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Ring of Honor Exclusive: Two Rising Stars Set To Debut in Toronto


With the War of the Worlds tour about to kick off with three weeks of television and a pay-per-view, Ring of Honor and NJPW will once again showcase some of the best wrestling that both of these companies have to offer. One week before the tour kicks off Ring of Honor returns to Toronto for the first time in over a year and a half and with it they will be bringing two international superstars to Ring of Honor for the first-time.

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"The Brass" Mark Haskins has wrestled all over the world, and now he is bringing his hard-rock, fast-paced, in-your-face style to Ring of Honor. Having impressed ROH officials two years ago with partner organization RevPro, Haskins has long been on the radar of Ring of Honor and after a lengthy negotiation, Ring of Honor is thrilled to be bringing him in full-time.
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On the other end of the spectrum, and also making his debut in Toronto will be Haskins first ROH opponent, Bandido. The Mexican Luchador who has been dropping jaws online with his breath-taking blend of flawless aerials and impressive technical skills. Bandido recently joined NJPW for his first tour of Japan and will be making his American debut full-time with his deal with Ring of Honor, but first he'll be making his Canadian debut as we head to Toronto this week. He will take on Haskins in what will prove to be an incredibly challenging debut, and will also take part in the War of the Worlds tour representing NJPW and ROH on the undercard. The 24-year old Bandido has unlimited charisma and despite the mask is clearly one to watch!


OOC: Definitely agree with BHK1978 to some extent re: AEW. Would force a total recalibration but also would bring some new names to the forefront and potentially create a third diary in this Universe (joining the MLW diary that I'm keeping just for a way to interact with different wrestlers that we won't see in ROH and a different way of story-telling). It would also present a big challenge in logistics. I did just add NXT UK to my game world just so the WWE has more of a real-feel. Again, I'm having fun making this realistic.

I think my compromise with myself in leaving AEW out (for now) is that I am running the All-In style show this quarter as the second quarter exclusive on Honor Club. That show will likely determine the direction I'll go, but that's a bit away... I will probably call it Double or Nothing instead of my planned name of Independents Day, but we shall see.

Regardless... having a lot of fun with this.
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ROH TV, April 2019, Week 2

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Fresh off Supercard of Honor, Royalty makes their way to the ring to bask in the glory of their victories. Cody proudly holds the ROH World title aloft while Brandi polishes his other titles he's captured in Japan. Meanwhile Austin Theory proudly has the ROH Television title draped over his shoulder and Marty Scurll is prancing about, discussing the defeat of Zack Sabre Jr. They begin to cut a promo only to be interrupted by Jeff Cobb. Cobb comes out with fresh stitches above his right eye. He says he knows what Theory did but that's beneath him now... he doesn't care about the Television Title... He turns straight to Cody and says that this one isn't over... He'll step aside for now but Jeff Cobb will climb that mountain and dethrone the King, he looks straight into the camera and tells ROH officials that on the upcoming War of the Worlds tour he wants to face the best that NJPW can send his way to prove that he is still the best.... This leads the Aerial Assassin himself, Will Ospreay to come out! Ospreay congratulates Royalty on a successful night, but says they seem to be forgetting that Cody's next challenge is already here, and that man is WILL OSPREAY and he's going to end the tyrannical reign of Cody.

Our first match sees the newly minted Kings of the Night (Brian Myers, Rhett Titus and Kenny King) accompanied by their personal security detail easily defeat three enhancement talents that Ian Riccaboni identifies as Sean Maluta, Anthony Bowens and former ROH punching-bag, Grizzly Redwood!

Backstage we see Flip Gordon, Hangman Page suddenly walks up and mentions that both of them haven't exactly had the "breakout" people predicted. Page challenges Flip to a match later tonight which Flip gladly accepts.

The End (Odinson and Hammerstone) easily dispose of the now Dalton Castle-less "Boys" Brent and Brandon Tate. Post-Match, Matt Taven says that losing the 6-man titles hurts, but "The End" is now focused on destroying and annihilating the tag division, and with Matt Taven leading the charge that's a given!

Flip Gordon and Hangman Page had a fast-paced, fun bout, meant to highlight both mens strengths. In the end Flip hit the Star-Spangled Stunner on Page for the victory, but both men did well here and both will be featured in a months coming.

We get a promo from "The Farm" with the Briscoes and their newly captured Tag Titles. The Briscoes say that they ended 2018 on a high-note in Japan by capturing the World Tag League and then started 2019 (in April) after a sabbatical on a higher note by becoming the ten-time ROH Tag Champions. Through that experience they've come to realize that the two of the best in the world reside in Japan and that those two are who they are granting the first title shot of this reign... STAY TUNED.

Wrapping up their stints with ROH, KUSHIDA and Titan defeated Coast 2 Coast in a very solid bout that showcased all four men and made Coast 2 Coast look like a team that may one day have a legitimate shot in the tag division!

The announcers inform us that after Supercard of Honor and the disappointment of losing the titles Jay Lethal has requested to take this month off to refocus and come back stronger than ever so that once Low-Ki is medically cleared to compete again, No Gimmicks Needed will go straight for the belts.

