ROH Glory By Honor XIII results from San Antonio, TX

Nov 16, 2014 - by Steve Gerweck

By Chris GST

ROH Glory By Honor XIII
Nov 15, 2014
San Antonio, TX

Pre show match
Jay Diesel def Shane Taylor of NWA Houston via a death valley driver
– ‘Shane is gonna kill you’ chant early on He is very over with the crowd
Main card
Tommaso Ciampa def Romantic Touch with the rings of saturn while RT had a rose in his mouth
– match began with a proposal followed by a lot of humping
– Ciampa did some good comedy with touch. Lots of rose play
Hanson def Mark Briscoe, BJ Whitmer, and Moose with a spinning kick on Mark.
– Good back and forth match where every got a chance to shine
– Raymond Rowe is out with Hanson post match with his arm in a brace. Puts Hanson over big and promises War Machine will come back and take over ROH
– Elgin comes in through the crowd with a guy with a video camera and said Hanson will be greater Rowe. Elgin hits Hanson and runs leaving the guy with him to get destroyed by War Machine
Kazarian def Roderick Strong with the unprettier
– Decade comes out mid match and watches from the ramp.
– Kazarian was thrown to the outside and got beat up by Whitmer and Page
ROH World Tag Title
reDRagon def The Kingdom (Matt Taven & Mike Bennett) with chasing the dragon
– reDRagon came with both IWGP Jr & ROH Tag Titles
ROH returns on April 4, 2015
Will Ferrera def Adam Page with a roll up after Roderick strong distracts Page.
– After the match Strong beat up Page and Whitmer with Will’s help. Strong teased shaking hands with Will but did not
ROH TV Title
Jay Lethal def RD Evans to retain and end the streak after Moose hit a spear on Evans by accident
– Crowd was split for Lethal and Evans
– Truth and Veda get ejected after both pulled Todd Sinclair out of the ring during a pin.
Adam Cole def Christopher Daniels with the Jay Driller
– Really good back and forth match
ROH World Title
Jay Briscoe def ACH with the Jay Driller
– ACH was by far the favorite though ACH got a lot of chants
– Jay got on the microphone and puts over ACH as the future of wrestling.
Really good show overall. Not event of the year but everything was good and no bad matches took place.

Leave a Reply