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ROH Predictably announced that the Briscoes are the first inductees into the HOF. At least 4 others will be announced in the coming weeks.



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Kenny King joined the ROH invasion faction tonight on Impact.



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Ring of Honor is proud to welcome Bryan Danielson, the embodiment of fighting spirit and technical wrestling excellence, into the inaugural class of the ROH Hall of Fame.

“The American Dragon” played a major role in establishing ROH as the Best Wrestling on the Planet, beginning with his performance in the main event on ROH’s debut show, The Era of Honor Begins, in 2002.

Whenever “The Final Countdown” blared throughout the building as Danielson made his entrance to the ring, fans knew they were about to witness a true master of his craft at work.

A superior technician, striker and submission specialist, Danielson cemented his status as the best wrestler in the sport when he won the ROH World Title in 2005. His 462-day reign as ROH World Champion is the third-longest, and he made a record 38 successful title defenses.

Danielson made history in 2006 when he defeated arch rival and ROH Pure Champion Nigel McGuinness in Liverpool, England to merge the titles. He also won the inaugural Survival of the Fittest in 2004 and main-evented ROH’s first pay-per-view in 2007.

Danielson had many impressive victories in ROH, but one of his most memorable performances came in defeat. Just over four minutes into his match against then-ROH World Champion Takeshi Morishima in 2007, Danielson suffered a detached retina as a result of the Japanese powerhouse’s clubbing blows.

Morishima targeted Danielson’s injured left eye throughout the match, but Danielson showed incredible toughness and heart and came within a fraction of a second of winning before Morishima ultimately prevailed after more than 20 dramatic minutes.

After leaving ROH in 2009, Danielson would gain world-wide fame in WWE, where he main-evented WrestleMania in 2014 before more than 75,000 fans at the Superdome in New Orleans. Danielson is currently one of the top stars in AEW.

Danielson joins the Briscoes in the inaugural ROH Hall of Fame class. More inductees will be announced in the coming weeks.

A career retrospective on Danielson will be featured on this weekend’s episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling television, and a YouTube special on Danielson drops Monday, Feb. 14 at 9 a.m. ET on ROH’s YouTube channel.

A special Hall of Fame episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling featuring all of the inductees airs on TV the weekend of March 5.



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Kriss wrote: Ring of Honor is proud to welcome Bryan Danielson, the embodiment of fighting spirit and technical wrestling excellence, into the inaugural class of the ROH Hall of Fame.

“The American Dragon” played a major role in establishing ROH as the Best Wrestling on the Planet, beginning with his performance in the main event on ROH’s debut show, The Era of Honor Begins, in 2002.

Whenever “The Final Countdown” blared throughout the building as Danielson made his entrance to the ring, fans knew they were about to witness a true master of his craft at work.

A superior technician, striker and submission specialist, Danielson cemented his status as the best wrestler in the sport when he won the ROH World Title in 2005. His 462-day reign as ROH World Champion is the third-longest, and he made a record 38 successful title defenses.

Danielson made history in 2006 when he defeated arch rival and ROH Pure Champion Nigel McGuinness in Liverpool, England to merge the titles. He also won the inaugural Survival of the Fittest in 2004 and main-evented ROH’s first pay-per-view in 2007.

Danielson had many impressive victories in ROH, but one of his most memorable performances came in defeat. Just over four minutes into his match against then-ROH World Champion Takeshi Morishima in 2007, Danielson suffered a detached retina as a result of the Japanese powerhouse’s clubbing blows.

Morishima targeted Danielson’s injured left eye throughout the match, but Danielson showed incredible toughness and heart and came within a fraction of a second of winning before Morishima ultimately prevailed after more than 20 dramatic minutes.

After leaving ROH in 2009, Danielson would gain world-wide fame in WWE, where he main-evented WrestleMania in 2014 before more than 75,000 fans at the Superdome in New Orleans. Danielson is currently one of the top stars in AEW.

Danielson joins the Briscoes in the inaugural ROH Hall of Fame class. More inductees will be announced in the coming weeks.

A career retrospective on Danielson will be featured on this weekend’s episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling television, and a YouTube special on Danielson drops Monday, Feb. 14 at 9 a.m. ET on ROH’s YouTube channel.

