Brian Zane lists five of the best tag teams in Ring of Honor history, including Generation Next, the Kings of Wrestling, the Young Bucks, reDRagon and the Briscoes.
No. 1 Contender’s Match: 2 Guys, 1 Tag (Josh Woods & Silas Young) vs. The Briscoes (Replayed from ROH Final Battle Fallout)
Josh Woods and Mark Briscoe start the match. Woods and Mark exchange technical holds and Woods spanks Mark. Young tags in and gains the upper hand on Mark. Jay tags in and the Briscoes team up to clothesline Young. Mark uses a chair to dive onto Young and Woods outside the ring. The Briscoes continue to gang up on Young. Woods tags in and suplexes Jay. Woods controls the match for a bit but Mark tags in and clears house. Mark drops Woods with a Brainbuster but Woods counters the Froggy Bow into an arm bar. He transitions into an ankle lock and suplexes Mark. The Briscoes gang up on Woods. Redneck Boogie gets the Briscoes a near fall on Woods. The former Top Prospect winner suplexes Mark off the top rope. Woods squares off with both Briscoes, who rock him with a double shoulder tackle. Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham interfere; Lethal distracts the referee and Gresham breaks up a Doomsday Device. Woods German suplexes Jay Briscoe and pins him for the win.
Winners: 2 Guys, 1 Tag (Josh Woods & Josh Woods)
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