The Ring of Honor Wrestling television show has started a nice pattern where they show a few weeks of a huge event and then regular television tapings. After last night's "12 Anniversary" show, Ring of Honor Wrestling taped three weeks worth of shows in Philadelphia on Feb. 22. Here are the "Ring of Honor" television spoilers.
The first episode opened up with two men who impressed Ring of Honor in the 2014 Top Prospects tournament, Raymond Rowe and Hanson teaming up to wrestle a jobber tag team. The Top Prospects won the match and then Michael Elgin came out and put them over.
Kevin Steen came out and called out Cliff Compton after their match last night but Outlaw Inc came out and attacks Steen. Nigel McGuinness came out and booked a match between Steen and Homicide which ended when Eddie Kingston attacked. Compton ran in from the crowd and saved Steen.
After that, McGuinness announced that at "Supercard of Honor," Adam Cole will defend his ROH World Championship against Jay Lethal in "Ladder War V."
In the main event, Tomasso Ciampa beat Jay Lethal thanks to the referee getting distracted when Truth Martini attacked Matt Taven, who was on commentary.
The second episode saw an amazing six-man opening match with the Decade beating Adrenaline RUSH and Andrew Everett. Roderick Strong pinned Everett.
RD Evans beat Rhe Romantic Touch by count out and Cedric Alexander beat Adam Page.
In the main event, The Briscoe Brothers beat Adam Cole and Mike Bennett when Jay pinned Cole.
The third episode started with a four corners match that Silas Young won. ReDRagon beat Bullet Bob Evans and Cheeseburger in the second match.
The third show was highlighted by Michael Elgin taking on AJ Styles. They fought to a time limit draw, but when they wanted to continue, Adam Cole attacked them. Jay Briscoe and Kevin Steen came out for the save.
Ring of Honor Wrestling airs their television show on various Sinclair networks across the country on Saturdays.