Team DIY came together at a time when there wasn’t much they could except bind together and form a unit. These two fantastic independent workers formed #DIY and quickly ascended to the top of the NXT tag team division.
Ever since they lost the top tag team spot in NXT at Takeover: San Antonio, there have been many schools of thought as to what is next for Team DIY.
A lot of fans want to see this amazing team jump to the main roster, whereas some could see them splitting up and having a great feud. Remember how spectacular these two were when they faced off against each other during the Cruiserweight Classic?
Well, #DIY are still a unit and they decided to celebrate their own Festival of Friendship but instead of smashing someone through a pane of glass, they rode Space Mountain. Not Ric Flair’s Space Mountain either, the actual Disney theme park ride. Professional wrestling can get confusing with connotations.
Festival of Friendship: Space Mountain edition. pic.twitter.com/4wJt1wicrI
— Johnny Gargano (@JohnnyGargano) March 19, 2017
The ROH Supercard of Honor XI show in Lakeland, Florida just got a little less super, although it’s still going to be a fantastic show. Ring of Honor officially announced they were forced to cancel the Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Toshi-Hashi due to delays in US visa processing.
However, they have made up for it in a big way because they’re recruiting former IWGP Tag Team Champions The Guerrillas of Destiny to join Hangman Page in a six-man tag match against The Briscoe Brothers and Bully Ray.
Therefore, don’t cancel your plans on April 1st if you planned on watching Ring Of Honor, because this company is still going to be bringing a primo show at Supercard of Honor XI.