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In 2002, The Era of Honor Begins...



In 2003, we chose Death Before Dishonor...



In 2004, The Battle Lines Are Drawn and we're just getting started...



We don't imitate...

WE INNOVATE



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Ring of Honor — Final Battle 2003
January 2nd, 2004 | Posted by Atticus


Opening the DVD was a backstage segment with The Carnage Crew, who were looking to kick off the show early by searching for Special K, muttering something about teaching “those rich raver punks” a lesson. But perhaps fortunately, Special K was nowhere to be found.

A new segment with Samoa Joe called “Samoa Joe’s Ring” kicks off with Joe talking about the effectiveness of his moves with some of the students from the ROH School. Oman Tortuga is eager to help Joe, but quickly regrets that decision as Joe nearly chokes him out before he can get away.

The first match of the night is underway as the “American Dragon” Bryan Danielson takes on one half of the Briscoes, Jay. A really entertaining back and forth match with both men trying to knock one another out with uppercut after uppercut. Danielson eventually gets the upperhand and makes Jay tap out to the Cattle Mutilation at 13:37. A great opener that made Jay look great heading into his ROH World Championship match.
Rating: ***

Next is a DVD extra where Trent Acid is seen catching up with Jay Briscoe after his match. Trent asks if he can get a championship shot when Jay or Mark wins the belt, but Jay quickly shoots it down, saying he wrestles whoever Cornette tells him to.

It’s a Fight Without Honor that started all the way in September at Glory By Honor 2. It was a hard fought battle as Xavier was backed up against the wall by John Walters, a man out for revenge. Neither man wasted anytime bringing out the steel chairs, ladders, and tables to really inflict some serious damage. During the match, for a reason yet to be determined, Prince Nana came down and watched most of the action from ringside. As the match went on, Nana’s motivates became clear, sliding in a larger ladder for Xavier. It came back to bite him as Walters hit a lungblower off of it to seal the deal...until Nana pulled the referee out of the ring! The match finally came to a conclusion when Walters hit a sunset flip powerbomb through a ladder in the corner for the win at 18:44. Hell of a match. After the match, Prince Nana entered and announced he was forming a new faction: The Embassy and that Xavier would be the first member. Xavier and Walters shook hands after the match, both men looking for a clean slate from their dealings with The Prophecy.
Rating: ***3/4

The finals for the Field of Honor was up next with the winner of Block A, Matt Stryker, taking on the winner of Block B, BJ Whitmer. These two men had previously tied in their qualifiers for the Field of Honor, but ROH management was so impressed, they put both men in anyways. A real clash as Stryker’s technical style went up against Whitmer’s...less than technical style. The match gets ugly as both men showcase just how much this tournament means to them. Stryker even gets on Whitmer’s level with a figure-four around the ringpost that nearly gets him disqualified. However in 18:08, it’s the Strykerlock that forces BJ to tap. Celebrating his win, the entire ROH locker room empties to help Matt celebrate.
Rating: ***1/2

Pinning the champion in a tag match back in November gave Mark Briscoe this championship opportunity. Samoa Joe let Mark know just how he felt about the beatdown the Briscoes gave him not that long ago. Throughout the match (and out of the referee’s view), Jay helps his brother out by saving him from an Ole Kick and giving him some pep talks. Though, the pep talk didn’t last long with a tope from Joe to take Jay out of the equation. There are a few close calls for the ROH World Champion, but a couple of well placed knees and a follow-up Coquina Clutch at 14:46 gives Joe his 12th title defense.
Rating: ***

CM Punk exits the broadcast position to get into the ring and threatens to ruin the show if he didn’t find out who took out Lucy. It’s at this point where Joe threatens to kick Punk’s ass if he does so, who Punk wisely backs away from. The Prophecy run down and jump Joe, leaving Punk to duck out and go after Christopher Daniels. From the back, Colt Cabana comes into the ring to help and they threaten to strangle Allison Danger if they don’t get an answer. The unlikely answer comes from a chairshot right to Cabana’s head from BJ Whitmer! Dan Maff is quick to say he swore on his father’s grave he had no idea and it’s at this point Daniels admits he kept Maff in the dark, asking him to welcome Whitmer into the fold. Maff looks a bit uneasy, but finally accepts Whitmer.

