Ring of honor
Date: January 22, 2020
Location: 2300 Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Commenters: Ian Riccaboni, Caprice Coleman, Brian Zane
Hosts: Ian Riccaboni, Quinn McKay
We are still dealing with the Final Battle Fallout and that means things should get interesting around here sooner or later. The last shows have done very little to increase my interest after pay per view, but maybe they can change things around here. I mean, I wouldn't bet on that, but weirder things have happened. Let's do it.
We open with a look at Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham winning the Tag Team titles in Final Battle.
The hosts welcome us to the show, which will focus on the tag teams.
Gorillas against Dalton Castle / Joe Hendry
We have the Honor Code to start before Milonas pushes Hendry several times. Back from a break with Castle entering and promising to hit Bruiser. Castle can't do much, so Bruiser starts beating him and starts biting. The Bouncers go to New Zealand with a battering ram but Hendry lowers Milonas to the ground. Bruiser even climbs all the way and plunges into all three for the big accident and the well-deserved reaction. On his way back, Milonas's knockout hit Hendry twice, but Bruiser loses his hip attack in the corner.
That means that Castle can return to Brux suplex for two and Hendry adds a knock down. Castle doesn't seem to like Hendry getting in again so Bruiser can push Hendry, allowing the label to warm Milonas. Everything breaks but Castle saves Hendry from Last Call. That lasts a few seconds before Castle is sent outside, leaving Hendry to take the last call for the pin at 9:07.
Outcome: Gorillas b. Dalton Castle / Joe Hendry – Last call to Hendry (9:07)
Ian and Quinn show the rest of the show.
Master & Machine against Brian Johnson / PJ Black
Johnson tells Black to leave to start, which is not a good way to talk to his new mentor. Black is tagged anyway and fans are quite behind him. However, the machine hits it and it is Johnson who re-labels it. Everything breaks and Black kicks everyone until we take a break.
Back with Johnson holding Master in an abdominal stretch, although Johnson won't let him grab the rope. The middle splash of Johnson's rope has two, but Black kicks his feet off the ropes. The hot tag brings Machine to clean the house with an Oklahoma Stampede and a spear that gives Johnson two. The upper elbow of the Master's rope gets the same but Black runs over Machine. A super kick to the Master establishes a fall of Johnson's fist for the pin at 5:53.
Outcome: Brian Johnson / PJ Black b. Master and machine – Fist fall to the master (5:53)
Brian Zane gives us his 5 best tag teams in the history of Ring of Honor, which is headed by the Briscoes.
2 Guys 1 Tag vs. Briscoes
For the # 1 contender and that would be Josh Woods / Silas Young. A long game of Rock Paper Scissors means that Woods starts against Mark and the latter makes the mistake of becoming a fan against the former NCAA champion. It's a beating for Mark and we take a break. Back with Young hammering Mark and pulling two off one shoulder.
However, Jay is tired of waiting and comes to receive a strong forearm to Woods and Young to knock them both out. That means Mark can hit a trampoline jump and we settle for Jay hitting Young. However, Jay carries a raised boot and a blind tag allows Woods to enter for a Saito suplex.
Another suplex in a slingshot thread gets two and we take another break. Back with Mark getting the hot tag to enter and clean the house. The Rock Bottom Supplement drops Woods and Brainbuster Young plants. Woods counteracts the frog's bow in a crossed bracelet that quickly breaks with Woods being sent to the rope boot in the face.
Redneck Boogie gets two in Woods and Mark kicks Young in the face again. However, Woods superplex marks the top and everyone is a bit down. They return to the four-way fight with the Briscoes making the best of things. The Final Judgment Device is loaded, but here are Lethal and Gresham to be distracted, so Woods can Rolling Chaos Theory Mark for the pin at 15:14.
Outcome: 2 Boys 1 Label b. Briscoes – Rolling Chaos Theory to Mark (15:14)
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for more than thirty years and has watched more than 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling critic since 2009 with more than 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his job at kbwrestlingreviews.comor check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books. His latest book is KB & # 39; s Complete 2004 Monday Night Raw Reviews.
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