List of Ring of Honor tournaments

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Ring of Honor has held a variety of professional wrestling tournaments competed for by wrestlers that are a part of their personnel.

ROH Championship Tournament (2002)[edit]

On June 22, 2002, Ring of Honor held an ROH Championship tournament to crown the inaugural ROH Champion.[1] The Finals of the tournament was a four way iron man match that took place July 27, 2002.

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
        
Amazing Red
Xavier Pin
Amazing Red Pin
Low Ki
Prince Nana Pin
Low Ki
Low Ki
Spanky
Paul London Pin
Spanky
Spanky
Jody Fleisch Pin
Jody Fleisch Pin
Jonny Storm
Low Ki
  Pin
Doug Williams
Jay Briscoe Pin
Doug Williams
American Dragon Pin
American Dragon
Bo-Hazard Pin
Doug Williams
Christopher Daniels
Scoot Andrews Pin
Christopher Daniels
Christopher Daniels
A.J. Styles Pin
Jerry Lynn Pin
A.J. Styles

ROH Tag Team Championship Tournament (2002)[edit]

On September 21, 2002, Ring of Honor held an ROH Tag Team Championship tournament to crown the inaugural ROH Tag Team Champions.[2]

Teams:

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
The Prophecy
The S.A.T. Pin
The Prophecy
Togo/Hidaka Pin
Togo/Hidaka
The F.B.I Sub
The Prophecy
Dragon/Modest Pin
Dragon/Modest
Divine Storm Pin
Dragon/Modest
BYE
 
 

Field of Honor (2003)[edit]

The Field of Honor was a professional wrestling tournament held from September 6, 2003 until December 27, 2003 by the Ring of Honor promotion. It was held as a round-robin, with winners from two blocks wrestling in the final to decide that winner. The winner of each block is determined by a points system; one point for a victory, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss.[3]

No. Block A
1. Matt Stryker [1] defeated John Walters [0]
2. Xavier [1] defeated John Walters [0]
3. Matt Stryker [2] defeated Chris Sabin [0]
4. Xavier [2] defeated Chris Sabin [0]
5. Matt Stryker [3] defeated Xavier [2]
No. Block B
1. Colt Cabana [1] defeated Jimmy Rave [0]
2. BJ Whitmer [1] defeated Jimmy Rave [0]
3. Dan Maff [1] defeated Jimmy Rave [0]
4. Colt Cabana [2] defeated BJ Whitmer [1]
5. BJ Whitmer [2] defeated Dan Maff [1]
6. Dan Maff [2] defeated Colt Cabana [2]
7. BJ Whitmer [3] defeated Colt Cabana [2] and Dan Maff [2]
Final
   
A1 Matt Stryker Pin
B1 BJ Whitmer 18:08

ROH Pure Wrestling Championship Tournament (2004)[edit]

On February 14, 2004, Ring of Honor held a tournament for the ROH Pure Wrestling Championship to crown the inaugural champion at Second Anniversary Show.[4]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
A.J. Styles 7:35
Jimmy Rave Pin
A.J. Styles Pin
Matt Stryker 20:46
Matt Stryker Pin
Josh Daniels 8:29
A.J. Styles 16:37
CM Punk Pin
CM Punk Pin
John Walters 13:01
CM Punk Sub
Doug Williams 10:44
Chris Sabin 8:18
Doug Williams Pin

ROH Pure Championship Tournament (2004)[edit]

On July 17, 2004, Ring of Honor held a tournament for the vacant ROH Pure Championship.[5]

Semifinals Final
      
1 Alex Shelley
4 Austin Aries, CM Punk and Matt Stryker Pin
Alex Shelley Pin
Doug Williams
3 Doug Williams
2 Jay Lethal, John Walters and Nigel McGuinness Pin

Best of the American Super Juniors Tournament (2005)[edit]

On April 2, 2005, Ring of Honor held a tournament to crown the best American Super Junior in ROH.[6]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
James Gibson 14:17
Roderick Strong Pin
James Gibson Sub
Dragon Soldier B 11:02
Dragon Soldier B Pin
Matt Sydal 7:46
Dragon Soldier B 12:11
Black Tiger Pin
Bryan Danielson Sub
Spanky 23:59
Bryan Danielson Sub
Black Tiger 14:22
Black Tiger 10:11
Alex Shelley Pin

Race To The Top Tournament (2007)[edit]

On July 27, 2007, Ring of Honor held a tournament to determine a number one contender for the ROH World Championship.[7] The Finals of the tournament took place July 28, 2007.

