WrestleMania Road Diary Night 3: ROH Supercard of Honor XII, PROGRESS

Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2018/04/08/wrestlemania-road-diary-night-3-roh-supercard-of-honor-xii-progress/

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Day 3 of John Pollock and Wai Ting’s WrestleMania 34 road trip in New Orleans is highlighted by a full review of ROH Supercard of Honor XII featuring Kenny Omega vs. Cody. Plus, the day starts off with PROGRESS Chapter 67 featuring a spectacular match between Zack Sabre Jr. and WALTER.

(To skip directly to our ROH review, go to 27:31)

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It was definitely a marathon watching ROH Supercard, with the show ending about 1:15 am Toronto time.

Apparently there were issues with streaming the show on HonorClub. Thankfully, I ordered it through Fite TV and I had next to no issues (other than a couple instances of rebuffering).

P.S. They didn’t show the identity of the bear and there was a bonus triple threat tag match of Beer City Bruiser and Brian Milonas vs The Motor City Machine Guns vs Luke Hawx and P. J. Hawx (taped during the preshow) shown during the intermission.


These podcasts have highlighted that while this is seen as a huge weekend in wrestling, which it is, I think there is just too much wrestling and that actually hurts it. I don’t fault promoters for wanting to get in on this weekend but there’s just too much and it ends up hurting other shows.