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One person with knowledge of exact numbers in ROH said that the 972 buys listed here was not correct, and that the real number is higher, but admitted it was a big drop from the last show. They also said the 500 sellout figure for TV in Louisville was wrong, noting only 400 tickets were ordered.
That was in this weeks Observer.
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When he walks through the curtain, you have not a clue about Roderick Strong. The same goes with Eddie Edwards.

He has awesome matches with great little details. Yay. But he needs to tell me something with his face and body (not verbally) when he walks through that curtain.
Yeah, I mean I get what you're saying kind of, and I think it's something he could work on. I think he does do some of that, but he could definitely do it a bit better. I just don't know how important it is compared to how he acts during his matches.

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The Gateway Center in Collinsville, IL may hold some painful memories for Steve Corino. The memories aren’t necessarily his; Steve wasn’t at the scene of the crime on July 23, 2010 after all, but his presence & influence was still felt at “Hate: Chapter II”. Now, for the first time since that night, Ring of Honor returns to Collinsville, IL on November 6th, while Corino enters the building for the very first time with Jimmy Jacobs at his side. Their opponents for the evening: Lancelot & Harlem Bravado.

“This journey that I started at the beginning of 2011 crossed paths with the Bravados in February.” stated Corino, “I reached out to them, with Grizzly Redwood at my side, and they basically spit in our faces. Not only that, but Lance pinned me. For better or worse, they picked their path and I’ll admit, it has given them a measure of success this year. But that’s just one year. Jimmy and I, we’ve seen what happens when you stay on that path, when you live your life that way for months and years at a time. Lance and Harlem don’t see it now, they probably couldn’t if they wanted to, but eventually something will happen to wake them up and make them realize they wasted their lives, their talent, by cutting corners and generally acting like terrible people. Maybe facing me and Jimmy will be the wake-up call they need; maybe we can knock some sense into these kids before it’s too late.”

“I respect everything the former King of Old School did back in his day.” Said Lancelot Bravado, “In fact, it was kind of a special moment in my career to pin him earlier this year. I think that truly gave me and my brother the confidence we needed because it was that night we realized that the Bandwagon was bigger than anything Steve Corino had ever accomplished.”

“And Jimmy Jacobs” added Harlem, “well I’m sorry to say that you’ve never been one of our heroes, but maybe we can be one of yours after we beat you. We respect your whole rehab, 12 step process…me and Lancelot never needed one of those…but we respect anyone who realizes they’re a failure and tries to make themselves better. I just hope we don’t cause a setback when we win in Collinsville. I’m not sure we could live with ourselves if that happened.”

Corino & Jacob vs. The Bravados goes down on November 6th when ROH makes its long-awaited return to Collinsville, IL & the greater St. Louis area. Tickets for this event are available right here at!
The Bravados need to win this.
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The Bravados need to leave Wrestling.
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Yeah, I mean I get what you're saying kind of, and I think it's something he could work on. I think he does do some of that, but he could definitely do it a bit better. I just don't know how important it is compared to how he acts during his matches.
It's extremely important for the determination of a successful career. I'd argue that Danielson has been having the same problem since returning to WWE for god knows what reason (his fault, WWE's fault, whatever) and that has held him back.
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You know you remember this.
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Pretty good VW. Nice promos from Cole, Ciampa and especially TJP.
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Since the ROH board has been mercifully executed, here is the Official OOP ROH DVD List.

