MexaBlood (Bandido and Flamita) meets the Briscoes in a show-stealing showdown at Free Enterprise. Also on this episode, spectacular high flyers Alex Zayne and Andrew Everett collide.
“Ring of Honor Wrestling” #441
Airdate: Weekend of Feb. 29, 2020
Cold Open: MexiSquad (Bandido, Flamita and Rey Horus) defeats Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King and Flip Gordon) for the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Title at Saturday Night at Center Stage on Jan. 11.
Alex Zayne vs. Andrew Everett
In a matchup of freakishly agile high flyers, Zayne came out on top after hitting a shooting star stomp followed by a package pumphandle slam.
Video: Brian Johnson earns his white belt from PJ Black
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) February 25, 2020
Video package: Wrestling With Wregret’s Brian Zane’s Top 5 matches he’d like to see
5. The Bouncers vs. Bandido and Flamita
4. Maria Manic vs. Session Moth Martina
3. ROH World Television Champion Dragon Lee vs. Dak Draper
2. Dan Maff vs. Bully Ray
1. La Facción Ingobernable vs. The Righteous
Backstage: Josh Woods has a present for Silas Young
Josh surprises Silas with new jeans...pic.twitter.com/oD6Nvmla6A
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) February 24, 2020
Highlights of Jay Briscoe vs. Mark Briscoe from Honor Invades Boston (2002)
Mark Briscoe, making his ROH debut, defeated his brother, Jay, in an instant classic. The brothers will face each other again in the main event of ROH Past vs. Present on March 14 in Las Vegas (streaming live for HonorClub).
MexaBlood (Bandido and Flamita) vs. Jay and Mark Briscoe
The 11-time former ROH World Tag Team Champion Briscoes and two-thirds of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions Bandido and Flamita went at it non-stop for nearly 20 minutes of fast-paced, hard-hitting action that sent the crowd into a frenzy. The Briscoes ultimately picked up the hard-fought victory after hitting the Doomsday Device on Flamita.