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  • ROH on HonorClub Episode 62 Preview

    It's Thursday night once more, which means we've got another exciting edition of ROH ON HONOR CLUB in store for the ROH faithful! It gets underway at 7pm ET/6pm CT, and this week The Infantry will finally get their hands on The Outrunners inside the squared circle, plus ROH World Tag Champions The Undisputed Kingdom will be in Proving Ground competition, the Mogul Embassy's Toa Liona goes into singles competition, and Nyla Rose will be in action as well! The bouts begin at 7pm ET/6pm CT exclusively on Honor Club (www.watchroh.com), the home for 20+ years of professional wrestling history from the most influential promotion of the 21st century, as well as  the men and woman who continue to shape the future of professional wrestling each and every week! TAG TEAM BATTLE... The Infantry (Capt. Shawn Dean & Carlie Bravo) vs. The Outrunners (Truth Magnum & Turbo Floyd) The Infantry of Carlie Bravo and Capt. Shawn Dean have some issues with The Outrunners of Truth Magnum or Turbo Floyd. It stems from The Infantry feeling that The Outrunners stole their move, and has escalated from their to the challenge seen in the video above! The Infantry got a taste of the top tier when they challenged The Undisputed Kingdom at SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024 and want another shot at the top, while The Outrunners are just one week removed from losing a Proving Ground contest to Matt Taven and Mike Bennett. Will The Infantry shut down the copycat ops, or will The Outrunners seperate the pretenders from the contenders? ONE-ON-ONE... Queen Aminata vs. Robyn Renegade Queen Aminata was so close to becoming the first ROH Women's World TV Champion at SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024, but Billie Starkz used some decidedly underhanded tactics to steal the win out from underneath her opponent that night in Philadelphia. Given how things went down at BATTLE OF THE BETLS X, it's clear that the issues are not settled between Aminata and The MIT, and the Queen is no longer fighting against that tide alone, she's got Red Velvet at her side! With sights set on championship titles, Queen Aminata heads into competition this Thursday night against Robyn Renegade with hopes of getting the ROH Women's World Champion into battle sooner rather than later. The challenge has been laid out, but Queen Aminata isn't sitting back waiting for a response, she's getting right back into action to show Athena and Billie Starkz that she is undeniable! ALSO FEATURING: -Proving Ground: ROH World Tag Champions Undisputed Kingdom vs. The Qrown!! -Aaron Solo vs. Jon Cruz!!! -Nyla Rose! -The Mogul Embassy's Toa Liona in singles action!! -The Dark Order in Trios competition!!! -And much more!!!!

  • ROH on HonorClub Episode 61 Preview

    Thursday night is upon us once again, and that means another action-packed episode of ROH ON HONOR CLUB coming your way! Kicking off at 7pm ET/6pm CT, this week the ROH World Tag Champions will be in action when the face The Outrunners in Proving Ground competition, plus we will hear from record-setting ROH Women's World Champion Athena and ROH Women's World TV Champion Billie Starkz! But that's not all, we've also got Abadon in action, The Righteous and Lance Archer, a wild Three Way bout with AR Fox versus Blake Christian versus The Beast Mortos, as well as both Johnny TV and Taya Valkyrie in action! The excitement starts at 7pm ET/6pm CT exclusively on Honor Club, the place that's also your home for 20+ years of professional wrestling history, featuring the men and woman who've built this sport over the last two decades as well as those who continue to shape the future of professional wrestling every week! PROVING GROUND MATCH... ROH World Tag Champions The Undisputed Kingdom (Matt Taven & Mike Bennett) vs. The Outrunners (Turbo Floyd & Truth Magnum) Wednesday night on DYNAMITE we saw Matt Taven and Mike Bennett ready to jump Will Ospreay on behalf of AEW International Champion Roderick Strong after Ospreay earned a DOUBLE OR NOTHING 2025 title match, but Thursday night it's all about them and their ROH World Tag Team Championship titles! Back in action for the first time since defeating The Infantry at SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024 a few weeks back, The Undisputed Kingdom is set to meet The Outrunners of Turbo Floyd and Truth Magnum in Proving Ground competition. Truth and Turbo have garnered quite a following since coming into the Ring of Honor fold, but not a whole lot of wins to go along with that support. Still, ROH is all about opportunity and The Outrunners have the biggest one of their ROH careers on Thursday night. The rules of the Proving Ground are well established; defeat the champions or survive the time limit and earn a future championship opportunity. Unfortunately there are not many who've been able to accomplish that feat over the