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Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final: JT Dunn vs. Odinson
Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final: Jake South vs. Jaxson James
Women of Honor Championship: Brandi Rhodes vs. Sumie Sakai
ROH World Television Title: Kenny King vs. Silas Young {c}
ROH World 6-Man Tag: SoCal Uncensored (Daniels, Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) vs. The Hung Bucks {c} (The Young Bucks and Hangman Page)
Grudge Match: The Briscoe's vs. War Machine
ROH World Title #1 Contendership: Cody vs. Jay Lethal vs. Matt Taven vs. Punishment Martinez
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Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final: JT Dunn vs. Odinson
Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final: Jake South vs. Jaxson James
Women of Honor Championship: Brandi Rhodes vs. Sumie Sakai
ROH World Television Title: Kenny King vs. Silas Young {c}
ROH World 6-Man Tag: SoCal Uncensored (Daniels, Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) vs. The Hung Bucks {c} (The Young Bucks and Hangman Page)
Grudge Match: The Briscoe's vs. War Machine
ROH World Title #1 Contendership: Cody vs. Jay Lethal vs. Matt Taven vs. Punishment Martinez
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Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final: JT Dunn vs. Odinson
Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final: Jake South vs. Jaxson James
Women of Honor Championship: Brandi Rhodes vs. Sumie Sakai
ROH World Television Title: Kenny King vs. Silas Young {c}
ROH World 6-Man Tag: SoCal Uncensored (Daniels, Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) vs. The Hung Bucks {c} (The Young Bucks and Hangman Page)
Grudge Match: The Briscoe's vs. War Machine
ROH World Title #1 Contendership: Cody vs. Jay Lethal vs. Matt Taven vs. Punishment Martinez
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Default Top Prospect Tournament 2018 January Week 3, Sunday

Ring Of Honor Top Prospect Tournament
Live on Pay Per View, Available Exclusively Through Fite.TV
January Week 3, Sunday, 2018

In a preshow, Future of Honor bout: Alexander Hammerstone defeated Mahabali Shera with the Stone Crusher.

Commentators: Ian Riccaboni, Bobby Cruise and Colt Cabana
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The pay-per-view kicked off with a brief video package highlighting the history of the Top Prospect Tournament including clips of the previous winners: Mike Bennett, Matt Taven, Hanson, Donovan Dijak, Lio Rush and Josh Woods. As well as clips of participants who didn't win, but went on to achieve success with Ring of Honor. Names like Kyle O'Reilly, Jonathan Gresham, Adam Cole, Hangman Page and closing with images of our Television champ, Silas Young and our World Champion, Dalton Castle. The announcers highlighted how the Top Prospect Tournament was a launching pad for Ring of Honor careers and that you can bet we will be seeing more from many of the participants here in the future. With that we sent it down to the ring for the first of our semi-final match-ups.
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Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final #1:
Odinson defeated JT Dunn

It was a bit of a style-clash, but Odinson's brute strength won out here. Both men impressed the fans, and ROH officials but only Odinson will get the opportunity to win the Tournament.

Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final #2:
Jaxson James defeated Jake South

In our other Semi-Final Jaxson James defeated Jake South in another solid back-and-forth contest. James is the better overall athlete and he used this to his advantage in this match, keeping South moving around and neutralizing the size and strength advantage.
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As our announcers hyped up the Top Prospect Tournament finals, they also announced that the following contest would be to crown the first ever Women of Honor champion.

Women of Honor Championship
Brandi Rhodes defeated Sumie Sakai to become the first ever Ring of Honor Women of Honor champion.

Following a primarily pre-show build-up, the Women of Honor took center stage with Brandi Rhodes becoming the first-ever Women of Honor champion, her husband Cody came to ring post-match to celebrate with her and this certainly was a wonderful moment for the Rhodes family... but the match was awful.
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Getting things back on track we next saw the Six-Man Tag Titles being defended.

Ring of Honor World Six-Man Titles
Hung Bucks {C} defeated SoCal Uncensored to retain.

This was a bit of a disappointing match. Scorpio Sky took the loss for his team, and the Jackson's really shined but overall things in this match never really clicked. Long-term the Hung Bucks are a fun team and they certainly will have more challenges to come. Keep an eye on SoCal Uncensored though as Daniels and Kazarian are always dangerous and after Joe Off threatened their careers a few weeks back they definitely have a chip on their shoulders.
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K-I-N-G KING... #Roseboy... Kenny King came down to the ring with his usual pomp and circumstance. He's playing more a face now that he was on The Bachelor, but he is still smug, arrogant and ...well typical Kenny. After losing the Television title in a Four-Way Elimination Match at Final Battle, Kenny King cashed in his rematch clause for a one on one battle with Silas Young.

