Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show: ROH Television
Date: April 16, 2017
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Commentary: Ian Riccoboni & Kevin Kelly
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
1. Chris Sabin def. Caprice Coleman.
2. Rappongi Vice def. Cheeseburger & Will Ferrara. Trent Barreta pinned Ferrara.
3. Silas Young, Jay Lethal, Jay White, & Adam Page def. Hanson, Lio Rush, Colt Cabana, & Bobby Fish. Lethal pinned Rush.
Last of 4 from Las Vegas.
1. Chris Sabin vs. Caprice Coleman (w/Kenny King).
Sort of a captains match between Search & Destroy (Sabin's group) and The Rebellion (Coleman & King). Rev. Coleman needs to lose this gimmick, IMPO, because it's going nowhere, and go back to being a mentor/role model. Yeah, I'm saying that because of his faith, being compromised by the role he plays.
Decent opener. King didn't really do a lot, but when he screened Sabin to set up an eye gouge, Lio Rush came down. At the end of the match, Rush took out King, and Sabin pinned Coleman.
Winner: Chris Sabin.
Highlights of last week's 6-man title match. Only because Silas Young is in the main event. Meh.
2. Rappongi Vice vs. Cheeseburger & Will Ferrara.
Kevin Kelly & Ian Riccoboni got to wear Rappongi Vice's jackets for a brief bit, and put over the theme song, written by Rocky Romero. Anyway, this was another good one, with air traffic control on full alert. Being that this was 'Burger & Ferrara, well, did you really think Rappongi Vice was losing? Hmmmmm, well, of course not. Ferrara was pinned after the double team finisher.
Winners: Rappongi Vice.
Post-match, Ferrara walked out on Cheeseburger, so another tag team bites the dust. Ironically, in Japan, they had been teasing the break-up of Rappongi Vice. Go figure.
3. Silas Young, Jay Lethal, Jay White, & Adam Page vs. Hanson, Lio Rush, Colt Cabana, & Bobby Fish.
Billed as a Vegas Wild Card 8-man, with the teams chosen at random. Young & Page wanted next to nothing to do with the two Jays, but Cabana, who recently turned heel, was more than willing to be a team player, being the senior most veteran in the match. As it was, Young & Page took turns pounding on Fish, who was face in peril for a good chunk of the bout.
At the end, though, a collision between Lethal & Page sent the Bullet Club rep packing, as he decided to walk away on his partners. Frankie Kazarian showed up to collect a receipt from last week, and they brawled to the back. Everyone else is brawling on the floor, with Rush & Lethal the legal men at the end. Lethal Injection, and that's it.
Winners: Silas Young, Jay Lethal, Jay White, & Adam Page.
The winners advance to a 4-corner survival match, with the winner to face the champion, be it Christopher Daniels or someone else, down the line.