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By James Bullock Aug 13, 2017 - 7:53 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. Worlds are preparing to collide when ROH heads to the UK for a three-night series of show alongside RevPro, CMLL & New Japan. There are some big matches announced for the card – so lets find out what they have planned.

“War of the Worlds UK: London” Preview; August 18th, 2017; London, England

Los Ingobernables De Japon (Tetsuya Naito, Hiromu Takahashi, BUSHI, EVIL & SANADA) vs. The Bullet Club (Cody, The Young Bucks, Marty Scurll & Adam Page)
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, and World Television titles. Add that to the fact there have been multiple non-title clashes featuring variations of each contingent. Ring of Honor’s website made a very interesting note in regards to this match as of its announcement Los Ingobernables has gone 8-3 in ten-man tag team bouts since the Best of Super Juniors finale this year. LIJ also set the stage for ROH’s most recent Six-Man Tag Team title change when BUSHI’s dreaded mist blinded Jay Briscoe and left him prone to a pin. While it seems Los Ingobernables is primed for a victory here, one can never count out The Bullet Club when the numbers could work in their advantage. With the blistering-fast offense of The Young Bucks, Scurll’s penchant for breaking the rules, Adam Page’s enjoyment when it comes to dishing out brutality, and Cody’s experience dating back to the womb, this could be the night “The Biz Cliz” figures out what many others haven’t when it comes to fighting LIJ. Add that to the fact this match will be a precursor to a big match the next night as Cody and SANADA will be looking to send a message against each other in a bout that should be a Match of the Year candidate.

ROH World Television Championship: Kushida defends against Titan
Originally Atlantis was supposed to be a part of the tour, but unfortunately injuries are the name of the game in the pro wrestling business and with ROH’s first “War of the Worlds” tour in the UK alongside New Japan, CMLL & Revolution Pro, Ring of Honor management worked alongside CMLL to replace Atlantis. In the veteran’s place will be Titan – a grappler of ten years who has won multiple championships including the Mexican National Welterweight title and competed in various tournaments including the Best of Super Juniors in 2013. His opponents over the years are a who’s who of top names in various promotions including Finn Balor, Jushin Liger, and Psicosis. A master of Titanics (a handspring back flip into a victory roll), Titan is going to make this tour even more exciting than it looked to be initially with his first match potentially ending with him as the new World Television champion.

ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship: Dalton Castle & The Boys defend against Mistico, Delirious & Jushin Liger
When The Boys won the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship alongside Dalton Castle at “Best in the World” it was considered one of the biggest upsets in ROH history for good reason. Castle & The Boys, as talented as they are, couldn’t pull it together as a unit in the ring until that lone night in Lowell where Jay Briscoe’s obsession cost his team the title. But it will be a completely different scenario for the champs coming into London as they won’t only be in the driver’s seat for the first time as champions, but also taking on men who aren’t blinded by revenge. This international trio of masked gentlemen include a legendary luchador, a former World title contender, and, arguably, the greatest junior heavyweight to ever lace up a pair of boots. When it comes to Liger, his isn’t unfamiliar with Castle as the two have split wins in ROH; not to mention their tag team encounters. Though this is a serious matter thanks to it being for a championship, expect things to get a little silly as seen time & time again Liger, Delirious, The Boys & Castle are all in the ring together.

Jay Briscoe vs. Kenny King
March 2011 proved to be a turning point in the careers of Kenny King & Rhett Titus as The All Night Express stepped into the ring with, at that time, arguably the best tag team in ROH history. On that night in New York, The ANX stepped into the ring with Jay & Mark Briscoe, but Dem Boys were unlike their usual selves as they took pride in brutalizing their opponents. Less than a year prior, King was in the ring with the future ROH World champion and this Jay Briscoe was unlike anything he’d ever been in the ring with as the match progressed. But The ANX fought through the pain and surprised the ROH world by prevailing. What would come from that win was a blood feud unlike anything seen in ROH history that collimated with King & Titus defeating The Briscoes in the third Ladder War match before winning the ROH World Tag Team Championship a few months later. When The ANX reunited two years ago as King returned to ROH it was at The Briscoes’ expense. Though Mark & Jay avenged the losses, the sight of one-on-one battles featuring the brothers and the former members of ANX are a rarity. With Briscoe obsessed with getting revenge against The Boys and potentially regaining the Six-Man Tag Team title, a highly-focused King could pick up a big win that could be topped by the fact he’ll enter this bout as the Television champion if he can defeat Kushida in Concord. Expect more of a brawl than a wrestling match from this one as the bad blood returns as the match progresses.

