The Lowell Memorial Auditorium hosted yet another historic night of professional wrestling as Cody Rhodes dethroned Christopher Daniels to become the ROH World Champion on Friday night. ROH’s ‘Best in the World’ was a fun pay-per-view event that your boy got to experience first-hand.
Excited fans in long lines and I mean loooong lines, encapsulated the enthusiasm people had for the show. Standing in said lines didn’t do any favors for my knee, but it was worth it thanks to Christopher Daniels.
It’s official folks, Christopher Daniels will defend the ROH World Championship against Cody Rhodes in the main event of Ring of Honor’s next pay-per-view event, Best in the World on 6/23 at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium in Lowell, MA.
This match stems from a previous encounter at last month’s War of the Worlds event where Daniels beat Cody in a triple threat match involving former champion Jay Lethal. Cody, however, argued that Lethal’s shoulders were on the mat while he had the figure four applied seconds before Daniels got the pin, making him the rightful champion.
What was supposed to be an episode of our Monday Night Raw review show, Breaking Raw, morphed into something a little different, a little familiar.The Bodyslam Podcastis back for one night only!
Gerweck.net contributor Atlee Greene along with independent wrestler Todd Graham and ring announcer Ryan Andrews provide their brand of insight and hilarity as they review Raw and breakdown the hot topics in professional wrestling.
Other topics include: Brock Lesnar‘s return to UFC, Mark Hunt, Cody Rhodes‘ chances on the independent scene and more! Click here toFEEL THE SLAM!
The showcase of the immortals is upon us once again as the 28th installment of Wrestlemania takes place this Sunday in Miami, Florida. The main course will consist of two world title matches, Hell in a Cell and the biggest professional matches to come down the pipe in years. (Column I wrote for gerweck.net)