In the main event, Marty Scurll tapped out Jonathan Gresham. Gresham hasn't done a ton in ROH, but he's a solid worker and one that may be looked to solidify the midcard in the future.
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ROH TV, April 2019, Week 3


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Again this week, Royalty makes their way to the ring to bask in the glory of their victories. Cody proudly holds the ROH World title aloft and Austin Theory proudly has the ROH Television title draped over his shoulder. Marty Scurll speaks first and taunts Zack Sabre Jr., Theory is next and says that after last week only solidified that the Future isn't a Theory, but Statement of Truth. And Cody says that he isn't afraid of any man in Ring of Honor... and he's certain none can beat him.... Of course he's interrupted by the Aerial Assassin himself, Will Ospreay! Ospreay says that he doesn't love to talk but Cody's arrogance drives him nuts and at War of the Worlds that belt will no longer be around Cody's waist.

In our first bout of the night we saw two debuts as Mark Haskins defeated Bandido in a match that showcased both men. Haskins is the more experienced worker and he took advantage of that to secure a win, but Bandido is currently gaining valuable experience in Japan and now with ROH and will be a star to watch!

As the match ends, Marty Scurll makes his way out again and says that he may not have a belt, but he is the Villain and Villain's always get what they want... He says that he appreciates that Haskins is here in ROH, but that the two of them have never gotten along, and Scurll is going to teach Haskins a lesson next week on ROH TV.

Up next Fred Yehi defeated Jonathan Gresham in a technical bout that showcased both mens acumen for chain wrestling and counters. This one didn't quite see the 1000 counters that Yehi claims to know, but did see Yehi escape the Octopus Hold and roll it into Rear Naked Choke for the victory.

Post-match Tom Lawlor and Josh Woods joined Yehi in the ring and cut a promo reminding the fans that Team Filthy is here in Ring of Honor and they will tap you out by any means necessary.

We get a highlight package from Supercard of Honor. Jeff Cobb's valiant effort, but ultimate failure is highlighted first and then the explosive Ladder War is highlighted with major highlights including Jay Briscoe chaining Lethal to the barricade, Steven Walters and KC McKnight attacking the Young Bucks after the match, and of course the Briscoes standing tall for the tenth time.

In our television main event, Brian Myers defeated one third of the new ROH Six-Man tag champions, Chuck Taylor. The Prince of Queens showed that he has put his failings in the WWE behind him and showed a new mean streak that fans hadn't seen from him. After the victory the Kings of the Night, Kenny King and Rhett Titus, entered the ring and popped a bottle of champagne to celebrate.
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ROH TV, April Week 4, 2019

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As we hit the road to War of the Worlds at full speed this weeks episode began to to set the table for the Pay-Per-View that will be seen in the middle of May.

As the show goes on the air we hear their is a conflict in the back and our cameras catch-up to see The Top Guys, K.C. McKnight and Steven Walters getting directly into the face of the Young Bucks. They say that they've been antagonized for long enough, but that at War of the Worlds it is put up or shut up time and the Young Bucks better be ready to put up. Security steps in and separates them before anything else happens.

Our first match of the night sees Hangman Page defeat Bandido in a bout designed to help both men stand out to the crowd. Page and Bandido wrestle a similar style and both take risks to wow the crowd. In the end Page gets the win but appears to have respect for Bandido...

Royalty are partially out next as just Cody and Austin Theory make their way to the ring. The announcers mention that Marty Scurll is warming up backstage for his bout with Mark Haskins. They begin to talk about how untouchable they are, but this only prompts Will Ospreay to make his way out and lay out a challenge to the boys of Royalty. Next week, in the main event it'll be Austin Theory and Cody tagging against Will Ospreay and his guest of honor... A fellow Brit, and a man currently tearing it up in New Japan Pro Wrestling... Nick Aldis.

Back from break Marty Scurll defeated Mark Haskins in an excellent match that really showcased both mens strengths. The recent British rising in Ring of Honor continued as a promo aired after the bout with a voice saying: "Marty! I have something I know you want..." and an image of the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title. The announcers then confirm that Zack Sabre Jr. is returning to Ring of Honor and has demanded a rematch with Marty Scurll at the War of the Worlds Pay-Per-View and that he'll be in action on Night two and three of the tour!

Jonathan Gresham tagged with the debuting Tracy Williams to easily defeat The Boys in a bout that was designed to showcase the submission and technical skills of both Gresham and the debuting Williams. Post-Match: Team Filthy surrounded the ring but and stared down Williams and Gresham but left without a fight...

In the television main event The Best Friends and Dalton Castle made their first defense of the ROH 6-Man Title defeating the King of the Night Security team of Brian Milonias, Beer City Bruiser and Bob Evans. The announcers put over that at War of the Worlds the champs will face off against the Kings of the Night (Kenny King, Brian Myers and Rhett Titus).

We then had a final segment with the Briscoe Brothers coming out and announcing that the team they alluded to two weeks ago, and the team that will challenge for the ROH Tag Title at War of the Worlds is the Golden Lovers, Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi!
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Ring of Honor Announces New Japan Pro Wrestling's Participants in the War of the World's Tour

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As the War of the World's three night tour kicked off that will lead into the War of the Worlds PPV, Ring of Honor officials confirmed a number of names that will be on the tour from New Japan Pro Wrestling.

While we learned that Zack Sabre Jr, Nick Aldis, Kota Ibushi and Kenny Omega were all taking part, we can also confirm that there are two others who will be making their US Ring of Honor debuts.

David Finlay Jr., the son of the legendary Fit Finlay, David Finlay is a bit of a wild child and is really nothing like his famous father. Looking to make his own name, Finlay has been a six-man tag specialist in Japan, and has held the Never Openweight Six Man Titles on three occasions, including most recently with ROH's Best Friends.

