By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
The following matches are advertised for the Ring of Honor Best in the World pay-per-view that will be held on Friday in Baltimore, Maryland at UMBC Event Center.
-Matt Taven vs. Jeff Cobb for the ROH World Title.
-Shane Taylor vs. Bandido for the ROH TV Title.
-Marty Scurll, PCO, and Brody King vs. Mark Haskins, Tracy Williams, and PJ Black for the ROH Six-Man Tag Titles.
-Jay Lethal vs. Kenny King in the deciding match of their best of three series.
-Dalton Castle vs. Dragon Lee.
-Nick Aldis and a partner vs. Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe.
-Silas Young vs. Jonathan Gresham in a Pure Rules match.
-Kelly Klein and Jenny Rose vs. Angelina Love and Mandy Leon.
-Rush vs. Flip Gordon (Pre-Show)
Powell’s POV: Colt Cabana had to pull out of teaming with Aldis due to injury. The NWA is playing up the mystery of who will team with Aldis. ROH has announced that the Rush vs. Gordon match will air free on a pre-show that will be available at 7:30CT/8:30 ET on Facebook as well as the pay-per-view providing services. Join me for live coverage of ROH Best in the World beginning with the pre-show. The main show airs on pay-per-view, HonorClub, and FITE.TV at 8CT/9ET and is listed at $44.95 on DirecTV, and the FITE.TV price is $34.99. Dot Net Members will hear my exclusive audio review on Friday night.
ROH is taping television on Saturday in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 2300 Arena. We are looking for reports or basic results from the taping. If you are going and want to help, email me at email@example.com.
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