Ring of Honor Television Title
Kenny King defeated Silas Young {C} to become the NEW Ring of Honor World Television Champion.

King and Young put on a flop of a match, the hope here is that King will be able to carry the midcard a bit stronger moving forward that Silas Young. Young inevitably will get his rematch, but for now, with the new booking direction, King seemed to be a better champion.
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Backstage the cameraman caught up with Odinson and Jaxson James. Both men were situated on either side of the Top Prospect Trophy. The cameraman asked each man for his thoughts on tonight. James put over how this was the opportunity of a lifetime. Odinson, playing more of the heel, promised that THE END was here. Before either man could head to the ring though Josh "The Goods" Woods, the 2017 winner of the TPT interrupted and made sure they knew they'd have someone watching their every move closely...

Top Prospect Tournament Finals
Odinson defeated Jaxson James to win the 2018 Top Prospect Tournament

Both men have a chance at a bright future in Ring of Honor but Odinson has a certain look and strength that is going to be fun to build in 2018. He's a brute-ish character with strong features and strong in-ring ability. This win grants him a future ROH TV title shot, and from the looks of it a feud with Josh Woods.
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The Briscoe Brothers come out and cut a promo about how they've been held-back and not granted the same opportunities as some of the other teams in ROH. They mention they forced Bully Ray into retirement last month and now the Motor City Machine Guns are ducking them. Before they can get further War Machine makes their entrance.

The Briscoe Brothers defeated War Machine

In a match-up that will certainly further their case for a shot at the Tag Titles, Mark and Jay Briscoe took down the former ROH and IWGP Tag Champs War Machine. Both of these teams are also working in NJPW so this was an incredibly solid match-up between bruising teams. The announcers put over that the Briscoe's will certainly be able to force the issue with the competition committee moving forward.
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Backstage Cody cut a promo, he's still wearing the ROH Championship RING but says he feels naked without the belt around his waist of greatness. He mentions that all his family does is win and points to the fact that his wife is the first-ever Women of Honor champion. He promises Dalton Castle that he's staring at the soon to be Two-Time Ring of Honor World Champion.

Four Way Elimination #1 Contendership Main Event
Cody vs. Jay Lethal vs. Matt Taven vs. Punishment Martinez
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Dalton Castle joined the commentary group for this one and this was the match of the night.

This match-up was really well balanced with all four men getting equal offense through the first 10 minutes or so of the match. The first elimination came in the form of Matt Taven, as Punishment Martinez pinned him after the South of Heaven Chokeslam. Cody and Lethal began to work together to take down Martinez and he fell victim to a Disaster Kick, followed by the Lethal Combination and was the second elimination...

Lethal and Cody circled each other in the ring, both men wanting the opportunity. They locked up and Cody took the initial advantage, throwing Lethal into the corner where he worked him over with rights and lefts. Lethal mounted a comeback, forcing Cody into retreat and hitting a huge Tornado DDT that stunned Cody. Lethal had him set-up for the Lethal Injection but Cody pushed him off and he went through the air. This set the stage for Cody to hit the Cross Rhodes, but sensing that wouldn't be enough to put Lethal away, Cody locked in the American Nightmare Lock (Inverted Figure Four) and forced Lethal to tap. Cody is once again in prime position to challenge for the ROH World Title.

Cody Rhodes defeated Matt Taven, Punishment Martinez and Jay Lethal to become the new #1 Contender for the ROH World Title.

The show went off the air with Dalton Castle stepping onto the ring apron and Cody clapping, holding out his hand, now with the ring back on it, and saying "Kiss The Ring"... Dalton doesn't seem phased and just rubs the title draped over his shoulder...
Match Ratings:
Odinson vs. JT Dunn (D-)
Jaxson James vs. Jake South (D-)
Brandi Rhodes vs. Sumie Sakai (E)
Hung Bucks vs. SoCal Uncensored (D+)
Kenny King vs. Silas Young (E+)
Odinson vs. Jaxson James (E+)
Briscoes vs. War Machine (C-)
Cody vs. Jay Lethal vs. Punishment Martinez vs. Matt Taven (C-) Match of the Night

Overall Show: C-

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Prediction Contest (After 2 Predictions, 2 more PPV, Feb/March) Winner will get to book a match for War of the Worlds (NJPW vs. ROH).

Again, overwhelmed by the early support. I hope you guys have enjoyed the early-go here.