The Era of Honor Begins
Round Robin Challenge
A Night of Appreciation
Road to the Title
Crowning a Champion
Honor Invades Boston
Glory By Honor
Scramble Madness
Revenge on the Prophecy
One Year Anniversary Show
The Epic Encounter
Do or Die
Death Before Dishonor
Wrath of the Racket
Bitter Friends, Stiffer Enemies
Beating the Odds
Glory By Honor II
Tradition Continues
Empire State Showdown
Main Event Spectacles
The Conclusion
War of the Wire
Final Battle 2003
The Battle Lines Are Drawn
The Last Stand
Second Anniversary Show
At Our Best
Reborn Stage 2
Round Robin Challenge III
Generation Next
World Title Classic
Survival of the Fittest 2004
Reborn Completion
Death Before Dishonor II Pt. 2
Testing the Limit
Scramble Cage Melee
Midnight Express Reunion
Joe vs. Punk II
Weekend of Thunder Night 2
All Star Extravaganza II
Final Battle 2004
Third Anniversary Celebration Pt. 1
Third Anniversary Celebration Pt. 2
Third Anniversary Celebration Pt. 3
The Final Showdown
Nowhere to Run
New Frontiers
Death Before Dishonor III
Sign of Dishonor
Escape From New York
Fate of an Angel
The Homecoming
Punk: The Final Chapter
Night of the Grudges II
Dragon Gate Invasion
Glory By Honor IV
Joe vs. Kobashi
A Night of Tribute
Final Battle 2005
Hell Freezes Over
Arena Warfare
Best in the World 2006
Dragon Gate Challenge
Supercard of Honor
Better Than Our Best
The 100th Show
Ring of Homicide
In Your Face
Death Before Dishonor IV
War of the Wire II
Fight of the Century
Glory By Honor V Night 1
Glory By Honor V Night 2
Irresistible Forces
International Challenge
Final Battle 2006
Battle of the Icons
Fifth Year Festival: Philly
Fifth Year Festival: Liverpool
All Star Extravaganza III
Supercard of Honor II
Good Times, Great Memories
A Fight at the Roxbury
United We Stand
Driven 2007
Live in Tokyo
Motor City Madness 2007
Man Up
Honor Nation
Chaos at the Cow Palace
Glory By Honor VI Night 2
Rising Above 2007
Proving Ground 2008
Without Remorse
Sixth Anniversary Show
Double Feature
Dragon Gate Challenge II
Supercard of Honor III
Southern Navigation
Vendetta II
New Horizons
Fueling the Fire
Death Before Dishonor VI
Battle of the Best
Driven 2008
Ring of Homicide
Bound By Hate
All Star Extravaganza IV
Final Battle 2008
7th Anniversary Show
Supercard of Honor IV
Take No Prisoners 2009
Violent Tendencies
End of an Age
Death Before Dishonor VII Night 1
Death Before Dishonor VII Night 2
The Final Countdown Tour: Dayton
The Final Countdown Tour: Chicago
Aries vs. Richards
The Epic Encounter III
The Big Bang
Bitter Friends, Stiffer Enemies II
Supercard of Honor V
Fade to Black
All Best of's (except those listed below are also completely sold out.)

The following are sold out from ROH, but are available through Highspots:
Best of Christopher Daniels Vol. 2: Say Your Prayers
Best of Roderick Strong: Suffering is Inevitable
Best of Samoa Joe Vol. 1: ROH World Champion
Unscripted ($24.99)
All Star Extravaganza
Night of the Butcher (Original RF red box)
Final Battle 2002 (Original RF red box)
Expect the Unexpected
Night of Champions
Retribution: Round Robin Challenge II
Night of the Grudges
Reborn Stage 1
Death Before Dishonor II Pt. 1
Glory By Honor III
Weekend of Thunder Night 1
Best of American Super Juniors Tournament
Manhattan Mayhem
The Future is Now
This Means War
Steel Cage Warfare
Fourth Anniversary Show
Weekend of Champions Night 1
Weekend of Champions Night 2
How We Roll
Generation Now
Time to Man Up
Anarchy in the UK
The Epic Encounter II
Gut Check
Survival of the Fittest 2006
Motor City Madness 2006
Honor Reclaims Boston
The Bitter End
Black Friday Fallout
Fifth Year Festival: NYC
Fifth Year Festival: Chicago
Fifth Year Festival: Finale
This Means War II
Reborn Again
Respect is Earned
Live in Osaka
Race to the Top Tournament Night 2
Death Before Dishonor V Night 1
Death Before Dishonor V Night 2
Manhattan Mayhem II
Survival of the Fittest 2007
Glory By Honor VI Night 1
Reckless Abandon
Unscripted III
Final Battle 2007
Eye of the Storm
Take No Prisoners 2008
Bedlam in Beantown
A New Level
Up For Grabs
Respect is Earned II
Northern Navigation
The Tokyo Summit
Glory By Honor VII
Return of the 187
Rising Above 2008
Proving Ground 2009 Night 2
Steel City Clash
A Cut Above
The Homecoming II
Never Say Die
SoCal Showdown
Redemption is now sold out from both ROH and highspots.

