If they can have the first Strong/Edwards match shipped out in the next few days I think it would be a good idea to go with that. I just don't like the idea of having a rematch in Chicago when nobody in Chicago has seen the first match.
I was a huge Taz fan as a kid, he was more bad ass than Austin to me, just not as cool or intelligent as Austin. I'm guessing Taz hurt a lot of people, he didn't exactly play around in the ring. By the way Morishima should be booked almost exactly like Taz was.
ROH officials have finalized the paperwork on the ROH World Title Match for “Supercard of Honor VI” taking place on May 21st in Chicago Ridge at The Frontier Fieldhouse. And the lucky man who will get his opportunity to put his name in the history books is former ROH World Champion Roderick Strong!
Strong held the belt from September 11, 2010 when he beat Tyler Black at “Glory by Honor IX” until March 19, 2011 when Eddie Edwards beat him at “Manhattan Mayhem IV” (now available for pre-order http://www.rohstore.com/index.php?di...product_id=519). Now he will have his opportunity to become only the second man to hold the ROH World Title twice when he challenges the winner of the Edwards/Chris Hero bout taking place this weekend at “ROH Revolution: Canada”. Strong is very familiar with both men but it’s a safe bet that the former champ would prefer to challenge the man who beat him for the belt.
“I really don’t care who I have to beat to get back my belt!” said Strong, “I’m just glad that Ring of Honor did what was right for once and finally gave me my rematch. Of course I’d rather take Eddie and show him just how lucky he got in New York, but I’d be just as happy beating Hero to a pulp. Who ever comes out of this weekend as the champion is going to have to deal with me and they’ll find out first hand that the truth…hurts.”