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Default Ring of Honor: A Whole World of Wrestling... [July 2019-]


In response to a PWInsider.com request for an update on their investigation into the Portland incident and the ongoing review of organizational practises, Ring of Honor issued the following statement:
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Originally Posted by ROH via PWInsider:

We have now concluded our internal investigation into the events that occurred in Portland on June 2nd and have taken appropriate actions with all parties involved. Our Code of Honor, which calls for sportsmanship, respect and honor in- and outside of the ring is a core value of this company and one we will continue to strive to uphold. To all of our loyal and dedicated fans, we apologize for the incident that transpired and we encourage all of our fans to continue attending our events. Furthermore, we promise to continue delivering the best wrestling and the best live experience on the planet.

Following a separate meeting during the week, prior to our Manhattan Mayhem television taping, Ring of Honor has come to the terms on the release of Hunter Johnson (Delirious) and Mark LoMonaco (Bully Ray), after a mutual agreement was reached between both parties. Ring of Honor would like to thank both men for their work with the company, as we move into this new chapter.
PWInsider.com has since learned that Women of Honor competitors Velvet Sky and Mandy Leon have also left the company, leaving the already scarce division severely depleted. It is currently unknown whether Angelina Love will remain with the company, with ROH said to be open to her staying. It is thought that Joey Mercury will take a more prominent role at the Manhattan Mayhem taping, as the company continues to restructure their "creative process".

A Sinclair Broadcast Group representative is also expected to be present at the show, as the company looks to drastically change the way their television show is produced going forward.

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Looks interesting. Current RoH are a good pick in that their pretty much the least relevant they have ever been, so the whole drastically changes story makes perfect sense.

Must say though it would be a real shame if this is the end of ECW as it's my favourite thing you've put out for along time. Either way I'll be following!
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Woo! Keep making diaries of companies I love!

ROH getting a bad rep as of late, but their in-ring talent still shines above most promotions. Potential is there. I'm playing a game starting at this point myself.
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Okay, this could be cool. A lot of the roster needs an overhaul and ROH badly needs to move away from NJPW, but a back-to-basics story would be refreshing.
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Nooooo, not Bully Ray and Velvet Sky!
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Manhattan Mayhem - Television Taping

Saturday 20th July saw Ring of Honor record four weeks of ROH TV, the first since Bully Ray and Delirious left the company. With little time to implement significant changes, there were no surprise appearances or shocking turns of events, but the desire to present the show differently as it aired on television was immediate. This was behind several changes made to the format of the shows, following input from the Sinclair Broadcasting Group’s representative who will be at all ROH events going forward.

The first notable change was seen as Manhattan Mayhem aired on Honor Club, and as the show debuted on Charge!, with a new opening to the show. After the opening titles of each episode, a graphic showed the following:

Ring of Honor Wrestling - Proudly in association with…

A Whole World of Wrestling…

From the way those various working agreements were spoken of on commentary, it appears that a large part of the new regime’s focus will be on extending and strengthening their relationships with other promotions. It is said that particular focus will be placed on reestablishing the company’s agreement with SHIMMER, as they look to strengthen the “Women of Honor” division.

As for the in-ring action, there were changes made to the card prior to the taping, with reports that Matt Taven was forced out of action with an injury. The following are the results from the taping, as they aired weekly on Charge!:

Episode #1
  • Shane Taylor bt. Ryan Nova - a straightforward victory, allowing promotion for Mass Hysteria on Honor Club, where Taylor defended the ROH World Television Championship against Eli Isom.
  • Footage aired of a conversation between Alex Shelley and Jay Lethal, with both men frustrated by Taven’s absence. The two also spoke about the possibility of them facing off for the ROH World Championship down the line.
  • Maria Manic bt. Local Talent - a complete destruction designed to put over Manic, following a profile on the newcomer prior to the match.
  • Select footage aired from the Street Fight between The Briscoes vs. G.O.D for the ROH World Tag Team Championship. That match would air later in the month, but was already available for Honor Club members...
  • Nick Aldis joined commentary for the Main Event, with his match against a member of Villain Enterprises scheduled for Summer Supercard.
  • Villain Enterprises (Brody King, Flip Gordon, Marty Scurll & PCO) bt. Lifeblood (Bandido, Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) and PJ Black - Bandido appeared to have Marty Scurll finished, only for Flip Gordon to save the Villain Enterprise leader and pick up the victory. This drew comment from Nick Aldis on commentary, who suggested that he would be interested to see how Flip Gordon would match up to the NWA World Heavyweight Champion. Enjoying stirring the pot, Nick Aldis made this clear to the two men after the match, with Scurll still yet to choose who will face Aldis at Summer Supercard.

