ROH 6th PPV in Philly hype

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ROH 6th PPV in Philly hype

Post by tiscione » March 17th, 2008, 2:52 am



Earlier tonight Ring of Honor held a taping for their next Pay-Per-View show at the National Guard Armory in Philadelphia, PA. Thanks to reader Josh H. for calling these in:

* In a non-PPV match, Davey Richards defeated Dingo with a Kimura submission

* In a non-PPV match, Sara del Rey defeated Kylie Pearce via a kick to the head

* Tyler Black defeated Delirious, Claudio Castagnoli and Go Shiozaki in a Four Way to earn a ROH title shot later tonight. The crowd was shocked by Black winning.

* Kevin Steen defeated Roderick Strong with a package piledriver.

* Ruckus & Jigsaw defeated BJ Whitmer & Adam Pearce when Jigsaw rolled up Whitmer. Eddie Kingston came over the railing and told Ruckus he had to decide whether he was with the Vulture Squad or BLK OUT, which sparked a brawl between Kingston's posse (BLK OUT members Sabian and Robby Mireno, both making their ROH debuts) and Jigsaw and Julius Smokes.

* The Briscoes defeated Joey Matthews & Jimmy Jacobs in a No Rules match after a Spike Jay Driller. Mark Briscoe was bleeding a ton and even did a dive into a splash off the entranceway.

* Bushwhacker Luke Williams pinned Shane Hagadorn in a non-PPV bout.

* On the Larry Sweeney Show, Sweeney announced he had purchased the contracts of the Hangmen 3. Erick Stevens comes out looking to challenge Daniel Puder. This leads to Brent Albright vs. Erick Stevens.

* Brent Albright defeated Erick Stevens. The Hangmen beat down Stevens. Whitmer grabbed the house mic and refused to go with Sweeney, so he was laid out with a spike piledriver on a chair.

* Bryan Danielson defeated Austin Aries with a high armbar submission in a really good match.

* ROH champ Nigel McGuinness defeated Tyler Black with the stretch armbar submission. Great match with Black kicking out everything you can think of before finally losing. Josh wrote, "Black became a made man here."

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ROH 6th PPV in Philly hype

Post by WOODMO » March 17th, 2008, 6:37 pm

ROH has always been un-fan friendly. The fact that its an Indy and they never have meet and greets with talent, and the no digital camera rule on top of that does piss me off. With that said, I always go to the LI and NYC shows since they are local, and if you go solely for the in ring action you always leave with, at worst a decent show, sometimes awesome.

They really should be nicer to fans IMO, a few people wanting to get autographs shouldn't be a big deal.

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ROH 6th PPV in Philly hype

Post by danthemark » March 19th, 2008, 6:33 pm

now we know why I will not go to ROH ever again been over two years and going strong

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