years, but Taven and Bennett are one of the championship teams who've been on the losing end and quite recently at that. It was just three weeks ago that The Infantry earned their SOH '24 shot by going the distance with The UK, can The Outrunners follow in their footsteps? THREE WAY BOUT... AR Fox vs. The Beast Mortos vs. Blake Christian Blake Christian and The Beast Mortos squared off during the SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024: ZERO HOUR with The Beast taking the victory in Philadelphia! It was a battle of heart and power, spirit and strength, and we know which of those won out that night. Now throw a third element into the mix, one with nearly twenty years of experience inside the squared circle, and see how things explode when AR Fox enters the picture! It's been six weeks since the last time Fox stepped into the ROH ring, so he is itching to go for this fight, and it will be interesting to see how he and Blake Christian interact given that they've spent much of their time in ROH working together rather than as foes. Will The Beast Mortos continue to dominate in Ring of Honor, or will it be  one of the other two competitors who soars into victory? THE MIT SPEAK! At SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024 the world saw Billie Starkz earn the ROH Women's World Television Championship, the first person to hold that title as a matter of fact, while also witnessing “The Fallen Goddess” Athena continue her reign atop the ROH Women's Division by defeating Hikaru Shida. As if those two milestones weren't big enough, just two days ago marked Athena's 500th day as the ROH Women's World Champion, a marker only exceeded in ROH by Samoa Joe's historic World Title reign of 645 days as well as his World TV reign of 574 days, and by Nigel McGuinness' 545 days as World Champion. It's truly looking as if Athena will be “The Forever Champion”; there are few championship challengers she hasn't turned away, and no one has earned their opportunity on the Proving Ground either, so what does the future hold when you've been as dominant as Athena? And what does the future hold for Billie Starkz as she adjust to life as a champion in Ring of Honor? Who is going to set their sights on these women now and can anyone knock the MIT down from the top of the mountain? ALSO FEATURING: -Yuka Sakazaki vs. Leila Grey! -Lance Archer & The Righteous in action!! -Abadon returns! -Johnny TV competes! -Taya Valkyrie steps into the ring! -And more!! ROH ON HONOR CLUB is back this Thursday at 7pm ET/6pm CT, and it's only available on Honor Club, the home for Ring of Honor's rich history of professional wrestling action including action from Bryan Danielson, Adam Cole, The Briscoes, The Kings of Wrestling, The Dangerous Angels, Jay Lethal, and more! It's also the home for all the premium events that have taken place in the new Era of Honor like SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024 and FINAL BATTLE 2023!

  • ROH on HonorClub Episode 60 Preview

    ROH ON HONOR CLUB is back this Thursday night with another all-new edition featuring new ROH World Champion Mark Briscoe stepping onto the Proving Ground for the first time as champion, The Infantry looking to get back to contender status with a fight against Iron Savages, Trios action featuring the Women's Division, Abadon back in ROH competition, and so much more! The action begins Thursday night at 7pm ET/6pm CT exclusively on Honor Club, the home for more than 20 years of professional wrestling history, as well as the spot to watch not just the replay of SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024, but all the marquee ROH events since the dawn of the New Era of Honor! PROVING GROUND MATCH... Mark Briscoe(c) vs. Griff Garrison (w/Cole Karter & Maria) ROH World Champion Mark Briscoe may his mind fixed on the impending Trios match against The House of Black this Sunday night at DYNASTY 2024 but that doesn't mean he's taking any focus of the ROH World Championship. In fact this Thursday night on Honor Club, Mark is welcoming Griff Garrison onto the Proving Ground for the young man's first solo test. Back in September, during ROH ON HONOR CLUB #28, he joined with Gravity and Metalik to try and earn a ROH World Six-Man Title fight against The Mogul Embassy, but they failed in that quest in under five minutes. Many moons ago, at ROH: THE EXPERIENCE 2019, Griff and his then-partner Marcus Kross actually faced Jay and Mark in a ROH World Tag Team Championship bout, dropping the bout in just over eight minutes, but this is the closest Garrison has ever come to a ROH singles title match and he does not want to let it slip away! Between his previous experience with Mark, the knowledge Maria has about The Briscoes from her experience leading The Kingdom against them, and the potential of some outside help from Cole Karter, Griff Garrison has a fighting chance to parlay his first solo Proving Ground effort into his first ROH singles