Episode #2
  • Following on from the moment that last week’s episode ended, ROH TV came back with a continuation of that segment. Entering the ring, Nick Aldis invited Marty Scurll and Flip Gordon join him, putting over the potential challenge of the latter. This understandably got under the skin of Marty Scurll, with a backstage reaction to this airing following the opening angle of the show. Scurll said that he still hadn’t made a decision on who would face Aldis at Summer Supercard, but made it clear that the NWA World Heavyweight Championship had pissed him off!
  • Kelly Klein (c) bt. Tasha Steelz to retain the Women of Honor World Championship - showing respect to the challenger, it was a fairly straightforward victory for Kelly Klein, despite Tasha Steelz giving a good account of herself.
  • Jay Lethal cut a promo on Matt Taven pulling out of the ROH World Championship match, promising to put things right in Ring of Honor. Jay Lethal said sooner rather than later, Taven would have to put up or shut up… and he’d be there waiting!
  • Footage was shown of James Storm’s promo following his NWA National Heavyweight title victory over Colt Cabana, with Cabana on commentary offering his thoughts on what went down.
  • The Bouncers bt. The Tate Boys - making their ROH return, “The Tate Boys” came up short against The Bouncers, who are the Number One Contenders to the ROH World Tag Team Championships.
  • After the match, Dalton Castle came out, looking disgusted at his former “Boys”. Castle wasn’t out to speak to them however, as he cut a promo on Rush. He mocked Dragon Lee, while promoting his rematch with Rush which is available on Honor Club. He mocked “El Toro Blanco”, producing a Rush mask and saying that he knew exactly why “that family” cover their faces.
  • James Storm (c) bt. Silas Young to retain the NWA National Heavyweight Championship - Silas Young took Storm to his limit, but was defeated by the Champion. On commentary, Colt Cabana put over the fact that when he was fit and healthy again, he would be coming for the NWA National Heavyweight Championship!

Episode #3
  • The episode began with Matt Taven taking ROH cameras to his doctor’s appointment, looking to prove those who doubted the legitimacy of his injury wrong. This was followed by the in-ring segment from the taping, where Matt Taven confirmed he wouldn’t be cleared to compete at Manhattan Mayhem or Summer SuperCard. Understandably frustrated, Jay Lethal and the ROH fans were offered an alternative by Nick Aldis, who said that since a World Championship match had been promised to the fans, then the NWA would honour that. This led to Nick Aldis offering an NWA World Heavyweight Championship match to Jay Lethal, which was later confirmed to air the following week!
  • Rush bt. Josh Woods - Woods gave a great showing of himself against one of the most revered members of the ROH roster, but was defeated by “El Toro Blanco”.
  • Following the match, Dalton Castle came out and got in Rush’s face, a week after mocking him. However, Rush was prevented from getting any revenge on Castle, as Dalton was in action immediately after.
  • Dalton Castle bt. Cheeseburger - ignoring his pre-match mind games, Dalton Castle was completely focussed during the match, showing his more vicious side to pick up a decisive victory. When the match seemed beyond Cheeseburger, Castle began to once again mock Rush and his brother Dragon Lee.
  • Footage was shown from a pre-recorded confrontation between Jay Lethal and Matt Taven, with Alex Shelley between the two. Ian Riccoboni confirmed that both men would get their title shots down the line. Alex Shelley would still compete at Summer Supercard, facing Jay Lethal in an exhibition match.
  • Kelly Klein issued a statement on behalf of Women of Honor, calling on the female competitors from around the world to come and test themselves against the World Champion!
  • The G.O.D (c) bt. The Briscoes in a Street Fight to retain the ROH World Tag Team Championships - despite a belief that Manhattan Mayhem could be G.O.D’s final appearance in Ring of Honor, the Bullet Club members picked up a hard fought victory in a brutal contest. After the match, with all four men struggling to stand, the commentators wondered where The Briscoes go from this latest defeat...

