ROH: Honor For All – Quick Results

4 years ago by Wrestle Talk

ROH: Honor For All – Quick Results

July has been a huge month for Ring of Honor with the announcement, alongside NJPW, that they will stage a G1 Super Show the night before WrestleMania 35 in 2019. They’ve had their fair share of dramas too, however, with certain allegations. ROH: Honor For All on July 20, though, was a riotous success.

Emanating from Nashville, Tennessee, the event boasted a headline act of the Young Bucks vs the Addiction vs the Briscoes, and saw the return of Beretta following five months on the shelf with a triceps injury. The event also had implications on the upcoming All In, with Flip Gordon vying for a spot on the card by taking aim at NWA World Champion, Nick Aldis.

In results from the show:

  • Punisher Martinez capped Scorpio Sky to retain the ROH Television Championship
  • Sumie Sakai best Karen Q in a Proving Grounds Match
  • Jonathan Gresham outlasted, Kenny King, Shane Taylor, and Chris Sabin to become Number One Contender to the ROH Television Championship
  • Chuckie T prevailed over Bully Ray via disqualification. Beretta returned in this bout and chased away Bully Ray following a post-match attack.
  • Will Ferrara, Rhett Titus, Silas Young, and Beer City Bruiser whitewashed Cheeseburger, Eli Isom, Ryan Nova, and FR Josie
  • Marty Scurll defeated Vinny Marseglia
  • Cody went over TK O’Ryan
  • Nick Aldis brutalized Flip Gordon via referee stoppage to retain the NWA World Championship
  • The Young Bucks outshone The Briscoes and The Addiction

 

Let us know your thoughts on ROH: Honor for All. Did you agree with the results, do you think Flip Morgan will get to All In, are happy to see Beretta back in action, and will Cody be the one to dethrone Aldis on September 1? Give us your answers on Twitter and Discord now.

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