championship fight. Survive the time limit or beat the champ; that's all Griff has to do and a ROH World Title match will be his! So much easier to say than to accomplish... SINGLES BOUT... “Big Shotty” Lee Johnson vs. JD Drake “Big Shotty” Lee Johnson took a huge step forward in his professional wrestling career at SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024. Unfortunately it wasn't as a result of defeating Kyle Fletcher for the ROH World Television Championship, but rather because he proved to all the eyes fixed on ROH's marquee event that he can run with the top dogs in the pack. Lee knew he had what it took to hang in there with Kyle, he knew he could push the Don Callis Family member into deep waters, and “Big Shotty” took Fletcher nearly to the twenty minute mark before the defending champion figured out a way to defeat his challenger. It wasn't a title victory, but it was a moral one for Lee Johnson, one that gave him an inkling of what being a champion is all about, and now he wants the full experience! With that in mind, Lee gets right back to the grind this Thursday night when he goes head-to-head with the hard-hitting JD Drake in singles competition! These two competitors have done the dance many times over the last few years, but always in trios and multi-man encounters, this will mark their first singles bout and each man is looking to make it a memorable one for their careers! ALSO FEATURING: -The Infantry (Carlie Bravo & Shawn Dean) vs. Iron Savages (Boulder & Bronson w/Jacked Jameson) -“Bounty Hunter” Bryan Keith vs. Aaron Solo -Diamante, Leila Grey, & Taya Valkyrie vs. Kiera Hogan, Leyla Hirsch, & Trish Adora -Lady Frost vs. Marti Belle -Beast Mortos vs. Nick Comoroto -Abadon vs. Allysin Kay -AND MORE! The fights get underway at 7pm ET/6pm CT each and every Thursday night exclusively on Honor Club, the only place for the 20-plus years of Ring of Honor history featuring the likes of Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, Chris Hero, The Young Bucks, El Generico, Kenny Omega, Samoa Joe, and more, plus it is the place to catch the replay of SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024, as well as every marquee ROH events since the New Era of Honor began!

  • ROH on HonorClub Episode 59 Preview

    There is a new Ring of Honor World Champion in the house and his name is Mark Briscoe! For the first time in the history of ROH, “Chicken” has claimed a singles championship to go along with the thirteen ROH World Tag Titles and one ROH World Six-Man Championship reign on his resume, and he aims to carry that title with the same respect, with the same honor, that his predecessor Eddie Kingston did during his reign. You can hear a snippet of what Mark had to say to the Philadelphia fans after SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024 went off the air right here, and you can see the full match, as well as the complete action-packed event, any time with your Honor Club subscription! As joyous an occasion as Mark's title victory may be, Thursday is a new day and a new episode of ROH ON HONOR CLUB, meaning that for him, as well as ROH Women's World Champion Athena, ROH World TV Champion Kyle Fletcher, new ROH Women's World TV Champion Billie Starkz, ROH World Tag Champions Taven & Bennett, as well as everyone else on the roster, it's time to get back to work! The action begins Thursday night kicking off at 7pm ET/6pm CT exclusively on Honor Club, your home for over 20 years of professional wrestling history, as well as the only spot to watch the replay of SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024 featuring the crowning of Mark Briscoe as ROH World Champion! PROVING GROUND MATCH... ROH World Television Champion Kyle Fletcher(c) vs. “The Professional” Rhett Titus If one wants to talk homegrown Ring of Honor originals, look no further than “The Professional” Rhett Titus; this is a man who began his career inside the ring of the ROH Wrestling Academy, who had his first match in Dayton, OH at the hallowed Montgomery County Fairgrounds in January 2005, and went on to capture the ROH World Television Championship, a ROH World Tag Champion with Kenny King, a ROH World Tag Champion with Tracy Williams, the final ROH Top of the Class Trophy holder, and multi-time Survival of the Fittest Tournament participant. He has Ring of Honor flowing through his veins, and has wanted nothing more than to reclaim the ROH World TV Title ever since Minoru Suzuki defeated him for it at SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2022. Rhett unsuccessfully took a crack at Samoa Joe, the man who dethroned Suzuki, last October on COLLISION, and after competing at SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024: ZERO HOUR last Friday night, he's itching to get back to the place where it all began. But just because Titus has a lengthy history with Ring of Honor doesn't mean he can slide right back into a championship match, he's got to earn