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ROH Tenth Anniversary Show Results: Young Wolves Prove Their Worth, Kevin Steen Rolls Forward

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The stream has begun (at least the audio portion of it). Bobby Cruise welcomes fans to Ring of Honor's Tenth Anniversary, and lets them know that things will be getting under way momentarily. He introduces the commentary team for this event, Nigel McGuinness and Kevin Kelly. This leads us into an opening video package.

When we come back into the arena, Kevin Kelly and Nigel Mcguinness are standing in the middle of the ring, and Nigel's getting a lot of love from the crowd. Cary Silken also gets a little love in the form of a chant from the crowd.

Kelly welcomes everyone to the show before introducing his broadcasting partner, Nigel McGuinness. They hype the TV Title match, the Tag Team Title match, and the main event of Davey Richards and Kyle O'Reilly vs. Eddie Edwards and Adam Cole.

Nigel says ten years ago, sports entertainment had almost won the war, but ten years later, Ring of Honor is still kicking, and it's because of the people who built the company, and the fans that supported it. It looks like we'll get tag team action to begin the show as we cut to a video package highlighting the events that have led up to the All Night Express vs. Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team

The All Night Xpress vs. Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team

Rhett Titus and Kenny King are the first men to make their way to the ring, and they get a huge pop from the crowd, many of whom are likely happy to see Rhett Titus back from injury.

Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team are out next, and they get a mixed reaction, probably due to their actions in their match against the Briscoe's at the last ROH iPPV.

The tension between all four men is evident as they have to be held apart by the referee before the match even begins.

Titus and Benjamin start things off for their respective teams. Haas shoves Titus from behind, and this allows Shelton to come in with an attack from behind. Shelton beats on Titus in the corner for a bit, but Titus turns it around and lays in some nasty chops. Titus hits a corner clothesline and nails a bulldog for a quick near fall. King tags in and works over Shelton's arm, taking him to the mat with an arm bar.

Benjamin fights up to his feet and out of the hold, putting King in a headlock. King sends Benjamin off the ropes and eats a big shoulder block. King responds with a big hip toss before getting hit with a blatant low blow right in front of the referee. Haas tags in and hits Kenny with a big right hand to the face.

Haas continues the assault, kicking away at King, and the New York fans don't seem to like it. King is able to respond with a beautiful dropkick before tagging out to Titus. They go for a double team move but Haas fights it off. They come back with a double team sequence, snapping Haas' neck across the ropes and hitting him with a neckbreaker. They then turn to Shelton and beat on him in the corner before King hits a nice back heel kick and both members of WGTT are on the outside. King and Titus hit stereo dives to the outside on top of their opponents to a big pop from the crowd.

Back in the ring Titus kicks away at Haas until Haas makes his way to the ropes. Haas takes a cheap shot at King to distract the ref and allow Shelton to come in from behind to attack Titus' injured knee. Haas turns back to Titus and takes his knee pad off before kicking and wrenching away at his knee. Haas picks Titus up to his feet only to kick his leg right out from under him. Shelton tags in and drops down on Titus' leg while Haas drapes it across the bottom rope. Benjamin wrenches Titus' knee and leg, putting pressure on it, but Titus is able to kick him away. Shelton comes back by simply beating Titus with repeated fists to the face.

Haas tags in and takes Titus into the corner, wrapping his leg around the middle rope and pulling back before hitting him with a giant running clothesline. Titus struggles to pull himself up on the ropes, and Haas runs up behind him to kick the back of the knee again. Haas heads to the outside and wraps Titus' leg around the ringpost. Shelton tags in and takes advantage of a distraction by King to grab a chair. The ref grabs it before Shelton can use it, but it allows Haas to choke Titus. Shelton locks in a figure four around the ring post while Haas and King fight in the ring. Benjamin eventually lets go, and Haas hits Titus with a kick to the head that sends him out to the floor.

Titus is able to roll up Benjamin out of nowhere, but he only gets two. Titus struggles for the tag, but Shelton stops him in his tracks and locks in a modified figure four. Titus is able to roll Shelton up while in the hold, but still only gets two. Shelton keeps Titus from making the tag, and tags out to Haas, who comes in and continues the assault to the knee. Hass plants puts his knee against Titus' and pulls straight back on his foot for a bit before standing up and stomping him in the face. Titus gets up to his knees and then feet, trading rights with Haas the whole time. Titus ducks a clothesline and makes the tag to King. Haas tags out and King comes in with clotheslines to Shelton before hitting an atomic drop/enzugiri combo. Haas is in and King hits him with a couple of head butts before locking in a single leg crab. Benjamin breaks the hold, but eats double shotgun knees to the chest for another two count.

King picks Benjamin up and finds himself in a small package for a two count. King tags out to Titus and the send Benjamin into the ropes before hitting him with a series of kicks to the head and face. Titus goes for the pin but Haas is able to break it up. Haas hits Titus with a couple of rights to the face, then a big boot. Haas hits a nasty release German suplex on Titus, but Titus is able to tag out. King comes in and WGTT double team him immediately, hitting him with an atomic drop/yakuza kick combo. Benjamin goes for the pin, but King kicks out. Titus and Haas trade rights in the middle of the ring, and I don't even know who's legal anymore. Both Haas and Titus tumble to the floor after a big clothesline from Titus. Back in the ring, King hits a Code Red for a near fall. Both men trade pinfalls, and King is able to hold Shelton down for the three count.

Winners: The All Night Xpress

After the match, ANX make their way to the back while Haas and Benjamin antagonize the fans before heading to the back themselves.

Kelly and Nigel reflect a bit on ten years of ROH before letting us know that up next will see Homicide taking on Mike Bennett.

Nigel and Kelly continue to spend time talking about ROH history. Kelly asks Nigel about his career in particular. Nigel puts over Bryan Danielson, saying you can't talk about Nigel's career without talking about Dragon.

