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Ring Of Honor: Supercard Of Honor XII (SPOILERS)

  • 03-04-2018 4:21pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 48,990 ✭✭✭✭


    Wrestlemania isn't the only big show in New Orleans at the weekend.

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    Matches for Supercard Of Honor XII are as follows, in order of how I think they'll go on the night.

    Women Of Honor Championship semi-final 1
    Kelly Klein vs Maya Iwatani

    Women Of Honor Championship semi-final 2
    Tenille Dashwood vs Sumie Sakai

    Punishment Martinez vs Tomohiro Ishii

    Adam Page vs Kota Ibushi

    ROH World Tag-team Championship
    The Briscoes (c) vs Jay Lethal and Hiroshi Tanahashi

    ROH World Six-man Championship
    SoCal Uncensored (c) vs The Young Bucks and Flip Gordon

    ROH TV championship (Last Man Standing match)
    Kenny King (c) vs Silas Young

    Cody vs Kenny Omega

    ROH World Championship
    Dalton Castle (champion) vs Marty Scurll

    01.30am Sunday morning.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 8,689 ✭✭✭sky88


    why is flip teaming with the bucks havent been following any storyline other than cody/kenny


  • Registered Users Posts: 48,990 ✭✭✭✭Lithium93_


    sky88 wrote: »
    why is flip teaming with the bucks havent been following any storyline other than cody/kenny

    Quick Google search shows and says that they've been aligned on ROH TV for a while, and that The Kingdom have been "banned" from competing at the event.


  • Registered Users Posts: 8,689 ✭✭✭sky88


    ill probaley catch this later in the week as same time as takeover but should be an interesting show


  • Registered Users Posts: 242 ✭✭Ali Bomaye


    Really great card, just a pity it's clashing with Takeover. For anyone thinking of paying for this, it's been streamed live on Honor Club ($9.99 per month) at no extra charge, whereas it's $25 on Fite.tv.


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    Ali Bomaye wrote: »
    Really great card, just a pity it's clashing with Takeover. For anyone thinking of paying for this, it's been streamed live on Honor Club ($9.99 per month) at no extra charge, whereas it's $25 on Fite.tv.

    Don't you not have to pay for Honor club up front for the year to get the PPVs or have they changed that?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 242 ✭✭Ali Bomaye


    Don't you not have to pay for Honor club up front for the year to get the PPVs or have they changed that?

    Yeah I think you're right, the monthly sub only gives 50% off PPVs. However SuperCard is listed as a live event, not a PPV, so there's no extra charge.


  • Registered Users Posts: 28,784 ✭✭✭✭CastorTroy


    So when will the women's final be?


  • Registered Users Posts: 242 ✭✭Ali Bomaye


    CastorTroy wrote: »
    So when will the women's final be?

    Women's final is on this show. Semi-finals on the pre show.


  • Registered Users Posts: 242 ✭✭Ali Bomaye


    Complete sell out for this. Think the figure is 5,843 tickets sold. Omega vs Cody should be great. I've gone from not liking Cody's matches to really admiring his heel work over the last few months. Expect him to get booed out of the building. ROH tweeted saying he'd have a police escort to the ring for his entrance, which sounds pretty cool.


  • Registered Users Posts: 48,990 ✭✭✭✭Lithium93_


    Well that was quiet the fantastic show. Between it & NXT TakeOver: New Orleans. Spoiler tagged results..
    Sumie Sukai and Kelly Klein advance to Finals of the Women of Honor Championship Tournament with wins over Tenille Dashwood and Mayu Iwatani (respectively) on the pre-show. They’ll battle for the title on the main card.

    Chuckie T def. Jonathan Gresham via pinfall following a roll-up

    Punishment Martinez def. Tomohiro Ishii via pinfall after a back-and-forth striking exchange and a South of Heaven chokeslam

    Kota Ibushi def. Adam Page via pinfall following a German Suplex and knee strike

    Sumie Sukai def. Kelly Klein to become the first-ever Women of Honor Champion

    SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) def. The Young Bucks and Flip Gordon to retain the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Titles in a ladder match which featured a long run-in by The Kingdom; the end came when Daniels pushed a ladder with Matt on it over the edge, dropping an elbow on a Kingdom guy as he went through a table on the floor.

    The Briscoes def. Jay Lethal and Hiroshi Tanahashi via pinfall following a Doomdsay Device to retain their ROH World Tag Team Titles

    Austin Aries shows up with his title belts before the TV Championship, saying he still hasn’t heard from King and Young after his challenge at 16th Anniversary. He’s going to help out at commentary so he can find out when he’ll get his shot from the winner after their Last Man Standing Match.

    Silas Young def. Kenny King in a Last Man Standing match to win the World Television Championship; Aries runs in to save Kenny from an attack by Young and Beer City Bruiser

    Bully Ray angle, turning on Cheeseburger after they teamed up against The Dawgs. More here.

    Cody def. Kenny Omega after The Young Bucks try to Superkick Rhodes and inadvertantly hit Omega. They try to apologize afterwards, but Kenny pushes them away.

    Dalton Castle def. Marty Scurll to retain the ROH World Championship via pinfall following Bang-A-Rang; long match which included NWA Champ Nick Aldis slipping Scurll some scissors to expose a turnbuckle, and a spot where Marty tried to use powder to blind Castle but got it kicked into his own face, leading to him accidently breaking referee Todd Sinclair’s fingers and Sinclair being unable to count a pin as a result when Dalton hit his finisher the first time.

    Much like NJPW, think I'll have to invest in a ROH sub.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 28,784 ✭✭✭✭CastorTroy


    The way Bully Ray put on his ring said the name and left, i wonder if that was him leaving the company. It was well done and if he's staying, i wonder how there'll be any payoff.

    The women's match seemed like the ending was messed up somehow. I would not recognise Daffney at all.

    I was expecting the Golden Lovers results to be the other way round. I'd say Omega will get the win back in NJPW.

    I was thinking Scurll should've just left what he was looking for but I understood then when it was part of a longish sequence.

    Crowd seemed really dead in parts


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,237 ✭✭✭twin_beacon


    Looking forward to watching this, I'll finish watching takeover and mania first though. Great cart for supercard of honor, looking forward to watching it.


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