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ROH World Title: Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
ROH Tag Titles, Ladder Warfare: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
The Wildcards vs. The High Flyers vs. Powerhouse Team...
E&C/Hardyz/Dudleyz of ROH lol I don't think Briscoes lose it again yet but if they do, the other two teams are worth of being 2x champs.
ROH 6-Man Tag Titles: CHAOS (Ishii, Okada, Yano) vs. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C}
YTR takes the pin here?
ROH TV Title: Kenny King {C} vs. Marty Scurll
The Villain is my boy
Tag Bout: EVIL and SANADA vs. The Young Bucks
Grudge Match: Hiromu Takahashi vs. Odinson
I think it goes the other way, I just don't pick against Time Bomb haha
Junior Heavyweight Showcase: Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay
Triple Threat: Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
I agree with you, Low-Ki coming back would shake ROH up in a fantastic way. All three are great and this will be great
Dalton Castle vs. Tetsuya Naito
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ROH World Title: Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
ROH Tag Titles, Ladder Warfare: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
ROH 6-Man Tag Titles: CHAOS (Ishii, Okada, Yano) vs. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C}
ROH TV Title: Kenny King {C} vs. Marty Scurll
Tag Bout: EVIL and SANADA vs. The Young Bucks
Grudge Match: Hiromu Takahashi vs. Odinson
Junior Heavyweight Showcase: Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay
Triple Threat: Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
Dalton Castle vs. Tetsuya Naito
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ROHWrestling.com Exclusive: War of the Worlds Pay-Per-View Preview
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As the War of the Worlds Tour wraps up with our explosive Pay-Per-View, available exclusively on Fite.TV we wanted to provide our fans with an in-depth preview of the bouts.

Ring of Honor Television Championship
Kenny King {C} vs. "The Villain" Marty Scurll

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2017 saw Marty Scurll and Kenny King both reach new heights personally and professionally. For Scurll it was aligning with the Bullet Club and taking his villainous persona to a new level. For King, he starred on The Bachelor as one of the suitors for one of The Bachelorette's, beyond that he captured the Television Title before losing it toward the end of 2017... As 2018 kicked off though King recaptured the Television Title and it's been lights out since then. In fact King suffered his first loss of 2018 when Marty Scurll tapped him out during the second night of the War of the Worlds tour. For Scurll 2018 got off to a rocky start with five losses in his first seven bouts of the year for Ring of Honor. Following a loss to rival Will Ospreay at Anniversary, Scurll packed his bags and headed for WXW in Germany to get back to his roots. Scurll returned a month later angry than ever and with an eye on the gold. He immediately challenged Kenny King last month and this will be his opportunity to cash in on the gold and get 2018 back on track.

Ring of Honor 6-Man Tag Titles
SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C} vs. CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Toru Yano and Tomohiro Ishii)

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Like a ship without a rudder, Rocky Romero entered 2018 without a direction. After debuting Roppongi 3K in NJPW in early October, Romero finished his commitment to NJPW in early February and returned to ROH full-time shortly there after. Meanwhile in November 2017, Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels brought fellow SoCal native Scorpio Sky into the fold as SoCal Uncensored. After failing to win the 6-Man Tag Titles in multiple opportunities, The Addiction booted Scorpio Sky from the group and introduced another SoCal wrestling native, Rocky Romero as there new partner, the new, and improved SoCal Uncensored 2.0. At Anniversary in March of 2018 The SoCal 2.0 crew captured the 6-man tag titles. A new set of challengers arrived with the NJPW crew when Rocky Romero's former stablemates CHAOS showed up. Okada, Yano and Ishii have spent the last three weeks feuding with SoCal Uncensored and now have the opportunity to take the belts from them.

ROH Tag Titles
Ladder Warfare
The Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
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Envision if you will the tag titles hung 25' feet above the ring. The ring itself surrounded with ladders, tables, chairs and 50 feet of chains. Once that picture is in your head, then envision our combatants. Jay and Mark Briscoe, 9X Ring of Honor tag champions, and our current and reigning champs. On an anger-filled, rage-fueled binge that has seen them retire Bully Ray at Final Battle, capture the titles from Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley in a Fight Without Honor, and now reign supreme over Ring of Honor. But what happens when you put a team at a combined weight of 550 pounds, and tell them there are no rules and no limits... well that's War Machine. Raymond Rowe and Hanson are a brutish team with extreme strength and the ability do a lot more than your standard heavyweights. Oh, and then you have your third team, The Motor City Machine Guns. Much like The Briscoes, Shelley and Sabin have been a team for the last decade and together have achieved a ton, but losing the titles to The Briscoes seems to have flipped a new switch in the Guns. They haven't lost since losing the titles at Manhattan Mayhem and they are clearly the most athletic team in this bout. One thing is for certain... these six men will pull out all the stops... and ladder warfare will certainly leave carnage.

Ring of Honor World Title
Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
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Since leaving the WWE two years ago, Cody has toured the world and taken on an even more arrogant persona than the one he was known for in the WWE. With his wife, Women of Honor champion, Brandi Rhodes by his side Cody has begun antagonizing his ROH Bullet Club partners for their inability to capture gold. In fact as he pointed out, only the Rhodes have gold currently. This prompted The Young Bucks to promise that the true leader of the Bullet Club would be here for War of the Worlds and sure enough Kenny Omega arrived and immediately challenged Cody for his title. Cody meanwhile may have his eye on Omega, but in the process he took a loss to IWGP Champion Tetsuya Naito during the final night of the televised tour. Certainly with Omega on his radar Cody has bigger things to worry about, but if he does get through Omega tonight, he better know that Naito certainly will loom at some point this year. Another storyline to follow with this bout is the fracture that is looming with the Bullet Club. Win or lose will Cody remain part of the club? We shall see.

Odinson vs. "The Time Bomb" Hiromu Takahashi
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Since winning the Top Prospect tournament in January of 2018, the 6'4" 285 pound Odinson has destroyed everything that has crossed his path. With promos proclaiming "The End" and a recent "connection" with Matt Taven, Odinson's 2018 promises to continue to be explosive. Hiromu Takahashi meanwhile has had put on very solid matches but hasn't quite bridged the gap to being the star that some have pegged him to be. Thankfully for Takahashi he doesn't seem phased, especially since he has his best friend, Daryl, to keep him company. This bout between two deranged and unhinged individuals will be a fun bout featuring two of the games brightest young "prospects".