it the hard way, and that means stepping onto the Proving Ground to earn a World Television Championship match! It's not Rhett's first time competing in a Proving Ground match, in fact The All Night Express were the first people to ever win a Proving Ground match, earning a World Tag Team Championship bout by beating Charlie Hass & Shelton Benjamin, though the eventual title fight did not go their way. The other two PG matches on Titus' resume, one a tag and the other a Four Corner Survival, did to not go in his favor, but this marks his first one-on-one match under these stipulations, so that means Rhett can either last the time limit with Kyle Fletcher, or defeat the champion, and a future World TV Title match will be his! Fletcher is coming off quite an impressive victory over Lee Johnson at SUPERCARD 2024 (www.watchroh.com), one that Titus was no doubt watching with a very close eye, and is dead set on going down in history as the greatest TV Champion of all-time. Can Rhett Titus derail those aspirations and become a 2-Time Champion, or will Fletcher get one notch closer to etching his name alongside Samoa Joe, Jay Lethal, Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, and Matt Taven in the pantheon of great TV Champions? ONE-ON-ONE... “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels vs. Cole Karter Coming off a tag team victory over Serpentico and Angelico during the ZERO HOUR last Friday night, Cole Karter aims to keep proving himself to Maria, this time by taking on a fight with the first-ever ROH Grand Slam Champion, one of the original foundations of honor, “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels! Having been an integral part of ROH since THE ERA OF HONOR BEGINS, and one of the landscape shaping forces in independent wrestling, Christopher Daniels has taken on every challenge before him, battled everyone who's ever stepped inside the ROH ring, and though it took him a few years to come around to it, to this day he continues to fight for a code of honor. One of the people that has stepped to Daniels in the recent past is Cole Karter; in fact just over a year ago, on the 3/6/23 edition of DARK: ELEVATION, “The Fallen Angel” defeated Cole Karter in singles competition, and then proceeded to do the same during ROH ON HONOR CLUB #12 in tag team combat. In all fairness to Karter, it was a random partnership with Zack Clayton rather than the man who has become his tag partner Griff Garrison and it was before he came under the guidance of Maria, but it's still a second loss in the books where Christopher Daniels is concerned, and something he's longing to redeem. So this Thursday night Cole Karter will have his opportunity when he goes one-on-one with the former ROH World Champion during an all-new ROH ON HONOR CLUB! Will he impress Maria once again, just like he and Griff did during the ZERO HOUR, or will the veteran experience of “The Fallen Angel” again prove more than young Karter is able to overcome? ALSO FEATURING: -Action Andretti vs. Isiah Kassidy!! -Zak Knight in action! -The Righteous in tag team competition! -“The Chaos” Nyla Rose is looking for a fight! -Anna Jay returns to ROH competition! -Shane Taylor Promotions of Lee Moriarty & Shane Taylor compete! The night of wrestling begins this Thursday at 7pm ET/6pm CT only on Honor Club, your only home for more than 20 years of professional wrestling history, as well as the place to catch the replay of SUPERCARD OF HONOR 2024 featuring the crowning of Mark Briscoe as ROH World Champion, Billie Starkz claiming the ROH Women's World TV Champion, a wild Stardom Trios match, and so much more!

  • Supercard of Honor 2024 Results

    ROH Supercard of Honor 2024 Results CONTAINS SPOILERS ROH: Supercard of Honor was broadcast live on HonorClub on April 5th, 2024, from The Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, PA! The event began with the ROH: Zero Hour preshow kicking things off on the official ROH YouTube Channel! Ian Riccaboni and Caprice Coleman were the commentary team for Zero Hour. The Premier Athletes—Tony Nese, Ari Daivari & Josh Woods (with “Smart” Mark Sterling) vs. Tony Deppen, Rhett Titus, & Adam Priest! Nese and Daivari double teamed Deppen in the corner. Priest tagged in but Woods and Ari used tandem offense on Priest. Rhett grabbed a tag, but Woods reversed Rhett’s belly-to-belly suplex with one of his own. Woods hurled Priest around the ring with suplexes. Deppen slugged it out with Ari outside the ring. Woods pulled Deppen into the ring with a vertical suplex while Nese and Ari jumped off the top turnbuckles with double fists to Deppen’s head. Nese scored the pin on Deppen with a sensational victory for the realigned Premier Athletes! The Beast Mortos vs. “All Heart” Blake Christian! Blake was sticking and moving, taking it to the Beast Mortos. Finally, the Beast Mortos had enough and walloped Blake with a heavy hit. The Beast Mortos turned Blake inside out with a lariat. Christian