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ROH TV results: The Young Bucks vs. The Briscoes


- A recap of the Tag Team title change from last week where SoCal Uncensored (Scorpio Sky & Frankie Kazarian) defeated The Briscoes and The Young Bucks aired.

The Kingdom (Matt Taven & TK O’Ryan) defeated The Boys

Colt Cabana and Ian Riccaboni reminded us that The Kingdom laid out Dalton Castle with a three-man con-chair-to last week.

Before the match, Taven got on the mic and sent O’Ryan to the announce booth and said he could do this alone. He cheap-shotted The Boys to get the early advantage. Taven dominated until The Boys were able to fight back and land a double dive. However, the red balloons appeared and Vinny Marseglia emerged from under the ring to grab Boy One and pull him under. This left Taven alone to hit the Climax spike DDT on Boy Two for the win.

- Cody Rhodes talked about his upcoming match for the ROH World Championship against Jay Lethal at Final Battle.

- Riccaboni was in the ring and called out Jonathan Gresham to be interviewed. Riccaboni asked who he would be challenging at Final Battle. Gresham issued an open challenge to anyone who thinks they are the best technical wrestler in the world. Appearing immediately on the video screen was Zack Sabre Jr., who accepted the challenge.

Gresham responded by saying he would tap out Sabre.

- SoCal Uncensored were backstage. Christopher Daniels, who was wearing a neck brace, was on the phone with Joe Koff, and when he hung up he alerted Sky and Kazarian that they had been awarded contracts. Unfortunately, Daniels was not given a contract since he is not one of the Tag Team Champions. Daniels said he’d figure something out.

Kelly Klein defeated Jenny Rose in a Final Battle qualifying match

Klein got in Rose's face immediately and took over with some brutal knees. Rose finally came back with a spear and some nasty slaps to the back of the head. Klein landed a cheap elbow, which allowed her to land the K-Power driver on Rose for the win.

Women of Honor World Champion Sumie Sakai had been watching from ringside and did not look to be impressed. She'll defend her title against Klein, Madison Rayne, and Karen Q in a four corner survival match at Final Battle.

The Young Bucks vs. The Briscoes ended in a double DQ

Mark Briscoe and Nick Jackson started it off. They wrestled to a standoff, but Jay Briscoe came in without a tag and the double-team cheating began. Matt Jackson followed suit and landed a double dropkick. The Young Bucks used a hanging draping neckbreaker combined with a slingshot elbow to get the advantage.

After the break, The Briscoes were firmly in control as Mark worked over Matt. Matt evaded an attack and connected with a double clothesline. Matt tagged in Nick -- who came in fired up. The Bucks hooked on a double Sharpshooters as the crowd chanted “tap.” Nick tagged Matt back in -- which may have been a mistake as Mark laid waste to both Bucks. Jay got in and used the Sharpshooter on Matt in retaliation.

All four men ended up in the ring and exchanged strikes. The Bucks hit the ropes and each ate a superkick before immediately firing back with superkicks of their own. It looked like the Bucks were going for the Meltzer Driver, but Jay threw in two chairs. Jay grabbed one -- as did Matt. Jay launched his at Nick as Matt launched his at Mark. Referee Todd Sinclair had no choice but to disqualify both teams.

The match was over -- but the fighting continued. It was an all-out brawl for a few minutes until security finally made their way to the ring to separate the teams. Just as it was seemingly calmed down, SoCal Uncensored’s music hit and Sky and Kazarian came out.

Kazarian said that since there was no winner, they’d be happy to defend the ROH World Tag Team titles against both teams in a Ladder War match at Final Battle.