Tetsuya Naito vs. Dalton Castle
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Since losing the ROH World Title in February, Dalton Castle has been on a rapid tailspin. He's failed to capture the Television title, despite multiple opportunities. Having not won in two months now, Castle is beginning to get more and more unhinged and now has laid out a challenge to the current IWGP World Champion, Tetsuya Naito. Naito came to the War of the World's tour with a clear mission. Beat the best that Ring of Honor has to offer and prove why he is one of the best in the world. Despite that he was defeated by Nick Jackson two weeks ago, before getting back on track and defeating the Ring of Honor champion Cody on the final night of the televised tour. Naito has earned an opportunity to challenge for the ROH World title but now he must focus on the previous ROH World champion, Dalton Castle. Win or lose, Castle must stayed focused just to have a chance in this one.

Junior Heavyweight Showcase
Will Ospreay vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson
VSVSVS

CJ Parker was a failed NXT hippie... three years later he's found himself as NJPW's Juice Robinson. At only 23, Flip Gordon is one of then breakout stars that is working towards a huge future in the sport. Kota Ibushi has been one of the hottest freelancers in the world for the last half-decade and is continuing to prove himself as an elite athlete... but all three of them may not be on the same level as the Aerial Assassin, 24-year old, Will Ospreay. Ospreay is arguably the world's most athletic wrestler and will continue to be one of the shooting stars in this business. This match will allow all four men to showcase themselves, with the winner certainly gaining a great deal of respect and honor.

Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
VSVS

When Ricochet was injured merely a week before making his Ring of Honor debut there was a great deal of disappointment among the ROH faithful. Ricochet promised to make a return to ROH a later date but after the original Ring of Honor champion, Low-Ki, made a shock return during the second night of the tour, Ricochet was motivated to make a surprise return to the ring. This was further exacerbated when Low-Ki began choking Jay Lethal out during their match. Ricochet ran down to make the save but ultimately was struck by Lethal, who was offended that Ricochet felt the need to "save" the greatest first-generation pro wrestler. Lethal and Low-Ki have always had a long-term hard-hitting feud and now Ricochet has stepped right into the middle of it. This one is guaranteed to be a brutal, hard-hitting, and high-flying bout, between three of the best wrestlers in the world.

The Young Bucks vs. EVIL/SANADA
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Matt and Nick Jackson, known colloquially as The Young Bucks challenged the IWGP Tag champs, EVIL and SANADA to a bout to prove that they are still the best damn tag team in the world. Matt and Nick have both had a bit of singles luck in Japan, but since losing the 6-man tag titles in Ring of Honor they've had some struggles in tag action. Facing EVIL and SANADA, arguably the hottest tag team in Japan will be a battle of two of the best current teams on the market. EVIL and SANADA came to Ring of Honor with something to prove, and thus far have done exactly that winning all three matches they've had on the tour, including beating Omega and the Young Bucks in a 6-man tag match.
Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling Present: War of the Worlds
Quick Picks (Session Two, Round Four of Five)
  • ROH World Title: Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
  • ROH Tag Titles, Ladder Warfare: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
  • ROH 6-Man Tag Titles: CHAOS (Ishii, Okada, Yano) vs. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C}
  • ROH TV Title: Kenny King {C} vs. Marty Scurll
  • Tag Bout: EVIL and SANADA vs. The Young Bucks
  • Grudge Match: Hiromu Takahashi vs. Odinson
  • Junior Heavyweight Showcase: Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay
  • Triple Threat: Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
  • Dalton Castle vs. Tetsuya Naito


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Wanted to put together a preview that summed up the matches for this Pay-Per-View. Being that it is the end of the tour for NJPW I thought it would be good to put this on paper and help the readers (as well as myself) better flesh out the matches and the next steps once we return to just being Ring of Honor stars. I hope you enjoy the preview, and consider this the last call for predictions for this PPV... For the couple of you who have predicted already, obviously your predictions will count, but feel free to edit them if this preview leads you to feel the need.

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ROH World Title: Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
On Omega: I thought he was a bit of a dork in his initial ROH run, 10 years ago or however long ago that was. He's STILL a dork...but when it's big match time I think there are very few in the world better than him. (And maybe just one, namely the guy who makes it rain money.)

ROH Tag Titles, Ladder Warfare: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
ROH 6-Man Tag Titles: CHAOS (Ishii, Okada, Yano) vs. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C}
ROH TV Title: Kenny King {C} vs. Marty Scurll
Tag Bout: EVIL and SANADA vs. The Young Bucks
Grudge Match: Hiromu Takahashi vs. Odinson
Junior Heavyweight Showcase: Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay
Triple Threat: Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
Dalton Castle vs. Tetsuya Naito
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ROH World Title: Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega

ROH Tag Titles, Ladder Warfare: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine

ROH 6-Man Tag Titles: CHAOS (Ishii, Okada, Yano) vs. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C}

I think Okada is far to big of a star to hold the ROH 6-Man Tag Titles.

ROH TV Title: Kenny King {C} vs. Marty Scurll

This is an interesting one. kenny has not had the belt all that long but you have proven that does not matter. Therefore, I will go with Marty mainly because I like Marty slightly better.

Tag Bout: EVIL and SANADA vs. The Young Bucks

Grudge Match: Hiromu Takahashi vs. Odinson

Junior Heavyweight Showcase: Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay

Yeah I am not going to go with the former hippy dude from NXT...

Triple Threat: Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet

I think Ki has to win here. That being said, I would not be shocked if any of the others were to win.

