– Last weekend, Toronto was site of Global Wars which saw the best talent from both Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling. Let’s have a look at the results from last Saturday in the Ted Reeve arena:
Mike Bennett defeated ACH
Michael Elgin defeated Takaaki Watanabe
Briscoe Brothers defeated both Decade and ReDRagon
Cedric Alexander defeated Roderick Strong
The Young Bucks successfully defended their IWGP Junior Tag Team Championship by defeating Forever Hooligans and Time Splitters. This is The Young Bucks fifth successful title defense
RD Evans “defeated” Bobby Cruise to continue his “streak”
Hiroshi Tanahashi and Jushin Thunder Lyger defeated CHAOS members Jado and Shinsuke Nakamura
Jay Lethal survived Matt Taven, Silas Young and Tommaso Ciampa in a Four Corner Survival match to retain his ROH Television Championship – This is Jay Lethal’s third successful title defense
Bullet Club members AJ Styles and Karl “Machine Gun” Anderson defeated CHAOS members Gedo and Kazuchika Okada
Adam Cole retained the ROH Championship by defeating Kevin Steen. This is Cole’s tenth successful title defense
– Global Wars is already available on Video On Demand for $14.95. If you purchased the u stream version of the event and like to view it on rohwrestling.com please e-mail ROHiPPV@ROHWrestling.com with proof of purchase and one off redemption code will be sent to you.
– Its time to move four hundred and ninety three miles from Toronto to New York and the Hammerstein Ballroom for the site of War of the Worlds where ROH and New Japan Pro wrestlers collide. Let’s have a look at the card for this Saturday’s show:
ROH Championship match
Jushin Thunder Lyger challenges Adam Cole
IWGP Heavyweight Championship match
Michael Elgin challenges Bullet Club leader AJ Styles and an opportunity to make history
ROH Tag Team Championship match
ReDRagon challenge The Young Bucks
IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match
Former eight time ROH Tag Team Champions Briscoe Brothers will challenge Bullet Club members Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson
ROH Television Championship
Kushida challenges Jay Lethal and an opportunity to make history
Kevin Steen looks to bounce back from his unsuccessful challenge back at Global Wars as he takes on Shinsuke Nakamura
Mike Bennett take on Hiroshi Tanahashi
Forever Hooligans and Takaaki Watanabe team up to take on ACH, Matt Taven and Tommaso Camper
Decade members BJ Whitmer and Roderick Strong take on CHAOS members Jado and Gedo
Caprice Coleman take on Silas Young
– Kazuchika Okada will be in action at War of the Worlds but not against Cedric Alexander as Alexander was taken out by the decade after defeating Roderick Strong at Global Wars.
– Remember the event is sold out but can be viewed on the ROH U-Stream channel for $14.95.
– UFC Middleweight fighter “Filthy” Tom Lowler has been training with reDRagon and will accompany the challengers to ringside for their ROH Tag Team Championship. Lowler has a Mix Martial Arts record of nine wins five loses and one no contest.
– For all members of the ROH website. Last Saturday’s Television is up on their Video On Demand Service:
Mike Posey vs. RD Evans
Live edition of the Fish Tank with Michael Elgin
War Machine vs. reDRagon
Adam Cole, Michael Bennett and Matt Hardy vs. Briscoe Brothers and Kevin Steen
–This week’s Tuesday roll is the brand new Briscoe Brothers “Gimme Back My Bullets” t-shirt for $24.95
– This week on Episode Four of the Steve Corino Show. He talks about previous experiences with Jim Ross, watching “Frozen” and becoming a starbucks gold card member. This week he has not one but two interviews. First on the show is voice guy Steve Goff (@swgvoiceguy) and independent wrestler American Tiger (@GoAmericanTiger) joins after that. He also answers fans questions highlighted this week by a story about Sandman naked in Pesacola, Florida. Remember if you have suggestions or questions for the Steve Corino show please tweet them to the @SteveCorinoShow.
– As mentioned in the Steve Corino Show, Andrew Everett and American Tiger were set to take on James Anthony and Victor Andrews to become the first ever PWF Tag Team Championship. Happy to report that Andrew Everett and American Tiger have become the PWF Tag Team Champions.
– This week on Episode Nine of the Kevin Kelly Show. Kevin talks about catching up with WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross, ROH Global Wars, this weekend’s War of the Worlds event in New York City. This week’s interview is with the former three time WCW Heavyweight Champion, two time WCW United States Champion, former four time WCW Tag Team Champion, former WCW Television, former WWE World Tag Team Champion and former WWE European Champion Diamond Dallas Page (@RealDDP). They talk about his wrestling career, the state of wrestling now and DDP Yoga (@DDPYOGA). Kevin answers the K Squared Universe questions (keep sending them to @place2benation using #AsKKevin) and does a roster draft with his producer Justin Rozzero.
Until then always….
#BelieveInHonor and #FinishStrong