Updated ROH Best In The World Poster On iN DEMAND’s Website, Debut Confirmed



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- The website of PPV provider iN DEMAND who are one of the providers selling ROH’s first live PPV, Best In The World, on June 22, is promoting it with an updated poster, one which features Frankie Kazarian. While the general consensus was that the returning Christopher Daniels was speaking of Kazarian, his Bad Influence tag team partner in TNA, in the vignette which aired at the end of War of the Worlds, ROH have not promoted Kazarian because his TNA contract hadn’t expired when they announced Daniels’ return. Instead they went around the issue and had Kazarian appear with a “censored” logo over his face, as to not create any legal issues with TNA. You can see the thumbnail of the updated Best In The World poster below.

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