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By James Bullock Nov 5, 2017 - 7:24 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 without stepping in the ring. (Although you can step in the ring here) Ring of Honor is debuted in a new market while producing the first “Soaring Eagle Cup” this past weekend. Lets find out what went down.

Soaring Eagle Cup Results; October 28th, 2017; Mt. Pleasant, MI
- Soaring Eagle Cup Qualifier: Dalton Castle def. Flip Gordon to advance
- Soaring Eagle Cup Qualifier: Frankie Kazarian def. Jay White to advance
- Soaring Eagle Cup Qualifier: Matt Taven def. Jay Lethal to advance
- Soaring Eagle Cup Qualifier: ROH World Champion Cody and Christopher Daniels went to a time limit draw
- Soaring Eagle Cup Qualifier: Silas Young def. Cheeseburger to advance
- ROH World Tag Team Championship: The Motor City Machine Guns def. The Dawgs and Adam Page & Nick Jackson to retain
- Soaring Eagle Cup Finals: Dalton Castle def. Silas Young, Frankie Kazarian, and Matt Taven

Ring of Honor debuted in not only a new market, but also presented a tournament that would give some of the best of the best rising & established ROH stars a chance to showcase their talents in front of a jam-packed house. Reportedly the show turned out wonderfully thanks to the high quality of action seen during the opening round matches specifically Castle-Gordon and Cody-Daniels III that went to a twenty-minute time limit draw. Taking advantage of the situation created by Cody being unable to do what he did during “Best in the World” weekend by defeating Daniels, and “The General” failing at avenging those losses was none other than Silas Young who convinced ROH management to give him and an opponent of their choosing a chance to fight for the final spot in the finale. Instead of having the prototypical single-elimination style eight-man tourney, ROH made the finale a Four Corner Survival Elimination match – which is somewhat shocking considering “Survival of the Fittest” is right around the corner and uses the same style of match to determine the overall winner.
The finale saw Castle not only win, but also gain every elimination in the process – putting a wave of momentum behind him heading into “Final Battle ‘17” and his believed clash with Cody for the ROH World Championship. Outside of tournament action was the first-time teaming of Nick Jackson & Adam Page in two-on-two competition thanks to Matt Jackson being at home celebrating his kid’s birthday; coming up short against The Motor City Machine Guns alongside The Dawgs. The match was said to be crazy fun and further proof that no matter where someone is on the figurative tier list in ROH they can produce high quality action. This seems like a must-see live event that doesn’t have any major storylines attached to it, but represents everything that was, is, and hopefully forever will be Ring of Honor.

Ring of Honor Elite comes to Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, November 11th! The night will be centered around the event’s namesake, The Elite. The Trio of Bullet Club stars whose global popularity is rivaled by few, take on three of the most-popular stars in ROH today in a six-man dream main event: The Elite (Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks) vs. Jay Lethal, Dalton Castle & Kenny King!

With the announcement of Kenny Omega being a part of ROH’s return to Florida it was excepted he would be in at least one tag team bout and what an impressive one to state the least. On one side of the ring will stand The Bullet Club’s Elite – a threesome featuring the current IWGP United States champion and two-thirds of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team champions. On the other are three men who have witnessed The Bullet Club’s dominance firsthand and even at their own expense. In an effort to answer the open challenge handed out by ROH World champion Cody, Dalton Castle put a target on himself that eventually saw the former Six-Man champion get attacked and left injured for better part of two months. Castle returned during “Global Wars: Chicago” and immediately took out his aggressions on Cody – thus angering the rest of Bullet Club in the process. Prior to that, Kenny King found himself targeted by The Bullet Club, specifically Adam Page and Marty Scurll as King prepared to challenge for the Television Championship at “Death Before Dishonor XV”. King proved his superiority over Page and Marty Scurll on both ROH TV and iPPV. Ironically enough, a year ago it was Jay Lethal in the same positions as his partners in his quest to regain the ROH World Championship taken from him at the hands of then-member Adam Cole. Since that series of interactions and thrilling matches, Lethal has been in the ring with multiple Bullet Club members including his opponents here. On the road to “Final Battle” this could be the perfect chance for this first-time trio to not only best The Elite, but also become champions. During the “Global Worlds” tour, The Elite utilized what has now become known as “Bullet Club Rules” – meaning any three members of the faction wrestling at the same time can defend the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship so long it’s in The Bullet Club’s possession. At an event practically named after half of the main event there’s a chance The Elite could be bested in a major championship situation. No matter if the title is on the line, this has all the makings of being a late entry on the list of great ROH matches seen thus far this year.

