Ring of Honor Coverage: Tag-Team Powered

Three great matches and storyline development? Was this the show Ring of Honor show that’s been languishing in Destination America for two months? Although there needed to be more promo, this week’s episode set up feuds and did so convincingly, while balancing the drama between Adam Cole and the Kingdom.

While it wasn’t an amazing show when compared to the other hour-long wrestling shows on TV and online, it’s one that gets Ring of Honor rolling in the right direction creatively.

Matches:

Bloodbound Warriors: Red Scorpion and Grey Wolf vs. Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe: The warriors used their strength to ground Mark, but Jay had other things in mind. Taking out Grey Wolf with a Suicide Dive, Jay left Mark in the ring with Red Scorpion. After Scorpion took out Mark, Jay hit the Death Valley Driver on him and then took down with a Forearm, allowing Mark to hit the Frog Splash Elbow. After another Lariat from Jay, the Briscoes got the win. After the match, The Decade hit the ramp and started a feud with the brothers.

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