ROH TV Recap: Jay Lethal Vs. Sonjay Dutt, Four Corner Survival Proving Ground Match, More

ROH TV Recap: Jay Lethal Vs. Sonjay Dutt, Four Corner Survival Proving Ground Match, More
This week's episode of ROH TV opens with a recap of the events leading to the ROH Title Tournament.

Four Corner Survival Proving Ground Match for a shot at the ROH World TV Title
Vinny Marseglia vs. Todd Hanson vs. Brian Fury vs. Kongo

Everyone adheres to the Code of Honor except Kongo. Vinny and Fury start things off. They lock up and chain wrestle. Vinny lands a dropkick and Hanson tags in for Fury. He attacks Vinny from behind. Hanson clubs Vinny's head on the mat. Vinny comes back via a hurricanrana, sending Hanson into the corner. Hanson slams Vinny to the mat. Kongo tags in for Hanson. He bites Vinny on the forehead and headbutts him.

Kongo bounds off the ropes and Fury tags himself in. Vinny pulls the ropes down and Kongo flies outside. Hanson dives through the center rope, taking Kongo out. Then, Fury runs and dives, taking both Kongo and Hanson out. Vinny goes up top and dives off, taking out everyone. Hanson rolls in the ring. Vinny tries to follow, but Hanson catches him in Pedigree position. He flips Vinny over his back, but Vinny slides out and they exchange strikes.

Hanson gets Vinny with a big clothesline. Kongo attacks Hanson and tries to pin him, but Fury comes in and attacks Kongo. Kongo rams Fury into the corner. Vinny leaps off the top rope at Kongo, but Kongo catches him and hits a Samoan Drop. Kongo hits Vinny with a running butt bump in the corner. He tries to do it to Fury, who pops up and hits a super kick. Then, Hanson hits Kongo with a huge kick. Fury attacks Hanson, and Hanson tosses Fury into the corner. Hanson hits multiple back elbows.

Hanson goes for a Bronco Buster, but Fury moves and counters with a neckbreaker. Vinny attacks Fury from behind and hits a flying elbow in the corner. Vinny hits a Russian legsweep. He then hits Fury with a big DDT. Matt Taven starts arguing with Kevin Kelly on the outside and when things cut back to the ring, Fury hits Vinny with his finisher for the win.

Winner and number one contender: Brian Fury

Mike Sydal and Zizou Middoux vs. C&C Wrestle Factory

Sydal and Coleman start things off. They tie up and Coleman hits a fireman's carry. He locks in Sydal's arm. Coleman goes for a dropkick, but Sydal holds onto the ropes. Sydal goes for a big boot, but Coleman dodges and hits a dropkick. Alexander comes in and attacks Sydal. Sydal reverses and tags in Zizou. Zizou runs at Alexander, but Alexander hits a backdrop. Alexander hits a running kick to the face. Alexander gets whipped and Sydal kicks his back at the ropes.

Alexander hits Zizou and then goes to bound off the ropes again, but Sydal snaps his neck across the top rope. Alexander turns around and gets hit with a dropkick by Zizou. Sydal holds the ropes down and Alexander tumbles out. Sydal attacks Alexander on the outside. Alexander gets sent back in. Sydal gets tagged in and Sydal and Zizou hit Alexander with a double team dropkick.

Sydal snap mares Alexander and then kicks him in the head. Zizou comes in and clubs Alexander in the back. Alexander tries to fight back, but Zizou gets a knee to the head. Zizou goes for a leg drop, but Alexander moves and tries to tag in Coleman. Sydal runs over and hits Coleman off the apron. Alexander kicks both Zizou and Sydal in the head and tags in Coleman.

Coleman goes up top and jumps ¾ of the way across the ring, taking Sydal out. He attacks Zizou with a pair of elbows to the head and then follows up with head strikes. Coleman hits a trio of suplexes for a near pin fall. He charges Zizou in the corner, who moves. Sydal runs over and attacks Coleman in the corner and then Zizou hits a dropkick. Alexander sends Sydal outside and then tosses Zizou over the top rope. He goes for a dive, but Sydal stops him with a knee to the face.

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