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ROH TV results: Villain Enterprises in action


NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis and Kamille joined Colt Cabana and Ian Riccaboni on commentary for the first match. Aldis was there to scout his upcoming opponent, PJ Black.

Juice Robinson defeated PJ Black by DQ

Black started off with a big chop to Robinson. After a striking exchange, Black bailed to the floor and Robinson followed with a slingshot crossbody.

Black took control back with a sweet double axe handle off the apron to the floor. He grabbed Robinson’s arm and worked a hold. Black kept the heat on with a nice elbow off the second rope to the forehead of Robinson. He went for another, but Robinson caught him and landed a belly-to-belly suplex. He hoisted up Black and landed a gutbuster.

Black fought back, landed a hurricanrana, and then followed up with a moonsault. Robinson fought back and landed the Left Hand of God strike, which allowed him to hit a running cannonball. Robinson went up top, but Black threw the referee into the ropes to knock Robinson off the top. The ref called for the disqualification and awarded Robinson the win.

After the match, Black punched out the referee. He then walked over to Aldis, but Kamille intimidated him and he left peacefully.

Back in the ring, Robinson cut a promo and said that there would be new life breathed into ROH in 2019.

The Kingdom discussed what they do to newcomers, referring to the new Villain Enterprises trio of Marty Scurll, PCO & Brody King.

Shane Taylor defeated Mike Law

Caprice Coleman was on commentary and touted the skill of Taylor.

Taylor spit in the hand of Law. He then blasted Law with a punch and landed the Greetings from the 216 for the win.

Taylor grabbed the microphone and speculated about who paid him to take out Christopher Daniels a few weeks ago. He then said that nobody paid him -- he did it on his own.

Colt Cabana was in the ring and introduced Flip Gordon. He asked Gordon what his plans are for 2019. Gordon responded by saying that his next mission was to cash in his title opportunity for the ROH World Championship.

Kenny King interrupted and said that he can take his title shot and put it in the garbage. King said that he was the last man to pin Jay Lethal. King then showed footage of himself pinning Lethal at a close angle -- as to not reveal that his feet were on the ropes. King proceeded to call Gordon a phony and say that Gordon was a weekend warrior who was only brave enough to join the reserves.

The next match was supposed to be Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King & PCO) challenging ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions The Kingdom (Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia & TK O’Ryan). However, Taven came out with a mic.

Taven asked why Villain Enterprises thought they deserved a shot at the Kingdom -- because they didn’t earn it. This led to Taven bringing out a replacement team -- the Shinobi Shadow Squad of Cheeseburger, Eli Isom & Ryan Nova.

Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King & PCO) defeated Shinobi Shadow Squad (Cheeseburger, Eli Isom & Ryan Nova)

After the commercial, Isom was getting decimated by King with a running senton and a flipping back splash. Isom finally got a break and landed a suplex on King, allowing him to tag in Cheeseburger. Cheeseburger came in and landed a nice flying senton onto Scurll.

PCO came in and let Cheeseburger punch him. He then dragged Scurll to the corner and made his own tag. PCO stomped around waiting for Cheeseburger but missed a splash in the corner. Cheeseburger tagged out -- and in came Nova. A big knee didn’t phase PCO. Cheeseburger jumped on the back of PCO and hooked on a sleeper, which also didn’t effect him.

Finally, the Shadow Squad were able to break free. They all went for dives, but all three were caught and took chokeslams for their efforts. Nova was left alone in the ring. He ate a buckle bomb, a gonzo bomb, and a PCO moonsault. That allowed Villain Enterprises to pick up the win.

The show ended with words from Bully Ray. He was shown in front of a camp fire, spraying lighter fluid on it. Clips from Bully's I Quit match against Flip Gordon from Final Battle aired, and Bully said that he never said “I quit.”