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Ring Of Honor 15th Anniversary Results

Find out what happened at Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas as Ring Of Honor celebrated their 15th Anniversary.

A TWENTY-FOUR YEAR ODYSSEY FINALLY CAME TO A HEAD AS A RING OF HONOR ORIGINAL GRABBED THEIR BIGGEST PRIZE.

‘The Fallen Angel’ Cristopher Daniels captured the ROH World Heavyweight Championship, beating Adam Cole following a trio of the ‘Best Moonsault Ever’ in front of a packed house at Sam’s Town Live in Las Vegas. This also saw a massive swerve as Frankie Kazarian (who has betrayed Daniels to join the Bullet Club on Ring of Honor TV) swerved everyone by denying Adam Cole to take Daniels out with the title belt.

One of independent wrestlings biggest icons finally wins the world title, fifteen years after fought for it on the first ever Ring of Honor show.

The Addiction could have all the gold very soon as Kazarian (still under the guise of a Bullet Club member) won a six-man mayhem match against Silas Young, Hangman Page, Cheeseburger, Chris Sabin and ‘Punishment’ Damien Martinez to get a future shot at the Ring Of Honor World Television Title.

In a Las Vegas Street Fight, The Broken Hardys beat The Young Bucks and Roppongi Vice to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles in a brutal match that involved table, ladders, trashcans and a thumbtack covered arm sleeve. The ROH Six-Man Tag Team Titles also stayed with the current champions as The Kingdom (Matt Taven, TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia) bested Dalton Castle and The Boys. This could be a costly victory as O’Ryan suffered a severe leg injury after hitting an asai moonsault on the outside, smashing his shins on the guard rail. We at TWM wish him a speedy recovery. ‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll also kept his Ring Of Honor World Television Title, beating Lio Rush.

In a top contenders match, Jay Lethal beat Bobby Fish and in a marquee six man tag team match, the team of Bully Ray and The Briscoes beat War Machine and Davey Boy Smith Jr.

Finally, to open the show  Jay White bested Kenny King.

The man from New Zealand, on loan from New Japan, celebrates his win over Kenny King.

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