Episode #4
  • Dragon Lee bt. Jonathon Gresham - a back and forth contest opened the episode, with both competitors coming close on a number of occasions. Dragon Lee managed to pick up the victory however, the second time he has bested Gresham.
  • Dalton Castle came out to once again mock the victorious Dragon Lee, only to be jumped by a furious Rush. The two men brawled around the ringside area, before Rush challenged Castle to face him one last time!
  • A promo aired from directly after their match with G.O.D, showing an expletive laden rant from The Briscoes. They were furious to have lost, but made it clear they still wanted the ROH World Tag Team Championships!
  • Kenny King bt. Rhett Titus - having explained his issue with Rhett Titus’ attitude before the match, Kenny King made easy work of his former tag team partner. After the match, King seemed almost disappointed at how easy he’d found the win, before going over to Titus’ wife to question what is going on with him.
  • Before the Main Event, Matt Taven spoke about the NWA World Championship match, stating that since it wasn’t for his title… he wasn’t interested!
  • Nick Aldis (c) and Jay Lethal went to a No Contest; Nick Aldis retains the NWA World Heavyweight Championship - Matt Taven’s words proved to be false, as the match appeared to be drawing to a conclusion. With both men coming close, fans were robbed of a decisive finish, as The Kingdom came down to the ring. TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia were the first to get involved, taking out both competitors. This left the referee no choice but to call for the bell. When the match was over, Matt Taven’s injury appeared to have vanished, as he was all too happy to join in the attack. ROH TV ended with The Kingdom standing tall, Matt Taven holding his Championship above Jay Lethal in the ring, and Nick Aldis thrown to the outside.

Matt Taven wasn’t the only one coming out of Manhattan Mayhem with a doctor’s note, as Bandido suffered an injury during the Villain Enterprises vs. Lifeblood match during the show. The injury kept him out of the following night’s Mass Hysteria, and is expected to sideline him for up to two months. No titles changed hands at Mass Hysteria, with the follow up to that event coming at the next taping.

There is hope that Bandido will be available for ROH’s next pay-per-view event, which was also announced during the month.
Death Before Dishonor will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, with a television taping scheduled for the following night. Before then, ROH heads to Atlanta, Georgia, for the Saturday Night at Center Stage TV taping, and Nashville, Tennessee for Honor For All. At Honor For All, the newly renamed “Honor Club” Championship (previously TV Championship) will be defended, with Shane Taylor facing the winner of a one night tournament. Ahead of those shows, ROH is expected to make one or two signings, with reports that NWA World Women’s Champion Allysin Kay may join the company. It is also expected that a couple of local based talents will work the taping, and that Jeff Cobb will return to the company, having missed recent shows due to NJPW commitments.
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> TV Championship to Honor Club Championship

Bah, humbug.

On a more serious note, I'm guessing there's two NWA's in the database, with one being Billy Corgan's company and the other being the actual alliance?
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Saturday Night At Center Stage - Television Taping

On the 24th of August 2019, ROH recorded four more episodes of television from Center Stage in Atlanta Georgia, the night before an Honor Club exclusive show, Honor For All. That show, which would air prior to any of the episodes of the taping, saw a one night tournament to find a challenger for Shane Taylor, the current TV Champion. When Jonathan Gresham defeated Dragon Lee (who had defeated Gresham in their two previous meetings) in the final, he went on to do the unthinkable and defeat Shane Taylor to win the renamed “Honor Club” Championship. This title will be largely reserved for Honor Club one-off special show, and is unlikely to be defended on ROH TV. The hope is to build the title up to be a draw for the stand alone special shows which air on Honor Club, but that don’t fit in with the chronology of taped episodes. Jonathan Gresham and Shane Taylor were given the night off from the TV taping the previous night, in order to be 100% for Honor For All.

As well as the reported use of the NWA’s Allysin Kay, ROH also brought in Fred Yehi for the taping. Yehi is from Georgia, and is probably best known for his time in EVOLVE.