Right before intermission, The Briscoes are talking about how they deserve respect for standing up to Joe and for still being the ROH Tag Team Champions. Their time is cut off by The Carnage Crew, still looking for Special K and saying that they’ve screwed with Tony DeVito’s family for the last time. Gary Michael Capetta says that they’ll be on an edition of “Good Times, Great Memories” later in the night.

During the intermission, The Great Muta is seen helping The Ring Crew Express fix up the ring and prep it for the second half. Neato.

It’s time for the first ROH vs. AJPW match. CM Punk and Colt Cabana take on All Japan’s Tumeric Storm, consisting of Tomokai Honma and Kazushi Miyamoto. Right off the bat, Punk goes at Honma, trying to open up the scars across his forehead. The match is fairly odd, with Punk being serious and Colt trying to get the crowd to laugh. The latter half of the match really picks up with everyone hitting their finishers. Colt sends Miyamoto out of the ring and CM Punk hits the Pepsi Plunge at 16:35 on Tomokai to give ROH the 1-0 lead. Punk gets on the mic real quick after the match to declare war on Daniels and The Prophecy.
Rating: ***1/4

Technically, two ex-WCW wrestlers go at it next. AJ Styles faces the man who took the very first Styles Clash, Kaz Hayashi. It gets a little sloppy here and there, but there are some pretty sweet moves that balance it out. There was a killer back handspring kick from Hayashi that’s worth mentioning. Kaz rolls through a Styles Clash attempt, but the second one’s the charm, giving AJ the win at 14:49. ROH 2-0.
Rating: **1/2

Any beef between Homicide and Low Ki appears to be solved, with Ki in ‘Cide’s corner with Julius Smokes. Homicide looks to kick off the match early with a suicide dive, but Satoshi Kojima quickly picks up a chair to prevent that from happening. Kojima really gets over with the crowd after explaining to the ref that he’s “Japanese, damnit!” as his excuse for not breaking his choke on Homicide. The match goes on and Homicide is finally able to hit his suicida tope, but Satoshi catches him with a belly-to-belly suplex, dropping ‘Cide right on his head. Worth noting that Homicide was legit knocked out at this point, but continued on. Satoshi has to adapt to this and the match quickly comes to an end after both men trade lariats back and forth. It’s Kojima’s second lariat that puts Homicide down at 13:12. AJPW finally gets on the board, 2-1.

A quick cut to the back and Jerry Lynn is putting over his excitement for the upcoming Pure Wrestling Championship. When that's happening, I have no idea.

The main event of the evening is an All Japan Tag Titles match, with The Great Muta and Arashi putting their straps on the line. Christopher Daniels and Dan Maff take on the challenge with Allison Danger at ringside. Arashi makes throwing Dan Maff around the ing look stupidly easy. It takes Daniels help for Maff to even move Arashi. Both members of The Prophecy are careful once Muta enters the ring, weary of the green mist. Danger gets herself involved, preventing Muta from hitting a moonsault. A distracted ref allows for Maff to enter the ring with a chair, but gets a faceful of red mist instead! Daniels tries for a BME, but misses, allowing Muta to hit the Shining Wizard, tying the series up at 16:07.
Rating: ***

“Good Times, Great Memories” closes up the actual ROH event as Colt Cabana introduces Special K. They ramble on about how it’s not their fault that their parents are rich and everyone should give them a break. They keep going and Colt grows tired of it (as does everyone else), kicking everyone out, but Becky. He mostly just makes fun of her boobs. The Carnage Crew spring into action and beat down members of Special K. Tony DeVito explains their hatred for Special K, stating that someone slipped his daughter some X at a rave.

The final extra on the DVD is The Prophecy in the back, bickering. Dan Maff is pissed that he swore on his father’s grave about Lucy and Daniels just tells him to man up, saying nobody told him he had to swear on anything. They get their act together and cut a promo in the stairwell, running down Punk.
The 411: A really solid show, but not much standing out. Kind of disappointing given the AJPW/ROH matches too, but hopefully the 2-2 tie will lead up to something down the line that’ll make up for it. The only real must watch of the night was Xavier/Walters, which was pretty rad. Story wise, the show had a lot of stuff worth checking out that helped overall.

