Jerry Lynn captured the ROH championship on Saturday night in Houston, Texas, defeating Nigel McGuinness with the cradle piledriver in the main event of ROH's Supercard of Honor IV. By virtue of the win, Lynn becomes the first person to hold both the ECW and ROH championships.
Pre-Show a) Alex "Sugarfoot" Payne & Andy "Right Leg" Ridge over Ninja Brown & "Dirty" Ernie Osiris
Pre-Show b) Grizzly Redwood & Bushwhacker Luke over Don Juan & Andy Dalton
1) Erick Stevens over Rhett "Addicted to Love" Titus
2) Sweet & Sour Inc. of Chris Hero, Eddie Edwards & Incognito over Jay Briscoe, Kevin Steen & Magno when Hero pinned Magno; good match with a ton of dives.
3) Roderick Strong over Katsuhiko Nakajima in an amazing match
4) Kamala v. Bobby Dempsey - No match, as both men beat up Shane Hagadorn.
5) Four Corner Survival Match
Claudio Castagnoli over ROH World Tag Team Champion El Generico, NWA World Champion Blue Demon Jr. and Brent Albright when he pinned Albright following a low blow.
6) "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson over Alex Koslov
7) D'Lo Brown over Colt "Boom Boom" Cabana
8) GHC Junior Heavyweight Title Match
KENTA (C) over Davey Richards in a great match; MOTYC
9) Jimmy Jacobs & Austin Aries over Tyler Black & The Necro Butcher when Aries pinned Tyler
10) Ring of Honor World Title Match
Jerry Lynn over Nigel McGuinness (C) to capture the ROH World Title after a Cradle Piledriver.
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