The final block of TV before Death Before Dishonor, the following are the results from the taping, as they aired weekly on Charge!:

Episode #1
  • Jay Lethal came down to the ring to open the episode, in a moment which was clearly not “scheduled” to open the taping. Lethal cut an impassioned promo, calling out the actions of Matt Taven, who claimed to be injured, only to attack Nick Aldis and himself during an NWA World Heavyweight Championship match at Manhattan Mayhem. Lethal vowed to “make things right”, and told Taven he’d made a “huge mistake”. That would happen tonight, as Matt Taven faced Jay Lethal… and Alex Shelley with the World title on the line. The commentators then discussed this change to the World Championship match, as a graphic confirmed it would air on this week’s episode.
  • Allysin Kay bt. Holidead - Following a pre-recorded promo which showed Allysin Kay answering the call of Kelly Klein, the NWA World Women’s Champion picked up a convincing victory.
  • After the match, Allysin Kay was joined in the ring by the Women of Honor World Champion Kelly Klein, with the two Champions going face to face. Kelly Klein cut a promo putting over Kay as one of the best in the world, and said that she’d love to prove which one of them was the best Women’s Champion on the planet. However, before the two could discuss a potential match, the SHIMMER Champion Nicole Savoy made a surprise appearance in Ring of Honor. With three hugely important Championship holders in the ring, the commentators put over a shocking moment, with the three clearly interested in finding out who the best woman really is.
  • A video package promoted the taping that this episode is from, as well as the Honor For All special, both of which are available now for members of Honor Club. A pre-show promo was then shown from then TV Champion Shane Taylor, further promoting Honor For All.
  • Josh Woods bt. Rhett Titus - In a shockingly short and one-sided match, Josh Woods embarrassed Rhett Titus, who had been joined at ringside by Kenny King. After the match, King couldn’t believe what he’d just seen, as Titus began to make excuses for the defeat.
  • Marty Scurll led Villain Enterprises to the ring, addressing his defeat to Nick Aldis at Summer Supercard for the first time. Scurll said that when he chose himself to be the Villain Enterprises representative, he was doing what he felt was best for the group. However, he feels like there must be changes to how he runs things, and he declares Villain Enterprises a “democracy”. From this day forward, every decision that is made by the group, will be made by all four members of the group - together!
  • A video package showed Matt Taven’s attack of Nick Aldis and Jay Lethal from last week’s episode. Next week, we will get Nick Aldis’ reaction to what happened in Manhattan.
  • Matt Taven bt. Alex Shelley and Jay Lethal to retain the ROH World Championship - Escaping with his Championship, as Jay Lethal appeared to be closing in on victory, Taven pinned the former Champion, after throwing Alex Shelley out of the ring. The Kingdom had once again been involved in Taven “escaping” with the Championship, but this time karma quickly came back around...
  • As Matt Taven was helped up the ramp by TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia, he raised his Championship in the air, backing up to the top of the stage. However, the cocky Matt Taven was stopped in his tracks, when his back came into contact with something he didn’t expect. Turning around slowly, Matt Taven saw what the viewers already had… Jeff Cobb back in Ring of Honor! ROH TV went off the air, with the man last seen losing to Matt Taven at Best in the World face to face with the Champion. The fallout to this moment would happen immediately, but wouldn’t air until the following week...

Episode #2
  • Starting with the recap of how last week’s episode ended, ROH TV began with the same image that closed the previous week. The rest of the scene then played out, with Jeff Cobb dropping TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia, and leading Matt Taven back down the ramp. When Taven had nowhere to go but back in the ring, he was taken down by both Alex Shelley and Jay Lethal, before being thrown to the outside. The Kingdom regrouped on the outside, as Cobb showed respect to the other two men in the ring. Cobb then took a microphone, saying that The Kingdom better go and check the board in the back… and bring either TK O’Ryan or Vinny to the ring, because Cobb was in action - right now!
  • Jeff Cobb bt. TK O’Ryan - The returning Cobb made quick work of the unprepared O’Ryan, who was nowhere near ready for what Cobb had in store. Ending with a Tour of the Islands, Jeff Cobb made it clear that he was coming for the ROH World Championship.
  • A skit aired, showing Kenny King and Rhett Titus in the gym, watching the training that Josh Woods does for every match he is in. Trying to motivate Titus, King asked Rhett Titus if he put that much prep work in. Not just lifting weights in the gym, but preparing to fight!
  • Following a replay of last week’s huge three Champions meeting in the ring, Kelly Klein’s excited reaction to the moment was shown. Speaking to ROH cameras, Klein said she loved the fact that there is top level competition in Women of Honor, and she couldn’t wait to be tested.
  • Maria Manic bt. Tasha Steelz - Speaking of top level competition, Maria Manic once again proved her value, decisively defeating Steelz. Manic stood tall after the match, the commentators putting over her huge immediate impact in Ring of Honor.
  • Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams spoke about their Tag Team title and Six Man title ambitions, promoting a match next week where the winning team will be able to choose their shot at either title. As they spoke, the Lifeblood members were confronted by Villain Enterprises, who told them not to dare challenge them. Outnumbered, there was little Haskins & Williams could do, as Marty Scurll made light of the fact that V.E had injured their stablemate Bandido.
  • Nick Aldis was interviewed about Matt Taven’s actions from Manhattan Mayhem, condemning them in the strongest terms possible. He questioned ROH for being represented by a man like that, and said that the NWA certainly deserves better than what happened in his match with Jay Lethal.
  • Footage courtesy of SHIMMER put over their Champion Nicole Savoy, who would go one on one with Kelly Klein next week - in a non-title match.
  • Rush bt. Dalton Castle in a No Disqualifications Match - putting a decisive end to the rivalry between the two, Rush once again defeated Dalton Castle. Following the match, there was no doubt that Rush simply has Dalton Castle’s number, and the flamboyant competitor looked as if he’d finally reached rock bottom.

