June 7, 2017 published on YouTube (taped May 14, 2017) City: Philadelphia, PA Venue: 2300 Arena Tour: War of the Worlds Commentary: Ian Riccaboni, Mandy Leon Ring Announcer: Bobby Cruise Match 1 Kelly Klein vs Jenny Rose (referee: Paul Turner) Match Thoughts A pretty good match. Klein was dominant, but Rose had a burst …
Hangman Page attempts to kick Adam Cole out of Ring of Honor in a very good main event on a very good show.
Tasha Steelz and Jessie Brooks take on Sumie Sakai and the debuting Gabby Ortiz in a nice tag team match.
Cody faces Kazarian in a good main event of a decent episode of ROH TV.
Ian Riccaboni gives an update on WOH and Kelly Klein makes a statement at the expense of Jynx.
This week’s episode of ROH TV is a series of clips from some of the matches that took place at Honor Rising in Japan this past February.
Karen Q makes her ROH/WOH debut as she looks to end the 532 day undefeated streak of Kelly Klein.
This was a standout episode with three good matches including a 6-man Tag Title bout and Bobby Fish vs Silas Young.
ROH and New Japan clashes once again in a show that featured a bunch of very good and highly entertaining matches.
This week’s match is a four corner survival featuring Faye Jackson, Deonna Purrazzo, Jenny Rose, and Mandy Leon.
The first night of the War of the Worlds tour had some great matches and a few that weren’t as great, but overall it was a very solid start for the ROH/NJPW tour.
Being the last TV episode before War of the Worlds, this was a good show with a tag team main event featuring Daniels and Castle versus Cole and Cody.
Kelly Klein’s 525-day winning streak is put on the line against the talented Deonna Purrazzo.
Another pretty good episode of ROH TV is highlighted by a Four Corner Survival match to name a second (or actually, third) number one contender for the ROH World Title.
Continuing a feud lasting over 10 years in CMLL, Marcela faces La Amapola in an ROH ring.
A pretty good show with a nice TV Title match and the return of a man “Reborn.”
Prior to Supercard of Honor XI, this WOH tag match worked as a nice warmup to the main show.
There were a lot of people attacking other people on this show, but I think it did a fine job of building interest for Death Before Dishonor.
Jay Lethal defends his ROH World Title against Colt Cabana in a very good match that is the highlight of a show that included Jay White versus Will Ferrara and the debut of Mark Briscoe’s Chicken Shack. Mark uses big words.
With a surprisingly good TV Title match and a fun main event, this week’s ROH TV is worth your time.