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I think it sucks how ROH is selling out of all their shows and yet they don't have a way to watch any of the older ones. Very frustrating for someone that hasn't been following them for all that long and wants to order some of the older shows.

Chikarasauras Rex King of Sequel: Night 2

Makoto vs. Tsukasa Fujimoto

They seemed so happy and nice at first and then they became so violent. Kind of scary actually. Makoto has some of the most brutal looking kicks that I've seen, and when Fujimoto jumped from the top rope to the floor it was like she was a rocket. The finish was a little lackluster but the match as a whole was really enjoyable. Really fun opener.

Archibald Peck w/Veronica vs. Dasher Hatfield

Peck's promo before this match was the worst and at the same best promo ever. I found the match to be really entertaining, some good comedy with Peck hitting the ref by mistake a few times and some other nonsense. Not too long and very enjoyable from bell to bell. No complaints.

Mima Shimoda vs. Daizee Haze

Shimoda brutalized Haze at times. I thought she was going to break off her leg at one point, which with Daizee's dangerously low weight at the time seemed very possible. I'm really happy that Daizee is sorting that out right now because this is the thinnest I've ever seen her. Well back to the match now, it was pretty good with Mima just beating the shit out of Haze, who got in some sporadic offense. Surprised a lot by the ending as well. Daizee took the ass kicking like a pro, both before and after the bell.

The Spectral Envoy vs. 3.Ole!

Highly entertaining, El Generico in Chikara is always fun to see and he has good chemistry with 3.0. Their quest to determine a team captain has yet to be settled but I think they're getting closer. Another fun match with a pretty random ending. Good stuff though.

F.I.S.T. (Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano) vs. Rey Bucanero and Atlantis

The first half of the match was rather boring actually but they really picked things up for the second half of the match. It was enjoyable with a faster pace and I thought the ending was hilarious and the perfect way for Gargano and Taylor to get their thrid point. It's 5 minutes of bad and 5 minutes of good.

12 Large Summit:

Eddie Kingston vs. Jigsaw

Kingston wasted no time in going after the recently healed arm of Jigsaw. He was in complete control of the match and showed no sign of slowing down onto he dove through the ropes onto the floor and aggravated his injured leg. Following Kingston's lead Jigsaw attacked the leg as soon as he had the chance to. Decent selling from Jigsaw and great selling from Kingston. Throw in some brutal strikes and suplexes and they put on a really good match.

Mike Quackenbush and Johnny Saint vs. Colt Cabana and Johnny Kidd

Really really fun but probably should have been a few minutes shorter. It also never lost the feel of just being an exhibition unlike the match Saint and Kidd had the night before on their own. The technical stuff they did was awesome enough on its own and I was entertained throughout. It's not something that I would want to see too often because it was more of a way of showing off what they could do in the ring and how different it is but as a one time special attraction it was very cool.

12 Large Summit:

Sara Del Rey vs. Claudio Castagnoli

This was fantastic. Del Rey was perfect in the role of the underdog, I don't think I had ever seen her work a match as a pure face before and she was a natural. Claudio didn't take her seriously at during the entire match and it almost cost him quite a few times. Near the end Sara went after the arm a few times and almost made Claudio tap in the cross arm breaker but Claudio's power ended up being too much for her and it looked like he had the match won. But after pulling Sara's shoulder off the mat twice Claudio ends up costing himself the match when he Sara hits a roll up, grabs his injured arm and scores a pinfall out of nowhere. The reaction from the crowd was one of total shock. They were all rooting for her but I don't think many in the arena thought that she was actually going to win the match. Great match and after seeing it I think Sara should have been in the finals of the tournament.

Another good but not great show. Tons of different styles shown on the card and it was a pretty easy show to sit through. Night 1 was better I think but not by all that much.
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Don't fret, once I can get my masters copied onto DVDR+DLs, I'll be selling the masters. I have a LOT of these to get rid of.
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