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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show Details
Show: ROH Television
Date: September 18, 2016
Location: Las Vegas NV
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Steve Corino
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Guerillas of Destiny def. the All Night Express.

2. Shane Taylor & Keith Lee def. Ken Phoenix & Ricardo Rojas when Lee pinned Phoenix.

3. Taylor & Lee NC War Machine.

4. The Addiction & Kamaitachi def. Kazuchika Okada & Rappongi Vice when Frankie Kazarian pinned Trent Barreta.

Detailed Results
Sorry this week's report is so late.....

Steve Corino returns as color analyst, and as I said last week, don't be surprised if this ties into his feud with BJ Whitmer and Kevin Sullivan.

1. The Guerillas of Destiny vs. the All Night Express (w/Caprice Coleman).

Who would the fans cheer for in this one? Doesn't seem as though they have a rooting interest at all. The capper has Coleman trying to interfere, but this backfires as he crashes into Rhett Titus instead of one of the Guerrillas. Titus is pinned after Guerilla Warfare (MNM's old Snapshot finisher).

Winners: Guerillas of Destiny.

Shane Taylor promo continuing the storyline with Ray Rowe.

2. Shane Taylor & Keith Lee vs. Ken Phoenix & Ricardo Rojas.

Squashola. That's all that needs be said.

Winners: Shane Taylor & Keith Lee.

Taylor cuts another promo post-match, and that brings War Machine, and we have an impromptu match.....

3. Taylor & Lee vs. War Machine.

This doesn't get very far, either, before it all breaks down, and ref Paul Turner calls for the bell, declaring this a No Contest.

4. The Addiction & Kamaitachi vs. Kazuchika Okada & Rappongi Vice.

As of now, Team Chaos doesn't have anything lined up for All-Star Extravaganza at the end of the month, and you know the Addiction has to defend the tag titles in a 3-way ladder war. Air traffic control should've been on full alert for this one, as everyone was flying. As it happens, the Addiction sent a message in the direction of the Young Bucks with the Best Meltzer Driver Ever, as Christopher Daniels moonsaulted into the Meltzer Driver on Trent Barreta.

Winners: The Addiction & Kamaitachi.

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