A special Hall of Fame episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling featuring all of the inductees airs on TV the weekend of March 5.
I would have to imagine that this means a lot to Danielson.  I wonder if they induct Punk too, as he would be thrilled.  He's always said he loved his time there, as has Danielson.



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Carey Silkin was backstage at AEW tonight and CM Punk tweeted a picture of the 2 of them together, noting they had not seen each other in person in 17 years. You have to wonder if that’s a prelude to Punk being announced as an ROH HOFer on Monday.



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Ring of Honor is proud to welcome Samoa Joe, the most dominant ROH World Champion in history, into the inaugural class of the ROH Hall of Fame.

From the first time he stepped into an ROH ring in 2002, Joe proved to be an intimidating force whose hard-hitting offense, intensity and relentlessness made him one of the sport’s most dangerous competitors.

“The Samoan Submission Machine” is arguably the most proficient American pro wrestler in the art of strong style, a form of pro wrestling popularized in Japan that emphasizes strikes and submissions.

In just his10th match in ROH, Joe captured the ROH Title in March 2003. Two months later, Joe officially elevated the championship to world title status when he successfully defended it in London, marking the first time the championship had been defended outside the United States.

Joe went on to hold the ROH World Championship for a record 645 days and make 31 successful title defenses. It’s not only the longest reign in ROH history, but at the time it was the longest world title reign in any U.S.-based pro wrestling company in 15 years.

During Joe’s historic reign, he and CM Punk engaged in an epic trilogy of matches that have become legendary. They wrestled to two 60-minute draws before Joe won their final meeting.

Six months after losing the ROH World Title, Joe won the ROH Pure Championship.

After leaving ROH in 2007, Joe won the TNA World Heavyweight Title by defeating Kurt Angle. Joe returned to ROH in 2015 for a series of matches before he departed for WWE, where he became the first two-time NXT Champion.

Joe joins the Briscoes and Bryan Danielson in the inaugural ROH Hall of Fame class. The final inductee in the 2022 class will be announced next week.

A career retrospective on Samoa Joe will be featured on this weekend’s episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling television, and a YouTube special on Joe drops Monday, Feb. 21 at 9 a.m. ET on ROH’s YouTube channel.

A special Hall of Fame episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling featuring all of the inductees airs on TV the weekend of March 5.



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Ring of Honor is proud to welcome CM Punk, one of the most charismatic and compelling performers in ROH history, into the ROH Hall of Fame.

Punk is the final member of the inaugural class, joining the Briscoes, Bryan Danielson and Samoa Joe.

Punk made his ROH debut in 2002 and experienced a meteoric rise thanks to his in-ring ability, mic skills and brash attitude. He incited fans by proclaiming that his straight edge lifestyle “means I’m better than you.”

Punk had many memorable moments in ROH, including the iconic “Summer of Punk,” which began when he won the ROH World Championship in June 2005 right after accepting a deal with WWE.

Throughout the summer, Punk taunted ROH fans by repeatedly threatening to take the ROH World Title with him to WWE. He lost the title that August.

In 2004, Punk engaged in an epic trilogy of matches with then-ROH World Champion Samoa Joe that have become legendary. They wrestled to two 60-minute draws before Joe prevailed in their final meeting.

Punk also had a heated rivalry with Raven that is regarded as one of the greatest feuds in ROH history. They waged war against each other in unforgettable dog collar and steel cage matches.

In addition to his ROH World Title reign, Punk also won the ROH World Tag Team Championship on two occasions as a member of The Second City Saints.

After leaving ROH, Punk became one of the biggest stars in the industry in WWE. He wrestled in main events against the likes of The Rock and John Cena, and his 434-day reign as WWE Champion is the sixth-longest in company history.

After stepping away from pro wrestling for more than seven years, Punk made his return last year in AEW, where he continues to be one of the promotion’s top stars.

A career retrospective on Punk will be featured on this weekend’s episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling television, and a YouTube special on Punk drops Monday, Feb. 28 at 9 a.m. ET on ROH’s YouTube channel.

A special Hall of Fame episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling featuring all of the inductees airs on TV the weekend of March 5.



