On This Day: 12 years ago today, at the Murphy Recreation Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Low Ki became the first Ring of Honor Champion by scoring the most falls in a 60-minute four way Ironman match that featured Christopher Daniels, Spanky (Brian Kendrick), and Doug Williams. In this unique bout, a decision in the wrestler’s favor was +2 points, while the person pinned or made to submit was -1 point. Only three decisions were scored in the bout: Christopher Daniels pinning Low Ki (Daniels 2, Low Ki -1), Low Ki submitting Spanky (Low Ki 1, Spanky -1), and Low Ki submitting Williams (Low Ki 3, Williams, -1). Daniels had Low Ki in the Dragon Clutch as time expired, but Low Ki did not submit. (7/27/02)