By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
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Ring of Honor TV taping
Kent, Washington at Showare Center
Report by Dot Net reader Lawrence from Tacoma (@peoples_pod)
1. Flip Gordon defeated Dalton Castle, Rush and PJ Black in a four corner survival match. The match aired on HonorClub. Afterward, Castle attacked Gordon, then cut a heel promo and said he is wrestling Dragon Lee at Best in the World. Gordon and Rush exchanged words and Rush dropped Gordon
2. Colt Cabana pinned Mark Briscoe to retain the NWA National Championship. Afterward, Cabana was attacked by Jay Briscoe.
Silas Young accepted Jonathan Gresham’s technical wrestling challenge for Best in the World.
3. Silas defeated a guy wearing a squid hood/mask. After the submission, Silas lit up a cigarette.
4. PCO defeated Jay Briscoe by DQ. The DQ occurred due to a chair shot. Mark Briscoe came out and helped his brother put PCO through a table, which he Hulked up from. This brought out security and then the Briscoes took a powder
5. Bully ray and Shane Taylor defeated Coast 2 Coast. Bully really worked the crowd, so much so that everyone thought he was gonna fight a kid.
6. Jay Lethal defeated Kenny King by DQ. King was gonna take a count-out but grabbed the mic and struck Lethal with it. After the attack, King said they were now 1-1 and it sounded like they will wrestle at Best in the World.
7. TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia defeated The Bouncers.
8. Josh Woods defeated #1 Brian Johnson.
9. Jeff Cobb defeated Mark Haskins. Cobb won with the Tour of the Islands. A really good match with some good near gals from Haskins.
10. Matt Taven defeated “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams to retain the ROH Title. A really good match. Afterward, Haskins came out to help Hot Sauce as Taven continued beating on him after the match. Haskins thanked the crowd, then Hot Sauce went around shaking hands with fans.
Notes: Overall, a fun show that exceeded my expectations. This was ROH’s first appearance in Washington and it wasn’t promoted very well so the building looked pretty empty. They were missing quite a few of the guys due to the Super Juniors going on that I think would’ve helped sell some tickets. The majority of the floor seats were full but not many people in the stands. They also pre made signs for The Kingdom on random seats throughout. It was hard to say what separates the TV episodes. They only announced one match as a TV main event and I believe that was the King/Lethal match.
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