Preview For Tonight’s Ring Of Honor 17th Anniversary Show

March 15, 2019 0 By Tim Jarrell

Tonight is the Ring Of Honor 17th Anniversary pay-per-view.

On the show, we have six matches on the card with four of the matches having a title on the line. The main event of the show will see the Ring of Honor World Championship on the line with Jay Lethal defending again The Kingdom’s Matt Taven. Also, Bandido takes on Rush and Kenny King takes on Marty Scurll and more.

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Here ROH’s preview for their website:

Rush vs Bandido

RUSH is an established star in Mexico, while Bandido is rapidly rising up the ranks there. With both of them having signed with ROH recently, it was inevitable that the supremely talented and charismatic competitors would cross paths sooner or later. It turned out to be sooner. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Kenny King vs Marty Scurll

Scurll and King haven’t crossed paths often, but it’s been enough times for them to develop an intense dislike for one another.

Their most recent encounter was in a Four Corner Survival Match that also involved Silas Young and Willie Mack at Bound By Honor in Miami on Feb. 10. Scurll appeared to have the match won when he trapped Young in the chicken wing, but the referee was distracted by King bringing a chair into the ring and did not see Young tapping. King went on to hit a low blow on Scurll behind the referee’s back, and then he rolled up Scurll and grabbed a handful of tights for the win. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Women Of Honor World Championship

“The Goddess of STARDOM” set out to stake her claim as the best professional wrestler in the world when she was announced as an entrant in the tournament to crown the inaugural Women of Honor World Championship tournament. After falling short in the semi-finals to “The Gatekeeper” Kelly Klein, Mayu returned to STARDOM and became laser-focused on winning the World Championship. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

ROH World Television Championship

Ever since Taylor pushed Cobb to the limit in a non-title match last fall, the big man from the mean streets of East Cleveland has been obsessed with getting Cobb back in the ring, but with the title on the line this time. Not only has Taylor been racking up victories, but he also has gotten Cobb’s attention by jumping him every chance he can.

ROH World Tag Team Championships

Villain Enterprises has taken ROH by storm ever since “The Villain” Marty Scurll introduced monsters PCO and King as his new associates last month. PCO and King earned the title match by winning Tag Wars last weekend, as they defeated The Kingdom’s TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia in the opening round; won a three-way match over The Bouncers and Kenny King and MVP in the semifinals; and beat LifeBlood’s Juice Robinson and David Finlay in the finals.

ROH World Championship

Ever since Lethal regained the ROH World Title in a Four Corner Survival Match in June by defeating then-champion Dalton Castle, Taven and Marty Scurll, Taven has been claiming that he is the rightful champion. He points to the fact that he had Castle pinned for eight seconds (with a handful of tights, by the way), but the referee was busy checking on Lethal, who had taken a knee to the head from Taven. The referee finally turned around to count the pin, but Castle kicked out at two. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

ROH’s 17 Anniversary show comes to us tonight at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT from Sam’s Town in Las Vegas live on HonorClub and FITE TV.