I forgot to include the finals in the pre-show card, so if you had James vs. Odinson I'm giving +1 as a bonus.
KnowYourEnemy 2/4 + 4/7 (+1 TPT Finals) (Current: 7/11)
DGenerationMC 2/4 + 4/7 (Current 6/11)
BHK1978 2/4 + 3/7 (Current 5/11)
Warhawk8492 2/7
Uncrewed 2/7
Wolfman84 4/7
Blodyxe 4/7


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BHK1978: You haven't seen the last of Lawlor, ... so perhaps you haven't quite overvalued the overness ;-). Also... completely with you, Punishment Martinez is a ridiculous name.

For now this is how I'm going to present the PPV's, I have custom cuts for the whole roster, but I think, at least initially I'm just going to use them to highlight the match of the night, which will also get a more detailed write-up.

TV Tapings will continue to be just quick results with storyline details and then a preview for the PPV. There will be random internet and ROH Exclusive stories mixed it. I have a couple stories that I think will be fun to develop that kick off in the next batch of TV tapings, so I'm looking forward to getting those out there!

Keeping in mind that I booked Final Battle the way ROH actually did it, I chose to flip the TV title back to Kenny King. He and Silas just didn't put on a good match. I haven't seen a ton of Odinson in person, but I like the look and think he fits the ROH style well. I have some thoughts on how it'll develop but we shall see how it goes. We also haven't seen the last of a some of the TPT participants, I have one of them written in for a fun storyline coming up.

Cody, for me, is the ultimate contender/champion. It only made sense for him to win while opening the door for the other guys to move into other feuds or stories.

With the game giving me Joe Koff's impending retirement, that will also start to play into this story.

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Hot off the Top Prospect Tournament It's Ring of Honor Television

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ROH TV January Week 4, 2018



The live audience were treated to a ROHWrestling.com Exclusive to open the night as Jonathan Gresham and Jay White teamed up to defeat Tim Hughes and Bob Evans, Tough Guy Inc.

The television audience meanwhile opened with a contract signing between Cody and Dalton Castle. There was a mutual respect shown, and shockingly, unlike most contract signings, no fisticuffs ensued.

In the opening bout, Josh "The Goods" Woods defeated TPT participant Nick Price, who was being used as an enhancement talent. Post-match Woods called out Odinson who appeared on the stage but nothing more came of it.

Rhett Titus and Will Ferrara (The Dawgs) defeated Coast 2 Coast in a relatively flat match-up. Post-match as Coast 2 Coast was heading up the ramp The Briscoe's laid waste to both members and promised to do more of the same to the entire tag division until the Motor City Machine Guns gave them their shot.

In a really solid battle of British stars Will Ospreay defeated Marty Scurll in a match that could have been solid PPV opener. These two both have bright futures with us.

Prior to the main event, SoCal Uncensored appeared and began airing their grievances over the threats of Joe Koff and how it took them off their game. They wanted to face any team of two or three tonight in the Main Event... This prompted Chuckie T and Beretta to head to the ring. The main event was the match of the night as The Addiction, with a bit of help from Scorpio Sky, took down the Best Friends.
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ROH TV February Week 1, 2018



In a hot opener The Young Bucks held a superkick party with the faces of The Dawgs. Post-Match SoCal Uncensored once again appeared and cut a similar promo to last week calling Joe Koff's treatment of the group unfair and distracting.

In a true battle of athleticism vs brute strength, Flip Gordon managed to take down Shane Taylor. As this match ended though "Filthy" Tom Lawlor jumped over the barricade with a microphone in hand. He headed straight for the ring and prevented referee Todd Sinclair from leaving. He proceeded to verbally eviscerate Sinclair and insisted that three weeks ago he was screwed out of his rightful victory against JT Dunn by Sinclair. He threatened to choke Sinclair out right then and there if security stepped foot into the ring, creating a stand-off between security and hostage-taker. Lawlor then demanded action which prompted Joe Koff to make an appearance. The appearance of Koff was enough of a distraction to allow Sinclair to escape the ring. Koff proceeded to tell Lawlor that he was a pirate in the Ring of Honor and wasn't welcomed in the ring. He told him that he didn't have a contract and was formally banned from stepping foot in another Ring of Honor ring. At that point security and local police officers surrounded him and despite a small protest, managed to subdue Lawlor and escort him from the building and into a police-car outside.

We cut to a promo with Jay Lethal asking Will Ospreay to be his partner in a fight against Matt Maven's Kingdom lackeys TK O'Ryan and Vinny Marseglia.

