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Weekend of Thunder: Night One was a wrestling show held by Ring of Honor. It took place on November 5, 2004 in Revere, Massachusetts. The show was named in honor of Japanese wrestling icon Jushin “Thunder” Liger, who was appearing on both shows that weekend.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Jimmy Rave (w/ The Embassy) defeated Ace Steel (11:18)
- Homicide (w/The Rottweilers) defeated Angeldust (w/ Special K), Fast Eddie and Dunn in a Four Corners Survival Match (11:51)
- The Carnage Crew (HC Loc & Tony DeVito) defeated Dan Maff & BJ Whitmer (7:51)
- Low Ki (w/ The Rottweilers) defeated Chad Collyer (17:35)
- John Walters & Nigel McGuinness defeated Samoa Joe & Jay Lethal (18:10)
- The Outcast Killers (Diablo Santiago & Oman Tortuga) (w/ Prince Nana) defeated Davey Andrews & Shane Hagadorn (3:33)
- Austin Aries defeated CM Punk (22:47)
- The Rottweilers (Ricky Reyes & Rocky Romero) (w/ Homicide) defeated Generation Next (Roderick Strong & Jack Evans) to retain the ROH Tag Team Championship (17:46)
- Jushin Liger defeated Bryan Danielson (18:35)
|2004 Ring of Honor Events|
The Battle Lines are Drawn • The Last Stand • Second Anniversary Show • Do or Die II • At Our Best • Reborn (Stage One) • Reborn (Stage Two) • Round Robin Challenge III • Generation Next • World Title Classic • Survival of the Fittest • Reborn: Completion • Death before Dishonor 2: Part One • Death before Dishonor 2: Part Two • Testing the Limit • Scramble Cage Melee • Glory by Honor 3 • Midnight Express Reunion • Gold • Joe vs. Punk II • Weekend of Thunder (Night One) • Weekend of Thunder (Night Two) • All-Star Extravaganza 2 • Final Battle