Juice Robinson, another quirky character, Juice Robinson is an American who has found his niche in Japan and established himself as a star overseas. He is extremely excited about the opportunity to return home and wrestle in front of an American crowd for the first time in nearly three years and promises that the Juice will be on the loose during the War of the Worlds tour!
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OOC: I know it may feel like we've had a bunch of debuts in the last month but it's all in an effort to freshen up the roster and present some new stories and characters. Ring of Honor is always about growth and development and I'm excited to bring some new guys into the fold. The War of the Worlds tour also brings in some names from NJPW and I wanted to go a different route this time by bringing in some of the midcard names to pair with the big three of Sabre, Ibushi, Omega.
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ROH TV, May Week 1, 2019

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The second night of the War of the Worlds tour kicked off with Team Filthy's Fred Yehi and Josh Woods taking on and tapping out the team of Jonathan Gresham and Tracy Williams. Gresham and Woods put on a good fight but Gresham fell victim to Yehi's Koji Clutch finisher.

Backstage Jeff Cobb tells the cameraman that he wants to fight the best in the world and re-establish himself as a dominant force and believes that NJPW's roster is the perfect place to kick this off, he mentions that next week he'll face David Finlay Jr here on ROH TV, and before he can finish Juice Robinson walks up and tells Cobb he better be ready for a fight because if Finlay can't finish him, Juice definitely will...

Zack Sabre Jr's prep for his title defense against Marty Scurll nearly hit roadblock as Mark Haskins pushed Sabre to the edge, but in the end he was forced to tap out and Sabre came out victorious. Post-match The Villain, Marty Scurll was out for the standard staredown.

Backstage The Top Guys are seen, they turn to address the cameraman and cut a scathing promo on the Young Bucks saying they've come to Ring of Honor to bring HONOR back to Wrestling and destroy spot monkeys like the Young Bucks... Forever.

In the television main event Nick Aldis made his ROH debut teaming with #1 Contender Will Ospreay to take on the ROH World Champion, Cody and ROH Television champ, Austin Theory. This was a solid back and forth main event that saw Will Ospreay hit the Os-Cutter on Theory outta nowhere for the victory and truly cement his place atop the contenders board.
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ROH TV, May Week 2, 2019


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The third and final leg of the War of the Worlds Television Taping tour opened with a fun bout between Kenny King/Brian Myers and The Best Friends. It was a quick-paced bout that saw Kenny King steal a win when he grabbed the tights and rolled up Beretta for a 1-2-3. The Bestest Friends (Dalton Castle, Beretta, and Chuckie T) will take on the Kings of the Night (Kenny King, Brian Myers, and Rhett Titus) at the War of the Worlds PPV with the 6-man titles on the line.

Up next The Golden Lovers, Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi make their way out... Omega has a microphone and thanks the ROH faithful for welcoming them back with such warmth. He then says that unfortunately there is truth to the rumor that he was injured last week in Japan and due to a Torn Trapezius he'll be unable to compete for next few months... The fans boo in disappointment. He says that he and Ibushi really wanted to face the Briscoes and wow the crowd but the show must go on and Kenny Omega has hand-picked his replacement....... Jay Lethal. Lethal comes out and shakes hands with Ibushi and Omega as the announcers state that Ibushi and Lethal will team together tonight in the TV main event against SCU 3.0's Frankie Kazarian and Rocky Romero. The announcers also mention that Lethal himself was victim to this scenario last month when his partner, Low-Ki was injured prior to their big match with the Young Bucks and The Briscoes.

In a solid bout Jeff Cobb defeated David Finlay Jr. Finlay was surprisingly over with the ROH faithful and took the former TV champ to the limit before being caught with the Tour of the Islands. Post-match, Juice Robinson was out and officially made the challenge to Cobb for the PPV. It'll be Juice Robinson vs. Jeff Cobb... This seems to piss-off Matt Taven who comes out with The End. Taven challenges Juice right then and there...

As we return from break we see Juice and Taven already underway. David Finlay Jr has stayed at ringside to cheer on his friend and The End pace, looking to protect Taven. Jeff Cobb joins the commentary during this one but as Odinson and Hammerstone begin to get involved, Cobb leaves his post and together with Finlay evens the score at ringside. This brief tussle is enough for Juice to take control and score the win over Taven. As The End and Taven high-tail it to the back Jeff Cobb shakes hands with both Finlay and Juice.

We get a pre-taped promo with SCU 3.0. Christopher Daniels discusses with Frankie Kazarian, Brody King and Rocky Romero what is next for the team and how they will be able to conquer the world by simply starting small... with guys like Kota Ibushi...... Romero and Kazarian seem slightly confused by Daniels but Brody seemed to understand Daniels completely... This was a bit silly, but ultimately got the point across.

In the television main event Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi showed excellent chemistry in their first ever match together defeating Rocky Romero and Frankie Kazarian in a stellar match-up. Lethal and Ibushi celebrated as the announcers hyped that they would face The Briscoe Brothers at War of the Worlds.

