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ROH TV results: Cobb vs. Lethal vs. Rush vs. PCO

Back at the Odeum in Villa Park, Illinois, Ian Riccaboni and Colt Cabana called the action.

Hirooki Goto defeated Hikuleo

Hikuleo managed to get the control early with his power. However, Goto was not to be outmatched and nailed Hikuleo with a big clothesline, which earned him a two count.

Both men connected with hard strikes. Hikuleo took Goto to the top rope and hit a superplex. Goto then walked into a monster clothesline that turned him inside out. Goto ducked the next clothesline and blasted Hikuleo with a headbutt. Goto picked up Hikuleo, used a fireman’s carry onto his knee, and then hit his GTR finisher for the win.

- Kenny King talked backstage about the upcoming second match of his series with Jay Lethal.

- Kelly Klein and Jenny Rose came to the ring, but during the long video package where each match for the upcoming Best in the World pay-per-view was recapped, Allure jumped them from behind. It was Mandy Leon and Angelina Love that did the deed, setting up Klein & Rose vs. Leon & Love for Best in the World.

PJ Black & LifeBlood (Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) defeated Shinobi Shadow Squad (Cheeseburger, Ryan Nova & Eli Isom)

Cheeseburger and Williams started off the match for their respective teams. A nice exchange of grappling kicked it off, but it ended in a stalemate. Each man tagged out, and that brought in Black and Isom. Black was knocked down with a big knee from Isom, and that took the show to commercial.

After the break, it was Nova in the ring with Haskins. Nova was mirroring Haskins until Williams got a blind tag and landed a wicked chop. Black tagged in and put Nova in a submission hold and tagged in Williams, who landed a leg drop off the second rope.

Nova fought back and was getting the better of the action until Haskins rolled through and picked him up into a slam. Haskins tagged in Black, who came in and nailed a huge moonsault. The Shinobi Shadow Squad was decimated by LifeBlood, which set up Black connecting with a huge moonsault double stomp onto Nova to pick up the pinfall victory.

Jeff Cobb defeated Jay Lethal, Rush, and PCO in a four corner survival match

ROH World Champion Matt Taven joined the announcers to call the main event.

Rush went after everyone early, but took himself out, and that left Lethal and PCO in the ring alone. Lethal knocked him to the floor but decided against doing his dive.

Cobb came in and shoulder checked Lethal and also decided not to dive on PCO. Rush knocked down Cobb and did his fake dive. Lethal came in and eventually dove on PCO, who caught him in mid-air into a chokeslam. PCO got in the ring and took out Rush with a rolling slam and a PCO bomb, but just got a two count.

Cobb went after PCO, but Rush inserted himself with a huge forearm on PCO. However, Rush ate a Cobb superkick and a delayed vertical suplex. PCO came in and took a belly-to-belly from Cobb. Lethal came in and got caught in a spinning back suplex. Cobb went for the cover on Lethal but only managed a two count.

Cobb went for the Tour of the Islands, but Lethal countered with a headscissors and a DDT on Cobb and Rush respectively. Lethal ascended the turnbuckle, and PCO followed suit. Cobb cut off both men and went for a double superplex. Then Rush came in and put all three men down with a stacked up powerbomb.

PCO was the first man up, and he landed a pop-up powerbomb on Lethal. Cobb broke up the pin. Cobb used a Samoan drop and a standing moonsault for the pin attempt on PCO, but Rush broke it up. Cobb charged into Rush but got tossed into the turnbuckle.

Lethal took a big Rush dropkick, but PCO broke up the pin. PCO leveled Rush with a clothesline and then did his patented flip dive to the apron and Rush moved.

Back in the ring, Lethal connected with the Lethal Injection on Rush. This brought Kenny King down to ringside. Lethal landed the Lethal Combination on Cobb, but King distracted Lethal, and that allowed Cobb to hit the Tour of the Islands on Lethal for the win.