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New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by cero2k » Aug 29th, '16, 16:29

why they thought that a new title was necessary beats me, i'm guessing woman's



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Re: New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by Big Red Machine » Aug 29th, '16, 17:35

cero2k wrote:
why they thought that a new title was necessary beats me, i'm guessing woman's
My guess as well. What a waste of time, money, and attention.
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Re: New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by cero2k » Aug 30th, '16, 12:12

New titles are Trios titles. here's the article.
Six-man tag team matches have been a highlight of Ring of Honor events for years, and now competitors in those bouts will have something to fight for other than pride and the winner’s share of the purse.

The inaugural ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions will be crowned in an eight-team tournament that begins at the end of September. This will be the first time in six years that ROH has created a new title.

Teams expected to compete in the tournament include: Bullet Club, The Cabinet (Rhett Titus, Kenny King and Caprice Coleman) and the current World Tag Team Champions The Addiction (Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian) and Kamaitachi.

Six-man matches are a staple of Lucha Libre (where they are referred as trios matches), and with ROH’s recent partnership with Mexico’s CMLL promotion, the timing couldn’t be better for ROH to introduce a six-man tag title.

New Japan Pro-Wrestling, also a partner of ROH, introduced the NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Championship this past January with a tournament that was won by The Briscoes and Toru Yano.

ROH’s new championship will mark the first time a major U.S.-based promotion has had a six-man tag team title in nearly 30 years.

Roy McClarity, Pat O'Connor & Yukon Eric were the first NWA 6-Man Champions crowned over 60 years ago. In the ‘80s, the NWA created a six-man tag title that was held by the likes of Dusty Rhodes and The Road Warriors, and in World Class Championship Wrestling, the legendary feud between The Freebirds and The Von Erichs often revolved around that promotion’s six-man tag title.

The tournament gets underway at All Star Extravaganza weekend in Lowell, MA on Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st, and continues on Oct. 29th in Baltimore.

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Re: New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by cero2k » Aug 30th, '16, 12:17

soo

Remember last year when they legit had a bunch of natural trios with the Bullet Club, KRD, House of Truth, The Kingdom, Decade, that would have been an awesome tournament.

now, all the teams are makeshift, the only legit trio is the BC.

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Post by Big Red Machine » Aug 31st, '16, 00:29

cero2k wrote:soo

Remember last year when they legit had a bunch of natural trios with the Bullet Club, KRD, House of Truth, The Kingdom, Decade, that would have been an awesome tournament.

now, all the teams are makeshift, the only legit trio is the BC.
Yup.
And you'd think they would have learned from New Japan's mistake, but of course not. Trios Tournament is a legit thing in ROH and is a great booking tool to set up stories at least for the winners, if not others as well. This is just a meaningless championship.
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Re: New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by cero2k » Aug 31st, '16, 09:18

i miss when ROH wasn't NJPW's little brother

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Post by Big Red Machine » Aug 31st, '16, 14:47

cero2k wrote:i miss when ROH wasn't NJPW's little brother
New Japan's little brother or not, just miss when the booking was competent.
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Re: New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by cero2k » Sep 8th, '16, 17:17

CMLL has announced their team, and it's....

Ultimo Guerrero, Okumura, and Hechicero,

talk about lackluster. Okumura needs to retire

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cero2k wrote:CMLL has announced their team, and it's....

Ultimo Guerrero, Okumura, and Hechicero,

talk about lackluster. Okumura needs to retire
Speculation is that they are in here to job to Addiction/Kamaitachi in the first round. It's a fine way to both get CMLL involved and.. well.. they're more bodies, and this tournament does need bodies.
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Re: New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by cero2k » Sep 8th, '16, 21:39

Big Red Machine wrote:
cero2k wrote:CMLL has announced their team, and it's....

Ultimo Guerrero, Okumura, and Hechicero,

talk about lackluster. Okumura needs to retire
Speculation is that they are in here to job to Addiction/Kamaitachi in the first round. It's a fine way to both get CMLL involved and.. well.. they're more bodies, and this tournament does need bodies.
i get that, but at the same time, you should bring guys that will make you wishing they come back, bring some young guys that will fly like crazy, they don't have to be big names

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Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 8th, '16, 23:02

cero2k wrote:
Big Red Machine wrote:
cero2k wrote:CMLL has announced their team, and it's....

