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ROH Manhattan Mayhem Results: Bullet Club Main Events

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ROH Manhattan Mayhem Cody Rhodes Flip Gordon
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Ring of Honor presented “Manhattan Mayhem” on Saturday March 3, the first event broadcast as part of their Honor Club service (click here to sign-up).

 

  • Jay & Mark Briscoe defeated Coast to Coast and The Dawgs in a triple threat tag team match when Jay pinned Will Ferrara after a Jay Driller
  • Tenille Dashwood & Deonna Purrazzo defeated Jenny Rose & Sumie Sakai when Tenille pinned Sakai following a running knee (now called The Spotlight)
  • Punishment Martinez defeated Soberano Jr following a chokeslam in what was described as the only disappointing match of the night
  • Cody Rhodes defeated Flip Gordon after hitting Crossroads. Per the stipulation of the match (voted on by the fans), Flip Gordon is still not booked for Cody & The Young Bucks’ “All In” show
  • Silas Young, Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas defeated Chuckie T, Cheeseburger & ROH World TV Champion Kenny King when Bruiser pinned Cheeseburger; Cheeseburger is Chuckie T’s new tag team partner with Baretta out (torn pectoral muscle), and the team will be called Chuckie Cheese
  • ROH World Champion Dalton Castle and Volador Jr. defeated Ultimo Guerrero and Jay Lethal when Volador pulled Guerrero following the Volador Spiral in what called the best match of the night so far
  • Bullet Club (Hangman Page, Marty Scurll and The Young Bucks) defeated The Kingdom (Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia and TK O’Ryan) and Shane Taylor in an Ultimate Mayhem Match (think War Games style timed entries)
    • Order of entry:
      1. & 2. Matt Taven & Marty Scurll
      3. Vinny Marseglia
      4. Matt Jackson
      5. TK O’Ryan (disguised as a fan throwing a trash can over the railing, only to reveal himself when being escorted out)
      6. Nick Jackson
      7. Shane Taylor
      8. Adam Page
    • The match was extremely chaotic with multiple table spots, and Adam Page hitting a moonsault off of the balcony.
    • Adam Page won for Bullet Club, pinning TK O’Ryan following the Rites of Passage

Bully Ray kicked the show off with a promo and there were Q&A sessions throughout the night with Jon Gresham and Kelly Klein, plus a Caprice Coleman’s Pulpit with Colt Cabana. Changes, including SoCal Uncensored missing the show due to travel issues resulting from the inclimate weather, took place but the event was well-received by basically everyone who watched it.

Some action shots were also shared on Twitter:


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WWE News: NXT Live Event Results From Largo, Florida (6/23/18)

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The Superstars of WWE NXT continued touring around the state of Florida this weekend, following Friday night’s action in Venice (check out results here). Last night, the stars of WWE’s third brand rolled into Largo, Florida as fans in attendance got the chance to see EC3, Nikki Cross, War Raiders and even a surprise appearance by 205 Live Superstar Tony Nese. Heavy Machinery’s Otis Dozovic was also in action, however as we previously noted, Tucker Knight was not as he had just welcomed his first child on Friday. Below are the results:

  • ‘The Premier Athlete’ Tony Nese defeated ‘The Finest’ Kona Reeves
  • Babatunde defeated Fabian Aichner
  • Aliyah defeated Xia Li
  • Adrian Jaoude w/Taynara Conti defeated Jeet Rama
  • War Raiders defeated Dan Matha & Marcel Barthel
  • Danny Burch defeated Dijak
  • NXT Women’s Title #1 Contender’s Triple Threat: Nikki Cross defeated Rhea Ripley & Dakota Kai
  • EC3 & Otis Dozovic defeated The Forgotten Songs (Steve Cutler & Wesley Blake) w/Chad Lail

Results c/o WrestlingInc

 

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WWE News: NXT Superstar Set For Surgery After Nasty Injury At TakeOver

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Following last Saturday’s excellent showing by the Superstar of NXT at NXT TakeOver: Chicago II at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois, many fans came away from the weekend believing that once again, NXT had stolen the headlines. One of the better matches on the card (which they all were pretty great) was the opener for the NXT Tag Team Championships as The Undisputed Era’s Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong defended against Danny Burch and Oney Lorcan. While Strong and O’Reilly were able to escape with their titles, it now looks like one of their opponents did not come out of the event unscathed.

PWInsider is reporting that Oney Lorcan was injured, suffering a broken orbital bone during the match that will require surgery to repair. Lorcan tweeted out the following photo of the injury today:

At this time, it’s not known when exactly he was injured during the contest, however he did finish the match. It’s also uncertain how long Lorcan will be out of action for, however after some research we were able to find that most surgeries for such an injury could be put off for up to two weeks in order for the swelling to go down. Additionally, it could take 1-2 months for the healing process to be completed.

 

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WWE Rumors: The Undertaker Possibly Working SummerSlam

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After leaving his trademark hat and coat in the ring following his loss to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 last year, many fans thought that was the end of The Undertaker’s in-ring WWE career. Of course as we saw at WrestleMania 34 back in April, that is not the case as ‘The Deadman’ accepted John Cena’s challenge and disposed of ‘The Leader of the Cenation’ in relatively quick fashion.

‘The Demon of Death Valley’ would return to the ring again less than a month later, defeated Rusev in a Casket Match at the Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia on April 27th, marking the first time Taker worked multiple matches in the same year since 2015. It’s also been noted that ‘The Phenom’ will be back in the squared circle at Madison Square Garden (read about that here), his first match there in eight years, at the RAW Live Event on July 7th. He will also be working the big stadium show in Australia set for October (check that out here). According to a new report, we could also be seeing Undertaker in the ring yet again this Summer.

According to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, who has been a source of some solid info over the past year or so, the multi-time WWE Champion may have a match at SummerSlam on August 19th:

EA’s Take: I’m all for Undertaker continuing to wrestle as long as he’s in good health. His character is such that he doesn’t really need to do a whole lot, just him being there brings interest (or even the prospect of him being there as we saw at WrestleMania 34). WrestleVotes has had some good info in the past, however I can’t say for sure that this is true because nobody knows who’s behind the account. I also don’t really understand what Taker working in October would have to do with his status for SummerSlam. Seems pretty legit to me though, even if SummerSlam doesn’t necessarily “need” Undertaker on the card to sell tickets. The event sells itself.

 

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