Bully Ray explains why he left his boots in the ring at Final Battle in a pretty good episode of ROH TV.
Jay Lethal faces Will Ospreay and The Kingdom takes on Dalton Castle and The Boys in a good episode of ROH TV.
Jay Lethal approaches the new ROH World Champ Dalton Castle with a request, and Flip Gordon challenges Marty Scurll in a very nice first episode of ROH TV in 2018.
The first IWGP US Heavyweight Champ is crowned in the finale of a highly entertaining tournament, Billy Gunn challenges Hiroshi Tanahashi for the IWGP IC Title, The Young Bucks put their Jr. Heavyweight Tag Titles on the line against Roppongi Vice once again, and more on the second of two nights for NJPW in the USA.
Day 1 of the G1 Special in USA shows started the IWGP US Title tournament in a great way. This show had some great first round matches as well as a really good IWGP Heavyweight Title match between Okada and Cody!
Cody gets a one-on-one shot at Christopher Daniels’ ROH World Title in the main event of a very good PPV from ROH.
The final stop before Best in the World also happens to be the 300th episode of ROH TV! This show had two good matches and built nicely towards the PPV, but otherwise it wasn’t a particularly special episode.
Hangman Page attempts to kick Adam Cole out of Ring of Honor in a very good main event on a very good show.
Cody faces Kazarian in a good main event of a decent 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.
ROH and New Japan clashes once again in a show that featured a bunch of very good and highly entertaining matches.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This was a week of setting up some high-profile matches for the February show in Las Vegas, but it also featured the start of the 2016 Top Prospect Tournament and was highlighted by a good triple threat main event.
Wrestle Kingdom 10 spilled over into Korakuen Hall the following night! New rivalries emerged and a title was on the line.