The ROH World champion Cody has a blanket open challenge and on social media promised he would be defending the ROH World Championship in Ft. Lauderdale, Lakeland, San Antonio, Dallas, and Oklahoma City. An international star, a legendary Jr. Heavyweight who is no stranger to wars with The Bullet Club has stepped up and answered the challenge for Ft. Lauderdale: Cody defends against Rocky Romero!

Since winning the ROH World Championship Cody has taken it upon himself to be a fighting man’s champion; defending his title against almost anyone in his path. But unlike most honorable champions of the past such as Bryan Daniels and Samoa Joe who too spent a majorty of their respective reigns taking on one-off challenger after one-off challenger, Cody has prided himself in winning by any means necessary. But before Cody became the ROH World titleholder and a member of wrestling’s most powerful faction going today, Rocky Romero was waging war against the group by attempting to take any championship in the faction’s possession. Romero has the chance of a lifetime iu hopes of doing what the likes of Christopher Daniels, Minoru Suzuki, SANADA and Kushida before him couldn’t by stopping “The American Nightmare” in a state that has seen the Rhodes family thrive. “Mr. Azucar” is one of the most underrated talents of his generation – a show stealer both as a tag team competitor and by himself. Though Romero has found success in ROH as a part of a team this could be the moment of truth for him as he takes on one of the best the business has to offer in a match that should be one of the event’s brightest highlights.

Championship gold will be decided in Fort Lauderdale when a team that claims they were the victims of a conspiracy challenges for the gold in Florida: The Motor City Machine Guns defend the ROH World Tag Team Championship against The Kingdom’s TK O’Ryan & Vinny Marseglia!

Since TK O’Ryan returned from an injury that unintentionally helped end The Kingdom’s reign as the first ROH World Six-Man Tag Team champions, the New England trio has condemned ROH management for conspiring against them; trying to hold down three men who gladly proclaim they do whatever they want whenever they feel like. But before the supposed conspiracy began, The Kingdom proved their worth as a unit by winning the aforementioned Six-Man title by besting Search & Destroy in the championship’s inaugural tournament at last year’s “Final Battle”. Fast forward to the night after “Death Before Dishonor XV” and a similar fact can be stated: The Kingdom defeated Search & Destroy. One night after Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin finally became the ROH World Tag Team champions, they teamed with Jonathan Gresham to do battle with all The Kingdom and shockingly lost thanks to Matt Taven’s infamous walking cane being used as a weapon behind the referee’s back. Most recently on ROH TV, O’Ryan sacrificed a potential win over Gresham just to stick it to The Machine Guns by attacking “The Octopus” three-on-one style until Shelley & Sabin made the save. What should’ve been just a simple title defense has gotten incredibly personal as The Kingdom don’t care how they win and who they hurt along the way; especially members of Search & Destroy. While the champs do have a moral victory over The Kingdom thanks to their involvement in a Triple Threat match during “Global Wars: Pittsburgh”, the fact is Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia & TK O’Ryan have shown they can steal victory from the jaws of defeat without a bit of shame in regards in how they accomplish that feat. The Machine Guns will have to be on the top of their games if they want to prevent a somewhat surprising title change in Florida.

The tag team scene has never been hotter in Ring of Honor! A ROH World Tag Team Title match has already been signed for ROH Elite while three teams will meet to jockey for position in an ultra-competitive, crowded tag team field: Best Friends vs. The Addiction vs. The Bullet Club’s Adam Page & Marty Scurll!