stopped the Beast with a swift kick to the back of the head, following up with a DDT off the turnbuckles. Blake Christian hit a spear on the ring apron, and then drove the skull of the Beast onto the ramp with a DDT! Blake splashed the Beast Mortos with a springboard 450 for a near fall. The Beast Mortos power press slammed Blake off the top rope and then finished off Blake with a pump handle piledriver for the pin! Alex Abrahantes and Komander walked onto the stage and applauded the Beast Mortos for his efforts. Cole Karter & Griff Garrison (with Maria) vs. Angelico & Serpentico! Cole and Griff ambushed Angelico and Serpentico with cheap shots. Serpentico retaliated with a tope suicida to Cole and Griff. Angelico used Cole as a launching pad and then jumped onto Griff with a splash in the corner. The match went back and forth. Serpentico rocked Cole and Griff with double flatliners. Maria jumped into the ring with a steel chair, but ref Mike Posey saw her and ejected her! Maria was trying to lure Angelico out of the ring with the mask she had from Serpentico. As Angelico was walking out onto the ramp, Griff snuck up and swept out his legs! Back in the ring, Serpentico cradled Cole with an O’Connor roll, but Cole kicked out. The momentum from the kick out forced Serpentico toward the ropes. Griff was hiding outside the ring and managed to pull the mask off Serpentico’s head. As Serpentico was trying to hide his identity, Cole grabbed Serpentico by the tights and pinned him! “Two masks now in the hands of Cole and Griff,” said Caprice. Mariah May vs. Momo Kohgo! Momo hit a high cross body and followed up with a dropkick. Mariah battered Momo in the back and then dropkicked Momo as Momo was caught up in the ring ropes. Mariah blasted Momo with a shotgun dropkick. Momo rallied back with forearm strikes to Mariah May. Momo planted Mariah with a satellite DDT for a near fall. Mariah walloped Momo with a high angle suplex. Mariah smashed Momo with the It’s Gonna Be May knee strike and pinned Momo. Former Ring of Honor World Champion Nigel McGuinness joined the broadcast booth for the main portion of Supercard of Honor. ROH World TV Championship Match! Kyle Fletcher (c.) vs. “Big Shotty” Lee Johnson! Fletcher ignored the Code of Honor, kicking Johnson’s hand away. Fletcher drove his shoulder into the chest of Johnson. Big Shotty rattled the champ with a big dropkick. Johnson chopped Fletcher in the chest. Fletcher used his power and planted Lee onto the mat. Fletcher smashed an elbow into Johnson’s face as Johnson ran off the ropes. Lee Johnson took a leap of faith, diving over the top rope and landing onto Fletcher on the arena floor. Fletcher nailed Johnson with a brain buster on the barricade! Fletcher catapulted off a steel chair and flipped over the barricade onto Johnson! Fletcher hit a double underhook suplex on Johnson for a two-count. Lee rallied back with a neck breaker, a PK, and then a standing moonsault onto Fletcher for a near fall. Johnson took a page out of Christopher Daniels’ playbook with a blue thunder bomb. Fletcher rocked Johnson with a Falcon Arrow off the second turnbuckle. Fletcher hit a massive power bomb on Johnson but somehow Johnson kicked out at the two-count. Fletcher went for a tombstone piledriver on the apron, but Lee reversed it and countered it with the Big Shot. Fletcher found the piledriver, but Lee kicked out! Johnson used a Super Shotty Destroyer and then a frog splash on Fletcher for a two-count! “We are in for a classic!” said Nigel. The fans chanted “This is awesome! This is awesome!” Fletcher hit a twisting brain buster from the top and it was lights out for Lee Johnson, with Fletcher victorious! Fletcher showed respect to Lee Johnson after the match, shaking Lee’s hand. Stardom Women’s Trios Match! Queen’s Quest (AZM & Saya Kamitani) & Tam Nakano vs. Empress Nexus Venus (World of Stardom Champion Maika & Mina Shirakawa) & Mei Seira! Seira hit a big thrust kick on Nakano. Maika tagged in but Nakano caught her with a knee strike. AZM grabbed a tag and blasted Maika with a shotgun dropkick. She applied the Rings of Saturn, but Maika powered out. Maika showed her strength, throwing AZM overhead with a backwards slam. Saya used a spin wheel kick on Mina. Saya hit a bridging suplex on Shirakawa for a near fall. Shirakawa applied a figure four on Kamitani. AZM jumped in to break up the submission. Shirakawa drilled Kamitani with a big time forearm. Kamitani almost scored the pin with a hurracanrana. Kamitani showed off her Bushido fighting spirit, but Shirakawa planted her hard for the three-count! After the match, Mariah May came down to the ring! Mariah picked up Shirakawa and helped her celebrate, giving Shirakawa and her partners champagne. ROH World Tag Team Championship Match! The Undisputed Kingdom—Matt Taven & Mike Bennett vs. The Infantry—Capt. Shawn Dean & Carlie Bravo (with Trish Adora)! Dean flew over the top rope, crashing onto the champs. Taven one-upped