Welcome to our WrestlingINC.com ROH TV coverage. Tonight's show features a huge match between Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Roderick Strong. Please enter your ongoing feedback of tonight's show in the 'Comments' section below.
Roderick Strong vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
Nakamura gets a great ovation with an absurd number of streamers. The two start out with a grappling exchange that sees Strong take the advantage. He then hits a big leg lariat, but Nakamura quickly kicks out before a two count.
Strong applies a headlock before going to the Olympic Slam for a two count. Nakamura rolls to the apron and clubs Strong with a couple of big knees that look like they kill Strong as we go to a commercial break.
We come back to the two trading strikes in the middle of the ring until Strong heaves Nakamura outside and lands a kick. Strong is bleeding, but still manages a backbreaker for two. Roderick tries to apply a Strong Hold, but Nakamura turns it into a sleeper, which Strong then turns into another big backbreaker.
Strong knocks Nakamura off the top rope, but Shinsuke blocks a suplex attempt to hit a big flying knee that has both guys down. Back on the feet Strong hits a Gutbuster and locks on the Strong Hold. He has it on good, but Nakamura gets to the rope and causes a rope break.
They're make to trading in the middle of the ring, but the OG Swaglord Nakamura gets the best of it until Strong blasts him with a Sick Kick. Nakamura kicks out and the crowd comes unglued. Strong lands some big elbows, but Nakamura hits a running knee that's only good for a 1. Nakamura then hits a kick and pins Strong. Amazing match.
Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura via pinfall
- We go to commercial break.
Gedo vs. Michael Elgin
Eligin gets booed big time as he controls the early going and just tosses Gedo all around the ring. Gedo fights back with an eye poke and a few strikes, but then Elgin hits the turnbuckle powerbomb for the win.
Winner: Michael Elgin via pinfall (turnbuckle powerbomb)
- Main event time!
Bullet Club (Young Bucks & AJ Styles w/ Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) vs. Okada, Barretta & Rocky Romero
AJ Styles and Okada kick it off, and both try to win with victory rolls right out of the gate, but Nick and Baretta are tagged in, which leads to a suplex from Barretta. Shortly after, Barretta eats a big superkick from Matt Jackson.
Barretta gets triple teamed by Bullet Club, and Matt Jackson mocks Okada by spitting in his face. Okada goes after him, but it only serves to allow Bullet Club to triple team Barretta even more. AJ Styles continues the beatdown as we go to a commercial break with Bullet Club dominating.
As we come back, Barretta is trying to work out a Styles hold, but Bullet Club keeps pulling him back. Shortly after, Nick drills him with a knee for a two count. He tries to follow up with a Swanton bomb, but Barretta gives him knees and a DDT before making the hot tag to Rocky Romero.
Romero goes wild, beating down everyone, and the crowd is behind him. He gets caught with a big superkick from Matt Jackson, but shrugs it off and clotheslines him, which leaves both men on the groun.
Okada and Styles get the tags and Okada scores a DDT and a flying elbow, but Styles kicks out at two. Okada goes up top, but gets knocked off by Nick Jackson superkick, only to see Nick dropped with a double knee by Rappongi Vice. Matt then eats one of his own from Romero.
Styles hits the Bloody Sunday but can't get the Styles Clash on Okada. Romero is tagged in but gets beaten to a pulp by The Young Bucks. He still manages to not get pinned off of a big Swanton and 450 splash, but all hell is breaking lose in the ring.
Bullet Club hit superkicks all around, and then Young Bucks score with the IndyTaker, Meltzer Driver on Barretta. He lookse like he's done, but they do the Bullet Club Special to finish him off. That was insanity.
Winners: The Bullet Club via pinfall