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By James Bulloclk Feb 26, 2018 - 8:05 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 is gearing up for its return to the Hammerstein Ballroom and Las Vegas for two huge events including ROH’s “Anniversary” event. Lets find out some of the major announcements that’ll potentially make these events historic as well as results from ROH’s most recent tour of Japan.

Honor Rising: Night 1 Results; February 23rd, 2018; Tokyo, Japan
-Bad Luck Fale & Yujiro Takahashi defeated Toa Henare & Katsuya Kitamura

- Jushin Thunder Liger, Delirious & Cheeseburger defeated Guerrillas of Destiny & Hikuleo
- The Young Bucks defeated Juice Robinson & David Finlay
- Flip Gordon defeated Hiromu Takahashi and KUSHIDA
- Jay White & Best Friends defeated Dalton Castle, Jay Lethal & Ryusuke Taguchi
- NEVER Openweight Championship: Hirooki Goto (c) defeated Beer City Bruiser
- The Bullet Club (Cody, Marty Scurll & Hangman Page defeated Kenny Omega, Kota Ibushi & Chase Owens
Honor Rising: Night 2 Results; February 23rd, 2018; Tokyo, Japan
– Beer City Bruiser defeated Toa Henare
– Jay Lethal, Juice Robinson, & David Finlay defeated Yujiro Takahashi, Chase Owens & Hikuleo
– Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI defeated Flip Gordon & Ryusuke Taguchi
– NEVER Openweight Six-Man Tag Team Championship: Bad Luck Fale & Guerrillas of Destiny (c) defeated Jushin Thunder Liger, Delirious & Cheeseburger
– The Young Bucks & Hangman Page defeated Jay White, Chuck Taylor & YOSHI-HASHI
– ROH World Championship: Dalton Castle (c) defeated Beretta & Beer City Bruiser
– Kenny Omega & Kota Ibushi defeated Cody & Marty Scurll

Some rather interesting results partnered with some even more interesting developments. Look no further than the ROH World title match. Beer City Bruiser had the weekend of his wrestling life as his failure to become the NEVER Openweight champion in a very good match with Hirooki Goto turned into an opportunity to win the ROH World title as he was added to the title bout out of nowhere (though it was most likely done to help Beretta not wrestle a singles match with a torn pectoral). The match itself was really good and BCB might be on the road to having more tours of Japan in his future. The same can be stated about Flip Gordon as his Japanese wrestling debut started with a shocking win over former IWGP Jr. Heavyweight champion Himoru Takahashi in a bout that also featured Kushida. Though Gordon couldn’t make it two for two, the first ROH wrestler from Montana set a career precedent for himself over the course of both nights. Adam Page also staked his claim as a man to watch not only in ROH, but also New Japan as “The Hangman” won the main event of Night 1 for his team then pinned IWGP Intercontinental champion Jay White at Night 2. Page took things further than just being happy about a victory; attacking White after the bell and causing The Young Bucks to throw their hands up in disgust.
Actually, Matt & Nick Jackson found themselves at a crossroads when it comes to fixing the riff that is hindering The Bullet Club. With Page and Marty Scurll apparently siding with Cody and Kenny Omega reforming The Golden Lovers with Kota Ibushi, its up to The Young Bucks to make cooler heads prevail. Unfortunately they found themselves heated after the second show’s main event. In a stellar bout, The Golden Lovers defeated The Bullet Club contingent of Cody & Scurll before Omega declared he wanted to become one-half of the best tag team in the world – drawing the ire of The Bucks who saw that as a slap in their faces. All in all these are arguably the best pair of “Honor Rising” events since ROH started the tradition two years ago as there were not only great matches, but also progressed storylines and breakout moments for several ROH stars.

On Saturday, March 3rd Ring of Honor returns for another sold out show in NYC that HonorClub members will also enjoy live! The main event has been announced and will be the epitome of mayhem as The Bullet Club’s Young Bucks, Marty Scurll & Adam Page will battle SoCal Uncensored & Shane Taylor in an Ultimate Mayhem match!

