After returning in April by confronting Davey Richards after a hard fought battle with Kenny King, Christopher Daniels made it known to both the wrestling world and Davey Richards that he is back in Ring of Honor to claim the title of “best in the world.” With this huge interruption, it seemed evident that a match between the two would arise in either Chicago a few weeks later or in New York the next month. However, Davey went on to challenge Roderick in Chicago and went out of the country thus missing the New York show which was named Supercard of Honor V. There, Daniels challenged Davey’s partner in Eddie Edwards and went on to beat him at that very show. The next chance in which these two would meet eye to eye was in Canada at Death Before Dishonor VIII. However, Davey challenged the then world champion Tyler Black for the belt in a losing effort. At that event, Daniels wrestled against Kenny Omega in a winning effort but only after getting injured which would cause him to miss the ROH July 2010 Triple Shot as well as two other shows in August. Daniels made his return to Ring of Honor in September for both the Plymouth show and Glory by Honor IX. Again, Davey was away from the country and had to miss both shows and had to watch Daniels wrestle against Tyler Black and Austin Aries. I should also note that Daniels did, however, appear at the HDNet tapings in Philadelphia where he would occasionally confront Davey but nothing important of to clarify upon. Now it is October, over six months after Daniels’ return and a huge match between the two has finally been booked as Chicago’s main event. With both Roderick Strong & Eddie Edwards missing this show and with this show being another A show, this match must be a special one. This is like the situation ROH was in last year when both Danielson & McGuinness left the company which caused them to pull the trigger on a heavily hyped Austin Aries vs. Davey Richards match. The company needed a match that featured two ROH stars who would put on an amazing match that would have fans forget about the two that jumped ships. Fast forward a year later and here we are, Tyler Black is gone from ROH and now that the roster is as slim as ever, two men need to step up and hit one out of the ballpark to get the name of ROH out in the open and make those letters mean something. This, indeed, is that match that has the best chance to do so. It’s just quite simple, this has to deliver.