Ring Of Honor Allstar Extravaganza VII Results – New Champion Crowned, Does Lethal Still Have Both Titles? New Number One Contender, Former ROH Star Returns

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Ring of Honor Allstar Extravaganza VII Results

September 18th, 2015

Report by Josh Lopez for Wrestlezone.com

First Match: Jay Lethal (c) w/Truth Martini vs. Bobby Fish for the ROH World Television Championship 

Lethal and Fish lock up and Fish scoring a number of near falls before Lethal scrambled to the floor. Lethal returned, only for Fish to again control Lethal in the ring. Jay went to the floor to get his bearings and some advice but when he returned, Fish trapped him in a leglock, forcing the champion to go for the ropes. Fish stomped on Truth Martini’s hand but was caught with the Lethal Injection. Fish rolled to the outside to avoid getting pinned. Lethal followed him to the floor and nailed him with chops in the aisle, then whipped him into the barricade, which came apart. Lethal beat him down with the idea that Fish might not be able to return in time for the twenty count. Fish crawled back and returned at the last second. Lethal began kicking and stomping Fish.

Fish made a comeback and drilled him with several running charges in the corner. Fish drilled Lethal upside down into the corner and scored the two count. Fish nailed an inverted atomic drop, followed by a Dragon Screw Legwhip. Lethal nailed a pair of dives to the floor but Fish cut him off and hit a moonsault for a two count. Lethal and Fish measured and nailed each other with punches. Fish blocked a superkick and attacked Lethal’s hamstring. Fish cinched in a leglock in the center of the ring, trying to force the submission. Lethal grabbed for the ropes to break it. They went back and forth. Lethal went for the Lethal Injection but was caught and trapped in the Leglock.  Lethal teased almost tapping but then was able to maneuver Fish into a rollup and hooked the tights to pickup the victory.

Winner: Still ROH World Television Champion Jay Lethal 

Second Match: Silas Young vs. Dalton Castle w/The Boys *If Silas loses, Silas becomes one of Castle’s boys

Young went to the floor to go after the Boys but Castle jumped out of the ring to protect them. Young attacked Castle as he retuned to the ring and stomped him. Castle fought back and they faced off. The Boys got on the apron and waved their fans at Young. Young went after them, allowing Castle to roll him up for a two count. Castle continued the momentum, leading to Young going to the floor to regain his bearings.  He stalked the boys but Castle again went to defend them. Young nailed him and took over. Castle brought Young back to the ring and sent him hard into the corner. Castle fired back with several elbows but was nailed with an uppercut.  Young raked his back and scored a two count. Castle caught Young with a big overhead belly to belly suplex for a two count. Castle went for a German suplex but Young landed on his feet. Young charged Castle but was kicked away. Young still caught with an over the knee backbreaker and a clothesline for a two count. Castle & Young battled to the apron outside.

They battled back and forth. Castle charged but was backdropped over the turnbuckles to the other side of the apron. Castle landed on his feet and nailed a big leaping forearm. Castle went for a suplex but was sent into the ring. Young went to the top but Castle met him and went for a superplex into the ring.  Young nailed a sunset power bomb and a big neckbreaker for a two count. Young argued with referee. Castle & Young went to the floor, where Castle came alive with a rana off the apron to the floor, then a missile dropkick into the ring. Young went to the floor. Castle went for a suicide dive but Young shoved the Boys in front of him and Castle took out his own boys. Young tried to hook the tights as he rolled up Castle for a two count.  Young took his knee brace off and threatened to use it, but the referee took it away. Castle caught him with the inverted WhirlyBird and scored a two count as Castle grabbed the ropes. Young went for the brace but one of the Boys grabbed it.  They fought over it and the referee got involved. While the referee was distracted, Young lowblowed Castle and nailed him with Misery to pickup the victory. After the match, Young dragged the boys out as he told them it was time to become men.

Winner: Silas Young