Kevin Kelly talks about how at the first ROH event there were 250 people, and now they're seen by over 1 million people each week.

Mike Bennett vs. Homicide

Bennett is the first man to make his way out to the ring, accompanied by Brutal Bob and Maria. The fans don't seem too excited to see Bennett.

Bennett has a mic and antagonizes the crowd, saying he has this, and the people in the crowd have nothing. The crowd chants for CM Punk (Maria's ex). Bennett says he's the best in the world, because he's from Boston and he's wicked smart. He has Brutal Bob and Maria. The crowd wants him to shut up. Bennett says he's going to do to Homicide what he should do to the fans, and that's take a crap on him and show him what New York really is.

This brings out Homicide, who makes his way out to a big pop. Homicide rushes the ring and begins attacking Bennett immediately.

Bennett bails to the outside to catch his breath and allow Homicide a bit of time to posture in the ring for the crowd. Bennett isn't too happy about the ambush.

Bennett pulls Homicide out of the ring, so Homicide slams him into one of the ringside barricades before tossing a chair into the ring. Homicide bites away at Bennett's ear, and the crowd loves it. Homicide back rakes Bennett, chasing him all the way around the ring.

Homicide sends things back into the ring. He heads in after Bennett, and Bennett is quick to beg off. Homicide smiles and stalks Bennett in the corner, but he catches a boot to the stomach and a right to the face. Homicide heads out to the apron and gets tangled in the ropes, allowing Bennett to hit him with repeated rights. Bennett whips Homicide across the ring, but misses a splash, and gets an exploder suplex for his troubles. Bennett rolls to the outside, so Homicide goes for a tope con heilo. Brutal Bob pushes Bennett out of the way and sacrifices himself to Homicide's dive.

Bennett gets back up to his feet and whips Homicide into the barricade before taking Homicide back into the ring. Bennett hits a couple of big rights before hitting a suplex for a two count. Bennett heads to the outside and catches Homicide with another right to the side of the face while Homicide crawls toward the apron. Bennett heads back in and takes Homicide into the corner, hitting him with big elbows. Bennett whips Homicide across the ring and runs in after him with a clothesline before hitting a textbook dropkick.

Bennett hits a snap mare and follows up with a big elbow drop. Bennett hits Homicide with another right to the face, and shrugs off a kick to the chest before hitting a huge spinebuster. Bennett rips off Homicide's Yankee's shirt and uses it to wipe himself before tossing it from the ring. Homicide comes back with a series of chops and reverses a spinebuster, landing on his feet and countering with an ace crusher.

Both men take their time getting up, and when they do, they trade rights in the middle of the ring. The crowd is totally behind Homicide. Bennett gets the better of the punches, but Homicide comes right back with a powerbomb! Homicide locks in an STF, but breaks pretty quickly.

Homicide hits Bennett with a back elbow before heading up to the top. Bennett stops Homicide and follows up the ropes after him. Bennett tries for a superplex, but Homicide fights it off with head butts. Homicide teases the Cop Killer from the top, but Bennett fights that off and back drops Homicide to the mat. Homicide comes right back with a big neckbreaker.

Homicide signals for the Cop Killer, but goes for the Go To Sleep instead. Maria distracts Homicide, but Homicide sees the trap and avoids a charging Bennett. Homicide hits Bennett with the Go to Sleep, and Maria is furious, trying to get back into the ring. The distraction allows Bennett to roll up Homicide from behind for the three count.

Winner: Mike Bennett

Homicide attacks Bennett after the bell, until he's attacked from behind by Brutal Bob. It doesn't take much for him to be able to send Bob from the ring, and eventually, it's only Maria and Homicide left in the ring. Maria tries to escape, and Bennett and Bob grab her arms, and Homicide grabs her legs. They play tug of war for a bit, before Homicide lets go and lets the heels escape.

Homicide has a mic, he calls Bennett Mr. Fenway, and Maria a skank. Homicide leads the crowd in a "Let's go Yankee's" chant, which the crowd loves.

Homicide also gives out a little love for the NY Giants. He says it's a pleasure to be in New York City, and to be working for the greatest promotion in the world. He says Happy Birthday to Ring of Honor before leading the crowd in an "ROH" chant.

Nigel and Kevin Kelly continue to talk about what makes Ring of Honor special, and that's the older guys helping the younger guys come up and make their names. Kevin Kelly says he's got a special interview coming up, before throwing it to the ring. Bobby Cruise welcomes the CHIKARA Grand Champion, Eddie Kingston.

Eddie Kingston makes his way out to the ring to a nice pop from the crowd. That's pretty unsurprising since he's a New York native. Kingston gets several "Welcome Back" chants from the crowd.

Kevin Kelly wants to announce that ROH will now be co-promoting events, and the first event they'll be co-promoting is an event in Chicago where ROH will be working with CHIKARA for "Synergy"

Kingston says it feels great to be in ROH, to be in New York, and to see the people in the back. He says there was one person in the back that he's extremely excited to see, and that's Davey Richards. Kingston has an idea, but he can't even get it out before he's interrupted by a wolf howl, but it's not Davey Richards, it's Kevin Steen!

Steen comes out to the ring with a tennis racket, eating a banana, and wearing a tuxedo t-shirt with the sleeves cut off. This man is amazing! It's worth noting that Steen's tennis racket has a picture of Davey Richards on it.

Steen says honestly, it's really good to see Kingston. He asks what happened. He asks when Eddie became such a b----? What he means by that, is that he heard what Kingston had to say about coming back to ROH. Steen takes a little bit of time to run down a fan in the crowd, which is awesome. Steen says that Kingston was in ROH, but then Jim Cornette took over, and he disappeared. Steen says that can't be what Eddie really thinks. He says Kingston is cut from the same cloth that he is. He knows a lot of people would love to see Kingston and Steen fight, but more probably want to see him and Steen team up to tear apart the wrestling business. Steen says together they can tear down CHIKARA and ROH, and build them both back how they should be. Kingston says he doesn't want to destroy CHIKARA, because it's his home. He doesn't want to destroy ROH either, he's not about destroying anything.