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
        
Jack Evans 9:18
Kevin Steen Pin
Jack Evans Pin
Brent Albright 9:44
Brent Albright Pin
Matt Cross 5:24
Jack Evans Pin
Claudio Castagnoli 9:09
El Generico Pin
Delirious 11:19
El Generico 10:48
Chris Hero Pin
Chris Hero Pin
Erick Stevens 14:55
Claudio Castagnoli 18:47
El Generico Pin
Davey Richards 7:29
Jigsaw Pin
Davey Richards 4:24
Pelle Primeau Pin
Pelle Primeau 3:37
BJ Whitmer Pin
El Generico Pin
Davey Richards 12:17
Mike Quackenbush Pin
Matt Sydal 14:12
Mike Quackenbush 12:27
Claudio Castagnoli Pin
Claudio Castagnoli Pin
Hallowicked 7:02

ROH World Championship #1 Contender Tournament (February 2008)[edit]

On February 22, 2008, Ring of Honor held a tournament to crown a number one contender for the ROH World Championship.[8]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
Kevin Steen 9:50
Delirious Pin
Kevin Steen Pin
Bryan Danielson 14:42
Bryan Danielson 10:55
Rocky Romero Pin
Kevin Steen 15:27
Go Shiozaki Pin
El Generico 12:50
Austin Aries Pin
El Generico Sub
Go Shiozaki 13:31
Go Shiozaki 9:23
Necro Butcher Sub

ROH World Championship #1 Contender Tournament (March 2008)[edit]

On March 14, 2008, Ring of Honor held a tournament to crown a number one contender for the ROH World Championship.[9] The Finals of the tournament took place March 16, 2008 it was a four corner survival match.

Qualifiers Qualified Finals
         
Delirious 7:45
Necro Butcher Pin
Delirious
Go Shiozaki
Go Shiozaki 14:09
Brent Albright Sub
Delirious, Go Shiozaki and Claudio Castagnoli 9:31
Tyler Black Pin
Tyler Black 12:50
Erick Stevens Pin
Tyler Black
Claudio Castagnoli
Claudio Castagnoli 8:18
Davey Richards Pin

ROH World Tag Team Championship Tournament (2008)[edit]

On June 6, 2008, Ring of Honor held an ROH World Tag Team Championship tournament for the vacant ROH World Tag Team Championships.[10]

Teams:

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
Age of the Fall 7:57
Delirious/Primeau Pin
Age of the Fall 0:59
Aries/Danielson DQ
Aries/Danielson 19:22
No Remorse Corps Pin
Age of the Fall 16:53
Generico/Steen Pin
Sweet 'n' Sour Inc. 12:04
Vulture Squad Sub
Sweet 'n' Sour Inc. 8:14
Generico/Steen Pin
Generico/Steen 19:26
Shiozaki/McGuinness Pin

ROH World Television Championship Tournament (2010)[edit]

On February 5, 2010, Ring of Honor held a tournament to crown the inaugural ROH World Television Championship.[11] The Finals of the tournament took place on March 5, 2010

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
Eddie Edwards 9:59
Colt Cabana Pin
Eddie Edwards Pin
Kevin Steen 10:32
Kevin Steen Pin
Rhett Titus 9:15
Eddie Edwards 20:00
Davey Richards Sub
Davey Richards Pin
Delirious 13:27
Davey Richards Pin
Kenny King 13:30
Kenny King 14:40
El Generico Pin

ROH World Tag Team Championship #1 Contender Lottery Tournament (2011)[edit]

On July 8, 2011, Ring of Honor held a number one contenders tournament for the ROH World Tag Team Championship.[12]

Teams:

