By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
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Ring of Honor TV taping
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 2300 Arena
Results courtesy of PWInsider.com
1. ROH TV Champion Jeff Cobb beat The Luchasaurus.
2. Sumie Sakai and Jenny Rose defeated Twisted Sisterz.
3. Kelly Klein beat Nikki Adamse to retain the WOH Championship.
Christopher Daniel delivered a farewell promo. Joe Koff came out and offered Daniels a new ROH contract, but Shane Taylor attacked Daniels and tore up the contract.
4. Dalton Castle defeated Flip Gordon, Marty Scurll, and Chris Sabin in a four-way to earn an ROH Title shot.
5. Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Tracy Williams.
6. Britt Baker and Madison Rayne beat Twisted Sisterz.
7. The Briscoes defeated Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky to retain the ROH Tag Titles.
Marty Scurll was attacked by The Kingdom. The lights were turned off and when they turned on again Brody King was in the ring. Rinse and repeat with PCO appearing the second time. Scurll, King, and PCO cleared The Kingdom from the ring. Scurll announced the trio as Villain Enterprises.
8. Eli Isom (w/Ryan Nova) over Facade in a tournament match to determine the No. 1 contender for the ROH TV Title.
9. Rush beat TK O’Ryan.
NWA Champion Nick Aldis and Camille sat in on commentary.
10. Juice Robinson beat PJ Black by DQ.
11. Shane Taylor beat Mike Law.
12. Silas Young beat Beer City Bruiser in a No DQ match.
13. Marty Scurll, PCO, and Brody King defeated Cheeseburger, Eli Isom, and Ryan Nova. The Kingdom was scheduled for the match, but Matt Taven told Scurll’s group to earn it.
Taped for HonorClub: Jay Lethal, Flip Gordon, and Best Friends defeated The Young Bucks, Cody, and Adam Page.
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