Ospreay, obviously agreeing to team with Lethal, once again put on a great show as the makeshift team took down O'Ryan and Marseglia in a solid match-up.

We got a promo featuring Odinson. The promo is dark and features some of his bone-crushing maneuvers from the Top Prospect Tournament. The words "THE END is here" flash across the screen to end the promo.

In our main event Alex Shelley took down former TV champ Silas Young. During the match both the Beer City Bruiser and Chris Sabin were sent to the back by the referee. Post-match, now riding solo, Shelley was jumped by both Briscoe Brothers until Chris Sabin flew back down the ramp and saved his partner, ending the show.
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ROH TV February Week 2




Two shows before Manhattan Mayhem, The Bullet Club opened the show in the ring, they said tonight was about solving problems. Problems like SoCal Uncensored, and Cody's lack of a World Title.

That segment led us to Scorpio Sky taking on Marty Scurll. Scurll took home the victory and got the Bullet Club's night off to a great start. After the match, The Addiction said they wanted to face the Young Bucks at Manhattan Mayhem, and wouldn't need Scorpio Sky's assistance to win.

Backstage with see a hooded figure with his back facing the camera. Behind him, facing the camera, we see Punishment Martinez. The figure is imploring Punishment to come home and find his redemption.

Back in the ring The Briscoe Brothers annihilated Coast 2 Coast. Post-match the Briscoes continue the beatdown until the Motor City Machine Guns make the save and send the Briscoes to the back.

Flip Gordon defeated Matt Taven in a match that was used to set-up a 6-man tag at Manhattan Mayhem. Post-match The Kingdom's 3-on-1 beatdown was interrupted by Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay. Lethal immediately told Taven and company that they'd see them in Manhattan.

In the main event Cody and The Young Bucks defeated Dalton Castle and The Boys. Castle and Cody had a great exchange in the middle of the match and the PPV Main Event should be a great match-up. The finish show Cody hit one of the Boys with the Cross Rhodes for the 1-2-3.
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ROH TV February Week 3


The show opened with Punishment Martinez absolutely obliterating enhancement talent, Julian Starr. As the match ended we saw the Hooded Figure on the screen imploring Martinez to "Come Home".

Josh "The Goods" Woods defeated "Brutal" Bob Evans in an awful match-up, Odinson hit the ring post-match and leveled Woods with a huge "Pounce" followed by a Spinebuster in the center of the ring. The announcers hyped the 2017 Top Prospect Tournament winner, Woods, facing 2018 Top Prospect Tournament winner, Odinson in Manhattan.

Hangman Page defeated Scorpio Sky in another mediocre showing for Sky. Sky's losing streak continued and Post-Match The Addiction announced that Scorpio Sky was booted from SoCal Uncensored and that he has been a massive disappointment to them. The Addiction said that their tag match with the Young Bucks would be mano-a-mano, two vs. two, no one on accompanying either team to the ring.

War Machine made their first showing in the month of February, hitting Fallout and defeating The Dawgs. Hanson really shined in this match-up.

We then got a PPV Preview Video highlighting some of the match-ups, in particular Cody vs. Dalton Castle and The Kingdom facing Jay Lethal, Flip Gordon, and Will Ospreay.

The main event saw The Motor City Machine Guns defend their Tag Titles, defeating The Beer City Bruiser and Silas Young. As one can expect, The Briscoes post-match made their presence known and formally made the challenge. Sabin and Shelley, before accepting, made one change. This will be a FIGHT WITHOUT HONOR.
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Ring of Honor Manhattan Mayhem Pay-Per-View Preview
Confirmed Card

Ring Of Honor officials formally confirmed six match-ups for Manhattan Mayhem, but as always reserve the right to add additional matches as the night progresses. One of those potential additions involves the TV Title as Kenny King has reportedly issued an open challenge to anyone currently on the roster whom he hasn't faced. (Small hint he has appeared on one of the results images)

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  • Josh "The Goods" Woods vs. Odinson
  • Punishment Martinez vs. Cheeseburger
  • Grudge Match: The Addiction vs. The Young Bucks
  • 6-Man Tag: Flip Gordon, Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay vs. The Kingdom
  • Fight Without Honor For The ROH Tag Titles: Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers
  • ROH World Championship: Cody vs. Dalton Castle {C}

    Bonus Question:
    -Who will Kenny King defend the TV Title against?
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Josh "The Goods" Woods vs. Odinson
Punishment Martinez vs. Cheeseburger
Grudge Match: The Addiction vs. The Young Bucks
6-Man Tag: Flip Gordon, Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay vs. The Kingdom
Fight Without Honor For The ROH Tag Titles: Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers
ROH World Championship: Cody vs. Dalton Castle {C}

Bonus Question:
-Who will Kenny King defend the TV Title against? Scorpio Sky maybe?

