5/18 Ring of Honor TV Results – Aftermath of Border Wars iPPV; ROH vs. NOAH Continues

Mike Killam

Ring of Honor TV
Air Date: 5/18/13

-Steve Corino joins Kevin Kelly on commentary, following the aftermath of the Border Wars iPPV. 

(1) Mark Briscoe def. Colin Delaney

The former WWE/ECW star gets very little offense in the match, and Mark puts him away with Redneck Kung Fu, followed by a flying elbow drop off the top rope. 

-Nigel McGuinness announces that Mark Briscoe will get a shot at his brother Jay and the World title at the upcoming Best in the World iPPV. The American Wolves interrupt the Briscoes and David Richards claims the two of them put the World title on the map, and they should be next in line. 

-Steve Corino cuts all of them off, and announces that he is using SCUM's World title opportunity to give Matt Hardy a Championship match on whoever is the champion after Best in the World. The Wolves and the Briscoes brawl, and Michael Elgin (also a contender) comes out to stare down the champ. 

-Veda Scott demands a match with MsChif to prove she's more than a journalist. 

(2) Cherry Bomb def. MsChif

This is actually a very back-and-forth match, with MsChif using the ropes a bunch and being aggressive, but Cherry getting a ton of pin attempts and even locking in a Last Chancery at one point. Veda Scott distracts MsChif at the end, and Cherry puts her away with a missile dropkick and a Northern Lights Driver.

-Kevin Steen wants a shot at the World title, but Nigel questions whether he's still with SCUM. Steen demands to face every member of SCUM one-on-one, and when he destroys the entire faction, he will have proved he is worthy of the World title again. 

(3) Taiji Ishimori def. Roderick Strong

The crowd loves Roderick as per usual, but Ishimori is way more over as a newcomer. Incredible, fast-paced match with both guys hitting tons of counters, power moves, and taking more damage than any sane man should in a wrestling match. Finish comes when Ishimori literally leaps out of a vertical suplex and superkicks Strong. He heads up to the top rope for the 450 Splash, but Roderick gets up and tries fora  superplex; Ishimori kicks him off and lands the 450 Splash for the win. 

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