If you had asked for my thoughts on Ring of Honor before Best in the World, I would have been enthusiastically positive. The end of the Richards Era, the Kevin Steen Freight Train, the Briscoes/Wrestling’s Greatest Tag Team rivalry and consistently fantastic matches from Jay Lethal, Michael Elgin and Eddie Edwards had me in an excellent mood leading up to Best in the World.
Although the underwhelming Best in the World made my enthusiasm far more guarded, the last few months of Ring of Honor have made me optimistic for what is to come.
Here are a few more thoughts on the last several months of Ring of Honor.
(Editor’s Note: I was in Britain for the last two weeks. Most of this was written before I left. These thoughts are on Ring of Honor Wrestling through Best in the World. Nothing after Best in the World is included here. Heck, I don’t even know what has happened since.)