Ring of Honor TV Taping: Episodes 130 - 132
Pennsylvania National Guard Armory - February 22, 2014
We brought our friends Roberto and Jeanette to this show. It was their first ROH event, and my first in seven years since the taping of The Wrestler in Dover, NJ. They taped three weeks worth of programming that will air from March 15th through the 29th.
The card was a mix of familiar faces that I remember from back in the day and newer talent that I learned about tonight. Of those, I was especially impressed with Michael Elgin and Tommaso Ciampa. The Briscoes have reinvented themselves since I last saw them at a live show, and they're still one of the best tag teams I've ever seen.
Episode #130 Results
air date: March 15, 2014
|Tag Team Match|
Hanson and Raymond Rowe defeated Team Benchmark (Bill Delay and Will Ferrera)
Kevin Steen defeated Homicide via disqualification
*Eddie Kingston interfered in the match which caused Homicide be disqualified.
|ROH Television Championship Match|
Tommaso Ciampa defeated Jay Lethal to retain the title
Episode #131 Results
air date: March 22, 2014
|Six Man Tag Team Match|
The Decade (Roderick Strong, BJ Whitmer and Jimmy Jacobs) defeated Adrenaline Rush (ACH and TaDarius Thomas) and Andrew Everett
RD Evans defeated The Romantic Touch via countout
*The Romantic Touch is Rhett Titus under a mask.
Cedric Alexander defeated Adam Page
|Tag Team Match|
The Briscoes (Jay and Mark Briscoe) defeated Adam Cole and Mike Bennett
Episode #132 Results
air date: March 29, 2014
|Four Corners Survival Match|
Silas Young defeated Caprice Coleman, Matt Taven and Takaaki Watanabe
|ROH Tag Team Championship Match|
reDRagon (Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish) defeated The Brutal Burgers ("Brutal" Bob Evans and Cheeseburger) to retain the titles
"The Phenomenal" AJ Styles vs. Michael Elgin went to a 30 minute time limit draw
*Adam Cole did commentary with Steve Corino during the match. After it was over, he ran to the ring and used the ROH World Heavyweight Championship as a weapon to knock out both men. Kevin Steen and Jay Briscoe ran to the ring to run Adam Cole off.