Semifinals Final
      
1 Briscoe Brothers
4 Bravado Brothers Pin
Bravado Brothers Pin
Cole/O'Reilly
3 Cole/O'Reilly
2 Coleman/Alexander Pin

Rise and Prove Tournament (2012)[edit]

On February 17, 2012, Ring of Honor held the Rise and Prove tournament for up and coming wrestlers.[13]

Teams:

Semifinals Final
      
1 TMDK
4 Alabama Attitude Pin
TMDK
Switchblade/Jonze Pin
3 Switchblade/Jonze
2 Silvio/Casey Pin

March Mayhem Tournament (2012)[edit]

On March 3, 2012, Ring of Honor held a tournament the March Mayhem tournament.[14]

No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Tommaso Ciampa defeated Kyle O'Reilly Qualifying match 7:47
2 Michael Bennett defeated Eddie Edwards Qualifying match 14:10
3 Adam Cole defeated Michael Elgin Qualifying match 12:21
4 Jay Lethal defeated Roderick Strong Qualifying match 15:37
5 Tommaso Ciampa defeated Adam Cole, Jay Lethal and Michael Bennett Four Way Elimination Tournament Final 13:44

ROH World Tag Team Championship Tournament (2012)[edit]

On August 3, 2015, Ring of Honor held a tournament for the vacant ROH World Tag Team Championship.[15] The Finals of the tournament took place on September 15, 2012

Teams:

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
S.C.U.M.
Bravado Brothers Pin
S.C.U.M. Pin
Coleman/Alexander 12:16
Coleman/Alexander Pin
Young Bucks
S.C.U.M. 12:26
Haas/Titus Pin
Haas/Titus Pin
Guardians of Truth
Haas/Titus Pin
Briscoe Brothers 10:47
Briscoe Brothers
BLKOUT Pin

ROH World Championship Tournament (2013)[edit]

On July 27, 2013, Ring of Honor held a tournament for the vacant ROH World Championship.[16] The Finals of the tournament took place September 20, 2013.

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
        
Jay Lethal 12:59
Sonjay Dutt Pin
Jay Lethal Pin
Adam Cole 16:45
Adam Cole Pin
Mark Briscoe 12:34
Adam Cole Pin
Tommaso Ciampa 13:54
Tommaso Ciampa Pin
Silas Young 11:14
Tommaso Ciampa 14:31
Michael Bennett Pin
Michael Bennett Pin
BJ Whitmer 10:08
Adam Cole 26:33
Michael Elgin Pin
Michael Elgin 20:02
Paul London Pin
Michael Elgin Pin
Karl Anderson 17:10
Karl Anderson 10:41
ACH Pin
Michael Elgin Pin
Kevin Steen 19:24
Kevin Steen Pin
Brian Kendrick 12:50
Kevin Steen 12:00
Roderick Strong Pin
Roderick Strong Pin
Matt Taven 13:10

ROH World Television Championship #1 Contender Tournament (2015)[edit]

On July 17, 2015, Ring of Honor held a tournament to crown a number one contender for the ROH World Television Championship.[17]

  Round 1 Finals
                 
    Christopher Daniels    
    Mark Briscoe    
     
  Christopher Daniels  
  Bobby Fish      
  Bobby Fish  
  Matt Taven      
  ACH  
 
    ACH    
    Frankie Kazarian    

ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship Tournament (2016)[edit]

On September 3, 2016, Ring of Honor held a tournament for the first ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship. The Finals took place on December 2, 2016

Teams:

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
Briscoes & Yano
Kushida, ACH & White Pin
Kushida, ACH & White Pin
The Cabinet
Kincaid, St. Giovanni & Ali
The Cabinet Pin
Kushida, Lio Rush and Jay White*
The Kingdom Pin
Addiction & Kamaitachi Pin
Team CMLL
Team CMLL
The Kingdom Pin
The Kingdom Pin
Bullet Club

(*) Lio Rush replaced ACH in the finals

ROH Decade of Excellence Tournament (2016/17)[edit]

The Decade of Excellence Tournament[18] began on December 4, 2016 with the final taking place on January 14, 2017[19] to determine the new number one contender for the ROH World Championship.

