Shane Taylor Retains ROH TV Title
Bandido looked to earn his first Ring of Honor belt at Best In The World, but it wasn’t meant to be. Defending champion Shane Taylor looked incredible as he overpowered the luchador in an excellent match that saw both men come close to capturing gold. One especially impressive spot had Bandido catching Taylor in mid-air, which is incredible considering the size difference. In the end, Taylor was just too strong and managed to retain his belt after dishing out one final stretch of punishment.
Villain Enterprises Defeats Lifeblood & PJ Black
Marty Scurll and Villain Enterprises looked great during their six-man tag title match as they took on Lifeblood and PJ Black. Their time as a team proved to be the difference as they were on another level compared to their opponents. While Lifeblood got in some considerable offense, and Tracy Williams delivered a nasty looking power bomb to the apron on PCO, they couldn’t get a pinfall. In the end, it was a moonsault from PCO that got them the win.
After the match, the Soldiers of Savagery came out and attacked Lifeblood. Bandido came out and made the save for his partners until Bully Ray came out and wiped him out. He was about to use a chair on Bandido until Flip Gordon scared him off and became an official member of Lifeblood.
Afterward, Villain Enterprises announced their newest member. Scurll revealed Flip Gordon would be joining them. This led to Gordon then attacking Lifeblood and taking out Bandido before fleeing. The rest of the group then came out and celebrated by taking out everyone inside the ring.