Steen says ROH was the best until Cornette took over. Steen says CHIKARA is a BS Mickey Mouse promotion. He says if Kingston has a problem with the ROH World Champion, he should talk to Steen since he's going to have the belt soon.

Kingston grabs the mic and sends Kelly from the ring. He says he'll beat Steen like he doesn't know him. Kingston says that promotion means everything to him, and Steen better shut his mouth.

Steen says he's not one to start trouble, and he may have been out of line. He says he didn't come here to fight Kingston, but things break down immediately and both men begin trading rights. The locker room empties and people come out to try and pull Steen and Kingston apart.

Steen breaks out to attack Kingston a couple of times before Kingston is pulled from the ring. Steen is in the ring alone and he's got the CHIKARA Grand Championship. Steen puts the belt down in the ring and acts like he's going to pee on it, but CHIKARA wrestlers including the Colony and Jigsaw come out to break things up. They pull Steen from the ring and beat on him before Fire Ant hits a front flip springboard senton to the outside on top of everyone.

Steen is the first man to get to his feet and he grabs the tennis racket. Steen and the CHIKARA wrestlers all fight to the back.

Kevin Kelly and Nigel are shocked at ringside before they begin running down the next match on the card that will see Amazing Red and TJ Perkins taking on the House of Truth.

Amazing Red and TJ Perkins vs. The House of Truth

Michael Elgin and Roderick Strong make their way out to the ring with Truth Martini in tow. They get a bit of a mixed reaction, and I'm guessing most of the boos are probably directed squarely at Truth Martini.

TJ Perkins makes his way out first to a nice pop from the crowd. He's followed very shortly after by Amazing Red, who gets a huge pop from this NYC crowd in his return.

Roderick follows the Code of Honor with Red, but blows off Perkins, and Elgin just doesn't even attempt to shake hands.

Perkins and Strong start things off for their respective teams. They chain wrestle for a bit, trading holds on the mat before both getting back to their feet. Strong works over TJ's wrist and arm, but Perkins is able to use his speed to escape the hold and hit a nice dropkick.

Elgin makes the tag, and so does Red, bringing in new men for both teams. Red tries to shake Elgin's hand, but Elgin just stares him down. Elgin and Red lock up, and Elgin simply tosses Red aside. Red goes behind Elgin and is tossed away again. Red gets the crowd behind him before hitting Elgin with a couple of right hands. Elgin blocks an Irish whip. Elgin goes for a belly to back suplex but it's reversed. Red takes Elgin to the mat and hits him with a series of dropkicks to the face that send him to the outside. Roddy is in, and Red hits him with arm drags and a big hurricanrana to send him to the outside.

Both men tease dives, but their opponents are in, so they hit springboard cross body's instead. Elgin and Perkins trade blows, and Perkins is able to sneak in a couple of quick kicks. Elgin sends Perkins to the outside, and when Perkins tries to come back in with a springboard move, Elgin catches him with a powerslam for a two count. Elgin picks up TJ and hits him with two back to back backbreakers.

Roddy takes TJ into the corner and beats on him before hitting him with a belly to back suplex. Roddy heads to his own corner and tags in Elgin who comes in and continues the beat down on Perkins in the corner with a big clubbing blow. Elgin charges Perkins in the corner, but Perkins gets his feet up. Perkins tries for a tornado DDT, but Elgin stops it mid move and transitions into a huge slam. Elgin tags out to Roderick Strong and both men charge TJ in the corner with a clothesline and forearm. Roddy hits a big urunage backbreaker for two before locking in a camel clutch.

TJ fights out of the hold but runs right into a big dropkick from Strong. Red is able to break up the pin, so Elgin tags in. Elgin cheap shots Red in the corner. Elgin and Roddy try to double team TJ, but he's able to reverse and send Strong running into Elgin. Red makes the tag and comes in with a double missile dropkick before hitting both men with back heel kicks. Red hits Elgin with a huge spinning DDT that's good for a two count. Red hits Strong with a big spinkick to the face. Elgin tries for a powerbomb, but TJ blocks it with an enzugiri. Elgin runs out to the apron, and Red hits a step up dropkick off TJ's back to send Elgin to the floor. Red hits a suicide dive but he's caught by Elgin, so Perkins dives out too and knocks both men down. Perkins and Red are back in the ring and they dive out on the other side on top of Roddy and Truth.

Red heads up to the top and hits a shotgun missile dropkick to Elgin. Perkins hits one as well, but Elgin won't go down. Red hits the code red on Elgin, but Strong breaks up the pin. Strong and Perkins trade chops, strikes, kicks and knees in the center of the ring. Strong takes Perkins down, but Red comes right back with a series of spinkicks to the gut. Red tries for a sunset bomb on Roddy, but he can't get all of it. Roddy hits a gutbuster and Elgin follows up with a giant lariat, but Red won't stay down for three!

Roddy makes his way in and they go to double team Red, but TJ is able to break things up. TJ shoulders Elgin, but Elgin fights out. Elgin catches Red out of mid-air, and Roddy comes in with a lungblower with Elgin hits an Alabama slam, and Red is finally down for the count.

Winnners: The House of Truth

What a match! That one will definitely be worth a re-watch. The House of Truth make their way to the back, and Red gets a lot of love from the crowd, eliciting a "Please come back" chant.

Tomasso Ciampa is backstage with an interviewer. Ciampa says nothing is on the line tonight, and he's got nothing to lose. Jay Lethal has everything to lose though. Everything is in Ciampa's hands. He says by the end of the night, he'll be the first and only undefeated champion in Ring of Honor History.