Dalton Castle vs. Tetsuya Naito
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ROH World Title: Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
ROH Tag Titles, Ladder Warfare: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
ROH 6-Man Tag Titles: CHAOS (Ishii, Okada, Yano) vs. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C}
ROH TV Title: Kenny King {C} vs. Marty Scurll
Tag Bout: EVIL and SANADA vs. The Young Bucks
Grudge Match: Hiromu Takahashi vs. Odinson
Junior Heavyweight Showcase: Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay
Triple Threat: Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
Dalton Castle vs. Tetsuya Naito

Give some of your own guys some love <3
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ROH World Title: Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
ROH Tag Titles, Ladder Warfare: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
ROH 6-Man Tag Titles: CHAOS (Ishii, Okada, Yano) vs. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C}
ROH TV Title: Kenny King {C} vs. Marty Scurll
Tag Bout: EVIL and SANADA vs. The Young Bucks
Grudge Match: Hiromu Takahashi vs. Odinson
Junior Heavyweight Showcase: Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Will Ospreay
Triple Threat: Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
Dalton Castle vs. Tetsuya Naito
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Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling Present: War of the Worlds

Sunday, May Week 2, 2018
Live of Fite.TV
Commentators: Ian Riccaboni and AJ Kirsch

Pre-show we filmed two ROHWrestling.com exclusives. In the first bout we had a 10-man tag bout. Coast 2 Coast, Josh Woods, Jonathan Gresham and Jay White defeated Tough Guy Inc, Shane Taylor, Silas Young and The Beer City Bruiser. Caprice Coleman again was seen at ringside carefully watching Coast 2 Coast, in particular Shaheem Ali. In the second bout Hangman Page defeated Cheeseburger.

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As the show opened we were treated to a brief pyro show and then a video package highlighting the in-fighting and struggles the Bullet Club has been having. Ending with a highlight of Cody vs. Omega, tonight's main event.

ROH Tag Titles
Ladder Warfare
The Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Motor City Machine Guns vs. War Machine
VSVS

Our Pay-Per-View opening match started with the camera panning away from the ring, revealing four 15' ladders, a grouping of tables, a smattering of chairs and 50 feet of chains surrounding the ring. Above the ring the Ring of Honor Tag Titles were already hung. Ladder Warfare was underway. The bout started as a standard tornado six man tag and immediately got violently with every exchanging punches. Ultimately we saw Jay Briscoe bring in the first weapon, a steel chair, and set it up in the corner of the ring. As it was set Hanson whipped Mark Briscoe toward the chair, but Jay wisely shoved his brother out of the way and went after Hanson. Ultimately the Briscoes managed to use the chair to their advantage and take Hanson down with a drop toe-hold into the chair. Ultimately, the first table was brought into play when Ray Rowe sent Chris Sabin flying over the top-rope and through one of the pre-set tables. This certainly neutralized Sabin for a bit. The first major spot came when Alex Shelley brought a ladder into the ring and beginning spinning like a madman, clearing the ring out and giving himself and opportunity to climb the ladder. As he made his way up Jay Briscoe met him near the top and the two began exchanging blows. This led Hanson and Rowe to climb both sides as well... Our first true high spot came when Hanson threw Jay Briscoe from the top of the ladder out of the ring, nearly 20' below and through a waiting table. As he did that the ladder lost it's balance and all three remaining men went toppling to the ground. Mark Briscoe, wasting no time, set-up his own ladder and immediately climbing, as he reached the top, the now revived Chris Sabin climbed the turnbuckles and drop-kicked the ladder, sending Mark to a similar demise as his brother, through a table, on the floor, roughly 20' away. The carnage was all over, two ladders were down in the ring, three tables broken at ringside, with two men still draped through them. Now, Alex Shelley regained his footing first and grabbed some of the length of chain and began wrapping it around Rowe, securing him to the turnbuckle. Shelley reset the ladder and he began climbing it, reaching the top just as Hanson came to. Hanson pushed the ladder just as Shelley reached for the belts, causing him to land squarely over the ropes... But before Hanson could do anything both Briscoe brothers miraculously were on their feet. Wielding two chain wrapped chairs, Mark and Jay struck Hanson, flooring him and Jay stood guard, warding off Sabin as Mark climbed the ladder and retrieved their belts. Our show opened with The Briscoes defending the gold, and medics tending to all three teams. In particular the medics tended to Rowe, who appeared to have a serious arm injury as a result of being strapped to the ropes with the chain...

The Briscoe Brothers defeated War Machine and Motor City Machine Guns in Ladder Warfare to defend their Ring of Honor Tag Championships
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As the ring was cleared and set-up for our next bout we got a brief video highlighting the Scurll and King feud.

Ring of Honor Television Championship
Kenny King {C} vs. "The Villain" Marty Scurll

VS

Coming off a stellar opening bout this one was a bit of a disappointment. Kenny King has held the TV Title for four months now, losing only once in that span, last week in 6-man tag action to the man he is facing tonight, Marty Scurll. Scurll meanwhile took a brief sabbatical to find himself and unleash the true villain. This bout saw a bit of everything, including near-falls and heelish tactics from both men, but the finish was pure as Marty Scurll caught Kenny King coming off the ropes and locked in the Crossface Chicken Wing forcing King to tap-out and crowning Scurll as the new Ring of Honor Television Champion. King was never on his top-game tonight and that certainly cost him tonight.

Winner, and New Ring of Honor Television Champion: Marty Scurll
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Ring of Honor 6-Man Tag Titles
SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C} vs. CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Toru Yano and Tomohiro Ishii)

VS

The underlying story in this one was certainly that Rocky Romero felt abandoned by CHAOS when he was let-go by NJPW in late January. This prompted him to "Find himself again" connecting with wrestling veterans and SoCal natives The Addiction to form SoCal Uncensored 2.0 in early March. Since capturing the 6-man titles these guys have been on a run, but tonight they would need to bring their umbrellas to avoid the "Rain...maker"... Ok that was a bad line... but the moral of the story stands true. The key to this bout was the ability of SoCal Uncensored 2.0 to isolate and altogether avoid Okada. Ultimately a lapse in judgement by Toru Yano allowed them to do just that. Yano, as he is prone to do, undid the turnbuckle pad, setting Frankie Kazarian up for a brutal irish whip into the corner, but little did Yano know Romero had tagged in and Romero struck from behind with a Running Foreign Devil (Double Knee Strike) into the back of Yano, forcing him chest-first into the exposed turnbuckle and allowing Romero to quickly roll him up and grab the win and title defense for his team.