Episode #3
  • Haskins & Williams bt. The Briscoes, The Bouncers and Shinobi Shadow Squad - making Brian Manolas tap out, Tracy Williams picked up a huge win for his team, securing them a shot at either the ROH Tag Team titles, or the Six Man. The frustration of The Briscoes was clear after the match.
  • Remaining in the ring, Haskins & Williams looked ready to reveal which title they had chosen to go for, but were preempted by Villain Enterprises. Marty Scurll told Haskins & Williams to think before they made a decision. And before they said anything, Scurll added that - as a democracy - Villain Enterprises have decided that at Death Before Dishonor, it will be PCO and Brody King and Flip Gordon who will defend the titles. Scurll will be at ringside. Before Haskins & Williams could speak, Villain Enterprises roughed them up, but stopped short of a beatdown, before leaving the ring...
  • Cutting away from the taped content, Ian Riccaboni gave an update on the situation in Ring of Honor since Saturday Night at Center Stage, leading into a promo from Bandido. Bandido spoke in Spanish, with English captions, and told Villain Enterprises that he would return to ROH at Death Before Dishonor… and he was coming for Marty Scurll! Going back to Ian, the voice of ROH confirmed that match, as well as an ROH World Championship match which would feature Matt Taven defending his title against Alex Shelley and Jeff Cobb!
  • Fred Yehi bt. Odinson - two talents local to the area, Fred Yehi picked up a debut victory against the much bigger competitor, an impressive beginning to his ROH career. On commentary, it was said that Fred Yehi had struck up a bond with PJ Black, and was seen taking advice from the veteran in the back before the show.
  • Leaving the commentary position, Colt Cabana introduced Nick Aldis to the stage, ready to interview the NWA World Heavyweight Champion. As Aldis looked to address the ROH and NWA relationship going forward, The Briscoes came out and jumped them from behind. Frustrated at their defeat from earlier, Jay & Mark laid a brutal attack on Aldis and Cabana, before looking straight down the barrel and saying “F*** THE NWA!”
  • Matt Taven and The Kingdom were asked for Taven’s reaction to the ROH World Championship match that will take place at Death Before Dishonor, with Taven losing his mind at the “injustice”. Taven said he’d already beaten both Alex Shelley and Jeff Cobb… and he was going to fight the decision!
  • Nicole Savoy bt. Kelly Klein - SHIMMER’s Champion managed to better ROH’s own Women of Honor Champion on the night, in a hard-fought, evenly contested match. After the match, Klein was clearly frustrated, but begrudgingly accepted the better woman had won. At Death Before Dishonor, Nicole Savoy would face Kelly Klein again, this time with the chance to win the Women of Honor Championship!

