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G1 Supercard notes: Tag title match, Dalton Castle vs. Rush, Bully Ray


A Tag Team title change with G1 Supercard implications took place at Friday's ROH 17th Anniversary pay-per-view.

Villain Enterprises (PCO & Brody King) defeated The Briscoes in a no disqualification match to win the ROH Tag Team titles. With that, PCO & King are currently set to face IWGP Tag Team Champions Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa in a title vs. title match with both sets of championships on the line at G1 Supercard.

In other developments for G1 Supercard, ROH Television Champion Jeff Cobb challenged NEVER Openweight Champion Will Ospreay to a title vs. title match, Dalton Castle challenged Rush, and Bully Ray said he'll be having a New York City street fight.

Castle was on commentary for Rush vs. Bandido and then got into the ring after Rush won. Castle challenged Rush to a match at G1 Supercard, with the storyline being that Castle wants to get back on track by facing someone who's undefeated in singles matches in ROH.

Bully Ray interrupted rapper Mega Ran's performance at the 17th Anniversary PPV, talked about wrestling at Madison Square Garden, and issued an open challenge to anyone in the professional wrestling business to face him in an NYC street fight at G1 Supercard. Bully Ray said the person he wants to face knows that he's talking about them.

At one point, the crowd chanted for Flip Gordon. Bully Ray mentioned that he didn't say "I Quit" in the I Quit match he lost to Gordon at Final Battle.

G1 Supercard is taking place at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, April 6.