In the early 2000s the state of California was a hotbed for producing talent that would change the very face of professional wrestling in the near future. John Cena, Bryan Danielson, Samoa Joe, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, all these names and more gained noteworthy prominence in California before becoming worldwide successes. But there were others who were just as good, if not better than the aforementioned names heralded as kings of the underground before attaining varying levels of notoriety for their antics in & out of the ring. Associated with the latter are three men who have spent a great amount of time traveling up & down the west coast while growing more & more tired with the fact the level of respect they believe they deserve hasn’t been bestowed upon them by the fans or the promotions housing their talents: Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky.
Ironically enough another pair of west coast stalwarts and bonafide California boys The Young Bucks have found themselves as the faces of wrestling’s latest revolution – a change in the business where the fans understand just how important they are in helping the wrestlers live a life of freedom without sacrificing financial security. Thanks to The Young Bucks’ growing popularity in the mainstream eye alongside The Bullet Club brand, men like Adam Page have benefited both financially and in the ring as Page attained his first ROH title teaming with Nick & Matt Jackson. It was The Hung Bucks’ successful defense at “Final Battle 2017” that Daniels, Kazarian & Sky – eventually known as “SoCal Uncensored” – made their presence known by attacking the trio and setting the stage for an inevitable clash for the ROH Six-Man gold SoCal Uncensored rightfully established themselves as top title contenders by defeating one-third of the champs while Page teamed with Marty Scurll & former ROH World champ Cody. That title match occurred on ROH TV with Bully Ray having to right a wrong when Sky used the Six-Man title belt to knock out Matt Jackson for a Daniels pin fall victory. The match was restarted and The Hung Bucks walked away still the champions.
Before that night, SoCal Uncensored tried to win the mental war prior to their bout by attacking The Young Bucks and attempting to break their legs. While Page saved the day, Marty Scurll couldn’t as he was paid by the California trio to beat him up & leave him unconscious backstage. Scurll used his villainous tactics to pin Taylor in a singles match that followed (a match that occurred before the aforementioned Six-Man title bout). Though The Bullet Club gained a measure of revenge on ROH TV, they want blood; but so do SoCal Uncensored & Shane Taylor – potentially getting their wishes in ROH’s answer to War Games without the steel cage or double rings. This eight-man match will see two men from the opposing teams start off and after five minutes another wrestler will enter the ring determined by the winning side of a coin flip. Teams will alternate every two minutes until all eight men are in the ring. The match cannot end until all eight men are in the ring and must end by pin fall or submission! This should be absolutely wild and unlike anything seen during the night no matter the winning side. With this event airing live courtesy of the HonorClub, this match alone should be worth the price of a subscription.

The Experience at Manhattan Mayhem will feature the two competitors in the main event of the ROH World Championship match at 16th Anniversary squaring off against one another in tag team action featuring international stars from CMLL making their New York City debuts: Dalton Castle & Volador Jr. vs. Jay Lethal & Ultimo Guerrero!

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. In 2016, Guerrero made his ROH debut; ending up the semifinals of the World Six-Man Tag Team tournament before losing to the eventual winners in The Kingdom. Ultimo returned to great fanfare during “Best in the World” weekend as well as ROH’s “War of the Worlds: UK” tour where he avenged his loss to The Kingdom in the prior and had a magnificent lucha showcase in the latter.
Before Guerrero’s return to ROH last year, Volador Jr. made his ROH debut at the historic “Supercard of Honor XI”. Before that night, Volador Jr. became renown since debuting in CMLL in 2001 where the second-generation grappler eventually won championships in his home promotion and abroad including NWA titles. Volador Jr. also has experience working in New Japan; almost winning last year’s Best of the Super Juniors tournament. Volador Jr., the master of the Ataque Depredador (a double knee backbreaker), will come into this bout with a perfect record in ROH having won his debut match alongside Will Ospreay against Dragon Lee & Jay White. Their respective partners are on a collision course for the World title in Las Vegas; giving the world an early preview of what could happen at ROH’s “16th Anniversary” pay-per-view. Getting a victory here would be a huge momentum gain for the World champion or his future challenger. To top it off if Ultimo Guerrero can pin or submit Castle, of if Lethal takes the fall to Volador Jr. before becoming a two-time ROH World champion it would most certainly secure the respective luchador a future World title opportunity. It’ll be incredibly interesting to see how these teams gel considering their differing styles and attitudes.

