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ROH 9/12 Chicago house show results: Young Bucks vs. Future Shock, NJPW show announcement

Submitted by Case Lowe

Mike Bennett & Matt Taven def. Curt Stallion & Brad Kevins

The Kingdom took one of them out with a Spike Piledriver to the floor before pinning the other one with another Spike Piledriver, this one in the ring. 

Dalton Castle def. Beer City Bruiser with a Bridging German Suplex

Crowd was really invested in Castle. Lots of interference from Silas Young and The Boys on the outside. 

Michael Elgin def. Watanabe

This felt like a G1 match. The crowd wasn't into this until Elgin hit his Top Rope Falcon Arrow towards the finish. They reacted to his power spots much more than his strikes. Crazy match. Both guys kicked out of stuff at one. Watanabe looked good and Elgin looked great. 

BJ Whitmer, who was out on commentary, told the crowd that Adam Page was hurt and couldn't wrestle. It took him almost five minutes to get this out. The crowd kept chanting "Shut up BJ" and "BJ Sucks", much like fans chant "New Day Sucks". Page came out and brawled with Mark Briscoe before Jay made the save. The Decade bailed and out came Romantic Touch. The Briscoes put him through a table. 

Bobby Fish def. Roderick Strong

Excellent match. Lots of smart limb work. 

- Intermission

Silas Young def. Cheeseburger, Will Ferrera, and Samson Walker

The crowd loved Cheeseburger. 

Jay Briscoe def. Cedric Alexander

Briscoe hit a Roaring Elbow. Very good. Briscoe has the best punches in wrestling. Alexander attacked Stokely Hathaway after the match, leading to Moose making the save. As Moose was on his way to the back, Jay Lethal attacked him. 

ACH def. Matt Sydal with a 450 Splash to tie up the Best of 5 series at 1-1

Both guys worked super hard and delivered a really solid match. 

ROH Champion/TV Champion Jay Lethal def. Moose

Moose, coming in less than 100%, lost after getting hit with Lethal Injection. The whole match was worked around Moose's head and him not being able to compete at full strength. Lethal has become an excellent heel. 

- Kevin Kelly announced that ROH and New Japan will host a show in Chicago Ridge in May 2016. 

Young Bucks def. Future Shock (Adam Cole/Kyle O'Reilly)

Bucks won after a Meltzer Driver. Crazy match. Lots of Superkicks, obviously. Young Bucks were the most over act on the show. 

Young Bucks, Futureshock, and Bobby Fish sent the fans home happy after superkicking The Kingdom. It appears Cole has officially turned. Tremendous show from ROH,