Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show: ROH Television
Date: June 19, 2016
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Nigel McGuinness
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
1. Dalton Castle def. Gedo.
2. Tomohiro Ishii def. Will Ferrara.
3. Roderick Strong, Jay Lethal, & the Briscoes def. The Guerrillas of Destiny, Matt Jackson, & Kenny Omega when Jay Briscoe pinned Tonga Loa.
Final show from Toronto before Best in the World. Sorry this is late, but we'll dispense with the usual this time.
1. Dalton Castle (w/The Boys) vs. Gedo.
Long story short, Gedo wasn't digging the Boys' fanning him, unlike his countryman, Jushin Liger, for example. He took a couple of pokes at the two, and when the ref's back was turned, they collected a receipt, setting up Bang-a-Rang. Sayonara!
Winner: Dalton Castle.
2. Will Ferrara vs. Tomohiro Ishii.
Protracted squash. Ferrara stayed with the former TV champ as much as possible, but this was more of a style clash. Ishii landed a brainbuster, and that was all.
Winner: Tomohiro Ishii.
Adam Cole promo. Whee. I'm underwhelmed.
Steve Corino returns and cuts a promo on BJ Whitmer for their match at Best in the World. Something tells me this will be Corino's farewell.
Promos, albeit separately, from the Briscoes, Jay Lethal, & Roderick Strong, setting up the main event.
3. Roderick Strong, Jay Lethal (w/Taeler Hendrix), & the Briscoes vs. the Guerrillas of Destiny, Matt Jackson, & Kenny Omega.
Omega's a late sub for Nick Jackson (ribs), though the reason was never mentioned. By the time this aired, Omega had dropped the IWGP IC title to Michael Elgin, and the Guerrillas lost the IWGP tag titles to the Briscoes, all of which happened earlier Sunday in Japan. About what you'd expect from this bunch. Without Nick Jackson, well, Kenny Omega's a poor substitute when it comes to those superkick parties. Not having Corino at the desk orgasming over the superkicks helps. It came down to Jay Briscoe and Tonga Loa after Lethal took a double superkick intended for Briscoe. One Jay Driller later, and it's over.
Winners: Roderick Strong, Jay Lethal, & the Briscoes.
Strong left immediately, heeling on his three teammates. The show ends with the two Jays having another staredown over the ROH title.