By the way, is Bob Evans still wrestling? Daaamn. Also interested to see where Lawlor will go storyline-wise.
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Josh "The Goods" Woods vs. Odinson
Punishment Martinez vs. Cheeseburger
Grudge Match: The Addiction vs. The Young Bucks
6-Man Tag: Flip Gordon, Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay vs. The Kingdom
Fight Without Honor For The ROH Tag Titles: Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers
ROH World Championship: Cody vs. Dalton Castle {C}

Bonus Question:
-Who will Kenny King defend the TV Title against? Chuck Taylor
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Josh "The Goods" Woods vs. Odinson
Punishment Martinez vs. Cheeseburger
Grudge Match: The Addiction vs. The Young Bucks
6-Man Tag: Flip Gordon, Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay vs. The Kingdom
Fight Without Honor For The ROH Tag Titles: Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers
ROH World Championship: Cody vs. Dalton Castle {C}

Bonus Question:
-Who will Kenny King defend the TV Title against? Rocky Romero
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By the way, is Bob Evans still wrestling? Daaamn. Also interested to see where Lawlor will go storyline-wise.
Bob Evans was wrestling on local Indy shows in Southern New England back in the early 90's. He lives/used to live close to where I live and so I would see him on every local Indy show I went to. The guy is going to wrestle forever!


Josh "The Goods" Woods vs. Odinson

Punishment Martinez vs. Cheeseburger

I would love to see Cheeseburger get the win here, but I highly doubt it will happen.

Grudge Match: The Addiction vs. The Young Bucks

Let me see here...I am a big Daniels fan and I loathe the Young Bucks so this choice is easy.


6-Man Tag: Flip Gordon, Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay vs. The Kingdom

I am not a fan of the Kingdom

Fight Without Honor For The ROH Tag Titles: Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers

ROH World Championship: Cody vs. Dalton Castle {C}

Bonus Question:
-Who will Kenny King defend the TV Title against? I've got four words for you...The Beer City Bruiser!
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Josh "The Goods" Woods vs. Odinson
Punishment Martinez vs. Cheeseburger
Grudge Match: The Addiction vs. The Young Bucks
6-Man Tag: Flip Gordon, Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay vs. The Kingdom
Fight Without Honor For The ROH Tag Titles: Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers
ROH World Championship: Cody vs. Dalton Castle {C}

Bonus Question:
-Who will Kenny King defend the TV Title against? Hansen
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Josh "The Goods" Woods vs. Odinson

Punishment Martinez vs. Cheeseburger

Grudge Match: The Addiction vs. The Young Bucks

6-Man Tag: Flip Gordon, Jay Lethal and Will Ospreay vs. The Kingdom

Fight Without Honor For The ROH Tag Titles: Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers

ROH World Championship: Cody vs. Dalton Castle {C}

Bonus Question:
-Who will Kenny King defend the TV Title against: Jay White
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Ring Of Honor Manhattan Mayhem 2018
Live on Pay Per View, Available Exclusively Through Fite.TV
February Week 3, Sunday, 2018

Commentators: Ian Riccaboni, Bobby Cruise and Colt Cabana

The Hammerstein Ballroom was rocking as the pre-show audience was treated to War Machine defeating the Best Friends in a pre-show bout.

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As the show went live on Fite.TV; Kenny King wandered out to the ring, Television Title draped over his shoulder. He issued an open challenge to any current ROH roster member, saying he is a TV Star and needs to be on PPV. Freshly returned from Japan, Jay White answered the challenge.

ROH Television Title
Kenny King {C} defeated Jay White

If your going to be cocky, you better back it up. Kenny King did exactly that, taking down Jay White in a solid match-up. The win was King's first defense of his newly reacquired TV Title.
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After the match we saw a sepia-toned promo with Silas Young sitting on a porch overlooking a wide-open pasture. Young was drinking a beer, and seemed to be alone in his thoughts. As the camera panned closer to him he turned and focused on it. He mentioned the first 6 weeks of 2018 didn't go as planned and now the Last Real Man was taking some time to drink some beers, solve some problems, and refocus.
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Odinson defeated Josh "The Goods" Woods