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Watching the Sacrifice PPV today and very interesting that although Impact built the entire show around ROH, they never once mentioned AEW. The closest they got was during the ROH Women's title match between Deonna Purrazzo and Chelsea Green when Tom Phillips said something like "Big news for ROH this week so whoever wins this match is going to have a very busy schedule coming up." Very strange considering that Purazzo is an Impact-contracted talent who was already announced to defend the title on the ROH reboot show even before AEW announced the sale.

In other news, Taven and Bennett jobbed to Swann and Mack, and PCO beat Rhino. It appears that the members of Honor No More are all legit under Impact contracts now though, so they will not be returning to ROH.  However Maria has already tweeted at Tony Khan saying if he wants her to continue to help with the ROH Women's division, she can do so.  That's interesting.

Also, Jay White beat the returning Alex Shelley in a match based around how they were members of Search & Destroy together in ROH when White was a young boy on excursion to ROH. Shelley was billed as White's "mentor". That's a fairly obscure ROH faction that Impact made the center of a PPV match.

Notable by his absence was Jonathan Gresham, who had been defending his version of the ROH World title on most Impact shows as of late, but was not booked here.  Instead he is in Germany competing in the 16 Karat tournament.  He and Bandido are scheduled for a title unification match at the ROH reboot show, and Bandido just appeared in MLW this past week.  



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The inaugural ROH Hall of Fame class wouldn’t be complete without the inclusion of Cary Silkin.

The former ROH owner and current ambassador has taken his rightful place in the ROH Hall of Fame as the first winner of the Legacy Award, which honors those who have made a significant contribution to ROH outside the ring.

Silkin was presented the award by ROH commentator Ian Riccaboni as a surprise at the end of the special Hall of Fame episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling that aired over the weekend.

Silkin joins Jay and Mark Briscoe, Bryan Danielson, Samoa Joe, and CM Punk as the first inductees into the ROH Hall of Fame.

To say that Silkin has made a significant contribution to ROH is a massive understatement. Quite simply, there would be no ROH today if not for him.

Silkin, who became a partner in ROH not long after its inception in 2002, bought the company outright in 2004. ROH experienced significant growth under Silkin’s ownership.

After starting out as a DVD-based promotion that held shows primarily in Philadelphia, ROH expanded its reach by holding live events throughout the U.S. as well as the U.K. and Japan.

In addition, the company began producing pay-­per­-view events, entered into the TV realm via HDNet Fights, and innovated the field of iPPV as it pertained to pro wrestling.

Although ROH had a rabid fan base and produced an in-ring product that was unparalleled in the U.S., the company was losing money. Silkin kept ROH alive even though it was a financial drain on him for several years.

Silkin ensured that ROH would continue by selling it to Sinclair Broadcast Group in 2011.

He has remained with the company as an ambassador. Whenever the ROH World Title has changed hands, Silkin has presented the belt to the new champion in the ring.



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Kriss wrote: The inaugural ROH Hall of Fame class wouldn’t be complete without the inclusion of Cary Silkin.

The former ROH owner and current ambassador has taken his rightful place in the ROH Hall of Fame as the first winner of the Legacy Award, which honors those who have made a significant contribution to ROH outside the ring.

Silkin was presented the award by ROH commentator Ian Riccaboni as a surprise at the end of the special Hall of Fame episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling that aired over the weekend.

Silkin joins Jay and Mark Briscoe, Bryan Danielson, Samoa Joe, and CM Punk as the first inductees into the ROH Hall of Fame.

To say that Silkin has made a significant contribution to ROH is a massive understatement. Quite simply, there would be no ROH today if not for him.

Silkin, who became a partner in ROH not long after its inception in 2002, bought the company outright in 2004. ROH experienced significant growth under Silkin’s ownership.

After starting out as a DVD-based promotion that held shows primarily in Philadelphia, ROH expanded its reach by holding live events throughout the U.S. as well as the U.K. and Japan.

In addition, the company began producing pay-­per­-view events, entered into the TV realm via HDNet Fights, and innovated the field of iPPV as it pertained to pro wrestling.

Although ROH had a rabid fan base and produced an in-ring product that was unparalleled in the U.S., the company was losing money. Silkin kept ROH alive even though it was a financial drain on him for several years.