ROH World TV Championship Match
Jay Lethal (c) vs. Tomasso Ciampa

Tomasso Ciampa is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and he's got a heck of an entourage. The entire Embassy of Prince Nana, Barrister RD Evans, Mia Yim and Ernesto Osiris are all alongside Ciampa.

Lethal makes his way out next to a big pop from the crowd.

Lethal tries for a handshake, but Ciampa slaps his hand away. The bell rings and we're ready to kick things off.

Lethal and Ciampa circle each other for a bit before locking up. Ciampa backs Lethal into the corner and breaks clean. Another lock up, and Ciampa locks in a headlock. Lethal throws him off, but eats a shoulderblock. Another lock up, and this time Lethal's got the headlock. Ciampa throws him off, but Lethal comes up with a big chop to the chest. Ciampa goes to the mat, and he looks surprised.

Another lock up, and this time Ciampa tries to work on Lethal's arm. Lethal fights out, and both men trade arm drags and headscissors. Lethal pops up with a big dropkick before sending Ciampa into the ropes. Ciampa grabs the ropes and heads to the outside for a breather.

Ciampa makes his way up to the apron, and back into the ring slowly. Lethal and Ciampa circle each other again before locking up. Ciampa hits Lethal with a knee to the gut before locking in another headlock. Lethal throws Ciampa off, only to eat another shoulder block. Lethal misses a lionsault press, but Lethal is able to put Ciampa down t the mat and hits a low dropkick to the face. Ciampa heads out to the apron, and Lethal hits him with a springboard dropkick that sends him crashing to the barricade outside.

Lethal flies with a suicide dive to the outside, squashing RD Evans against the barricade, but Ciampa comes up with a big clothesline out of nowhere. Ciampa sends Lethal crashing into the barricade before stomping away at him. Ciampa doesn't stop, shoving Lethal hard into the barricade again. Ciampa has Lethal in the entranceway, whipping him from guardrail to guardrail before whipping him hard into the ring apron.

Ciampa sends Lethal back into the ring and follows, covering him quickly. Lethal kicks out at one. Ciampa hits Lethal with a big clubbing blow to the chest. Ciampa sends Lethal into the ropes. Lethal goes for a back handspring elbow, but Ciampa catches him with a low dropkick to the face to stop him in his tracks.

Ciampa hits Lethal with a big right to the face before dropping a knee into the side of his head. Ciampa sends Lethal across the ring before knocking him to the mat with a back elbow. Lethal hits Ciampa with a couple of shots to the stomach, then the face, but Ciampa throws him into the corner and stomps away at Lethal repeatedly before simply choking him with his boot.

Ciampa jaws with the ref, and this allows Nana to get in a cheap shot of his own on Lethal. Ciampa taunts Lethal, slapping at his head and face. Lethal shoves him away and hits him with a big chop. Both men trade chops in the middle of the ring. Ciampa lays in with a head butt, so Lethal comes back with a series of chops. Ciampa is able to hit Lethal with a corner dropkick that seats him in the corner. Ciampa drops his knee pad and hits Lethal with a big running knee to the side of the face. He hits a second, then a third, but when he goes for a fourth, Lethal is up with a superkick out of nowhere.

Both men struggle to make their way back up to their feet. Both trade rights in the middle of the ring, and time is ticking down. Lethal hits a running forearm and a big spin kick. Lethal goes for, and connects with, a back handspring elbow which is good for a near fall. Lethal heads up toward the top, but Ciampa stops him in his tracks. Ciampa tries for an air raid crash from the top, but Lethal fights it off. We're down to three minutes.

Lethal knocks Ciampa to the mat and leaps off the top with a huge flying elbow drop to Ciampa's heart. Lethal pins Ciampa, but Ciampa kicks out at two. Both men head out to the apron where they trade sick chops to the chest. Lethal misses with a chop, so Ciampa hits a nasty air raid crash, laying Lethal out on the ring apron.

Both men are down on the outside, and I don't know how Lethal's going to be able to stand after that. Todd Sinclair begins the count. We're down to one minute and both men make it back into the ring at a count of 18. Back in the ring, Lethal hits the Lethal combination. Lethal fights off Osiris, who's on the apron, then Evans. He even has a slap for Mia. Ciampa tries for project Ciampa, but Lethal fights it off. Lethal hits Ciampa with a flurry of punches in the corner, and he continues the assault until the time limit expires.

Before Bobby Cruise can even announce the match, Lethal wants five more minutes. Ciampa attacks Lethal from behind, beating on him in the corner and hitting him with more repeated knees to the face. Ciampa brings Lethal into the middle of the ring and connects with Project Ciampa.

Draw: Jay Lethal RETAINS the ROH TV Title

Following the post-match assault, Ciampa steals the belt and runs off to the back with the belt in hand, and the Embassy in tow.

Lethal is slow to make his way back to his feet, and he looks around confused, asking for his title. Someone tells Lethal that Ciampa stole the belt, so Lethal runs off to the back to get back his title.

Back from intermission, Kelly and Nigel talk about how the second half of the show is going to be great. They run down the matches left on the card, the main event, the World Tag Team Title match, and The No DQ match between Kevin Steen and Jimmy Jacobs.

We get a video package highlighting the animosity between the Briscoe's and the Young Bucks. This leads us right into our next match, and the second title match of the evening.

ROH World Tag Team Title Match
The Briscoe Brothers vs. The Young Bucks

The Young Bucks are the first men to make their way out to the ring, strutting cockily the whole way down to the ring. They get streamers from the crowd, but it's also a pretty mixed reaction.

The Briscoe's are out next, and unsurprisingly, the New York City fans love Dem Boys. They get a huge pop as they make their way out to the ring for their title defense.