In the battle between the last two Top Prospect Tournament winners, Odinson showed why he was a force to be reckoned with. He controlled the pace of the match and hit a huge fall-away slam he calls "The End" to win the match. As Todd Sinclair raised his hand, "Filthy" Tom Lawlor jumped the barricade and slid into the ring, he immediately locked a chokehold onto Todd Sinclair and dropped him to the mat. Odinson seemed unfazed and headed backstage. Meanwhile Lawlor pulled tighter on Sinclair's neck until Sinclair stopped moving. Lawlor stood up, dusted himself off, and demanded a microphone. He started to call out Joe Koff, but was immediately confronted by Josh Woods, who had just recovered from the loss. Woods and Lawlor exchanged punches and the brawl was on. Joe Koff, flanked by many of New York's finest, marched to the ring and tried to get a hold of the scenario. The Police and venue security separated Woods and Lawlor and Koff stood in the middle of the ring demanding to know how Lawlor got in the building. Lawlor smirked and mentioned having friends in high places. He told the police to not lay a hand on him... he'd peacefully give himself up. He laughed as officers handcuffed him and escorted him from the ring, yelling "Enjoy retirement, Joe!"

The announcers reminded us that tonight was Joe Koff's final show as ROH COO and that he was retiring at the end of the night. They mentioned Lawlor was detained only two weeks ago, and banned from future Ring of Honor events. Lawlor was clearly trespassing tonight, and he'll certainly face charges for tonight's incident.
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Backstage: Dalton Castle, flanked by The Boys, cut a promo about how much the Ring of Honor World Championship meant to him. He mentioned that outside of The Boys, the World Title was the pinnacle of his career and that no matter how hard Cody fought, the belt was staying with Dalton....Castle....
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Punishment Martinez defeated Cheeseburger

In a quick squash, Punishment Martinez defeated Cheeseburger with the South of Heaven Chokeslam. Post-match the hooded figure appeared on the screen again saying... "COME HOME....... DAMIEN"
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Joe Koff was out again to tell fans that he's filed charges against Tom Lawlor, and that Todd Sinclair would be staying overnight in a Manhattan-area hospital for monitoring.

Ring of Honor World Tag Team Championship
Fight Without Honor
Motor City Machine Guns {C} vs. The Briscoe Brothers
VS

Unlike most Ring of Honor match-ups, a Fight Without Honor does not require the teams to shake hands before the match, it also doesn't follow traditional rules. Meaning there would be no tags, and anything would go. The Briscoes, seemingly more adept at this style of match took advantage early and held an advantage heading into the middle part of the match. Like all good stories, the middle part of the match saw a great comeback from the Guns. At one point Chris Sabin even hit Jay Briscoe with an apron Cradle Shock. As he rolled him back into the ring though, Mark Briscoe came in and broke-up the pin. The middle part of the match also saw weapons introduced into the match as the Briscoe's used the chains from their ring gear to choke Alex Shelley and whip Chris Sabin. Undaunted, the Guns fought back and seemingly had the upper-hand as Alex Shelley grabbed Mark Briscoe and ran to the corner... he bounded up the ropes and went to flip-over Mark for the Sliced Bread #2, but Briscoe pushed him away and sent him flying over the ropes to the floor. He turned his attention to Sabin who was crawling to his feet in the middle of the ring and took him back down with a kick to the gut. A little Redneck Karate, and a Mark Briscoe Froggy Bow from the top-rope with his elbow wrapped in the chain, led to the 1-2-3 and NEW Ring of Honor Tag Team Champions.

The Briscoe Brothers defeated The Motor City Machine Guns to become the NEW Ring of Honor World Tag Team Champions

Leaving little time to gloat, War Machine walked out onto the stage and menacingly stared down the new champs. These two teams lit it up last month and the feud that seems to be developing should be a rough and tumble one.
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Backstage The Young Bucks are chatting with Hangman Page and Marty Scurll. They tell them they are going to respect The Addiction's wishes and that Hangman should stay in the back tonight.

Grudge Match
The Addiction defeated The Young Bucks

Turn back the clocks as this was a vintage Christopher Daniels performance. The Young Bucks made a pre-match mistake thinking that The Addiction didn't have a plan as late in the match Rocky Romero heading to ringside and distracted Matt Jackson, which allowed Daniels to steal a victory. Post-Match Romero joined The Addiction for a 3-on-2 beatdown. Hangman Page ran out to even the score and the teams brawled for a bit. Once things were separated, Kazarian and Daniels formally introduced SoCal Uncensored 2.0, Featuring "SoCal's Finest" Rocky Romero.
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6-Man Tag
Jay Lethal, Flip Gordon and Will Ospreay defeated The Kingdom

As if the 6-man tag titles needed an even more crowded field, the team of Lethal, Gordon and Ospreay worked well together and soared through the sky, managing to keep The Kingdom silent and take home a big victory.
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Backstage, Cody and Brandi are seen. Cody is enjoying a fine scotch and has his victory cigar prepared for after the match. He talks about how Gold just suits his family well and how he and Brandi are Ring of Honor's GOLDEN couple.

