Ring Of Honor
Death Before Dishonor
Trenton, New Jersey
July 21st, 2023
Not an amazing opener but it was fine. Kommander not ending the match to get a big finisher spot in and that costing him the match was a great way to do this though.
2.75 / 5
This was a fun but pointless match. Dalton is over and a blast to watch with his antics. Joes run here has been fine but sort of lackluster. He doesn’t defend it a lot and it hasn’t been super interesting so its about time to change it up. Joe cheating here and then having to put up with Daltons stuff all match was the best part.
3.5 / 5
A nonstop spot and dive fest between four teams. This was exactly what you wanted and expected it to be. Hopefully Aussie will defend the belts more as new champs but this was just a lot of fun.
4 / 5
The six man tag has no real division. There aren’t many real teams and no threats. At no time did I think The Embassy would lose to a random team. There were some good spots here though.
3 / 5
This was just okay. Garcia can wrestle and getting the belt here would have been fine but he’s also just a bit too comical to always work. Shibata is a safe choice as an attraction still even if his Pure Rules matches aren’t hitting the same draw they use to.
2.5 / 5
This was a lot of fun ignoring that the story hasn’t made much sense. This was the typical 6 man hardcore spot fest. They all bled and put in some good spots and Uno really shined here. The big final ladder table spot was brutal too.
4 / 5
This was a fine match. Both guys just beat each other down as expected. The table spot was good and it had its moments just something felt off like it never truly hit its stride. Add in the awful ending and that didn’t help.
3 / 5
Shocking ending here. Good hard hitting match though just not the ending anyone expected especially after the Owen Hart finals.
3 / 5