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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of ROH Television.
Show Details
Show: ROH Television
Date: September 4, 2016
Location: Las Vegas NV
Commentary: Kevin Kelly & Nigel McGuinness
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Dalton Castle def. Caprice Coleman.

2. Donovan Dijak def. Manny Lesnig.

3. The Briscoes def. Lio Rush & Jay White when Mark pinned Rush.

Detailed Results
We open with the Bullet Club contingent that made the trip to Las Vegas for Death Before Dishonor, led by new ROH champ Adam Cole. To sum it all up, I'm just going to break down Cole's bragging like this:

Yadda, yadda, yadda. We've heard it all before.

Jay Lethal is out, and warns that he will come after Cole anew. Tatsuyo Naito and Evil (formerly Watanabe) come out next, and a six-man tag is signed for next week.

1. Caprice Coleman (w/The All Night Express and Rent-a-jobber security) vs. Dalton Castle (w/The Boys).

This spins out of last week's six man tag in Philadelphia. Predictably, Rhett Titus & Kenny King decide the best way to disrupt Castle's momentum is to go after the Boys. Ref Paul Turner puts a stop to that and ejects the ANX as we go to break. However, that doesn't last, as Titus & King are back out to protest the fact that the Boys were not ejected with them. Well, you two jabronies initiated the contact....! The Boys hit twin suicide dives on the ANX, leaving Coleman all alone for Bang-a-Rang.

Winner: Dalton Castle.

Footage was shown, previously online exclusive, of the Young Bucks getting even with the Addiction after last week's show signed off. The tag champs are at the desk whining, and Christopher Daniels claims it's "doctored" footage. Maybe he should pay more attention to what's being said on air before airing his gripes next time. The act is tired, so do us a favor, drop the belts and go away. Oh, by the way, Daniels, that's not how God behaves, since you think you're almighty. Actually, you're just a blasphemous geek in need of a spanking.....

2. Donovan Dijak (w/Prince Nana) vs. Manny Lesnig.

Squash. Nana told Kevin Kelly the jobber's name was Lemmons. Well, he wasn't that far off. There was a "Let's go, Lesnig!" chant, but it was brief, like this match. Feast Your Eyes ends this one quickly.

Winner: Donovan Dijak.

More crap with the Addiction, who have brought a ladder out to the stage and cut another promo. Y'think y'know where this is going, kids?

Briscoes promo for the main event. Respect, man.

3. The Briscoes vs. Lio Rush & Jay White.

Best match on the show, easily. This spun out of a single between Jay Briscoe and Jay White 2 weeks ago that ended in a draw. The two Jays ultimately picked up where they left off. The message here was that the rookies have some dues that have to be paid, as the late Dusty Rhodes often reminded us in WCW back in the day. Rush was isolated, and ate the Doomsday Device. Mark was lucky he didn't accidentally pin himself.

Winners: The Briscoes.

Nigel McGuinness ends the show by announcing that at All-Star Extravaganza at the end of the month, The Addiction will defend the tag titles vs. the Young Bucks and the Motor City Machine Guns in Ladder Wars VI. The Addiction are wigging out as we sign off.

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