Ring of Honor Death Before Dishonor results: New champions, Briscoes turn on Bully Ray, Cody defends World title @ringofhonor/Twitter

Ring of Honor Death Before Dishonor broadcast live on Friday, September 22, 2017 from Las Vegas, Nevada.

World Heavyweight Championship: Cody (c) def. Minoru Suzuki via pinfall

Cody attempted to make Suzuki kiss the ROH ring, but the challenger bit him. Suzuki locked in plenty of submission moves during this one, but Cody escaped each one unscathed. Cody reversed a sleeper into the Cross Rhodes for the pinfall.

After the match, Cody made him kiss the ring. Once Suzuki awoke, he attacked security and teased hitting ROH management.

Tag Team Championship: Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) def. Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) via pinfall

Motor City Machine Guns went head-to-head with the Young Bucks and came out on top for the first time in their Ring of Honor careers, winning the Tag Team championship from Nick and Matt Jackson.

The Bucks controlled most of the beginning of the match, before the two teams traded double-team move attempts.

After a referee bump, the Addiction hit the ring and took out both teams. The Bucks and MCMG fought off Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian to the outside. The teams hit a devastating double Indietaker on the outside to take out Daniels and Kazarian.

Back inside the ring, a reversal by MCMG set up a german suplex from the top rope and eventually a double team move for the pinfall victory.

Last Man Standing Match: “The Last Real Man of Wrestling” Silas Young def. Jay Lethal

Lethal whipped Young around and seemed to be in control. Beer City Bruiser hit the ring and set Lethal up on a table outside. He hit a frog slash through the table as Lethal moved out of the way. Both men fell off a ladder on the outside through a table, but Lethal was zip-tied to the ladder. Young answered the ten count for the win.

World Television Championship: Kenny King def. Kushida via pinfall

With his daughter in the crowd live at Ring of Honor’s Death Before Dishonor, Kenny King defeated Kushida with the Royal Flush to win the World Television title.

On the outside, Kushida attacked King with a diving attack off a chair, then hit a dive from the top rope to take the challenger out.

Kushida locked in a Kimura, but King lifted him with pure strength and worked his way out with a suplex.

The opponents went at each other in the ring, with Kushida and King trading elbows to the face from a kneeling position. Kushida ran off the ropes, then attempted a Hurricarana, but  King held him, brought him to his shoulders and connected with the Royal Flush for the win.

This is King’s first single’s title in Ring of Honor.

Six Man Championship: Bullet Club (Adam Page and the Young Bucks) (c) def. Bully Ray and the Briscoe (Mark and Jay Briscoe) by pinfall

Jay Briscoe turned on Bully Ray, which opened the door for Page to get the pinfall.


Las Vegas Street Fight: Punishment Martinez def. Jay White via pinfall

Martinez choke slammed White on thumbtacks for the win.

Marty Scurll def. Chuck Taylor via submission

Six Man Championship No. 1 contender’s match: Bully Ray and the Briscoes (Mark and Jay Briscoe) def. The Kingdom (Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia and TK O’Ryan) via pinfall

The Kingdom got it going early, but the hot tag to Bully Ray helped the trio get the win. Bully and Mark hit the Doomsday Device for the win. Jay teased a heel turn, but hit TK and stormed off.

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