Ring of Honor
Date: December 16, 2020
Location: UMBC Event Center in Baltimore, Maryland
Pundit: Caprice Coleman, Ian Riccaboni
It’s the final battle home show, which means it’s time to devote everything forever. The cards were thrown together a bit, but that’s to be expected given all the circumstances of this year’s show. The Ring of Honor can be ubiquitous with these things, so I’m curious about how the final push is done. Get it.
Quinn McKay runs out of cards and explains how the match leads to a final battle.
Looking back on Matt Taven / Mike Bennett’s brawl with Righteous last week.
Bennett was beaten up, but still yelled at Taven, and this doesn’t end until the kingdom says so. Taven says the original kingdom is back and they are coming for the righteous.
The guards talk about having a long heritage in wrestling for their trainers (Harley Race and Killer Kowalski), and now it’s time to get serious. It’s time to fight people and win the game, so they are no longer toasting their losses. They want the title, so they want Mark Briscoe and the PCO to hit them hard and hit them harder.
Mark Briscoe and PCO also want a title and are ready to fight. The PCO even says security guards can rest at h ***.
Bouncer vs. PCO / Mark Briscoe
Mark starts by slugging it out with Bruiser, but is knocked down by a big guy. Mark hits his face with a shot, bounces off the corner and hands it to the PCO. A lot of hits on the face until Milonas arrives and he comes back with a huge running crossbody. The discus forearm sends Milonas to the floor for suicide diving. Brisco looks pretty happy. Briscoe adds a Blockbuster from the apron, drops Milonas again and takes a break.
Milonas was able to hit Briscoe’s Suplex as the PCO missed a flip dive into the apron. Bruiser participates in the release of Rock Bottom in the corner, but Vader Bomb fails. Hottag brings in PCO and begins cleaning the house, including a front Russian leg sweep for two. Briscoe uses the chair as a launch pad to dive into Bruiser and MIlonas on the floor, followed by kicking Bruiser’s head. Froggy Bow fails, but Briscoe makes Bruiser Suplex anyway. PCO returned at 11:04 with a pin PCo sault.
result: PCO / Mark Briscoe b. Security Guard – PCOsault to Bruiser (11:04)
After the break, Briscoe and PCO promise to win the title.
A brief overview of the final battle card. Includes four ways of last night’s TV title shots, Brian Johnson vs. Danhausen for Danhausen’s deal, Fredjech / Wheeler Utah vs. Foundation at Pure Rule Tag Match, and everything already announced.
Flip Gordon talks about growing up in sports and competing in the military. He started wrestling in 2015 and signed the Ring of Honor two years later. Yes, he is a high flyer, but his background is always struggling, so he is ready to win the pure title. Josh Woods stood out in pure title tournaments, and he should be the perfect way to get back to the title hunt.
Josh Woods talks about how big it was to beat Jay Lethal last week, but now he has to change his focus to Flip Gordon. Of course Gordon is talented and ready to take advantage of the mistakes High Flyers are trying to make. Gordon may have an amateur background, but Woods can’t.
Josh Woods vs Flip Gordon
Pure rules. They go to grappling and Gordon bail on the rope within 40 seconds with an ankle lock. When backed up, Gordon grabs the headlock, but Woods reverses again as he keeps shrugging what Gordon does. Another Gordon headlock is a little more successful and the dropkick puts Gordon on the floor. There is diving and we take a break.
After Gordon cranks his arms and returns, there is a clothesline running in the corner. Suplex gives Gordon 2 and we hit the neck crank. Woods pulls him down again, and Gordon bailed on the rope again. Backing up, Woods ran two knees in the corner to score and Superplex beat both. When he planted a powerbomb in Gordon, the slugout goes to Woods, but Gordon just kicks his head back. Moonsault Press gives Gordon a 2, and Gordo Buster to Stomp finishes Woods at 9:34.
result: Flip Gordon b. Josh Woods-Stomp (9:34)
The show ends with another final battle rundown.
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