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Preview: Ring of Honor – Honor for All 2021 (11/14/21)

Ring of Honor - Honor for All 2021

Ring of Honor returns to Honor Club this Sunday for the 2021 edition of Honor for All. The ROH World Title will be on the line as Bandido takes on his former teammate in Demonic Flamita. The ROH and GCW tag titles will also be on the line this Sunday night. The action will begin at 7 pm eastern time exclusively on Honor Club. Let’s see what ROH has in store for us this weekend.

Ring of Honor – Honor for All 2021 Full Card

  • Quinn McKay vs. Vita Vonstarr vs. Holidead vs. Trish Adora
  • Taylor Rust vs. Tracy Williams
  • Brody King vs. Jonathan Gresham
  • GCW Tag Team Championship: The Briscoes (c) vs. Effy and AJ Gray
  • ROH World Tag Title: Dragon Lee and Kenny King (c) vs. The OGK (Matt Taven and Mike Bennett)
  • No Disqualification: Bandido vs. Demonic Flamita
Honor for All: GCW vs. ROH
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GCW vs. ROH

The Briscoes shocked fans of GCW when they appeared at GCW Fight Club. They confronted the Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner and Matthew Justice) after the SGC cut a promo claiming that they had beat every duo there is to beat. This prompted The Briscoes to make their way to the ring. The Briscoes made their intentions simple, they wanted a shot at the GCW tag titles. Their request was granted at GCW War Ready. The Briscoes defeated the SGC and became the new GCW Tag Champions for the first time in their careers. Effy and AJ Gray will now represent the SGC and GCW as they attempt to regain the titles from The Briscoes. Will the SGC bring the titles back home to GCW? Or will the Briscoes prevail and keep the titles in the ROH court? Find out this Sunday at Honor for All 2021.

Honor for All Main Event
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Honor for All 2021 Main Event: No Disqualification Title Match

Bandido and Flamita were teammates in the MexiSquad stable along with Rey Horus. The team held the ROH World Six Man Tag Titles until they were beaten by Shane Taylor Promotions. They attempted to win the titles back at the 19th Anniversary pay-per-view. They were unsuccessful and tensions seemed to brew between Flamita and Bandido. Horus suggested they settle their differences in a triple threat match that night.

Things seemed to be okay after that until Flamita walked out on Bandido during a tag match a few weeks later. Flamita soon debuted a new darker “Demonic Flamita” personality. The rivalry was reignited during Survival of the Fittest when Bandido eliminated Flamita in the first fall of the finals. Bandido went on to win the ROH World Title. After his first defense, he was ambushed by Flamita. This set up a Four Corners Survival Match at Death Before Dishonor in which Bandido retained. Now Flamita has one more chance to defeat Bandido in a no disqualification match. Find out if he is victorious at Honor for All 2021.

To see where you can watch ROH on TV or see the latest episode of ROH TV click here. For all things, ROH including Glory by Honor Night 1, check out Honor Club. Or their YouTube channel for WOH Wednesday and ROH Week by Week. 

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