Final Score: 8.0 [ Very Good ]
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Samoa Joe
A competitor worthy of carrying the ROH World Championship with an impressive 12 title defenses in under a year, after capturing it from Xavier back in March of 2003. Joe welcomes any and all challenges, challenges that he seems to put down with great ease. Joe is truly on the verge of becoming an unstoppable force in ROH, if he isn’t already. Nothing’s for certain, but one thing to know is that Joe will have a laundry list of top notch athletes looking to take him down in 2004. And the beast of a champion welcomes them all with open arms.


“American Dragon” Bryan Danielson
Whenever the discussion about who exactly is the face of ROH comes up, it’d be a crime to pick anyone other than the “American Dragon” Bryan Danielson. He’s been with the company since day one and one could say he’s the human embodiment of the Code of Honor. Most of Bryan’s 2003 was spent touring with New Japan while making the occasional appearance stateside, but make no mistake, ROH is still very much the home of the American Dragon. With his schedule in Japan starting to wind down, Danielson is looking to settle back in with the company and more importantly, hunting down the elusive ROH World Championship.


The Prophecy
Of course, you can’t talk about people who have been with ROH since the first show without mentioning Christopher Daniels. If Danielson is the embodiment of the Code of Honor, Daniels is the exact opposite. An impressive wrestler without a doubt, but it’s a shame he has to resort to questionable tactics. Having formed The Prophecy back in 2002, most of the original flock has fled and all that reminds is Dan Maff and Allison Danger. Recently, BJ Whitmer has joined after confessing to the attack of CM Punk’s then-girlfriend, Lucy. Though, Whitmer’s arrival brings strength along with tension between the members.


The Second City Saints
The Chicago trio consisting of Ace Steel, Colt Cabana, and CM Punk have the ability to take over the show at any given moment. Though, mostly Punk. One often wonders how the seriousness of CM Punk meshes with the goofiness of Colt Cabana and the answer is: We have no idea. Maybe it’s the magic of their trainer Ace Steel, who seems to be a mixture of both men. Up until recently, Punk was on a tear, determined to figure out who was behind the attack and disappearance of ex-girlfriend Lucy. With Whitmer’s confession, the Second City Saints, but mainly CM Punk, now have a target heading into 2004. Raven was a target of Punk’s and we all know how that turned out for him.


The Briscoes
Ever since Jim Cornette offered his services to the brothers, the current ROH Tag Team Champions, Jay and Mark Briscoe have been on an absolute tear. While their reign has been short, they’ve beaten the likes of AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, and Christopher Daniels in tag title defenses. In singles competition, the brothers both earned a chance at the ROH World Championship, the one thing Jim Cornette wants for the brothers more than anything. While Mark came up short, there’s no doubt he could end up back in contention in 2004. On the flip side, Jay is preparing for his own title shot to kick off the year.


AJ Styles
The injury of The Amazing Red cut their ROH Tag Team Championship reign short, but his partner’s injury didn’t slow down AJ one bit. Becoming the NWA World Heavyweight Champion, earning multiple ROH World and Tag Team Champion shots, it’s easy to say 2003 was the year of AJ Styles. Though, he’d argue otherwise until he’s got the ROH World Championship around his waist. As if that wasn’t enough, AJ Styles also picked up a protege along the way, Jimmy Rave. While the relationship has been a bit...rocky as of late, AJ’s advice has been invaluable, it’s just all up to Rave to put it together.


The Embassy
The child of Prince Nana, a man with an seemingly endless amount wealth due to his royalty status. Not much is known about The Embassy at the moment or what exactly their purpose is, but Nana’s already got a solid first recruit under his wing in the name of Xavier, a former ROH World Champion. The faction is only in its infancy, but with Xavier as the first member and Prince Nana at the helm, there’s truly an endless amount possibilities for The Embassy for 2004. Rumor has it that Prince Nana has already picked some new names to scout out and possibly throw some cash around to “influence” outsiders.


Homicide
Samoa Joe may have been the MVP of 2003 for ROH, but Homicide was the runner up. If you didn’t know who Homicide was before, you certainly knew who he was after 2003. Homicide’s year started with a riot at the One Year Anniversary Show and ended with him getting knocked out against Satoshi Kojima, only to continue the fight in a valiant display. Not to mention his blood feud against Steve Corino and on top of that all, a non-title victory over Samoa Joe. His relationship with the injured Low Ki and Julius Smokes have come into question recently, but it seems like any trouble has been buried.