Before we went off the air, Royalty was out to discuss the pay-per-view... Before they start Will Ospreay is out and he's brought with him two of his friends... Zack Sabre Jr and Nick Aldis. He reminds Cody that last week his team defeated Cody's and that tomorrow on Pay-Per-View that will be the same result... Ospreay beating Royalty. He mentions that Sabre will be putting his IWGP Junior Heavyweight title on the line against Marty Scurll and that now will the blessing of ROH officials, Nick Aldis will be challenging Austin Theory for the ROH Television title... So when Ospreay finishes the night by pinning Cody and being crowded the New ROH World Champion, this new "Revolution" of British Wrestling will take down Royalty... once and for all...
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OOC: Next post will be the PPV preview, really love this card. Think there are some fun stories coming out of this one and that's not always the case with this cross promotion PPV's. The Omega injury really knocked the wind out of my sails. I think the Golden Lovers vs. Briscoes would likely produce my best ever match-rating. Oh well... Maybe in October! Lethal is a great replacement though... and it might build to something big. Hint hint.
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Great stuff, man! I didn't read too much of it as I'm running a ROH dynasty also. Keep up this awesome work, love the detail in what I did read.
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Honor Club Exclusive: War of the Worlds Exclusive Bouts


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Tonight's Honor Club Exclusive will feature five bouts including three Future of Honor proving ground bouts that will feature potential ROH stars against current ROH stars. A strong showing in these may earn them future opportunities with Ring of Honor. Tonight we will feature, "Mile High Magnum" Dak Draper, "The Last Incan Warrior" Cesar Casafranca, and "The History of Violence" Ken Dixon.

Our opening bout saw the "Workhorseman" Anthony Henry defeat Will Ferrera with a huge spine buster planting him squarely in the middle of the ring.

Up next we saw a recap of the Supercard of Honor before kicking it back to the ring for an eight-man tag featuring SoCal Uncensored 3.0 taking on the team of Shiima Xion, Flip Gordon and Coast 2 Coast. Brody King led the team in this one and secured the victory pinning LSG.

In our first Future of Honor Proving Ground bout TK O'Ryan defeated "The Mile High Magnum" Dak Draper in a poor match that really didn't showcase either man.

In another Future of Honor Proving Ground bout Shiima Xion defeated "The Last Incan Warrior" Cesar Casafranca. Much better bout here that showed promise in Casafranca. Xion is a solid worker and really helped this bout.

In our final Future of Honor Proving Ground matchup, Hangman Page defeated "The History of Violence" Ken Dixon in another solid bout. Dixon is an experience wrestler looking for a big break, with showings like this he may get his chance!

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Ring of Honor World Championship
Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay
Ring of Honor's top star, Cody, faces 2019's breakout star and the winner of Calle Dorado, Will Ospreay. Ospreay has been on fire since his victory at Manhattan Mayhem, taking on all comers including ROH TV champion, Austin Theory, and CMLL superstar Rush. Cody on the other hand has beaten every single challenge thrown his way in his 15 month reign as champion, and while Ospreay may be on the rise, Cody has promised to cut him down to size and retain his championship.

Ring of Honor Television Championship
Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis
The 2019 Top Prospect, Austin Theory quickly established himself as a true force in Ring of Honor when he aligned with Cody and Marty Scurll under the banner of Royalty. On the other end stands Nick Aldis, he himself once a rising star who found himself crashing out of the limelight. After a brief hiatus, Aldis has reestablished himself and has been tearing up Japan while represent NJPW. This will pose a true challenge to Theory and one that will make an honest man out of the winner.

IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title
Zack Sabre Jr {C} vs. Marty Scurll
Life-long rivals and occasional allies, Zack Sabre Jr and Marty Scurll have been through the ups and downs together while navigating the global wrestling scene. After last months victory for Scurll at Supercard of Honor, Zack Sabre has returned to Ring of Honor and this time will put up his IWGP Jr. Heavyweight title in an effort to get back to even against The Villain.

ROH Tag Championship
The Briscoes {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi
When the Briscoes captured the ROH Tag Titles for the tenth time they immediately announced that they wanted to make their first defense against the best team in Japan the Golden Lovers in a bout that was bound to tear the roof off the building... Unfortunately though Kenny Omega suffered a Torn Trap in a bout for NJPW earlier this week. Omega appeared on ROH TV last night to announce that the bound would still be going on and named Jay Lethal as his replacement. Jay Lethal himself has seen the downside of his partner falling victim to an injury when Low-Ki was hurt prior to Supercard of Honor.

ROH Six-Man Championship
The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night
Dalton Castle, Chuckie T and Beretta conquered the The End and Matt Taven at Supercard of Honor and were immediately challenged by the new trio known as the Kings of the Night, Kenny King, Rhett Titus and Brian Myers. While they may love to party, the Kings of the Night have the experience and expertise to be a real threat to the new champs. Beyond that, The Kings of the Night will have their personal security at ringside and that will certainly throw a wrinkle into this one.

The Top Guys vs. The Young Bucks
At Supercard of Honor, Jay Lethal brought in a "Top Guy" as his replacement for Low-Ki, and that turned out to be Steven Walters, but what Lethal and certainly the Young Bucks didn't realize was that Walters didn't come alone as KC McKnight came with him and immediately ignited the feud that had been stirring on social media between The Young Bucks and The then "Revival"... Now in this one we will see once and for all who are "Forever the Top Guys"...

Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson
Jeff Cobb's 2019 has been a bit of a rollercoaster, he remains a destructive force but after two set-backs at Supercard of Honor definitely forced Cobb to refocus and reassess. As the calendar turned to May, Cobb has been challenged by a rising star in Japan, Juice Robinson. And after a vicious post-match attack that saw Cobb come to Robinson and David Finlay Jr's aid and showed them the mutual respect that he feels they've earned while establishing themselves in Japan. This one will be a great bout that will certainly shape the summer for both men.
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Quick Picks for War of the Worlds
  • ROH World: Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay
  • ROH TV: Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis
  • IWGP Jr. Heavyweight: Zack Sabre Jr {C} vs. Marty Scurll
  • ROH Tag: The Briscoes {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi
  • ROH 6-Man: The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night
  • The Top Guys vs. The Young Bucks
  • Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson
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ROH World: Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay

ROH TV: Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis

Aldis might still have that TNA popularity and that alone might be enough for him to pick up the win here.