Episode #4
  • Opening the final episode of ROH TV before Death Before Dishonor, Ian Riccaboni ran down the confirmed matches for the show, wishing “Happy Wrestling” before introducing the confirmation of another match.
  • Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams were shown giving reaction to their victory which aired last week, from backstage in Atlanta. At the time, they were unsure of Bandido’s status for Death Before Dishonor, but said that they had a “Plan B”. They talked about Flip Gordon and Marty Scurll being in action later, and said that was the perfect time to introduce their partner… who will join them in challenging for the ROH World Six Man Tag Team Championships!
  • Villain Enterprises’ Brody King & PCO bt. Coast 2 Coast - Opening the show, PCO & Brody King picked up a solid victory against the challenge of Coast 2 Coast. After the match, Marty Scurll led the group in a united front, saying that they’d heard what Haskins & Williams had planned, but laughed off the idea that anybody in ROH is good enough to bridge the gap between Lifeblood and Villain Enterprises!
  • A fired up reaction promo from The Briscoes saw them asked about their attack on Colt Cabana and Nick Aldis. The two were still just as furious as they had been during the attack, and said that at Death Before Dishonor, they wanted the match that should have happened at Best In The World...
  • Dragon Lee bt. Kenny King - while Kenny King gave a much better showing than Rhett Titus did in his match two weeks ago, he still fell to defeat against the talented Luchador, Dragon Lee. After the match, Titus wasn’t too impressed with King’s defeat, annoying the man who is trying to help him get his career back on track. It was also confirmed that at Death Before Dishonor, Dragon Lee & Rush would challenge The Guerillas of Destiny for the ROH World Tag Team Championships.
  • Following the announcement of an open challenge by Jonathan Gresham for Death Before Dishonor, footage was shown highlighting the rivalry between Matt Taven and his two challengers Alex Shelley and Jeff Cobb. This led into a promo from Jeff Cobb, who made it clear that he didn’t respect Matt Taven. He told Taven that a Champion is supposed to represent a company, but when he sees Taven, he doesn’t see “ROH” he sees “R.I.P”.
  • Villain Enterprises’ Flip Gordon & Marty Scurll bt. Fred Yehi & PJ Black - having quickly formed a bond, Fred Yehi & PJ Black worked well together, but were defeated when Flip pinned Yehi. Brody King & PCO at ringside undoubtedly helped V.E to their victory, their presence alone enough to provide a distraction.
  • As Villain Enterprises stood tall to end the night, following a very productive evening for the group, Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams came to the top of the ramp. At Death Before Dishonor, Brody King, Flip Gordon and PCO will defend the World Six Man Tag Team Championships against Haskins & Williams, and a partner of their choosing. With Bandido out of action, Mark Haskins introduced the third man… Jay Lethal! Lethal took the microphone from Haskins as he joined them on the stage, saying that months ago he stood in that ring and called these men two of the best wrestlers on the planet. In Las Vegas, at Death Before Dishonor, they stand side by side… and they’re coming for Villain Enterprises’ Championships!

With a good amount of time between shows, there is always a chance of an injury occurring in between, or a recovery taking longer than expected. Luckily, there has been no such incidents between Saturday Night at Center Stage and Death Before Dishonor, with all but long-term absentees Chris Sabin and David Finlay cleared to compete. The pay-per-view, and the Las Vegas TV taping that follows aren’t expected to see any major moves in terms of talent into the company, but it is reported that several contracted talents have been told they won’t be needed for the dates. This calls into question the future of those roster members, with the company apparently making it known that they wish to streamline the talent pool going into 2020.
This doesn’t bode well for the number of competitors who have fallen from prominence since Bully Ray and Delirious departed the company, with names like Shane Taylor and The Bouncers said to be far from impressed with the new regime. That remains to be seen, but with ROH looking to set a “fresh start” via the mantra of “show, don’t tell”, Death Before Dishonor will likely be the clearest indication yet of what to expect from the company going forward.
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Awesome so far man super excited to see what you do going into 2020. My only question is how do you simulate the bulk tv tapings?
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Ring of Honor World Championship Match

Ring of Honor World Six Man Tag Team Championship Match




Ring of Honor World Tag Team Championship Match

Women of Honor World Championship Match

Honor Club Championship Open Challenge


NWA vs. Ring of Honor - Cross Promotional Grudge Match

Death Before Dishonor Match Card

ROH World Championship
Matt Taven (c) vs. Alex Shelley vs. Jeff Cobb
ROH World Six Man Championship
Villain Enterprises' Brody King, Flip Gordon & PCO (c) vs. Jay Lethal and Lifeblood's Haskins & Williams
ROH World Tag Team Championship
The G.O.D (c) vs. Dragon Lee & Rush
WOH World Championship
Kelly Klein (c) vs. SHIMMER's Nicole Savoy
Honor Club Championship Open Challenge
Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. ?????? ??????
Lifeblood vs. Villain Enterprises
Bandido vs. Marty Scurll
NWA vs. ROH - Cross Promotional Grudge Match
Colt Cabana & Nick Aldis vs. The Briscoes

