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By James Bullock May 13, 2018 - 7:38 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 in the middle of its annual “War of the Worlds” tour alongside New Japan Pro Wrestling airing on HonorClub. Lets find out what’s happened thus far and will be taped for the world to see on ROH TV.

“War of the Worlds: Lowell” Results; May 9th, 2018; Lowell, MA
– The Briscoes defeated Flip Gordon & Jushin Liger
– Tenillle Dashwood & Sumie Sakai defeated Deonna Purrazzo and Skylar
– Coast to Coast defeated The Kingdom
– Cheeseburger defeated Bully Ray
– The Bullet Club defeated Roppongi 3
– Tetsuya Naito, EVIL & SANADA defeated Silas Young, Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas
– Chuckie T defeated Jay White & Jay Lethal in a Triple Threat match
– ROH World Six Man Tag Team Championship: The Kingdom defeated SoCal Uncensored to become new champions
– The Young Bucks defeated BUSHI & Hiromu Takahashi

Easily the biggest stories to come from this show are the ROH World and Six Man title situations. Barely an hour into the show, Dalton Castle cut an in-ring promo stating his recent back, hip & hand injuries have put him on the shelf for an undetermined amount of time. Instead of forfeiting the title (especially considering Matt Taven was scheduled to wrestle for the World title during the show), Castle promised to make a recovery and return to prove he’s the best amidst Taven’s cries of a true conspiracy by ROH management to keep him from champion status. That perception regarding ROH’s disregard for The Kingdom changed as it was announced the trio would get their rightful Six Man Tag Team Championship match later in the show. The Kingdom vs. SoCal Uncensored was, arguably, the best match of the show; only second to the very fun main event depending on what type of wrestling a fan enjoys more. Being in their home turf, The Kingdom were treated like gods by the fans and when they won the title thanks to Taven frog splashing Daniels after a miscommunication error between “The General” and Kazarian to a massive ovation. Considering ROH’s Six Man division isn’t the most stacked and SoCal Uncensored has a built-in story regarding ROH titles potentially keeping them contracted, it’ll be interesting to see how the rest of the tour pans out considering what was already booked; not to mention the division’s handling going forward.
While there really wasn’t a bad match on the card and things like Chuckie T. pinning Jay Lethal in the Triple Threat match to add heat to their bout at the TV taping or Coast to Coast picking up another victory were definitely productive, there were some head-scratching moments when it came to the booking of this show as well. Beyond the obvious late announcement of Castle being unable to compete there was Roppongi 3K taking a loss early in the tour even though they are scheduled to wrestle for the ROH Tag Team title after this event, Bully Ray getting counted out because he was arguing with fans and not because he was abusing Cheeseburger on the floor, and the TV champ on a losing team yet again. Similar to last year’s “War of the Worlds” tour, the first night proved to be highly entertaining with some unexpected occurrences. The final two bouts really put the show over the top as something worthy of your time, but it won’t go down as a classic event.

“War of the Worlds: Toronto” Results; May 11th, 2018; Toronto, Canada
– IWGP United States Championship: Jay White defeated Punishment Martinez to retain
– Cheeseburger defeated Bully Ray
– Tetsuya Naito defeated The Beer City Bruiser
– The Young Bucks defeated Super Smash Bros.
– Jenny Rose & Tenille Dashwood defeated Alexia Nicole & Xandra Bale
– SoCal Uncensored defeated Roppongi 3K
– ROH World Television Championship: Silas Young defeated Adam Page to retain
– Cody defeated Jushin Liger
– EVIL, SANADA & Hiromu Takahashi defeated Kenny King, Jay Lethal, & Colt Cabana