SoCal Uncensored 2.0 defeated CHAOS to retain the Ring of Honor 6-Man Tag Titles

Post-match The Addiction and Romero held a mock "party" in the ring where Daniels and Kazarian tossed handfuls of coins into the air and Rocky screamed "I'm making it hail in here"... Okada, Yano and Ishii disgustingly stared the trio down as they left the ringside area.
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Odinson vs. "The Time Bomb" Hiromu Takahashi
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Our next bout saw two of the best Top Prospects in wrestling do battle. Odinson towers over Takahashi and the size difference was the big story for the first half of the battle. Ultimately though the Time Bomb made a solid comeback and began taking Odinson down to size and keeping the big-man grounded. Unfortunately for Takahashi, Matt Taven decided to make an appearance, wandering down to ringside, joining the announce table and immediately threatening Takahashi's beloved stuffed animal, Daryl. Hiromu took his eyes off Odinson and came after Taven, who ran around the ring like a madman with Takahashi chasing him until Odinson came out of nowhere and hit a huge Pounce on Takahashi sending him through the barrier at ringside. Odinson dragged Takahashi back into the ring, hit The End and made the cover for the victory as Matt Taven joyously applauded on the ramp.

Odinson defeated Hiromu Takahashi
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Jay Lethal vs. Low-Ki vs. Ricochet
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Up next we had the triple threat that some that featured Ricochet's Ring of Honor debut and two Ring of Honor veterans renewing a rivalry long-since snuffed. This bout was electric from the start and speed was off the charts. Low-Ki and Lethal both put on phenomenal technical displays while Ricochet showed off some of the aerial skills that have made world renowned. Ultimately Low-Ki and Lethal got into a classic chop fest that left both mens chest cut-up and allowed Ricochet to take advantage, dropkicking both men out of the ring. Ricochet then went flying and hit a terrifying Tope Con Hilo on Lethal, but missed Low-Ki who had fallen further away from the scene. This allowed Low-Ki to recover and take the fight to Ricochet, forcing both men back into the ring. Low-Ki backed Ricochet into the corner but Ricochet countered and sent Low-Ki face first into the turnbuckle. Low-Ki fell into the middle of the ring and Ricochet went up top for a devastating maneuver, only to have Lethal sweep his feet out from under him and trap him in a tree of woe position. Lethal then went to climb the ropes but, showing his boyish athleticism, Low-Ki recovered, used the prone Ricochet's body as a springboard and leapt off him, clocking Lethal square across the chest and sending him back to the floor. Low-Ki then bounced up the ropes and hit a huge Ghetto Stomp across the chest of Ricochet and made the cover for the win.

As the match ended and medics tended to Ricochet and his knee, Jay Lethal got back in the ring and got into the face of Low-Ki. The two men went nose-to-nose but ultimately Lethal reached his hand out and showed Low-Ki some respect... Low-Ki reluctantly shook his hand, but Lethal then pulled him close and said "This is only the beginning."

Low-Ki defeated Ricochet and Jay Lethal
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Tetsuya Naito vs. Dalton Castle
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Let's face the facts here. Tetsuya Naito is one of the best in the world, and just last night defeated our Ring of Honor champion. Dalton Castle has been struggling and wanted to prove himself here tonight by taking on Naito. Unfortunately for him Naito was game and Naito proved to him why he is the best in the game today. Naito defeated Castle, and Castle's rough-patch continued...

Tetsuya Naito defeated Dalton Castle

After the match though Dalton Castle fully snapped, going vintage 1990's Chris Jericho and throwing a huge hissy fit in the middle of the ring. The Boys, Brandon and Brent Tate, entered the ring to try to calm Dalton only to be thrown forcefully from the ring... This seemed to snap Castle out of it and he immediately rushed to both Boys side, apologizing profusely and walking to the back with them.
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The Young Bucks vs. EVIL/SANADA
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Up next we had two of the best tag-teams in the world facing-off. Matt and Nick have recently been struggling to get a tag win, but have had good success as individuals. EVIL and SANADA have been arguably the hottest team of 2018, capturing the IWGP Tag Titles and SANADA capturing a singles title as well. This one was just about pride and in this battle both teams put it all on the line. Early on it looked like it was going to be the Young Bucks night, but EVIL and SANADA battled back and took control. Ultimately Nick reversed a Tiger Suplex attempt by SANADA and swung the momentum back into the Young Bucks favor, this time for good. The finish saw The Young Bucks hit two Meltzer Drivers, one on EVIL and one on SANADA and get the pinfall in a truly excellent tag match!

The Young Bucks defeated EVIL/SANADA

Post-Match Chuckie T and Berreta, the Best Friends, announced that they would be making a challenge to The Young Bucks. They said that they want to be known as a premiere tag team and pinning the team that just beat the IWGP Tag Champs will be a phenomenal start.
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Junior Heavyweight Showcase
Will Ospreay vs. Kota Ibushi vs. Flip Gordon vs. Juice Robinson
VSVSVS

Up next was the Junior Heavyweight showcase, featuring two of the youngest stars in Ring of Honor and two of the top Junior Heavyweight stars in NJPW. Kota Ibushi was the odds on favorite here, while Flip Gordon and Juice Robinson certainly represented the underdogs. Will Ospreay therefore was the wild card. To be honest this match wound up disappointing as all four men tried to do a little too much to make themselves known. The finish of the bout saw Flip Gordon hit a 450 Splash on Juice Robinson only to be pulled off by Ibushi who promptly hit a Kamigoye...

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But before Ibushi could make a cover Ospreay struck him in the head with a flurry of lethal kicks, sending him from the ring... Ospreay then set Juice up and hit the aerobatic OsCutter....



and secured the victory.

