We want to thank everyone for an incredible triple shot in Detroit and Chicago. ROH reached a new attendance record last Saturday in Chicago with around 1700 fans. Around 3500 fans were in attendance for the triple shot. We will have lots of news coming out of the shows all this week right here in the ROHwrestling.com Newswire. This week will also feature match announcements for 4/22 in Philly, 4/28 in Dayton, 4/29 in Cleveland, 5/12 in Long Island with Christian and 5/13 in Edison.
Thanks to WLW and Pro Wrestling NOAH, Ring Of Honor is pleased to announce that GHC Jr. Heavyweight Champion KENTA will be on a one week tour of ROH. KENTA will return to Manhattan on 6/17 and make his Detroit debut on 6/23 and Chicago debut on 6/24. KENTA will be in main event quality matches on all three nights. The ROH Wrestling School will also hold a training seminar with KENTA in Philadelphia during that week. This will give you the opportunity to train with KENTA and ROH Wrestling School Head Trainer Bryan Danielson. We will have more info on all these events in the upcoming weeks. Tickets are now on sale for Manhattan, Detroit and Chicago at ROHwrestling.com, by calling 215-781-2500 and at Ticketmaster outlets.
2/11 “Unscripted II” is now out on DVD and ready for immediate delivery at ROHwrestling.com. It was a wild night in a snowstorm and there was no telling what was going to happen next as Bryan Danielson & a huge surprise take on Jimmy Rave & Adam Pearce. You will also see Roderick Strong vs. BJ Whitmer in a hard-hitting match, Jimmy Yang vs. Azrieal vs. Jason Blade vs. Jerrelle Clark in an action packed Four Corner Survival, Bryan Danielson defends the World Title against the second ROH champion and returning Xavier, Nigel McGuinness vs. Austin Aries in one of the best Pure Title matches ever, Colt Cabana vs. Grim Reefer plus much, much more!!! Check it out now at ROHwrestling.com.
Colt Cabana, coming off his huge victory last Saturday, will challenge ROH World Champion Bryan Danielson for the World Title on April 22nd in Philadelphia. We will look at the end of the Cabana and Homicide feud tomorrow including why there was a handshake and hug between Cabana and Homicide to end the intense blood feud.
The ROH wrestlers deserve all the credit in the world for delivering three show of the year quality events over the weekend. The ROH athletes put it all on the line each night and as a result the ROH locker room was looking like a warzone. The list of injuries from the weekend is extensive with BJ Whitmer suffering the worst injury with a severe ankle injury. We will know more about Whitmer’s injury on Friday after he sees a specialist. Whitmer suffered the injury on Thursday night when he fell to the floor from the top rope and was in a cast and on crutches the rest of the weekend. To show you the sacrifice the ROH wrestlers make and how hard they work here is a list, in no particular order, of last weekend’s injuries:
-BJ Whitmer has either a broken ankle or very severe sprain. It is not determined yet how much time he will be out.
-Colt Cabana suffered a broken nose and deep bruise on his cheek after a DDT on a ladder on Thursday.
-Homicide went to the hospital and needed stitches after Saturday’s match.
-Austin Aries suffered a broken nose on Saturday.
-Samoa Joe banged up his shoulder on Saturday.
-Allison Danger suffered a black eye.
-Daizee Haze suffered a stinger and had problems moving her neck after Saturday’s match.
-Roderick Strong twisted his knee during the weekend.
-CIMA suffered a busted lip on Saturday.
-Smash Bradley suffered a broken nose on Saturday.
-Matt Sydal had a blackened eye and other facial bruises after Friday.
-Jim Cornette’s knee popped out on Saturday and he was unable to walk out of the building.
-Bryan Danielson’s chest was blistered and he had a black eye after Friday.
-Adam Pearce suffered an ankle injury at some point in the weekend.
-Necro Butcher had his head split open by a BJ Whitmer chairshot on Thursday.
Our condolences go out to the friends and family of Victor Quinones.