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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show Details
Show: ROH Television
Date: August 27, 2017
Location: Concord NC
Commentary: Ian Riccoboni & Colt Cabana
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. War Machine def. Search & Destroy. Hanson pinned Jay White.

2. Josh Woods def. Shane Taylor.

3. ROH tag titles: Young Bucks NC Motor City Machine Guns when the Addiction attacked both teams.

Detailed Results
1. Search & Destroy (Jonathan Gresham & Jay White) vs. War Machine.

Hanson & Rowe are back after a tour of Japan, and are in with two young guns in the opener. Like, this was crazy wack. War Machine just could not overpower their smaller opponents. Air traffic control, though, was on high alert, given how all four men like to fly around the ring. However, in the end, the veteran experience of War Machine was too much to overcome. Instead of Fallout, White was pinned after after a Hanson powerslam.

Winners: War Machine.

Post-match, Punishment Martinez came down and picked the bones of White to continue his issue, while War Machine walked away, suggesting a potential heel turn for the former ROH tag champs.

Footage is shown of the 3-way conchairto to Jay Briscoe by the Kingdom from last week. Next week, Mark Briscoe & Bully Ray take on Cody and Adam Page. The Kingdom can wait, as Jay has a concussion.

QT Marshall returns after winning an award for a documentary, and joins Ian Riccoboni & Colt Cabana at the desk for the next match.

2. Shane Taylor vs. Josh Woods.

Here we are again. Big man vs. little man. Taylor is announced at 356, and Ian says Taylor had lost 60 pounds. Well, they're still trying to push him as ROH's answer to Mark Henry, I suppose. Frustrated that he can't beat Woods with sheer brute force, Taylor resorts to finding a chair, but ref Paul Turner intercepts, and Woods schoolboys him for the flash win.

Winner: Josh Woods.

However, after the match, Marshall leaves the desk, and watches as Taylor renews his assault. He'd talked about having an issue with Woods for some reason. Anyway, after 2 splashes from Taylor to Woods, Marshall hands Taylor an envelope, suggesting a payoff. Hmmm.

3. ROH tag titles: Young Bucks vs. Motor City Machine Guns.

I remember seeing these two teams feud in TNA, when the Bucks were known as Generation Me, or, individually, Max & Jeremy Buck, for copyright reasons. That's not brought up by the announcers, though the Bucks do hint at it in a pre-match promo.

Naturally, this is the best match on the show. Unfortunately, the Addiction breaks this up, attacking both teams and ref Todd Sinclair.

Winner: None. No Contest.

Also: We find that Cody will defend the ROH title at Death Before Dishonor on September 22 vs. Minoru Suzuki, which doesn't make the champion happy. At all. Kenny King talked about his time on "The Bachelorette", and that he'll get a rematch vs. Kushida for the TV title, also at Death Before Dishonor, which will be in King's hometown of Las Vegas.

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