Will Ospreay defeated Juice Robinson, Kota Ibushi, and Flip Gordon

Post-match, Will Ospreay immediately called out his long-time rival and new Television Champ, Marty Scurll, telling Marty that in 2018 Ospreay would do to Scurll exactly what Scurll did to Ospreay in 2017, and that is take the Television title from his grasp.
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Ring of Honor World Title
Cody {C} vs. Kenny Omega
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With that we reached the main event. Cody and Brandi Rhodes made an elaborate entrance complete with fireworks and a light-show. Cody was wearing a hood, and when he pulled it off he revealed a new look, with bleached blonde hair, much like his father. Omega made a more standard "Cleaner" entrance. Both men wore Bullet Club shirts to the ring, but Cody tore his off revealing an "American Nightmare" shirt underneath as Omega made his way to the ring. The bout itself was a classic Ring of Honor bout which told a story of two men, hungry for glory and power. The match had a slow build-up which both men masterfully handled. Brandi attempted to get involved in the match but was frequently rebuffed, both by Omega and the official. Ultimately she settled into the third seat and provided commentary, allowing her to stay ringside. The Young Bucks, Hangman Page and Marty Scurll all also made their way down to ringside, not to interfere by rather watch the power-struggle that was taking place in the ring. Back and forth it went until suddenly...

"V-Trigger... Noooo Cody moved... Disaster Kick... hit him square in the jaw. Cody lifts Omega... Cross Rhodes!!! He could go for the pin, but instead rolls him over, reverse figure-four. He calls this The American Nightmare Lock... It's locked in. Middle of the ring. Omega has no choice. He is tapping... Cody defends the title."

Cody defeated Kenny Omega to defend the Ring of Honor World Championship

The Bullet Club left ringside helping Kenny Omega up the ramp post-match with only Marty Scurll staying at the top of the ramp to watch as confetti and streamers poured down on Cody and Brandi in the middle of the ring as we went off the air.
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Quick Results:
  • The Briscoes Brothers defeated Motor City Machine Guns and War Machine (C+)
  • Marty Scrull defeated Kenny King (D+)
  • SoCal Uncensored 2.0 defeated CHAOS (C+)
  • Odinson defeated Hiromu Takahashi (D)
  • Low-Ki defeated Jay Lethal and Ricochet (C+)
  • Tetsuya Naito defeated Dalton Castle (C+)
  • The Young Bucks defeated EVIL and SANADA (C+)
  • Will Ospreay defeated Kota Ibushi, Juice Robinson and Flip Gordon (D+)
  • Cody defeated Kenny Omega (C+)

    Overall Rating: C+

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Prediction Contest, After Four of Five Events

The Final Countdown: 3/6 + 7/8 + 6/9 (Current: 16/23)
Powerbrock100: 3/6 + 4/8 + 6/9 (Current: 13/23)
Kijar: 3/6 + 6/8 + 5/8 + 8/9 (Current: 22/31)
BHK1978:2/6 + 5/8 + 4/8 + 8/9 (Current: 19/31)
Warhawk8492: 2/6 + 7/9 (Current: 11/15)
DGenerationMC: 2/6 + 7/8 + 3/8 + 5/9 (Current: 17/31)
KnowYourEnemy: 2/6 + 6/8 + 6/8 + 7/9 (Current: 21/31)
Wolfman84: 6/8 + 7/8 (Current: 13/16)
Blodyxe: 5/8 + 7/9 (Current: 12/17)
Destiny 5/8

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Kijar: You had the right thought process, but I love the conviction on not voting for Odinson out of principal. Haha.

TFC: I'm with you on Omega, I actually just rewatched some of his stuff from 2007-08... he's always been a solid worker, but now he can just turn it up.

Blodyxe: Definitely tried to help my own guys, but when I felt it fit the story better (Castle for example) I was willing to make the sacrifice for the betterment of this story.

This was a fun one. Definitely set-up a couple stories for the future and I think the next post will set-up a new challenger or two for the World title. Really looking forward to the next steps here!
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Amazing show. I dunno how you can top that, very interested to see what's next. So many C+ matches though, hoped for some big ratings. Oh well, they will come eventually
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ROHWrestling.com Exclusive: Low-Ki Signs Short-Term Deal with Ring of Honor


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Merely weeks after returning to Ring of Honor as part of the NJPW War of the Worlds, the original Ring of Honor World Champion, The World Warrior, Low-Ki has signed a deal that will see him stay with Ring of Honor through the summer.

CEO Cary Silkin had this to say: "Low-Ki is a Ring of Honor legend and we are thrilled to be able to welcome him back as a full-time member of our roster for the summer. One thing Low-Ki has made clear to us is that he will continue to tour and freelance throughout the world, but that he felt like he had a lot of unfinished business left here in Ring of Honor, particularly with Jay Lethal, and as such we had mutual interest in making this reunion last longer than the War of the Worlds tour.

While the formal contract details were kept private between Low-Ki and Silkin, we can confirm that the deal is Short-Term in nature.
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Tune in this week on ROH TV to see where we go next!!!
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With War of the Worlds in the rearview mirror Ring of Honor is back on television with an explosive show. We are also six weeks away from Best In The World, our mid-point Pay-Per-View. The show opened with Low-Ki, fresh off signing a contract, coming down to the ring and challenging Jay Lethal to an "Honor Series" a best-of-5 series to determine who truly is one of the best wrestlers in the world! Each match would have a specific stipulation, starting with a traditional singles bout, starting next week.

With an explosive start we went to our first bout, Damien "Punishment" Martinez absolutely annihilated enhancement talent, Julian Starr.

Tom Lawlor headed out to the ring, flanked by his lawyer, Lawlor immediately brought up that for the last month Ring of Honor has been focused on international expansion and the attention of the world. But in reality they should have been focused on the issues at hand. Like how Todd Sinclair is still employed. But Lawlor is willing to let bygones be bygones. He mentions that he never "Formally" signed the contract... rather just scribbled some letters. While it is a "valid" signature, he will never feel like a true member of Ring of Honor until he gets the respect he deserves. ... This prompts Cheeseburger to make an appearance and discuss how being a member of Ring of Honor means more to him than anything in the world. He challenges Lawlor to a bout next week.

Alex Shelley defeated Vinny Marseglia in a relatively quick bout, post-match Shelley called out Cody but got someone he wasn't expecting instead.... "Warbeard" Hanson. Hanson came out and said that Shelley may feel like he's earned a chance but for the last five years Hanson has also given his sweat and blood to this company... and last week his partner, Ray Rowe (Rowe tore his tricep at War of the Worlds and is now out for a bit) gave his arm to this company, almost literally... Hanson said that while Rowe is out, he'll carry on the War Machine name, but he'll also conquer the singles division....

