Here’s a place to check results and comment along with Ring of Honor (ROH)’s Best in the World pay-per-view (PPV) – happening Friday, June 28, 2019 at UMBC Event Center in Baltimore.
This is the promotion’s first major show since their WrestleMania week event with New Japan Pro Wrestling, April 5’s G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden. The card doesn’t feature any NJPW stars – which may be indicative of how the MSG show went, or it could just be because New Japan has a big show in Dallas next Saturday. Whatever the reason, this card still has three championship bouts, a mystery partner for the NWA champ, and several CMLL luchadors. It has the potential to be a fun night of graps.
The show will stream live on HonorClub, ROH’s subscription service (details here) and internet PPV (order here). The opening bell is scheduled for 8PM Eastern.
We’ll update the results tonight as they happen, and feel free to use this space to discuss all the action with the best pro wrestling community on the internet – before, during and after the show.
– The Allure (Angelina Love & Mandy Leon) vs. Jenny Rose & Kelly Klein
– Villain Enterprises (c) vs. Mark Haskins, “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams & PJ Black for the ROH World Six-Man championship
– Nick Aldis and
Colt Cabana ??? vs. The Briscoes
– Jonathan Gresham vs. Silas Young in a Pure Rules match
– Jay Lethal vs. Kenny King in the final match of their best of three series
– RUSH vs. Flip Gordon
– Dragon Lee vs. Dalton Castle
– Bandido vs. Shane Taylor (c) for the ROH World Television title
– Matt Taven (c) vs. Jeff Cobb for the ROH World championship