Ultimo Guerrero, Okumura, and Hechicero,

talk about lackluster. Okumura needs to retire
Speculation is that they are in here to job to Addiction/Kamaitachi in the first round. It's a fine way to both get CMLL involved and.. well.. they're more bodies, and this tournament does need bodies.
i get that, but at the same time, you should bring guys that will make you wishing they come back, bring some young guys that will fly like crazy, they don't have to be big names
They're already bringing in Dragon Lee for the PPV, and I'm sure we'll see Volador Jr. at some point, and probably Caristico, too.
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Re: New World Title revealed tomorrow

Post by cero2k » Sep 9th, '16, 09:29

Big Red Machine wrote: They're already bringing in Dragon Lee for the PPV, and I'm sure we'll see Volador Jr. at some point, and probably Caristico, too.
there you go, bring a team of Dragon Lee, Caristico, and Stuka and have Stuka take the pin. It's like when they brought the Dragon Gate ones, they didn't bring old timers that could barely hang

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Post by Big Red Machine » Sep 9th, '16, 11:53

cero2k wrote:
Big Red Machine wrote: They're already bringing in Dragon Lee for the PPV, and I'm sure we'll see Volador Jr. at some point, and probably Caristico, too.
there you go, bring a team of Dragon Lee, Caristico, and Stuka and have Stuka take the pin. It's like when they brought the Dragon Gate ones, they didn't bring old timers that could barely hang
Because Guerero is something of a name, Lee is almost certainly going to lose his first match anyway so he's not the best choice, Caristico doesn't like losing and is probably more expensive than this spot warrants, and Stuka Jr. was unimpressive in his first appearance. They brought in some guys who will do their thing competently and lose. It's not a PPV spot or anything so I'm not worried about it.
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www.ROHWrestling.com wrote: The tournament begins Friday, September 30th at ROH's ASE 8 Live on Pay Per View
The worldwide partnership between CMLL, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, and Ring of Honor takes center stage in the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship Tournament! The tournament to crown the first champions kicks off LIVE on Pay-Per-View on Friday, September 30 at All Star Extravaganza. Five teams have already been announced, with rising stars and legends stepping forward to stake their claim as the very first to hold the championships!

The sixth team to enter looks to add to their championship collection by entering the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship tournament!

Bullet Club is as revered as they are feared worldwide. With a reach spanning across organizations and defying traditional boundaries, Bullet Club, led by ROH World Champion Adam Cole, has dictated if not controlled the direction of Ring of Honor since hijacking the Global Wars Pay-Per-View.

ROH Matchmaker Nigel McGuinness has conceded that he has not stopped or suspended Bullet Club because the group makes ROH too much money and attracts too many fans. The rebellious group finds itself adorned in gold: Cole holds the ROH World Championship and the Young Bucks are the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Champions with an opportunity to win the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Championships. Now, with Kenny Omega, Guerrillas of Destiny, Hangman Page, and Takahashi having competed in ROH rings in 2016, Bullet Club has their sights set on one more championship.

But which Bullet Club will fans see in the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship Tournament? Because of their influence, popularity, and unpredictability, McGuinness has allowed Bullet Club to sign a blank contract, allowing them to enter the tournament without needing to identify which three Bullet Club members will compete!

The trio possibilities are endless and intriguing. A team of Guerrillas of Destiny and Takahashi would pack an international power and immediately be among the favorites. Would the World Champion insert himself in the tournament to add to his collection, potentially teaming with Page and Omega?

And it is no secret that Omega and the Young Bucks have made six-man challenges that have pushed the boundaries of professional wrestling as we know it - the trio that has bonded like brothers in Japan finds themselves among the elite trios of the sport and would instantly be the favorites to walk away with the gold. Or will we see a Bullet Club member not yet seen in ROH?

Stay tuned to ROHWrestling.com for the latest on the ROH World Six Man Tag Team Championship tournament trios and matches

Bullet Club have dominated the professional wrestling world and have opportunity to assess the landscape and choose their trio after brackets are announce.

Who will represent Bullet Club? Keep it locked here to find out!

The tournament kicks off LIVE on Pay-Per-View on Friday Septemer 30, 2016 at All-Star Extravaganza VIII with the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Champions the Briscoes and Toru Yano teaming up to face ACH, Lio Rush, and Jay White!

Limited tickets remain but if you’re not in the Boston area, you can see the Best Wrestling on the Planet LIVE on ROHWrestling.com, the FiteTV app, the Playstation Network, and all major providers!

Can we please avoid using words like "rebellious" when talking about Bullet Club? "Rebellious" is a babyface adjective.
Also, am I the only one who thinks it makes Nigel look like a sellout every time they bring up that he hasn't suspended them because they make ROH a lot of money? Also, just that sentence alone makes it seem like they deserve to be punished but Nigel can't do anything about it... and yet the crux of this article is Nigel doing the opposite of punishing them: he's giving them special treatment! WHY? It really feels like they're doing everything they can to make Bullet Club come off like these exciting babyfaces (they're "rebellious" and now all of the excitement is on who their team will be [and there needs to be some surprise, otherwise the mystery aspect is pointless, so my guess is either Omega, someone turning to join them, or someone who hasn't been to ROH yet like Fale]).
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