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New Ring of Honor TV champion crowned


The following contains spoilers for this week's Ring of Honor TV episode.

On the new Ring of Honor TV episode that began airing on Sinclair affiliates and several regional sports affiliates this weekend, Dalton Castle defeated Dragon Lee for the TV title.

As has been the case in recent months, no fans were in attendance at the set of tapings where the title match took place. 

This is the first TV title reign for Castle and his third ROH title overall as he previously held the World title and the Six-Man titles with The Boys. 

Lee held the title for more than 100 days after defeating Tony Deppen in July at Best in the World. He only defended it once, defeating Eli Isom as part of a TV taping that aired in the late-summer. Lee and Kenny King lost the Tag Team titles to Matt Taven and Mike Bennett at this month's Honor for All special, leaving him beltless for the first time in ROH this year.

The company has one final event left this year with next month's Final Battle pay-per-view. After that, ROH will go dark for three months as they evaluate how to navigate their future.

We will have a full report of the match and TV show on Monday following its debut on Honor Club.