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1 March 2011
ROH World Champion Roderick Strong has now successfully defended his title on five separate occasions against five different opponents: Christopher Daniels, Davey Richards, Jay Briscoe, El Generico, and Homicide. While he has retained the title each time, he has gotten increasingly desperate with each defense. The “9th Anniversary Show”, which saw the interference of both Truth Martini & Michael Elgin and was contested with essentially no rules, served as a great example of what lengths Strong will go to in order to maintain his hold on the title he fought so hard, and for so long, to finally win.
3 March 2011
Ring of Honor heads to Atlanta, GA on Friday April 1st & Saturday April 2nd for a pair of live shows dubbed “Honor Takes Center Stage”! These two events will showcase the best pound-for-pound wrestling action in the world, the type of action you have come to expect from ROH, and BOTH events will also be available on iPPV courtesy of GoFightLive.TV!.
4 March 2011
Both Christopher Daniels and Davey Richards agreed in principal to battle in Pure Rules Bout based off their mutual respect for one another, as well as their respect for the sport of pro wrestling, and now ROH management have made the bout official for March 19, 2011 at “Manhattan Mayhem IV”!
19 March 2011
At Manhattan Mayhem IV, Eddie Edwards beat Roderick Strong to become the new ROH World Champion, Eddie Edwards will defend the ROH World Championship against Christopher Daniels on Night One of Honor Takes Center Stage.
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Upcoming events

Defy Or Deny
  • March 18th, 2011
  • Plymouth, Massachusetts

Manhattan Mayhem IV

  • March 19th, 2011
  • New York, NY

Honor Takes Center Stage Night One

  • April 1st, 2011
  • Atlanta, Georgia

Honor Takes Center Stage Night Two

  • April 2nd, 2011
  • Atlanta, Georgia

May 6th, 2011

  • Dearborn, Michigan

May 7th, 2011

  • Toronto, Canada


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Delirious
Delirious
Height

5 ft 10 in (1.77 m)

Weight

194 lb (87 kg)

From

The Edge of Sanity

Wrestling debut

2001

Delirious (born 1979) is the ring name of an American professional wrestler. A mainstay in several promotions, Delirious is currently performing in Ring of Honor and Full Impact Pro, among other. He is known for his outrageous antics, such as running around aimlessly and screaming wildly when the opening ring bell sounds, and speaking in a rambling fashion.

He got his start in Gateway Championship Wrestling, an independent wrestling promotion based out of St. Louis, Missouri. He trained Daizee Haze as a wrestler while they were both in Southeast Missouri State University. He made occasional appearances with Total Nonstop Action from 2003 to 2005, and has wrestled full time for IWA Mid-South and CHIKARA.

Delirious debuted in the Philadelphia based promotion Ring of Honor, at Reborn: Stage One on April 23, 2004 in a losing effort against rival Matt Sydal. Delirious continued to work for Ring of Honor sporadically throughout the next few years, gaining a cult following despite never winning a match. Delerious would spend the next two years making speratic apperances in ROH, never winning a match.

At Better Than Our Best on April 1, 2006, ROH's commissioner Jim Cornette said that he would face a wrestler of his choosing, and if he did not win he would be dropped from the roster. Delirious chose and defeated Ricky Reyes with the Cobra Stretch, retaining his spot on the roster.

The following show, Delirious defeated Jimmy Rave, Jimmy Yang and Jimmy Jacobs in Four Corner Survival Match. Later in the show, Bryan Danielson granted Delirious shot at the ROH World Championship after Danielson had retained it in five minutes against Colt Cabana. Danielson retained the belt when the referee stopped the match; Delirious' hand was also sliced on the ring post and his mask was torn by Danielson during the match.

Delirious would get a second shot at the ROH World Championship in a losing effort against Bryan Danielson on May 13. Delirious went on to earn a shot at the ROH Pure Championship against Nigel McGuinness, but subsequently lost. Throughout the rest of the year, Delirious continued to impress with matches against Matt Sydal and McGuinness. On October 6, Delirious defeated Jimmy Rave qualifying for the Survival of the Fittest final later on in the evening. Austin Aries was the first eliminated in the finals leaving The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark Briscoe), Delirious and Matt Sydal. Sydal and Delirious worked together to eliminate the Briscoes. They put on a tough performance, with Delirious eventually coming out on top. (more...)
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