them, jumping over the ropes and onto the Infantry on the ramp. Taven set up a table at ringside, a touch of madness in his eyes. Bennett blasted Dean with the Boston Bayonet. The Undisputed Kingdom spiked Dean on the ramp with the Hail Mary stuffed piledriver! Bravo blocked a suplex from Taven and rolled him up with a small package. Taven kicked out and the Undisputed Kingdom double teamed Bravo in the corner with quick tags and stomps. Shawn Dean came in and cleaned house on the champs. But the Undisputed Kingdom set up Dean for the Proton Pack. Bravo jumped in to break up the pin. Bravo flipped a switch in his mind, placed Taven on the table, and jumped off the ramp, smashing Taven through it! While the ref was outside checking on Taven, Dean splashed Bennett from the top rope and covered him. Wardlow snuck in the ring from out of nowhere, clocked Dean with a lariat, allowing Bennett to steal the pin and retain the titles for the Undisputed Kingdom! ROH Women’s World TV Title Tournament Final Match! Queen Aminata vs. Billie Starkz! The winner will be crowned the inaugural ROH Women’s World TV Champion. Queen Aminata was trying to win at all costs with roll ups. Queen Aminata smashed Billie with a charging boot. Billie and Aminata traded chops outside the ring. Aminata applied a cobra clutch inside the ring. Aminata transitioned to a Rings of Saturn leg lock, but Billie escaped. Billie dodged a hip attack, but Aminata cracked her with a knee strike. Aminata rocked Billie with a seesaw flatliner. Starkz delivered with a forearm and a right hand strike. Starks rocketed out with a tope suicida, the high risk paying off. Aminata moved out of the way of a senton from Starkz. Aminata jumped from the apron with a double stomp to Billie on the arena floor. Amina annihilated Starks with a suplex on the floor. Aminata connected from the top with a senton, but Billie kicked out at the one-count! Aminata decimated Billie with a hip attack and then a running boot. Both wrestlers jockeyed for position on the top turnbuckle. Billie used a thrust kick to knock Aminata off the top. Billie went for a swan dive, but Aminata countered by raising her knees. Billie appeared to have injured her neck. Doc Sampson came in to check on Billie. He placed a neck brace on her. The ref kept Queen Aminata away as medical staff helped Billie to her feet. Aminata held the ropes open, clearly concerned for her opponent. As Billie was being helped through the ropes, Billie grabbed Aminata and suplexed her! It was a ruse! “She fooled us all!” said Ian. Billie locked Aminata in a rear naked choke and Aminata was out of it! Billie Starkz became the inaugural ROH Women’s World TV Champion via ref stoppage! “The influence of Athena clearly runs deep into the DNA of this woman who has made disgraceful history!” said Ian. “Billie showing her true colors,” added Caprice. “She fooled all of us,” replied Nigel. Up next: The ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions The Bullet Club Gold— “Switchblade” Jay White and The Gunns—Austin & Colten came out to the ring! Jay White: “Yo! Yo! Listen! Guns up for my Philly Gold members! Philly, you guys know exactly what you’re looking at! The Bang Bang Gang, and we are the greatest three man team in all of professional wrestling and we’re going to show that right now by defending our championships. Who wants the opportunity of a lifetime?” Alex Zayne and “The MurderHawk Monster” Lance Archer walked onto the ramp! Archer: “Since the Bang Bang Gang is passing out opportunities, I figured I’d take this opportunity to introduce my tag team partner from New Japan Pro-Wrestling. This is “The Sauce” Alex Zayne. We are Monster Sauce and we’re going to love whoopin’ your ass. Oh, it is a trios championship, right? So, I have one more surprise.” Minoru Suzuki walked out to accompany Archer and Zayne! ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championship Match! The Bullet Club Gold— “Switchblade” Jay White and The Gunns—Austin & Colten vs. Minoru Suzuki & Alex Zayne and “The MurderHawk Monster” Lance Archer! Suzuki grabbed Jay White’s wrist and wrenched it back. Jay White chopped at Suzuki and Suzuki smirked. Suzuki went for the sleeper, but the Gunns pulled Jay out of the ring to safety. Austin entered the ring and Suzuki laughed at him, calling him “ass boy.” Suzuki decked Austin and Austin crumbled to the mat. Colten and Archer entered for their respective teams. Archer went for a splash in the corner, but Colten avoided it and hit a splash of his own. Archer stunned Colten with a vertical suplex and tagged in Zayne. Jay White grabbed a tag and cracked Zayne with a thunderous chop. The champs had a cohesiveness about them, utilizing quick tags to isolate Zayne in their corner. Suzuki battered White with rapid fire strikes. Colten ran in but he was knocked right down, as was Austin. Suzuki rocked White with a running kick. Suzuki went back to work on White’s wrist and then applied a sleeper. Zayne