Matt Taven defeated Jonathan Gresham in a back and forth bout that saw Odinson interfere and help Taven get the victory. Post-match Taven and Odinson appeared to cement an alliance of sorts with a handshake on the ramp.

In the main event, The Young Bucks defeated The Best Friends, the bout was easily the match of the night and both teams gave it their all. In the end it was the Young Bucks who seemed primed for a shot at the Briscoes.
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Prior to this weeks show, the in-crowd audience and ROHWrestling.com followers were treated to a SoCal Uncensored 2.0 skit. The team said they knew they were the best in the world and knew no one could challenge them... Most of all they know they won't be fighting in front of THESE fans...

The televised portion of the show kicked off with Cody coming down to the ring. He calls out both Hanson and Alex Shelley and said he admires their gall to challenge him. He said that they were both right, they deserved a shot at Best In The World next month... but... only one of them will get that shot. Soooo, next week it'll be Alex Shelley vs. Hanson; winner is the #1 Contender.

Tom Lawlor wound up choking out Cheeseburger in our opener. Post-match, referee Brian Gorie raised Lawlor's hand, much to his pleasure. But his opportunity to gloat was interrupted by Shane Taylor who came out and said he was tired of sitting around doing nothing. He told Lawlor to shut up and take what has been given to him on a silver spoon, because guys like him (Taylor) don't get those opportunities... and if Lawlor doesn't want it, then you better bet that Shane Taylor is going to take it...

In our next bout Odinson, accompanied to the ring by Matt Taven, shocked the Ring of Honor faithful and defeated Dalton Castle. Post-Match, Dalton Castle had another Jericho-esque 1990s fit and once again threw The Boys out of the ring as Taven and Odinson mocked him in the ring.

Will Ospreay, out to prove he is a force to be reckoned with, defeated Kenny King in our semi-main event. Ospreay post-match called out Scurll and got The Villain on the screen instead of in-person. The Villain, complete in Plague Doctor-esque gear, said that the time will come... but that time is not now...

In our main event, Low-Ki defeated Jay Lethal in the first match of the "Honor Series" Best of Five challenge. This was a great back and forth bout with a ton of huge strikes, kicks, and even some aerial action but in the end Low-Ki hit the throwback Ki Krusher 99 for the victory and the lead in the series. With the victory Low-Ki got to name the stipulation for their next match-up and announced it would be a "Submissions" bout as we went off the air.
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ROH TV June 2018, Week 1

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Pre-Show: BJ Whitmer, with Damien Martinez and Priscilla Kelly defeated Josh Woods

The show kicked off with Cody calling out the Bullet Club, Marty Scurll, The Young Bucks and Hangman Page all enter. Things are heated at the beginning, but Cody calls a truce and says that while it's been made clear to him their loyalty lies with Kenny Omega, he knows that in Ring of Honor, he is the champion and champions (while pointing to Scurll as well as himself and his wife, Brandi Rhodes) require a certain protection. And when the Bucks win the Tag titles from the Briscoes, they'll need some assistance as well... And he knows that the Club is significantly stronger if they stick together... He holds up a One Sweet for the group but The Bucks and Page hesitate, Scurll calls them together and they break the huddle and quickly one-sweet Cody. It sure seems like they may be back on the same page, even if it is merely a relationship of convenience.

The Briscoe Brothers defended their titles against Coast 2 Coast in the opening bout. Ali and St. Giovanni did a great job but are no match for the Briscoes. Post-match, Caprice Coleman comes down to ringside and offers Shaheem Ali his services saying he can take him to the next level. Ali thinks about it, but then says he's not leaving his "brother" and wraps his arm around Leon St. Giovanni. Coleman says he's making a mistake, but walks out.

In another tag bout Flip Gordon and Will Ospreay defeated Hangman Page and the TV Champion, Marty Scurll. Page took the fall after Ospreay hit the OsCutter.

We got a promo video highlighting the Honor Series between Jay Lethal and Low-Ki. Highlights from the first bout were shown and the note that Low-Ki selected a Submissions bout for next week was shown at the end of the promo.

In a bout for the #1 Contendership, Alex Shelley defeated "War Beard" Hanson. Neither man's partner were at ringside with Chris Sabin respecting the fact that Ray Rowe was out with a Tricep injury. Shelley, the underdog size-wise, defeated Hanson with the Sliced Bread #2 and post-match both men showed each-other the respect we'd expect from them. Sabin came down to the ring and he and Shelley celebrated together!
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This weeks show opened with Tom Lawlor submitting Shane Taylor in the middle of the ring. Taylor's size was no match for Lawlor's technical skills. Post-match Lawlor celebrated the win and told the back to never question his skills.

In our second bout Matt Taven and his associate, Odinson defeated The Boys in tag action. Dalton Castle did not come to the ring with The Boys and they looked lost without him.

We got a promo from the Young Bucks telling the Briscoes that at Best In The World they'd prove to them why they are widely known as "The Best In The World"...

Damien "Punishment" Martinez defeated Grizzly Redwood in a squash match. BJ Whitmer, on commentary, highlighted that guys like Grizzly Redwood used to be "names" here in Ring of Honor and that Damien was completing the Exorcism of Ring of Honor one mortal at a time.

Will Ospreay was interviewed backstage, in the interview he mentioned that he had Marty Scurll's number and that at Best In The World he's going to defeat him... 1-2-3, square in the middle of the ring.

Kenny King got back on the winning track defeating Jonathan Gresham in our next bout. Post-match as King celebrate Caprice Coleman came down to the ring and offered him his services. King stares at him and says "Been there, done that" and walks out. Coleman has been turned down again.

In our main event, Jay Lethal tied the Honor Series up, submitting Low-Ki in the middle of the ring with a Figure Four Leg Lock. This was another hard-hitting bout and Lethal fought through adversity to secure the victory. He grabbed a microphone and announced the third match in the series would be a challenge for Low-Ki because it would require him having friends in the back. The third bout will be a Tag Match, and this clearly favors Jay Lethal!

