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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show Details
Show: ROH Television
Date: January 14, 2018
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Commentary: Ian Riccoboni & Colt Cabana
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Jay Lethal def. Will Ospreay.

2. Kenny King def. Brian Milonas.

3. Dalton Castle & the Boys def. The Kingdom. Castle submitted Vinny Marseglia.

Detailed Results
1. Will Ospreay vs. Jay Lethal.

Halfway through the match, Marty Scurll comes out to do commentary, trying to pass himself off as a fan of Lethal, perhaps having become a convert after losing to Lethal at Final Battle. Meh, whatever. Best match on the show, easily. Hail to the King blocked. Ospreay gets a near fall. Lethal counters a springboard into a cutter, then hits the Lethal Injection to end it.

Winner: Jay Lethal.

Coleman's Pulpit. Jonathan Gresham is the guest, seated on a high chair. The joke's not working for Rev. Coleman. Fast forward.

SoCal Uncensored (The Addiction & Scorpio Sky) are out for a promo. Whatever. CEO Joe Koff is out, and the bottom line here is that Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian, unless they change their act before the end of the year, will be gone come Final Battle '18.

2. Kenny King vs. Brian Milonas.

Milonas has been used as a jobber since losing the finals of the Top Prospect tournament to Josh Woods. Not anymore, although we're getting ahead of ourselves. King can't use the Royal Flush because Milonas is too big, but a top rope blockbuster does the trick.

Winner: Kenny King.

King cuts a promo on Silas Young, and then the TV champ comes down. Soon, Beer City Bruiser is out, and Milonas, who never left ringside, ambushes King. It becomes a 3-on-1, and maybe Young & Bruiser have finally found their partner in their quest for the 6-man titles.

3. Dalton Castle & the Boys vs. The Kingdom.

Naturally, the former 6-man champs got the heat on the Boys, making the hot tag to the ROH champ that much sweeter. Finish saw Vinny Marseglia try to use his axe, but got cut off. Castle, after hitting Bang-a-Rang on TK O'Ryan, applied a cobra clutch submission with bodyscissors on Marseglia. The move is named for actress Julie Newmar, fitting with Castle's gimmick. Marseglia taps.

Winners: Dalton Castle & the Boys.

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