As expected from just looking at the card, ROH’s “War of the Worlds: Toronto” offering proved to be a much stronger overall event than the previous one thanks to several strong outings including the best match of the weekend thus far in The Young Bucks vs. The Super Smash Bros. It was just like old times and these two teams tore the house down with the type of match one would’ve hoped for from them. Though not as great as the aforementioned bout, the opening contest proved to be another strong outing between White and Martinez that continued to show just how much chemistry the two have – setting a standard that wasn’t exceeded until the aforementioned tag bout and still ended up being one of the best matches on the card. On the opposite end of the spectrum of hyped matches delivering, the unexpected occurred as Cody defeated Jushin Liger in one of the better bouts of the show. While Cody winning wasn’t a shock, the fact that Liger was involved in a match many would put in their top three overall showings from this event proves just how good the legend still is and how underrated Cody is right now (though the shenanigans could’ve been done away with to make it a stronger match).
But not all was perfect about the show as the crowd didn’t care two licks about things such as the TV title match and were somewhat lacking in enthusiasm over the new main event outside of the usual LIJ spots that saw BUSHI be taken out of the originally intended eight man tag while Colt Cabana stepped in to replace and injured Dalton Castle (or Flip Gordon whose flight was delayed and forced him to miss the show entirely). Some of the booking left something to be desired as Roppongi 3K yet again loss on their way to a Tag Team title shot – which makes no sense if you’re trying to build them up as a strong unit who have the ability to win the title heading into the TV taping. The Women of Honor tag lacked a lot of chemistry as did Naito vs. Bruiser. While not the blow away type of show one would hope for or even expect considering the original card’s line up, this still proved to be a mostly fun night of interpromotional action with some glaring flaws.

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The ROH World Tag Team Championship: The Briscoes defends against Tetsuya Naito & BUSHI
Last year’s “War of the Worlds: Philadelphia” was a turning point in The Briscoes’ career. Jay & Mark were living the dreaming by teaming with one of their wrestling idols, becoming the second ROH World Six Man tag Team champions in the process. What seemed to be a simple fun ROH TV match turned out to be a catalyst for change as Jay Briscoe suffered a rare pin fall loss in an eight-man tag bout against Los Ingobernables de Japon. The loss turned Jay’s world upside-down and led to him turning on Bully Ray, convincing his brother they needed to go back to their more vicious roots in regards to their in-ring style, and focus on becoming the nine-time ROH World Tag Team champions. The Briscoes accomplished everything they set out for after refocusing on their careers as the best tag team on the planet, unintentionally setting the stage for something Jay has needed for a year: vindication. While it seems like a sure thing The Briscoes will retain here, don’t be so sure. The current IWGP Intercontinental champion (Naito) and one-half of the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team titleholders not only know how to beat The Briscoes (some type of distraction and cradles can be their undoing), but a ROH title change during the “War of the Worlds” tour isn’t out of the ordinary as last year’s events saw Kushida defeat Marty Scurll to become the new Television champion. Though not scheduled in any way to be a part of the show, Chris Jericho’s recent issues with Naito could actually come into play here if “The Alpha” shows up and busts Tetsuya open like he did in Japan the week prior. LIJ have really been about fun & games during every ROH tour, usually playing the hits; that definitely won’t be the case here with the stakes being so high.

Cody vs. Hiromu Takahashi
Gearing up for their big ten-man tag rematch from last year’s “War of the Worlds: UK” tour, former ROH World champion and self-professed leader of The Bullet Club will take on the premiere Jr. Heavyweight of Los Ingobernables de Japon. Cody has been on nothing short of a tear in ROH as of late; defeating the likes of Kenny Omega, Punishment Martinez and even the ROH World champion Dalton Castle in a big elimination tag team encounter. Hiromu Takahashi, on the other hand, has been focusing on winning in New Japan’s Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team division alongside BUSHI. With both competitors focused on proving their faction’s superiority through victories in both promotions will mean two men who have gone out of their way to risk life & limb to win will do exactly that in Michigan. This first-time encounter should be full of personality as well considering the antics seen during matches featuring both men have allowed for memorable moments aplenty. Expect another Cody win here, but not after taking a deal of punishment from a man with a kamikaze-like mindset.

Jay Lethal vs. Matt Taven vs. Marty Scurll vs. Kenny King
What a star-studded Four Corner Survival match! This bout features four former TV champions, three former Tag Team champions, and one former World champion. There are also a lot of intertwining stories and a good amount of history between all four men. Lethal’s second TV title reign was challenged continuously by Matt Taven and almost ended with Taven quitting the company when he failed to win a Steel Cage match at the inaugural “Field of Honor”. Lethal and Taven have clashed recently resulting in the latter actually winning. Marty Scurll’s TV title loss during last year’s “War of the Worlds: Philadelphia” set the stage for Kenny King’s first single title victory later in the year. The same night King’s first TV title reign ended, Jay Lethal overcame the villainous ways of Scurll to defeat him. “The Villain’s” most recent singles win came at “Bound By Honor: West Palm Beach” where he pinned King. Matt Taven comes into this one following a big title victory following the Lowell event and definitely has to be the favorite to win in what should be one of the greatest FCS matches in ROH history.

