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ROH Honor Reigns Supreme Results – Young Bucks vs. Briscoes, More

February 5, 2017 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
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Dalton Castle defeated Donovan Dijak. Fun opener. Dalton was over as expected.

War Machine defeated Dirty Andy Dalton and Rhett Titus. Dalton is a local and really good, he’s been in Pro Wrestling Noah. Great to see him get an opportunity. Titus was recruiting for The Rebellion but of course ended up leaving Dalton high and dry.

Adam Cole and Cody defeated The Addiction. The story was that Cole pinned Daniels and says he’s in his head as they lead towards their Vegas match. This was A LOT of fun.

Hangman Page defeated Jay Lethal after Cole/Cody interfered. The Addiction ran them off and Daniels said he’s the next world champ and Cody will get his from Lethal.

After intermission, Will Ferrera defeated Jax Dane, Jonathan Gresham (might have long name wrong) and Sho. This was an unadvertised match. Dane is a monster and it was all about showcasing his size and strength. Ferrera stole the win basically.

Bobby Fish defeated Lio Rush in a fantastic match. This was Lio’s best match I’ve seen. It took a top rope Falcon Arrow to finish Rush off. Big “This Is Awesome” chant afterwards.

Post match, Adam Cole tried to attack Fish but ended up getting a Falcon Arrow on the world title for his troubles.

Search & Destroy (MCMG/Jay White) defeated The Kingdom by DQ. Fun, fast paced match. S&D had this won but Taven hit White with his walking stick. I would expect a rematch soon.

The Young Bucks defeated The Briscoes in an incredible 2 out of 3 falls match. The Briscoes got the 1st fall which was standard rules. 2nd fall was to be Lucha rules but The Briscoes didn’t want any of that so they immediately got DQed by hitting The Bucks with chairs. The 3rd fall was complete insanity with no disqualification. The Young Bucks hit an Indy Taker on the walkway with Nick basically doing a long jump off the entrance. Hangman Page came out to break up a pin and then eventually a Meltzer Driver on some chairs finished off The Briscoes.

The crowd was good, not great. It was a new venue for them here, the 3rd one they’ve tried in just under a year. No announcement if they’ll come back.

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