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ROH TV taping results: Anniversary show build, title change


Image: Brandi Rhodes. Results: @BenTurpen.

Ring of Honor came to Center Stage in Atlanta last night for their latest set of television tapings.

The build to March's Anniversary pay-per-view continued, the World Television Championship changed hands, and Tenille Dashwood advanced in the Women of Honor title tournament.

- Sal Rinauro & J-Rocc won a tag team dark match

- Bully Ray cut a promo to begin the television tapings.

- Shane Taylor and Flip Gordon were the last two remaining in a battle royal

The final two wrestlers in this advanced to a singles match later in the night, with the winner getting a future shot at the TV title.

- The Young Bucks defeated Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky

The Bucks won by hitting the Meltzer Driver on Sky. Cody Rhodes did commentary for the match.

Christopher Daniels tried to attack the Bucks after the match, but Hangman Page made the save.

- Kenny King defeated Silas Young (w/ Beer City Bruiser and Brian Milonas) to win the ROH World Television Championship

King reclaimed the title after Bully Ray removed Beer City Bruiser and Milonas from ringside.

- The Briscoes defeated Best Friends (Beretta & Chuck Taylor)

To continue their feud, Motor City Machine Guns attacked The Briscoes following the match.

- Hangman Page defeated Christopher Daniels

Shane Taylor then laid out Page.

- Dalton Castle defending the ROH World Championship against Jay Lethal and Marty Scurll vs. Punishment Martinez were made official for the March 9th 16th Anniversary PPV in Las Vegas.

- ROH World Champion Dalton Castle & Jay Lethal defeated Marty Scurll & Punishment Martinez

Scurll accidentally threw powder into Martinez's face, then Lethal hit the Lethal Injection to win.

- Josh Woods defeated Gladiator Jeremiah

This was taped for ROH's Honor Club subscription service.

- Tenille Dashwood defeated Stacy Shadows in a Women of Honor Championship tournament first round match

Dashwood will face Brandi Rhodes in the next round.

- Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas defeated Ryan Nova & Eli Isom

- Flip Gordon defeated Shane Taylor in a TV title number one contender's match

Scorpio Sky tried to attack Gordon after the match until The Young Bucks made the save. Gordon declined a handshake from the Bucks.

- Coast to Coast (Leon St. Giovanni & Shaheem Ali) defeated The Dawgs (Rhett Titus & Will Ferrara)

Beer City Bruiser and Milonas then attacked Coast to Coast.

- The Bullet Club (Cody, Marty Scurll, The Young Bucks & Hangman Page) defeated The Kingdom (Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia & TK O'Ryan), Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian

Brandi Rhodes came out with "Bury the Bear," whose shirt said that the Bullet Club is fine despite their recent in-fighting. Bury the Bear did a dive from the top rope to everyone on the outside at one point.

Cody got the pin on Marseglia to win it for Bullet Club. The Kingdom then brawled with Daniels, Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky.

Cody reiterated that the Bullet Club is fine, but the Bucks said it's only fine with Kenny Omega. The Bucks and Scurll left, then came back out to film material for Being the Elite.