7/16 ROH TV taping results – Philadelphia, PA (spoilers)

Jul 17, 2016 - by Steve Gerweck

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Credit: PWInsider

There may have been matches before this, but as we walked in, Veda Scott pinned Solo Darling. Darling looked good for the 2 minutes we saw.

Jay White pinned Will Ferrara.

There was some sort of segment with Mark Briscoe and Bobby Fish but the sound system sucked.

ROH champ Jay Lethal pinned Colt Cabana clean, so we got the finish we didn’t get on PPV. Lethal demanded he defend the belt against Adam Cole and finally Nigel McGuinness agreed. That will happen at the DBD PPV.

The Addiction come out and Young Bucks and RPG Vice all challenge them. This sets up…

The Young Bucks defeat RPG Vice,

They have a contract signing for Lethal vs. Cole. They sign and they brawl. Lethal gets Cole down and tries to cut his hair but the Bucks pull Cole to safety. Title vs. Hair has to be where they are going, right?

The crew set up a table in the ring for an ROH World Heavyweight Championship contract signing. Adam Cole is out first followed by Lethal. Cole says he shaved Jay’s hair to prove he can take anything he wants from him whenever he wants and will be doing the same with the ROH World title.

Lio Rush pinned Donovan Dijak. White saves Rush from a post-match beeting.

Jenny Rose and Nanae Takahashi defeated Solo Darling and Sumie Saki.

Kamaitachi pinned Stuka Jr. from CMLL. Stuka was a lot of fun.

There was a match with Cheeseburger and a few others I didn’t know (sound system) which went to no finish as BJ Whitmer and Punisher attacked them.

Jay Briscoe fought Jay White to a draw. Good match. White is really amazing.

Shane Taylor and Keith Lee beat War Machine. Major upset.

Hangman Page pinned Jon Gresham.

The Cabinet, Caprice and the All Night Express defeated Dalton Castle and his boys.

ROH Tag Team champions The Addiction beat The Young Bucks. Crowd did not like that. Motor City Machineguns made the save but everyone ended up brawling. Show closed with Bucks on ladders.

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