Here's a place to check results and comment along with Ring of Honor (ROH)'s Supercard of Honor XI internet pay-per-view (iPPV) - happening Saturday, April 1, 2017 at The Lakeland Center in Lakeland, Florida.
The venerable independent promotion’s contribution to WrestleMania weekend will have the world watching during its main event, for what could be Matt & Jeff Hardy’s last match before rejoining WWE. The (possibly) Broken brothers will pay off their long running online feud with the Young Bucks, when they square off in a ladder match for the ROH tag titles.
At the company’s last PPV, 45 year old Christopher Daniels finally won the major World title that had eluded him thoughout his career when he beat Adam Cole. Now, he’ll face a rising star who fans have been clamoring to see get his own shot at the top of the card in the Party Peacock, Dalton Castle. Cole, meanwhile, will be gunning for Marty Scurll’s Television title... all while fans wonder if he’s headed elsewhere when his ROH contract expires in a few days.
The Hardys aren’t the only big stars to join ROH this year - Bully Ray also chose the Honorable Ring, and made an impact by teaming with the Briscoes to capture the company’s six-man titles. Here, the masters of the “3B” will defend against a Bullet Club contigent of Hangman Page and Bully’s former students, the Guerrillas of Destiny.
Cody (Rhodes) has been floating around ROH for a while, and the newest Bullet Club member faces Jay Lethal in something Dusty would love, a Texas Bullrope match. The company leveraged its international partnerships with New Japan & CMLL to throw together an international showcase featuring Will Ospreay & Volador, Jr. against Dragon Lee & Jay White.
Plus, Frankie Kazarian is set to face Punishment Martinez, there’s more tag action when The Kingdom squares of with Silas Young & Beer City Bruiser, and - hey - the Women of Honor are even listed as schedule to appear!
You can stream the show for $29.99 from Ring of Honor’s website at this link or via FiteTV at this one. The opening bell is scheduled for 6PM Eastern.
We'll update the results as they happen, and feel free to use this space to discuss all the action with the best pro wrestling community on the internet - before, during and after the show.
Women of Honor matches:
Marcela def. La Amapola
Mandy Leon & Jenny Rose def. Sumie Sakai & Faye Jackson
Kelly Klein def. Deonna Purrazzo
Your announce team is Kevin Kelly, Colt Cabana & Ian Riccaboni
Marty Scurll def. Adam Cole vs. "The Villain" via submission with a chickenwing to retain his ROH World Television championship
After some promo work that builds on the fact the Kingdom dropped the Six-Man titles while Young was filling in for the injured TK O’Ryan, it’s time for...
Beer City Bruiser & Silas Young def. Matt Taven & Vinny Marseglia via pinfall (Young on Vinny after hitting Misery, and while puffing on Bruiser’s cigar)
Bully cut a pre-match promo explaining how G.O.D. trained at he & D-Von’s school
The Briscoes & Bully Ray def. The Guerrillas of Destiny & Hangman Page via pinfall (Super “3B” on Tanga Roa) to retain their ROH Six-Man Tag titles
Jay Lethal def Cody via pinfall following a Lethal Injection and AceCrusher to end their feud in a Texas Bullrope Match; afterwards, Lethal offers his hand, and Cody gives him the bullrope, which is said to be a “Rhodes family heirloom”
Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) def. The Rebellion (Shane Taylor & Rhett Titus) vs. Cheeseburger & Will Ferrara (but The Rebellion win the post-match fray)
Punishment Martinez def. Frankie Kazarian via pinfall following a sitout chokeslam (Adam Page showed up to distract Kaz before the finish)
After intermission, Bobby Fish came out to say he’s not done with ROH. There are still battles he needs to fight, and he mentions Lethal because of their match in Vegas. Silas Young is out to say he’s sick of Fish’s whining and we have a match.
Bobby Fish def. Silas Young via disqualification; Fish seemed to injury his leg, and the finish came when Young shoved Todd Sinclair - security ended up splitting them up
Will Ospreay & Volador Jr def. Dragon Lee & Jay White (Ospreay hit a Shooting Star Press to the floor on Lee; Volador followed with a hurricanrana off the top on White); all four shook hands after the match
Christopher Daniels def. Dalton Castle via pinfall with a roll-up to retain the ROH World title; afterwards, Cody comes out and attacks. Kaz chases him off, but he’s clearly set-up as the next contender
The Young Bucks def. Matt & Jeff Hardy to win the ROH Tag Team championship, claiming the belts after Superkicking both Hardys off the ladder