1st Round Semifinals Finals
         
Jushin Liger
Jay Lethal Pin
Jay Lethal
Jay Briscoe Pin
BJ Whitmer
Jay Briscoe Pin
Jay Briscoe 15:24
Christopher Daniels Pin
Colt Cabana
Chris Sabin Pin
Chris Sabin
Christopher Daniels Pin
Christopher Daniels Pin
Mark Briscoe

On March 10, 2018 at Ring of Honor's 15th Anniversary Show Christopher Daniels challenged and defeated Adam Cole to become ROH World Champion for the first time.[20]

ROH Soaring Eagle Cup (2017)[edit]

The Soaring Eagle Cup took place on October 28, 2017.[21]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Dalton Castle defeated Flip Gordon Soaring Eagle Cup First Round Match
2 Frankie Kazarian defeated Jay White Soaring Eagle Cup First Round Match
3 Matt Taven defeats Jay Lethal Soaring Eagle Cup First Round Match
4 Christopher Daniels and Cody wrestled to a time limit draw Soaring Eagle Cup First Round Match
5 Silas Young defeated Cheeseburger Soaring Eagle Cup First Round Match
6 Dalton Castle defeated Frankie Kazarian, Matt Taven and Silas Young Soaring Eagle Cup Final Four Way Elimination Match

Women of Honor Championship (2018)[edit]

Championship tournament to crown the first Women of Honor Champion.

Qualifying Matches

  • Jessie Brooks defeated Gabby Ortiz
  • Brandi Rhodes defeated Stella Grey
First Round Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Final
        
Mandy Leon Pin
Madison Rayne
Mandy Leon
Kelly Klein Pin
Jessie Brooks
Kelly Klein Pin
Kelly Klein
Mayu Iwatani
HZK
Mayu Iwatani Pin
Mayu Iwatani Pin
Deonna Purrazzo
Deonna Purrazzo Sub
Holidead
Kelly Klein
Sumie Sakai
Jenny Rose
Kagetsu Pin
Kagetsu
Sumie Sakai Pin
Hana Kimura
Sumie Sakai Pin
Sumie Sakai
Tenille Dashwood
Stacy Shadows
Tenille Dashwood Pin
Tenille Dashwood Pin
Brandi Rhodes
Karen Q
Brandi Rhodes Pin

Sea of Honor Tournament (2018)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ROH Championship Tournament (2002) results".
  2. ^ "ROH Tag Team Championship Tournament (2002) results".
  3. ^ "Field of Honor results".
  4. ^ "ROH Pure Wrestling Championship tournament results".
  5. ^ "ROH Pure Championship tournament results".
  6. ^ "Best of American Super Juniors tournament results".
  7. ^ "Race To The Top Tournament results".
  8. ^ "ROH World Championship #1 Contendership tournament results".
  9. ^ "ROH World Championship #1 Contendership tournament results".
  10. ^ "ROH World Tag Team Championship Tournament (2008) results".
  11. ^ "ROH World Television Championship tournament results".
  12. ^ "ROH World Tag Team Championship #1 Contendership Lottery Tournament".
  13. ^ "Rise and Prove Tournament results".
  14. ^ "March Mayhem tournament results".
  15. ^ "ROH World Tag Team Championship tournament results".
  16. ^ "ROH World Championship Tournament results".
  17. ^ "ROH World Television #1 Contenders Championship tournament results".
  18. ^ "ROH Announces Decade of Excellence Tournament, ACH Receives Release | 411MANIA". 411mania.com. Retrieved 2018-07-18.
  19. ^ "CHALLENGER SET FOR ROH WORLD TITLE MATCH AT 15th ANNIVERSARY SHOW". www.rohwrestling.com. Retrieved 2018-07-18.
  20. ^ "BREAKING: DANIELS WINS ROH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP". www.rohwrestling.com. Retrieved 2018-07-18.
  21. ^ "ROH Soaring Eagle Cup « Events Database « CAGEMATCH - The Internet Wrestling Database". www.cagematch.net. Retrieved 14 March 2018.