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WWE RAW live results: The Slammy Awards, plus post-show notes

Dec 21, 2015 1:32pm

The Big Takeaway: 

Slammies were given out. Only major news item on the show was John Cena is returning next week. The show was focused on getting the League of Nations over as a heel group. 

Show Recap: 

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ROH Final Battle Reader Feedback

Dec 19, 2015 10:56am

Thumbs way up!
Best match: Jay Lethal vs AJ Styles
Worst match: By default, The Kingdom vs War Machine

Everything on this show was good to great, except for the tag match which was obviously hindered by Taven's leg injury.  I've become a ROH fan in 2015 after never really watching them before and I have no reservations about continuing to give them my money for their top-notch professional wrestling product.

Jon

-Thumbs up for the show

ROH Final Battle 2015 live results: Jay Lethal vs. AJ Styles, Roderick Strong vs. Bobby Fish

Dec 18, 2015 2:58pm

Two of the best in the world vie for the ROH World title, live on PPV.

Jerry Lynn

Ring of Honor TV results: Jerry Lynn confronts Jay Lethal

Dec 18, 2015 8:25am

The go-home show leading to Final Battle was the second installment in the current series of Ring of Honor television episodes from the Nashville Fairgrounds. The focus was on building the pay-per-view and every match had some purpose in an upcoming PPV match. Jerry Lynn returned to ROH for an interview segment and a confrontation with ROH world champion Jay Lethal.

AJ Styles says he'll work Ring of Honor Final Battle and Tokyo Dome

Dec 13, 2015 1:16pm

By John Pozarowski

These are highlights from an AJ Styles interview on the Two Man Power Trip radio show.

TMPToW: Do you plan on wrestling at both Ring Of Honor's upcoming Final Battle & New Japan Pro Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom 10:

Young Bucks vs. Briscoes

Ring of Honor TV results: Young Bucks vs. The Briscoes

Dec 11, 2015 6:05am

Ring of Honor television continues on the road to Final Battle with the first in a series of episodes from the Nashville. Tag Teams were the focus of most of this episode as the main event featured Young Bucks vs. Briscoes. Also, a surprise unmasking by Alex Shelley, a TV title defense and The Boys declining to rejoin Dalton Castle round out the events taking place on the show. Another theme from the show was guest commentators featured in every match.

ROH results

ROH 12/5 Ft. Lauderdale results: Roderick Strong vs. Delirious, Young Bucks vs. Jay Lethal & Dijak

Dec 06, 2015 11:20am

Submitted by Joe Onimus

- Pre-show match: Colby Corino def. Martin Stone

- Mark Briscoe defeated Will Ferrara (finished with frog splash elbow)

- Kyle O'Reilly defeated Tim Hughes

- Adam Cole defeated Kenny King

- War Machine defeated Leo Brien & Mike Patrick

Intermission

TV Champion Roderick Strong defeated Delirious to retain

- Moose defeated Rhett Titus, Dalton Castle, and Cheeseburger in a four-way

Ring of Honor TV results: lots and lots of Adam Cole BAY-BAY

Dec 03, 2015 9:42pm

Adam Cole dominated screen time on the last in a series of Ring of Honor episodes taped in Kalamazoo as the build towards Final Battle continues. In the main event of this show, Cole was set to face Dalton Castle, but that evolves into a six-man tag team match also involving the Kingdom and War Machine. Elsewhere on the show, challenger AJ Styles confronts champion Jay Lethal and another miscue causes more tension in the Decade.

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PCW Supershow Of Honor 2 Show 4 results

Nov 29, 2015 2:50pm

T Bone, Iestyn Rees, and Bubblegum beat Delirious, Kyle O'Reilly, and Bobby Fish

Solid opener that ended with Bubblegum pinning Delirious who had part of his clothing caught in the turnbuckle. Bobby Fish really great with all his little comments throughout the match as usual.

Noam Dar beat Lionheart

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PCW Supershow of Honor II results from shows 2 and 3: Adam Cole Ironman match

Nov 28, 2015 10:28pm

Submitted by Jan Buxton in Preston, England

*****

Show Three --

Roderick Strong beat Dave Rayne, Charlie Garrett, El Ligero, Bubblegum, and Kenny King.

Usual fun 6 man opener.

Sha Samuels beat Dalton Castle.

The East End Butcher vs the Peacock of Professional Wrestling was everything one thought it might be. Sha remains undefeated.

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