When The Motor City Machine Guns became the new ROH World Tag Team champions at “Death Before Dishonor XV” they shook up the entire division as it had become The Young Bucks’ playground for the past year with or without the gold in their possessions. With the title loss, The Young Bucks focused on the other belts they currently hold alongside, ironically enough, Adam Page. Before The Machine Guns attained championship glory in ROH this past summer old rivals and the catalyst for their reunion in The Addiction were hounding them. Thanks to the fans’ adulation for The Bullet Club, Christopher Daniels found himself on the wrong end of a popularity poll heading into “Best in the World ‘17”. On the opposite end of the spectrum was Frankie Kazarian being cheered for brutality beating Bullet Club member Page en route to winning their feud. But the disgust Kazarian had for the fans’ treatment of his best friend fueled an animosity in him that caused The Addiction to rally against anything the ROH fans know & love including The Bullet Club and popular duos such as Best Friends Chuckie T. & Beretta. In debuting as a unit in ROH, the Best Friends picked up a big win over The Bullet Club in six-man tag action. Since then the Best Friends have come up short in defeating The Bullet Club when it counts the most; most recently when competing for the Six-Man Tag Team title at “Global Wars: Columbus”. Marty Scurll could be the wildcard in this one. Though not a tag team competitor, “The Villain” has flourished with partners in both ROH and New Japan. Being something of a chameleon, Scurll could easily prove to be the difference maker in whether or not ROH’s Tag Team champions are standing across the ring from another Bullet Club contingent, a BFF pair, or two men who have no problems disgracing everything that is Honor.

Two of the biggest, baddest ROH stars will collide again in Ft. Lauderdale when Shane Taylor and Punishment Martinez go one-on-one!

Shane Taylor and Punishment Martinez have taken incredibly different paths. For Martinez it’s been about trial by fire; finding himself being tested by some of the best the world has to offer and either succeeding (like his Las Vegas Street Fight against Jay White, and, most recently, a big win over former Television champion Will Ospreay). For Taylor it’s been about making money as a gun for hire; protecting everyone from The Bullet Club to QT Marshall to make a somewhat quick buck. But both men have ended up at the same point with the same intention: Become the next ROH World Television champion. Their mutual aspirations causing conflict was on full display during a recent episode of ROH TV where they alongside Chuckie T. and Mark Briscoe battled in a Four Corner Survival match with the number one contendership on the line. During the match, Martinez and Taylor came face to face with the intent of colliding and when it finally came to be they almost knocked each other out with a single clothesline. With neither coming out the victor in that match it seems only fitting that they try again to get in title contention at each other’s expense. This match will be no better example of the old adage “the irresistible force meeting the immovable object” as two men who have the potential in the world of becoming the ROH Television champion try to overcome one another in what is sure to be one of the hardest hitting contests of the event.

The Road to Final Battle goes through Florida as Ring of Honor’s Sunshine State Excellence comes to Lakeland on Sunday, November 12th for a huge international television taping! The night is highlighted by an extremely rare appearance in Florida by IWGP United States Champion Kenny Omega as he teams with The Young Bucks to take on Rocky Romero, Beretta & Chuckie T.!

It’s a war that seems old as time itself, yet never gets any less amazing – the problems between The Bullet Club and CHAOS. Over the last few years variations of each faction have done battle against each other to produce incredible encounters and, most importantly, title changes as the former Roppongi Vice traded the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team title with The Young Bucks on a consistent basis over the last two years. But since their last clash in Long Beach this past summer where The Young Bucks retained their title, Rocky Romero let Beretta branch out on his own. And even prior to that career-turning moment was the first appearance of Chuckie T. in ROH where he teamed with Vice in a successful pairing that would give way to the Best Friends challenging for ROH Tag gold. The reformed Roppongi Vice-Best Friends combo could actually become a golden trio if this match follows the pattern of what occurred during the “Global Wars” tour where The Bullet Club instituted the Freebirds rule to make any six-man match they were involved in a title match. Ironically enough it was during the aforementioned tour where the Best Friends teamed with Flip Gordon in one of the best bouts of the entire tour to almost dethrone the champions. Excellence will be an understatement when it comes to this one and, thankfully, it will be televised.

The rivalry resumes in Lakeland when Jay Lethal battles Matt Taven!

In 2014, 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. The year prior was a breakout time for the New England native as Taven won not only the Top Prospect Tournament, but also became the only man to win the Television Championship off his TPT victory. After a year of cheap wins and partying, Taven lost it all and Lethal, thanks to the same man who assisted Taven during that entire time, helped Lethal pick up the pieces while Martini constantly mocked his former client. 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 Championship and having great matches with a variety of opponents. Though far removed from their rivalry over title gold, Taven hadn’t let the fire of revenge die out and let it fuel him during the “Soaring Eagle Cup” where he pulled off one of the most shocking victories of his ROH career thus far by pinning Lethal to advance into the finals of the tournament. Taven’s win in Mt. Pleasant was a huge moment of validation for him that not only was he so much better than he was three years ago, but also has the ability to take that next step to main event status. 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.”