SoCal Uncensored vs. Jushin Liger, Cheeseburger & Flip Gordon
Four years ago when it was announced Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling would produce a pair of co-promoted events no one expected a friendship to be formed by the weekend’s end. On that weekend in May, the legendary Jushin “Thunder” Liger went out of his way to thank Cheeseburger for showing him around New York by teaching him the Shotei Palm Strike. Since that night, Liger and Cheeseburger have grown friendlier any time they’ve been around each other including on ROH pay-per-view like “Global Wars ‘16”. On that particular night, “Thunder Burger” actually defeated the former ROH World Tag Team champions The Addiction in nothing short of an upset. Furious over the loss, Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian injured Liger with Celebrity Rehab. The Addiction hasn’t forgotten that night and has the chance to avenge the loss while proving themselves as the best trio going today. Flip Gordon will not only be familiar with tagging with Liger following the event in Lowell, but is also gunning to avenge his loss to SCU at “Supercard of Honor XII”; and that’s not mentioning his problems with Scorpio Sky that has resulted in Gordon picking up two wins over the former Six Man champion. “Thunder Burgers” pulled off the upset of a lifetime two years ago and there’s a chance it could happen here as well with SCU reeling from their title loss.

The Young Bucks vs. Roppongi 3K vs. The Motor City Machine Guns
Formerly known as “The Tempura Boyz”, Sho & Yoh found themselves growing tremendously as performers between the time they finished touring with ROH and returned to New Japan thanks to the mentoring of Rocky Romero. Defeating The Young Bucks, Roppongi 3K became the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team champions not long after coming back to New Japan and unintentionally forced Matt & Nick Jackson to look at other avenues to solidify themselves as one of the best tag teams in the history of wrestling. Things weren’t going too well for The Motor City Machine Guns around the same time The Young Bucks lost to Roppongi 3K. Having defeated The Bucks to win their first ROH World Tag Team title, The Machine Guns found themselves targeted by The Briscoes and no longer embraced by the fans. Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin not only lost the ROH World Tag Team title to The Briscoes, they’ve also been unable to pick up any wins. With all three teams trying to reassert their dominance in the various tag team divisions they’re a part of this is anyone’s match. More importantly, this could be a classic encounter if given enough time as these teams are the epitome of Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team wrestling in this day & age.

Punishment Martinez vs. Adam Page
“Hangman” Page took a somewhat similar path in comparison to Martinez’s by working his way up the ROH card as a top prospect before aligning himself with BJ Whitmer. A vicious streak was awakened in Page thanks to his time working alongside Whitmer; resulting in Page not only attacking his mentor, but also defeating him. While Page became a member of The Bullet Club as the faction’s enforcer, Martinez went from supernatural big man supported by Whitmer & Kevin Sullivan to an impressive physical specimen who is primed to become a future ROH World champion. Martinez has also been making waves in New Japan thanks to his performances both across the Pacific and against New Japan stars in a ROH ring. One night removed from Punishment Martinez failing to defeat Cody, ROH’s “Creeper of Violence” was scheduled to battle Page. Instead, Martinez attacked “Hangman” before the match could begin and choke slammed him through a table to cause a no contest. What was meant to be a simple wrestling match now has some major heat with potential title implications that could range across the Pacific. To defeat someone like Page would be huge for Martinez in both promotions as Punishment would best a recent challenger to the IWGP United States title and a former ROH World Six-Man Tag Team champion. Though Page will have the same size disadvantage as Cody, expect Page to take the fight to the big man rather than hit & run as this hard-hitting encounter could go either way.

