Sienna Wins Shine Title, Justin Roberts On His "All In" Experience, Jeff Cobb - ROH

- Above is a clip of Jeff Cobb interrupting a Top Prospect match on ROH TV and showing off his strength by taking down Eli Isom. Cobb made his ROH debut at the latest TV tapings.

- Yesterday at Shine 53, former Impact Knockouts Champion Sienna (Allysin Kay) won the Shine Championship by defeating Mercedes Martinez in the finals of an eight-woman tournament to crown a new champion. The title was vacant due to LuFisto relinquishing the title.


- On Instagram, former WWE Ring Announcer Justin Roberts wrote a love letter about his experience at "All In" and called it the greatest night of his 22 year career. Roberts apparently was sick the week of the show and was only about 60% by the time he had to call the event. He gave thanks to the fans for chanting his name and also to Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks.

"The amazing show had something for everyone. By the end, I proudly watched Cody & the Bucks stand in the middle of the ring & take in what they created. They are genuine, down to earth - good people. They put this entire event together & made it special. Not only did their fans stay for a 5 hr show, but when it ended, no one left. They were so respectful all night. They were so appreciative all night. Most of all, they were entertained & went home happy.
For that, I say thank you."

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All in: A love letter to pro wrestling. My love letter to #AllIn, greatest night of my 22 yr career: After abruptly leaving the world of packed arenas where I did the best job I was allowed to do, under a microscope-I never thought I'd have an opportunity to freely do it just 1 more time. All In gave me that opportunity. @Americannightmarecody @nickjacksonyb & @mattjacksonyb weren't running a show about being the bosses. They just wanted to give wrestling fans a show they'd enjoy. This wasn't about us vs them, but rather offering an alternative. I became a fan of "Being The Elite" on YouTube-Consistent characters & storylines there/NJPW/ROH. This show was the culmination of that & so much more. It gave a giant platform to the TALENTED folks who independently perform & entertain all over the world, every weekend. As the event neared, I spent hours talking w/ my co-announcer/friend Bobby Cruise about our plans & overall excitement. So many nights I'd try to sleep, only to have my mind takeover-envisioning what it would be like to stand in the middle of that ring. Week of the show, I got sick & my throat was shot. Dr gave me antibiotics & steroids(Not that kind). I didn't talk for a few days, but going into the show-I was maybe 60%. I entered the ring & was shocked/overwhelmed w/ emotion when the fans chanted my name. The show isn't about me-I know that. But for a brief moment, the feeling of appreciation after all these years meant more than the crowd will ever know. I also read every tweet that came through & was blown away by the unbelievably kind words. I forgot about my throat. All I could think about was the bosses & the freedom/trust in me to introduce the stars as stars. The amazing show had something for everyone. By the end, I proudly watched Cody & the Bucks stand in the middle of the ring & take in what they created. They are genuine, down to earth-GOOD people. They put this entire event together & made it special. Not only did their fans stay for a 5 hr show, but when it ended, no one left. They were so respectful all night. They were so appreciative all night. Most of all, they were entertained & went home happy. For that, I say thank you.

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