IWGP Jr. Heavyweight: Zack Sabre Jr {C} vs. Marty Scurll

ROH Tag: The Briscoes {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi

ROH 6-Man: The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night

The Top Guys vs. The Young Bucks

Well I cannot stand the Bucks so I have to go with TTG, even if I think they will probably lose here.

Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson

Really tough call here, I think Jeff is going to be the winner but I can see it going the other way as well.
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ROH World: Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay
ROH TV: Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis
IWGP Jr. Heavyweight: Zack Sabre Jr {C} vs. Marty Scurll
ROH Tag: The Briscoes {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi
ROH 6-Man: The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night
The Top Guys vs. The Young Bucks
Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson
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ROH World: Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay
ROH TV: Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis
IWGP Jr. Heavyweight: Zack Sabre Jr {C} vs. Marty Scurll
ROH Tag: The Briscoes {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi
ROH 6-Man: The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night
The Top Guys vs. The Young Bucks
Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson
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ROH World: Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay
ROH TV: Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis
IWGP Jr. Heavyweight: Zack Sabre Jr {C} vs. Marty Scurll
ROH Tag: The Briscoes {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi
ROH 6-Man: The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night
The Top Guys vs. The Young Bucks
Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson
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Massive cards of as late. Loving this diary so much and think you made the right call regarding AEW

ROH World: Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay
ROH TV: Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis
IWGP Jr. Heavyweight: Zack Sabre Jr {C} vs. Marty Scurll
ROH Tag: The Briscoes {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi
ROH 6-Man: The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night
The Top Guys vs. The Young Bucks
Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson
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I'll go with...

Cody
Theory
Villain
Briscoes
Kings of the Night
Top Guys - say YEAH
Cobb

Happy to see you bringing in Haskins and Bandido, they are very talented
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Ring of Honor: War of the Worlds
Live on Pay-Per-View
May Week 2, 2019


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Ringside Ian Riccaboni and AJ Kirsch greet us and briefly run us down the card for tonight before sending us to the ring for the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title Bout between Marty Scurll and the champion Zack Sabre Jr.

IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship
Zack Sabre Jr. {C} vs. Marty Scurll


These two met last month at Supercard of Honor and had a very solid bout that saw Scurll take home a victory and put him in the drivers-seat in this long-running global rivalry. This was started slowly and was a very technical and pace-driven bout that harkened back to many classic British wrestling matches of the past. Each man had a quick answer for the other and we saw a brilliant sequence of chain wrestling that really highlighted both mens strength and familiarity with one another. Scurll appeared to have a slight advantage when out of nowhere Sabre dropped Scurll with a quick back-elbow to the skull. He pounced right away and locked in the Hypernormalisation (Double wrist-clutch reverse octopus hold) only for Scurll to manage to swing his weight and roll Sabre up for a quick pinfall...

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Winner and STILL IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion: Zack Sabre Jr.
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Backstage Bobby Cruise catches up with the Bestest Friends who are prepared to defend their Six-Man tag titles for the first time against the fast rising Kings of the Night. Beretta says that he and Chuckie T knew that adding Dalton Castle to this Bromance was exactly what the team needed to move forward and tonight they'll prove they don't have a championship hangover.
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Jeff Cobb vs. Juice Robinson


Cobb has been a dominant force in ROH in his first half a year, but standing across the ring from him was Juice Robinson, a man who has seen career take off ever since he moved across the ocean and became a mainstay on the NJPW roster. Last month Cobb had potentially the worst night of his career when Austin Theory and Cody both defeated him at Supercard of Honor and Cobb left that event with nothing around his waist.

In this one Cobb wasted no time going after Robinson, but Robinson was surprisingly game and the announcers mentioned the Juice had recently been competing against the likes of Tenzan and Kojima in NJPW and the strength and size of Jeff Cobb wasn't perhaps as surprising as some thought it would be. Robinson even managed to take Cobb down pretty quickly. Kirsch was quick to mention that though Cobb had the weight advantage, Juice is 6'3" and one of the stronger men in the ring. Juice kept Cobb grounded early and backed him into the corner. He went for a quick palm strike but Cobb caught the hand and delivered a stiff kick into the stomach of Juice and proceeded to squeeze the pulp out of him and deliver a trio of suplexes that sent Robinson from corner to corner. The announcers begin to discuss the fact that Juice defeated Matt Taven last week and of course just like that The End and Matt Taven make their way out to the ringside area. Taven joins Riccaboni and Kirsch on commentary while Odinson and Hammerstone stand behind him.

Back in the ring Jeff Cobb has Juice up and delivers another suplex that sends Juice through the ropes and to the floor. Cobb turns his attention to Matt Taven at ringside and begins to yell at him and tells him that he'll wipe the ring with him any day, any place, any time. Referee Paul Turner seeing this "semi-distraction" immediately ejects The End and Matt Taven from ringside. Shockingly, Taven complies and he and his men start to head to the back... Juice is back in the ring and tries to take advantage of Cobb's lack of focus but Cobb swoops him up and delivers the Tour of the Islands for a 1-2-3.

