5/14 ROH TV taping spoilers: Full results of upcoming television shows from the “War of the Worlds” tapings (spoilers)

We are looking for reports on all WWE, NXT, Impact Wrestling, ROH, Evolve, and other notable live events. If you attend a show, you are encouraged to send a report or even basic results to dotnetjason@gmail.com

Ring of Honor TV taping
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 2300 Arena
Report by Dot Net reader Michael L. Hottle

Sold Out House + Standing Room Only

Dark Match: The Tempura Boyz (Sho & Yohei) defeated Coast 2 Coast (Leon St. Giovanni & Shaheem Ali) by pinfall.

Episode One

The show opens with a promo from The Young Bucks and Hangman Page. They announce it’s a new era in the Bullet Club and welcome Marty Scurll to the ring. Marty talked about how stupid Adam Cole was at the War of the Worlds PPV. He asked, “Who’s ready to have tea time with Marty?” Adam Cole interrupted asking, “Why have a tea party with Marty when you can have story time with Adam Cole?” Cole declared himself as the franchise player in the company. Page then says he’s going to run Adam Cole out of the company…

1. Josh Woods defeated David Starr. Woods won by submission with a rolling knee bar

Silas Young and The Beer City Bruiser come to the ring for a promo. Silas mocked Jay Lethal for being the franchise and asks what makes him special or better than him? Silas says he beat him clean in the ring in Milwaukee and claims he has his number. Lethal interrupted, walking down to the ring, saying this isn’t a company where we talk about our problems. This is a company where we fight. Silas informs Lethal, “You don’t get what you want. You get what I give you” as the Bruiser sneaks up on Lethal from behind and the next match begins. Silas joins the commentary team.

2. Jay Lethal beat Beer City Bruiser by DQ. Lethal won by DQ after Silas interferes. A beat down from both men commenced on Lethal as Bobby Fish ran in for the save.

Cody came to the ring and blamed ROH management for not wanting a guy like him, a guy without an ROH contract, to be their world champion. Kazarian came out, presumably early and by accident, as Cody continued his lengthy rant. He turned his attention to Colt Cabana on commentary asking what he said at the War of the Worlds PPV. Eventually, Cody pointed out that Colt stated Lethal’s shoulders were down flat on the mat when Cody had him in the figure four and the referee didn’t do his job ignoring a pin.

3. Cody defeated Kazarian. Cody won with CrossRhodes. Hangman Page came down and they double team Kazarian. Christopher Daniels runs in for the save.

Women of Honor: Gabi Ortiz & Sumi Sakai defeated Tasha Steelz & “Bonesaw” Jessie Brooks after Sumi pinned Tasha following a northern lights suplex

Episode Two

1. War Machine defeated Will Ferrera & Cheeseburger by pinfall. War Machine cut a promo talking about their IWGP tag title reign and then challenged The Young Bucks.

2. BUSHI, Sanada, EVIL, and Naito defeated Mark Briscoe, Jay Briscoe, Bully Ray, and Dalton Castle. Bushi nailed Mark Briscoe in the face with mist and Naito capitalized for the win.

3. Hangman Page defeated Adam Cole. Lots of “Thank you Adam” chants before the bell. Page won by pinfall following two reverse Tombstone Piledrivers. Following the match, Page pushed referee Todd Sinclair down, took his belt, and began whipping Cole. Kazarian ran in for the save. Page and Kazarian quickly vacate the ring area. “Thank you Adam” chants broke out again throughout the arena. As Cole raised his hand thanking the fans, Marty Scurll attacked Cole from behind. Marty said he just stole his moment like he did at the War of the Worlds PPV. It was then announced that the non-televised main event of the evening would be Marty Scurll vs. Adam Cole in a Philadelphia Street Fight.

Intermission

Women of Honor: Kelly Klein defeated Jenny Rose by submission with a dragon sleeper

Episode Three

1. Roppongi Vice & “The Kentucky Gentleman” Chuckie T (Chuck Taylor) defeated Hangman Page & The Young Bucks. Taylor pinned Matt Jackson

2. Rhett Titus and Shane Taylor (w/ Caprice Coleman) fought Jay White & Jonathan Gresham to an apparent no-contest. The match appeared to be a no contest after Kenny King and the Motor City Machine Guns interfered. King attacked Gresham first directly in front of the ref but let the action go. There was no official announcement. After the melee, the babyfaces stood in the ring and challenged The Rebellion to a match at the next pay-per-view on June 23. They declared that the losing team must disband. So the match was set – Search & Destroy vs. The Rebellion at ROH Best in the World.

3. Kushida defeated Marty Scurll to win the ROH TV Title. Kushida won by pinfall after Adam Cole came to the ring dressed as Marty Scurll, distracted Marty, and then Kushida capitalized for the win becoming the new ROH TV champ.

