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ROH TV taping spoilers: Best in the World fallout

Results: @DaveMuscarella and PWChronicle

The fallout from Best in the World took place as ROH held a set of television tapings at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday night.

- ROH Television Champion Shane Taylor defeated Rhett Titus in a Proving Ground match

Kenny King was on commentary for this. He cut a promo and insulted Titus (his former tag team partner) after.

- Tasha Steelz defeated Stella Grey, Angelina Love, and Jenny Rose in a four corner survival number one contender's match

Women of Honor World Champion Kelly Klein was on commentary here. Mandy Leon and Velvet Sky were ejected for trying to interfere and help Love. For the finish, Steelz hit an Ace Crusher and pinned Grey.

Maria Manic appeared after the match. Love bailed, then Manic laid out members of the ring crew when they tried to separate her and Steelz.

- Jay Lethal & The Bouncers (Beer City Bruiser & Brawler Milonas) defeated The Kingdom (ROH World Champion Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia & TK O'Ryan)

The Bouncers picked up the win after hitting Closing Time on O'Ryan. Following the match, Taven hit the Climax on Lethal on the floor.

- Eli Drake defeated Grizzly Redwood

Drake cut a post-match promo and said that he wants the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. NWA Champion Nick Aldis was on commentary for the match.

- Coast 2 Coast (LSG & Shaheem Ali) defeated Marcus Kross & Griff Garrison

- Jonathan Gresham defeated Kenny King, Dalton Castle, and Jeff Cobb in a four corner survival match

King tried to use one of Amy Rose's shoes as a weapon, but Gresham stopped him, hit him with it, and then pinned King while holding onto his tights.

- A promo by Lethal built up his match for Taven's World Championship at ROH's Manhattan Mayhem TV tapings in New York City on July 20. Taven said Lethal choked at G1 Supercard, and Taven called himself the face of ROH.

Alex Shelley made his return and said he wants a shot against the winner of Taven vs. Lethal.

- Soldiers of Savagery won a squash match

- A segment set up that Nick Aldis will defend his NWA World title against a member of Villain Enterprises at Summer Supercard in Toronto on August 9. Aldis told Marty Scurll that he can choose any member of Villain Enterprises to get the shot, including himself.

- James Storm defeated Colt Cabana to win the NWA National Championship

Cabana was doing an interview about his injury when he was interrupted by Storm, who wanted his five more minutes after their last match against each other ended in a 15-minute time-limit draw. Cabana initially refused due to being injured, but he then accepted the match after Storm attacked him.

Storm submitted Cabana with a half crab.

- Silas Young defeated Josh Woods

Young told Woods that he hasn't done anything in his two years in ROH and no one respects him. Young then won immediately after a low blow.

- Shinobi Shadow Squad (Cheeseburger, Eli Isom & Ryan Nova) defeated Brian Johnson, Joe Keys & Dante Caballero

- Karissa Rivera defeated Sumie Sakai

Rivera countered a sunset flip to get the win. This was Sakai's return to the ring after suffering a broken orbital bone in April.

- Rush & Dragon Lee defeated The Briscoes

This was said to be a wild match. Rush hit the Bull's Horns dropkick on Jay Briscoe to win it.

- LifeBlood (Bandido, Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) defeated ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, PCO & Brody King) in a non-title Philly Street Fight

Before the match, Scurll again introduced Flip Gordon as the newest member of Villain Enterprises and said he was giving Gordon the night off from in-ring action.

This was said to be another chaotic match, with Bandido putting Scurll through a table to get the win for LifeBlood. Williams closed the tapings by thanking everyone for coming to the show.