Winner: Jeff Cobb

As Cobb celebrates and Juice heads up the ramp Matt Taven delivers a Superkick straight to his jaw... The End lift Juice up and prepare to deliver a power bomb on the stage but David Finlay Jr comes running down and makes the save... the numbers quickly get the better of Finlay though and Odinson and Hammerstone both have a man on their shoulders... but before things get messy, Jeff Cobb leaves the ring and makes the save for two men that he appears to respect sending The End and Matt Taven high-tailing it to the back.
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The Top Guys (KC McKnight and Steven Walters) vs. The Young Bucks


A match made in Internet-smark heaven is finally taking place as The Top Guys take on The Young Bucks in what will serve as their first official match as a team in Ring of Honor. The two old-school technicians who like to mechanically disassemble their opponents facing off against two of the flashy daredevils in the game. Immediately the fans begin to shower to the ring with streamers which results in The Top Guys leaving the ring and demanding respect from the fans. Naturally this prompts a dual flip over the top from the Bucks and this one is underway as Todd Sinclair calls for the bell to start the bout. Matt and Nick work over both men at ringside before getting the action back into the ring. In the ring the Young Bucks continue the fast-paced assault leaving both Top Guys battered and attempting to regroup. This time Nick Jackson bluffs a suicide dive which throws off the Top Guys and allows Matt Jackson to fly around the ring and clothesline both of them before flexing for the fans.

Sinclair's count reaches eight, but all four men are back in the ring and things begin to turn in the Top Guys favor as McKnight gets a hot tag and comes flying through the ring delivering multiple lariats before landing a hard right square to the jaw of Nick Jackson that leaves him on the mat. Seated Dropkick. McKnight with the cover.

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McKnight powers through Matt Jackson and delivers a kick to Nick to break up the pinfall... He turns around and meets a Superkick from Matt that sends him to the floor....

Nick has Walters up... Matt bounces around... MELTZER DRIVER....

Nick makes the cover and Matt goes diving over the top rope to take out McKnight.


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Winners: The Young Bucks

As The Young Bucks celebrate in the ring, KC McKnight and Steven Walters have Todd Sinclair cornered at the top of the ramp as he tries to exit stage left. Cameras catch up as KC McKnight is screaming that the Young Bucks used illegal maneuvers throughout the match and that the Top Guys were contesting the result of this match. Sinclair insisted he saw nothing illegal and continued backstage and this just further pissed The Top Guys off. Steven Walters was heard saying that they were calling Cary Silkin immediately to formally file the protest...

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ROH Six Man Championship
The Bestest Friends {C} vs. The Kings of the Night


After the fast-paced and long-awaited clash that proceeded this, this bout was designed to bring the crowd down a bit, but even through that this one was one of the best six-man title bouts we've seen. The chemistry of both teams was on display early as all six men were able to connect with their signature maneuvers. Brian Myers looked strong once again and really has taken to this "Prince of Queens" character as he insulted the crowd and let everyone know that after this match the afterparty was an invite-only affair that none of them were invited too... except for that "Blonde in the front row"... Myers boasting and bragging slowed his teams momentum and as he tagged in Rhett Titus the sands of change fully blew through as Dalton Castle made a quick tag to Chuckie T, who promptly tagged Beretta leading to Beretta delivering a Gobstopper to Titus, and Chuckie T and Castle quickly disposing of King and Myers from the apron...

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Winner and Still ROH Six-Man Tag Champions: The Bestest Friends
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We get a promo video with a wolf-like creature sitting on top of a cliff... as the camera pans back the creature appears to evolve into a man and it dives off the cliff in a stunning, yet graceful dive... the screen goes black briefly... and then reads... DAREWOLF... It transitions into a highlight package of PJ Black's recent career around the globe. Ian Riccaboni informs us that he's been fed the information that the "Darewolf" PJ Black has signed with Ring of Honor and will be making his debut next week on ROH TV!!!
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Austin Theory {C} vs. Nick Aldis


The announcers hype this one as a battle of two men with similar meteoric rises to fame in the wrestling industry. Pointing out that Aldis was a mainstay star by the time he was 22, and Theory is currently the 22-year old ROH Television champion with a cocky streak that reminds fans a lot of Aldis. They also mention that Aldis has fully committed to recreating his image and proving that he wasn't a flash in the pan. They mention the success he's had in NJPW and say that if Theory takes this one lightly he'll leave here without his title around his waist. As this one gets underway both men spend some time feeling each other out. Aldis seems to have a very solid scouting report as he deflects each of Theory's early attempts and takes Theory down with a solid dropkick. Theory counters with a leg sweep and this one begins to pick up pace quickly.

The announcers mention that Aldis is one of a number of British wrestlers that Ring of Honor has and that later tonight we will see Will Ospreay face Cody with the ROH World Title on the line. Theory has the advantage now and Aldis is down... Theory goes for the Standing Moonsault but lands stomach first across Aldis' knees. As Theory rolls around in agony. Aldis sits up and waves his finger in Theory's face. Theory spits on him but Aldis doesn't flinch, instead slapping Theory across the chest to a loud WOOOOOOOO from the crowd. Aldis drops Theory with a punch and climbs to the top rope, naturally, Priscilla Kelly begins to climb onto the apron but Mark Haskins sprints down from the back and pulls her down before she can interfere. Aldis nods at Haskins in appreciation and delivers a Flying Elbow squarely into Theory's chest.

We might have a new champion...


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We do, Nick Aldis has won the Ring of Honor Television Championship. The cocky, "Unproven One" Austin Theory has been struck down by Nick Aldis, a fallen star now restored here in Ring of Honor.

