Things have been busy around these here parts, but no complaints, as busy is always welcomed. I trust that you are all doing well and having been keeping up with all the action and chaos that has been taking place in ROH? It is without a doubt the most interesting time that I personally have ever seen for Ring Of Honor. If you have been watching the weekly ROH TV show you know what I am talking about, if you haven't been what are you waiting for?
To get it out of the way before I forget, due to the amount of traveling that I've been doing as of late my blog has become a bit of a thing that could drop at any point during the week. I used to have myself on a set schedule, but sometimes things get away from you. The long and short of it is to keep checking back at http://www.ROHWrestling.com, at various points during the week because you never know when it might pop up. C'mon, it's worth it right?
All apologies, this week's blog is a tad bit late due in part to the fact that I was traveling to and from Baltimore for this past weekend's ROH TV taping. What an awesome night, meeting fellow ROH fans paired with a great night of wrestling and excitement = a slam dunk. Trust me, once you see these matches on the upcoming ROH weekly TV show, you'll want to kick your own ass for not being there in person to witness the event live.
This past Saturday night was a certainly a night to remember as ROH made it's triumphant return to Wisconsin and it's debut at Milwaukee's historic Turner Hall Ballroom. From top to bottom everything was pitch perfect. The show, the crowd, the building... it's an amazing thing when everything comes together. It was the type of night that makes the ROH LIVE Experience a must see!.
Greetings, Hope everyone had a great 4th of July. Went and saw the new Spiderman movie, very awesome indeed. Would love to explore the idea of the whole fireworks thing, but it's just too friggin' hot to the tune of 105 degrees where I currently sit. I would like to use this week's blog to address a couple of things that I have read recently.
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