grabbed a blind tag and wiped out White with a running lariat. Zayne sent White flying with a hurracanrana off the top rope. Zayne climbed back up and tried for a 630 but White rolled out of the way. Suzuki ran in and put White in a sleeper, but the Gunns pulled White out again. The Gunns blindsided Archer with the 3:10 to Yuma. Jay White blasted Zayne with the Blade Runner and pinned Zayne. “Wow! The Bang Bang Gang shoots and scores again,” said Nigel. After the match, AEW World Trios Champs The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass jumped in the ring. Jay White nailed Bowens with the Blade Runner before the Bang Bang Gang ran to the back! Fight Without Honor! Dalton Castle vs. Johnny TV (with Taya Valkyrie)! Castle was looking for the Bangarang right away, but Johnny grabbed the ropes and escaped. Dalton kicked Johnny to the arena floor. Johnny baited Castle and stomped on his hands. Back in the ring, Castle rattled Johnny TV with a DDT. Dalton sent Johnny TV swirling to the outside with a hurracanrana. Taya grabbed Dalton’s ankle so Johnny could score a kick to Dalton. Johnny used a swinging neck breaker on Dalton. Johnny TV staggered Dalton with a series of spinning kicks. Dalton charged at Johnny, but Johnny dodged Dalton. Johnny TV set up a table at ringside. Johnny TV walloped Dalton in the hamstring with more kicks. Johnny whacked Dalton with a kendo stick. Johnny continued to assault Dalton with the kendo stick in the ring, delivering shots with impact to the back and knee. Johnny wiped out Dalton with a White Russian Leg Sweep, using the kendo stick. Castle found the peacock power inside him to suplex Johnny TV. Dalton grabbed the kendo stick and cracked Johnny TV with multiple shots. Johnny TV threw powder into Dalton’s eyes. Dalton went for the around the world hurracanrana, but Johnny TV caught him and countered with a power bomb through the table! Johnny TV wedged Dalton’s head through a steel chair and stomped on it. Johnny TV piled steel chairs on top of Dalton. Johnny was looking for Starship Pain, but Dalton got to his feet and smacked Johnny with a kendo stick shot to the back. Dalton crunched Johnny with a charging knee strike. Dalton said, “Bring me a boy!” Boys began to run down the ramp and into the ring. Dalton aimed them and threw them through the ropes out at Johnny TV! A lone boy walked to the ring. It was Paul Walter Hauser! Johnny TV jumped off the top rope and onto a pile of boys! Johnny approached Paul Walter Hauser, but Paul planted him with a Sky High! Paul pointed to the back and the boys carried Taya away! Paul helped Dalton open a bag of thumbtacks and pour them onto the ring. Dalton hit the Bangarang on Johnny TV right into the thumbtacks and pinned Johnny TV! ROH Women’s World Title Match! Athena (c.) vs. Hikaru Shida! Shida had wrist control on Athena and clobbered Athena with short clotheslines. Shida followed up with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Athena managed to tie up Shida’s legs in the ropes and Athena stomped on Shida’s legs, targeting the knee ligaments. Shida got back to her feet, but Athena went right back to work on the leg. Athena planted Shida with an Alabama Slam. Athena applied an ankle lock, but Shida escaped. Shida desperately fought to get back into the match. Shida snapped Athena to the mat with a suplex for a two-count. Shida scored with a shotgun dropkick. Shida rocked Athena with a running knee to Athena outside the ring. Shida rattled Athena with a question mark kick. Athena fired back with a wheelbarrow suplex. Shida blocked the O-Face. Athena blocked the Katana. Athena went back to the ankle lock, pain etched on Shida’s face. Shida grabbed the bottom rope, forcing the ref to break the hold. Athena tried to spear Shida through the ropes and onto the ramp, but Athena countered with a knee strike. Shida climbed to the top turnbuckle and squashed Athena with a meteroa. The tides were beginning to shift in favor of the challenger. Shida planted Athena with a falcon arrow, but Athena kicked out at the one-count! Athena power bombed Shida. Athena hit a second power bomb, this time on the arena floor! Athena finally caught Shida in the O-Face, but Shida kicked out! The fans chanted “Shida! Shida! Shida!” Champion and challenger jockeyed for position on top of the turnbuckles. Shida hoisted up Athena and planted her across the top turnbuckle. Shida followed up with the katana for a near fall! Shida suplexed Athena. Athena rocked Shida with a forearm. Athena planted Shida with the O-Face and pinned Shida! “Athena reaches 50 in a row, closing in on 500 days as champion,” said Ian. “Athena is the most dominant Ring of Honor Women’s World Champion of all time,” added Nigel. ROH World Title Match! “Mad King” Eddie Kingston (c.) vs. Mark Briscoe! Mark Briscoe made his entrance to “Gimme Back My Bullets”! The fans chanted “Dem Boys! Dem Boys!” Mark took down Eddie with a shoulder tackle. Eddie retaliated with a