Ultimo Guerrero & Rey Bucanero vs. The Addiction
The stars of CMLL will be a part of the “War of the Worlds: UK” tour including bona fide legends. Ultimo Guerrero has become a familiar face to the ROH audience & roster by having competed in tag team encounters in ROH including a successful bout over The Kingdom at “Best in the World” and taken Matt Taven to the limit in his home promotion and Ring of Honor. Alongside Guerrero for this match will be the ROH debuting Rey Bucanero – a man who has won the CMLL World Light Heavyweight title, but also the World Tag Team Championship four times with three of those reigns happening alongside Ultimo. On the opposite end of the spectrum will be their opponents – two vanguards of modern day tag team wrestling with the experience of their veteran counterparts. When it comes to both teams there it’s usually a battle of youth and experience, but that won’t be the case this time around as both come in with a wealth of knowledge and, most importantly, wear & tear from years of battles. What really makes this match interesting is how the ROH World Tag Team title scene will look following the tour. The Addiction are scheduled to fight the champs during the tour, and if Team CMLL wins this one right before Daniels & Kazarian become the three-time World Tag Team champions a rematch could result in the first Mexican ROH Tag Team champions. No matter if a rematch ever happens, expect a very good match in the UK.

Bully Ray vs. Sha Samuels vs. Jay Lethal vs. Silas Young
In 2015 when Preston City Pro and Ring of Honor held joint events, Sha Samuels went 3-0 against ROH competitors. But on those three consecutive nights Sha found himself in singles matches, not an environment like this one featuring three highly respected grapplers that span generations. You have, of course, Bully Ray – a multiple time World Tag Team champion in almost every major promotion he’s competed in including Ring of Honor where he & The Briscoes became the second Six-Man Tag Team titleholders. Then there’s Silas Young – ironically enough one of the men Ray defeated to become the champ. “The Last Real Man” has been searching for that big win that propels him to another level. For Young, to accomplish his goal he’s targeted none other than the self-proclaimed “Franchise” of ROH in Jay Lethal. This will be the first time Lethal will be in the ring officially with Silas since Young & Beer City Bruiser put him on the shelf by attacking him at “Best in the World”. This will also be the first time Lethal is in a ROH with both Ray and Samuels and could produce a crazy Four Corner Survival match unlike anything seen during the entire tour.

Mark Briscoe vs. Ryan Smile
While his brother will be in the ring with someone he’s incredibly familiar with in London, Mark Briscoe has the opportunity to take on a young man with veteran experience who has pushed some of the best the wrestling world has to offer to the limit including former Television champions Marty Scurll & Will Ospreay, Kenny Omega, and current Tag Team champions The Young Bucks. Smile also has prominent wins over Colt Cabana, current WWE UK champion Pete Dunn, and even former ROH World champion Michael Elgin. Though this will be the first official time Smile will enter a ROH ring, the fact is he knows the style and what could come from any Ring of Honor veteran. While preparedness is beneficial, trying to predict what could happen in a match with Mark Briscoe is almost ridiculous. “The Sussex County Chicken” has beaten so many competitors thanks to his unpredictable nature and mastery of the dreaded Redneck Kung Fu. This should be an exhilarating battle that could easily steal the show and potentially pave the way for Smile to make it to America for a ROH event.

