Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show: ROH Television
Date: October 16, 2016
Location: Lowell MA
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Steve Corino
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
1. War Machine def. Keith Lee & Shane Taylor when Ray Rowe pinned Lee.
2. The Cabinet def. Jason Kincaid, Leon St. Giovanni, & Shaheem Ali when Caprice Coleman pinned St. Giovanni.
3. Jay Lethal def. Silas Young.
From Lowell, MA:
The Bullet Club, represented by ROH champion Adam Cole, tag champions the Young Bucks, and Adam "Hangman" Page, open. Cole & Nick Jackson did all the talking. All self-congratulating gaga. Page is being pointed toward the TV title. Whatever.
Caprice Coleman promo. Meh. Rev. Coleman is on the wrong team these days.
1. Keith Lee & Shane Taylor vs. War Machine.
Rematch from a few weeks ago, and more of the same out-of-control brawling from these four. Once inside the ring, the focus changed. Lee kicked out of Fallout. Hanson kicked out of Taylor & Lee's finisher. At the end, the newcomers' winning streak came to a crushing end.
Winners: War Machine.
Post-match, Lee & Taylor initiated a sore loser attack, so this feud is far from settled. War Machine were left lying. Again.
2. The Cabinet (Caprice Coleman & the All-Night Express) vs. Jason Kincaid, Leon St. Giovanni, and Shaheem Ali.
1st round match in the trios tournament, but it's really a protracted squash. The Cabinet, mocking 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick and other athletes, took a knee rather than adhere to the Code of Honor. This gimmick is dead in the water, I tell you. Finish saw St. Giovanni left all alone with the Cabinet. Modified Royal Flush from Kenny King sets up Coleman and the Sky Splitter.
Winners: The Cabinet.
3. Silas Young vs. Jay Lethal.
Young will challenge Adam Cole in Lakeland, Florida on 10/22 after winning the Honor Rumble last month. Young lost to Lethal on that same card, so revenge is on the docket here. Prior to commercial, Cole comes out to do commentary, then decides to meander to the ring. Kyle O'Reilly, who faces Cole at Final Battle in December, evens things up. They brawl, and O'Reilly ends up on the apron, distracting Young uninentionally (setting up reDRagon vs. Young & Beer City Bruiser down the line). Lethal schoolboys Young to pick up the win.
Winner: Jay Lethal.
It breaks down into a 4-way brawl as we fade to black.