Matt Stryker
The textbook definition of an underdog, a fan favorite, even a locker room favorite. On paper, Stryker may have had a very pedestrian 2003, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Win-loss record aside, it was the Field of Honor tournament where Stryker really shined. He might have missed his true calling back in the World of Sport era, but we believe that when the Pure Wrestling Championship is revealed, it’ll make up for that. And who knows, Matt’s respectable personality might have just earned him some favors outside of the Pure Wrestling Championship.

The Entire Roster

Ace Steel [Second City Saints]
AJ Styles
Angel Dust [Special K]
BJ Whitmer [The Prophecy]
“American Dragon” Bryan Danielson
Caprice Coleman
Chad Collyer
Chris Sabin
Christopher Daniels [The Prophecy]
Cloudy [Special K]
CM Punk [Second City Saints]
Colt Cabana [Second City Saints]
Dan Maff [The Prophecy]
Deranged [Special K]
Diablo Santiago [The Outkast Killaz]
Dixie [Special K]
Don Juan
Dunn [The Ring Crew Express]
Elax [Special K]
Fast Eddie
HC Loc [The Carnage Crew]
Hijinx [Special K]
Homicide
Hydro [Special K]
Izzy [Special K]
Jay Briscoe [The Briscoes, ROH Tag Team Champion]
Jimmy Jacobs
Jimmy Rave
Joel Maximo [The S.A.T.]
John Walters
Johnny Kashmere [Backseat Boyz]
Jose Maximo [The S.A.T.]
Josh Daniels
Justin Credible
Low Ki [Injured]
Marcos [The Ring Crew Express]
Mark Briscoe [The Briscoes, ROH Tag Team Champion]
Matt Stryker
Nigel McGuinness
Oman Tortuga [The Outkast Killaz]
Samoa Joe [ROH World Champion]
Slyk Wagner Brown
Sonjay Dutt
Tony DeVito [The Carnage Crew]
Trent Acid [Backseat Boyz]
Xavier [The Embassy]

Allison Danger [The Prophecy]
April Hunter [Manages Slyk Wagner Brown]
Becky Bayless [Special K]
Chris Lovey
Gary Michael Cappetta
Jeff Gorman
Jim Cornette [The Briscoes]
John Finnegan
Julius Smokes [Manages Homicide]
Mark Nulty
Paul Turner
Prince Nana [The Embassy]
Sean Hanson
Todd Sinclair
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ROH World Championship



Current Champion: Samoa Joe
Defeated: Xavier on March 22nd, 2003
Title Defenses:
V1. Defeated Colt Cabana, Matt Stryker, and Tom Carter on April 4th, 2003
V2. Defeated Doug Williams on April 26th, 2003
V3. Defeated Zebra Kid on May 17th, 2003
V4. Defeated Homicide on May 31st, 2003
V5. Defeated Dan Maff on June 28th, 2003
V6. Defeated Paul London on July 19th, 2003
V7. Defeated BJ Whitmer on August 9th, 2003
V8. Defeated Christopher Daniels on September 20th, 2003
V9. Defeated Ares on October 3rd, 2003
V10. Defeated Jay Briscoe on October 16th, 2003
V11. Defeated AJ Styles on November 29th, 2003
V12. Defeated Mark Briscoe on December 27th, 2003



1st Champion: Low Ki
Defeated: Christopher Daniels, Doug Williams, and Spanky on July 27th, 2002
Title Defenses:
V1. Defeated AJ Styles on August 24th, 2002


2nd Champion: Xavier
Defeated: Low Ki on September 21st, 2002
Title Defenses:
V1. Defeated Jay Briscoe on November 11th, 2002
V2. Defeated AJ Styles on December 7th, 2002
V3. Defeated Paul London on December 28th, 2002
V4. Defeated Paul London on February 8th, 2003


