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Earliest ROH Death before Dishonor Announced

Thu 07 Jul 2022 | 07:33 PM
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The second Ring of Honor (ROH) Pay-Per-View under the reign of All Elite Wrestling (AEW) chairman Tony Khan is coming on 23 July. Therefore, the earliest contests of the PPV was announced during last night's episode of AEW Dynamite.

The earliest announced contests were somehow expected as their storylines were screened as part of AEW shows such as the feud between ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta as a member of Blackpool Combat Club (BCC), and Danial Garcia as a member of the Jericho Appreciation Society (JAS).

The fights between both factions were sparked as BCC member Jon Moxley is a friend of Eddie Kingston and supported him during his fights against Jericho.

The first match between Kingston, Santana, Ortiz, and BCC members against JAS members took place in AEW Double or Nothing last May as Anarchy in the Arena match.

JAS members who classify themselves as sports entertainers managed to capture the victory against the team representing Pro Wrestling.

Moreover, JAS leader, and Sammy Guevara, alongside NJPW Minoru Suzuki captured another victory against Kingston, Yuta, and NJPW's Shota Umino at the Forbidden Door.

Later on, the BCC and Eddie Kingston captured the victory against the sports entertainers at last week's Blood and Guts.

On the other hand, ROH Television Champion Samoa Joe will defend his title against Jay Lethal at the event.

The fights between both stars were pided between the episodes of AEW Dynamite and Rampage, and the faction of Lethal set different attacks against Joe.

Finally, the seven-star Tag Team FTR who are holding the world titles of AAA, ROH, and the IWJP issued a challenge against the former ROH World Tag Team champions the Briscoes.

FTR captured the titles after beating the Briscoes in an iconic contest at ROH Super Card of Honor last April.