Ring of Honor announced that the six-man tag titles changed hands at their live event on Sunday in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Young Bucks and Adam “Hangman” Page defeated Dalton Castle and The Boys to win the titles. Read more at ROHwrestling.com.
Powell’s POV: The ROH website story notes that the Bucks and Page will defend the six-man titles in any match that was previously advertised as a six-man tag title defense for Castle and The Boys. The Bullet Club now holds three of the four ROH titles with the ROH TV Championship held by Kushida being the only exception. The title change also frees up Castle, who is moving into a feud with Cody for the ROH Title based on their confrontation at the end of Saturday’s online pay-per-view. here.
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