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ROH TV, June 2018 Week 3


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A mere two shows away from Best In The World, Ring of Honor TV was back on your local Sinclair Broadcast Group affiliate with a great card, including the third match in the best of five Honor Series, between Low-Ki and Jay Lethal.

The show kicked off with Best Friends, Beretta and Chuckie T defeating Tough Guy Inc.. Best Friends have been relatively stagnant thus far in Ring of Honor but the fans enjoy them.

Backstage, SoCal Uncensored 2.0 taunt Chris Sabin, saying his partner has abandoned him for bigger and better things and that he was destined to be left alone and out of opportunities. Suddenly, Daniels eyes widen as Hanson steps into the frame... He mentions that he's not a fan of three on one bullying... so at Best in the World, he's going to partner with Sabin and a third man to challenge SoCal Uncensored 2.0 for the 6-Man Tag Titles.

Shaheem Ali defeated Shane Taylor in a one-on-one bout. Post-match Caprice Coleman comes to the ring and tells Taylor that if he wants to have success like he did in 2016, he'll need the "The Pastor of Pain" and offers his hand. Taylor shakes it, Coleman tells Ali that at Best in the World, it'll be Coast 2 Coast vs. Caprice Coleman and Shane Taylor.

Backstage we have a sit-down interview with Alex Shelley, talking about the title shot and how it is his destiny. Cody interrupts the promo and tells the cameraman that they should be focusing on him. Not the challenger, Cody has been the champion for half a year straight and minus a small stumble nearly a whole year yet he isn't getting the attention he deserves. At Best In The World, he'll prove that.

In the main event, our third bout in the Honor Series, Jay Lethal introduces his partner as NJPW regular, Jay White. Low-Ki introduces his partner as former ROH TV champ, Silas Young. The announce team reminds us that this is a standard tag match, but the winning team will get the win for Low-Ki or Lethal, meaning Low-Ki or Lethal doesn't even have to be pinned. Sure enough, Low-Ki takes advantage as he makes Jay White tap out to the Dragon Clutch to take a 2-1 overall lead. He announces post-match that next week, in the fourth bout, it'll be a Falls Count Anywhere match.
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ROH TV, June 2018 Week 4


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ROHWrestling.com Exclusive: Tom Lawlor tapped out Scorpio Sky

The show went on the air with SoCal Uncensored 2.0 in the ring demanding to know who the third member of Chris Sabin and Hanson's odd-fellow team would be. Sabin and Hanson make their entrances... and then War Machine's music hits again as Raymond Rowe, out for the last six weeks steps back onto the stage. The announcers say that Rowe had a tricep injury, but here he is, stepping up for his partner and giving War Machine + Chris Sabin, a legitimate shot at the title.

In the opening bout The Young Bucks defeated the tag division's punching bag, The Dawgs. Post bout the Briscoes ran down and started to swing on the Young Bucks but Matt and Nick got the upper-hand and ran them out of the ring. At Best In The World, The Young Bucks will face The Briscoes for the ROH Tag Titles.

Will Ospreay won his tune-up bout defeating Vinny Marseglia in a surprisingly solid bout. Ospreay will be facing Marty Scurll for his TV Title at Best In The World.

Backstage, Matt Taven, with Odinson, comes upon Dalton Castle. Castle appears to be getting ready for a match. Taven tells him he better not go out there, or he'll risk another melt-down... he better save it for Best In The World, because Odinson is going to END Dalton Castle there.

We move down the hallway and we see Cody and Brandi Rhodes in their dressing room, with their respective titles. Cody discusses the Best In The World main event, where he'll face Alex Shelley with his ROH World Championship on the line. He finishes that off with a statement that set-up another bout. As champion of Ring of Honor he can do virtually whatever he pleases, so tonight he's booking a match... At Best In The World, The Women of Honor will have a 10-woman over the top battle-royal to determine who will face his wife for her title at a later date.

In the main event, and fourth bout of the Honor Series, Jay Lethal defeated Low-Ki in a Falls Count Anywhere bout. The fight went all about the arena but finished square in the middle of the ring, with Jay Lethal hitting the Lethal Injection and getting the win to even the series. The fans were frustrated these two men have faced each other so many times in the last month, but the match itself was solid. Post-match, Jay Lethal said that at Best in the World the fifth and final bout in this Honor Series will be contested under rules near and dear to his heart. They will be contested, for the first time in twelve years, under rules that made names like Danielson, Joe, McGuinness and... Lethal famous. They will be contested under Pure Wrestling rules.

Ian Riccaboni then reminded the audience of the rules as we went off the air:

1) Each wrestler has three rope breaks to stop submission holds and pinfalls during the match. After a wrestler exhausts his rope breaks, submission and pin attempts under the ropes by the opponent are considered legal.

2) There are no closed-fist punches to the face allowed in a Pure match, only open-handed slaps or chops to the face are allowed. Punches to other parts of the body (save for low blows) are permitted. The first use of a closed fist would get a warning, and the second would cause the wrestler to be penalized a rope break. If he is already out of rope breaks, he would be disqualified.

3) A wrestler is subject to a twenty count by the referee if the wrestler goes to the floor.
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Fresh off the War of the Worlds tour, Alex Shelley challenged Cody for the ROH World Title. Hanson took exception to Shelley's immediate challenge and this led to Cody setting up a #1 Contendership Bout which Alex Shelley won. By the end of the bout Shelley and Hanson had earned each-others respect.

That mutual respect became a story that came full circle when Hanson offered to team with Shelley's partner, Chris Sabin and challenge for the 6-Man Tag Titles, held by SoCal Uncensored 2.0. Their third partner will be Hanson's War Machine teammate, Ray Rowe, who missed the last 6 weeks with a tricep injury but will return to the ring at Best In The World.

The Briscoe Brothers and The Young Bucks are arguably the two most well-known "Independent" tag teams in the world. The two teams have even faced off a ton in Japan over the last six months, but at Best In The World these two teams will go at it for the first time under the new booking direction of Ring of Honor. Jay and Mark have shown a ruthless streak that has cut-down everyone in their way, and Nick and Matt better be prepared, or they will become just another victim in the Sandy Fork vs. Everyone saga.

