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We are in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and your announcers are Kevin Kelly and Nigel McGuinness.
Match Number One: Tadarius Thomas versus Mark Briscoe
They lock up and Mark misses a chop when Thomas does a matrix move. Thomas misses a kick when Briscoe ducks. They lockup and Briscoe misses a chop but he does not misses with a thrust to the throat. Thomas with a kick. Briscoe misses a charge into the corner but he lands on his feet on a back body drop. Thomas with a back heel kick. Briscoe with a kick and then they go to a stalemate.
Thomas with a series of kicks to take Briscoe to the mat. Briscoe floats over and he hits a Northern Lights suplex into the turnbuckles and Thomas goes to the floor. Briscoe hits a double jump Asai Moonsault onto Thomas and he rolls him back into the ring. Briscoe waits for Thomas to get up and he kicks Tadarius. Thomas lands on his feet on a belly-to-back suplex attempt and then he blocks a punch with his head.
Thomas with chops to the chest followed by a wraparound clothesline. Thomas with a back heel kick and a round kick to the head. Thomas tries for a half nelson suplex. Mark tries for a chop but Thomas with a kick followed by a half nelson suplex and he gets a near fall but Briscoe gets his hand on the rope.
Thomas misses a round kick and Briscoe with a series of chops to Thomas. Mark with the Kobashi chops followed by a spinning chop. Briscoe charges into the corner and Thomas with a boot followed by a forearm. Briscoe with a Death Valley Driver and then he goes up top for the elbow drop and he gets the three count.
Winner: Mark Briscoe
Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander talk about their chance to win the Tag Titles tonight. Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly interrupt to tell them that they are a little out of control. Bobby says that this is not their first shot at the titles and they have not been able to get things done against them. Bobby reminds them that Kyle made Davey Richards tap out. They will become the latest victims of the epic story of reDRagon.
We go to commercial.
We are back and we take a look back at Adam Cole winning the Ring of Honor World Championship.
The Ring of Honor World Champion makes his way to the ring and he has new entrance music. Adam tells everyone who he is and that he is their Ring of Honor World Champion. The definition of a champion at its core is the realization of becoming a real man. A real man does and says what he wants to get what he wants. Adam says that he has gotten what he wants. After years of hard work, he has achieved his dream. . . his golden dream.
When he first started wrestling, he was told that in order to be successful, you have to shake everybody’s hand, smile, and make it look like you were happy to be there. That was just to keep him down from becoming the best in the world. There are no more shaken hands, fake smiles, or being happy to be here. If that was the case, he would not be your Ring of Honor World Champion.
In order to get what you haven’t got, you have to do things you wouldn’t do. He wants to address the two men who claim to be the ‘Real World Champion’ but they are just a couple of chumps. Those were the two men he left laying in the center of his ring at Death Before Dishonor.
People asked him why? Why would you kick Jay Briscoe in the back? When Jay challenged Kevin Steen for the World Title and he had his moment, his family and friends were there to help him celebrate. Jay had achieved his goal. Adam says that Jay tried to ruin his moment and rain on his parade. Washed up Jay Briscoe should feel lucky that all he did was kick him in the back of the head.
Now it is time to talk about Michael Elgin. Since they started in Ring of Honor, they have been labeled as the breakout stars and the future. That only happened because they were trying to hide that Michael Elgin is their poster boy. He is on the cover of DVDs and . . .
Michael Elgin makes his way to the ring and Nigel is going to play policeman.
Cole leaves the ring while Elgin enters the ring.
Jay Briscoe blocks Cole’s escape route.
Elgin misses a clothesline and Cole leaves his title belt in the ring. Elgin picks it up and holds it up. Jay takes the title belt and they get face to face.
Security comes to the ring to try to break things up and we go to commercial.
We are back and Prince Nana has replaced Nigel at Kevin’s side for the next match.
