AGENT 47 LOW KI. GOD BLESS YOU NEW JAPAN
NJPW 7/29/12 - Low Ki (c) vs. Kota Ibushi (IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title)
Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov, Averno and Low Ki
via Maffew of Botchamania, this is a little known story that is well worth a read.
Low Ki becomes the first Ring of Honor World Champion: July 27, 2002
The World Warrior won a four-way, 60-minute iron man match over Christopher Daniels, Doug Williams and “Spanky” Brian Kendrick. He’d hold the belt until dropping it in a September 21, 2002, match with Xavier.
2005.06.12. ROH The Future Is Now - Austin Aries vs. Low Ki
My heart will go on….
Ring of Honor first anniversary show riot, 2003.
Low Ki debuts at Evolve’s tribute to the Arena show, versus Ahtu. Certainly looks like Low Ki will be pushed as a big time player in Evolve. Should be interesting. I’ve heard a lot of negative things about Ki in recent years, in terms of both attitude and underwhelming matches since returning to the indies. And as a side note, I am growing SO TIRED of the pandering promos on the indies talking about “actors pushed as wrestlers” and emphasising “professional wrestling” like you are some how sticking it to Vince with this attitude. Comes off as tacky, unoriginal and desperate. Next you’re gonna be using shoot names. And while I’m ranting, while Gabe likes to push the idea that his companies are all about the future of the business, I do find it ironic that he’s bringing back in a guy who was main eventing Ring of Honor, when he ran it, ten years ago.
So yeah, someone should give me money to buy this.
El Generico vs. Eddie Edwards, Chris Hero vs. Akira Tozawa, Low Ki vs. Claudio Castagnoli, Roderick Strong and Austin Aries vs. Young Bucks, Willie Mack vs. Ricochet… NO WORDS FOR THIS CARD.