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Ring of Honor’s “Glory by Honor” weekend kicked off Friday night in Kalamazoo, Mich. with two title matches and more big matches taped for future ROH television.
ROH TV Taping Report
October 23, 2015
Full Results reported at PWPonderings.com
EPISODE 1 RESULTS
(1) A.C.H. beat Cedric Alexander.
(2) Caprice Coleman beat Will Ferrara via submission.
(3) The Briscoes beat All Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) in a PPV re-match.
EPISODE 2 RESULTS
(1) War Machine (Hanson & Ray Rowe) beat Silas Young & Beer City Bruiser.
ROH matchmaker Nigel McGuinness announced that he cannot reinstate Steve Corino as an announcer, but he can as a wrestler. Corino said he would like to fight B.J. Whitmer, but he needs neck fusion surgery. He hugged the other announcers.
(2) Michael Elgin won a squash, then challenged Jay Lethal to the ROH Title.
(3) ROH tag champions The Kingdom (Mike Bennett & Matt Taven w/Maria Kanellis) beat The Addiction (Christopher Daniels & Kazarian w/Chris Sabin) to retain the ROH Tag Titles. A masked KRD member hit Kaz with a superkick. War Machine then asserted themselves as the next tag challengers.
EPISODE 3 RESULTS
(1) Moose won a squash. Moose also asserted himself as an ROH Title challenger.
(2) Moose & Michael Elgin beat the House of Truth (Donovan Dijak & J. Diesel). Moose and Elgin had a staredown afterward.
B.J. Whitmer ran down Steve Corino, then Nigel banned The Decade from Final Battle in December.
(3) Roderick Strong beat ROH World & TV champion Jay Lethal to capture the ROH TV Title, ending Lethal’s one-and-a-half-year reign as champion.
EPISODE 4 RESULTS
(1) Will Ferrara beat Adam Page.
(2) Cheeseburger beat Tim Hughes, then “Brutal” Bob Evans attacked him.
Jay Lethal vs. A.J. Styles for the ROH World Title was announced as the Final Battle PPV main event on December 18.
The Addiction announced they are going to New Japan.
(3) Dalton Castle vs. Adam Cole was thrown out.
(4) The Kingdom (Adam Cole & ROH tag champions Mike Bennett & Matt Taven) beat Dalton Castle & War Machine (Hanson & Rowe) in a six-man tag match when Adam Cole pinned Castle.