Welcome back loyal readers to this week’s episode of ROH on HDNet. If you didn’t notice, and judging by the lack of comments you haven’t, I was on vacation last week so there was no recap. But now I’m back with my 25TH ROH recap. Let’s go down to ringside.
On Last Week’s Show…
We see a recap of last week’s main event. Roderick Strong faced Davey Richards with a title shot against ROH World Champion Tyler Black on the line. This match was exactly what you would expect from these two, a great back and forth match with lots of high impact moves. Richards refused help from his manager Shane Hagadorn and this distraction led to Strong getting the win and the title shot at the next pay-per-view. If you were unaware, Richards has announced that he is leaving ..click here to read more
Briscoe Brothers, Erick Stevens, Ernesto Osiris, Jerry Lynn, Jim Cornette, Kevin Steen, Rasche Brown, Ring of Honor, Shawn Daivari, The Necro Butcher
Welcome back loyal readers to this week’s episode of ROH on HDNet. Last week’s program got back to what ROH does best, top flight tag team action. They’ll have a lot to live up to this week. Let’s get to the action.
Necro Butcher vs. Bobby Beverly
Prince Nana comes out to introduce Necro Butcher. But not before rambling on about how The Embassy is now the elite force in ROH. Personally I couldn’t care less about this stable or this angle. This match is a “Butcher’s Rules” match, meaning Necro just beats the crap out of this poor kid with everything not nailed down for five minutes before getting the win with a Tiger Driver onto a chair.
Jerry Lynn & Delirious Promo
Next we see a video recap of the feud between Jerry Lynn and Delirious against the All Night Express ..click here to read more
Austin Aries, Jerry Lynn, Kings of Wrestling, Necro Butcher, Prince Nana, ROH Death Before Dishonor VIII, Tyler Black
Welcome back loyal readers to this week’s episode of ROH on HDNet. The ROH Death Before Dishonor VIII pay-per-view was this past weekend. What will the fallout be, let’s go down to ringside and find out.
The Eddie Edwards Ten Minute Hunt
ROH World Television Champion Eddie Edwards comes out to the ring and announces that anyone in the locker room can come out and challenge him. If that wrestler can beat him or last ten minutes, then they will receive a TV Title shot at a later date. Who answers the challenge? Nick Westgate does. Who is that you ask? I have no freaking clue who this guy is. He kind of looks like John Cena, or at least how Cena would have looked in 7th grade. Edwards completely dominates the match, if you ..click here to read more
All Night Express, Austin Aries, Jerry Lynn, Kenny King, Rhett Titus, ROH Death Before Dishonor VIII
Welcome loyal readers to this week’s episode of ROH on HDNet. After an episode last week that was well below average, I am really looking forward to this week’s show. The ROH World Television Title Tournament resumes tonight, and yours truly is in attendance.
I am sitting in the second row with my eight year old son Vincent by my side. This is his first live Ring of Honor event. And since ROH tapes multiple shows in one night, we will be in attendance for the next several episodes. But enough about me, let’s get to the action.
In the ring with Jim Cornette
After a Big Bang recap, where Tyler Black successfully defended the ROH World title, the commissioner brings the champ out to the ring. Black comments on his feud with Austin Aries and Roderick Strong. I actually have to ..click here to read more
Eddie Edwards, El Generico, Jerry Lynn, Jim Cornette, Kevin Steen, roh, Steve Corino
Welcome loyal readers to this week’s episode of ROH on HDNet. After a two week hiatus, Ring of Honor is back and so am I. So without any further ado, let’s go down to ringside.
Steve Corino vs. Bobby Shields
As I have stated before, I used to be a big fan of Steve Corino back in the late ‘90s when he was young and athletic. But now his style is very slow and deliberate in the ring. Plus, to help disguise his rather prominent gut, he wears tights that resemble your grandmother’s underwear. I would rather see him as a relevant heel manager than a washed up heel wrestler. Anyway, this match is more of the same from Corino, who ends it with a lariat. At the end of the match, Colt Cabana comes out to the ring. In the ..click here to read more
Chris Hero, Jerry Lynn, Jim Cornette, roh