1/9 ROH TV SPOILERS – Results from Sat. TV taping

Ring of Honor taped the next set of ROH TV episodes on Saturday night leading into their 14th Anniversary PPV. Included were significant match announcements for the February PPV.

ROH “Winter Warriors” TV Taping Report
January 9, 2016
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Leon St. Giovanni was named the eighth entrant in the Top Prospect tournament.

Episode #1 Results

(1) Brian Fury beat Shahim Ali in the First Round of the Top Prospect tournament.

(2) Cedric Alexander (w/Veda Scott) beat Cheeseburger.

(3) Jonathan Gresham beat Cedric Alexander via DQ.

ROH matchmaker Nigel McGuinness came out to present the ROH Title main event at the 14th Anniv. PPV on February 26. Jay Lethal was told he will face Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly in a three-way title match.

(4) Jay Briscoe beat Michael Elgin and Moose in a three-way match. Afterward, Elgin booked himself and Tanahashi against The Briscoes for the 14th Anniv. PPV.

Episode #2 Results

(1) ROH TV champion Roderick Strong beat Masada to retain the TV Title.

(2) Punisher Martinez beat Colby Corino in the First Round of the Top Prospect tournament.

(3) ReDragon (Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish) beat ROH World champion Jay Lethal & Adam Cole. Cole took the loss after Lethal accidentally hit him with Lethal Injection.

Episode #3 Results

(1) Alex Shelley beat Kazarian (w/Chris Sabin).

(2) Dalton Castle (w/the Boys) beat Jay Diesel.

(3) Action Ortiz beat Leon St. Giovanni in the First Round of the Top Prospect tournament.

Stokely Hathaway, on behalf of Moose, called out IWGP World Hvt. champion Kazuchika Okada for for the 14th Anniv. PPV.

(4) All Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) beat ROH tag champions War Machine (Ray Rowe & Hanson) via DQ; War Machine retained the Tag Titles.

Episode #4 Results

(1) Lio Rush beat Jason Kincaid in the First Round of the Top Prospect tournament.

(2) Caprice Coleman & Will Ferrara beat Silas Young & Beer City Bruiser.

(3) Mark Briscoe beat Tim Hughes.

(4) A.C.H. & Matt Sydal beat the Young Bucks in the main event.

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