Episode Four (TV Episode 300)

1. Silas Young and The Beer City Bruiser defeated Bobby Fish and Jay Lethal. Silas scored the pin on Lethal.

2. Vinny Marseglia and Matt Taven (w/TK O’Ryan) defeated The Boys (w/Dalton Castle). Following the match, Mark Briscoe entered the ring and confronted Castle in what was a heated verbal exchange. Jay Briscoe came down to intervene followed by Bully Ray. After talking him down, Mark left through the crowd.

3. Punishment Martinez defeated Joey “Diesel” Daddiego. Martinez destroyed Daddiego and won in under two minutes.

Cody comes out to join the commentary team

4. Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Gedo, Goto, & Will Ospreay. Daniels nailed Gedo with the Best Moonsault Ever for the win. Following the match, Tanahashi vacated the area. Hangman Page and Cody attacked Daniels and Kazarian.

ROH Web Exclusive – Philadelphia Street Fight

1. Marty Scurll defeated Adam Cole. Scurl won with the chicken wing after countless interference from The Bullet Club. THere were “Thank you Adam”, “Please Don’t Go”, & “Speech” chants before Cole asked, “Who’s ready for story time with Adam Cole baybay?” A “We will miss you” rang out. Cole then delivered his farewell address to the ROH crowd.

“I fell in love with pro wrestling at the young age of nine years old and I was infatuated with guys like “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and The Rock and all the countless superstars that I saw. But what really made me decide that I wanted to be a professional wrestler was Ring of Honor. [applause]

I’ve said this countless times and it’s the truth, this place, not just the locker room, not just the camera men, not just the referees, but all of you, we are one big, giant family. The love and respect that each and every one of you have shown me is the reason I can stand before you here today nine years a pro wrestler, three times a world champion traveling the globe because you guys thought I was good enough. No matter what happens going forward, I just want each and every one of you to know that I deeply love you and Ring of Honor will always be my home. And I’ll end it with this, since she’s here, Mom, Happy Mother’s Day!”

Cole’s music hit as the crowd applauded. Cole held up his index finger indicating “one more time”. Cole bent down and threw ‘em up as the crowd let out a thunderous, “ADAM COLE BAYBAY!!!” The crowd chants “Thank you Adam” as he departed to end the show.

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5/14 ROH TV taping spoilers: Full results of upcoming television shows from the “War of the Worlds” tapings (spoilers)

We are looking for reports on all WWE, NXT, Impact Wrestling, ROH, Evolve, and other notable live events. If you attend a show, you are encouraged to send a report or even basic results to dotnetjason@gmail.com

Ring of Honor TV taping
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 2300 Arena
Report by Dot Net reader Michael L. Hottle

Sold Out House + Standing Room Only

Dark Match: The Tempura Boyz (Sho & Yohei) defeated Coast 2 Coast (Leon St. Giovanni & Shaheem Ali) by pinfall.

Episode One

The show opens with a promo from The Young Bucks and Hangman Page. They announce it’s a new era in the Bullet Club and welcome Marty Scurll to the ring. Marty talked about how stupid Adam Cole was at the War of the Worlds PPV. He asked, “Who’s ready to have tea time with Marty?” Adam Cole interrupted asking, “Why have a tea party with Marty when you can have story time with Adam Cole?” Cole declared himself as the franchise player in the company. Page then says he’s going to run Adam Cole out of the company…

1. Josh Woods defeated David Starr. Woods won by submission with a rolling knee bar

Silas Young and The Beer City Bruiser come to the ring for a promo. Silas mocked Jay Lethal for being the franchise and asks what makes him special or better than him? Silas says he beat him clean in the ring in Milwaukee and claims he has his number. Lethal interrupted, walking down to the ring, saying this isn’t a company where we talk about our problems. This is a company where we fight. Silas informs Lethal, “You don’t get what you want. You get what I give you” as the Bruiser sneaks up on Lethal from behind and the next match begins. Silas joins the commentary team.

2. Jay Lethal beat Beer City Bruiser by DQ. Lethal won by DQ after Silas interferes. A beat down from both men commenced on Lethal as Bobby Fish ran in for the save.

Cody came to the ring and blamed ROH management for not wanting a guy like him, a guy without an ROH contract, to be their world champion. Kazarian came out, presumably early and by accident, as Cody continued his lengthy rant. He turned his attention to Colt Cabana on commentary asking what he said at the War of the Worlds PPV. Eventually, Cody pointed out that Colt stated Lethal’s shoulders were down flat on the mat when Cody had him in the figure four and the referee didn’t do his job ignoring a pin.

