|By Christian Miller | January 21, 2013 | Comments|
The show also opens with a new video package.
Alabama Attitude (Corey Hollis and Mike Posey) vs. Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly
Hollis and O'Reilly start things off. They tie up in the center of the ring and go back and forth before both wrestlers tag their partners in.
O'Reilly hits Posey with a knee before going out, and Fish comes in with a drop kick. He keeps the attack up, eventually nailing Posey with a back breaker. O'Reilly lands an elbow drop.
Fish and O'Reilly keep up the offense and go for a double team, but Posey escapes and tags in Hollis, who comes in hot with several strikes. After a Suplex, Posey comes back in and AA does a modified DDT thing where they force Fish to DDT O'Reilly.
Fish and O'Reilly come back and after several German Suplexes, they hit Posey with a kick/Brainbuster combo for the win.
Winners: Alabama Attitude
After the match, Nigel McGuinness comes down to the ring and he talks about how at Final Battle he had to kick Jay Lethal out of the building. He then calls Lethal to the ring.
Lethal comes out and McGuinness says that he didn't expect Lethal to step up, and so he is giving him a warning. He says though that if Lethal steps out of line another time, he will regret it.
Lethal says that he understands and has just been frustrated. He then asks what he has to do to get a title shot.
McGuinness then says the only way is to change Steen's mind.
Then, a recap of the finish to the Adam Cole and Matt Hardy match at Final Battle 2012 is shown. Hardy and Charlie Haas are shown complaining about the fact that Whitmer gets a TV Title shot. Then, the video package says that Kevin Steen might not be the same after Final Battle, but Steve Corino says that McGuinness is just starting rumors and it will be the same Steen.
Top Prospects Tournament: Mike Sydal vs. QT Marshall with RD Evans
They tie up in the center and Marshall gets a cheap shot. Sydal goes to the apron.
Evans distracts Sydal, allowing Marshall to continue the attack. He hits a side Suplex for a near pin fall.
Sydal comes back with a DDT, and both wrestlers are sprawled out. Sydal takes control and connects with some drop kicks.
Sydal then nails Marshall with a Hurricanrana to the outside. He goes up top and hits a moonsault for near pin fall.
Sydal does a standing moonsault, but Marshall puts his knees up and then hits God's Gift for the win.
Winner: QT Marshall
After the match, Veda Scott is backstage with Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander, and they talk about how they like the Briscoes, but they're going to win.
Then she is with the Briscoes, and they say that Coleman and Alexander are their friends, but not when the bell rings.
Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander vs. The Briscoes- ROH World Tag Team Title Match
Mark and Alexander start things off, and they tie up in the center. They go back and forth and both wrestlers tag in their partner. Jay and Coleman go back and forth, and Coleman comes out in control via a dropkick. He tags in Alexander and they do some double team.
Mark tags himself in. Coleman and Alexander do some more double team moves (a spine buster/lariat combo). The Briscoes go to the outside, but Coleman and Alexander dive over the ropes and take them out.
Back from commercial and Jay is attacking Alexander. Mark comes in hits a Suplex. Jay tags backs in and locks in a chin lock. The Briscoes keep up the offense, tagging in and out.
Eventually Coleman comes in and cleans house. He hits a couple Northern Lights Suplexes and Alexander comes back in. They keep up the offense on the Briscoes.
The Briscoes attempt the Doomsday Device, but Alexander breaks it up. Coleman hits a Hurricanrana on Mark from the top rope and lands on Jay for a pin attempt, and Alexander hits Mark with a frog splash and also attempts a pin. They both get two counts.
Coleman and Alexander go for Overtime, but the Briscoes break it up and send Alexander to the outside. They hit Coleman with a double team and he rolls to the outside.
Alexander heads back into the ring. The Briscoes then hit the Doomsday Device for the win.
Winner and still champions: The Briscoes
After the match, the Briscoes and Coleman and Alexander shake hands, but SCUM attacks from behind. Rhino Gores Alexander to close the show.
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