Flip Gordon gets his biggest Bullet Club test yet in New York City in the former ROH World champion Cody!

“Welcome to Ring of Honor!” is a phrase that’s haunted Flip Gordon since his joined the ROH roster full-time courtesy of The Bullet Club. On various episodes of “Being The Elite”, Gordon’s good nature has been used against him as The Bullet Club have tricked, choked and, of course, super kicked him whenever it seemed like they were simply welcoming him to ROH or playing a “harmless rib.” For obvious reasons, Flip has taken exception to the actions of wrestling’s most powerful faction going today; looking to do whatever he can in his power to stand up for himself and put The Bullet Club members who have been hounding him for months in their places. Gordon planned to gather help from all corners of the wrestling community to help push back the growing influence The Bullet Club has on not only ROH, but the wrestling business & its wrestlers as a whole. Unfortunately for Gordon his plans didn’t pan out as he hoped; resulting in him not only losing a chance to become a Six-Man Tag Team champion, but also his men like Scorpio Sky turning on him. But time has a way of healing all wounds as seen during recent episodes of “Being The Elite” where Gordon has been offering his psychologist services to help The Young Bucks while hoping that maybe his actions will help him accomplish a goal: to be a part of the “All In” event Cody & The Young Bucks are financing in September. ROH now wants to help Gordon accomplish his goal, but it’s up to the fans to take things one-step further. With this year’s “Manhattan Mayhem” featuring “The Experience” – a style of event where certain match stipulations are chosen by the fans – Gordon will have the chance of battling the former ROH World champion in either a Lumberjack match, a Two Out of Three Falls bout, or, most importantly right now, a chance to be a part of “All In” if he wins a normal singles bout. This isn’t the first time these two have shared a ring, but for Flip it’ll be their most important meeting thus far in what has all the makings of being an exemplary bout.

The fans will choose Kenny King’s partners for their match against Silas Young, Brian Milonas & Beer City Bruiser be it ROH World Tag Team champions Motor City Machine Guns, The Briscoes, Coast to Coast, The Kingdom, or Best Friends!

When Kenny King became the new ROH World Television champion at “Death Before Dishonor XV” he had a declaration in mind that would dictate the future of his reign if his first defense proved to be successful. By defeating Josh Woods on ROH TV, King found the confidence to proclaim that any time he was on a ROH card in singles competition his TV title would be on the line. King’s words gained the attention of several ROH competitors to the point Ring of Honor decided the champ would have a chance to test his mettle (and his luck) against three of them – Silas Young, Shane Taylor and Punishment Martinez at “Final Battle ‘17”. The night wasn’t an expected one for King as the defending champ saw his title reign come to a screeching halt like so much beer bottle on skull. Actually, that’s exactly why King’s TV title run ended when Young bashed one of Beer City Bruiser’s beer bottles over the titleholder’s head to knock him out behind the referee’s back to eliminate him from the match that would eventually end with “The Last Real Man” becoming the new ROH World Television champion. Since that night in New York, King has be constantly reminding Young both on the microphone and during physical confrontations that he’s coming for him and the TV title.
Brian Milonas decided he wanted a piece of the K-I-N-G; aligning himself with “Milwaukee’s Worst”. Unfortunately for Young, the numbers advantage didn’t prove to be an advantage at all for him as King defeated “The Last Real Man” to become a two-time TV champion. Now King will enter the site where he lost his first TV title to Young with the fans deciding who will be by his side (with the four teams that aren’t chosen being put in a Four Corner Survival Tag bout). The potential trios in regards to this match could be very interesting. The Briscoes have a great amount of bloody history with King dating back to 2011. The Motor City Machine Guns helped end not only The Rebellion faction King was a part of, but also The All Night Express tag team King & Rhett Titus turned into a golden name in ROH. Coast to Coast helped Kenny get a big win over the same trio he’ll be battling here on ROH TV leading up the TV title match while King hasn’t had many problems in regards to The Kingdom or Best Friends; though both duos could be thinking about singles glory that could occur at King’s expense in the near future. ROH is offering the fans of New York an experience and it could produce one memorable six-man tag simply thanks to the potential two matches the fans will witness due to their choices.