EVIL vs. Shane Taylor
The former Takaaki Watanabe toured with Ring of Honor for nearly a year before returning to New Japan in 2015 under a brand new moniker, persona & alliance with Los Ingobernables de Japon. Known as “EVIL”, the LIJ member blazed a trail that led to him becoming a champion both as a singles star and alongside partners BUSHI & SANADA. Unfortunately for Shane Taylor he cannot say the same as the former half of The Pretty Boy Killers took some time to find himself in ROH. After The Rebellion faction was forced to disband, Taylor did what came easy to him: being a man for hire to the most fortuned bidder. Though Taylor has done well attacking people in locker rooms and even in the ring, wins haven’t followed him; let alone championships. That could easily change for Taylor if he can overcome EVIL and maybe fight his way to New Japan. Though EVIL will be at a size disadvantage, he’s proven to be incredibly strong; Taylor is deceptively agile as well. This should be a nice slobberknocker if there ever was one with EVIL most likely attaining the victory.

“War of the Worlds: Chicago” TV Taping Preview; May 13th, 2018; Chicago, IL

ROH World Television Championship: Silas Young defends against Austin Aries
Austin Aries has done utterly remarkable things in his career. Aries has conquered the insurmountable, ruled one of the most revolutionary factions in modern wrestling history, gained worldwide recognition for his talents, attained the ROH World Championship on two occasion while becoming the first man to do so, and has collected multiple titles that he now simultaneously holds; but Aries hasn’t done everything. Arriving on the stage during ROH’s “16th Anniversary”, Aries reminded everyone watching that though he has numerous titles to his name, he’s never won the ROH World Television Championship. At the time, “A-Double’s” protégé & former ally Kenny King held the gold. Between ROH’s “16th Anniversary” and “Supercard of Honor XII”, Silas Young gained another opportunity to regain the TV title; using every tactic in his arsenal including Beer City Bruiser to become the fourth man in ROH history to hold the TV title twice. Though their careers started in the same region of the United States, it was Aries who gained recognition a lot sooner than Young in comparison. And when the eventual “Last Real Man” did find himself on ROH’s radar, he was tested by the best the company had to offer in Aries himself.
It was a little over a decade ago that Silas’ first aired ROH match resulted in a loss to Aries. Less than a year later Young had another opportunity to potentially earn a spot on the ROH roster, but was unable to overcome the tenacity of a then-incredibly arrogant Austin. Young enters this match with more than just a need to retain his TV title; Silas comes into this match with the need to prove the days of Austin Aries ruling ROH are over and he’s one of the new faces of a company housing some of the best talent known to the wrestling world. Though Aries has amassed multiple titles and knows how to win in big match situations, he’s also coming in alone against someone who will win by any means necessary even if those means involve getting help from his buddies. Their original matches were simple showcases. This will undoubtedly be a main event quality encounter with the chance of Aries actually adding another championship to his collection.

ROH World Tag Team Championship: The Briscoes defend against Roppongi 3K
Over a year ago, Sho & Yoh were two wrestlers on excursion looking to grow as both wrestlers and stars internationally. After suffering major losses against a variety of opponents in ROH, though showcasing a ton of a talent, the then-Tempura Boyz headed back to New Japan with a wealth of experience that allowed Rocky Romero to craft them into a championship-worthy duo who can compete & defeat the best tag teams wrestling has to offer. But before Roppongi 3K were champions they were punching bags for The Briscoes. Dem Boys didn’t take pride in beating up Sho & Yoh, it was just business. Now the ROH World Tag Team champions love hurting whomever is in front of them to stay the best tag team in ROH and, arguably, the world. This will be a huge test for Roppongi 3K. Though the duo has won the IWGP Tag Team title and proven themselves worthy of title opportunities elsewhere, they were last seen in ROH as a low-tier tag team not able to win under any circumstance. Though the obvious belief is The Briscoes retaining, title changes during the “War of the Worlds” TV taping isn’t out of question as last year saw Kushida defeat Marty Scurll to become the TV champion. Stranger things have happened in ROH when it comes to a championship changing hands, but it’s hard to believe The Briscoes will be dethroned in Chicago.

