ROH TV Recap: American Wolves Vs. The Briscoes, Proving Ground Open Challenge, More

Next, Adam Cole is shown. He says that there's been a lot of talk about an attitude change with him. He says he has always tried to be the best, but losing the TV Title made him see that the only thing that matters is wins and losses. He says at BITW he will defeat Roderick Strong.

Kevin Steen is then shown. He says 10 years ago, he was watching Matt Hardy in TLC matches and that it must have been on hard in him. He says it's nothing compared to what's going to happen to him in Baltimore because he is going to make him wish he was jumping off a ladder or being hit by a chair. Kevin Kelly then states that next week's TV episode will be a road rage episode with the main event being BJ Whitmer vs. Jay Briscoe for the World Title.

Steve Corino, Rhett Titus, Jimmy Jacobs and Cliff Compton come down to the ring. Corino says that ROH had made mistake after mistake. He says that Nigel McGuinness has made three of the worst mistakes. He says he can forgive him for not giving Hardy a title shot at BITW because he will become champion soon anyway. He says he made number one contender matches, but left out Titus, Compton and Jacobs and that it was his plan to have C&C and Lethal compete at BITW all along.

He talks some trash, calls McGuinness a coward and dares him to come after him. Lethal and C&C come out. Corino says they were just talking about them and mentions how they have all lost to SCUM. Corino tells McGuinness to start making better decisions before he burns the company to the ground. He says he can make sure Lethal and C&C don't make it to BITW. McGuinness tells him to do it. Everyone starts brawling except for Corino and Nigel, who stare each other down. Refs come in to break the brawl up as Corino leaves the ring.

The American Wolves vs. The Briscoes

Mark and Edwards start things off. They tie up and chain wrestle. Edwards gets an arm drag takedown. They go back and forth with strikes and blocks. Richards and Jay come in. Jay pushes Richards and Richards locks in a side headlock. They exchange shoulder knockdown attempts. Jay stops a dive attempt and takes control. Mark comes in and the Briscoes hit a double shoulder knockdown. Mark kicks Richards in the corner. Richards comes back with a kick to the head. He tags Edwards in.

Richards sends Mark to the outside and Edwards body slams him. He then kicks Mark in the back and sends him into the ring. Edwards tries for a vertical Suplex, but Mark reverses and tags Jay in. Jay lands a series of strikes. He keeps the attack up. Mark runs across the ring and hits Richards off the apron. The Briscoes whip Edwards and he hangs onto the ropes. Edwards sends both Briscoes outside. Richards kicks Jay from the apron and Edwards takes Mark out with a dive. Richards sends Jay back in the ring.

Richards whips Jay into the corner and Edwards whips Richards into Jay, who backdrops him to the apron. Richards kicks Jay in the back of the head as Edwards charges him. Richards goes up top and hits a missile dropkick as things go to commercial. Back from commercial and Richards has a submission locked in on Jay. Mark breaks it up and Edwards gets tagged in. He hits Jay with a chop and then an elbow in the corner. Edwards lands multiple chops in the corner.

Jay goes up top and Edwards lands an enziguri. He tries to capitalize, but Jay hits a spine buster. Both Mark and Richards come in. Richards kicks Mark in the corner multiple times. Mark rolls out of the corner and lands a bunch of redneck kung fu. He then clotheslines Richards in the corner and sets him up top. Richards fights him off. Mark turns around and fights off an interfering Edwards. Richards leaps off the top rope. Mark catches him in slingshot position. He slingshots Richards into Jay, who delivers a super kick.

PAGE: «   1   [ 2 ]   3 »

Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.

« Previous Headline | Comment | Main | Next Headline » is the largest independently owned wrestling website in the world (Source: Alexa). Become a fan on Facebook, follow us (@WrestlingInc) on Twitter:

Back To Top