During the Briscoe's introductions, they're jumped from behind by the Bucks. The Bucks beat on the Briscoe's in the corners before stomping away at them. They take their time to taunt the crowd, but turn right around into dual clotheslines from the Briscoe's. Matt goes to the outside, but Nick ends up taking a huge double hip toss over the top and to the outside, on top of his brother. The Briscoe's follow and Jay slams Nick into the barricade. Matt gets suplexed on the ring apron by Mark and Nick eats a suplex on the entrance ramp from Jay. Mark hits Matt with another suplex on the floor, and continues to beat on him, sitting him down in a ringside chair and hitting him with head butts. Matt tries to turn it around, but he's attacked from behind by Jay.

Mark Briscoe slams Nick into the barricade, and Jay and Matt fight in the ring. Jay hits Matt with a low single leg dropkick to the face that sends him to the outside. Mark hits a belly to back suplex, laying Matt down on the apron and sending him back into the ring. Jay slams Matt's head into the turnbuckle before turning him around and hitting him with a couple of nasty chops to the chest. Mark tags in and the Briscoe's beat on Matt in the corner before sending him across the ring and hitting dual charging clotheslines, a dropkick to the face, and a face wash kick to Matt in the corner.

Mark picks Matt up and punches away in the corner before hitting a big suplex that's good for a near fall. Jay tags back into the match and Dem Boys hit a double shoulder block to Matt to lay him out. Jay picks Matt up and hits him with a nasty uppercut before just hitting him with huge clubbing rights to the back. Jay hits the ropes, but he's pulled to the outside by Nick. He gives chase, and this allows Matt to hit a dropkick that sends Jay out to the floor, crashing into the barricade.

Nick sends Jay back into the ring, where he's met with punches and kicks from Matt. Nick tags in and hits a double ax handle smash to Jay's back. Nick hits Jay with a back elbow in the corner. Mark makes a blind tag and is able to catch Nick with a running kick. Matt comes into the ring, and the Briscoe's double team him. Matt is able to send Mark to the outside, and distract Jay long enough for Nick to hit a spinning enzugiri. Nick teases a dive, but he's caught with a forearm to the face from Mark. Mark hits Matt with big Mongolian chops, sending him into the corner.

Matt backdrops Mark, but Mark lands on his feet. Nick hits Mark with a superkick to the face before leaping out on top of Jay. Matt rakes Mark's eyes, and distracts the ref so Nick can scrape his face across the top rope. Nick holds Mark in the corner so Matt can hit a back handspring back rake. The Bucks taunt the crowd, and Mark attacks. The Bucks are able to put Mark back down in the corner, where Matt stomps away at him repeatedly. Nick chokes Mark across the bottom of the rope while mugging for the camera. Nick tags in to the match and trades rights with Mark, but he tags right back out to Matt who comes in and buries his shoulder in Mark's gut in the corner. Mark is able to fight back with punches and head butts before making the tag to Jay. Jay comes in with a big clothesline to Matt and Mark follows with a shotgun dropkick. Jay stomps on Matt in the corner. Mark catches Nick coming in off a springboard and hits him with a big suplex before Jay hits a reverse STO, putting his head into his brothers' crotch.

The Briscoe's hit a powerbomb/neckbreaker combo on Matt, but it's not enough to keep him down. Nick is able to pull Mark from the ring and hit Jay with a face buster before heading back outside with a moonsault on Mark. Matt and Jay fight in the ring and Jay shoulders Matt, but Matt fights out. The Bucks catch Jay with dual kicks to the head in the corner before Nick holds Jay propped up with the middle rope and Matt hits a 450 that's good for another two count. Jay makes it up to his feet and hits both Bucks with big forearms. Jay blocks a superkick and throws Nick's foot into Matt's face. The Bucks are able to come back with a double superkick to Jay, but the pin is broken up by Mark. Mark and Nick fight to the outside and Nick hits a superkick to put Mark down.

The Bucks call for More Bang for your Buck. When Nick goes for the 450, Jay gets his knees up and Mark sends Matt from the ring. The Briscoe's hit the doomsday device, and pin Nick for the three count.

Winners and STILL ROH World Tag Team Champions: The Briscoe Brothers

Jay Briscoe makes sure to give Cary Silkin a hug on his way out, as does Mark, paying respect to the man who helped make ROH what it is today.

Kevin Kelly talks about what an honor it is to be part of ROH. He throws out thanks to everyone, from the crew, to the wrestlers, to the boys in the back.

We get a video package looking at what has led up to the next match, between Kevin Steen and Jimmy Jacobs.

No DQ Match
Kevin Steen vs. Jimmy Jacobs

Kevin Steen is the first man to make his way out to the crowd, still with the tennis racket in hand. The crowd loves Steen.

Jimmy Jacobs is out next, and he's got Steve Corino along with him. Jacobs doesn't get a great reaction, but it was pretty obvious that the crowd was going to be behind Steen here.

Steve Corino grabs the mic. He asks the fans, and Steen, for a moment. He says this has gone on way too long. He says Steen has been the monster. Steen makes light of this. Steen begs for Corino to hit him. Corino refuses to attack Steen. He says it's gone too far. He says Steen beat him all over the ring at Final Battle, and Corino hasn't wrestled since. He says he's not going to let the madness continue with Jimmy Jacobs. He says it's time for Steen to move on. Corino says the fans cheering Steen is only going to bring the company down. He says that he and Jimmy have talked about it, and it's enough. There's not going to be a no DQ match tonight. The crowd boos, but Corino says it won't happen.

Steen steals the mic. He says the Steve Corino he knew would have punched him for taking the mic. He says he dressed nice for this occasion, and this is crap. He says as disappointed, but he's interrupted by Jacobs, who attacks him from behind.

Jacobs takes off his overcoat, and he's wearing the jacket he wore during the Age of the Fall debut. Nigel puts over that this is the evil Jimmy Jacobs. Jacobs and Steen fight on the outside and Jacobs chokes him before grabbing a chair and hitting Steen in the gut. Steen fights back, but Jacobs continues with the chair,blasting him across the back. Jacobs throws chair after chair into the ring. Steen attacks Jacobs from behind, but gets another shot to the gut from Jacobs.