Women of Honor Championship: Sumie Sakai defends against Jenny Rose
The first Women of Honor champion made her first in-ring appearance after the historic moment seen around the world where Sumie Sakai cleanly pinned Kelly Klein at “Supercard of Honor XII” at ROH’s most recent TV taping in Pittsburgh. There, with Jenny Rose watching & commentating, Sakai overcame Stella Grey in a non-title affair that apparently impressed Rose enough that she felt Sumie needed her next challenge to be revealed right then & now. Jenny Rose, a standout in Stardom while making infrequent appearances in a ROH ring, is a protégé of Sakai who has found herself both on the same side of the ring and across from the champ – something most recently seen at “Manhattan Mayhem VII” where the pair lost together (a loss Rose blames Sumie for) and at “Masters of the Craft” where Sakai’s team overcame Rose’s trio. Rose, a rather honorable individual, has shown flashes of anger and desperation in regards to finally getting the recognition she believes she deserves even if it means that recognition comes at the expense of someone who has shown nothing but love for her in an out of the ring; though Rose simply claims, “It’s just business.” Sakai was all business when it come to the tournament that allowed her to become the first Women of Honor champion; resulting in the original Woman of Honor turning into the face of the division. Rose looks to change that while becoming the second Women of Honor champion in the process. Rose has been able to overcome Sakai in the past, but only in tag team or multi-person matches; never in singles competition. Sumie has the knowledge of not only a winning against her first challenger, but also one on one. Sumie shocked the ROH world by winning the gold and it seems she won’t be a part of a shocking title change in her first defense.

The Bullet Club (Cody, Marty Scurll, Adam Page & The Young Bucks) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, Himuro Takahashi, BUSHI, EVIL & SANADA)
They are two of most prominent factions in not only New Japan, but also the entire world as both groups have accomplished so much in a relatively short period of time. This match will feature men who have held the IWGP Heavyweight, IWGP Jr. Heavyweight, IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team, IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team, NEVER Openweight Six-Man championships in New Japan, as well as the ROH World, World Tag Team, World Six Man and World Television titles. Add that to the fact there have been multiple non-title clashes featuring variations of each contingent including this very same one last year during ROH’s “War of the Worlds UK” tour. On that night it was Tetsuya Naito pulling out the victory courtesy of Destino on Adam Page. Since that night, LIJ have found themselves growing stronger as a unit while their opponents that evening suffering from quarrels between intended leaders Cody and Kenny Omega that culminated in a clash won by the former ROH World champion. This will be a great test in regards to Cody’s claims that The Bullet Club is fine, if not better than ever under his leadership. Page wants to get be back in New Japan title contention, as does Marty Scurll, the recently upgraded Young Bucks as they enter the Heavyweight Tag Team division, and Cody reasserting himself as a challenger to the IWGP Heavyweight title. Add that to the fact very few units have a grand win over The Bullet Club in a ROH ring and “The Biz Cliz” wants to change that statistic. They had a must-see match less than a year ago and this one should be no different no matter the winner.

Flip Gordon vs. Jonathan Gresham
As stated by ROH when announcing this one, Flip Gordon versus Jonathan Gresham is not just a first-time encounter, it’s also a match pitting two of the company’s rising stars who have the potential of becoming main event talents in the very near future. Ironically enough, their early days in the company were very similar as both men came in with favorable reputations, aligned themselves with like-minded individuals to battle factions, and began to strike out on their own; only to be pushed back by talent more experienced than them. But 2018 has seen a change in the perception of who has the brightest future in ROH regarding Gresham and Gordon as the prior suffered losses & setbacks due to injuries while the other, though failing to achieve champion status, did have the opportunity to challenge for all of ROH’s current championships. But then something occurred that put Gresham’s career back on track for glory as he bested Jay Lethal in their second encounter at “Masters of the Craft”. While Gordon has pushed the likes of Dalton Castle and Silas Young to the limit in the past month, he can’t state that he has such a major victory on his record in 2018. This could be the perfect moment for Gresham to take that next step and reach a new level in his ROH tenure by surpassing a man many believe has all the tools to become a future ROH champion. But one can’t count Flip out as he too has seen victory in 2018 over the likes of current Six Man champion Scorpio Sky. This seems to be anyone’s match and could result in either man reaching title contender status first.

