02nd Dec2019

‘Ring of Honor’ Review (Nov 24th 2019)

by Nathan Favel

Welcome to this week’s Ring Of Honor review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have…Martha! Why did you say that name? We’ve got some matches here, like Amber Heard nailing that dolphin from the part of Aquaman t…whoops! Damn TalkTech. Okay, let’s get to it.


Match #1: Dak Draper defeated Ryan Nova

The following is courtesy of rohwrestling.com:

Draper tried to hand Nova a participation medal before the match, which didn’t sit well with Nova, who immediately went on the offensive. Draper quickly overwhelmed Nova. Nova rallied with a flurry of kicks and a cross armbreaker, but Draper powered out and hit a power bomb. Draper finished off Nova with the Magnum Drop. Draper then presented the fallen Nova with the participation medal.

My Opinion: 2.7 out of 5 – Whatsa matta you? Catta gotcha tongue? That’s Italian for, “Welcome to my home.” This was standard fare done to standard rhythms and blah blah blah. Dak and Ryan both looked pretty good…

Match #2: (Main Event) Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll and PCO) and Dan Maff defeated Cheeseburger, Colt Cabana & Jeff Cobb – Ring Of Honor World Six-Man Tag Team Title Match

The following is courtesy of rohwrestling.com:

Cobb, Cabana and Cheeseburger were the leading vote-getters from a list of potential challengers. Maff, a two-time former ROH World Tag Team Champion making his first appearance in ROH in 14 years, was selected by ROH officials as a one-night-only replacement for Brody King, who was sidelined after suffering a knee injury on the Honor United UK tour. PCO and Maff, who would face each other at ROH Unauthorized the following night, were able to co-exist well enough for Villain Enterprises to get the victory. Maff blind-tagged himself in right before PCO hit a moonsault on Cheeseburger. PCO went for a cover, but Maff shoved him aside and hit a Burning Hammer on Cheeseburger for the win. PCO and Maff glared at each other after the match and had to be separated.

My Opinion: 3.8 out of 5 – This was good stuff. Nobody gave a bad performance and…I already reviewed this when it was on PPV, didn’t I? I don’t remember the score, but this was good. Did I review this when it was on PPV? I don’t know. This was good. Great action, big moves, Dan Maff, there you go.

Final Verdict: 3.2/5

This show wasted a lot of time, but the main event was great.


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