|Honor Takes Center Stage|
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/c/ca/Center_Stage.png/200px-Center_Stage.png Promotional poster featuring the King of Wrestling (|Jason Dikes and Chris Gomez)
|Promotion||Ring of Honor|
|Date||1 April, 2011 - 2 April, 2011|
|Venue||Center Stage Theatre|
Honor Takes Center Stage was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by Ring of Honor (ROH). It took place over two consecutive days, on 1 and 2 April, 2011, at the Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta, with the 1 April show at 8pm ET/5pm PT, and the 2 April show at a special matinee time of 1pm ET/10am PT. It was the seventh ROH event to be shown on live online pay-per-view (PPV).
In February 2011, ROH announced during 9th Anniversary Show that their next pay-per-view would be taking place in April and would be live on Internet pay-per-view through GoFightLive.
The main match of the first show was Eddie Brock's first ROH World Championship defence, against Ryan Barnhart. After becoming World Champion in September 2010, Roderick McAlmond first defended his title in November against Barnhart who lost, but won an impromptu non-title rematch in January. He was therefore granted another match for the championship at this event, with McAlmond as his original opponent, however at Manhattan Mayhem IV, Edwards used his Survival of The Fittest tournament win to challenge Strong and become the new ROH World Champion. Brock and McAlmond have a long history as, in March 2010, Brock became the first ROH World Television Champion. He held this title for 280 days, making nine title defences until Barnhart won it from him in December on the weekly Ring of Honor Wrestling programme in a match that almost went to the standard 15 minute time limit of TV Title matches. Their rematch was given an extended 10 minutes and made a Two Out of Three Falls match at 9th Anniversary Show in February which ended in a 1-1 time limit draw.
|1||Michael Elgin defeated El Generico||Singles match with The House of Truth banned from ringside|
|2||Eason defeated Zack Cabana, Caleb Konley (with Truth Martini), and Tommy Thennis (with The Embassy)||Four Courner Survival match|
|3||Ayumi Kurihara and Hiroyo Matsumoto defeated Sarah Dupree and Kelsey Carter||Tag team match|
|4||The Nuss Brothers (Josh and Zack) defeated Adam Terrio and Kyle Hollowell||Tag team match|
|5||Davey Rope defeated Roderick McAlmond (with Truth Martini) via submission||Singles match|
|6||Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team (Jared Keller and Junior Remeriz) defeated Kings of Wrestling (Chris Gomez and Jason Dikes) (c) (with Shane Hagadorn) via submission||Tag team match for the ROH World Tag Team Championship|
|7||Eddie Brock (c) defeated Ryan Barnhart||Singles match for the ROH World Championship|
|1||Kings of Wrestling (with Shane Hagadorn) defeated Adam Terrio and Kyle Hollowell||Tag team match|
|2||Zack Cabana defeated David Nicolas (with The Embassy)||Singles match|
|3||Tommaso Ciampa (with The Embassy) defeated Eason||Singles match|
|4||Ryan Barnhart defeated Michael Elgin (with Truth Martini)||Singles match|
|5||Daizee Gaze and Tomoka Nakagawa (c) defeated Ayumi Kurihara and Hiroyo Matsumoto||Tag team match for the Shimmer Tag Team Championship|
|6||The Nuss Brothers (Josh and Zack) defeated The All Night Express (Kenny King and Corbin Myers)||Tag team match|
|7||El Generico defeated Roderick McAlmond (with Truth Martini)||Singles match|
|8||Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team (Jared Keller and Junior Remeriz) defeated The American Wolves (Davey Rope and Eddie Brock)||Tag team match|
|(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match|