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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show Details
Show: ROH Television
Date: May 28, 2017
Location: Philadelphia PA
Commentary: Ian Riccoboni & Colt Cabana & Kevin Kelly
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Josh Woods submitted David Starr.

2. Beer City Bruiser NC Jay Lethal.

3. Cody def. Frankie Kazarian.

Detailed Results
We open with the exit of Adam Cole from Bullet Club, replaced by TV champ Marty Scurll, at War of the Worlds.

And whaddya know? Scurll, Adam Page, & the Young Bucks open. So they shocked the world. Meh, they on the precipice of becoming stale & boring, just like the nWo was 20 years ago. Cole, of course, comes out, and we get a match made for next week, as it's confirmed by the end of the night, between the two Adams.

1. Josh Woods vs. David Starr.

Role reversal here, as Starr is billed as hailing from Philadelphia. Calling oneself "your favorite wrestler's favorite wrestler", though, isn't going to win him a lot of support. Decent opener, could've been better, but I don't think the top brass could be too happy with the fans booing Woods. They went back & forth before Woods locked on the knee-bar submission, and Starr had no choice but to tap.

Winner: Josh Woods.

Silas Young & Beer City Bruiser are out, after Young defeated Jay Lethal at Supercard of Honor. Yadda, yadda. Lethal is out, and wants a rematch, but is noticably limping after the attack Young inflicted on him on last week's show. Young backs off and sends Bruiser in to face the former champ.

2. Jay Lethal vs. Beer City Bruiser.

Young goes to the desk, and Colt Cabana tries kissing up to him. Meh. Lethal is selling the knee, which means we probably won't see a Lethal Injection here. Tries for Hail to the King, but Bruiser bails. Ultimately, Lethal & Young go at it, prompting Todd Sinclair to call for the bell.

Winner: None. No contest.

Young & Bruiser doubled on Lethal until Bobby Fish came down to make the save, setting up a tag match for down the line.

Cody is out next. Kevin Kelly joins Colt and Ian Riccoboni for the main event. Cody gets Colt to reiterate that Lethal's shoulders were down for a pinfall, but the ref missed it as Christopher Daniels retained with the Best Moonsault Ever. Stop whinin', Cody. You're disrespectin' your father, eef yew weel, when you do that. Claims he's not under contract.

3. Cody vs. Frankie Kazarian.

Quick clip of Page cheating to beat Kaz at War of the Worlds. Decent back & forth match, just like the opener, but because you have a member of Bullet Club in the main event who is getting a big push, we already know who's going over. It takes Cody three tries to finally hit Cross-Rhodes, and that's it.

Winner: Cody.

Page is back out, and they double on Kazarian until Daniels shows up to chase them away. The show ends there.

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