Winner and NEW Ring of Honor Television Champion: Nick Aldis

As Aldis celebrates he is greeted in the ring by Mark Haskins and together they head up the ramp where they are joined by Zack Sabre Jr., Ian Riccaboni hypes them up as a unit, and suggests they may be the next "British Revolution" in professional wrestling, while AJ Kirsch says he thinks these guys are just friends showing support for one another...but that what Mark Haskins did proved he was there to support the best wrestlers in the world.
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The Briscoe Brothers {C} vs. Jay Lethal and Kota Ibushi


This bout was originally scheduled to be the Briscoes vs. The Golden Lovers, but when Omega went down with an injury Jay Lethal was named his hand-picked replacement, and boy did they deliver. This one was a masterpiece from the beginning. Lethal and Ibushi were on the same page from the get-go and despite never having tagged together before seemed like they were a perfect unit. The Ten Time champ Briscoes on the other hand brought their standard rough and rowdy style right at the new team and kept the fans on the edge of their seats with fast strikes and powerful blows. Lethal, Ring of Honor's "Grand Slam Man" had a great sequence with Jay Briscoe where both men exchanged blows before running full speed into one another and falling hard to the mat... Todd Sinclair started the count and made it to a six-count before either man stirred... As both Jay's began to rise Sinclair reached seven.

Lethal is to a knee... as is Briscoe...


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Ibushi is imploring his teammate to his feet... Mark screaming at his brother.


Nine.... Lethal is standing... Briscoe is as well.... Sinclair halts the count and both men dive for their respective corners. Lethal's hand clips Ibushi's first and Ibushi is in like a ball of fire. He knocks Mark off the apron and immediately begins the assault on Jay Briscoe.

He lifts Briscoe... Golden Star Powerbomb... the cover... this is it...

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To the top rope...

FROGGY BOW... CONNECTS


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Just as Lethal connects with Mark Briscoe so too does Todd Sinclair hand with the mat... he calls for the bell... This one is OVER! The Briscoes retain.



Winners and STILL ROH Tag Team Champions: The Briscoe Brothers


Jay Lethal, exhausted, is seated in the ring as the camera pans back to show the Briscoes on the turnbuckles stirring. It pans further back....


The crowd pops wildly...





LOW-KI is back and he is standing on the stage... He is staring daggers through Jay Briscoe, he transitions his gaze toward Mark Briscoe... and then Jay Lethal.... Without saying a word "The World Warrior," and Jay Lethal's partner in No Gimmicks Needed has sent a message to everyone in the ring.
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ROH World Championship
Cody {C} vs. Will Ospreay


After the standard video package and ring introductions Ospreay and Cody dance around the ring and finally adhere to the Code of Honor and shake hands. Cody immediately pulls Ospreay in close but is met by Ospreay's forehead to his skull sending Cody into the corner. Ospreay comes right at him and like a ball of fire has the champ pinned into the corner and taking on damage quickly. Cody tries to cower and cover his face but Ospreay is unrelenting he continues to bring the pain to Cody and isn't slowing down. He tosses Cody back toward the middle of the ring and hops up to the top turnbuckle... The Aerial Assassin takes flight and connects in the middle of the ring... mere minutes in and we have a pinfall...


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Not so fast Mr. Ospreay, the champ powers out and begins to mount a comeback. Slowly but surely he battles his way back to his feet and snatches Ospreay into a headlock in the center of the ring. After the furious start Ospreay appears a little burnt out and Cody is clearly content to hold this rest hold and recover, but Ospreay sweeps the legs out and makes another quick cover.


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Cody bounces off the middle rope looking for the Disaster Kick...

But he's caught by a Cutter out nowhere. Ospreay is impressing everyone, as Brandi Rhodes nervously paces at ringside. Ospreay climbs to the top rope... he's going to risk it all.... 630 Senton...

As he floats through the air time appears to freeze. Flashbulbs pop as he rotates two and half times......


But lands squarely in the middle of the mat without Cody underneath him... the champion moved at the last second and Ospreay is down and out in the middle.

Cody is up to a knee... Now standing, he lifts the nearly lifeless body of Ospreay and has him set-up for the Cross Rhodes... He spins him but Ospreay continues the rotation and somehow lands on his feet... Jumping Knee to the chin of Cody... He's dazed, Ospreay is dazed as well but this is his chance... Springboard to the ropes, Os-Cutter.... CONNECTS. Cody is down. Ospreay is down. Can Ospreay crawl over and make the cover. Cody's wife Brandi is pounding on the mat imploring her husband to wake-up but he's unresponsive. Ospreay is two feet away... now one... he reaches over and drapes his arm over Cody.



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Thr... NOOOO Cody lifted his boot and got a toe onto the ropes. Rope break to save his title!

Ospreay cannot believe it. He needs to muster whatever energy he has left. He lifts Cody up... Springboard... Cody's body collapses at the waist and Ospreay sort of just lands on him in a precarious position. Suddenly, Cody hooks the arms and stands delivering a slightly modified Vertabreaker and drops Ospreay squarely on his head. He crawls towards Ospreay and drapes his arm over him.




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Once again, Cody has defended the title. Pushed to the absolute limit here, Cody once again proved why he is one of the best.


Winner and STILL Ring of Honor World Champion: Cody

Post-Match, Austin Theory, Brandi Rhodes, Marty Scurll and Priscilla Kelly join Cody in the ring to celebrate. Theory lifts the prone Will Ospreay and delivers an Unproven Cutter to him much to the joy of his Royalty mates. But before things get too far out of hand Zack Sabre Jr, Mark Haskins, and Nick Aldis run down to the ring and begin to clean house to support Ospreay...


The lights go off and when they return...










"That's DAVEY BOY SMITH JR."



