2) Jay Lethal: Remember when this guy kept hitting the glass ceiling in TNA? After leaving TNA and making a return to Ring of Honor, Lethal was rejuvenated. He has been on a massive roll and is the only two time Television Champion in company history. He's in the midst of a heel run that I didn't think he had in him. Granted, the Book of Truth stuff is a bit tired now, but Lethal continues to shine. It wasn't the cleanest of wins at the 13th Anniversary Show, but a win over someone like Alberto El Patron still means something. It was a pretty obvious outcome since El Patron has limited dates but it was still big for Lethal.
4) Jay Briscoe: When I first became a fan of ROH, the Briscoes were on a tear. I always saw Jay as the brother with higher potential. Fast forward some years and while others have left for greener pastures, Jay and Mark remained loyal. Jay would go on to not only win the ROH World Title, but join Austin Aries as the only two time winners. At the 13th Anniversary Show, he successfully retained his belt against three tough challengers. It wasn't a main event that I loved by any means, but it was still solid stuff. Jay has been THE constant in Ring of Honor and is always there to deliver for the company, which he did again on their 13th anniversary. Don't be surprised if you see Jay Briscoe make this list a lot more over the rest of the year as he looks to be a fixture and focal point for Ring of Honor for a long time coming.
5) AJ Styles: You see that picture on the left? That's a group of "TNA Originals" that have all left after being spurned by the company. This was taken before the 13th Anniversary Show last night. The focus here is on AJ Styles. The guy who used to bleed TNA more than anyone. Since leaving there, he has experienced a career resurgence, having good to great matches all over and becoming a two time IWGP Heavyweight Champion. As the current champion, he went to ROH last night and faced ACH in an interesting matchup. I haven't seen as much of ACH as I'd like but he impressed me here and more than held his own with one of the best in the world. He just slightly missed out on this list. That being said, the IWGP Champion wasn't about to take a pinfall loss and Styles came out as a winner. I look forward to what the rest of 2015 holds for the Phenomenal One.