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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

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ROH: Death Before Dishonor 2015 Preview

Live from Baltimore, MD, there will be an iPPV on July 24th(this Friday) taking place. Ring of Honor has managed to put on some of the best events possible this year and I am certain that this one will be no different. There are 7 matches announced so far, all of which may look a bit weak on paper, but when you take into consideration the drive and hunger of every guy, this card will no doubt turn out to be a great one.

Match 1
Will Ferrara vs "Last Real Man" Silas Young

-This match is going to be interesting. Will was a part of the Top Prospect tournament, and Silas is... well he's Silas. There isn't much to say on that end, but I expect this match to go about 6 to 7 minutes, with Silas picking up a victory here. I do see a bright for Will Ferrara in ROH regardless. The guy has a lot of talent.

Winner: Silas Young

Match 2
Adam Cole vs Dalton Castle

-Is there any wrestler on the planet that's on the rise more than Dalton Castle? Is there any wrestler on this planet who is better than Adam Cole? While both of these answers are debatable, this match is one I have been looking forward to since I saw Dalton live at the last ROH event in Baltimore. This is really too close to call, but knowing ROH, they will have Cole go over, as the new upstarts who end up huge usually lose their first few big matches before taking over down the line. I expect this match to get a good amount of time, going about 16 minutes. This could easily be a leading candidate for Match of The Night.

Winner: Adam Cole

Match 3
Moose w/ Stokley Hathaway vs Cedric Alexander w/ Veda Scott

-Now, personally, everyone knows that Cedric is one of my favorite wrestlers. I have enjoyed his recent change in ROH and I hope this continues to a title run. With that being said, Cedric already owns a victory over Moose, as he was the man to break his undefeated streak. Anytime that occurs and a rematch is booked, it usually means the guy who lost before gets his win back(fuck you WWE, Lesnar, Taker, Summerslam, and Kevin Dunn, just cause). I expect Cedric to kill it in the ring with another great performance, but Moose will very likely pick up the victory here, much to my chagrin.

Winner: Moose

Match 4
The Briscoes vs RPG Vice(Trent and Romero)

-I personally don't have a big interest in this match. The Briscoes are in tag action here, and while this is sure to be a pretty good match, I am not as interested in this one as the others. I expect this match to go about 11 to 13 minutes, with The Briscoes picking up the victory. With Jay recently losing the belt to Lethal, I can't see ROH having the Briscoes lose here, unless they are setting something else up major for the future involving a heel turn with one of them. Otherwise, the Briscoes go over.

Winner: The Briscoes

Match 5
ACH vs Adam Cole

-As you all know, ACH is one of my favorite wrestlers as well. I have watched this brother rise up to become a pretty big attraction for the company, taking guys like Samoa Joe, AJ Styles, Alberto El Patron and more. This match is the result of The Decade's seething jealousy against ACH, and this bout will be no disqualification, allowing both men to go crazy and fuck each other up. I think we will see a more aggressive ACH in this match, and while the Decade will interfere likely, I have ACH going over here. I may be a little bias, but ACH goes over here brother.

Winner: ACH

Match 6
Fatal 4 Way For The ROH Tag Team Championship
The Addiction vs War Machine vs The Kingdom vs reDRagon 

-This is a match that is way too close to call. These are four amazing teams, all building momentum, going into this huge match. This is my front runner candidate for match of the night and I expect it to be given at least 19-21 minutes. I want to go out on a limb and give this to reDRagon, as they are my favorite tag team in ROH and I see The Addiction's run coming to an end.

Winner: reDRagon

Match 7
ROH World Championship Match
Jay Lethal vs Roderick Strong

-This main event will be absolutely great, but it's very obvious what the outcome will be. Jay Lethal just got the belt and while a Roddy title win would be cool, as he is on a roll, but so is Lethal. Jay picks up the victory in a hard-fought battle, that goes about 22 minutes and retains his title.

Winner: Jay Lethal

This iPPV will be a great display of amazing ROH talent, and I believe I will be in attendance, so I am extremely stoked for it. Make sure you watch it or attend it as well!



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