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Old 12-19-2008, 06:52 PM   #2935 (permalink)
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Glory by Honor VII

Jerry Lynn vs Kenny King - ***1/4

NWA World Heavyweight Title match:
Brent Albright (c) vs Adam Pearce - ***3/4

FIP World Heavyweight Title match:
Go Shiozaki (c) vs Kevin Steen - ***1/2

GHC Jr Heavyweight Title match:
Bryan Danielson (c) vs Nakajima - ****-****1/4

Erick Stevens vs Rhett Titus - **1/2
-A squash match, but I actually really enjoyed it. Stevens' nose was busted open hard way, so it kinda made sense for him to want to totally obliterate Titus for the finish.

Chris Hero, Eddie Edwards & Shane Hagadorn vs Roderick Strong, Ruckus & Jigsaw - ***1/4

Kensuke Sasaki vs Claudio Castagnoli - ***1/4
-Sure, it was still good, but definitely disappointing considering the guys involved.

ROH World Title match:
Nigel McGuinness vs El Generico - ****
-A step below the Age of Insanity match in my opinion, but great stuff all round. Generico really looked like a threat to the title towards the end.

Steel Cage Warfare:
Austin Aries, Jay & Mark Briscoe vs Jimmy Jacobs, Tyler Black & Delirious vs Necro Butcher - ****
~2008 has seen many hardcore brawls in ROH, but this was up there with the Aries/Jacobs Vendetta II match as the best of the year. In terms of spots there wasn't anything particularly new or innovative, but they told a great story.


As a side note, I loved the fact they showed the title wins of each champion in short video packages prior to each championship bout. Nice touch.
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