high angle back drop driver. Mark dished out some redneck kung fu to Kingston. Briscoe charged at Kingston and collided with Kingston with a cannonball senton through the ropes. Eddie Kingston choke slammed Mark onto a steel chair that Mark had brought into the ring. Kingston took down Mark with a clothesline outside the ring. Kingston rammed Mark’s head into the announcers’ table. Mark was busted wide open. Kingston clobbered Briscoe with headbutts to the blood-soaked skull. Kingston struck with rapid fire machinegun chops to the chest. Kingston sent Mark to the center of the ring with a double underhook suplex. The champion cleaned the clock of Briscoe with a lariat. Mark blocked a tope attempt from Kingston and then chomped on Kingston’s head. Briscoe blasted Kingston with a shotgun dropkick. Mark suplexed Kingston onto the arena floor. Briscoe followed up with a Cactus elbow to Kingston. Back in the ring, Kingston connected with a sliding dropkick. Briscoe had a burst of energy and smashed Kingston with a clothesline. Both men got to their feet and exchanged chops. Briscoe planted Kingston with a blockbuster off the apron. Briscoe nailed Kingston with a Death Valley Driver. Briscoe splashed Kingston with the Froggy Bow for a near fall. Kingston sent Briscoe flying with an exploder. They knocked one another down with double clotheslines. They traded strikes on the apron until Eddie hurled Mark onto the floor with an exploder! The fans chanted “Man up! Man up! Man up!” Mark returned to the ring just in the nick of time. The champion was almost fading, Mark digging deep with chops. Briscoe took down Kingston with a big time clothesline. Kingston countered a Jay Driller attempt with a dragon suplex. Kingston stunned Briscoe with a spinning backfist for a near fall! Mark Briscoe ate a backfist from Kingston. Mark rocked Kingston with a cutthroat driver for a two-count! Mark smashed Kingston with the Jay Driller and scored the pinfall victory! And new Ring of Honor World Champion…Mark Briscoe! Briscoe and Kingston embraced one another after the match, the Code of Honor adhered to, as wrestlers from Ring of Honor’s past and present, and the Briscoe family, celebrated with new champ Mark Briscoe! #DemBoys! Missed out on this historic night of ROH action?! Don’t worry—watch the replay of Ring of Honor: Supercard of Honor exclusively on Ring Of Honor #HonorClub at www.ringofhonor.com

  • Mark Briscoe Captures The ROH World Title

    ROH World Title Match! “Mad King” Eddie Kingston (c.) vs. Mark Briscoe! Mark Briscoe made his entrance to “Gimme Back My Bullets”! The fans chanted “Dem Boys! Dem Boys!” Mark took down Eddie with a shoulder tackle. Eddie retaliated with a high angle back drop driver. Mark dished out some redneck kung fu to Kingston. Briscoe charged at Kingston and collided with Kingston with a cannonball senton through the ropes. Eddie Kingston choke slammed Mark onto a steel chair that Mark had brought into the ring. Kingston took down Mark with a clothesline outside the ring. Kingston rammed Mark’s head into the announcers’ table. Mark was busted wide open. Kingston clobbered Briscoe with headbutts to the blood-soaked skull. Kingston struck with rapid fire machinegun chops to the chest. Kingston sent Mark to the center of the ring with a double underhook suplex. The champion cleaned the clock of Briscoe with a lariat. Mark blocked a tope attempt from Kingston and then chomped on Kingston’s head. Briscoe blasted Kingston with a shotgun dropkick. Mark suplexed Kingston onto the arena floor. Briscoe followed up with a Cactus elbow to Kingston. Back in the ring, Kingston connected with a sliding dropkick. Briscoe had a burst of energy and smashed Kingston with a clothesline. Both men got to their feet and exchanged chops. Briscoe planted Kingston with a blockbuster off the apron. Briscoe nailed Kingston with a Death Valley Driver. Briscoe splashed Kingston with the Froggy Bow for a near fall. Kingston sent Briscoe flying with an exploder. They knocked one another down with double clotheslines. They traded strikes on the apron until Eddie hurled Mark onto the floor with an exploder! The fans chanted “Man up! Man up! Man up!” Mark returned to the ring just in the nick of time. The champion was almost fading, Mark digging deep with chops. Briscoe took down Kingston with a big time clothesline. Kingston countered a Jay Driller attempt with a dragon suplex. Kingston stunned Briscoe with a spinning backfist for a near fall! Mark Briscoe ate a backfist from Kingston. Mark rocked Kingston with a cutthroat driver for a two-count! Mark smashed Kingston with the Jay Driller and scored the pinfall victory! And new Ring of Honor World Champion…Mark Briscoe! Briscoe and Kingston embraced one another after the match, the Code of Honor adhered to, as wrestlers from Ring of Honor’s past and present, and the Briscoe family, celebrated with new champ Mark Briscoe!

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