Post by jimcarlin40 on Nov 6, 2019 14:14:14 GMT -5
(Wednesday, November 6, 2019) ___________________________________________
BALTIMORE, MD : Ring Of Honor Wrestling has a new Commissioner, and it’s yours truly, Jim Carlin. I’m planning on making ROH Wrestling a better promotion. I’m out to make Ring of Honor Wrestling, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Filsinger Games and you (the fans) the best independent Wrestling promotion out there. With that said, I’m happy to say that Ring Of Honor Wrestling has formed working agreements with the following promotions:
With that said, Ring Of Honor Wrestling has signed one of the biggest acquisitions on the Indy Wrestling circuit. Ring Of Honor Wrestling has signed Brian Pillman Jr.
(Thursday, November 7, 2019) ___________________________________________
- Ring Of Honor Wrestling will premiere a second TV show. The show will be :
Every Friday night, starting tomorrow night, November 8, 2019. ROH World Championship Wrestling will be live for 2 hours on :
- Alexander Hammerstone, Matt Sydal, 2 Cold Scorpio, Rude Boy Riley, Timothy Thatcher, Wheeler YUTA, Logan Black, Adrian Armour, Andrew Everett, Robert Anthony and (manager) Karlee Perez have signed with Ring Of Honor Wrestling.
(Friday, November 8, 2019 @ Cole Fieldhouse in College Park, MD) (Debut Card) ____________________________________________
- Alexander Hammerstone pinned Matt Sydal with the Nightmare Pendulum.
- (6-man Tag Team Match) Lifeblood (Tracy Williams, Bandido & Mark Haskins) defeated The Kingdom (Vinny Marseglia, TK O’Ryan & Logan Black) when Williams pinned Marseglia with the Piledriver. After the match, Matt Taven came out and chased Marseglia out of the building with an axe.
- (ROH World TV Champion) Shane Taylor defeated Brian Pillman Jr. by CountOut in a Non-Title Match.
Andrew Everett comes out to the ring, ready for a fight and issues a challenge to Silas Young, for a match later on the card...CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!!!
- (ROH World Tag Team Champions) The Briscoes (Mark Briscoe & Jay Briscoe) defeated The ANX (Kenny King & Rhett Titus) (w/Karlee Perez) when Mark pinned King with the Froggy Bow in a Non-Title Match.
- Silas Young pinned Andrew Everett with the PG Waja Plunge.
(Friday, November 15, 2019 @ Cole Fieldhouse in College Park, MD) _______________________________________________
- Wheeler YUTA pinned Vinny Marseglia with the Bridging O’Connor Roll.
- Jonathan Gresham made PJ Black submit to the Octopus Stretch.
A wild brawl erupted backstage between (ROH World Champion) Rush and Alexander Hammerstone. They brawl all throughout the locker room and production area. After ROH officials separate them, (Announcer) Ian Riccaboni announces that Rush and Alexander Hammerstone will meet head to head in the main event tonight.
- The Bouncers (Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas) defeated The Kingdom (TK O’Ryan & Logan Black) when Bruiser pinned Black with a cross body block.
- (ROH World TV Championship = No CountOut Match) Brian Pillman Jr. pinned Shane Taylor with the Dire Promise to win the title.
- The ANX (w/Karlee Perez) defeated Lifeblood (Tracy Williams & Bandido) when Kenny King pinned Williams with the Royal Flush.
- (ROH World Champion) Rush pinned Alexander Hammerstone with the Rush Driver in a Non-Title Match.
(Friday, November 22, 2019 @ Cole Fieldhouse in College Park, MD) ______________________________________________
- Rude Boy Riley pinned Andrew Everett with a cross body block.
- The ANX (w/Karlee Perez) defeated Coast 2 Coast (LSG & Shaheem Ali) when Kenny King pinned Ali with the Coronation.
PCO comes out to the ring and challenges (ROH World TV Champion) Brian Pillman Jr. to a match. (Announcer) Ian Riccobani announces that ROH officials have booked a Proving Ground match tonight between Brian Pillman Jr. and PCO! If PCO wins, PCO will earn a future title shot.
- Silas Young pinned PJ Black with the PG Waja Plunge.
- (6-man Tag Team Match) Lifeblood defeated Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Flip Gordon & Brody King) when Bandido pinned King with the 21 Plex.
- (No CountOut Match) Josh Woods pinned 2 Cold Scorpio with the D’Nda Bar.
- (Proving Ground Match) (ROH World TV Champion) Brian Pillman Jr. pinned PCO with the Superkick, (3-1) in a Non-Title Match.
Post by jimcarlin40 on Nov 9, 2019 10:30:34 GMT -5
(Friday, December 6, 2019 @ Cole Fieldhouse in College Park, MD) ________________________________________________
- Timothy Thatcher pinned 2 Cold Scorpio with the Enzuigiri.
- The Bouncers defeated Villian Enterprises (PCO & Brody King) when Beer City Bruiser pinned King with the 2 Day Hangover.
(ROH World Champion) Rush comes to the ring for an interview. Rush is attacked out of nowhere by Jonathan Gresham. Rush is left on the ground as Gresham poses with the ROH World Championship belt!!!
- (No Disqualification Match) PJ Black pinned Robert Anthony with the Placebo Effect.
- (No Disqualification Match) Jonathan Gresham made Jeff Cobb submit to the Octopus Stretch. After the match, (ROH World Champion) Rush came out and attacked Jonathan Gresham, as they brawled all the way to the backstage area.
- (ROH World Tag Team Champions) The Briscoes defeated Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll & Flip Gordon) when Mark Briscoe pinned Gordon with a cross body block in a Non-Title Match.
- (ROH World TV Championship = No CountOut Match) Shane Taylor pinned Brian Pillman Jr. with the Two One Sick to win the title for the second time.
Post by jimcarlin40 on Nov 11, 2019 12:43:54 GMT -5
(Saturday, December 14, 2019 @ Cole Fieldhouse in College Park, MD) __________________________________________
- Marty Scurll pinned LSG with a rollup, after LSG missed Scurll with a running clothesline.
- (No CountOut Match) Timothy Thatcher pinned Tracy Williams with the Saka Otoshi.
- Matt Taven pinned Jay Lethal with the Frog Splash.
- (Top Contenders Four-Team Survival Match) Villain Enterprises (Flip Gordon & Brody King) defeated The Bouncers, Lifeblood (Bandido & Mark Haskins) and The ANX (w/Karlee Perez) when King pinned Rhett Titus with the All Seeing Eye.
- (ROH World TV Championship) Brian Pillman Jr. pinned Jeff Cobb with the Running Lariat to win the title for the second time.
- Jonathan Gresham defeated Rush by disqualification.