Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show: ROH Television
Date: June 26, 2016
Location: Nashville, TN
Commentary: Ian Riccovani & Nigel McGuinness
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
1. Veda Scott, Amber Gallows, & Alyson Kay (Sienna) def. Sumie Sakai, Thunderkitty, & "Crazy" Mary Dobson when Kay pinned Dobson.
2. ODB def. Faye Jackson.
3. Hiana def. Mandy Leon.
4. Kelly Klein def. Taeler Hendrix via submission.
Kevin Kelly has the night off, and ROH reaches into the recent archives for a 4-match Women of Honor show from Nashville. Ian Riccovani subs for Kevin.
1. Veda Scott, Amber Gallows, & Alyson Kay vs. Sumie Sakai, Thunderkitty, & "Crazy" Mary Dobson.
Since this match took place a few months back, Kay signed with TNA, where she now goes by the handle, Sienna, and is their women's champ. Easy to see why in this opener. Thunderkitty claims to be 95. Yeah, right. 55 is more like it. Up until this week, the women's matches were restricted to ROH's YouTube channel, as they can't seem to find room anymore on the regular shows, and it's a big part of the reason why Scott had been used more as a reporter and manager instead of as a wrestler. Amber Gallows, of course, is the lone Bullet Club rep, and husband Luke is now in the WWE.
It's about what you'd expect from this group. After the predictable mish-mash, Kay hit a discus lariat on Dobson to win it for her side.
Winners: Veda Scott, Amber Gallows, & Alyson Kay.
2. ODB vs. Faye Jackson.
Faye's a rookie, and gets a video package and interview. ODB still linked to the Briscoes, and comes out to Mark's theme. Not a squash, as Jackson was given a fair amount of offense. ODB hit the Dirty Dozens, then a middle-rope Thesz Press to end it.
3. Hiana vs. Mandy Leon.
Back & forth promos before the match. The Exotic Goddess gets her first TV match, and didn't disappoint, though the result might not have been satisfactory. Hiana made this a watchable match, as the two went back & forth. They showed clips of Leon winning a tag team match in Philadelphia, so what happens? Hiana gets the win back with a Kneeclipse (Codebreaker).
4. Kelly Klein (w/BJ Whitmer) vs. Taeler Hendrix (w/Truth Martini).
That's all you need to prove that this one was from earlier in the year, well before Martini was written off, courtesy of Donovan Dijak. Hendrix is billed by ring announcer Scarlet Bourdeaux as the "Poison Princess". Well, she does look like she could get cast as Poison Ivy in a future Batman movie, though she still looks more like Jessica Rabbit. Hendrix controlled most of the offense, but on mistake was all it took for Klein to bounce back and land the End of the Match (guillotine choke) for a tapout.
Winner: Kelly Klein.
Next week is episode #250, a clip package.