ROH Tag Team Championships



Current Champions: The Briscoes (Jay & Mark Briscoe)
Defeated: Special K on November 1st, 2003
Title Defenses:
V1. Defeated AJ Styles & Samoa Joe on November 28th, 2003
V2. Defeated The Prophecy (Christopher Daniels & Dan Maff) on November 29th, 2003
V3. Defeated The S.A.T. (Joel & Jose Maximo) on December 27th, 2003
V4. Defeated Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe on January 10th, 2004
V5. Defeated Samoa Joe & Spanky on January 29th, 2004


1st Champions: The Prophecy (Christopher Daniels & Donovan Morgan)
Defeated: Bryan Danielson & Michael Modest on September 21st, 2002
Title Defenses:
V1. Defeated Doug Williams, Homicide, and Low Ki on November 9th, 2002
V2. Defeated The S.A.T. (Joel & Jose Maximo) on December 28th, 2002


2nd Champions: AJ Styles & The Amazing Red
Defeated: The Prophecy on March 15th, 2003
Title Defenses:
V1. Defeated The Briscoes (Jay & Mark Briscoe) on March 22nd, 2003
V2. Defeated The Briscoes (Jay & Mark Briscoe) on April 12th, 2003
V3. Defeated The Briscoes (Jay & Mark Briscoe) on July 19th, 2003
V4. Defeated The Prophecy (Christopher Daniels & Dan Maff) on August 9th, 2003

*Titles were vacated on August 20th, 2003 due to an injury suffered by The Amazing Red.


3rd Champions: The Backseat Boyz (Johnny Kashmere & Trent Acid)
Defeated: Special K, The Ring Crew Express, The Briscoes, and The Carnage Crew on September 20th, 2003
Title Defenses:


4th Champions: Special K (Dixie & Izzy)
Defeated: The Backseat Boyz on October 16th, 2003
Title Defenses:
V1. Defeated The Carnage Crew (HC Loc & Tony DeVito) on October 25th, 2003

Field of Honor: Matt Stryker (2003)

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Locker Room Scoops

- Week Of 12/30

- We’re just a few days removed from Final Battle 2003 and what a show it was! It was a huge success and we thank everyone for coming out to see it. We also send a huge thank you to AJPW and hopefully we’ll see them again down the line! In this week’s edition of Locker Room Scoops, we’ll recap the show and talk about our first show of the new year.

- Perhaps the biggest thing to come out of the show was the reveal of who attacked Lucy! CM Punk demanded answers and he got it, in the unlikely form of BJ Whitmer. But given the history between these two, maybe it’s not all too shocking? On 1/10, Punk will get his chance at revenge against The Prophecy along with the rest of the Second City Saints in a six man tag match that’s bound to create some chaos.

- Having defeated Mark Briscoe back at Final Battle 2003, Samoa Joe has now earned two opportunities at the ROH Tag Titles against The Briscoes. Joe went ahead and announced his partner as none other than the “American Dragon” Bryan Danielson! If that’s not enough to get you in a seat, we don’t know what will! If Joe and Danielson win on 1/10, The Briscoes get their rematch on 1/29.

- Some more chaos is expected as The Carnage Crew team up with The Ring Crew Express to take on Special K. We’re not sure which members of Special K will take part in the match, but they have told us they’ve got some kind of “insurance policy” that will guarantee them a victory. We’re not sure what that means, but it doesn’t sound good for their opponents!

- But unfortunately, it’s not all good news here in ROH. Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to delay the reveal of the Pure Wrestling Championship, but we promise that we’re doing everything in our power to make the reveal one to remember! To make up for the wait, we’ll have a Three Rope Break match between Field of Honor winner Matt Stryker and Chad Collyer.

- The two friends from Michigan face off for the first time in singles action against one another. You usually see them tagging together, but on 1/10, Alex Shelley and Jimmy Jacobs are set to square off in a match to remember.

- On the topic of tag team action, AJ Styles and his protege Jimmy Rave take on the former ROH Tag Team Champions, The Backseat Boyz. A match that AJ hopes will provide some much needed experience for Rave and one to help smooth out their relationship. The Backseat Boyz won’t make it easy though as they look to get back in the ROH Tag Titles hunt.

- Other action will see a Four Corner Survival match involving Chris Sabin, Josh Daniels, Rainman, and Caprice Coleman. Each man will look to get a victory to hopefully get some more looks here in ROH. Also on 1/10, Homicide is set for action. Thankfully, Homicide doesn’t have any lingering effects after getting knocked out against Satoshi Kojima and he’ll look to prove it against his opponent, Sonjay Dutt. A match you don’t want to miss!

