Arena Reports SHOW RESULTS - 10/26 ROH in Chicago, Ill.: "Glory by Honor" features eight-man tag main event, Outlaw, Inc., Tara-Maria, more
Oct 27, 2013 - 12:56:51 AM
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By James Caldwell, PWTorch assistant editor
Ring of Honor "Glory by Honor" Results
October 26, 2013
Results submitted by Chris of PWPonderings.com
(a) The Romantic Touch (who may be Rhett Titus) beat Will Ferarra with a fisherman's brainbuster.
(b) MsChif beat Kasie Rae. The Romantic Touch presented a rose to MsChif after her match, but she dismissed it.
Main Show: In addition to being a taped iPPV, Bobby Cruise informed the crowd that there will be three episodes of ROH TV taped.
Kevin Kelly and Nigel McGuinness were the broadcast team.
(1) Silas Young beat Mark Briscoe with a schoolboy roll-up with his feet on the ropes to get the three count.
(2) Jimmy Jacobs beat Adam Page with the Contra Code.
(3) Mike Bennett beat Kevin Steen in the TV main event. Maria caused a distraction to help Bennett win. During the match, Steen was going to hit the F5 on Bennett, but looked at Maria and hit the GTS for C.M. Punk. Lisa Marie Varon (Victoria/Tara) hit the Widow's Peak on Maria post-match.
Steve Corino was brought out for commentary as a settlement was reached.
(1) Tommaso Ciampa beat Jessy Sorensen via submission.
(2) Outlaw, Inc. beat A.C.H. & T.D. Thomas when Homicide hit a doomsday bulldog on Tadarius Thomas to get the pin.
Post-match, Homicide got Kingston to break Sinclair's rule of no cussing by calling the ROH tag champions ReDRagon a "bunch of p------."
(3) Paul London beat Roderick Strong with a Shooting Star Press in the TV main event.
The return date for Chicago was announced as March 8 at the Frontier Fieldhouse.
The entire episode was dedicated to the eight-man tag featuring ROH champions vs. ROH All-Stars. The match went one hour, 13 minutes.
(1) ROH All-Stars (Michael Elgin & Jay Lethal & Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander) beat ROH champion Adam Cole & TV champion Matt Taven & ROH tag champions Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly in an eight-man elimination tag match when Elgin won for his team.
- Adam Cole eliminated Cedric Alexander.
- In a melee on the outside, Bobby Fish sustained a very serious laceration on the right side of his head, by his ear.
- Jay Lethal went through a table.
- While the All-Stars were down, Adam Cole and Matt Taven argued on who should eliminates Caprice Coleman. Cole won out and eliminated him.
- Michael Elgin was left in the ring. Nigel went over to check on Jay, who tried to get back into the ring, but fell back and it seemed as if Nigel made the gesture that he couldn't continue.
- Michael Elgin eliminated Kyle O'Reilly with a short-arm clothesline.
- Lethal came back out after being escorted to the back for the hot tag and cleaned house.
- Adam Cole eliminated Jay Lethal - his third elimination - by hitting a brainbuster on his knee.
- Michael Elgin eliminated Taven with the crossface.
- Michael Elgin eliminated Bobby Fish with a rolling backfist, powerbomb to the turnbuckle, and 360 sittdown powerbomb combo. Bobby Fish hit Elgin with a chair afterward.
- Michael Elgin eliminated Adam Cole with a diving power bomb. Elgin is now in-line for a future ROH Title shot.
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