ROH matchmakers have been searching around the globe for top talent to face Punishment Martinez and partnerships with New Japan, CMLL, and RevPro have given the Board of Directors quite a pool of talent to choose from. In New York City, Martinez takes on a CMLL star making his U.S. debut, Soberano Jr.!

Ten years after making his in-ring, Soberano Jr. had the greatest year of his career thus far; winning the Torneo Gran Alternativa alongside Caristico and becoming the CMLL Mexican National Welterweight champion – a title he holds as of this announcement – in 2017. 2018 thus far has been great for Soberano thus far with him actually successfully defending his Welterweight title in Korakuen Hall during the Fantastica Mania tour in his first of potential many shows in New Japan. Standing across the ring from the masked man will be someone whose towering presence is only matched by his highflying ability, Punishment Martinez. Martinez is coming off a big loss to Dalton Castle for the ROH World Championship and needs to restart his winning ways. Unfortunately, the Hammerstein Ballroom hasn’t been a great place of success for Martinez thus far where he didn’t win a number one contender’s battle royal at last year’s “Manhattan Mayhem” and, most recently, failed to become the new Television champion. This should be an interesting clash of lucha David and evil Goliath where Soberano, in his ROH debut, could overcome the much larger ROH star, or fall South of Heaven.

It will be a celebration of 16 years of amazing Ring of Honor action on Friday March 9th when ROH presents 16th Anniversary! In news that broke on this week’s Ring of Honor Wrestling, Dalton Castle will defend the ROH World Championship against one of the greatest ROH World champions, Jay Lethal!

When Dalton Castle became the new ROH World champion at “Final Battle ‘17”, Jay Lethal didn’t waste any time informing “The Peacock” that he wants a shot at the championship that he once held alongside the World Television title between 2015 & ’16. Though Lethal simply asked for a title opportunity while warning Castle about wrestlers aplenty gunning for him and his championship, the fact is only three years after making his official ROH debut the tables have turned to show the world of a seismic shift in the company. In 2015, only one match deep in ROH, Dalton Castle found himself with the opportunity of a lifetime. On that night in Baltimore, Castle took the opportunity turned down by Donovan Dijak to challenge Lethal for his then-Television Championship. Castle’s impressive showing that night put him on the ROH map and set a course for him that would end with him sharing the ring with Lethal once again, but this time with him standing with a World title in his possession and Lethal challenging. Since “Death Before Dishonor XIV”, Lethal has been gunning for the World title; coming up short against the likes of Christopher Daniels and Adam Cole. Unlike his previous title shots, Lethal will step into the ring with a man he’s not only teamed with recently, but also, most importantly, defeated in both singles & multi-man competition. Lethal is also experienced on the grand stage of Honor that could overwhelm the unprepared. Castle proved under the brightest of lights he can not only hang with the best, but also beat the best. This could be Castle’s crowning achievement thus far in ROH – defeating the “Franchise of ROH”. For Lethal, this is could be the chance he’s been working toward for almost two years. Most importantly, this could be one of the best ROH PPV main events in quite some time; the best since last year’s “Anniversary” show that also saw the World title change hands.

In Sin City, The Briscoes have a chance to take back what they have referred to as “their property,” the ROH World Tag Team Championship, for the ninth time when they fight champions The Motor City Machine Guns!

