-- Christopher Daniels is OK after hitting his head and getting busted open last night at the ROH 9th Anniversary i-PPV. The finish that they ran on the show was basically the same one they were going to work, but slightly improvised. Daniels was going to hit his head on the guardrail after the match, giving the excuse for turning down the five extra minutes. Jim Cornette came out on PPV and announced that that they would not do the five extra minutes. Daniels and Eddie Edwards fought to a 30-minute draw in a 2 of 3 falls match, that was for Daniels' TV title. That match and the entire i-PPV was said to have been just awesome. Check out a replay if you've got a few extra bucks to spare.
-- Jim Cornette announced last night that Ring Of Honor's iPPV will be the WrestleMania weekend shows on April 1st and 2nd. The April 1st show will have Christopher Daniels taking on the ROH World Champion, as well as the Kings of Wrestling and Haas and Benjamin facing each other for the ROH World Tag Team Title.
-- We posted the full results from last night's ROH show right here on WrestlingINC.com.
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