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PCW Supershow Of Honor 2 Show 4 results

T Bone, Iestyn Rees, and Bubblegum beat Delirious, Kyle O'Reilly, and Bobby Fish

Solid opener that ended with Bubblegum pinning Delirious who had part of his clothing caught in the turnbuckle. Bobby Fish really great with all his little comments throughout the match as usual.

Noam Dar beat Lionheart

After some fun and games revolving around Lionheart having only one diehard fan, he once again walked out taking a count out loss. After the match both Dar and Sha Samuels stated their claim to a Heavyweight title shot.

Kenny King beat Cedric Alexander

Ring announcer Richard Parker accidentally began to call Alexander "Kenny" during his intro with prompted much mirth and references to racism/Hulk Hogan. Decent match and Alexander always seems to over deliver in these sort of situations.

Dalton Castle beat Silas Young

Good match between two of the MVPs of the weekend.

War Machine beat Roy Knight and T Bone

Originally supposed to be both members of The Hooligans but Zak Knight legitimately got drunk last night and did his ankle ligaments falling over a kerb or something. Tremendously wild match, all sorts of chaos and big bumps around the ringside/chairs. Really good stuff, T Bone and Roy as warring tag team partners in the midst of a fight.

Adam Cole beat Bubblegum to retain the PCW Cruiserweight Title Bubblegum answered Cole's open challenge. At this point the crowd was so tired for the rest of the show, but they tried hard to get a reaction. Cole retaining presumably means he will be returning in 2016.

Joey Hayes and Martin Kirby beat Charlie Garrett and Ashton Smith

A good comedy outing. Hayes got the pin on Smith whilst holding the ropes.

Roderick Strong beat Jay Lethal (non title match)

Strong picked up the win via submission when Lethal tapped to the Stronghold. Good mixture of some comedy to draw the crowd in and more serious stuff. Both guys seemed to enjoy the weekend, Lethal cut a pre-match promo putting over PCW and describing the weekend as not just a wrestling show but an experience. Strong spoke positively after the match, and called the rest of the ROH guys out to share the ring.