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Ring of Honor - War of the Worlds (ROHWrestling.com)

Ring of Honor – War of the Worlds (ROHWrestling.com)

This Friday, Ring of Honor Wrestling presents their War of the Worlds PPV in New York City. The third night of their annual collaboration with New Japan Pro Wrestling will emanate from the Hammerstein Ballroom. Before the show however, fans will have a chance to meet the stars. 

ROH sent out a press release regarding a meet and greet prior to the War of the Worlds PPV. The event will be held 90 minutes before the PPV and will feature stars from both Ring of Honor and NJPW. The following stars will be there: 

BUSHI
EVIL
GEDO
HIROOKI GOTO
HIROSHI TANAHASHI
KUSHIDA
SANADA
TETSUYA NAITO
ADAM COLE
MARTY SCURLL
BULLY RAY
JAY & MARK BRISCOE
THE YOUNG BUCKS
MANDY LEON
 
Many of the participants that will be at the signing are champions from all over the world. They rank from Tag Team Champions to individual title holders. Fan favorites like The Young Bucks (who will probably be taping for their Being the Elite YouTube show) and Marty Scurll are sure to draw a big crowd. New York native Bully Ray is always a special treat to see. This might also be one of the final times you can see Adam Cole at a ROH signing, as it has been reported for a while now that he is a free agent. 
 
Its rare for Japanese stars to make appearances in the US, so getting the opportunity to meet IWGP Intercontinental Champion Tetsuya Naito or Hiroshi Tanahashi, one of the most decorated Japanese stars of all time, will be a huge honor for many fans. 
 
In regards to pricing: 
Singles Wrestlers – $20 (1) Personal item or 8×10 (ROH supplied) & (1) Posed Photo
Tag Team Wresters – $30 (1) Personal item or 8×10 (ROH supplied) signed & (1) Posed Photo
 
 
The War of the Worlds supershow PPV begins tonight in Toronto, then heads to Michigan on the 10th, New York on the 12th and Pennsylvania on the 14th. 

Daniel Yanofsky

Daniel Yanofsky

Daniel is a Managing Editor at DoubleGSports.com, as well the lead Pro Wrestling writer. Daniel is also the lead New York Mets writer and contributes on UFC/MMA. He also hosts a Sunday podcast, The Main Event.
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