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ROH Philadelphia, PA, TV taping results: Jay Lethal vs. Colt Cabana


Results for the next few weeks of TV tapings.

- Veda Scott defeated Solo Darling in a taping for Women of Honor.

- Jay White defeated Will Ferrara

- There was an in-ring segment with Mark Briscoe and Bobby Fish to set up their TV title match at the Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view in August.

- ROH World Champion Jay Lethal defeated Colt Cabana

These two finally went at it after the Bullet Club ruined their match at Global Wars. Lethal beat Cabana clean with the Lethal Injection. It was made official after the match that Adam Cole would challenge Jay Lethal for his title at Death Before Dishonor.

- There was an in-ring segment with the Addiction, the Young Bucks and Roppongi Vice with the latter two teams wanting a title shot. Nigel McGuinness decided that they would face off with the winner earning the shot later tonight.

- The Young Bucks defeated Roppongi Vice (Rocky Romero & Trent Barreta)

- There was a contract signing for the Cole vs. Lethal title match.

- Lio Rush defeated Donovan Dijack

- Jenny Rose & Nanae Takahashi defeated Solo Darling & Sumie Sakai in a Women of Honor taping match

- Kamaitachi defeated Stuka Jr. with help from Christopher Daniels

- BJ Whitmer and Punisher beat down everyone in a multi-person match to cause a no contest.

- Jay Briscoe vs. Jay White ended in a 30-minute time limit draw

There was an angle after the match where McGuinness wouldn’t add more time to the match because White was suffering from a possible concussion.

- Shane Taylor & Keith Lee defeated War Machine

- Hangman Page defeated Jonathan Gresham

- The Cabinet (Kenny King, Rhett Titus, & Caprice Colemean) defeated Dalton Castle & The Boys

- ROH Tag Team Champions The Addiction defeated The Young Bucks

Kamaitachi was helping the Addiction during the match, which led to the Motor City Machine Guns making the save. There was a brawl after the match that ended with the Young Bucks standing tall on top of a ladder, likely signifying a ladder match for the tag titles at Death Before Dishonor.