“War of the Worlds UK: Liverpool” Preview; August 19th, 2017; Liverpool, England

ROH World Championship: Cody defends against SANADA
With the announcement of ROH’s return to Liverpool getting the iPPV treatment it was a given the ROH World Championship would be defended at the big event. In January of this year, Cody pledged his allegiance to The Bullet Club. “The American Nightmare” used his newfound alliance with some of the best wrestling has to offer to become one of the most talked about wrestlers in the world prior to gaining the ROH World Championship. But before Cody made his New Japan debut and joined The Bullet Club, SANADA came to the company with an entirely different attitude compared to the humble fan favorite seen in Impact Wrestling. SANADA immediately showed his allegiance to Los Ingobernables by helping Tetsuya Naito win the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. From that moment on SANADA put New Japan on notice by winning big matches and titles including the NEVEW Openweight Six-Man Tag title and defeating Hiroshi Tanahashi during the G1 Tournament respectively. SANADA also impressed during the “War of the Worlds” tour in May by helping his faction win against The Briscoes, Bully Ray & Dalton Castle during an episode of ROH TV. One thing both opponents greatly have in common is the fact they will go to any lengths to win including breaking the rules and slowing down a match to the point their opponent’s frustration gets the better of them. With unexpected title changes becoming something of the norm since last year’s “Reach For the Sky” tour, SANADA pulling off the biggest win of his career thus far wouldn’t be too shocking considering the level of competition he’s bested that even the champ himself hasn’t in either ROH or New Japan. But there’s a first time for everything and for Cody this first-time encounter could present him the chance prove his superiority over a rival faction member who many believe will be a major player in New Japan’s very near future.

ROH World Television Championship: Kushida defends against Hiromu Takahashi, Dalton Castle and Marty Scurll in a Four Corner Survival match
Kushida was a crossroads in his career during the “War of the Worlds” tour in May. Following his losing the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight title to Hiromu Takahashi, the former Kamaitachi had embarrassed him including a shockingly fast victory in April. Kushida needed redemption – he needed championship glory. In Philadelphia for the tour’s finale, Kushida stood across the ring from the ROH World Television champion Marty Scurll. On that night, Kushida accomplished his first of many grand successes to come in the first half of 2017 by becoming the new ROH World Television champion. Kushida retained his title in a rematch between Scurll at “Best in the World”. The event before Kushida’s title victory, Dalton Castle took on the “Time Splitter” in a Four Corner Survival match that ended with “The Peacock” victorious. This could prove to be a huge advantage for Castle as he’s not only familiar with multi-man matches, but also winning them. Then there’s Takahashi – a man who is coming into this event looking to shake up an entire division at Kushida’s expense just like his did when 2017 began. Like most FCS bouts, this one should be high octane and could easily feature a title change due to it’s very nature of having a pin fall or submission not involving the champion witnessing a title change. This has all the makings of being the best match of all three shows, if not a Match of the Year candidate.

ROH World Tag Team Championship: The Young Bucks defend against The Addiction
The problems between The Bullet Club and The Addiction has escalated over the last few months due to a variety of reasons mostly centered around the ROH World Championship – from Kazarian tricking the faction to help his best friend win the World title to Cody dethroning Daniels a few months later. But this rivalry turned feud between duos started almost a year ago when The Young Bucks decided they were ready to regain the ROH World Tag Team champions. Their first encounter for the gold saw The Addiction barely walk away in a thrilling match that eventually set the stage for one of the most barbaric Ladder matches in wrestling history at “All-Star Extravaganza VII” where The Addiction, The Bucks, and the Motor City Machine Guns bloodied & battered each other to an extreme degree. On that night, The Young Bucks became two-time ROH World Tag Team champs. With Daniels and Kazarian spending more time as singles competitors than as a tandem during 2017, The Bucks have been able to rule the division. But their interactions have been numerous since the “15th Anniversary” in non-title or six-man situations where they’ve split victories. With the title variable in place, The Addiction coming in looking for more than just a third reign, and the lights on bright, there’s a good chance new World Tag Team champions could be crowned in Liverpool. But The Young Bucks know how to overcome when everything seems to be going against them in the ring as seen during Ladder War VI and even against The Addiction themselves.

