The Ring of Honor Global Wars Night One in Toronto drew over 1,400 fans to the Ted Reeve Arena.

The show is already up for VOD replays at The show is actually in two parts. The first part has the first three hours of the show and The second is 17 minutes with the final minutes of the main event. When I loaded it up this morning it automatically plays the 17 minute ending of the main event. You have to switch the video to the first part manually to see the full show.

Ron Hutchinson, who trained a ton of stars including Edge and Christian, was visiting at the show. Hutchinson is heavily involved In the Cauliflower Alley Club organization in Las Vegas.

The company debuted a new lighting truss that will be used for all PPV and TV Tapings going forward. The lights actually went out a few times show because they were being run on a separate generator, which had to be restarted according to PW Insider.

Before ROH went on the air, Dalton Castle pinned Donovan Dijak in a dark match. Castle was over big-time with the crowd.

Main show

Moose and Gedo defeat Silas Young and Watanabe following the Spear by Moose on Young for the pinfall. After the match Silas Young attacks Watanabe.

Kushida defeats Chris Sabin and Kyle O’Reilly in a Three Way match . The New Japan star wins with a arm lock submission on Sabin to get the win. This match was made due to Bobby Fish being unable to travel to Canada.

The Kingdom (Mike Bennett and Matt Taven) defeated Matt Sydal and Jushin “Thunder” Liger with the Hail Mary (Spike Piledriver). Also notable in the match is Maria Kanellis allowing Liger to motorboat her leaving the Japanese legend open for a double super kick.

Okada defeated Cedric Alexander in a great contest with the Rainmaker clothesline to get a pinfall. Alexander got a very close near fall with a stunning Kick to Kill Part Two (a stunning back sidekick). During the match the lights went out to the building a few times. Following the contest Alexander refused to follow the Code of Honor.

The Addiction(Christopher Daniels and Rocky Romero) defeated RPG Vice (Rocky Romero and Beretta) and The Decade (BJ Witmer and Adam Page). Kazarian stealing the victory following a tag team Kryptonite Crunch (Inverted Piledriver) from Romero and Beretta to get the pinfall on Adam Page. Following the match, Kyle O’Reilly came out to attack Daniels and Kazarian.

The pay-per-view then took a brief intermission where we were supposed to watch Kevin Steen versus Nakamura from last year’s Global Wars. However, other than a few minutes watching that on the video screen in the arena the live stream went dark before picking up later on the match almost 10 minutes later.

Nakamura defeats ACH with the Boomaye running knee strike. Good back and forth match. Memorable moment a dance contest between the two superstars.

Apparently for the second year in a row, ACH had travel difficulties getting into Toronto. He was wearing someone else’s gear due to the problems he getting there.

Jay Lethal retained his World Television Title against Naito after the Stardust Genius missed The Stardust Press. Lethal would go for quick near falls to no avail finally getting The Lethal Injection for the pinfall. After the match , Lethal adhered to the Code of Honor.

There was no Truth Martini last night. Lethal was accompanied by Donovan Dijak.

Hiroshi Tanahashi defeats Michael Elgin in a hard-hitting contest following multiple High Fly Flow frog splashes for the pinfall.

The announcers put over Michael Elgin’s losing streak lately.

An ad for the June 19 “Best in the World” pay-per-view emanating New York City’s Terminal Five. Matt Sydal, AJ Styles and the Young Bucks are all mentioned as appearing. Every ROH title will be on the line.

The ROH All Stars (Roderick Strong, Raymond Rowe, Hanson, Mark Briscoe and Jay Briscoe) defeated The Bullet Club (Matt and Nick Jackson, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderson and AJ Styles) in an insane match that saw Mark Briscoe got the victory with a Froggy Bow following a Jay Driller. After the match, Briscoe calls in Styles the two face-off before Jay Lethal attacks both men with the television title standing tall at the end of the night.

05/15/15 #GlobalWars Post Game Recap featuring *Exclusive Action not seen on iPPV*

The company looks to be building towards Jay Lethal in the main event Of Best in the World my question is since he attacked AJ Styles and Jay Briscoe what that means both the IWGP Heavyweight Championship and the ROH World Championship be on the line in New York City June 19.

But before we get there, the company will stay in Toronto tonight for “Global Wars: Night Two” which will be taped for television that will air in the next few weeks.

Here’s what’s announced:

*AJ Styles & Young Bucks vs. Kazuchida Okada & Roppongi Vice.
*Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Roderick Strong.
*IWGP Tag Team champions The Kingdom vs. Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson.
*ACH & Matt Sydal vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Tetsuya Naito.
*Jushin Liger vs. Dalton Castle.
*Michael Elgin vs. Gedo.
*Will Ferrara vs. KUSHIDA.

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