ROH Wrestling Results
Aired December 23, 2019
Report by Colin Tessier for Wrestlezone.com
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Ian Riccaboni welcomes viewers and previews the show. He discusses Shane Taylor’s reign as ROH World Television Champion.
ROH World Television Championship: Shane Taylor (c) vs. Bandido (replayed from ROH Best in the World)
Taylor declines Bandido’s handshake. They trade blows and match each other step for step. Bandido knees Taylor on the jaw and takes him to the outside. Taylor slams Bandido on the apron. The ROH World TV Champion controls the match and talks trash to his opponent. Taylor drops Bandido with a head-butt. Bandido hits two clotheslines and a corkscrew dive off the top.
A facebuster sends Taylor to the outside and another dive to the outside gives Bandido the momentum. Bandido gets a near fall with a springboard hurricanrana. A springboard standing moonsault takes Taylor down but the champion slams Bandido to the mat. A splash off the second rope nearly gets Taylor the win. A superkick knocks Taylor down but Taylor drops Bandido with a head-butt. A hard knee to the head and a package piledriver result in a close two count. Bandido catches Taylor when he dives off the top and slams him to the mat. Taylor barely kicks out after a Shooting Star Press. The champion hits Welcome to the Land for the win.
Winner and still ROH World TV Champion: Shane Taylor
A few clips recap Matt Tavens 60-minute draw with Jay Lethal from ROH 17th Anniversary.
The show then shows clips of Villain Enterprises winning the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship from the Kingdom.
Why @bullyray5150 attacked Maria Manic
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) December 23, 2019
Riccaboni discusses Global Wars eSpectacular before the show shifts to a recap of Villain Enterprises’ match with Team CMLL.
Team CMLL (Okamura, Hechicero, Rey Bucanero and Bárbero Cavernario) vs. Villain Enterprises (from Global Espectacular)
Marty Scurll and Brody King team up to take control of the match. The match breaks down into a brawl. Team CMLL gangs up on King; Okamura hits a cutter on King. Team CMLL continues to isolate King. He perseveres and hits a springboard arm drag. King dives to the outside and lands on his feet. Hechicero dives onto King. Practically everyone’s diving out of the ring. Hechicero squares off with PCO, who tosses him out of the ring. PCO hits a moonsault onto Team CMLL. Scurll snaps Okamura’s finger and King splashes him for the win.
Winners: Villain Enterprises
2019 Top Prospect Tournament Winner Dak Draper reveals which female athlete is his celebrity crush, how he feels about romantic comedies, when he will cash in his ROH World Television Title shot, and more. pic.twitter.com/T4qCC46Lmb
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) December 21, 2019
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