The first 2023 Ring of Honor television taping took place on Saturday night in Orlando, FL. Here are the results courtesy of Ashley Colton and PWInsider.com…
Mark Brisco defeated Slim J, accompanied by Smart Mark and Ari Daivari.
The Kingdom defeated Shawn Dean and Carly Bravo.
NJPW World TV Champion Zack Saber defeated Blake Christian.
Christopher Daniels defeated Rohit Raju via Jorah Johal.
Konosuke Takeshita defeated Josh Woods & Smart Mark Sterling.
Embassy, along with ROH Six Man Tag Team Champions Prince Nana, defeated LSG and Rex Lawless and Joe Keys.
Ari Daivari, along with Slim J and Smart Mark Sterling, defeated Gran Metalik.
Sky Blue and Madison Rayne defeated The Renegade Twins.
In ring promo: Ian Ricaboni and Wheeler Utah. He wants to defend his ROH Pure Championship and they announce that he will appear on the graphic screen “next week” and Timothy Thatcher comes out to answer the challenge. He said that he is not a talker but a fighter.
Willow Nightingale defeats Lady Frost. After the match, Ian Ricaboni talks to Willow about what’s next. She said that she had two big PPV wins and now wanted to challenge Athena for the ROH Women’s World Championship. Athena comes out and accepts the challenge and will see him “next week”.
ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli defeated AR Fox. After the match, Eddie Kingston comes out and says that he promised Mox that he would not beat Claudio’s ass in AEW but he is an independent contractor and this is ROH. He challenges Castagnoli and Claudio walks away and laughs at Kingston.
That concludes the first episode of ROH on Honor Club.
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