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  1. Ring Of Honor The Battle Lines Are Drawn January 10, 2004 Wilmington, OH No review yet. Pure Rules: Alex Shelley vs Matt Stryker HWA Heavyweight Title: Nigel McGuinness (c) vs Cody Hawk Chris Sabin vs Jimmy Jacobs Four Corner Survival: Caprice Coleman vs Jimmy Rave vs Rainman vs Todd Sexton AJ Styles vs Homicide Mike Mondo vs Seth Skyfire Eight Man Scramble: Special K (Dixie, Hydro, Joey Matthews & Slim J) vs DeVito, Loc, Dunn & Marcos ROH Tag Titles: The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe & Mark Briscoe) (c) vs Bryan Danielson & Samoa Joe The Prophecy (BJ Whitmer, Christopher Daniels & Dan Maff) vs The Second City Saints (Ace Steel, CM Punk & Colt Cabana) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  2. What a fantastic match! The false finishes were incredible, among the best I've ever seen. I love the looonnnnggg tease of Hansen touching the fourth corner, which made Colon breaking his momentum quite the great moment in wrestling drama. I also liked how they for the most part stayed in close proximity to each other, which made all the strikes more palpable. ****1/2
  3. This is booked like your standard OZ Academy match, which has a lot of brawling and interference. Still, these are two get the most out of this all things considered. In fact, Kato is really underrated as her matches usually have good selling and pacing. Mio Shirai works as a heel ref as she isn't clearly bias towards the heels throughout the match. Even though the overbooking weights the match down it's still an effective main event title match. ***1/2
  4. Match Link Really fun vets vs. rookies match. Neat dynamic with the rookies as Watanabe is 15 but has close to two years experience while Kyouna is 24 but just debuted last November. Momo isn't the flashiest or most charismatic worker but she shows enough pluckiness in her work to get the crowd behind her. Jungle has a nice power moveset and amazing ring presence for someone with such little experience. Thunder Rock do a terrific job of setting up the rookies as underdogs then putting them over just enough to make you think that they have a chance at winning. Fun touch at the finish as Io hits a Hojo-style elbow for the win to lead up to their upcoming title match. *** 3/4
  5. Match Link This is quite the rockin' tag match. It goes 20 minutes but the pace is really well done. Its pretty action packed but still lets the action breathe which you typically don't see in joshi tags. Everyone here turns in a really good performance which is promising for upcoming matches. ****
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