Match Number Two: Michael Bennett and Maria Kanellis versus Bob Evans and Cheeseburger
Bennett and Evans start things off but Bennett tags in Maria. Maria tells Bob to kiss her ass and Bob tags in Cheeseburger. Maria pokes Cheeseburger but he applies a side head lock. Cheeseburger with a shoulder tackle and Maria stays on her feet. He tries again and he fails again. They get head to head and he tries a third time but Bennett hits Cheeseburger on the apron.
Bennett tags in and he kicks Cheeseburger. Bennett with a slam and he tags Maria in and she rakes the eyes. Maria with another rake of the eyes. Bennett tags back in and he kicks Cheeseburger. He crawls across the ring while Bennett watches and then Bennett holds out his hand for Evans. Evans is tagged in and he punches Bennett.
Evan puts Bennett on the turnbuckles and he connects with forearms and then he hits a running forearm. Evans sends Bennett to the mat and then he charges at Bennett but Bennett with a punch and he sets for a piledriver. Cheeseburger with a cross body to try to stop Bennett and Bennett catches Cheeseburger.
Evans uses Cheeseburger as a weapon to knock Bennett and Maria down. Evans with a back body drop to Bennett. Evans uses Cheeseburger for an extra topping on a charge into the corner. Evans and Cheeseburger with a double stunner to Bennett and Evans gets a near fall.
Cheeseburger tags in and he goes up top. Bennett moves and then Bennett hits a spear. Bennett with a super kick to Evans on the apron and then Bennett hits a TKO for the three count.
Winners: Michael Bennett and Maria Kanellis
After the match, Bennett gets a mic and he wants to address the crowd. Apparently Michael Bennett is the talk of the town. Why? Apparently he is the one who ended BJ Whitmer’s career. BJ stepped in the ring with him and he picked BJ up. He dropped BJ straight on his head. Everybody says that makes him cold hearted and heartless. People tell him that he does not know what he is doing.
It means that he has the best piledriver in professional wrestling. He will show everyone right now.
Bennett picks up Cheeseburger, but Kevin Steen’s music plays and that forces Michael Bennett to be prevented from doing anything.
Kevin calls Michael a liar and he suggests that his pants are on fire. Steen says that he does not have a problem with him ending BJ Whitmer’s career because BJ understands the risk. To end Cheeseburger’s career before it starts . . . he has no problem with that either. He has a problem with Michael spreading lies about having the best piledriver in wrestling. He tells Michael to let him drop him on his head to see what he thinks.
Kevin reminds Michael that on the night he ended BJ’s career, he was in the back crying like a bitch.
Maria slaps Steen in the face.
Security comes in the ring just as Bennett and Steen begin to exchange punches.
We are back and we see Nigel McGuinness’ previous statements about bringing in the top tag teams to challenge for the titles.
Steve Corino makes his way to ringside to join Kevin and Nana on commentary. Kevin tells Steve that he has to go. Steve says this has to stop but before he leaves, he takes a mic.
Corino goes into the ring and he says for three months Nigel McGuinness, Joe Koff, Ring of Honor, and Sinclair have been starving him out. He has a valid contract so he is the permanent color commentator.
Nigel goes to the apron and Steve says that now Nigel wants to talk to him. Steve says that he is a family man and he wants to be paid.
Steve tells Nigel to do what is right. He puts the mic on top of his contract and he leaves the ring.
Match Number Three: Forever Hoolians (Alex Koslov and Rocky Romero) versus C&C Wrestle Factory (Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander) versus reDRagon (Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly) for the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Titles
O’Reilly and Koslov start things off. Fish is tagged in by Kyle before anything happens. Fish wants Romero and Romero tags in. Fish tags in Alexander and we finally have a lock up. Romero and Alexander with reversals. Alexander with a back heel kick and a flying boot to the ehad. Romero wit an elbow but Alexander with a tilt-a-whirl modified Big Ending.
Coleman tags in and Alexander with a suplex followed by a slingshot senton from Coleman. Coleman with a drop kick and Romero retreats to the ropes. Alexander tags back in and they hit a leg lariat Hart Attack for a near fall but Kyle breaks up the cover.
