6/11 ROH in Hopkins, Minnesota results: Tag Wars Night One, Dalton Castle vs. Juice Robinson (a/k/a CJ Parker), Alex Shelley vs. ACH, Michael Elgin vs. Kamaitachi

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Ring of Honor
Hopkins, Minnesota at the Eisenhower Community Center
Report by Dot Net reader Jason Biagi and Dot Net Member Nathan Timm (combined report)

The crowd was smaller than the last show in Hopkins with Nathan estimating around 700 in attendance.

Dark match: Danny Duggan pinned Shaheem Ali.

Kevin Kelly announced that Adam Cole was hospitalized with pneumonia and was unable to compete and that BJ Whitmer would be confronted by Steve Corino later in the card.

1. Dalton Castle pinned Juice Robinson (formerly CJ Parker from NXT) after a Bang-A-Rang.

Bobby Fish hosted a Fish Tank segment with Dalton Castle. Comedy relief with The Boys foreshadowing the Fish vs. Castle TV title match at Best In The World.

2. Chris Sabin beat Will Ferrara (replacing Adam Cole) after a Cradle Shock.

Christopher Daniels joined Kelly & Whitmer on commentary.

3. Silas Young and Beer City Bruiser beat War Machine and Lio Rush & Moose in a Tag Wars match. Young hit Rush with Misery and Bruiser crushed Rush with a frog splash for the win. Young and Bruiser advance in the Tag Wars tournament. Rush was very impressive.

4. ACH pinned Alex Shelley after a 450 splash.


Steve Corino confronted BJ Whitmer and sent a Kevin Sullivan style threat to BJ Whitmer,warning children not to watch their Fight Without Honor at BITW.

5. Donovan Dijak (w/Prince Nana) beat Cheeseburger after Feast Your Eyes.

Frankie Kazarian joined Kelly and Whitmer on commentary.

6. Rhett Titus and Kenny King beat RPG Vice (Rocky Romero & Berretta) and The Young Bucks in a Tag Wars match. King stole the pin on Berretta after the Bucks hit the Meltzer Driver. King and Titus advance in the Tag Wars tournament. By the way, the superkick count was 15.

7. Michael Elgin beat Kamaitachi after a repeated Elgin Bomb. Nathan felt this was the best match of the night and noted that it’s probably the best Elgin match he’s seen.

Christopher Daniels came out, insulted Hopkins, and sat in on commentary again.

8. Jay and Mark Briscoe beat Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly and Jay Lethal & Roderick Strong in a Tag Wars match. The Young Bucks superkicked Lethal at ringside causing a distracted Strong to fall victim to the Jay Driller. The Briscoes advance in the Tag Wars tournament.

No Truth Martini or Stokely Hathaway.


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