Jacobs seats Steen in a ringside chair, but Steen won't stay down, so Jacobs smashes him into the ring post. Jacobs seats Steen in the chair again and heads to the ring, diving out with a suicide dive to Steen, flattening the chair. Jacobs sends Steen back into the ring and follows, grabbing a chair. Jacobs swings but Steen ducks. Steen grabs the chair, and hits a codebreaker, driving Jacobs' face right into the chair. Steen goes for a cannonball in the corner, but Jacobs moves and pulls Steen to the outside.

Jacobs charges Steen on the outside, but Steen catches him and hits a big fallaway slam into the barricade. Steen taunts Corino before turning back to Jacobs and slamming him into the barricade. Steen picks up Jacobs and takes him to the other side, slamming him into the barricade again. Steen brings Jacobs up toward the entrance ramp, slamming him into the barricade repeatedly along the way. Steen grabs a twizzler from a fan at ringside and takes a couple of bites before stomping at Jacobs. Steen stands on the ringside barricade, but Jacobs it up and he slams Steen out on the entrance ramp.

Jacobs picks Steen up and brings him back toward the ring, but Steen slams him into the ring post. Steen grabs a chair and whacks Jacobs across the back. Steen tears away part of the barricade and lays it on the floor, slamming Jacobs down on it back first. Steen pulls away another part of the barricade, lays it down, and slams Jimmy down again.

Steen grabs a third barricade and lays it down as well. He picks up Jacobs, but Jacobs drops behind him. Jacobs charges and hits a big tornado DDT on the guardrail.

Jacobs brings things back into the ring and goes for the pin, but Steen is able to kick out. Jacobs puts a chair under Steen's face and slams his head down into it. Jacobs heads to the outside and goes under the ring to grab a table. Jacobs sets up the table on the outside. Corino tries to talk to Jacobs, but Jacobs doesn't even take notice. Jacobs heads back up to the apron and tries to suplex Steen to the outside through the table. Steen fights it off and pulls Jacobs into the ring. Steen tries for a powerbomb, but Jacobs fights it off. Jacobs and Steen head to the outside and Steen powerbombs Jacobs on the edge of the apron.

Steen takes Jacobs around to another side of the ring, then hits another powerbomb to the edge of the apron. Steen gets in Corino's face, but Corino simply walks away. Steen takes Jacobs around to try for a third, but Jacobs stops it by grabbing the ropes and pulling himself into the ring. Steen heads to the apron, and Jacobs hits him with a huge spear that sends both men to the outside crashing through the table that was set up earlier.

Jacobs rolls Steen back into the ring and goes for the pin, but Steen is able to kick out at two. Jacobs gets back to his feet and grabs a chair, setting it up in the ring. He grabs another chair and sets it up facing the first. He waits for Steen to get up to his feet and tries for the Contra code, but Steen stops him and tosses him through the chairs. Steen goes for the pin, but Jacobs won't quit. Steen heads out to the apron and begins climbing toward the top. Steen goes for the swanton, but Jacobs gets his knees up in Steen's back.

Jacobs digs in his boot and grabs the spike! Jacobs tries to use it, but he misses and digs the spike into the turnbuckle. Steen hits the F5, and crawls toward Jimmy, but he doesn't make the cover. Steen grabs a chair and sets it up in the ring. He grabs another and sets it up across from the first, staring down Corino the whole time. Steen turns the chair around so that the backs are touching, then licks them. Steen shoulders Jacobs, but Jacobs rakes Steen's eyes to break the hold. Jacobs grabs the spike and uses it to stab Steen in the face!

Jacobs is looking at the spike, looking confused and scared, while Steen bleed profusely on the mat. Jacobs grabs the spike and looks like he can't believe what he's done. Steen grabs the spike and looks up at Jacobs. He uses it to hit Jacobs in the groin, then hits an F5 across the backs of the two chairs. Jacobs is writhing in pain on the mat. Steen goes for the pin, and this one is over.

Winner: Kevin Steen

Steen smiles before tucking the spike into Jacobs' belt loops and patting him on the back. Steen celebrates for the crowd, much to their delight. Corino gets on commentary, and just apologizes, saying he's sorry. Steen uses his blood to write something across Jacobs' chest.

Jacobs has to collect himself, but he's eventually able to make his way to the back. Steve Corino follows, talking to Jacobs the whole way, seemingly asking him what he was doing.

Nigel and Kelly kill a little bit of time by continuing to talk about how great ROH is, while the ring crew tries to clean up after the war that just happened in the ring.

We get a video package that details the events, and the building animosity between the four men in the next match; Davey Richards, Kyle O'Reilly, Eddie Edwards, and Adam Cole.

Davey Richards and Kyle O'Reilly vs. Eddie Edwards and Adam Cole

Edwards and Cole make their way out to the ring first, and as per usual, the fans in NYC are more than happy to see Eddie Edwards. I'm guessing Cole is popular too, but Edwards popularity in NYC is absolutely undeniable.

Richards and O'Reilly are out next, and they get a mostly positive, but much more mixed reaction than Edwards and Cole.

The Code of Honor is followed by everyone, although Edwards and Richards don't shake hands with each other. It looks like Cole and Kyle are going to kick things off for their respective teams.

Richards tags himself in before we get any action. Edwards asks for the tag, but it looks like Cole wants to handle things himself. Edwards eventually does tag himself in, and the former American Wolves look to kick things off. It's not to be though, as Cole tags himself back in.

We get a lock up and Richards backs Cole into the corner, breaking clean. Richards locks in an arm bar, and takes Cole down to the mat quickly. Cole uses his speed to get out of the wristlock, locking in one of his own. They trade holds for a bit before Cole is able to connect with a dropkick to Richards' face.

