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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show Details
Show: ROH Television
Date: March 6, 2016
Location: Nashville TN
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Mr. Wrestling 3 (Steve Corino)
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Lio Rush def. Brian Fury to win the Top Prospect tournament.

2. Moose def. Kongo.

3. Cedric Alexander NC Adam Page.

4. Christopher Daniels def. Dalton Castle due to interference from Frankie Kazarian.

Detailed Results
1. Top Prospect finals: Brian Fury vs. Lio Rush.

A 17 year veteran vs. a virtual rookie in the finals of the tournament. Fury did everything he could to ground Rush. First attempt at the pop-up powerbomb was countered into a huracanrana. Hit it the 2nd time, but got 2. The problem was Fury let up just enough to let Rush get his 2nd wind. Rush says thank you very much, and nailed the running C4 (Spanish Fly) to win the tournament.

Winner: Lio Rush.

Cary Silkin & Nigel McGuinness are out to congratulate Rush. This kid should get not only a TV title shot, but a long-term deal, because he's the kind of kid WWE is looking for to bring to NXT.

2. Moose vs. Kongo.

No Stokely Hathaway. After Moose fell to Kazuchika Okada at the 14th Anniversary show last weekend, Hathaway seems to think Moose needs to get the idea of functioning without him. Kongo tips the scales at close to 400. We're talking Vader level, when Vader was at the peak of his powers 25 years ago. Corkscrew splash netted only 2. Moose did a Superman comeback, but it took a while before he landed the spear.

Winner: Moose.

reDRagon & the Young Bucks cut promos wrapped around the next match to promote a tag team gauntlet match that will be next week's main event.

3. Cedric Alexander (w/Veda Scott) vs. Adam Page.

The bout never started as BJ Whitmer ambushed Page. Alexander joined in to make it 2-on-1 before Jonathan Gresham made the save. I think this sets up a tag team match for another time.

4. Christopher Daniels (w/Frankie Kazarian) vs. Dalton Castle (w/The Boys).

Silas Young is at the desk for commentary, and otherwise was a non-factor. Just the same, they had security at ringside to ensure there would be no funny business from Young. Kevin Kelly asked Kazarian for a manager's license. Heh, he should ask Kazarian if he had plastic surgery done to look like Scott Hall. Castle went for Bang-a-Rang, but Kaz grabbed the leg. Daniels capitalized with the Angel's Wings for a tainted win.

Winner: Christopher Daniels.

Post-match, Castle cut a promo on Young, and challenged him to a Fight Without Honor. Castle had cut a promo on Daniels at the top of the show, but got screwed because of Kazarian. Is he asking for trouble again?

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