- Jay Briscoe and Alberto el Patron go one-on-one.
- Mark Briscoe wins the ROH Television Championship.
- ROH creates a championship for the Women of Honor.
- ROH has more matches that feature the Women of Honor.
- Jay Lethal quits The House of Truth.
- Tommaso Ciampa and Michael Elgin see the error of their ways.
- Moose quits The Embassy.
- Raymond Rowe returns to action.
- War Machine (Hanson & Raymond Rowe) wins the ROH Tag Team Championship.
- AJ Styles and Alberto el Patron go one-on-one.
On this edition of ROH TV, announcer and wrestler Veda Scott, still pissed about MsChif spitting green mist into her face a few weeks ago on ROH TV, challenged MsChif to a match. Speaking of MsChif, she went one-on-one with Cherry Bomb. At first, I thought that maybe Veda Scott had turned heel a few weeks ago; however, after seeing her use some underhanded tactics during the match, I’m thinking it’s MsChif who has turned heel. As for the ending result of the match, while the referee had his back turned, Veda Scott came out and snapped MsChif’s neck off the rope ring rope; this allowed Cherry Bomb to capitalize and finish off MsChif to get the victory. The only question that remains is whether or not MsChif will accept Veda’s challenge. Personally, I hope so because I’ve never seen Veda in an official wrestling match before. Also, ROH Match Maker Nigel McGuinness decided to make the ROH Championship match between The Briscoe Brothers, Jay being the champion and Mark being the challenger, happen and it will take place at the upcoming Best In the World 2013 I-PPV event. While I am a fan of both of The Briscoe Brothers, …
On this edition of ROH TV, Prince Nana auditions for a commentator’s spot next to Kevin Kelly by calling the action alongside Kevin throughout the evening. In a match between the Women of Honor, MsChif went one-on-one with a newcomer making her ROH debut. Unfortunately, I cannot remember her name at this time. Anyway, at one point during the match, announcer Veda Scott actually comes out and starts getting into a brawl with MsChif, leading to a disqualification win for her. It was two weeks ago on ROH TV that Veda attempted to interview MsChif after she had lost her match. After one last attempt, MsChif shockingly spits green mist into Veda’s face, letting her emotions get the better of her. Just when we all thought it was water under the bridge for these two, it would appear that we were wrong. I am going to say that Veda Scott has turned heel unless proven otherwise. Finally, before the main event match between one-half of The American Wolves Davey Richards (accompanied by the other half of The American Wolves Eddie Edwards) and ROH Tag Team Champion and one-half of reDRagon Kyle O’Reilly (accompanied by ROH Tag Team Champion and the …
- April 7, 2013
On this week’s edition of ROH TV, S.C.U.M. was banned from the arena. Also, while Veda Scott was interviewing MsChif about her upcoming Four-Corners Match against “Wrestling Goddess” Athena, the debuting Cherry Bomb, and a mystery participant, Truth Martini, accompanied by one half of The Hoopla Hotties, Scarlett Bordeaux, walks in and offers MsChif to become part of The Hoopla Hotties. MsChif bluntly rejects Truth and it is then revealed that Scarlett is the fourth participant in the four-corners match. MsChif had been undefeated since making her return to ROH, until Athena got the victory in the four-corners match. After the match, Veda Scott attempted to interview MsChif about the match. The first couple of times, there was no comment from MsChif. When Veda made one last attempt, MsChif shocked everybody when she spit green mist into Veda’s face. This was definitely uncharacteristic of MsChif and I’m gonna say that she has turned heel unless proven otherwise. Finally, in the main event, it was ROH Tag Team Champions reDRagon defending against The Forever Hooligans. It was back-and-forth action between the two teams, but in the end, reDRagon ended up getting the victory and retaining their championships to end the program.…
The Rule of a Kiss My Foot Match is that the loser of the match must kiss the winner’s feet. Throughout wrestling history, WWE has had two Kiss My Foot Matches that featured the men, but have never had any between the women. However, there was one Kiss My Foot Match between the women that took place at WWE’s Developmental Territory in late 2007, but it was kind of only one-sided because only one of the women in the match had the opportunity of getting her feet kissed by her opponent. When the men have Kiss My Foot Matches, it’s a pretty disturbing sight, but if the women had them, the sight would be much better. Bottom line, I think there should be more Kiss My Foot Matches between the women in any wrestling company.…