Ring of Honor World Championship
Dalton Castle {C} vs. Cody
VS

This was a rematch from Final Battle, but the product was significantly different. Cody and Dalton both seemed intensely focused throughout the match and both men seemed to have scouted the other extremely well. Dalton went for an early Bang-A-Rang only for Cody to slip out and lock on the American Nightmare Lock, Dalton managed to get to the ropes and both men headed to their corners to regroup. Dalton being fanned by The Boys and Cody being massaged by Brandi. As the match restarted we saw a new fire lit under both men. Cody and Dalton went back and forth, but Cody's experience seemed to give him the upperhand. The fans were hot and the finish upcoming, as Cody took Dalton to a knee, went for a Disaster Kick, but Dalton had it scouted and jumped out of the way but Cody also had it planned out and landed and spun and reverse heel kick to Dalton's skull. With Dalton down Cody locked on the American Nightmare Lock in the middle of the ring and forced Dalton to tap, crowning Cody as the NEW and now two-time Ring of Honor World Champion

Cody defeated Dalton Castle to become the NEW Ring of Honor World Champion

Cody and Brandi celebrated together in the ring both holding their belts high in the sky as streamers flew through the air.

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Match Ratings:
Pre-Show: War Machine defeated Best Friends (C-)
Kenny King defeated Jay White (D-)
Odinson defeated Josh Woods (E+)
Punishment Martinez defeated Cheeseburger (E)
The Addiction defeated The Young Bucks (C-)
Jay Lethal, Will Ospreay and Flip Gordon defeated The Kingdom (D+)
The Briscoes Defeated Motor City Machine Guns (C)
Cody Defeated Dalton Castle (C-)

Overall Show C-

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Prediction Contest (Through 3 of 5 Events Pre-Prize; Most Correct Wins, with Percentage correct as tie-breaker) (Remaining PPVs: Anniversary and Supercard of Honor)
KnowYourEnemy 2/4 + 4/7 (+1 TPT Finals) (Current: 7/11)
DGenerationMC 2/4 + 4/7 + 4/6 (Current: 10/17)
BHK1978 2/4 + 3/7 + 4/6 (Current 9/17)
Warhawk8492 2/7 + 4/6 (Current 6/13)
Uncrewed 2/7
Wolfman84 4/7
Blodyxe 4/7 + 4/6 (Current 8/13)
Kijar 2/6
Martel123 3/6 (+1 for TV Title Bonus, Jay White) (Current: 4/6)

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Believe it or not Brutal Bob is still wrestling... just saw him do a over the top rope plancha to the floor and bust his head open two weeks ago... Appears to be mainly teaching seminars and wrestling at the same show now.

I decided to put the belt back on Cody because he's significantly more popular than Dalton (in-game) and has been getting better ratings. Keeping in mind I booked Final Battle as it was in real life, I like Cody as champ better for the current situation... Plus I think the storylines flow better with him on-top. Dalton Castle becomes only the second ROH World Champ ever to not successfully defend his title.

The Lawlor storyline is one I'm really excited about, I hope I can do it justice as it develops. With Joe Koff retiring in game (right after this PPV) and leaving the business, I wanted to create a story behind that. Plus I wanted to develop some of the lower/midcard with new faces like Lawlor, Odinson, and even some like Josh Woods.

Scorpio Sky was a disaster in ring for me, wasn't clicking with anyone, decided to just write him off... then I realized I had Romero on the roster and doing nothing... he's also from LA (like Daniels and Kazarian)... so it was natural.

Welcome to new predictors!
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Default Tom Lawlor Charged With Trespassing, Assault

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After yet another incursion by Tom Lawlor on Ring of Honor property during Manhattan Mayhem, Lawlor was charged with simple trespassing and after his vicious assault on an official was also charged with simple battery. Lawlor, upon his release from the station spoke with local reporters and said, "I'd do it again if I don't get my fair opportunity. Todd Sinclair screwed me out of my chance to make a name for myself in Ring of Honor and I won't stop this crusade until I get a fair opportunity at proving myself in the ring. While my actions are radical, they are my only option since FORMER COO Joe Koff attempted to ban me from the arena. Now that the old man is officially retired, I've asked my agents to pull some strings and see about getting me appropriate access to Ring of Honor."