2017 proved to be a moment where Jay & Mark Briscoe – arguably the greatest tag team in ROH history – found themselves at a fork in the road when it comes to where they saw the future of their time as a duo in ROH. Both men had found some level of success by themselves, but it was as a brotherly unit that Dem Boys made gained their greatest success in Ring of Honor and, arguably, in all of wrestling. It was in 2017 that Bully Ray was added to the Sandy Fork package; helping Jay & Mark become the second Six-Man Tag Team champions. All was going well until a bad night ended with Jay Briscoe taking a rare pin fall loss thanks to The Boys’ interference gone wrong in an eight-man tag bout. Jay Briscoe became obsessed with getting revenge and found himself being lectured by Ray to the point he grew tired and attacked the legend. Jay clobbering Bully with a table also proved to be a wake-up call for brother Mark as the former ROH World champion altered his blood that either it’s about The Briscoes or about Mark doing his own thing; there for forgoing his family. Mark made his decision and returned by his brother’s side so they could go after another record-breaking Tag title reign. Ironically enough, it was during this time of mental & eventual physical conflict between The Briscoes and Bully Ray that The Motor City Machine Guns finally became the ROH World Tag Team champions by defeating The Young Bucks at “Death Before Dishonor XV”. But this is more than just a title match where one team feels they deserve to be called champions over the other.
Over a decade ago, Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley were, arguably, the hottest tag team in all of professional wrestling; warranting admiration and a fans’ want to see them compete against the best tandems any wrestling company had to offer. In April of 2007, ROH made a dream match become reality when management acquired the talents of the then-named “Murder City Machine Guns” to battle “The Baddest Tag Team on the Planet” that just so happened to also hold the ROH World Tag Team Championship at the time. The match proved to be one of the greatest in ROH history, with The Briscoes pulling off the victory after forty-five minutes of action. One year later, the rematch occurred and The Machine Guns made up for the loss in another great match that, while not heralded as a classic it was actually just as good, if not better than their previous contest.
It would take another six years before The Machine Guns were back in ROH and ready to attain the championship they never could win even after besting Dem Boys, but came up short. Last year they finalized their trilogy at a live event where The Briscoes walked away with a big victory; only for Sabin & Shelley to achieve what Jay & Mark couldn’t by ending the year as ROH Tag Team champions. By defeating Best Friends, The Briscoes solidified their positions as the next men in line to challenge Detroit’s own in their fourth ROH battle in eleven years featuring a pair of brothers who have declared they will battle the world to prove they are still the “baddest tag team in ROH” history and two men who might not be blood related, but have become inseparable in wrestling while innovating when no other tag team could many years ago. Depending on the amount of given to this match expect nothing short of a classic yet again with the probability of new champions being crowned in the end.

Cody will be coming after Matt Taven in a Grudge match in Las Vegas

2017 proved to be a rough year for Matt Taven’s version of The Kingdom. After ending 2016 as Six-Man Tag Team champions, The Kingdom suffered an unexpected turn of events that led to them losing the title, TK O’Ryan being forced out of action due to a nasty leg injury, and Taven & Vinny Marseglia failing to get any traction as a duo. Claiming conspiracy by ROH management to hold him & his crew down, Taven has declared no more in 2018 as he has started an impressive winning streak that will prevent ROH from supposedly ignoring his & The Kingdom’s talents. Cody, on the other hand, found great success in 2017 to the point he’s taking credit for ROH’s record-breaking attendance records and PPV buy rates in the year. So what better way for Taven to definitively establish himself as one of the best ROH has to offer than by taking down the ROH Wrestler of the Year in 2017? Taven put Cody on notice in Philadelphia right after the latter failed to retain his ROH World Championship. Kicking Cody in the family jewels, Taven set the stage for their battle in Memphis where “The American Nightmare” avenged the disgraceful act by not only shattering Taven’s dreams, but also pinned him on ROH TV.
But it was Taven who got the last laugh that night in “Music City” as he & The Kingdom attacked Cody after the match. Topping off another kick to Cody’s groin was Taven stealing the Ring of Honor ring and forcing an unconscious Cody’s lips to kiss the ring. Since that night The Kingdom have dominated The Bullet Club any time Cody is in the ring as seen live on iPPV in “Honor Reigns Supreme”. With Cody’s mind so focused on proving his superiority over Kenny Omega this might be the biggest opportunity for Taven as he can achieve one of, if not his biggest singles victory on PPV since he won the World Television Championship in his first ROH contracted match. For Cody this is a chance to gain some major momentum heading into the battle for The Bullet Club at “Supercard of Honor XII”. Their match on ROH TV felt like only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to something greater – that greater could happen in Las Vegas.

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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 the potential end of the WWE brand split and more (http://www.wewantinsanity.com/am2/publish/free_audio/31_Mins_Honor_Nation_Splitting_on_the_Brand_Extension.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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