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ROH TV results: Marty Scurll vs. Shane Helms, three-team main event


Ring of Honor television episode #359 was taped in Fairfax, Virginia at the end of June.

Chris Sabin defeated Silas Young to become the number one contender to the ROH Television Championship

Alex Shelley joined Ian Riccaboni and Colt Cabana on commentary for the opening match.

Sabin got the early edge with some nice chain wrestling that led to a roll-up. Sabin maintained control and landed a flip dive off the apron. He then landed a big kick that sent Young outside. Sabin went to the top turnbuckle and connected with a missile dropkick, and a tornado DDT by Sabin earned a two count.

Young finally cut him off with a backbreaker and an anarchist suplex. Young put the beatdown on him, but Sabin was able to fight back and landed a Cradle Shock driver for the pin. Sabin is now the number one contender to the ROH TV title. Punishment Martinez, the current TV Champion, came out on the entrance ramp to intimidate him after.

Marty Scurll defeated Shane “Hurricane” Helms

This was a battle of the superhero vs. the super villain. Scurll threw his scarf at Helms to start the match. Helms threw it back at him, which led to Helms getting the early advantage with some chain wrestling into a fireman’s carry and an armbar. Scurll managed to outmaneuver Helms and then spat in Helms' face. He kept control and sent Helms outside, then stomped on his fingers.

Scurll hooked on some unique submissions, including a stranglehold into a lung blower. Helms was able to fight back and land an interesting looking variation of the Vertebreaker. Helms then landed the Eye of the Hurricane, but Scurll kicked out and landed a huge knee to his downed opponent.

Scurll snapped the fingers of Helms and went up top, but Helms followed and pulled off a really crazy neckbreaker. The referee had his back turned after a slight shove, which allowed Scurll to kick Helms low and roll him up for the win.

Los Ingobernobles de Japon (EVIL, SANADA & BUSHI) defeated SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky) and The Young Bucks & Hangman Page in a triple threat six-man tag match

There was an incredible opening sequence with basically everyone involved. Daniels landed an Arabian press moonsault to the outside, but The Young Bucks and Page landed triple superkicks on SCU and took over with their patented zany offense.

After the break, Daniels put SANADA down with an STO. Page got in and cut him off and went to work on SANADA with a buckle bomb. The Bucks hit a combo moonsault/frog splash, and Page followed up with a standing Shooting Star Press.

After a series of crazy moves, BUSHI spit green mist into the referee’s eyes. Kazarian used the ref’s arm to count the three, but BUSHI got his shoulder up at two and Kazarian stopped the count. The Bucks got superkick crazy and Page landed a cradle piledriver on SANADA, but the second ref didn’t make it down in time and SANADA kicked out.

Everyone spilled out to the floor, allowing BUSHI to hit a destroyer on Matt Jackson. Daniels and BUSHI were left in the ring, and Daniels hit a Blue Thunder Bomb. He went for the Angel's Wings, but The Briscoes interfered and Jay waffled Daniels with a chair. That allowed BUSHI to hit a facebuster for the pin.