In what is quickly becoming a tradition, Ring of Honor and New Japan come together for an annual joint tour in May. This year’s War of the Worlds doesn’t feature the loaded lineups of year’s past but has quite a few highlights on each night.
WrestleCon. Pro Wrestling Revolver. Pancakes & Piledrivers. The Super Indie Summit. You could be forgiven for thinking that the name of this show actually referred to four completely separate shows, but in a way that kind of fits the theme Sami Callihan and his crew are going for.
ROH Supercard of Honor XII highlighted by Cody vs. Kenny Omega, Dalton Castle vs. Marty Scurll and a triple threat ladder match is the biggest show in Ring of Honor history in front of their largest crowd ever.
SPRING BREEEEEEAAAAAAAAKKKKKKKKK!!!! Yes, it’s here again. Last year, Joey Janela’s Spring Break took WrestleMania Weekend by storm, and now Janela is back again with Spring Break II, a card that looks even crazier than the first edition.
I am not going to proclaim WWN Supershow Mercury Rising as Show of the Weekend, but when the dust has settled and the weekend comes to a close, it would not shock me in the slightest if this was the best show to take place over the course of this weekend.
Once a mere accessory to WrestleCon (a WWE Axxess alternative wrestling convention), the annual WrestleCon Supershow has taken on a life of its own becoming one of the most anticipated shows (and spectacles) of WrestleMania weekend.
Ring of Honor takes over Lowell, Massachusetts on Friday night, headlined by ROH World champion Christopher Daniels taking on “The American Nightmare” Cody. Who will leave ROH Best in the World as the ROH World champion?
Voices of Wrestling previews this Friday’s ROH 14th Anniversary iPPV – Presented live from Las Vegas, NV! The stars of NJPW meet once again with Ring of Honor in one of the most anticipated iPPVs of the year.