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Ring of Honor “Global Wars” on HonorClub
Streamed live from Chicago, Illinois at Odeum Expo Center
1. Austin Gunn defeated Dante Caballero to advance to the finals of the Top Prospect Tournament.
2. Silas Young and Josh Woods defeated PJ Black and Okumura. Woods forced Okumura to submit.
3. Sumie Sakai and Jenny Rose beat Angelina Love and Mandy Leon by DQ. The Allure duo set up a table after the match, but the lights went out and Maria Manic appeared in the ring behind them. Manic opted to beat up security guards rather than powerbomb Love through a table.
4. ROH TV Champion Shane Taylor fought Joe Hendry to a draw in a Proving Ground match.
5. ROH Tag Team Champions Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe defeated “The Bouncers” Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas and Rey Bucanero & Hechicero in a non-title match. Jay performed a neckbreaker on Bucanero, then Mark hit him with Froggy Bow and both Briscoes pinned him.
6. Rush defeated Barbaro Cavernario. Rush hit the Bull’s Horns dropkick and scored the pin.
7. Jay Lethal, Jonathan Gresham, and Jeff Cobb over Caristico, Triton, and Stuka Jr. Gresham pinned Triton.
8. Colt Cabana defeated Dalton Castle, Marty Scurll, and Kenny King in a four corner survival match. Castle performed a German suplex on King, but Cabana immediately performed a moonsault onto Castle and pinned him.
9. Matt Taven defeated Volador Jr. to retain the ROH Championship. Taven hit a draping Climax and scored the clean pin.
10. “Villain Enterprises” PCO, Brody King, and Flip Gordon defeated “Lifeblood” Bandido, Tracy Williams, and Mark Haskins in a Street Fight. Williams was setting up for a move on King while standing on chairs that were set up in the ring, but Gordon low blowed him. Gordon hit his Flip 5 move onto the chairs and pinned Williams to win the match.