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Ring of Honor returns to iPPV this weekend with All-Star Extravaganza VI

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This Saturday, September 6th, Ring of Honor (ROH) will hold their 6th All-Star Extravaganza show in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

If you're in the area and want to check out the show at the historic Maple Lead Gardens (now the Mattamy Athletic Centre), tickets are still available - and you can search for them here.  If not, the company is offering it via internet pay-per-view (iPPV) for $19.99.  You can pre-order to show here.

After a rocky few years with iPPV, ROH has now successfully streamed three shows with new partner Ustream.  While Ustream will continue to provide the streaming service, unlike Best in the World and the two New Japan shows offered online this summer, ASE will only be available on Ring of Honor's website.

Here's a look at the card, which kicks of Saturday night at 7:30PM Eastern:

"Unbreakable" Michael Elgin (c) vs. Jay Briscoe

The champ has been taking on all comers, and emerging victorious, since capturing the title on PPV earlier this summer.  Briscoe still hasn't been pinned since returning from injury - including the four-way dance for the belt at Field of Honor.

2 out of 3 falls for the ROH World Tag Team Championship
reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly) (c) vs The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson)

This alone is worth the price of the show.

No Time Limit for the ROH World TV Title
Jay Lethal (c) w/Truth Martini vs. ACH

This is a nice bonus - their time limit draw on ROH TV a few weeks back was phenomenal.

"The Phenomenal" AJ Styles vs. Adam Cole

This is just a dream match between the current IWGP Heavyweight champ in Styles and a future WWE roster member just back from a tour of Japan in Cole.  Hopefully it can live up to the hype, because we may not get too many opportunities to see these stars in the same sky.

Grudge Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian vs The Decade's Roderick Strong & Jimmy Jacobs

Strong, Jacobs and BJ Whitmer cost Daniels and Kaz their match against reDRagon at Field of Honor, so here we are.

Fans who miss the Fallen Angel and his good buddy François' old team name, well, check out the new one...

Battle of the Breakout Stars
Silas Young vs. Cedric Alexander


The Last Real Man showed Kevin Steen the door, which Cedric impressed in winning his war against Roderick Strong.  Now they square off to see who can keep their momentum.

Mark Briscoe vs. Hanson


Hanson's War Machine partner, Rowe, was recently in a motorcycle accident, so it falls to the bearded big man to fight the Briscoes for the title of craziest summabitches in ROH by himself.

Ethan Gabriel Owens & Josh Alexander vs. Adam Page & BJ Whitmer vs. Caprice Coleman & Watanabe vs. Moose & R.D. Evans w/ Veda Scott


The Decade's in there, along with Caprice mentoring a new tag partner in New Japan's Watanabe...but you know all that matters is #TheNewStreak!  Evans and Moose are still undefeated as a team - can anyone stop #TheNewStreak?

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What do you think, Cagesiders?  Worth a Saturday night and a couple of sawbucks?

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