Kota Ibushi and Hangman Page go one on one at Supercard of Honor.
On April 7th, Ring of Honor will be hosting Supercard of Honor XII which already features several marquee matchups and championship bouts. Today, Ring of Honor announced Kota Ibushi will continue his feud with Bullet Club and take on Adam "Hangman" Page.
The announcement came via twitter and the Ring of Honor Website.
The following is an excerpt from the press release on ROHWrestling.com.
Since 2008, Ibushi became one of the all-time great junior heavyweights, winning the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship three times and formed an alliance that has extended beyond friendship with Kenny Omega in a team called the Golden Lovers. The duo became one of the all-time great Jr. Heavyweight Teams. As Ibushi and Omega gained more experience, both men moved to the heavyweight division, and Ibushi won the 2015 New Japan Cup and had classic bouts against Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, and more in New Japan.
Omega and Ibushi would rarely cross paths once “The Cleaner” joined Bullet Club but the two seemingly remained in each other’s thoughts, as evident in interviews. As question marks began to engulf Bullet Club, Omega heroically saved Ibushi at New Year Dash when Omega’s rival Cody looked to permanently injure Ibushi with a chair, seemingly as a way to send a message to Omega a night after Ibushi defeated Cody at Wrestle Kingdom. Ibushi and Omega embraced as fans shed tears of joy with the Golden Lovers reuniting.
With Bullet Club seemingly fracturing before our eyes, Cody and Omega can trust very few of some of their former most-trusted allies. For Omega, Ibushi, although not a Bullet Club member, has reemerged in his life as someone he can trust with anything. For Cody, the only member of Bullet Club that has fully-embraced #TeamCody in this Civil War is Adam Page. These two will meet at Supercard of Honor!