Silkin ensured that ROH would continue by selling it to Sinclair Broadcast Group in 2011.

He has remained with the company as an ambassador. Whenever the ROH World Title has changed hands, Silkin has presented the belt to the new champion in the ring.

I haven't watched any ROH TV since the hiatus.  Is anything worth watching?  Are these just highlight shows and they added something with Silkin at the end?  Have they mentioned AEW buying the company on TV yet?



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Impact announced that ROH Tag champions the Briscoe Bros. will face Impact Tag champions The Good Bros. Wrestlemania weekend, which I think is a legit first-time-ever dream match. Impact and ROH continue to work closely together even after the sale to AEW, and AEW was mentioned by name on the show last night when Alex Shelley referred to Jay White wrestling there too.



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As of now, Tony Khan has not assumed control of any part of ROH and will not until April 1. Some have accused him of hotshotting the announcement prematurely and causing confusion in the transition. Although it seems almost impossible for the deal to fall through, there are many details to be ironed out still.

ROH has told office staff that they are hoping to save as many jobs as possible, but to look for other work as Khan's interest in retaining them seems limited. The two sides will also have a conversation this week on how the back-end of Honor Club works and Khan will need to make a decision on whether to keep that. There are tons of other details to be discussed that have barely been broached yet.

Khan has had zero involvement with anything regarding the re-boot show at Supercard of Honor, which has had all matches announced under Sinclair ownership.  All we know is that Khan seems to want to leave the show status quo, and he will allow Shane Strickland to still compete even though he's since signed an AEW contract. This is does not mean that Strickland will wind up in ROH instead of AEW though, so it could be the first and last appearance in ROH for him and several others until Khan determines a booking direction.  The show will take place the same day Khan assumes control on April 1, so it will be a chaotic day backstage for sure.

There are still zero talents under ROH contract since everyone was released ahead of the hiatus last year.  Everyone who appears at Supercard of Honor will be paid only for the appearance and nothing is promised long-term, including Strickland, who will be paid his previously agreed-upon rate and will not wrestle under his AEW contract.

Internal sources indicate that Khan is still down on the Briscoes for Jay's homophobic tweets of a few years ago, so that could be a big problem for them as far as a future in either AEW or ROH.  Khan had many opportunities to bring them into AEW before he bought ROH, and he declined.  The Briscoes have reason to worry now about their home company no longer being an option either.  After ROH announced the hiatus, they brought in GCW's openly gay star Effy to run a brief "respect" angle with Jay.  The Briscoes wrestled Effy and AJ Gray with Jay and Effy paired almost the entire match.  It was an "only in wrestling" kind of moment where Jay beating the hell out of a gay guy was meant to prove that he WASN'T homophobic.  At the end of the match, they shook hands and hugged.  Jay put over Effy as being a tough son of a bitch and Effy publicly stated that he liked Jay and felt he has grown and just made a mistake.  The booking was clearly intended to put the homophobic tweets behind them and get the Briscoes an AEW (or WWE) deal, but it didn't work.  Khan will now have a chance to get the Tag belts off of them at Supercard of Honor if he wants to.  

Khan will also need to decide on an Undisputed ROH World champion as Jonathan Gresham will face Bandido in a lineal vs. interim tit;e vs. title match due to Bandido not being able to defend the title at Final Battle due to Covid.  ROH certainly seemed likely to go with Gresham, who has defended the title proudly in Impact and elsewhere since ROH went on hiatus, and Bandido is based in Mexico which can make bookings more difficult.  But no one knows what Khan is thinking.  Gresham could still wind up with his wife in Impact, meaning they’d have to have him lose. Bandido has a past with AEW dating to All In, the show that is part of the ROH tape library that Khan just bought but really started AEW.

Then there's the AEW Women's title, currently held by Impact wrestler Deonna Purazzo.  There is no chance to sign her to a deal and AEW and Impact are no longer working closely together, so you'd think Khan would need to get the belt off of her too at Supercard of Honor.



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srossi wrote: As of now, Tony Khan has not assumed control of any part of ROH and will not until April 1. Some have accused him of hotshotting the announcement prematurely and causing confusion in the transition. Although it seems almost impossible for the deal to fall through, there are many details to be ironed out still.

