Ring of Honor Results (1/25): “Wrestling’s Finest” – Chris Hero Named the New #1 Contender, Kevin Steen vs. Kyle O’Reilly & More from Pittsburgh, PA

Mike Killam

Ring of HonorRing of Honor "Wrestling's Finest"
Jan. 25, 2014 – Pittsburgh, PA

Big thanks to my friend Theo Luzader for these results. Check out his new podcast on Twitter @LostFollowers

(1) The Decade (BJ Whitmer & Jimmy Jacobs def. Adrenaline Rush (ACH & Tadarius Thomas)

(2) ROH Top Prospects Tournament Finals
Hanson def. Raymond Rowe

(3) Mike Bennett def. The Romantic Touch. He was one of the participants in the Top Prospects tournament, but was eliminated in the first round. He's got a weird gimmick. 

(4) ROH World TV Championship Match
Tommaso Ciampa (c) def. Matt Taven & Jay Lethal

*Intermission*

(5) Cedric Alexander def. Andrew Everett. Another guy from the Top Prospects tournament. This was the first win for Alexander since breaking out from his C&C Wrestle Factory tag team. According to our live correspondent, "Alexander stole the show here. Kid is gonna be a star." This match was originally supposed to be Roderick Strong vs. Paul London, but first Strong was pulled from the show, and then London was held up because of travel issues due to weather. 

(6) Kevin Steen def. Kyle O'Reilly with the Sharpshooter. Cliff Compton tried to get involved but Steen won anyway. 

-After the match, Steen cut a promo on Compton, who then breaks through security and the two brawl in and around the ring. Compton ends up putting Steen through a table. 

-It was announced that in the next match, if Adam Cole gets pinned by anybody, they would receive a shot at the world championship. 

(7) 6-Man Tag Team Match
Chris Hero & Michael Elgin def. Adam Cole & Matt Hardy / The Briscoes.
The Briscoes were eliminated first. Hero ends up getting the pin on Cole after a blind tag, so he will get a title shot in the near future. 

-Hardy tries to attack Hero, but Elgin takes them out and throws Adam Cole into an elbow from Chris Hero. The two babyfaces shake hands, but there's some obvious tension between the two. Elgin promises to become a world champion, and that ends the night. 

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