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ROH TV results: Bandido vs. PJ Black, Dashwood gets attacked

Ian Riccaboni, Caprice Coleman, and Nick Aldis called the action this week.

Kenny King defeated Tracy Williams

Williams was still sporting a shoulder brace as he began the match with some nice counters and a takedown of King. Williams, the technician, gained the advantage early by attacking the knee of King.

Williams went for a show of sportsmanship handshake mid-match, which allowed King to cheap shot him with a punch. Williams then went to work on the arm of King. He went up top after a couple of throws, but King cut him off and sent Williams to the outside. However, Williams wiped out King with a trip on the apron. King came back with some fancy footwork and a flip dive to put down Williams.

Next, King rained down some hard shots on Williams and used a backbreaker to set up a submission hold. Williams fought to his feet, but King used a spinebuster to remain in control.

Both ended up perched on the top turnbuckle. Williams shoved King off and landed a dropkick. He followed that up with a couple of knees, but King nailed a jumping enzuigiri. Nonetheless, Williams managed to hook on a front face lock while standing on the second rope and planted King with a DDT onto the top turnbuckle. He then hit a Spicolli driver but only got a two count.

After the commercial, King had Williams in a submission hold, but Williams fought out. King swept the leg and nailed a kick to the back of the head of Williams. King went for a cover and used the ropes for leverage, but Williams kicked out at two.

Williams went up top and hit a crossbody, but King rolled through and hoisted him up for the Royal Flush, which he hit, to earn the win. 

The Bouncers (Beer City Bruiser & Brawler Milonas) defeated Reno Scum (Adam Thornstowe & Luster the Legend)

Milonas battled both Reno Scum members early before handing things over to Bruiser, who came in and landed a big crossbody on Luster. 

Reno Scum cut off Bruiser and kept him in the corner. It took both Scum members to suplex Bruiser. Luster put on a bear hug.

Bruiser evaded a Scum collision in the corner, and that allowed him to make the tag. Milonas came in and cleared house before tagging Bruiser back in to set up for the Closing Time leg drop off the second rope onto Thornstowe. Bruiser picked up the pin for his team.

Bandido defeated PJ Black

A fast-paced exchange of holds led to a standoff. Both wrestlers used some innovative offense out of a headstand to counter each other.

Bandido earned the early advantage. He loaded up for a dive, but Black countered into a crazy slam. That sent Bandido to the outside as Black took to the skies to nail a twisting dive.

Black got greedy and took the bait from Bandido and ran into a kick. Bandido suplexed Black on the outside of the ring and then went up to the top turnbuckle and came off with an incredible moonsault. However, Bandido then got greedy himself and went for a running flip dive. Black dodged and Bandido slammed into the guardrail.

Back in the ring, Bandido went for a jumping hurricanrana off the top rope, but Black countered and hit the Styles Clash. Black then nailed a pop-up cutter called the Wellness Policy but was only able to get a two count.

Bandido rolled through, trapped the arm of Black, and dropped him on his head with a cradle brainbuster. That led to the final commercial break.

Upon return, Black had control of Bandido on the top turnbuckle, launched him with a super hurricanrana, and followed that up with a moonsault. But it wasn’t enough to keep Bandido down. Black hit a running forearm and went for a second, but Bandido caught him with a Spanish Fly.

Black hit a running double stomp, but Bandido kicked out at two. Black put Bandido up top, but Bandido used that to his advantage and hit a top rope Spanish Fly. This time, Black kicked out at two. Bandido attempted a moonsault, but Black got his feet up. Black went for a moonsault, landed on his feet, and ran into an X knee, which set up the 21-Plex. Bandido hurled Black into the pinning bridging suplex and got the win.

The show ended with Bully Ray standing over an unconscious Tenille Dashwood, who had just been put through a table. Ray asked if we knew who he was and indicated that he was Dashwood's attacker from September. Bully said he'd tell LifeBlood that Dashwood said goodbye.