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Ring of Honor Final Battle 2015 Results
December 18th, 2015
Report by Josh Lopez for Wrestlezone.com
First Match: The Young Bucks vs. The All Night Xpress vs. The Briscoes in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match to determine the Number One Contenders to the ROH World Tag Team Championship
Mark and Nick start off the match. After Jay is tagged in the first round of the Superkick Party from the Bucks begins on the Briscoes and ANX. The Bucks did too much posing, though, and ANX dumped them out of the ring from behind. Bodies started flying out of the ring, then Matt Jackson surprised Titus with a superkick on the floor. Nick with a big 450 splash on Rhett, Matt hit a 450 splash on Rhett, but Kenny broke up a pin just before three. Superkicks started flying again.
The Briscoes gained control with a double neckbreaker on King, but Titus broke up a pin attempt. The Briscoes tried a Doomsday Device on King, but the Bucks nailed superkicks to everyone involved to take control. The Bucks followed with a super spike Tombstone Piledriver on Jay Briscoe, but Mark broke up a pin. Mark was set up for More Bang for Your Buck, but Titus tags himself into the match. ANX cleared the Bucks from the ring. ANX with the One Night Stand to pickup the victory.
Winner: The All Night Xpress
Second Match: Dalton Castle vs. Silas Young w/The Boys
Castle charges across the ring to lock up with Young and drives him into the corner. Young quickly bailed from the ring and hid behind The Boys. Young continued to punish Castle on the outside before rolling him back into the ring. Young followed up with a slingshot double foot stomp to the gut for a two count. Castle came back with an overhead flip slam, but Young responded with a dive through the ropes to spear Castle to the floor. The Boys hyped up Young as he dragged Castle back into the ring. Young nailed a kick to the chest into a running clothesline for a two count. Castle with a deadlift German Suplex with a bridge for a close two count. Castle launches Young across the ring, but Young responded by jamming Castle face-first into the bottom turnbuckle for a two count. Young tried a flying attack, but Castle caught him in mid-air and delivered a release suplex.
The Boys then got involved, with Castle accidentally smacking one of the Boys. Castle distraction allowed Young to attack him from behind. Young with the Misery to Castle to pick up the victory. After the match Young took the mic and told Castle to admit that he is the real man. Young told Castle to do the right thing. Dalton shook his head and Young proceeded to stomp Castle. Young then grabbed chairs from under the ring. Young told Castle to call him a man, or he’ll sic the boys on Castle. The Boys moves toward Castle, but Castle takes the mic to stop them. Castle calls Young a man, but he’s a foolish man because the boys are his. The Boys attack Young as he turns around with steel chairs and they celebrate as Young rolls out of the ring.
Winner: Silas Young