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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show Details
Show: ROH Television
Date: November 13, 2016
Location: Baltimore MD
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Steve Corino
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Team CMLL def. The Addiction & Kamaitachi when Ultimo Guerrero pinned Christopher Daniels.

2. Keith Lee & Shane Taylor def. Dalton Castle & Colt Cabana when Taylor pinned Cabana.

3. ROH TV title: Bobby Fish def. Adam Page via submission.

Detailed Results
Part 1 from Baltimore.

1. Six man tournament, bracket B, 1st round: Team CMLL vs. The Addiction & Kamaitachi.

If anything, Kamaitachi, the freshest among the heels, was stoked for this one, as he has a history with the Mexican contingent dating back to his time with CMLL and New Japan. Very even match to start the show. However, in the end, Ultimo Guerrero (no relation to Eddie or Chavo---we think) pinned Christopher Daniels to advance after Daniels had tagged himself in before Kamaitachi could win the match.

Winners: Team CMLL.

Post-match, Daniels apologized, but Kamaitachi walked out, teasing a split with the former tag champs.

2. Dalton Castle & Colt Cabana vs. Keith Lee & Shane Taylor.

Clips were shown from All-Star Extravaganza where Castle called a halt to the Champions vs. All-Stars match to challenge the Young Bucks for the tag titles, only to lose. Something's happened to the Boys, as they're not out with Castle, and Dalton is not a happy camper. Lee & Taylor have too much size, too much power, and should be pointed toward the Bucks, like, yesterday. More miscommunication, this time with Castle dropping Cabana with a boot intended for Lee. Power bomb sets up a middle rope splash from Taylor, and that's it.

Winners: Keith Lee & Shane Taylor.

3. ROH TV title: Bobby Fish vs. Adam Page.

Page ambushed Fish as soon as the champ came to ringside. A few minutes in, Kyle O'Reilly came down to back up his partner, and it's a good thing, too, as Page probably would've made things worse. However, Fish demonstrated his resilience again, and countered the Rite of Passage into a knee-bar, then a leg lace, and Page tapped out.

Winner: Bobby Fish.

Adam Cole came down after, but found himself surrounded by O'Reilly and Jay Lethal to end the show. Cole defends vs. Lethal in London on November 20, with the winner advancing to face O'Reilly at Final Battle on December 2.

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