New ROH World Champion Crowned At Best In The World

2 years ago by Liam Winnard

New ROH World Champion Crowned At Best In The World

Ring of Honor crowned a new first-time World Champion at last night’s ROH Best in the World pay-per-view event.

The main event of the show saw RUSH drop the promotion’s top championship to Bandido in a 16-minute match.

RUSH had held the title since February 2020 after winning it at Gateway to Honor in a three-way against Mark Haskins and then-champion PCO.

Best in the World also saw a surprise appearance from former WWE star Chelsea Green, which you can read more about at this link.

There was also a new TV Champion crowned as Dragon Lee beat Tony Deppen to end Deppen’s 74-day reign, and Violence Unlimited beat the Foundation for the promotion’s World Tag Team Championship.

Here are full results from the show:

  • Rey Horus def. Demonic Flamita
  • Danhausen & PCO def. The Bouncers
  • Jay & Mark Briscoe def. Brian Johnson & PJ Black
  • EC3 def. Flip Gordon
  • Shane Taylor Promotions (c) def. Dak Draper, Dalton Castle & Eli Ison – World Six-Man Tag Team Championship
  • Josh Woods def. Silas Young – Last Man Standing
  • Brodie King def. Jay Lethal
  • Jonathan Gresham (c) def. Mike Bennett – Pure Championship
  • Dragon Lee def. Tony Deppen (c) – TV Championship
  • Violence Unlimited def. The Foundation (c) – World Tag Team Championship Fight Without Honor Match
  • Bandido def. RUSH (c) – ROH World Championship

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