ROH AKA Ring of Honor is doing all they can do to get the word out about this upcoming Sunday’s Best in the World PPV. One of their bigger stars, ROH star Roderick Strong spoke with Wrestling Inc.com to promote and hype up what should be a really good PPV:
How has the growth of the company been since you’ve been there?
“I’ve never been off, only on. Growth wise, it’s amazing. I said it a million times before and I’ll continue to say that’s why I wanted to be a part of Ring of Honor—to watch and help it grow. Everyone said it has the potential to be this, that, and the other. Through time, it has gotten recognition. The right people have seen it and bigger doors have opened for Ring of Honor to be on a bigger platform. It’s amazing and surreal to watch sometimes how far it’s come and how far it can go.”
What has your experience with TNA like during your stay?
“It was great to perform on a weekly basis at a national level. I was rather young being 21 or 22 to perform at that level. Being the first match on Spike TV for them against AJ Styles is something I’ll never forget. I got to wrestle my friends and it was amazing being able to make an impact all over the world.”
Here is the card for Best in the World:
*ROH champion Adam Cole vs. Michael Elgin.
*ROH Tag Team champions ReDragon vs. Christopher Daniels & Kazarian.
*The Briscoes vs. Matt Hardy & Michael Bennett with Maria Kanellis.
*Roderick Strong vs. Cedric Alexander: Submission match.
*ROH TV champion Jay Lethal vs. Matt Taven with Truth Martini handcuffed to a ring post.
*Kevin Steen vs. Silas Young.