Published November 18, 2019 By Andre Corbeil.
ROH WRESTLING RESULTS AIRED NOVEMBER 16, 2019
The show opens with Shane Taylor’s time limit draw with Joe Hendry. The draw earned Hendry a chance to challenge Taylor for the ROH World Television Championship.
Ian Riccaboni and Quinn McKay welcome viewers and preview the show.
A video package recaps RUSH’s ROH World Championship defense against Jeff Cobb during ROH Honor United. RUSH rocks Cobb with a knee to the head and hits a Mexican destroyer. Cobb drops RUSH with a clothesline. The challenger spears RUSH, who floors him with a superkick. The champion nails Bull’s Horns twice for the win.
McKay and Riccaboni preview ROH Final Battle. A video package recaps Jonathan Gresham’s victory over Jay Briscoe and Jay Lethal’s vicious attack on Jay Briscoe at ROH Honor United. At the Newport ROH Honor United Event, Lethal explains he finally understands what Gresham has been trying to tell him: ROH’s current champions all do whatever they want, so he and Gresham will do the same thing. Lethal says he and Gresham want to level the playing field in Ring of Honor. He also wants the ROH World Tag Team Championship. At another ROH Honor United Event, Gresham attacks PCO with a chair during his match with Lethal, who joins in on the assault. The Briscoes brawl with Gresham and Lethal until security breaks it up
Riccaboni and McKay recap recent happenings in the Women of Honor division, like Kelly Klein’s win over Angelina Love to regain the Women of Honor World Championship.
A video package recaps Klein’s defense of the championship during ROH Honor United against Mandy Leon, who attacks Klein from behind. A spear gets Klein a two count. The champion slams Leon off the top rope. Leon hits Klein with the Women of Honor World Championship and pins her to win the title. A referee runs to the ring and informs the match’s official of Leon’s actions. The decision is overturned and the match continues. Klein hits K-Power for the win.
McKay and Riccaboni discuss ROH Honor United and the match between Flamita and “Speedball” Mike Bailey. A video package shows highlights of the bout. Flamita hits a back handspring elbow. Bailey rocks him with some kicks. He hits a spinning kick and Ultimate Weapon for a near fall. Flamita hits a C4 but Bailey turns into a pin attempt for a two count. A superkick rocks Bailey. Flamita earns the win with a 450 Splash.
Backstage, Joe Hendry says he won’t be an entertainer when he faces Shane Taylor. The ROH World Television Champion says he’ll knock Hendry out. Hendry shows his serious side but Taylor says he’ll prove why he’s the “baddest champion” ROH has ever seen
ROH WORLD TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: SHANE TAYLOR (C) VS. JOE HENDRY (REPLAYED FROM ROH HONOR UNITED)
(Dalton Castle is on commentary for this match.) The match is a stalemate early on. Hendry can’t take Taylor down with shoulder tackles and the champion drops him with one of his own. The challenger tries again and knocks Taylor to the outside. Taylor catches Hendry’s baseball slide dropkick and hits him with a stunner. A nasty chop rocks Hendry.
A legdrop on the apron keeps the momentum in Taylor’s corner. Another shoulder tackle floors Castle. Taylor tosses Hendry into the barricade twice. The Prestigious One returns the favor and the impact sends a fan tumbling. Taylor gets a two count with a clubbing clothesline. Hendry suplexes Taylor but the champion rocks him with a forearm. A Codebreaker gets Hendry a near fall.
The competitors trade strikes but Taylor nails a stiff knee. A package piledriver gets him a near fall. A diving splash gets the champion another two count. Hendry slams Taylor for another two count. Hendry puts Taylor in the Hendry Lock but a headbutt and Welcome to the Land earn Taylor the win Winner and still ROH World Television Champion: Shane Taylor
Tags: jaylethal, jeffcobb, joehendry, kellyklein, mandyleon, RingofHonor, ROH, rohwrestling, rush,