We haven't seen him since December and he immediately delivers stereo clotheslines that would make his father blush to Aldis and Haskins. Sabre jumps at him but is batted out of the air. The announcers make mention that Sabre and Smith have a history in NJPW as members of the defunct Suzuki-Gun stable. Smith lifts Sabre and delivers a huge Powerbomb, crashing Sabre down on top of Ospreay and leaving Royalty standing tall in the ring as we go off the air.
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Woo! Good to see Davey Boy getting the big return from injury spot!

A couple of big surprises as well, very enjoyable show.
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Default Honor Club Exclusive: War of the Worlds Recap

Honor Club Exclusive: War of the Worlds Recap

The recap show opened up with a pre-show bout featuring "The Workhorseman" Anthony Henry taking on Team Filthy's Josh "The Goods" Woods. This one was a solid back and forth featuring two of our lower midcard workers. Woods has had a solid amount of momentum since turning on his former partner Cheeseburger and aligning with "Filthy" Tom Lawlor and Fred Yehi. As for Anthony Henry, after a solid showing in the Top Prospect Tournament he's proven himself to be a solid worker who brings a hard hitting style to the ring and uses his Father-in-Law, David Young's signature Spinebuster as his finisher. And in this one it was that Spinebuster that did in Woods and gave "The Workhorseman" Anthony Henry a solid victory.

As for the pay-per-view itself, the ratings area in and it was one of our best shows yet. According to Wrestling Observer Radio the matches received rave reviews let's run them down....
  • Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Marty Scurll via Calf Slicer/Bridge Submission(B-)
  • Jeff Cobb defeated Juice Robinson via Tour of Islands (C)
  • The Young Bucks defeated The Top Guys via Meltzer Driver (B-)

... suddenly the Honor Club exclusive show is interrupted by KC McKnight and Steven Walters...

McKnight and Walters immediately say that The Young Bucks victory is invalid and present tell the production truck to play the clips they delivered.

The show plays the opening segment of the match when The Top Guys left the ring due to the streamers and the Young Bucks dove over the top rope and took them out before the bell even rang. Next there is a clip of Nick Jackson leaping from the top rope, and Matt Jackson springboarding from the ropes to the floor. Next there are clips of some tandem moves and "questionable" tags that the Young Bucks made throughout the match. Finally there was the finish with the Meltzer Driver and Matt Jackson finishing the maneuver by leaving the ring to take out McKnight.

Back on set The Top Guys say that they will be making a formal announcement soon, but for the time being their lawyers have advised them to take this week and prepare a plan of action for moving forward with "Honorable" Rules...

Slightly shaken by the surprise guests host Bobby Cruise continues to run down the match ratings.
  • The Bestest Friends defeated The Kings of the Night via Gobstopper (C+)
  • Nick Aldis defeated Austin Theory via Flying Elbow (D)
  • The Briscoe Brothers defeated Kota Ibushi and Jay Lethal via Froggy Bow (B)
  • Cody defeated Will Ospreay (B-)
Overall Show Rating (B-)

Bobby Cruise then announces that he can confirm that this week on Ring of Honor television we will hear from Royalty, including the newly returned Davey Boy Smith Jr.

He also announces that PJ Black will make his Ring of Honor debut and last but not least, that Low-Ki will be in action for the first time in two months and will be in the main event.

All this and more as we begin down the road to Best in the World.

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Let's go behind the curtain!

Predictions
  • BHK1978 (5/7)
  • aya_ (4/7)
  • Rhyme1234 (5/7)
  • Omega58 (5/7)
  • Powerbrock100 (4/7)
  • Kijar (4/7)

Nice tightly bunched group.

Thanks all for the predictions, love the comments and commentary. Think the Top Guys storyline that will come out of this is a good one and will be enjoyed. Ended up going with Aldis as the winner of the TV title because the belt has been dragging ratings down with it and I think Aldis/Theory are a nice dichotomy of where they are at with their careers. They actually have similar ratings in popularity, but that matched bombed. I originally planned for Ospreay to win the title but alas opted to keep Cody with the belt and bring the now (well almost) healthy Davey Boy Smith Jr back into the Royalty group to give them some actual muscle. In turn with Mark Haskins, Nick Aldis and ZSJ being more "regulars" now I saw an opportunity to create an alliance of sorts around British Wrestling/wrestlers. Working on a name for the group (it may be an informal group. Think either British Revolution or the Honor Guard).

Calendar Update:

Q2's Honor Club Exclusive Show was originally going to be the second edition of All In, but we are going to bounce that to Q3. W Honor United in conjunction with RPW but it will likely now be in Q3, but it will likely now be a regular PPV (Probably August). The Rock N Rager at Sea is definitely happening again and it will likely be the standalone Honor Club show for Q3, I may use the MLW diary to tie into that or may make an MLW vs. ROH show. Lots of options. For now I'm just going to keep having fun and enjoying building this diary out!

2019's Remaining PPV Schedule
(Italics are changes)
June: Best In The World
July: Glory by Honor
August: Honor United (In Conjunction with RPW)
September: Death Before Dishonor
October: Global Wars (In Conjunction with NJPW)
November: Survival of the Fittest
December: Final Battle

2019's Honor Club Exclusive Quarterly Show
Q2 (April-June): The Crockett Cup
Q3 (July-September): Chris Jericho's Second Annual Rock-N-Rager At Sea
Q4 (October-December): All In 2: Double or Nothing



Lastly, the next post will have details on both the Crockett Cup and the World Cup that was hinted at and will be featured across four brands and will be featured on ROH TV and Honor Club with the finals taking place a next months Best In The World PPV.
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