Another lock up and Davey goes right into a headlock. Cole fights it off, but eats a shoulder block from the champ. Cole is able to roll up Davey, but Davey turns it around. Both men trade near falls, but neither goes down for more than two. Cole teases a superkick, but Davey falls to the mat to avoid the blow.

Another lock up, and Davey goes behind. Cole trades places, going behind Davey, only to be taken down to the mat and put into a head scissors. Cole fights out of the hold, only to be put right back in it. Cole gets out again and both men get to their feet. Edwards tags in and Richards is quick to back off, tagging out to Kyle.

Edwards and Kyle lock up and Edwards and Kyle trade holds of their own before getting up for a stand-off. Edwards and Kyle lock hands, jockeying for position. Both men struggle to gain an advantage, going as far as to head butt each other. Edwards whips Kyle down to the mat and tries for a pin, but O'Reilly won't stay down for three. Kyle kicks Edwards up and monkey flips him, so Eddie returns in kind. Kyle tries for the kimura, but Eddie almost counters with the STF. Neither man can lock it in though.

Cole tags back into the match, and so does Richards. Richards catches Cole with a couple of quick kicks to the gut and chest, before he takes him into the corner and hits him with even more kicks. Cole gives Richards the runaround, but he runs right into a big dropkick. Kyle tags into the match and takes Cole right down to the mat with a headlock takeover. Cole fights out and ducks a kick from Kyle and both men get up for another stand-off.

Cole hits Kyle with a couple of big shoulder blocks to take him down to the mat, but Kyle responds right away with a belly to back suplex. Richards tags in, and goes right into a trailer hitch.

Cole is able to make it to the ropes to break the hold. Richards beats on Cole in the corner for a bit before charging him. Cole gets his foot up to catch Richards in the face, then launches himself from the second rope into Richards. Edwards tags in and lays in with a blistering chop in the corner. Richards and Edwards trade forearms, and Eddie lays in with another chop that sends Davey to the mat. Cole tags back into the match and snap mares Richards before hitting him with a low dropkick to the face for a near fall.

Cole hits a floatover suplex for another two count. Edwards tags in and hits Kyle with a cheap shot before Edwards and Cole sends Richards into the corner. Richards is able to avoid a splash and go through Eddie's legs, and hit a Northern lights suplex to pin both men. Kyle makes the tag and hits Edwards with a couple of big heavy kicks. A series of strikes and kicks take Edwards down to the mat for a one count.

Kyle charges Eddie in the corner and eats a boot, but Davey comes in right behind with a running forearm before leaping to the outside with a suicide dive to Cole. Kyle takes Eddie up in the corner and hits a top rope belly to back suplex. Kyle goes for the pin but Eddie kicks out, so Kyle goes right into the cross arm breaker. Edwards fights up to his feet and transitions into the single leg crab, but Kyle is able counter, locking in the crossface. Edwards rolls up Kyle and Kyle is forced to break the hold. Edwards hits Kyle with a big chop to the chest, but runs into a bicycle kick. Edwards and Kyle trade chops and kicks respectively. Both men block the other, but Kyle gets a kick to the gut and follows it up with a Regal-plex for another two count.

Kyle hits the ropes and Edwards responds with a giant lariat, and both men are down. Cole is able to tag into the match, and he comes in and shoulders Kyle. Kyle fights out of the hold, but eats a big clothesline from Cole for another two count. Cole whips Kyle across the ring and catches him across the shoulders, bringing him down with a neckbreaker across Cole's knee that's good for a near fall.

Kyle and Cole trade forearms in the middle of the ring. Cole hits a clothesline so Kyle hits a high knee. Richards tags himself in and hits a quick kick to the chest to put down Cole for another near fall. Davey hammerlocks Cole's arm and locks him in the cloverleaf, wrenching back. Kyle chases Eddie off before putting Davey in a rear chin lock to add to the pressure for Cole.

Kyle snap mares Cole before hitting him with a big knee drop to the face. Richards tags back in and Cole tries to fight back, hitting him with rights, but Davey puts him down to the mat with one big blow to the side of the head. Cole and Richards trade forearms in the middle of the ring, and Richards puts Cole down with a boot to the midsection.

Kyle tags into the ring and kicks at Cole's head before wrenching Cole's arm and driving it down across his own shoulder. Kyle hits a butterfly underhook suplex, then follows it up with a second and third. Kyle goes for a submission but Cole rolls him up for a two count. Richards tags back into the match and he and Kyle goes for a double belly to back suplex. Cole lands on his feet and fights off both men, ducking an enzugiri from Richards, leading to Richards hitting Kyle. Cole does some extensive set up, making Richards DDT Kyle when Cole hits a neckbreaker on Richards. Edwards tags in and heads right to the top, hitting a double missile dropkick. Edwards hits Davey with a big chop in the corner before sending him across the ring and hititng another. Edwards hits a nice fisherman buster, but it's only good for two.

Edwards tries for something, but it's broken up by Kyle. Edwards is able to evade both men, and he and Cole hit both their opponents with knees to the face that send them to the outside. Edwards backdrops Cole over the top rope onto Richards and Kyle before Eddie heads out to the apron and hits an asai moonsault on top of everyone.

Edwards sends Richards back into the ring and follows. He charges into the corner but he's met with a boot to the face. Eddie comes right back with a backpack chinbreaker and Cole follows with an immediate splash, but they still can't keep Richards down for the three count. Edwards picks Richards up and tries for a suplex but Richards fights it off, only to run into a big chop to the chest. Edwards hits a sit out belly to back suplex that's good for another two count. Cole holds Richards so Edwards can hit a superkick, but it's blocked. Richards fights off Cole, gets rid of Edwards, and locks in the ankle lock on Cole. Edwards tries to fight him off, but Davey won't let go. Eddie hits the ropes and turns around into a guillotine choke. Edwards fights out and locks in a single leg crab on Kyle, Davey locks in the same on Cole. Edwards and Richards slap each other while maintaining the hold. Edwards and Richards both break to slap each other. Cole and Kyle hit belly to back suplexes on their opponents before hitting each other with simultaneous clotheslines, then simply beating on each other with repeated rights.