Chuckie T. vs. Jay Lethal
Debuting in ROH as a part of his internationally known Best Friends tag team alongside Beretta, Chuckie T. appeared to solely be about tag team success in ROH. Then everything changed as Beretta went down with an injury and “The Kentucky Gentleman” had to decide whether or not he’d test the waters as a singles star. The decision to venture out on his own in ROH has actually paid off incredibly well for Chuckie as he’s been winning frequently against men considered lower on the totem pole such as Josh Woods and Jonathan Gresham. But Chuckie takes a big step up in competition here as he’ll be fighting the only man in ROH history to simultaneously hold both the ROH World & World TV titles at the same time. A Chuckie victory wouldn’t be surprising as T. is a former PWG World champion who has stepped up his game unlike anything anyone expected from the guy once solely known for comedy wrestling. Lethal, as always, is looking to get back in the ROH title picture and would love to earn an opportunity at the expense of Chuckie. This should be a really fun, honorable affair with a potential surprising victory for Chuckie.

Deonna Purrazzo vs. Kelly Klein
The globetrotter herself Deonna Purrazzo made her return to ROH and the Women of Honor division during one of the biggest shows in ROH history to take on someone who hasn’t been bested since debuting in Kelly Klein. “The Gatekeeper” nickname has been given to Klein for good reason as the master of the guillotine choke – “The End of the Match” – has been plowing through opponent after opponent in the division except for Purrazzo. Though they’ve meet up in tag team competition elsewhere, their clash in Lakeland last year was their first one-on-one battle. Controversy surrounded the outcome as Klein ensured the referee never saw her tapping out in the Fujiwara arm bar; giving her the chance to retaliate and keep her undefeated streak intact. Purrazzo didn’t take the loss in stride, actually giving Klein her first loss via count-out by distracting Kelly in a match featuring Deonna’s training partner Karen Q. From that moment on they’ve been at each other’s heels anytime they have the opportunity including the recent “Bound By Honor” event in West Palm Beach where Purrazzo actually defeated Klein and ended up getting beaten up for it by the sore loser With this getting a lot more personal than their previous encounters, the grappling game might take a backseat to them slugging it out in a match that will really establish one or the other as the next title contender in the division.

The Dawgs vs. Jushin Liger & Cheeseburger
“Global Wars 2016” proved to be Cheeseburger’s greatest moment thus far in his ROH career. On that night in Chicago, Cheeseburger teamed with his idol Jushin “Thunder” Liger for the first time in ROH to not only achieve a dream, but also defeat a pair of former tag team champions in The Addiction. Since that night, Cheeseburger’s career has soared to unexpected heights as he’s become a regular in New Japan and has been consistently featured on ROH programming. Last year, Will Ferrara hoped that he and Cheeseburger would make a formidable team, but the chemistry that Liger & ‘Burger have just didn’t occur for Ferrara & his ROH Dojo ally as the two lost constantly until the night Will attacked his partner and started a bitter feud that resulted in Ferrara finding a new ally in friend and, most importantly, former ROH World Tag Team champion Rhett Titus. Ferrara has been adamant in proving in his superiority over Cheeseburger for the last few months and this is a great stage to not only accomplish his goal, but also embarrass Cheeseburger in front of his mentor. The Dawgs have pulled off surprising victories in the past and with Bully Ray potentially lurking to ensure Cheeseburger never wins another match there’s a good chance Ferrara will get his wish.

Tenille Dashwood vs. Karen Q
For the first time since the Women of Honor Championship tournament, Tenille Dashwood will bring her star power to ROH’s Women’s division in hopes of doing what she couldn’t at “Supercard of Honor XII” by becoming the Women of Honor champion. Though the former “Emma” is known around the world, her opponent is no slouch in terms of recognition in ROH as she made her debut last year and has been impressing ever since. Karen Q has picked up major victories over the likes of Kelly Klein and Deonna Purrazzo and had one of the best Women of Honor matches of 2017 against Purrazzo during “Survival of the Fittest” weekend. Karen’s stature hides her impressive strength & agility that allows her kickboxing skills to flourish in the ring. The big difference maker in this one will definitely be experience. Learning under the Rhodes family tree, Brandi Rhodes was able to outsmart Karen in the first round of the title tournament to eliminate her. Dashwood, on the other hand, didn’t succumb to the same tomfoolery that befell Q and will definitely be ready for anything underhanded Karen might have in mind. This should be a strong encounter that will definitely help establish a top contender for whomever is the Women of Honor champion heading into the summer season and “Best in the World”.

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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 Kanye West’s recent comments about slavery and more (http://www.wewantinsanity.com/am2/publish/free_audio/32_Mins_Honor_Nation_Kanye_West_of_Reality.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.
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