him in favor of a rebel looking to win by any means necessary. Ironically enough that man will step into the ring with Daniels for the fourth time this year (second time in singles competition) thanks to this tournament in the ROH World champion. Cody will come to Michigan with the knowledge of how to defeat Daniels not only once, but twice in one night as he won the title from “The General” at “Best in the World ‘17” before retaining the gold in a Two Out of Three Falls match on ROH TV. Cody also has a moral victory over the grand slam champion by defeating Frankie Kazarian on ROH TV with the World title on the line. But Daniels does have a pin fall victory over Cody when they first clashed in a Triple Threat match at “War of Worlds: New York”. They have great chemistry and this will be a fantastic first round encounter.
Though Cody and Daniels have recent history that everyone talks about whenever they’re around each other, that rivalry can’t compare thus far to what started in 2014 when Jay Lethal aligned himself with Truth Martini en route to become a two-time ROH World Television champion shortly after Martini dropped Matt Taven from The House of Truth. Taven took exception to not only Martini’s actions, but also Lethal’s as the then-champ did everything in his power to keep Matt away from the title he held for a majority of 2013. When “Field of Honor ‘14” concluded, Taven walked away from the rivalry defeated and focused on tag team competition while Lethal grew into the face of ROH by winning the ROH World champion and having great matches with a variety of opponents. This could prove to be a huge moment for Taven follows the lead set by Silas Young by besting Lethal here. Lethal needs to get back in his winning ways if he wants to not let his era slip and men like Taven take the moniker of ROH’s “franchise.”

Ring of Honor is home to “The Best Wrestling on the Planet,” and since 2004, the Survival of the Fittest tournament has brought together the top stars of ROH to prove who truly is the best of the best. This year, the prestigious tournament takes place during the weekend of Nov. 17-19, starting at Austin Highway Event Center in San Antonio, Texas; then moving on to Gilley’s Dallas; and concluding at Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma!

Ring of Honor has truly been into tournaments this year, but none compare to ROH’s first true tournament tradition in “Survival of the Fittest”. The tournament has been won by the crème de la crème of ROH competitors including Bryan Danielson, Roderick Strong, Jay Lethal, Tyler Black, Michael Elgin, Eddie Edwards, Adam Cole, and, most recently, Bobby Fish. The “SotF” has also helped set the stage for not only big World title matches, but also World title changes – something that could happen again thanks to what happens over the course of three nights (a first in the tournament’s history as it has never spanned more than two nights). With the tournament happening across three nights there’s a good chance this will feature the largest field in history. It should be very interesting to see how everything plays out when names for the tournament are announced in the near future.

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And there you have it. Show that love, or like, for The ROHbot Report and Honor Nation on its Facebook page. Also, if haven’t already, make sure you listen to the latest FREE “Honor Nation” as I talk about Hell in a Cell 2017, UFC 216 and more (http://www.wewantinsanity.com/am2/publish/free_audio/Bounded_By_Legacy_Hatred.shtml). And don’t forget to send those questions in for the next “Honor Nation either through the comments section below, on Facebook (The ROHbot Report and Honor Nation on its Facebook page), on Twitter (@fasjab), or by e-mailing me at Bullock@wewantinsanity.com.
Here’s to a great week for you and yours; and as always, thanks for reading.

Till Then.

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