By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
TRENTON, NJ — Ring of Honor held its second pay-per-view of the year at the CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton, New Jersey. It was their first pay-per-view since March.
Gravity kicked off the pay-per-view with a roll-up pin on Komander. Samoa Joe retained his ROH World Television Championship due to a technical submission.
Joe retained following a chokehold that resulted in the referee’s stoppage.
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The Aussie Open came out on top in a Fourway match for the ROH World Tag Team Championship. This also included former champions Lucha Brothers, Best Friends, and The Kingdom.
Then in the six-man tag team match, Mogul Embassy defeated a trios team that featured Leon Ruffin, Master Wato, and Ryusuke Taguchi by pinfall. Katsuyori Shibata maintained his ROH Pure Championship with a win over challenger Daniel Garcia.
“Not afraid to fail,” Garcia said in a tweet after the loss. “I’ll always try. For better or for worse. Make it work.”
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The Dark Order defeated The Righteous. This was a Fight Without Honor that featured a lot of violence and blood.
Claudio Castagnoli remained the ROH World Champion with a win over Pac. In the main event, Athena defeated Willow Nightingale by submission to remain the ROH Women’s World Champion.
Athena said in a post-fight interview that this was the first time that she had been in the main event of a pay-per-view card.
Zero Honor Results:
1) Josh Woods defeated Tracey Williams by submission
2) Action Andretti and Darius Martin defeated The Workhorsemen by pinfall
3) Leyla Hirsch defeated Trish Adora by submission
4) AR Fox defeated Shane Taylor by pinfall
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