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The W - Pro Wrestling - What are the best ROH DVD's to buy?
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I just ordered the VHS versions of Dragon and Champ Joe($6 is one hell of a deal for a tight wad like me) and was wondering what Best of DVDsyou guys would recommend and what regular ROH DVD's you would recommend.



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Everyone who reads this should order Manhattan Mayhem.

Seriously. It's unbelievable.



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If you haven't seen it, get the first Round Robin Challenge. Low Ki vs. American Dragon by itself is worth whatever you're paying for the tape. One of my favorite matches ever, from any promotion.





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The first year of ROH was full of "big" indy matches with not much in the way of storylines or great face/heel dynamics. There's some really great matches from the year but even most of the good shows from this period have one or two good to great matches and a lot of crap. Then the second year started to evolve into...

The magical 2004 yaaaay! More storylines and face/heel stuff without getting in the way of good wrestling. Also, the shows are generally more consistant in quality up and down the card. I think a good place to start is ROH Reborn Stages 1 or 2, which happened not too long after Rob Feinstein got ousted from the company over being a perv. You can probably just get every show from that point on in order as most are at least good, plus the company's shows become more episodic from there.

From what I hear ROH in 2005 has been more consistant in quality than ever up and down the cards, but without the level of super great blow away matches like in 2004 (Punk/Joe trilogy, the original Homicide/Dragon match, Aries/Dragon I and II, Aries/Joe I).
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i heard Joe Aries II was good.



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