The Briscoes & Bully Ray vs. Los Ingobernables (Tetsuya Naito, BUSHI & EVIL)
It’s amazing how one match can change the entire dynamic of a team – look no further than the final leg of May’s “War of the Worlds” tour for an example of what can happen when things go awry. It was a first-ever eight-man tag team bout featuring then-reigning Six-Man Tag Team champions The Briscoes & Bully Ray aligning with Dalton Castle to take on Los Ingobernables de Japan. The somewhat lighthearted affair turned anything but when BUSHI decided to use his blinding mist. Unfortunately for Jay Briscoe, The Boys got in the middle of it to save Castle and the former ROH World champion got caught in the crossfire – resulting in a rare pin on Jay Briscoe that infuriated him to the point he became obsessed with getting revenge on The Boys. Briscoe’s need to vindicate the loss cost his & his team everything as The Boys & Castle defeated The Briscoes & Ray to become the new ROH World Six-Man Tag Team champions. Another big loss came courtesy of The Bullet Club for Ray & Dem Boys – leaving them 0-3 in tag team matches since May. To get things back on track, Ray has not only demanded Jay to focus his anger on hurting their opponents to the point of victory, but also a match with the faction that caused their losing streak to begin. The former Six-Man Tag Team champions will get their wish in Liverpool live on iPPV as the trio of former IWGP Heavyweight champion Tetsuya Naito will lead his men of EVIL & BUSHI yet again. But this match should be completely different from their first encounter as The Briscoes & Ray won’t be looking to enjoy the moment like they did in Philly, but are determined to attain victory by any means necessary – a common act when it comes to LIJ. This one could get incredibly wild and result in one of two things for the former ROH World Six-Man Tag Team champs: the beginning of their journey back to tag team greatness, or a reassertion that the days of Six-Man division dominance may be over for Dem Boys & the man from Hell’s Kitchen.

Kenny King vs. Adam Page
When Ring of Honor returned to Concord for its latest TV taping, Kenny King was ready to win his first single ROH championship by defeating Kushida to become the new Television champion. Unfortunately for King his potentially grand night was ruined by The Bullet Club – specifically Adam Page. What came from this interruption was an impromptu tag team bout with opponents Kushida & King taking on The Bullet Club’s Page & Marty Scurll in a bout that ended with the champion and challenger contingent overcame the first-time duo – inadvertently setting the stage for a one-on-one bout featuring two men in search of ROH gold on their own (or in the case of Page, ROH gold at all). It was almost a year ago when Page picked up the biggest win of his ROH tenure thus far by pinning Jay Briscoe on ROH PPV – a win he looked to parlay into a TV title win against then-champion Bobby Fish. Kenny King, after spending a majority of his time in ROH as a tag team competitor with the ability to strike out on his own to become a star, now has the chance to reach his believed potential starting with a fellow top contender in the TV division (and maybe even CMLL as he will be involved in this year’s Grand Prix Tournament). With a stacked card it’s hard to believe people won’t be expecting greatness from this bout, but expect otherwise thanks to two hungry, young, incredibly talented grapplers squaring off for the first time in a singles environment for the world to see.

Ultimo Guerrero & Rey Bucanero vs. Mistico & Titan
The stars of CMLL will be apart of the “War of the Worlds: UK” tour including bona fide legends. Out of the four competitors only Ultimo Guerrero is familiar to the ROH audience & roster by having competed in tag team encounters in ROH and taken Matt Taven to the limit in CMLL. Alongside Guerrero for this match will be the ROH debuting Rey Bucanero – a man who has won the CMLL World Light Heavyweight title, but also the World Tag Team Championship four times with three of those reigns happening alongside Ultimo. On the opposite end of the spectrum will be their opponents – two respected fan favorites who have been in the ring dozens of times with their opponents in various environments. Over the past two years Mistico has been trying to regain the CMLL World Welterweight Championship after having to vacate it due to a shattered leg. Though he hasn’t gained the same prominence of his past or even his past namesake by himself, Mistico has still gained championship glory by becoming the CMLL World Trios champion. Originally it was supposed to be Atlantis teaming with Mistico, but due to an injury Titan has replaced the man who is actually responsible for unmasking Guerrero. Titan is a grappler of ten years who has won multiple championships including the Mexican National Welterweight title and competed in various tournaments including the Best of Super Juniors in 2013. This should be a very fun encounter rooted in the traditional lucha libre style without going overboard.

Jay Lethal vs. Josh Bodom
Jay Lethal found himself at a crossroads in the first three months of 2014. Having lost his chance to become the ROH World champion, Lethal decided he needed to regain a piece of glory he became associated with two years prior when he went after then-TV champion Tommaso Ciampa. But for sole Ring of Honor fans not paying attention to the actions of one of ROH’s best across the globe the information that Lethal was actually failing against international talent would be incredibly shocking considering he was on the unknown path toward becoming “The Franchise of ROH”. Less than a month before his second ROH TV title win, Lethal wrestled for RevPro against a young man who was only three years into his career, Josh Bodom. On that night in London, Bodom pulled off an upset victory that would make Lethal’s trip across the pond a very unsuccessful one. But the losses opened Lethal’s eyes and helped him make a decision that ended with him beginning a journey toward becoming the first person to simultaneously hold both the ROH World & Television titles at the same time. Lethal avenged his loss to Bodom two years later, but Josh hasn’t been just treading water since his first two matches with Jay. Improving constantly, Bodom found great success in various promotions including RevPro where he is the reigning British Cruiserweight champion – a title he attained by defeating Will Ospreay. This should be a very interesting clash as this rubber match will determine the superior wrestler on Bodom’s home field, but the promotion that Lethal has happily carried on his shoulders for the past three years. The fan reactions could be just as memorable as the actual match featuring two men who know each other pretty well.