- Tickets for “The Battle Lines Are Drawn” go on sale in just a few days, so make sure to get yours before they sell out! Also be sure to check back at the same time next week for information regarding the 1/29 show. We here at ROH wish our fans and wrestlers are happy New Year!

- Here’s the full card below
• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Tag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger


Locker Room Scoops

- Week Of 1/6

- We’re just a few days away from The Battle Lines Are Drawn and if you haven’t bought your tickets already, hurry while they last! We’re also happy to announce the name for our 1/29 show, now officially known as “The Last Stand”. Named after Samoa Joe’s last encounter with The Briscoes regarding the ROH Tag Titles for the time being.

- Depending on the outcome of the 1/10 show, The Briscoes will either defend their ROH Tag Titles against Samoa Joe and a yet to be announced partner or they’ll get their rematch against Joe and Bryan Danielson. Regardless of the outcome, we can guarantee it’ll be a match to remember. We also hear that Jim Cornette will be in The Briscoes’ corner on 1/29 as well.

- We’re getting closer to making an official announcement regarding the Pure Wrestling Championship, but we’ve still got some minor details to iron out before we can say anything. We can say this though, we are 100% confident you’ll love it! In the meantime, we hope another Three Rope Break match can hold over the ROH faithful! And no better way than watching Alex Shelley take on John Walters!

- Homicide prepares for a challenge against Chad Collyer. Lately, Homicide has been determined to get the ROH World Championship after he sent rival Steve Corino out of ROH. No better way to get recognized than taking on a technical wizard in Chad Collyer. It’ll be a clash of styles, but we know just how exciting that’ll be!

- More Michigan natives are set to face one another as Chris Sabin faces Jimmy Jacobs. Sabin’s been nothing, but impressive in his short time with ROH. He’ll be looking to pick up the ROH World Championship with us and the X-Division Championship with our friends at NWA-TNA. Though, we make it sound easy, but Jimmy Jacobs is going to give Sabin a fight he won’t forget.

- While they haven’t entered a Fight Without Honor territory yet, The Carnage Crew and Special K are set for a no DQ match that you won’t want to miss. Especially with the backup The Carnage Crew is bringing with them, their good friend Justin Credible! Though, we can only assume whatever Special K’s “insurance policy” is will be a part of this one.

- Keeping Special K in mind, one of their more promising members steps up to be a part of a Four Corner Survival match. Hydro will have to take on Slyk Wager Brown, former ROH Champion Xavier, and AJ Styles’ protege Jimmy Rave. For Jimmy, this will be his ultimate chance to shine, but with April Hunter, Prince Nana, and whatever Special K members are ringside, he’ll have his hands full. Also worth seeing if anything new develops with The Embassy.

- The amazing Jack Evans returns to ROH for his toughest challenge yet against Second City Saint member, CM Punk. We know that CM Punk is bound to have his hands full after the 1/10 show, but he’s hungry for the ROH World Championship and a big win here could get him back on track. Unfortunately for Punk, he could very well have a target on his back heading into this one, but we promise we’ll do our best to enact the Code of Honor.

- Also in action, England’s own Nigel McGuinness takes on NWA Wildside’s own Caprice Coleman as well. Make sure to pick up your tickets for The Battle Lines Are Drawn and The Last Stand as soon as possible! We look forward to see you soon!

- Here’s the full card below
• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs. Special K
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe


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The Battle Lines Are Drawn
• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Tag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger

The Last Stand
• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs. Special K
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe
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The Battle Lines Are Drawn
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• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Tag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger
The Last Stand
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• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs. Special K
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe
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I liked the PWG Stuff, so I'm excited to see where you go with the Honor that also happens to be in a ring

The Battle Lines Are Drawn
• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Thttp://www.greydogsoftware.com/forum/images/editor/separator.gifag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger

The Last Stand
• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs.
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe
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I like how you're formatting this. Looks good.
Thanks! Finding a nice format to help make the writing process easier was mandatory or I'd burn out. It looking nice is just a bonus!
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I liked the PWG Stuff, so I'm excited to see where you go with the Honor that also happens to be in a ring
Glad to have you back!
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I'm a sucker for using different "documents" to tell a diary story. I'm going to give a few predictions when I get home!

