Hopefully everyone didn’t miss this column while we were away for a week!
Overall, this was a great event that really showcased the promotion really coming together with its new roster. The highlight of the night was really Steen/Generico. While not quite as stupendous as their Final Battle 2010 contest, it was an amazing display of endurance by both men. Along with a strong showing by Alexander & Coleman as well as the three way main event, this was a solid night of wrestling action.
But not as good as night two, but more on that next week.
ROH will crown new tag team champions soon as they have lost one half of their current champions to Impact Wrestling. I plan to take a more detailed look at King in TNA and the potential teams for the ROH tournament in the near future.
We close out this installment with what has become a regular occurrence on this weekly forum: Joe Gagne’s Funtime Pro Wrestling Arcade. This week, one of the most disappointing wrestling games I ever tried… and that is saying something in the world of wrestling video games.