Ring of Honor held a TV taping on Saturday in Lowell, Massachusetts. Here are the spoilers for upcoming episodes of ROH TV:
— Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian walked out to the ring to open the show. They turned heel and Daniels invoked his rematch clause, and vowed to win the ROH World Title and then quit the company.
— ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions Dalton Castle & The Boys defeated Coast 2 Coast & Flip Gordon to retain their titles Castle pinned Leon St. Giovanni after hitting the Bang-a-Rang.
— Matt Taven defeated Ultimo Guerrero when Taven got the pin after a referee distraction.
— Motor City Machine Guns defeated War Machine
— Kris Wolf defeated Sumie Sakai in a Women of Honor match
— Cody Rhodes walked out to the ring to do a promo. He praised the crowd for loving him, then criticized Sinclair Broadcasting for not addressing him as champ or Mr. Rhodes. He stated that Daniels has lost his smile. He stated that his match with Daniels is a two-out-of-three falls match.
— Punishment Martinez defeated Jonathan Gresham. Post-match, Martinez beat down Gresham until Jay White made the save.
— Cheeseburger & Jay Diesel defeated The Tempura Boyz. Post-match, Will Ferrara ran out and attacked Cheeseburger then fled through the crowd.
— The Young Bucks & Hangman Page defeated The Briscoes & Bully Ray. Post-match, The Briscoes went insane and attacked ring crew members at ringside and started whipping a chain around.
— Shane Taylor jumped someone from behind as they came down to the ring for a match. Taylor beat him down and walked out.
— Jenny Rose defeated Mandy Leon in a Women of Honor match with a back body drop.
— The Young Bucks walked out and cut a promo about how ROH has no challengers for the tag titles. They booked themselves in a match for the six-man belts against Castle & The Boys.
— Marty Scurll defeated Vinny Marseglia, Josh Woods, Will Ferrara, El Terrible, and Frankie Kazarian in a Six-Man Mayhem Match.
— Beer City Bruiser defeated Brian Milonas with a frog splash. Post-match, Silas Young said it has been 29 days since Best in the World and no one has seen Jay Lethal since then.
— ROH Television Champion KUSHIDA defeated Jay White to retain his title after hitting the Back to the Future.
— Silas Young and Bruiser came out with a sign that said it’s now been 36 days since anyone has seen Lethal.
— Karen Q defeated Deonna Purrazzo and Kelly Klein in a Women of Honor match
— Silas Young and Bruiser were back out. Young had a sign that read that it’s been 43 days. Lethal entered and cleaned house. He beat up Young until security broke it up.
— ROH World Champion Cody defeated Christopher Daniels in a two-out-of-three falls match to retain his title. Post-match, Bullet Club came out to celebrate as the tapings ended.