Cole hits Kyle with a clothesline over the top that sends both men tumbling to the outside. Edwards goes for a suplex but Richards lands on his feet. Richards goes for a suplex but Edwards lands on his feet. Edwards hits a superkick, but Richards turns it around and plants Eddie on the mat and everyone is down.

Cole and Kyle both make the tag, and they stare each other down before running in with big boots. They both hit a second big boot before slapping each other. They both go to hit the ropes, but they're stopped by their opponents, and both are suplexed over the top rope and to the outside.

Everyone is slow to make their way up to their feet and the crowd is loving every minute of this match. Everyone is able to make it back into the ring, and Richards and Cole pair off, while Kyle and Eddie fight in another corner. Edwards and Richards beat on their opponents to try and one up each other. They lay in with chops and kicks on their opponents before turning their attention to each other. Eddie hits chops, and Davey hits kicks, and both men won't stand down.

Richards is able to put Edwards down with a big clothesline, but both men took a ton of damage in that exchange. Cole and Kyle are on their feet, and Cole rips off his wrist tape. Cole and Kyle trade forearms in the middle of the ring. Kyle hits a bicycle kick, so Cole responds with one of his own. Kyle hits a German suplex, so Cole hits one of his own. Kyle hits a roaring forearm, so Cole comes back with his own. Cole hits a superkick, and Kyle comes back with repeated slaps to the face, not slowing down for anything. Cole jumps a leg sweep and connects with a superkick that's good for another two count.

Cole sends Richards from the apron. Eddie comes off the second rope with a code breaker to Kyle, and Cole follows up with a lungblower, but Kyle still will not stay down. Cole shoulders Kyle, but Kyle fights out and hits Cole with a big boot to the side of the head. He stops Eddie from climbing the ropes and he follows up after him. Edwards shoulders Kyle and hits a sit out slam from the second rope. Edwards hit a chop to the face, Cole hits a superkick, and they follow up with one in tandem, but Richards is able to break up the pin attempt.

Cole picks Kyle to his feet and throws him into the corner. Edwards whips Cole into Kyle right into his boot. Kyle back drops Edwards to the outside. Richards tags in and blasts Edwards with a kick. Richards goes to the top and hits a doublestomp. Kyle hits a diving dropkick to the outside to Edwards and Richards hits another top rope move, but Cole won't stay down. Richards hits Cole with a series of kicks to the chest and face before hitting a modified arm trap German suplex for another two count, but Edwards breaks it up.

Cole blocks a kick from Richards and hits him with a nasty punch. Kyle picks up Cole for a suplex and Richards blasts him with a kick to the face. Richards gets a two count and locks in the ankle lock. Cole fights off the ankle lock and Edwards is in with a double stomp to the back of Richards' head. Edwards locks in the Achilles lock, but Richards kicks him away. Edwards pops Davey up and Cole hits a superkick. Cole hits a German and Edwards rolls through for a pin on Davey, but Richards kicks out!

Edwards seats Richards on the top turnbuckle before slapping at him. Edwards follows up and tries for a superplex, but Richards is able to fight him off. Edwards hits him with a knee to the side of the head, and both men stand on the top. Eddie hits a top rope hurricanrana before he and Cole hit a powerbomb/lungblower combo. Kyle is able to break up the pin. Kyle hits both his opponents with forearms, slaps and kicks, but he hits the ropes and walks into a double big boot from Edwards and Cole.

Cole tornado DDT's Kyle from the top turnbuckle out to the floor through a ringside table. Richards catches Edwards with a roll up, but Edwards tries to counter. Davey locks in the ankle lock, so Edwards counters with a roll up. Edwards catches Davey with a big boot, and goes for a code breaker from the second rope, but Eddie counters into the ankle lock. Edwards kicks it off and tags in Cole. Cole hits Davey with a cross body from the top rope and pins him, holding on tight. Cole gets the three count!

Winners: Eddie Edwards and Adam Cole

Cole looks shocked as Edwards is right there to congratulate him. Richards doesn't look like he can believe it either. This match just made two new stars in Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly. Both men could easily main event any ROH show after that performance.

Richards has a mic. He tries to say something to Cole, but it looks like he's at a loss for words. Richards drops to his knee and extends his hand, saying congratulations. Richards offers his hand to Edwards, and Edwards accepts.

Kyle grabs the mic from Richards. He says he doesn't shake the hand of people he doesn't respect. He says he doesn't respect Edwards or Cole.

Richards goes to say something, but it's interrupted by Kevin Steen. Steen says he doesn't respect any of them, and he'll be d----- if this show ends with a Davey Richards b---- fest. Steen says this is Kevin Steen time!

Steen says he wishes he had a Colt 45 to shoot Davey riht now. He also says Young Wolves Rising is the worst name he's ever heard. He says the show should have been names "Steen steals the show". He calls out Cole and Kyle, saying they're young and cute, but they're not the future, because Steen is the future. He says everyone knows that the real main event should have been Steen vs. Richards for the ROH World Title.

Steen says a lot of people think Richards is scared, but Steen knows Davey isn't scared. Jim Cornette is scared of Steen. Steen says that Richards is the one person who can change Cornette's mind. He says until Davey gets that match to happen, he's going to be Davey Richards' personal nightmare. He says he'll haunt Richards until the match is made. He tells Richards to make it happen before taking a quick shot at the Rock in the process (I'd type what he said, but we're a family website).

Kyle leaves the ring and heads straight to the back. Richards stares at where Steen was for a long time before heading to the back himself. The iPPV ends with Richards sitting on the apron looking dejected before heading to the back.

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