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While being aware and catching glimpses of ROH for years, I had never truly started to follow it until about a year ago. From what I understand, based on things I’ve heard and seen, ROH had its own “dark time” like any other company. Right now, ROH seems to have one of the best rosters they’ve had in a while, with a lot of great booking setting up well-built storylines. Tonight, some people will …

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According to the official Ring of Honor website, Death Before Dishonor IX will take place on September 17, 2011 in New York at the Manhattan Center! This will also be broadcast live to the world via IPPV. There aren’t any matches announced as of yet, but with indy shows it’s not exactly safe to announce a card 2+ months in advance. Tickets are on sale at the ROH Store, so make sure to click the …

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Ring of Honor Summer of Punk 2005 Review

It took 7 DVD’s, the majority of Saturday, and ton of Pepsi to bring this review to PINFALL Magazine. The Summer of Punk is one of those monumental moments of time in wrestling that you hear referred to often, but not in a detailed way. On the eve of WWE’s big Punk-Centric Money in the Bank PPV I wanted to take a look back at CM Punk’s signature title reign. Punk wrestled his heart out … Read entire article »

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I don’t remember the last time I had so much fun watching a wrestling PPV. The crowd, the internet, the in-ring action all combined for the perfect wrestling formula. There was just so much energy surrounding the entire event. There was so much to like about Ring of Honor’s Best in the World 2011 IPPV, and I can’t think of any true complaints. Without further ado… SPOILERS FOLLOW! Jim Cornette opens the show with a great promo. …

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It wouldn’t be a Sunday without a wrestling pay-per-view, and this week Ring of Honor is on tap. ROH goes the IPPV route, which means you’ll need an internet connection, but it also means you’re looking at a reasonable price (15 American dollars). Ring of Honor have mastered the art of the IPPV, so I wouldn’t be too concerned with technical difficulties. There are some nice matches on the card, but the highlight of the …

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