Ring of Honor Coverage: No Storyline? No Problem?

With three awesome matches, one of them featuring two of the best performers in New Japan, the in-ring action on ROH TV was top shelf. But with no storyline implications or appearances of any ROH Champions, there was a complete lack of context. As a result ROH continues to lose any opportunity to connect with casual wrestling fans.

At the same time, if you love this product, the wrestling, again was amazing.


Michael Elgin vs. Silas Young: Elgin wasted no time in his ROH return using signature strikes and a beautiful Stalling Suplex to get the early advantage. Young fought back however with a Stomp and strikes of his own. Surprising with some High-Flying maneuvers as well, Young maintained his dominance for nice stretch of time. Young than nailed Elgin with the TKO, but Elgin rolled to the outside to avoid being covered. However, once the action spilled to the outside, Elgin hit Young with a Powerbomb against the guard rail and then hit the Tornado Powerbomb in the ring for the win.

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