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ROH TV results: Bullet Club vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon


This episode of Ring of Honor television was again taped at the Odeum in Chicago, Illinois.

The Bullet Club (Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, Marty Scurll, and Adam “Hangman” Page) opened the show and announced that their opponents for the main event tonight would be Los Ingobernables de Japon in a 10-man tag team match. Bullet Club said the J in LIJ stands for jabronis.

Ian Riccaboni and Colt Cabana called the action. Riccaboni mentioned that Chicago is Cabana’s hometown -- to which Cabana replied that there are many billboards of him up in the area.

Kenny King defeated Chuckie T

On his way to the ring, King said he had not forgotten about Austin Aries giving him a low blow and a brainbuster a few weeks back.

King wanted a hug of honor instead of a handshake. An even matchup started it off and a nice wrestling exchange ended in a hug. Another grappling mix-up ended in another hug, but Chuckie T used it as an opportunity to connect with a belly-to-belly suplex.

King nailed a twisting dive to the floor and then took time to pose for a selfie with a fan, who took too long so King left and yelled, "have your cameras ready." Then Chuckie T hit a dive and gave the same fan a chance to get a selfie with him instead. Back in the ring, Chuckie hit a snap piledriver, then went for the Awful Waffle, but King countered into the Royal Flush for the pin and the win. 

A replay of The Briscoes beatdown of The Young Bucks with chairs from a few weeks ago led into a Briscoes promo. Jay Briscoe said the Bucks were the best in the world at selling  T-shirts, but that they would not beat them for the titles on June 29 in Baltimore, Maryland, at the Best in the World pay-per-view.

Shane Taylor cut a promo in the ring and called Josh Woods and King Mo "losers," which led to our next match.

Shane Taylor defeated Josh Woods

A replay of Woods getting a win over Taylor from West Palm Beach, Florida with an assist from King Mo reminded us of why Taylor was so upset.

Taylor hit a bowling ball roll on Woods into the barricades. He was firmly in control until Woods took his back and hit two German suplexes, but Woods walked into a huge right hand and got knocked out for the pin.

ROH World Champion Dalton Castle and The Boys joined Riccaboni and Cabana to get a closer look at his upcoming opponents, Cody and Marty Scurll.

Bullet Club (Cody, The Young Bucks, Marty Scurll & Adam Page) defeated Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, EVIL, SANADA, BUSHI & Hiromu Takahashi)

Cody and Naito started it off, with Naito spitting at him and Cody bailing. Naito faked going for a dive and instead laid down for a relaxing pose. This brought Scurll and BUSHI in for some chain wrestling. The Bucks then entered and squared up with EVIL and SANADA. This brought everyone in for a 10-man standoff that turned into a wild brawl. Bullet Club got the advantage after some dives, but Takahashi used Daryl Jr. to clear house until he ate a superkick.

Scurll and Takahashi tagged in for a striking exchange. Scurll used a foot stomp and multiple superkicks and went for the chicken wing. Takahashi countered and backdropped Scurll into the corner.

Nick Jackson got the tag and nailed a facebuster for a near fall. The Bucks locked on double Sharpshooters but were cut off by Takahashi and Naito, who then got cut off by the Buck Shot from Page. Out of nowhere, Punishment Martinez came to the ring and he and Page battled to the back in anticipation of their match at Best in the World.

After the break, LIJ were in control briefly until each man from both teams came in and hit moves back and forth, including a Japanese Destroyer from BUSHI and a Magic Killer on Matt Jackson. It looked like that was the end, but Nick pulled referee Todd Sinclair out of the ring at the last second.

It looked like Nick was going to take a sunset flip powerbomb to the floor, but Burnard the Business Bear made the save and then took the green mist from BUSHI. Cody grabbed BUSHI from behind and Scurll went to hit him with his cane, but BUSHI moved and Scurll hit Cody.

A superkick party ensued and the Bucks finally landed the 5 Star Meltzer Driver on BUSHI for the win.