ROH TV Coverage: Bullet Club Owns ROH

With new Tag Team Champions in The Young Bucks, The Bullet Club was extra cocky this week on ROH TV. With the added confidence it appears they also have their sights set on the ROH TV Title as well. Add in three enjoyable matches which included progress in the ROH Six-Man Tag Tournament and this week’s show was as current and enjoyable as possible.

Matches:

Shane Taylor and Keith Lee vs. War Machine: Rowe and Hanson: This was a war in and out of the ring. All strikes, spots and offense, these four monsters beat the crap out of one another, but Rowe’s Exploder Suplex on Lee was the move of the match. Lee and Taylor hit a Double Chokeslam on Hanson, but he kicked out and Lee found a way to kick out of a modified Double Front Powerslam. Hanson then kicked out of modified Death Valley Driver from Lee. Taylor then kicked out of WM’s Belly-to-Back Suplex/Leg Drop combo and Rowe escaped a Sit-out Powerbomb. At this point, anything could happen- and it did. After Lee missed a beautiful Moonsault, Rowe hit the Destroyer for the win.

The Cabinet: Caprice Coleman, Rhett Titus and Kenny King vs. Jason Kincaid, Leon St. Giovanni and Shaheem Ali: Kincaid, LSD and Ali nearly won with a Triple Coast to Coast Dropkick, but after LSD hit the knees of Titus on a Phoenix Splash, Coleman hit the Leg Lariat from the top rope for the win.

Jay Lethal vs. Silas Young: Interference from Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly tarnished this one as Lethal was able to sneak in and win with the Rollup.

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