Death Before Dishonor VIII

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Death Before Dishonor VIII
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Promotional material for the event featuring Eddie Edwards
Information
Promotion Ring of Honor
Date June 19, 2010
Venue Ted Reeve Arena
City Toronto, Ontario
Pay-per-view chronology
ROH The Big Bang! Death Before Dishonor VIII Glory By Honor IX
Death Before Dishonor chronology
Death Before Dishonor VII Death Before Dishonor VIII Death Before Dishonor IX

Death Before Dishonor VIII (DBD VIII)[1] was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by Ring of Honor (ROH), which was only available online. There had been seven events entitled Death Before Dishonor in the past with this being the event's first time on pay per view. It took place on June 19, 2010 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Background[edit]

Death Before Dishonor VIII featured professional wrestling matches that involved different wrestlers from existing, scripted feuds and storylines with wrestlers portrayed as villains or heroes, or more ambiguous characters in scripted contests that build tension and culminate in a wrestling match on the pay per view.

On May 5, 2010, Ring of Honor's official website announced that ROH would have their next online pay per view event in Toronto, being the first time the Death Before Dishonor lineage would be featured in such a capacity.[2] This is the third pay per view ROH had featured online.

Two main events were announced for the show. The first of which was for the ROH World Tag Team Championship. At the previous show, The Big Bang, Claudio Castagnoli and Chris Hero (collectively known as The Kings of Wrestling) defeated Jay and Mark Briscoe for the titles. As per wrestling norms, in which former champions are generally granted a rematch, this became the case for the Death Before Dishonor VIII PPV.[1]

The second main event match promoted for the show was for the ROH World Championship. After examining ROH's system of determining a contender for title, the Pick 6 Series, it was announced on the company's website that executive producer Jim Cornette had named a new number-one contender to face Black at the Death Before Dishonor VIII PPV: Davey Richards, ranked number-four in the Pick 6 Series.[3]

In addition to the aforementioned 'twin main events', it was announced that former tag team partners Kevin Steen and El Generico would have their first one-on-one encounter at Death Before Dishonor VIII. Steen and Generico had been at odds since 2009 after being unable to regain the World Tag Team Championship. This tension came to a boiling point at Final Battle 2009 when the team lost to The Young Bucks, after which a frustrated Steen turned on Generico by smashing a steel chair over his head. The following months saw Steen distance himself from his partner, instead aligning with Steve Corino, who had recently returned to the company after an absence of several years. Together, the two began antagonizing Generico, who would continually refuse to retaliate against his former partner. In the interim, Colt Cabana reached out to Generico and together they challenged Steen and Corino on multiple occasions, leading to a tag match at The Big Bang PPV, which saw Generico stand up to his former partner for the first time.

Production[edit]

On November 23, 2009, ROH announced that they had signed a pay-per-view deal with Go Fight Live (GFL) to air live events over the Internet.[4] The first event to be aired as part of this deal was Final Battle 2009 followed by The Big Bang four months later.[4]

Results[edit]

No. Results[5] Stipulations Times[6]
Dark match Bravado Brothers (Harlem and Lance Bravado) defeated Sebastian Suave and Mike Sydal[6] Tag team match Unknown
Dark match Bobby Dempsey and Grizzly Redwood defeated Mr. Ernesto Osiris and Rip Impact[6] Tag team match Unknown
1 Kevin Steen defeated El Generico Singles match Unknown
2 The All Night Express (Kenny King and Rhett Titus) defeated Cheech and Cloudy Tag team match Unknown
3 Delirious defeated Austin Aries by disqualification Singles match Unknown
4 Roderick Strong (with Truth Martini) defeated Steve Corino, Eddie Edwards, Colt Cabana, Shawn Daivari, and Tyson Dux Toronto Gauntlet for a ROH World Championship match Unknown
5 Christopher Daniels (2) defeated Kenny Omega Singles match for Pick 6 Series 16:49
6 The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli) (c) (with Shane Hagadorn) defeated the Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark Briscoe) No Disqualification match for the ROH World Tag Team Championship 19:00
7 Tyler Black (c) defeated Davey Richards Singles match for the ROH World Championship 34:56
(c) - refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Toronto, Ontario- "Death Before Dishonor VIII" June 19th". Ring of Honor. Retrieved 2010-05-13. 
  2. ^ "Its Official!". Ring of Honor. 2010-05-05. Retrieved 2010-05-13. 
  3. ^ "The Hunt Continues in Canada!!!". Ring of Honor. 2010-05-11. Retrieved 2010-05-13. 
  4. ^ a b "Final Battle 2009 To Be Streamed Live On The Internet". Ring of Honor. 2009-11-23. 
  5. ^ Caldwell, James. "Caldwell's Ring Of Honor PPV Report 6/19: Ongoing "virtual time" coverage of Death Before Dishonor VIII Internet PPV". Pro Wrestling Torch. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  6. ^ a b c "Death Before Dishonor VIII". Pro Wrestling History. Retrieved 2010-06-28. 

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