Honorable Mention: Punishment Martinez: His Sit-Out Chokeslam is awesome and with Kevin Sullivan and BJ Whitmer by his side, he’s going to be a force.
5: Silas Young: His win over GHC Heavyweight Tag Team Champion Toru Yano wasn’t a sexy one, but it keeps his momentum on the upswing with the ROH’s wild ring to All-Star Extravaganza continuing. One of ROH’s toughest brawlers, Young is stuck in the middle of the card, but that doesn’t mean he won’t find his way out eventually.
4: Bobby Fish: Donovan Dijak is on a roll, but Fish is one of the most talented and charismatic performers in ROH. Ensuring that legitimacy stays with the TV Title following Jay Lethal’s wonderful run with the belt, Fish’s ability to prove he’s more than a tag performer the last few months has quickly made him a hot commodity.
3: Jay Lethal: Tetsuya Naito made a big mistake picking a fight with Lethal. At All-Star Extravangza, Lethal will get a much-needed victory and get himself back in the ROH World title picture.
2: Michael Elgin: “Unbreakable” has proven time and time he is just that. But can the former ROH Champion defeat Cole and The Bullet Club? Tag Team action is one thing, but singles action may be another.
1: Adam Cole: How could you not love the intensity Cole brings on the mic? Cocky and confident, Cole and The Bullet Club have made ROH viable again and if they and Cole keep this up, they’ll pull TNA out of the #2 spot.