Welcome to our exclusive live ongoing play-by-play coverage of ROH – Showdown In The Sun: Day Two. Please use the links above and below to follow along. Continue to refresh the page for the latest updates.
Kevin Kelly and Nigel McGuinness are standing in the ring to open the iPPV and welcome us to Day Two of Showdown in the Sun. Kelly asks Nigel what we should expect. Nigel says we should expect everything. He says last night everyone gave us their all, and we’ll see if that continues tonight. Kelly tries to hype some of the matches, but he’s interrupted by music, and Jimmy Jacobs comes out to the ring, sporting a new look for his heel turn, which began last night.
Jacobs grabs the mic and says for the past year he and Steve Corino have been on a road to redemption, trying to be good. He says the whole way through, the man who was trying to stop them was Kevin Steen. But at Final Battle, when Jimmy spiked Steen and froze, it was because he had been celibate for a year, and he finally had an orgasm. He realized that being good isn’t for him. And Jimmy Jacobs rose from the grave. He says Steen was right, and sometimes evil wins.
(Some of this post was deleted due to technical issues, basically Generico came out and attacked Jacobs, leading to a match.)
Jacobs and Generico trade shots until Jacobs rakes Generico’s eyes. Jacobs mounts Generico in the corner and pounds away at him with more punches. Jacobs tosses Generico out of the corner and hits him with a quick double stomp that’s good for a near fall. Jacobs slams Generico’s head into the corner. Jacobs hits a spear in the corner that’s good for another near fall. Jacobs continues the assault on Generico in the corner while the fans chant “Little Jimmy”. Generico begins to fight back, avoiding a splash in the corner and hitting a top rope cross body for a near fall of his own. Generico goes for a suplex but Jacobs fights it off. Generio pulls him back in and hits a blue thunder bomb for two. Generico charges in with a yakuza, but Jacobs fights it off and hits a suplex.
Jacobs heads up to the top but Generico stops him and heads up after him. Generico is sent away by Jacobs who heads into the ring and charges. He’s caught and hit with an exploder suplex into the corner. Generico waits for Jacobs to stand and he charges in, but he’s caught in the end time.
Generico is able to make his way to the ropes to force a break. Jacobs digs in his boot and pulls out a spike, charging in and trying to hit Generico. He misses and stabs the top turnbuckle. Generico hits the half nelson suplex for another near fall. Generico picks up Jacobs, but drops him and looks toward the spike. Generico gets rolled up, but he’s able to kick out. Jacobs grabs the spike and the two men fight over it, but neither uses it. Jacobs rolls up Generico and gets the three count.
Winner: Jimmy Jacobs
Kelly and McGuinness talk about how hard it is for competitors to compete two days in a row with such little time to rest in between events. They then throw it to the ring for the next match.