"The Villain" Marty Scurll took a bit of time to soul-search in mid-March, but he returned determined to taste gold once again, at War of the Worlds he captured the TV Title from Kenny King, making him a two-time champion. After the victory though he was promptly challenged by his long-time rival, Will Ospreay. The same man whom Scurll defeated to become the television champion for the first time over a year ago. This time at Best In The World, it will be personal.

During the War of the Worlds tour, original Ring of Honor World Champion, Low-Ki made a shocking return to Ring of Honor. He was immediately thrust back into a feud with long-time rival Jay Lethal, that led to the first ever "Honor Series" a best of five series to determine the better man. After four back and forth bouts the two men are tied at two victories a piece. The fifth and final bout will be held under a set of rules that were around during Low-Ki's first run, and represent the first title Jay Lethal ever held in Ring of Honor. Pure Rules. Limited rope breaks, 20-counts, no closed fists, just Pure Wrestling. Something both men are stars at.

After weeks of rejection, the self-proclaimed "Pastor of Pain" Caprice Coleman finally found someone who would listen to him, Shane Taylor. Now that Coleman and Taylor are teamed up, Coleman has set out to take vengeance on those who wronged him, starting with Shaheem Ali, and his partner Leon St. Giovanni, Coast 2 Coast.

Over the last few months, former Ring of Honor World Champion, Dalton Castle has been taking each loss harder and harder, to the point that he is now acting like a small child who lost his favorite toy after each loss. Matt Taven seems to take great joy in this fact and has been poking the bear over the last few weeks. At Best In The World, Dalton Castle will face Matt Taven's new associate, 2018 Top Prospect Tournament winner, Odinson. Will Castle get a much needed win, or will Odinson send him plunging deeper into the black-hole of losses.

Last but not least, Brandi Rhodes is our first-ever Women of Honor champion. But for the last six months the division has been rather lifeless. Cody set out to change that and using his power as Ring of Honor World Champion set-up a Battle Royal, at Best In The World, Brandi will get to sit back and watch as 10-women will face-off in an over-the-top battle royal to determine who the #1 contender will be.
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  • Women of Honor 10-Woman Battle Royal: Maximum Mecca (Local Talent), Solo Darling, Mandy Leon, Scarlett Bourdeaux, Deonna Purrazzo, Priscilla Kelly, Kelly Klein, Faye Jackson, Jessie Brooks, Sumie Sakai.
  • Dalton Castle w/ The Boys vs. Odinson w/ Matt Taven
  • Tag Match: Caprice Coleman and Shane Taylor vs. Coast 2 Coast
  • Honor Series, Fifth Match Series Tied 2-2, Pure Wrestling Rules: Jay Lethal vs Low-Ki
  • ROH TV: Marty Scurll {C} vs. Will Ospreay
  • ROH 6-Man Tag: SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C} vs. War Machine and Chris Sabin
  • ROH Tag: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Young Bucks
  • ROH World: Alex Shelley vs. Cody {C}
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This set of predictions will conclude the second session of picks. Post-PPV I will PM the winner his prize (hint: it will involve the upcoming Chris Jericho Rager at Sea Pay-Per-View), I will also update the overall standings for the end of the year cumulative prize.

The repetition penalty really sucked the life out of the main event in Week 4, I fear for what it will do to the bout on the PPV, but oh well.

Cary Silkin, the CEO, is tinkering with our product and forcing us to adjust some of the styles we book normally. It's a good challenge.

Trying hard to engage more of the lower card in the next few months. Some guys have been utter-flops, but I'm working on stories for them anyhow!

Thank you all for the support, nomination and votes in the Diary of the Month contest. Sincerely an honor to be even considered for it. There are some phenomenal diaries on this board and I'm glad to be a very small part of an awesome community. This is easily the most fun I've had with a brand.
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Women of Honor 10-Woman Battle Royal: Maximum Mecca (Local Talent), Solo Darling, Mandy Leon, Scarlett Bourdeaux, Deonna Purrazzo, Priscilla Kelly, Kelly Klein, Faye Jackson, Jessie Brooks, Sumie Sakai.

I honestly have only heard of Scarlett and Mandy in real life and Mandy is mega hot so I shall go with her.

Dalton Castle w/ The Boys vs. Odinson w/ Matt Taven

You seem to be high on Odinson, while you do not seem all that interested in Dalton.

Tag Match: Caprice Coleman and Shane Taylor vs. Coast 2 Coast

Honor Series, Fifth Match Series Tied 2-2, Pure Wrestling Rules: Jay Lethal vs Low-Ki

This is probably the toughest one to pick on the entire show. I could see either guy winning here but I am going to go with Ki just for the simple fact that he has only been back for a short time and he could use a big win in a feud.

ROH TV: Marty Scurll {C} vs. Will Ospreay

ROH 6-Man Tag: SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C} vs. War Machine and Chris Sabin

ROH Tag: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Young Bucks

ROH World: Alex Shelley vs. Cody {C}

Alex is more of a tag team guy, so I really cannot see him as the ROH Champion. Granted I said that about Jay Briscoe in real life and they gave him the title so what do I know.

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Women of Honor 10-Woman Battle Royal: Maximum Mecca (Local Talent), Solo Darling, Mandy Leon, Scarlett Bourdeaux, Deonna Purrazzo, Priscilla Kelly, Kelly Klein, Faye Jackson, Jessie Brooks, Sumie Sakai.
Dalton Castle w/ The Boys vs. Odinson w/ Matt Taven
Tag Match: Caprice Coleman and Shane Taylor vs. Coast 2 Coast
Honor Series, Fifth Match Series Tied 2-2, Pure Wrestling Rules: Jay Lethal vs Low-Ki
ROH TV: Marty Scurll {C} vs. Will Ospreay
ROH 6-Man Tag: SoCal Uncensored 2.0 {C} vs. War Machine and Chris Sabin
ROH Tag: Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Young Bucks
ROH World: Alex Shelley vs. Cody {C}

Note: I literally had to Google what Coast 2 Coast looked like before picking them to win.

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