Ring of Honor 15th Anniversary Show

Ring of Honor has been creating excellence for 15 years. To celebrate, this Friday night the Ring of Honor 15th Anniversary Show will be LIVE in Las Vegas. ROH is celebrating in a big way with an awesome card. I gotta say, I’m pretty hyped for this PPV. You can get all the info on the big show HERE. Before the big show, I had the chance to talk to Christopher Daniels and Dalton Castle. Check out the interviews below.

(Photo Credit: Ring of Honor/Oli Sandler)

(Photo Credit: Ring of Honor/Lee South)

 

It’s pretty obvious that the two guys are ready to go for their matches this Friday night at Ring of Honor’s 15th Anniversary Show. The entire night looks stacked, let’s dig deeper into the rest of the card:

The Briscoes & Bully Ray vs. War Machine & Davey Boy Smith Jr.:

This is going to be a fun match. The Briscoes have, for my money, been one of the most underrated tag teams in the world of Professional Wrestling, then add Bully Ray to their side. I don’t see very many teams who could beat this trio.

Winners: Briscoes and Bully Ray

The Kingdom (c) vs. Dalton Castle & The Boys (6-Man Tag Team Championship Match)

The Kingdom have been dominate since winning the 6-Man Tag Titles. But as Dalton said in his interview, he and the Boys have been working hard on their teamwork. This year could be huge for Dalton, mark my words… 2017 is the year of the Peacock, and it starts this Friday with winning some gold.

Winners: Dalton Castle and The Boys

Jay Lethal vs. Bobby Fish

Anything can happen in a match with two wrestlers the caliber of Jay Lethal and Bobby Fish. Especially one that could go a long way in positioning someone for a Television or World Title shot. I’m putting my money on Bobby to edge out Jay Lethal in what could be the best match on the card.

Winner: Bobby Fish

The Hardys (c) vs. The Young Bucks vs. Roppongi Vice

How can you not love this match. I can honestly say I was shocked when the Hardy’s showed up at Manhattan Mayhem, but I was excited to see them. The story between the Hardy’s and the Young Bucks is really just getting started. Look for this to be a fast paced match, Roppongi Vice could keep things very interesting. I think the Hardy’s will retain in this match, but like I said… Supercard in Florida could be very very interesting for the Tag Team Champs.

Winners: The Hardy’s

Marty Scurll (c) vs. Lio Rush (World Television Championship Match)

Lio Rush is one of the more exciting young Talents in ROH. While I do love Marty Scurll, I think Lio Rush could shock the world this Friday night. I’m going with the upset, betting on the underdog.

Winner: Lio Rush

Adam Cole (c) vs. Christopher Daniels (ROH World Championship Match)

Talking to Christopher Daniels was probably one of the coolest things I’ve got ot do in my radio career. I love the guy, been following him for years. I’m very excited to see this match and I’d love for him to walk out as champion……….. BUT, as heartbreaking as this is to type, I don’t think it will happen. There’s just too much distraction with Kazarian and the Bullet Club. Think Adam Cole will find a dastardly and devious way to retain. The final shot Friday will be the title held high above the head of Adam Cole, Bay Bay… Which will be too sweet.

Winner: Adam Cole

This is going to be a great PPV event, I think it’ll be impossible to be disappointed. Ring of Honor ALWAYS delivers big. Do yourself a favor and make sure you check out the Ring of Honor 15th Anniversary show live from Las Vegas this Friday night!

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