WEEKLY OVERVIEW – ROH (thru 8/15): Top stories of week, major show lineups, live event results, schedule of live events, noteworthy social media posts, more


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The following article is part of our Weekly Overview Series to help put in perspective major wrestling promotions with a weekly overview, looking at news and roster developments, results, future line-ups, social media activity, key interviews, plus a timely commentary at the end. We will be featuring similar features on other promotions each week and each will be updated weekly.

Top Stories of the Week

– Matt Taven talked with wrestlinginc.com about literally everyone criticizing the decision ROH made in making him the ROH World Champion. As well as, the status of the company in the four months of his reign.
– The Honor for All show on August 25th in Nashville, TN has had two matches announced. See the up-to-date card below.

Live Event Results

ROH Summer Supercard
Mattamy Athletic Centre
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 7:30 p.m.

Villain Enterprises (PCO & Brody King) defeated The Kingdom (TK O’Ryan & Vinny Marseglia) at 12:22
Marty Scurll defeated PJ Black at 15:16
Lifeblood (Mark Haskins & Bandido) defeated Jay Lethal & Jonathan Gresham via submission at 10:42
Kelly Klein (c) defeated Tasha Steelz at 13:10 to retain the WOH World Championship
Rush defeated Dalton Castle at 19:55
Shane Taylor (c) defeated Tracey Williams at 11:14 to retain the ROH World Television Championship
Carístico, Soberano Jr. and Stuka Jr. defeated Bárbaro Cavernario, Hechicero and Templario at 16:42
Matt Taven (c) defeated Alex Shelly at 14:32 to retain the ROH World Championship
The Briscoes (c) defeated G.O.D at 22:45 to retain the ROH World Tag Team Championship

Upcoming Major Show(s)

ROH Honor for All
August 25, 2019
Nashville, Tenn. at the Nashville Fairgrounds Arena

The Briscoes (c) vs. The Rock n’ Roll Express for the ROH World Tag Team Championships
Villain Enterprises (c) vs. Lifeblood for the ROH World Three Man Tag Team Championships

Upcoming Events

ROH Honor for All (Live Event) 8/25/19 in Nashville, TN at the Nashville Fairgrounds Arena
ROH Live (Live Event) 9/6/19 in Dearborn, MI at Ford Community Center
ROH Live (Live Event) 9/7/19 in Chicago, IL at Odeum Expo Center
ROH Live (Live Event) 9/8/19 in Milwaukee, WI at Potawatomi Casino
Death Before Dishonor (PPV) 9/27/19 in Las Vegas, NV at Sam’s Town Live
Death Before Dishonor (TV Tapping) 9/28/19 in Las Vegas, NV at Sam’s Town Live
ROH Honor United (Live Event) 10/25/19 in London, UK at York Hall
ROH Honor United (Live Event) 10/26/19 in Newport, UK at The Newport Centre
ROH Honor United (Live Event) 10/27/19 in Bolton, UK at the Bolton Whites Hotel UK

All current live events are located on rohwrestling.com

Latest TV Highlights: 8/11/19 ROH Wrestling

ROH TV Results
August 11, 2019
New York, N.Y. at Hammerstein Ballroom
Airing on Sinclair Networks and ROHWrestling.com

The show opened with A LOT of video packages. The main one being of Rhett Titus. This package was a cliff notes of his career a of 2011. This really helped to build the upcoming Kenny King & Rhett Titus feud.
Soldiers of Savagery defeated Corey Hyena Hexx (Great Name BTW) & Geddy Cahoon at 0:45
PJ Black & Lifeblood defeated Villain Enterprises at 17:39

Read Harley R. Pageot’s full report HERE.

Social Media Scene

Below is this week’s round-up of social media posts from ROH personalities.

Classic, I know 100 percent who is going to win ROH match


If I had a nickel for every time I’ve misplaced my melon baller, I swear I’d have roughly $3.

— Dalton Castle (@theDALTONcastle) August 15, 2019

This is an odd way to title this type of match

Closing Commentary

Well Summer Supercard was more disappointing than I thought it would be, and I had low expectations. The Marty and PJ Black mask was a nice surprise. Of course the Briscoes and G.O.D match was a great bloodbath.

But the rest of the card felt like a rehash of the past four months, or worse. I was critical of the Alex Shelly move, not him coming back to ROH, that’s great. Just the hot shot of him getting a title shot. There was almost no build and you know a made guy like Taven is not going to drop his title to a guy who hasn’t wrestled in over a year. ROH is a lot of things, but it’s not WWE.

Overall the show was extremely forgetful. Like most ROH shows have been. But, past shows have had some really memorable moments to save the show. This card however just felt like a house shows with a death match at the end.

Tyler has been a wrestling fan for 20 years. He’s from Columbus, Ohio. His Twitter account is @ringoftyler and he hosts a podcast over at @tandbwrestling.

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