Ring Of Honor Honor Reigns Supreme

Here are the match results, my match ratings and review for Ring Of Honor Honor Reigns Supreme.





Shinobi Shadow Squad (Cheeseburger, Ryan Nova & Eli Isom) defeated John Skylar, Josie Quinn & Corey Hollis

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️



Mark Haskins defeated Beer City Bruiser

Match Ratings:⭐️⭐️⭐️



Fin Juice (Juice Robinson & David Finlay) defeated Best Friends ( Chuckie T & Trent Baretta)

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️1/4



Hot Sauce Tracy Williams defeated Flip Gordon via Referee stoppage

Match Rating: N/A



The Kingdom defeated Luchasarus, Delirious & Shane Hurricane Helms

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️1/2




Bandido defeated PJ Black

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2





Proving Ground Instant Reward (If Cobb loses the winner will get a shot at his TV title)

Jeff Cobb defeated Jonathan Gresham & Rhett Titus

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2




Women Of Honor World Championship

Street Fight

Kelly Klein with Camp Klein defeated Jenny Rose

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️



Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King & PCO) defeated Silas Young & The Briscoes

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️3/4



ROH World Heavyweight Championship

Jay Lethal defeated Dalton Castle with The Boys

Match Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️




With many top names having recently left Ring Of Honor it was time for them to inject some fresh blood into the roster. This show definitely had a new era feel to it as a lot of the matches had competitors who had only recently signed with ROH. The first match was a perfect example as the newly formed team called Shinobi Shadow Squad defeated the new trio of Skylar, Quinn and Hollis. I really liked all the characters on display and the action was great for an opening match. These six will have a bright future if these are the displays the put on. The stand out in this match for me was Isom he is going to be a mian event player in the future. Another new member of the roster made a huge impact as Mark Haskins defeated Beer City Bruiser. Having seen a lot of Haskins on the indies it is pretty easy to predict that he will be hugely successful in ROH. With the tag team tournament fast approaching we got to see a couple of teams on display and wow were they impressive. This is going to be a tremendous year for Juice Robinson. The guy is a natural star and has bucket loads of charisma. His partnership with Finlay is brilliant and so is the name they came up with. As for the Best Friends, they just impress me even more every time I see them perform. Yet another new face to the ROH roster is Hot Sauce Tracy Williams and I was really enjoying the beginning of his match with Flip Gordon until Flip unfortunately injured his knee and the match had to be stopped. I can’t wait to see more of Williams and I hope Flip gets better soon. One of if not the best 3 man team in the business did their thing on this show as The Kingdom made light work of their opponents. I can now see why Bandido’s signature was so sort after the match he had with PJ Black was outstanding. Some of the moves he was able to pull off were jaw dropping. The domination of Cobb continued as he was victorious in the triple threat match. It was however supposed to be a four way but Shane Taylor refused to compete. He then returned after the match and attacked Cobb from behind. So I guess they are starting up a feud with these two and I would love to see these two big lads Best the crap out of each other. The women’s title match was okay but the two things that ruined it for me were the constant interference from  Camp Klein and the table spots. Apart from that it was a decent match with both girls really putting there bodies through tons of punishment for our enjoyment. Who could not like Villain Enterprises ? They have everything you could ask for in a three man team. The size and skill of King is amazing, Marty is just awesome and PCO is literally one crazy bastard. The risks he took were insane and it was easily the best tag match of the show. The main event for the title was always going to be a great match and they did not disappoint. The only thing I was thinking was Lethal has done it all in ROH, maybe it is time for him to test him self in another promotion. I think he would be a perfect fit for either AEW or even WWE at this time in his career. This was a great show and was a great statement by ROH with them showing that even with the departure of so many top stars the future is looking brighter than ever before.





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