12/15/19 - Final Battle Fallout - Philadelphia, PA
PHILADELPHIA -- Forty-eight hours after PCO won the ROH World Championship at Final Battle, he and Villain Enterprises CEO Marty Scurll defeated the powerhouse tandem of Jeff Cobb and Dan Maff in the main event at Final Battle Fallout at 2300 Arena Sunday night.
PCO and Scurll’s fellow Villain Enterprises member, “The Mercenary” Flip Gordon, also was victorious, as he spoiled the ROH debut of Mexican star Rey Horus.
Other major developments coming out of Final Battle include:
*The rematch for the ROH World Title between PCO and former champion RUSH will take place at Saturday Night at Center Stage in Atlanta on Jan. 11.
*RUSH revealed that he has formed a faction called La Faccion Ingobernable
with his brother, new ROH World Television Champion Dragon Lee, Kenny King and Amy Rose.
*2 Guys, 1 Tag (Silas Young and Josh Woods) defeated the Briscoes in a No. 1 Contender’s Match.
*Vincent introduced a man dressed as a clown and an unknown female as new followers of his, joining Bateman.
*Nicole Savoy, the longest-reigning Shimmer champion in the history of the promotion, defeated former Women of Honor World Champion Sumie Sakai in her WOH debut. It was announced that Savoy will compete at Saturday Night at Center Stage in Atlanta on Jan. 11.
Here are the complete results from the show:
Mark Haskins (w/Vicky Haskins) defeated Hallowicked
Haskins put away the masked independent star after hitting a knee strike, followed by Falcon Arrow and a double stomp. Despite the loss, it was a good showing from Hallowicked, who was competing in his first ROH match since 2012.
Nicole Savoy defeated Sumie Sakai
In a match that featured a lot of mat wrestling, Savoy pinned Sakai with a suplex into a bridge.
After the match, The Allure (Angelina Love and Mandy Leon) attacked both women and called out Maria Manic. Manic charged the ring, disposed of Leon and was about to powerbomb Love through a table, but she was ambushed by Bully Ray, who chokeslammed Manic through the table.
Jonathan Gresham (w/Jay Lethal) defeated Alex Shelley
Gresham, who teamed with Lethal to win the ROH World Tag Team Title from the Briscoes at Final Battle on Dec. 13, prevailed over Shelley in a technical wrestling classic. After a flurry of moves and counters, Gresham maneuvered Shelley into a pinning combination and held him down for the three count. With the win, Gresham avenged his loss to Shelley at Glory By Honor in October.
Bateman defeated Tracy Williams
Bateman won with This Is A Kill (tombstone piledriver) after distractions from a creep clown and an unidentified woman. After the match, Vincent, surrounded by his trio of followers, came out welcomed fans to Ring of Horror.
No. 1 Contender’s Match: 2 Guys, 1 Tag (Silas Young and Josh Woods) defeated Jay and Mark Briscoe to earn a shot at the ROH World Tag Team Title
2G1T upset the 11-time former ROH World Tag Team Champions to improve their record to 7-0. The Briscoes were setting up for Doomsday Device on Woods when Jay Lethal came down to the ring to distract the referee while Jonathan Gresham pushed Mark Briscoe off the top rope to the floor. Woods then hit a rolling wheelbarrow suplex into a bridge on Jay Briscoe for the win.
It appeared that Woods and Young were unaware of the interference by the new ROH World Tag Team Champions.
“The Mercenary” Flip Gordon defeated Rey Horus
An exciting, back-and-forth contest ended with Gordon forcing Horus to tap out to the STF (Submit to Flip).
Villain Enterprises (ROH World Champion PCO and Marty Scurll) defeated Jeff Cobb and Dan Maff
Cobb and Maff, who were opponents at Final Battle two days earlier, made an impressive team, but they had a few miscommunications during this bout and ultimately came up short against two-thirds of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions. Scurll scored the win for his team after slipping out of Maff’s attempt at a Burning Hammer and pinning him with an inside cradle.