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ROH World Championship
Matt Taven (c) vs. Alex Shelley vs. Jeff Cobb
ROH World Six Man Championship
Villain Enterprises' Brody King, Flip Gordon & PCO vs. Jay Lethal and Lifeblood's Haskins & Williams
ROH World Tag Team Championship
The G.O.D (c) vs. Dragon Lee & Rush
WOH World Championship
Kelly Klein (c) vs. SHIMMER's Nicole Savoy
Honor Club Championship Open Challenge
Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. ?????? ??????
Lifeblood vs. Villain Enterprises
Bandido vs. Marty Scurll
NWA vs. ROH - Cross Promotional Grudge Match
Colt Cabana & Nick Aldis vs. The Briscoes
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ROH World Championship
Matt Taven (c) vs. Alex Shelley vs. Jeff Cobb

ROH World Six Man Championship
Villain Enterprises' Brody King, Flip Gordon & PCO vs. Jay Lethal and Lifeblood's Haskins & Williams

ROH World Tag Team Championship
The G.O.D (c) vs. Dragon Lee & Rush

WOH World Championship
Kelly Klein (c) vs. SHIMMER's Nicole Savoy

Honor Club Championship Open Challenge
Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. Dalton Castle

Lifeblood vs. Villain Enterprises
Bandido vs. Marty Scurll

NWA vs. ROH - Cross Promotional Grudge Match
Colt Cabana & Nick Aldis vs. The Briscoes
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Ring of Honor World Championship Match

Ring of Honor World Six Man Tag Team Championship Match




Ring of Honor World Tag Team Championship Match

Women of Honor World Championship Match

Honor Club Championship Open Challenge


NWA vs. Ring of Honor - Cross Promotional Grudge Match

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ROH World Championship
Matt Taven (c) vs. Alex Shelley vs. Jeff Cobb
ROH World Six Man Championship
Villain Enterprises' Brody King, Flip Gordon & PCO vs. Jay Lethal and Lifeblood's Haskins & Williams
ROH World Tag Team Championship
The G.O.D (c) vs. Dragon Lee & Rush
WOH World Championship
Kelly Klein (c) vs. SHIMMER's Nicole Savoy
Honor Club Championship Open Challenge
Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. ?????? ??????
Lifeblood vs. Villain Enterprises
Bandido vs. Marty Scurll
NWA vs. ROH - Cross Promotional Grudge Match
Colt Cabana & Nick Aldis vs. The Briscoes
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My mentality would be to get rid of everyone from the Bully / Delirious Era. With that in mind…

Honor Club Championship Open Challenge – Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. ?????? ??????

The Honor Club Championship just got renamed. I’d have Gresham run with it for a while as a centerpiece while you get the company into shape. Everybody on the way out is jobbing to Gresham at some point.

Lifeblood vs. Villain Enterprises – Bandido vs. Marty Scurll

Ugh, Marty. Let him go off to party in AEW. Bandido is the future.

NWA vs. ROH – Colt Cabana & Nick Aldis vs. The Briscoes

The Briscoes are the Originals. I know Colt is too, but I’ve never liked his in-ring work. Plus the NWA reps are best known as commentators in ROH.

WOH World Championship – Kelly Klein (c) vs. Nicole Savoy

Kelly is the Delirious mark on the Women of Honor. Going with Nicole is going back to the SHIMMER Era of Sara Del Ray, in my head.

ROH World Six Man – Brody King, Flip Gordon & PCO vs. Jay Lethal. Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams

Brody, Flip and PCO can walk. Jay Lethal can too. But Mark and Tracey are the future.

ROH World Tag Team – Tama Tonga & Tonga Loa (c) vs. Dragon Lee & Rush

GOD is good, but GOD is not yours. The ROH Lucha Bros take the titles.

ROH World Championship – Matt Taven (c) vs. Alex Shelley vs. Jeff Cobb

Jeff Cobb is the man you need right now. Shelley and Taven should never have been in this kind of position.

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