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ROH Best In The World 2019 Results

Ring Of Honor head down to Maryland to showcase why they think they are the Best In The World.

  • Rush defeated Flip Gordon via pinfall.
  • NWA Worlds Champion Nick Aldis came out to announce his replacement tag partner but James Storm interrupted until Aldis introduced Eli Drake as his tag partner for tonight.
  • Drake said that he’s going to turn the world of NWA upside down.
  • Dalton Castle defeated Dragon Lee via pinfall.
  • The Allure defeated Kelly Klein & Jenny Rose via pinfall.
  • As The Allure celebrate, the lights go out and the vignette from social media played. When the lights came back on, Maria Manic debuted. The Allure bailed, and Manic took over several security guards.
  • Kenny King defeated Jay Lethal to win their Best-of-Three series 2 to 1 via pinfall.
  • Jonathan Gresham defeated Silas Young in a Pure Rules match via submission.
  • Nick Aldis & Eli Drake and the Briscoe Brothes ended in a double-countout.
  • The two teams brawled after the bell until Kamille, Aldis’ bodyguard, came out and speared Jay. Security tried to break things up but Briscoes took them out and then put Aldis through the table. Marty Scurll came out to check on Aldis.
  • ROH World Television Championship Shane Taylor defeated Bandido to retain the title via pinfall.
  • ROH World Six-Man World Tag Team Championships Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, P.C.O and Brody King) defeated LifeBlood (Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) & PJ Black to retain the titles via pinfall.
  • The Sons of Savagery attacked Lifeblood and Black, Bandido tried to make the save but Bully Ray took him out. Flip Gordon appeared with a kendo stick and chased Ray off.
  • Lifeblood offered Gordon a spot in their team, until the lights went out and Marty Scurll announced the fourth member of Villain Enterprises, “The Mercenary” Flip Gordon. Gordon turned on Lifeblood, punctuated with Flip doing a 450 to the outside onto Tracy Williams through a table.
  • ROH World Heavyweight Championship Matt Taven defeated Jeff Cobb to retain the title via pinfall.

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