Home » ROH (page 4)

ROH

Tommaso Ciampa departs Ring of Honor, company runs “firing” angle

Ring of Honor announced via social media today that Tommaso Ciampa has been fired due to an attack on referee Todd Sinclair. It’s interesting to see ROH go this route, since Ciampa had already publicly announced via Twitter that he was parting ways with the company heading into last Saturday’s TV tapings in San Antonio. Tommaso Ciampa has been fired ...

Read More »

Accentuate the Positives – Week of April 4th, 2015

It’s easy to get bogged down in the negativity that exists online when it comes to the world of professional wrestling. Let’s put a pause on the bad stuff, all the complaints, criticisms, rants, and rundowns. Instead, let’s come up for a breath of fresh air, sift through the week that was, and accentuate the positives.

Read More »

Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kazuchika Okada are coming to Ring of Honor

Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kazuchika Okada

The “Ace of the Universe” and “the Rainmaker” are coming to Ring of Honor. New Japan Pro Wrestling’s biggest stars not named Shinsuke Nakamura — Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kazuchika Okada — are booked for four Ring of Honor shows in May. Tanahashi and Okada will take part in Ring of Honor’s War of the Worlds on Tuesday, May 12, and Wednesday, ...

Read More »

Mike Johnson Talks WrestleMania 31 Build, NXT Growth and Ring of Honor Plans

The Road to WrestleMania 31 continues as Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com joins the podcast to talk about the build to Mania so far, the decision to put Roman Reigns in the main event vs. Daniel Bryan, what he thinks is going on with Brock Lesnar, the big Raw the day after Mania, NXT’s plans to grow this upcoming year and ...

Read More »

The Flagship: Axelmania is Running Wild on WWE Raw (and Roman Reigns is too), Samoa Joe to WWE, Rey Mysterio is Free

It’s the Flagship podcast and there’s plenty for Brian and Michael to discuss including Samoa Joe seemingly headed to WWE and what that could do for NXT, Rey Mysterio free from WWE and where he is headed, WWE Raw on Monday from Jon Stewart’s guest appearance, Roman Reigns beating up everyone but losing to Axelmania running wild. Plus, they share ...

Read More »

ROH 13th Anniversary Results & Reaction

ROH 13th Anniversary March 1, 2015 The Orleans Hotel Las Vegas, Nevada If you missed Final Battle click here For all of our coverage on ROH click here First Match: Cedric Alexander vs. Matt Sydal  Alexander backs Sydal to the corner. Sydal high fives him on the break, but Alexander doesn’t seem to appreciate that. They come back together and ...

Read More »

Accentuate the Positives in Wrestling – Week of February 28, 2015

It’s easy to get bogged down in the negativity that exists online when it comes to the world of professional wrestling. Let’s put a pause on the bad stuff, all the complaints, criticisms, rants, and rundowns. Instead, let’s come up for a breath of fresh air, sift through the week that was, and accentuate the positives. I’m changing this to ...

Read More »

Samoa Joe is headed to Ring of Honor in March

Samoa Joe didn’t waste any time in finding work after leaving TNA. The Samoan Submission Machine is headed back to where it all began: Ring of Honor. ROH announced that the “legend is coming home” in this video. He’s scheduled for four dates so far: Baltimore March 7 (TV taping), Milwaukee March 13, Chicago Ridge March 14, Redwood City March ...

Read More »

Adam Pearce on Hanging up His Boots, Looking Back and Working with WWE NXT

“Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce is back on the podcast as he talks about his in-ring career coming to an end in December, when he knew he was going to hang up his boots and why it was the right time, the emotion of his final match which was against his good friend Colt Cabana, looking back on his career, how ...

Read More »

Best of Wrestling 2014: Daniel Bryan Wins at WrestleMania, Seth Rollins Emerges, The Streak is Over

Brian and Michael look back at the year in wrestling in the best of wrestling 2014 podcast. The guys run down who they thoughts was the best wrestler, heel and tag-team over the past year along with their best match and show. Plus, they talk about this biggest misfire along with the biggest news story as well as what they thought ...

Read More »

Match of the Year (2014)

This is what it’s all about – the “wrestling” part of professional wrestling. Guys squaring off to fight it out, settle their differences, and entertain thousands (millions?) of fans. But only ONE match can be called “Match of the Year.” Which one earned top honors? Read on to find out…

Read More »

Wrestler of the Year (2014)

What does it take to be wrestler of the year? Is main-eventing Wrestlemania enough, or does it take other intangibles? Can a breakout star earn top honors in the same year? Read on to see who we think was the best of 2014…

Read More »

Best Show of the Year (2014)

From top-to-bottom, any wrestling match is only as good as the card it’s on, and when it comes to quality lineups, 2014 was full of them. Could Ring of Honor pull the upset with fantastic PPV outings? Did Impact Wrestling have an ace in the hole? Was NXT ready to strike it big? What was the best overall show of ...

Read More »

Biggest News Story of the Year (2014)

Headlines, headlines, headlines… The wrestling industry knows how to both make news and break news, and 2014 was no different. TNA lost (and found) a home. ROH emerged on Pay-Per-View. Still, bigger names and bigger networks emerged. What were they? Read on to find out…

Read More »

Best Creative Surprise of the Year (2014)

While the in-ring product sells tickets, and the long-term stories sell merchandise, surprises what keep fans coming back for more; unpredictability is the cornerstone of the modern wrestling product. But in year chocked-full of big moments, with historic names like Hulk Hogan, Sting, and The Rock hanging around, which one reigned supreme? Read on for our picks for “Best Creative ...

Read More »

Creative Misfire of the Year (2014)

Just because it’s deemed “creative” doesn’t always mean it’s going to be good – just ask Vince Russo. And for every great feud, or well-executed story line, the major wrestling promotions also make mistakes. Some aren’t so bad; a few others require major direction shifts. Read on to find out our picks for “Creative Misfire of the Year.”

Read More »

Feud of the Year (2014)

What makes wrestling tick? There’s the actual in-ring product, the athletic competition between two (or more) giants who turn hammer-locks and chain-grappling into a dance. There’s the driving story behind the match. Why are these titans fighting? Why should we care? That’s where rivalries come in… they gives us, as fans, that emotional investment. Here are our picks for ‘Feud ...

Read More »

Heel of the Year (2014)

Best “bad guy” of the year is such a tricky category – on the one hand, you want to hate them, but on the other, sometimes the most hated guys are fan favorites. Then there’s the divide between supporting characters (authority figures or managers) and the actual wrestling talents themselves. Does Paul Heyman earn this award by default? How many guys ...

Read More »

Breakout Star of the Year (2014)

So many guys (and gals) in 2014 had their “moment.” They grabbed that brass ring. While the youth movement moniker has been tossed around over the last decade, no other year has been filled with as many young guys fighting for a spot as 2014 was. Did Bray Wyatt solidify his spot against John Cena at Wrestlemania? Did The Shield ...

Read More »

The Best of 2014: Professional Wrestling

2014 saw major changes sweep across the professional wrestling landscape. WWE launched a brand new digital network, while TNA Impact Wrestling was forced to find itself a new network entirely. New promotions, such as Global Force Wrestling and Lucha Underground, were started, and Ring of Honor fought for its right to be considered one of the “major players.” Hulk Hogan came ...

Read More »