Ring of Honor will head back to the pay-per-view stage. They’re combining with New Japan Pro Wrestling to put on ROH War of the Worlds 2017 — a show these two companies have teamed up for over the past few years. This will take place at the Manhattan Center’s Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, NY.

    War of the Worlds 2017 | Date: May 12, 2017
    Arena: Hammerstein Ballroom – Location: New York, New York

    Four-Corner Survival match:
    KUSHIDA vs. Dalton Castle vs. Silas Young vs. Bobby Fish

    Chaotic combat, with bodies constantly jumping around the ring, with none of the four safe. Triumph ended up in favor of Dalton Castle, after a Bang-A-Rang .

    Winner : Dalton Castle
    Rating : 6.5/10

    War of the Worlds 2017: Frankie Kazarian vs. “Hangman” Adam Page

    Authentic grudge match that started with a Suicide Dive by Kazarian. From one side to the other, there was a fight in which each fighter showed an enormous desire to hurt the opponent, without looking at the means.

    Despite all the aggressiveness, Hangman Page ended up winning through a pinfall in which he used the ropes to support himself, without any high-impact blow preceding the landing.

    Winner : “Hangman” Adam Page
    Grade : 6/10

    Search and Destroy (Jonathan Gresham and Chris Sabin)
    vs. Los Ingobernables De Japon (SANADA and EVIL)
    vs. War Machine (Raymond Rowe and Hanson)

    Combat that involved the contrasting styles of the three teams, which promoted spots for all tastes. In another quick fight, like the previous two, War Machine ended up winning after a double team in Chris Sabin.

    Winners : War Machine (Raymond Rowe and Hanson)
    Rating : 6.5/10

    War of the Worlds 2017: Jay White vs. Will Ospreay

    Start of combat at full gas, with the exchange of strikes and a frantic pace. That turned out to be a bit of the tune of the whole duel, in a show that greatly pleased the fans, not least due to the athletic and technical capacity demonstrated. After several incredible reverses and high-impact strikes, the victory ended up smiling to Will Ospreay, after an OsCutter .

    Winner : Will Ospreay
    Rating : 7.5/10

    No DQ match for the ROH World 6-Man Tag Team Championship:
    Bully Ray & The Briscoes (Mark and Jay Briscoe) (c)
    vs. CHAOS (Hirooki Goto and Roppongi Vice [Beretta & Rocky Romero])

    Chaotic combat, due to the high number of fighters involved and the stipulation, which invited objects to enter the ring, namely chairs. Despite the more extremist profile suggesting a better adaptation to combat, Bully Ray and the Briscoes felt great difficulties, since they were under CHAOS’ control for most of the time.

    In the final stretch, however, the champions turned around and introduced a table to the show, under chants from ECW. Bully Ray planted Beretta on her and, along with the Briscoes, 3Ded Rocky Romero to secure the win.

    Winners : Bully Ray & The Briscoes (Mark and Jay Briscoe)
    Rating : 8/10

    ROH World Television Championship:
    Marty Scurll (c) vs. Matt Sydal

    The technicality and calculation of Marty Scurll against the speed and agility of Matt Sydal, in an entertaining combat and full of beautifully executed blows. It turned out to be the champion to get the upper hand, as he made the top contender via Chickenwing , after putting his knees in the way of a Shooting Star Press .

    Winner : Marty Scurll
    Rating : 7.5/10

    ROH World Tag Team Championship:
    The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) (c)
    vs. Los Ingobernables De Japon (BUSHI and Tetsuya Naito)

    Another very entertaining fight, as expected. Between flights, spectacular blows, Superkicks and a lot of emotion, the Young Bucks reached triumph after a Meltzer Driver .

    Winners : The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson)
    Rating : 8/10

    War of the Worlds 2017: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Adam Cole

    Stop and answer combat between two irreverent and talented fighters. At one point, Cole thought he had the match after a Last Shot , but Tanahashi got away with it. He performed a Frog Splash next, but the settlement met the same fate. And he was even more frustrated after failing to secure the triumph after a Superkick and a Shining Wizard practically in a row. The Japanese, who had done less to achieve victory, ended up winning after an accurate Frog Splash.

    Winner : Hiroshi Tanahashi
    Grade : 7/10

    War of the Worlds 2017: ROH World Championship:
    Christopher Daniels (c) vs. Jay Lethal vs. Cody Rhodes

    Divided combat, which hinted at being able to lean to either side. The task got more complicated for the champion when he was planted on a table, outside the ring, but neither Cody nor Lethal took the opportunity to sentence the fight. And just as Cody was holding Lethal in submission, Daniels burst in with a Best Moonsault Ever squarely on Dusty Rhodes’ son for the win.

    Winner : Christopher Daniels
    Grade : 6/10