ROH has told office staff that they are hoping to save as many jobs as possible, but to look for other work as Khan's interest in retaining them seems limited. The two sides will also have a conversation this week on how the back-end of Honor Club works and Khan will need to make a decision on whether to keep that. There are tons of other details to be discussed that have barely been broached yet.

Khan has had zero involvement with anything regarding the re-boot show at Supercard of Honor, which has had all matches announced under Sinclair ownership.  All we know is that Khan seems to want to leave the show status quo, and he will allow Shane Strickland to still compete even though he's since signed an AEW contract. This is does not mean that Strickland will wind up in ROH instead of AEW though, so it could be the first and last appearance in ROH for him and several others until Khan determines a booking direction.  The show will take place the same day Khan assumes control on April 1, so it will be a chaotic day backstage for sure.

There are still zero talents under ROH contract since everyone was released ahead of the hiatus last year.  Everyone who appears at Supercard of Honor will be paid only for the appearance and nothing is promised long-term, including Strickland, who will be paid his previously agreed-upon rate and will not wrestle under his AEW contract.

Internal sources indicate that Khan is still down on the Briscoes for Jay's homophobic tweets of a few years ago, so that could be a big problem for them as far as a future in either AEW or ROH.  Khan had many opportunities to bring them into AEW before he bought ROH, and he declined.  The Briscoes have reason to worry now about their home company no longer being an option either.  After ROH announced the hiatus, they brought in GCW's openly gay star Effy to run a brief "respect" angle with Jay.  The Briscoes wrestled Effy and AJ Gray with Jay and Effy paired almost the entire match.  It was an "only in wrestling" kind of moment where Jay beating the hell out of a gay guy was meant to prove that he WASN'T homophobic.  At the end of the match, they shook hands and hugged.  Jay put over Effy as being a tough son of a bitch and Effy publicly stated that he liked Jay and felt he has grown and just made a mistake.  The booking was clearly intended to put the homophobic tweets behind them and get the Briscoes an AEW (or WWE) deal, but it didn't work.  Khan will now have a chance to get the Tag belts off of them at Supercard of Honor if he wants to.  

Khan will also need to decide on an Undisputed ROH World champion as Jonathan Gresham will face Bandido in a lineal vs. interim tit;e vs. title match due to Bandido not being able to defend the title at Final Battle due to Covid.  ROH certainly seemed likely to go with Gresham, who has defended the title proudly in Impact and elsewhere since ROH went on hiatus, and Bandido is based in Mexico which can make bookings more difficult.  But no one knows what Khan is thinking.  Gresham could still wind up with his wife in Impact, meaning they’d have to have him lose. Bandido has a past with AEW dating to All In, the show that is part of the ROH tape library that Khan just bought but really started AEW.

Then there's the AEW Women's title, currently held by Impact wrestler Deonna Purazzo.  There is no chance to sign her to a deal and AEW and Impact are no longer working closely together, so you'd think Khan would need to get the belt off of her too at Supercard of Honor.

The Briscoes were on the Battleground podcast to once again apologize for the homophobic tweet. 

Jay: “I want to say, thank you to the people who really know. We get labeled as homophobes. I put out a stupid tweet nine years ago, the most dumbest, immature, obnoxious shit I’ve ever done. I don’t want anybody, from any walk of life, to feel like they can’t care for the Briscoes because I promise we love everybody. We love everybody and we just want to go out there and be pro wrestlers and give the best match that we can. I said some dumb shit a long time ago, I apologized for it and I’ll apologize for it again. It was stupid.”

Mark also jumped in: “We thought we were taking a stand for the Lord. We were immature then and now realize the Lord has love for everybody. Everyone is welcome in the Kingdom of God.”



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There was a story that someone at Warner nixed the Briscoes appearing on AEW TV because of all this.



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I had to look up the original comment because it's been so long, but it's actually one of the worse ones as far as Cancel Culture goes. Delaware had just passed a same sex marriage bill and Jay sarcastically tweeted "Congratulations" but said if anyone tries to teach his kids that's OK he would shoot them. So yeah, it's not like he used the wrong pronoun, it was not a good look.



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