Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show: ROH Television
Date: October 30, 2016
Location: Lowell, MA
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Steve Corino
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
1. Donovan Dijak squashed Bobby Miles.
2. The Briscoes def. Adam Cole & Adam Page-DQ.
3. ACH, Jay White, & Kushida def. the Cabinet when ACH pinned Caprice Coleman.
Part 3 from Lowell:
1. Donovan Dijak (w/Prince Nana) vs. Bobby Miles.
Squashola. This was designed to get Dijak his heat back after he'd lost a TV title match to Bobby Fish at All-Star Extravaganza. Members of the New England Wrestling Academy, where Dijak and Miles both started, came out with Dijak as his personal cheer squad, as if he needed it to push his homecoming. Miles got no offense, and Dijak, just for fun, hit Feast Your Eyes three times.
Winner: Donovan Dijak.
Post-match, Nana cut a promo, admitting he was disappointed with the result of the PPV.
Briscoes promo. They want the Addiction.
The action moves into the ring, and more of the same. Frankie Kazarian, Christopher Daniels, & Kamaitachi are out, but in street clothes. The former champs simply aren't able to compete after Ladder Wars. Kazarian cut a promo putting over the Briscoes' legacy, but said that the Addiction would take that legacy away. We'll see. The Addiction left, and the Briscoes called out the Young Bucks.......
2. The Briscoes vs. Adam Cole & Adam Page.
The Bucks, obviously, weren't coming out, but the other half of ROH's Bullet Club contingent answered the call. The usual gaga from Cole. This was mostly a brawl, ending with Cole using the belt on Jay for a cheap DQ.
Winners: The Briscoes.
The Briscoes would've been left lying, but as soon as Cole brought the chairs into the ring, reDRagon came down to make the save and clear the deck of the Bullet Club. Well, Cole never did like it when the odds were even.......
Jay Lethal promo for his Nov. 20 match vs. Cole in London.
3. Six-man tournament: The Cabinet vs. ACH, Jay White, & Kushida.
Pre-match intro by Caprice Coleman. More of the same crap we got two weeks ago. They knelt instead of adhering to the Code of Honor. That got old in a hurry. Coleman hit the Sky Splitter on White, but Kushida saved. Faces turned it up a notch, and Coleman was left all alone to eat the 450 (Midnight Star) from ACH.
Winners: ACH, Jay White, & Kushida.
Next week: The new Kingdom debuts.