For those who don't know Brian Kendrick is actually one of the many names that were a part of the ROH roster in the early days of the company before moving on to the WWE for a few years. Now I will say that Ring of Honor has always had a great eye for talent from Samoa Joe and Danielson to Punk & Styles to Cole & O'Reilly. Their eye for talent has always kept the company growing and moving forward even when certain names leave. I firmly believe that Will Ferrera is a part of that next class for ROH as they continue to the future and keep on growing. This will be a good match between two talented in ring wrestlers.
Recently I did a post about an upcoming WWE try-out event coming this fall and that the WWE would eyeing some of the top Indy stars. At this point former ROH star Moose was rumored to be headed to the WWE, but unfortunately even though he had been on the companies radar for the longest time he will not be headed to NXT. As of this writing it come to my attention that Moose has fulfilled his contractual obligations with the company.
Even though every time some known name debuts on NXT TV you here the "Hottest Free Agent in pro-wrestling/sports entertainment." Moose has received offers from TNA, ROH, AAA, the latter may include a run with Lucha Underground. At last word I had heard it seem quite possible that Moose could be headed off to TNA much like we saw from Mike and Maria back in January of this year. It has been said that Moose will likely make his decision within the next week or so.
Mixing things up again this week as we go back to another shoot of the week. This time we head to ROH as I found a shoot interview done by the man himself Steve Corino from 2 years ago. Since stepping away from the ring Steve has become one of the voices of ROH and though he did get back in the ring against BJ Whitmier at a recent Ring of Honor event I think Steve has really found his place. The job of color commentary is a hard job for some people, but I do believe that Steve may have really found his place in the company and has a long career ahead of himself in the booth with Kevin Kelly.
This my friends is the return of what I call a content creator as I have been struggling to produce content for this section of the site so let's go with this series for the time being. Originally this series was just focusing on the current roster of Global Force Wrestling, but this time around we'll focus on both the current and past talent that have came through the door of Ring of Honor.
At this point Christopher Daniels is the only member of the roster to be on his third stay with the company. Nobody former ROH talent has been a part of the company more than Daniels and by that I mean no other talent has had three stays with the company. This isn't a bashing of Daniels, but more a testament to his talent and the fact that even though Chris got signed away by TNA more than once, but every time he left the company he always found his way "home." Interesting fact here is that Chris was actually one half of the first ever Ring of Honor Tag Team Champions and was also the 45th holder of the Tag Titles as well. Below is a list of Christopher Daniels achievements:
- Two Time IWGP Tag Team Champions
- One time ROH Television Champion
- Four time ROH Tag Team Champion
- Four time TNA X-Division Champion
- Six time NWA World Tag Team Champion
- Two time TNA Tag team Champion
- Two time WWC Tag team champion
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