3. Cody defeated Kazarian. Cody won with CrossRhodes. Hangman Page came down and they double team Kazarian. Christopher Daniels runs in for the save.

Women of Honor: Gabi Ortiz & Sumi Sakai defeated Tasha Steelz & “Bonesaw” Jessie Brooks after Sumi pinned Tasha following a northern lights suplex

Episode Two

1. War Machine defeated Will Ferrera & Cheeseburger by pinfall. War Machine cut a promo talking about their IWGP tag title reign and then challenged The Young Bucks.

2. BUSHI, Sanada, EVIL, and Naito defeated Mark Briscoe, Jay Briscoe, Bully Ray, and Dalton Castle. Bushi nailed Mark Briscoe in the face with mist and Naito capitalized for the win.

3. Hangman Page defeated Adam Cole. Lots of “Thank you Adam” chants before the bell. Page won by pinfall following two reverse Tombstone Piledrivers. Following the match, Page pushed referee Todd Sinclair down, took his belt, and began whipping Cole. Kazarian ran in for the save. Page and Kazarian quickly vacate the ring area. “Thank you Adam” chants broke out again throughout the arena. As Cole raised his hand thanking the fans, Marty Scurll attacked Cole from behind. Marty said he just stole his moment like he did at the War of the Worlds PPV. It was then announced that the non-televised main event of the evening would be Marty Scurll vs. Adam Cole in a Philadelphia Street Fight.

Intermission

Women of Honor: Kelly Klein defeated Jenny Rose by submission with a dragon sleeper

Episode Three

1. Roppongi Vice & “The Kentucky Gentleman” Chuckie T (Chuck Taylor) defeated Hangman Page & The Young Bucks. Taylor pinned Matt Jackson

2. Rhett Titus and Shane Taylor (w/ Caprice Coleman) fought Jay White & Jonathan Gresham to an apparent no-contest. The match appeared to be a no contest after Kenny King and the Motor City Machine Guns interfered. King attacked Gresham first directly in front of the ref but let the action go. There was no official announcement. After the melee, the babyfaces stood in the ring and challenged The Rebellion to a match at the next pay-per-view on June 23. They declared that the losing team must disband. So the match was set – Search & Destroy vs. The Rebellion at ROH Best in the World.

3. Kushida defeated Marty Scurll to win the ROH TV Title. Kushida won by pinfall after Adam Cole came to the ring dressed as Marty Scurll, distracted Marty, and then Kushida capitalized for the win becoming the new ROH TV champ.

Episode Four (TV Episode 300)

1. Silas Young and The Beer City Bruiser defeated Bobby Fish and Jay Lethal. Silas scored the pin on Lethal.

2. Vinny Marseglia and Matt Taven (w/TK O’Ryan) defeated The Boys (w/Dalton Castle). Following the match, Mark Briscoe entered the ring and confronted Castle in what was a heated verbal exchange. Jay Briscoe came down to intervene followed by Bully Ray. After talking him down, Mark left through the crowd.

3. Punishment Martinez defeated Joey “Diesel” Daddiego. Martinez destroyed Daddiego and won in under two minutes.

Cody comes out to join the commentary team

4. Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Gedo, Goto, & Will Ospreay. Daniels nailed Gedo with the Best Moonsault Ever for the win. Following the match, Tanahashi vacated the area. Hangman Page and Cody attacked Daniels and Kazarian.

ROH Web Exclusive – Philadelphia Street Fight

1. Marty Scurll defeated Adam Cole. Scurl won with the chicken wing after countless interference from The Bullet Club. THere were “Thank you Adam”, “Please Don’t Go”, & “Speech” chants before Cole asked, “Who’s ready for story time with Adam Cole baybay?” A “We will miss you” rang out. Cole then delivered his farewell address to the ROH crowd.

“I fell in love with pro wrestling at the young age of nine years old and I was infatuated with guys like “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and The Rock and all the countless superstars that I saw. But what really made me decide that I wanted to be a professional wrestler was Ring of Honor. [applause]

I’ve said this countless times and it’s the truth, this place, not just the locker room, not just the camera men, not just the referees, but all of you, we are one big, giant family. The love and respect that each and every one of you have shown me is the reason I can stand before you here today nine years a pro wrestler, three times a world champion traveling the globe because you guys thought I was good enough. No matter what happens going forward, I just want each and every one of you to know that I deeply love you and Ring of Honor will always be my home. And I’ll end it with this, since she’s here, Mom, Happy Mother’s Day!”

Cole’s music hit as the crowd applauded. Cole held up his index finger indicating “one more time”. Cole bent down and threw ‘em up as the crowd let out a thunderous, “ADAM COLE BAYBAY!!!” The crowd chants “Thank you Adam” as he departed to end the show.

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