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ROH War of the Worlds Toronto results: Young Bucks vs. Smash Bros

Submitted by Grant Zwarych

- IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion Jay White defeated Punishment Martinez to retain his title

This was a solid match. White pinned Martinez after the Blade Runner.

- Cheeseburger defeated Bully Ray by DQ

Bully Ray came out to incite the crowd and drew great heat by stirring them up. He was just beating Cheeseburger down for the brief time this lasted, with Bully hitting him with a chain for the disqualification. Cheeseburger got zero offense in and it was a 100 percent squash.

- Tetsuya Naito defeated Beer City Bruiser

Naito was over huge with this crowd and pinned Bruiser after the Destino. That was the second time he hit it as the first one did not look good. Naito had his shirt on the whole time as well as wearing some sort of thigh sleeves on both legs.

- The Young Bucks defeated Super Smash Bros (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson)

This match was crazy. There were tons of huge moves from both teams and the crowd was white hot for this one. It was unquestionably the match of the night with nothing else close. The Bucks won with the Meltzer Driver.

As the four were raising each other’s hands after the match, The Briscoes attacked and laid them out. Jay Briscoe took five minutes of mic time and said they're the ones that rule the place, the best team, and dared anyone try and take the belts from them.

- Tenille Dashwood & Jenny Rose defeated Alexia Nicole & Xandra Bale

Rose pinned one of her opponents. This was right after intermission and there wasn't much to it, along with some missed spots.

- SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky) defeated Roppongi 3K (Sho, Yoh & Rocky Romero)

Entertaining match that the crowd was into as well. Romero was pinned after Celebrity Rehab.

- ROH Television Champion Silas Young defeated Hangman Page to retain his title

Prior to the match starting, Punishment Martinez attacked Page. He threw a chair at Page’s head as he was entering the ring -- which didn’t look like it felt good -- and then laid him out with a Curb Stomp on a chair. As they were taking him to the back, Page came back to the ring before getting counted out.

The match was solid. Page did a very high moonsault from the top rope to the floor, but Young retained with Misery.

- Cody Rhodes defeated Jushin Thunder Liger

Cody won with Cross Rhodes. There wasn't much to this, but Liger was treated with the huge respect he deserves as a legend before and after the match.

- SANADA, EVIL & Hiromu Takahashi defeated Jay Lethal, Colt Cabana & Kenny King

They had a semi-comedy match that lost the crowd in the main event and many were leaving. I felt bad for them -- it was entertaining but had the wrong card placement. This should have been way earlier in the night.

It was originally scheduled to be an eight-man tag with SANADA, EVIL, Takahashi & BUSHI facing Dalton Castle, Lethal, King & Flip Gordon, but Castle didn't wrestle due to injury and Gordon had travel issues. BUSHI didn’t wrestle but was involved throughout the match.

Cabana wrestled a bit with Daryl (Takahashi's stuffed cat) and Takahashi protected Daryl's face to conceal his identity when he was unmasked. Lethal hit multiple dives back and forth across the ring, alternating on each LIJ member.

There was a long vertical suplex spot with Takahashi being the victim as Cabana, Lethal, and King all took turns holding him up and passing him to each other without Takahashi leaving the suplex position. BUSHI blew green mist in Cabana’s face and Cabana was pinned for the LIJ victory.