Ring of Honor held their Death before Dishonor pay-per-view last night, and it’s fair to say it was a night of drama and twists.
Below you will find all of the results from the show.
- Kenny King bt. Jushin “Thunder” Liger via pinfall. Liger was injured and King was seemingly going to let him get up to recover. However, after a brief handshake, King hit Jushin with a spinebuster for the win. After the bell, King thanked Austin Aries for showing him the way.
- The Briscoes (c) bt. Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian AKA ‘The Addiction’ to retain the Ring of Honor Tag Team Championships.
- Sumie Sakai (c) bt. Tenille Dashwood via armbar submission to retain the ROH Women’s Championship. Dashwood passed out after being locked in the armbar.
- Punishment Martinez (c) bt. Chris Saban with a chokeslam to retain the Ring of Honor Television title. After the match, Martinez tries to stomp Saban’s head through a chair but Jeff Cobb comes out to stop him! The stare each other down before Punishment retreats… but soon returns to hit him with a chair. But Cobb no sells it and delivers a power move to put the champ down!
- Bully Ray & Silas Young bt. Flip Gordon & Colt Cabana in an elimination Tables match. Bully put Colt through a table for the first elimination Young then sidestepped Bully and tossed him into a propped table. Flip put Young through a table with a 450, but the referee was incapacitated. Bully Ray came back, knocked out Flip, and put him in the remains of the table. He then convinced the referee it was Flip who went through the table.
- Bullet Club (Cody Rhodes, the Young Bucks, Hangman Page & Marty Scurll) bt. CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada, Tomohiro Ishii, Rocky Romero, Chuckie T & Beretta) with Marty Scurll submitting Rocky Romero with the Crossface Chickenwing.
- Jay Lethal (c) bt. Will Ospreay with the Lethal Injection to retain the Ring of Honor World title. Vinny Marseglia and TK O’Ryan attacked both men after the bell. Jonathan Gresham attempts to help but he is knocked down too. Matt Taven runs out and attacks Jay Lethal with a purple world title belt.