Round 1 of ROH’s Pure Tournament continues with great matches including Rocky Romero vs David Finlay, and Matt Sydal vs Delirious!
The first night of action in the ROH Pure Tournament begins with Jay Lethal versus Dalton Castle, and Wheeler Yuta versus Jonathan Gresham!
B Block of the Best of the Super Jr. 26 tournament provides another round of fun matches with a few surprises and some intra-faction matchups.
The third round of A Block matches provides a lot of fun and entertaining matchups as the competitors begin to spread out even more in the standings.
The second round of B block matches proved to be even better than the first as the competitors begin to pull away from each other during night four of the Best of the Super Jr. 26 tournament.
Night 3 of the 26th Super Jr. tournament had another great round of A Block matches, including Gresham versus Michinoku and Sho versus Dragon Lee in the main event.
B Block gets off to a nice start with a series of fun matches and entertaining matches.
A Block of the 26th Super Jr. Tournament gets of to a really good start with a five matches that all felt important, and at least one match that was really great.
Bully Ray explains why he left his boots in the ring at Final Battle in a pretty good episode of ROH TV.
A fast and fun triple threat tag match main events an episode of ROH TV with some good matches.
Jay Lethal faces Will Ospreay and The Kingdom takes on Dalton Castle and The Boys in a good episode of ROH TV.
Cody gets a one-on-one shot at Christopher Daniels’ ROH World Title in the main event of a very good PPV from ROH.
KUSHIDA battles Marty Scurll for the TV Title, Chuck Taylor makes his ROH debut, and Search and Destroy has had about enough of The Rebellion on a great episode of ROH TV!
This was a standout episode with three good matches including a 6-man Tag Title bout and Bobby Fish vs Silas Young.
Matt Taven looks to become the first-ever ROH Grand Slam Champ as he battles Christopher Daniels for the ROH World Title on a show with some interesting matchups featuring stars from New Japan!
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.
A pretty good show with a nice TV Title match and the return of a man “Reborn.”
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.