In the coming weeks as we move towards ROH Anniversary, Ring of Honor will formally announce a new CEO, the current plan is for the new CEO to be announced during Anniversary. But, as Ring of Honor looks toward the future, they better also keep a keen eye out for "Filthy" Tom Lawlor as he may have other plans for the new CEO...
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Default ROH TV February Week 4, March Week 1, Odinson Promo Piece


Running roughshod over Ring of Honor since his debut, Odinson has recently been the subject of some violently haunting promos that have aired on ROH TV. Just in case you have missed them, ROHWrestling.com has uploaded it just for you!

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ROH TV February Week 4



Future of Honor Online Exclusive: Odinson defeated Cheeseburger with THE END.

Coming off a hot Manhattan Mayhem Pay-Per-View this weeks ROH TV kicked off with a Manhattan Mayhem recap video, the video highlighted the formation of SoCal Uncensored 2.0 with Rocky Romero joining Daniels and Kazarian. The Fight Without Honor which saw The Briscoe Brothers capture the tag titles and of course, Cody reclaiming gold. The video went off the air announcing that Cody's RE-Corination ceremony would take place next week.

In the opening match-up Punishment Martinez laid waste to enhancement talent, Myron Reed. After the match ended a woman dressed in all black, with black lipstick and black fishnet stockings walked down the aisle, she circled the ring, capturing Punishment's attention before walking back up the aisle and then on the screen the hooded figure, this time facing the camera, with his head down, once again proclaimed "Damien, COME HOME"

Up-next, Kenny King easily defended his Television title against The Beer City Bruiser. The match ended and we kicked it to another sepia-soaked promo with Silas Young sitting on a fence, in front of vast open land. He's got a beer bottle in his hand. He says nothing, but the words on the screen read, Silas Young: The Last Real Man, Problem Solved.

War Machine defeated Tough Guy Inc in a quick match-up. War Machine is definitely in position to be the first team to challenge the Briscoes at Anniversary.

Jay Lethal defeated Matt Taven one-on-one, putting an end to the feud between the men. After the match Lethal cut a promo about capturing his opportunity. He wants to face Cody, one-on-one for the title. Of course... Dalton Castle has something to say about that and he challenges Lethal to a match-up next week to determine who will face Cody at Anniversary.

In our main event Rocky Romero defeated Marty Scurll in a solid match-up. SoCal Uncensored 2.0 continues to be a thorn in the side of the Bullet Club. The show went off the air with the members of SoCal Uncensored 2.0 calling for a shot at the Hung Bucks.
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ROH TV March Week 1, 2019



Women Of Honor Online Exclusive: Brandi Rhodes defended her WOH Title against Scarlett Bourdeaux in an abysmal match-up.

This week on ROH TV the show kicked off with Cody in the ring and the re-corination ceremony. Everything is going swell until Dalton Castle and Jay Lethal both interrupt the ceremony. Cody throws a huge fit in the ring and says this is his party, not theirs. He reminds Dalton that just two weeks ago he tapped out, and reminds Lethal that he hasn't earned a thing. All three men wind-up face-to-face, and Cody raises his Championship RING in-between Castle and Lethal's face and tells them both to "Kiss The Ring" as the segment ends.

The opening bout saw Odinson annihilate Jonathan Gresham. Gresham gave-up over 100 pounds to Odinson and ultimately stood no chance. THE END ended it. ROHWrestling.com has an exclusive Odinson promo video up currently (above in this post).

The Briscoes defended their tag titles easily against The Boys in a match-up that really was used to set-up the post-match challenge that War Machine laid out. The Briscoes seemed happy to know they were the hunted now.

Marty Scurll got back on the winning track defeating Chuck Taylor in rare one-on-one action for Chuckie T.

Post-Match, Kenny King comes out and announces that next week there will be a fatal-four-way for a shot at his TV title. Marty Scurll just punched a ticket... He says he's been impressed with Will Ospreay, so he'll get a shot. And he's tired of listening to Matt Taven complain, so he'll be involved... and last but not least... the loser of tonight's main event will also be involved! Kenny King finishes by saying "See, I'm a man of the people!"

In the main event, Cody came down and joined Riccaboni and Cruise on commentary and then proceeded to watch Jay Lethal defeat Dalton Castle and become the new #1 Contender for Cody's title. The show went off the air with Cody leaving commentary to mock applaud Lethal's victory.
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