Post by xnocreativityx on Mar 3, 2012 10:24:10 GMT -5
You won't see DGUSA and ROH work together for a LONG time if ever... Also, I could see the CHIKARA/ROH partnership not last very long as it really was just a way to fix a problem with a double booking of sorts.
Post by Wrestle Ohio on Mar 3, 2012 20:00:35 GMT -5
I was wondering what the deal was on that myself. I love Chikara and RoH...but their products are so different, I'm not sure how they will coexist on the same shows. Don't get me wrong, I wish them the best of luck, because I would definitely love to go to a Chikara/RoH supercard.
Post by frenchdragon on Mar 4, 2012 7:36:49 GMT -5
I think that the bridge between ROH and DGUSA exist already: Pro Wrestling Guerilla.
On the same card you have major ROH wrestlers (Davey Richards, Kevin Steen, El Generico, Eddie Edwards, Cole, O'Reilly, Young Bucks..) and major DGUSA wrestlers (Ricochet, Taylor,...) Look at Kurt Russel Reunion III we have on the same show Richards, Tozawa, Cima, BxB Hulk, Steen, ..... it's a supercard.
You find PWG on both site, but Buy it on the DGUSA store !!! we see that both companies are in really good term with PWG, maybe because they are not a threat and are on the west coast.
For Chikara i see it as a one shot for ROH, it will be a good but quick angle in 2012, after chicago each company will be alone again. Don't forget that Chikara is now on IPPV, and they don't need long partnership because their fanbase is solide and they make a very different product.
The 6 first EVOLVE show were a true Indy Supercard whith ROH wrestlers at time (Cole, O'Reilly, Richards, Hero, Claudio,..) VS CZW wrestlers (younger, akuma, ...) VS CHikara wreslers Mike Quack, akuma, hallowicked...) VS DGUSA wrestlers (Moxley, Gargano, Swan, Ricochet).
At the time Evolve was not with DGUSA, the ROH was not SBG, ... it was a unique moment in indy wrestling history and gabe give us incredible supercard but i'm not sure that at the time we realise how surreal it was.