Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show: ROH Television
Date: November 20, 2016
Location: Baltimore MD
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Steve Corino
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
1. Kyle O'Reilly def. Silas Young.
2. Dalton Castle & Colt Cabana def. Preston Quinn and Ken Davis.
3. The Kingdom def. Team CMLL.
1. Silas Young vs. Kyle O'Reilly.
Clips are shown of Young's title opportunity vs. Adam Cole recently in Lakeland, Florida, so they're trying to give Young a renewed push. Very even match at the start, but O'Reilly alternately targets the left arm and leg of Young, teasing Armageddon. Young went for Misery, but it was blocked, and O'Reilly used an Oklahoma roll to pick up the win.
Winner: Kyle O'Reilly.
Kevin Kelly interviewed Young after the match. Spotting a ROH superfan dressed as Jushin Liger at ringside, Young cut a promo on Liger for their match at Final Battle.
2. Dalton Castle & Colt Cabana vs. Preston Quinn and Ken Davis.
Squash. The regular Boys weren't there again, and Cabana gave Castle a choice of subs. Cabana and Quinn never got into the match. Castle hit Bang-a-Rang, and that was it in about a minute.
Winners: Dalton Castle & Colt Cabana.
Post-match. Cabana cuts a promo, and decides to break up the team. They tease an embrace, but this is where Cabana turns heel, and knees Castle in the groin. He destroyed the ersatz "Boys", and jabbed a peacock feather in Castle's eye, but didn't blind him. If they were going for the Road Warriors-Dusty Rhodes angle from 1988, it failed.
Jay Lethal cut a promo for his match at Final Battle vs. the debuting Cody Rhodes, who apparently will be allowed to use the famous name in ROH, unlike in TNA. Dueling promos from the Addiction and the Briscoes for their match next week.
3. Six-man tournament semi-finals: Team CMLL vs. The New Kingdom.
Winners face ACH, Kushida, & Jay White at Final Battle, although reports have ACH leaving ROH, which pretty much tells you how the tournament will end. Again, this was a very even match, and Vinny Marseglia got more to do this time. The finish saw the Kingdom debut a modified triple powerbomb, where Marseglia and TK O'Ryan run up and help Matt Taven execute the move.
Winners: The Kingdom.