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  • Writer's pictureCarlos Astorga

ROH Results (06/01/2023)

Ring of Honor Wrestling on HonorClub kicked off with tag team action.

The Kingdom defeated The Infantry

The Kingdom hit The Proton Pack on Shawn Dean, and Taven picked up the pinfall victory for his team.

Skye Blue defeated Trish Adora

Skye Blue hit Skyfall on Trish Adora and won the match via pinfall.

The Righteous and Stu Grayson defeated Dark Order

Stu Grayson hit Night Fall on Evil Uno. Vincent then tagged himself in to get the pin for his team.

Evil Unto tried to reach out to Stu Grayson following the match, but Grayson walked away.

Samoa Joe and Zack Sabre Jr. were interviewed backstage about their successful tag team win last week, ZSJ said they could be The Island Boys. The two men still bicker about who the better Television Champion is. Joe said it’s crystal clear, but ZSJ said it’s not clear enough. Joe said the two of them will have to find out.

Diamante defeated Promise Braxton

Diamante locks in a Stretch Jacket hold to secure the victory via submission.

Ring of Honor Six-Man Tag Team Champion Brian Cage defeated Willie Mack

Brian Cage hits a discus lariat on Willie Mack to get the pinfall victory.

Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Rocky Romero to retain the NJPW World Television Championship

Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Rocky Romero via submission.

Action Andretti and Darius Martin defeated The Workhorsemen

Action Andretti got the pinfall on Anthony Henry to get the victory for his team.

Kip Sabian, Butcher, and the Blade defeated Shogun, Bryce Saturn, and Jacob Austin Young

This was a quick squash match that saw Butcher get the pinfall victory on Jacob Austin Young

Komander, El Hijo Del Vikingo, and Bandido defeated Angelico, Serpentico, and Jack Cartwheel

El Hijo Del Vikingo hits a 630 splash on Jack Cartwheel to secure the pinfall victory for his team.

Katsuyori Shibata defeated Alex Coughlin to retain the Ring of Honor Pure Championship

Katsuyori Shibata hits the PK on Alex Coughlin to remain champion.

Athena defeated Kiera Hogan to retain the Ring of Honor Women’s World Championship

Athena got a surprise roll up on Kiera Hogan to keep her championship in a great main event. Kiera Hogan attacked Athena following the match at ringside, and the two women had to be separated as Ring of Honor goes off the air.


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