Coleman tags back in and he kicks Romero. Coleman with a kick but he misses a springboard cross body. Koslov tags in and Coleman with a back body drop. Fish tags in and he clotheslines Coleman and Koslov does not realize the tag was made. Coleman with a kick and STO. Alexander tags in and he hits a springboard clothesline to Fish while he connects with an elbow and clothesline to O’Reilly.
Kyle with a kick to Alexander but Alexander escapes a suplex attempt and he hits a drop kick into the corner. Alexander goes up top and Fish with a forearm and Fish goes for a superplex but Alexander pushes him off. Coleman enters the ring and he gets Fish on his shoulders for Alexander to hit a double stomp to the head and Coleman with a Death Valley Driver onto Alexander’s knees. Alexander with a near fall and Koslov breaks up the cover. Coleman with elbows to Koslov and O’Reilly. Coleman with an elbow to Romero and Fish.
Coleman with a pescado onto Koslov and O’Reilly on the floor but Koslov catches him and Alexander with a flip dive onto Koslov and Coleman.
We go to commercial while the referee explains to Alexander that Romero made the tag and Romero with a clothesline to Fish.
We are back and Romero sends Fish into the turnbuckles. Romero with a running clothesline into the corner and he continues the attack with more clotheslines. Romero runs into a boot from Fish and Romero with a rana. Fish rolls to the floor and Romero chases after him. Kyle makes the tag as Fish re-enters the ring and Romero does not realize that so when Fish stops at the ropes, he does not see Kyle hit him from behind with a double sledge. Fish knocks Koslov off the apron while Kyle goes after Alexander and Coleman.
O’Reilly with a knee drop to Romero’s back for a near fall. Kyle sends Romero into Fish’s boot in the corner and Bobby tags in. Fish with a punch and kick to the chest that sends Romero into the ropes and Fish with another kick for a near fall. Kyle tags back in and Kyle goes after Koslov while Fish deals with Coleman and Alexander.
Romero with a kick to Kyle but Kyle with a forearm. Kyle with an Irish whip and Fish with a splash into the corner followed by a knee from Kyle. Fish with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker to Romero while Kyle goes to the turnbuckles for a knee to the head and Kyle gets a near fall.
Fish tags in and he kicks Romero. Fish tries for a suplex but Romero escapes. Fish misses a kick. Romero misses a kick but Romero with a mule kick and both men are down. Fish tries to keep Romero from making the tag but Koslov and Kyle tag in and Koslov hits a springboard cross body.
Koslov with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors and then he knocks Coleman and Alexander off the apron. Koslov with a kick to Fish but O’Reilly blocks a kick. Koslov with an enzuigiri to Kyle. Koslov gets the hat and it is time for the Kossack Kicks and a curb stomp for a near fall. Koslov gets Kyle on his knees and Romero with a springboard knee drop for a near fall.
Romero sends Alexander to the floor while Coleman sends Romero to the floor. Koslov sends Coleman to the floor. Koslov with forearms to Kyle but Kyle with a leaping knee. Fish misses a kick and Koslov with a rollup but Fish gets away. Kyle with a boot to the back. Fish with a back heel kick and Kyle with a Regalplex for a near fall.
Coleman with punches and a clothesline to Fish. Coleman misses a leaping back spin kick but he connects with a leaping snap mare driver. Romero misses a clothesline but he hits a leaping knee to Coleman. Kyle with a knee to Romero followed by a leg sweep. Alexander with a kick to the head from a fireman’s carry position. Koslov with an enzuigiri to Alexander.
Koslov gets Alexander on his head and Romero comes off the turnbuckles with a knee to the head. Koslov with a kick to Kyle in the corner. Koslov picks up Romero to run him into Coleman in the corner. He does the same to O’Reilly. Koslov has Kyle in the torture rack but Fish kicks Romero when he tries for a springboard move. Kyle with a snap DDT and then they hit Chasing the Dragon for the three count.
Winners: Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly
After the match, the lights go out and Eddie Kingston and Homicide make their way to the ring and they go after Bobby Fish, but Kyle O’Reilly gets Fish out of the ring before Kingston and Homicide can do any damage.
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