Skip to main content

ROH TV taping spoilers: Title matches, Jeff Cobb debuts

Results: Ben Turpen

Ring of Honor came to Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday night for their latest round of television tapings.

- Sal Rinauro defeated Mike Posey in a Future of Honor match

- Chris Sabin defeated Scorpio Sky

Alex Shelley got on the microphone after the match and said he's stepping away from pro wrestling. He asked Sabin to fulfill his dreams, starting with winning the ROH Television title. TV Champion Punishment Martinez attacked them until Sky made the save.

Dave Meltzer reported on Shelley's status in the most recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter: "Shelley’s contract has expired. He hasn’t been able to wrestle since getting injured in June. Right now Shelley is focusing on school until the end of the year. At this point, they are expected to start talking about a return."

- Karen Q defeated Jenny Rose

Kelly Klein distracted Rose and attacked her after the match.

- Jeff Cobb made his ROH debut by attacking Eli isom and FR Josie when they were in the ring for what was billed as a first round match in the Top Prospect tournament.

- Kenny King defeated Marty Scurll

King had his feet on the ropes while pinning Scurll with a roll-up.

- Christopher Daniels defeated Jay Briscoe by DQ

The disqualification came when Mark Briscoe hit Daniels with a chair. The rest of SoCal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) made the save for Daniels.

- Flip Gordon defeated Silas Young

Bully Ray came out after the match and continued his feud with Gordon by low blowing him.

- ROH World Champion Jay Lethal defeated Jonathan Gresham in a 30-minute Iron Man match to retain his title

They were tied at 1-1 after the 30 minutes and then went to a five-minute sudden death overtime, where Lethal hit the Lethal Injection to retain. They got a standing ovation following the match.

- Women of Honor Champion Sumie Sakai defeated Madison Rayne to retain her title

- Shane Taylor defeated Josh Woods

- Jeff Cobb came out and again attacked two wrestlers who were having a Top Prospect tournament match.

- Best Friends (Trent Barreta & Chuck Taylor) defeated Bully Ray & Silas Young

This was Barreta's first match after returning from injury at ROH's Honor for All show on Friday. Bully Ray walked out on Young before the finish.

- Frankie Kazarian defeated Mark Briscoe

SoCal Uncensored and The Briscoes then brawled, with Punishment Martinez also getting involved.

- Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas defeated Cheeseburger & Ryan Nova and The Dawgs (Rhett Titus & Will Ferrara) in a three-way tag match

The Dawgs and Cheeseburger & Nova fought after this was over.

- Cody Rhodes & The Young Bucks defeated The Kingdom (Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia & TK O'Ryan) to win the ROH Six-Man Tag Team titles

NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis was on commentary as the build to him defending against Cody at All In continues.