Silas Young vs. Mark Haskins
The last few months for Silas Young have been all about asserting his superiority over Jay Lethal. With Lethal returning at Young’s expense recently on ROH TV, Young come into Liverpool looking to take out his aggression on someone before he and Lethal inevitably clash some twenty-four hours in Edinburgh. Live on iPPV, “The Last Real Man” will come face-to-face with a true globetrotter, Mark Haskins. “The Star Attraction” has taken on some of the best going today including Johnny Mundo, Alistair Black, and even former ROH titleholders Davey Richards, Will Ospreay and Marty Scurll. Every time Haskins enters a ring with people not familiar with his abilities he impresses; and this should be no different against one of ROH’s finest both as a wrestler and a personality. It’ll be interesting to see if this could be the beginning of future appearances by Haskins in ROH, especially if he impresses as expected.

Signed for Edinburgh on August 20th is a six-man tag with international significance: Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, BUSHI & SANADA) vs. Kushida, Mistico & Titan!

This will be an interesting six-man battle not simply due to the fact a first-time trio featuring a genuine luchador legend of his day being on the same side of the ring with a rising Mexican star and one of the greatest Jr. Heavyweights of all time, but also the potential fallout from ROH’s previous two shows during this tour. In London on Friday it’ll be Kushida defending his Television title against Titan. Mistico – who has teamed with Titan in the past – will also be challenging for ROH gold when he teams with CMLL stars Ultimo Guerrero & Rey Bucanero with the hope of becoming the new ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship. The next night will see SANADA challenging for the ROH World Championship. No matter if title changes happen before this bout or not doesn’t take away from the fact this could be an excellent match featuring some of the best wrestlers in the world taking to the skies, going for slick submissions, and maybe even someone getting misted.

And on the final night of the tour, Kenny King looks to continue his hot streak in a first-time bout against a RevPro star Josh Bodom!

Kenny King is having a career resurgence as a singles stars since the disbanding of The Rebellion and spending time on national TV. Prior to “Best in the World” and following, King seemed to be ready to conquer the ROH world starting with the Television Championship. While King has spent a majority of his ROH career as a tag team competitor, his opposition in Edinburgh has made a name for himself by himself; almost making a splash last year during WWE’s Cruiserweight Classic where he came up short in qualifying for the big series of matches. With two men being incredibly athletic and having the vigor of competitors looking to really make a bold statement in the direction of champions in both their home promotions and on foreign territory.

In Edinburgh, two of the best juniors in the world meet when Hiromu Takahashi takes on Mark Haskins!

The man formerly known as “Kamaitachi” made his return to his home promotion of New Japan Pro Wrestling late last year and made a splash almost immediately by winning the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship from Kushida. From that golden moment, Hiromu Takahashi has put on fantastic matches, defeated some of the best junior heavyweights in the world and even introduced the world to Daryl (cut down in his prime, unfortunately - #JusticeForDaryl). But before all that greatness for Takahashi occurred he was just a “young lion” looking to prove himself worthy of being on the New Japan roster while being sent abroad. During Takahashi’s journey across the world in an effort to improve himself as a wrestler, the budding star had the chance to wrestle the equally young, yet thoroughly successful Mark Haskins. On the night during a RevPro the two clashed in a match that proved successful for Haskins and set the stage for an eventual rematch that has become one almost three years in the making. Both men have grown leaps & bounds since their original match and this rematch could produce the best match of the evening.

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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 pro wrestling’s problem with creating genuine likeable babyfaces and more (http://www.wewantinsanity.com/am2/publish/free_audio/25_Mins_Honor_Nation_Bad_At_Being_Good.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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