Bully Ray Reflects on His Wrestling Legacy – Vegas Seven

My second ROH interview is with Bully Ray, who needs no introduction, but got one anyway:

There, the Dudley Boyz (as he and D-Von were known) helped to redefine tag-team wrestling. In 2005, the pair jumped ship to rival Total Nonstop Action, where they were known as Team 3D. Renaming himself Bully Ray after splitting with Brother Devon, Bully captured the TNA World Heavyweight Championship twice before reuniting with D-Von in the WWE. Earlier this year, he arrived in Ring of Honor wrestling, where he captured the Six-Man Tag Team Championship with the Briscoe brothers, Jay and Mark. Bully and the Briscoes have the opportunity to reclaim their championship at the upcoming Death Before Dishonor XV Pay-Per-View, which originates from Sam’s Town Live right here in Las Vegas on September 22.

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Death Before Dishonor should be a good show, to say the least.

Hometown Hero Kenny King Preps for the Fight of His Career – Vegas Seven

My latest for Vegas Seven is a pair of interview with ROH wrestlers. The first I’m sharing today is with Kenny King:

Kenny King has shown the world many faces: aspiring sports entertainer, reality show contestant, multiple-time wrestling champion. A participant on the WWE-produced Tough Enough and cast member of the most recent season of The Bachelorette, the two-time TNA Wrestling X-Division champion is currently with Ring of Honor. At their Death Before Dishonor Pay-Per-View on September 22, he challenges Japanese sensation Yujiro Kushida for the Ring of Honor World Television Championship. The Las Vegas resident takes a few moments to reflect on his career, his adopted hometown and giving back.

Read more: Hometown Hero Kenny King Preps for the Fight of His Career – Vegas Seven

Very interesting guy. Amusing coincidence: we both apparently moved to Las Vegas in the same year.

ROH Stars on 15th Anniversary Show in Vegas Seven

If you’re a Ring of Honor fan, you should like this. In advance of this Friday’s PPV and Saturday’s TV Tapings, I’ve got interviews with three prominent ROH personalities: Adam Cole, the reigning ROH champion; Christopher Daniels, his challenger; and Joe Koff, ROH COO:

On March 10, the company, which bills itself as providing “the best wrestling on the planet,” is holding its 15th anniversary show. Available on pay-per-view for those who can’t make it to Boulder Highway, the show’s main event will feature “Almighty” Christopher Daniels, who wrestled in the first main event of the first Ring of Honor card, squaring off against world champion Adam Cole. Should Daniels prevail, the “Ring General” will capture his first ROH world championship.

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Here are the links to the interviews

Adam Cole

Christopher Daniels

Joe Koff

Three very different personalities, to say the least. It was great to ask each of them (roughly) seven questions and get their very different perspectives on this weekend.

Each of the three had one thing in common, though: a deep, deep passion for wrestling. These guys absolutely love what they do, and it shows.

If you are in Las Vegas, I highly recommend checking out ROH this weekend at Sam’s Town. And if you’ve got time on Sunday, FSW is running a show there that is sure to be excellent as well.

So far we’ve had a WWE event that saw Bayley capture her first women’s championship and the heartbreaking end to Chris Jericho’s Festival of Friendship. ROH is putting on two solid nights this week, and FSW and other local organizations are showing great talent too. It is shaping up to be a very good year for professional wrestling fans in Las Vegas.