Flip Gordon gets his first one-on-one shot against a member of The Bullet Club when he takes on Adam Page in Lakeland!

“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. Yet, Gordon has come up short even though he’s been a part of some incredibly entertaining matches including the main event of “Global Wars: Columbus” where he teamed with the Best Friends; coming up short in dethroning the defending Six-Man Tag Team champions Young Bucks & Kenny Omega by utilizing the old Freebirds Rule while dubbing it, “The Bullet Club Rule,” where any three members can defend the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship at any given time. But it was Adam Page that initially won the gold alongside The Young Bucks and looks to prove his superiority in singles action against the master of the 4Nifty splash. But what if Gordon pulls off what would definitely be considered an upset? It’s hard to be believe Flip won’t propel himself into title contention be it singles or tag team. For Page, a win here wouldn’t mean half as much compared to a victory for Gordon, but would further iterate that Flip isn’t powerful enough to stand up for himself against The Bullet Club.

Rain makes her return to the ring in Florida at ROH Elite and Sunshine State Excellence! One of the stars that laid the groundwork for Women of Honor returns to ROH to make her official debut in Women of Honor. Rain will compete on both Saturday, November 11th in Ft. Lauderdale and Sunday, November 12th in Lakeland!

Before there was a “women’s revolution” there were women like Sara Del Rey, Daizee Haze, Mercedes Martinez, Cheerleader Melissa, MsChif and Lacey setting the foundation TNA and WWE would build upon for the next decade. But Lacey wasn’t alone in her quest for glorifying what many called “American Joshi” as she formed a bond both in the ring & out with a young lady simply known as Rain. Rain, a master of the electric chair drop, helped make her tandem, The Minnesota Home Wrecking Crew, become standouts amongst their peers. When Lacey retired from in-ring competition, Rain continued on and became one of the most recognizable faces on the women’s wrestling independent scene by dominating in WSU and finding great success in SHIMMER. But her crowning achievement in wrestling thus far has to be becoming the first SHINE Wrestling champion by defeating Mia Yim, Jessicka Havok and LuFisto in a one-night tournament. It’ll be interesting to see how well Rain fares in this practical brand new world of women’s wrestling as she’s been retired for the last three years since losing the SHINE title to Ivelisse. But knowing Rain’s history, expect the action to get not only heated, but also very loud.

As the global partnership between ROH, New Japan, CMLL, and RevPro continues to grow stronger, Ring of Honor is thrilled to announce that CMLL stars Rey Cometa and Esfinge will make their Ring of Honor debuts on the Survival of the Fittest Tour. Each will compete on Friday November 17 in San Antonio, TX and Saturday November 18 in Dallas, TX!

Similar to last year’s tournament, the stars of CMLL will be involved in the “Survival of the Fittest”. This will mark the first time either have competed in ROH and the United States in general. First there’s Rey Cometa. The former CMLL Mexican National Welterweight champion has impressed across both CMLL and AAA during his near twenty year career that has seen him not only win the aforementioned Welterweight title, but also various Luchas de Apuestas bouts where he’s won masks & hair, but also lost his as well. Cometa is a master of the running double corkscrew plancha known as “Cometa Especial” that could prove to be his key to victory in the most unexpected of fashions. Coming alongside Cometa is a man ten years his younger in the ring, but still chock full of experience in Esfinge. The third-generation has sat under the learning tree of his father Magnum and the grandson of legendary grappler Halcon Furia – Esfinge going by the name “Halcon Furia Jr.” during his initial time days as a wrestler. Over the past eight years Esfinge has already gained recognition for his champion-level talent by becoming a tag champion alongside El Gallo and winning the 2016 Torneo Gran Alternativa with Volador Jr. as his partner. By himself, Esfinge has done well as well when he became one of the few names to hold the La Copa Junior (The Junior Cup) – a tournament won by many high profile wrestlers going today including Hector Garza, Dos Caras Jr. (Alberto El Patron) and La Somba (“Cien” Almas). Esfinge will come in with a lot to prove and will likely accomplish his goals if he can execute the Nudo Egipico (an inverted Indian deathlock turned into a bridging pin). It’ll be interesting to see if these two can live up to the high expectations set & met by Ultimo Guerrero, Titan, and Dragon Lee before them in ROH.

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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 releases of Emma, Darren Young & Summer Rae and more (http://www.wewantinsanity.com/am2/publish/free_audio/Future_Endeavored.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.

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