One minor comment - I love the different color text boxes, but the red text box is really bright red, and it actually makes it hard for me to read. I totally understand the choice since it's RoH red, but maybe a less color saturated red might be a bit less harsh on the eyes?

I'm glad I caught this diary early in its lifespan. Looking forward to seeing where this goes!
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The Battle Lines are drawn:
• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Tag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger


The Last Stand
• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs. Special K
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe

Been looking forward to this one since the preview
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As someone who always does over the top presentation, I absolutely love the look of this! Very simple, but is clean and fits the time period for ROH. I'm stoked for this!


The Battle Lines Are Drawn
• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Tag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger

The Last Stand
• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs. Special K
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe
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Looking forward to this, enjoyed the read so far. This to me was the first of many great "eras" for ROH.

The Battle Lines Are Drawn
• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Tag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger

The Last Stand
• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs. Special K
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe
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Looks a lot of fun

The Battle Lines Are Drawn
• Singles Match: Alex Shelley vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs. Chris Sabin vs. Josh Daniels vs. Rainman
• Eight Man Tag Match: Special K vs. The Carnage Crew & The Ring Crew Express
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Sonjay Dutt
• Tag Team Match: The Backseat Boyz vs. AJ Styles & Jimmy Rave
• Three Rope Break Match: Chad Collyer vs. Matt Stryker
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes © vs. Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe
• Six Man Tag Match: The Second City Saints (CM Punk, Colt Cabana, and Ace Steel) vs. The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels, Dan Maff) w/ Allison Danger

The Last Stand
• Three Rope Break Match: Alex Shelley vs. John Walters
• Singles Match: Caprice Coleman vs. Nigel McGuinness
• Singles Match: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs
• Four Corner Survival: Hydro vs. Jimmy Rave vs. Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Xavier
• No DQ Six Man Tag Match: The Carnage Crew & Justin Credible vs. Special K
• Singles Match: Homicide vs. Chad Collyer
• Singles Match: CM Punk vs. Jack Evans
• ROH Tag Title Match: The Briscoes vs. Bryan Danielson/??? & Samoa Joe
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Unread 12-10-2016, 02:27 PM
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I'm a sucker for using different "documents" to tell a diary story. I'm going to give a few predictions when I get home!

One minor comment - I love the different color text boxes, but the red text box is really bright red, and it actually makes it hard for me to read. I totally understand the choice since it's RoH red, but maybe a less color saturated red might be a bit less harsh on the eyes?

I'm glad I caught this diary early in its lifespan. Looking forward to seeing where this goes!
Yeah, having different platforms and formats is making the dynasty pretty fun. I'm already trying to think up some other stuff to try as well.

And absolutely! I figured the red was probably a bit too intense (I'm not a big fan of it either tbh), so I'll mess around with some different reds for the next set of cards.

Glad to have you along!
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Been looking forward to this one since the preview
Thanks! Glad to have you on, hope it'll be a fun ride!
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As someone who always does over the top presentation, I absolutely love the look of this! Very simple, but is clean and fits the time period for ROH. I'm stoked for this!
Yeah, your presentation throughout your dynasties has actually served as some inspiration for this. Like you said, I'm a fan for formatting, even if it's simple. I might mess around with what I have further on in the dynasty, but I'm content with the layouts for the moment.
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Looking forward to this, enjoyed the read so far. This to me was the first of many great "eras" for ROH.
Agreed. I've only seen bits and pieces of 2004 since I joined on the ROH bandwagon in 2005/2006, but 2004 is a year I've always wanted to get into. And it's a year that has a ton of potential, especially a "What-if" scenario where TNA doesn't pull out because of the RF stuff.
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Looks a lot of fun
Hope you enjoy!

I meant to do a little OOC post after the card, but I forgot. A lot of the early cards will look similar to actual ROH cards with a few differences here and there. Mainly because I want to wrap up the 2003 storylines (Prophecy/SCS, Special K/Carnage, etc.) and since there won't be a Feinstein incident in this game, TNA won't (hopefully) take away talent involved in storylines.
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