ROH TV Recap (4/11): Kenny Omega Vs. ACH, Tag Team Title Match, Fight Without Honor, More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc's coverage of ROH TV. Tonight's show features the new IWGP Jr Heavyweight Champions Roppongi Vice taking on War Machine, Kenny Omega vs. ACH and Dalton Castle vs. Silas Young in a Fight Without Honor.


ROH World Tag Team Championships
War Machine (c) vs. Roppongi Vice

Vice jump War Machine before the bell, as we see confetti all over the floor from past shows. Romero sticks himself in the ropes, but gets booted to the outside of the ring by Hanson. Trent gets worked over for a little while, but Romero comes in and hits a running shiranui for a two count. Trent almost gets double chokeslammed and is saved by a dropkick from his partner.

Hanson eats a couple of double knees from RPG Vice. Trent sets up for Strong Zero, but he and Romero get powerbombed into each other by War Machine. The Path of Resistance is stopped by a springboard Frankensteiner from Romero. On the other side of things, Trent is caught doing a flip over the top rope and gets powerbombed into the apron. A Spin kick of Doom and Fallout on Romero finishes the match.


Winners: War Machine via pinfall (Fallout) to retain the ROH World Tag Team Championships

- Donovan Dijak and Prince Nana comes out to explain why Dijak attacked Martini. He says it's for them to know and us to find out. Nana says Dijak will become the next ROH World Champion. Dijak says he's been protecting Jay Lethal for a year. Lethal hits the ring and the two brawl.

- Dalton Castle is in the back hyping up his match tonight with Silas Young.

Kenny Omega (w/ Young Bucks) vs. ACH

Omega comes out entertaining as ever, with his broom in hand. The crowd is behind Omega. Kenny Omega starts out strong with some strikes, but ACH catches him with a Thesz press and elbow drop, followed by a dropkick. Omega runs into the ring and distracts the ref while Nick Jackson superkicks ACH and leaves a banana peel on the ground. The Elite tell the ref that ACH slipped and the crowd chants "he slipped" as Omega grabs his broom and sweeps the peel under the ring. Probably the greatest commercial segue in wrestling history.

ACH hits an incredible Pele kick while running up the ropes. He sends Omega outside and does Air Jordan on the Elite. A double foot stomp gets a two count. Omega starts slapping ACH in the back and connects with a snap dragon suplex. ACH counters the One Winged Angel with a Brainbuster, but the ref's super slow counting gives him a two.


Omega and ACH trade big strikes, but ACH gets flipped out onto the apron. Both men are in a bad way. Omega misses a Superkick and Rock Bottom, and eats a Stone Cold Stunner that he sells like the Rock. ACH comes up empty on Midnight Star, and Omega gets One Winged Angel for the win.

Winner: Kenny Omega via pinfall (One-Winged Angel)

The Elite party in the ring after the match.

Fight Without Honor
Dalton Castle vs. Silas Young

The two start by brawling, and Castle hits two suicide dives. Castle loses control of the match when Young pushes him off the top rope to the outside, setting up a slingshot dive from Young. Castle misses Young and chops the ring post, hurting his hand. Tables, chairs and ladders are set up around ringside, littered with streamers.

Castle goes for a rebound rana, but Young catches him and powerbombs Castle across two chairs. Young gets a two, but applies an STF. He follows up with a sick handstand slingshot moonsault, but lands across the ladder. After a strike exchange Young catches Castle with Misery for a two. Young grabs a mic and says he wishes the Boys were here to see how miserable Castle is. The Boys come out and get beaten up trying to help.

Castle wakes up and delivers a few knees before being sent outside. Young goes for a suicide dive, but the Boys jump in front of Castle and take the damage. Castle returns the favor on Young with a suicide dive, then a deadlift German Suplex for two. Castle hits an enormous back body drop over the top rope through a table, but Young kicks out. Bangarang gets the job done for Castle.


Winner: Dalton Castle via pinfall (Bangarang)