See the match in its entirety in which Bandido, Flamita and Rey Horus upset Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King and Flip Gordon) to win the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Title. Also: Highlights of ROH World Television Champion Dragon Lee versus Andrew Everett, Jonathan Gresham versus Josh Woods, Vincent and Bateman in tag action and more!
“Ring of Honor Wrestling” #436
Airdate: Weekend of Jan. 25, 2020
Cold Open: The ROH World Title Match between champion PCO and RUSH ends in chaos when La Faccion Ingnobernable, Villain Enterprises and NWA World Champion Nick Aldis get involved. LFI stands tall at the end.
Highlights from Saturday Night at Center Stage: ROH World Television Title Match: Champion Dragon Lee vs. Andrew Everett
Everett nearly pulled off the upset, but Lee ultimately prevailed after removing his knee pad and hitting the Incinerator knee strike.
Backstage: 2 Guys, 1 Tag, 1 uncomfortable moment for Quinn McKay
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) January 25, 2020
Video package: Vincent delivers his message
Taven always lied to his fans. I led him to all his success, especially the world title.
He was just the messenger, I was the leader, dig it. - V https://t.co/h2fJPQJ4rz
— Vincent (@TheHorrorKingVM) January 15, 2020
Vincent and Bateman (w/Chuckles the Clown and Vita Von Starr) vs. The Wrestling Buddies (Sal Rinauro and Michael Stevens)
Bateman started the match for his team and immediately seized control. Bateman continued to dominate the match before hitting This Is A Kill tombstone piledriver. He then tagged in Vincent, who made the cover for the win.
Nick Alids has a message for Marty Scurll
— NWA (@nwa) January 22, 2020
Shane Taylor makes his contract demands to ROH COO Joe Koff
Taylor came to the ring accompanied by the Soldiers of Savagery (Moses and Kaun). He called out Koff, who made his way to ringside. Taylor announced his list of contract demands:
* A shot at the ROH World World Six-Man Tag Team Title for Moses, Kaun and a partner of his choosing.
* A shot at the ROH World Title when he wants, where he wants.
* His face on every ROH poster.
* The highest per fight contract ROH has ever given anyone.
Highlights from Saturday Night at Center Stage: ROH World Tag Team Title Co-Holder Jonathan Gresham (w/Jay Lethal) vs. Josh Woods (w/Silas Young) by countout
Gresham, frustrated that he couldn’t put away Woods with his technical wrestling skills, resorted to low blows and outside interference to win. While the referee was distracted, Lethal clipped Woods’ left knee -- which Gresham had been targeting during the match -- with the title belt. Gresham then applied the figure-four leglock on Woods on the floor. As the referee was just about to complete the 20 count, Gresham released the hold and slid back into the ring to gain a cheap countout victory.
ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Title Match: Champions Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King and Flip Gordon) vs. Bandido, Flamita and Rey Horus
Before the match began, Scurll said Gordon was replacing PCO as a co-holder of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Title for tonight, and the belts will be on the line. That turned out to be a mistake.
After a flurry of fast-paced, back-and-forth action that thrilled the raucous crowd, Scurll set up for the Chicken Wing on Bandido. However, Bandido took advantage of Scurll’s prolonged set-up and rolled him up for the three count to win the title.