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ROH Wrestling Results (12/21/20): Rhett Titus vs. Delirious

ROH Wrestling Results 

Aired December 21, 2020

Report by Colin Tessier for

Quinn McKay welcome viewers and previews the show.

Dalton Castle calls Brian Johnson “a rude little toad” who pushed him too far. He says Johnson disrespected him and threw a drink in his face. Castle says Johnson may not respect anyone in ROH, but he’ll beat some respect into him. Johnson says he’s tired of hearing about people who used to be great. “The Mecca” says everyone should be watching the show for him. He says people only see him as someone who’s angry and bitter. Johnson says Castle had his chance, but it’s his time now. Johnson vows to run through Castle and start a “Mecca-de of excellence.”

Brian Johnson vs. Dalton Castle

The bout is evenly matched at first, but Castle plants Johnson with a suplex. The former world champion uses his amateur background to ground Johnson. “The Mecca” dives onto Castle outside the ring and takes control of the match.

Johnson targets Castle’s arm and hits a single-arm DDT. “The Mecca” tries to steal the win by putting his feet on the ropes during a pin. Castle rolls him up for a two count. Johnson wrenches Castle’s shoulder and slams it into the mat. Castle rallies, but Johnson sling-shots his arm on the rope. Johnson has Castle on the ropes with a Tower of London, but Castle just barely kicks out. Castle plants “The Mecca” with a suplex. He rallies with another suplex and hits the Bang-a-rang for the win.

Winner: Dalton Castle

Backstage, Castle says he went out there and did what he does best. He says he’s really good at wrestling, and shuts people up. Castle says he’s been really angry because he’s been losing a lot lately. But he points out that he’s back on track.

In a video package, LSG says nobody expected him to go the distance with Jay Lethal a few weeks ago. He says he has finally earned his spot on the roster. He doesn’t have a problem with beating Kenny King to carve his own legacy. He states that King won’t rebound from his two consecutive losses by defeating him. Meanwhile, King says Shane Taylor beat him fair and square. King has been strategizing as to how to get back on the winning side of things. He refuses to accept his recent losses. King says he is everything LSG could hope to be, and then some.

In a video package, Rhett Titus says he is The Foundation. He says his life has revolved around the company for 15 years, and ROH has always come first for him. He says he’s had fortunes and failures in the company. Titus describes his growth as a person and as a wrestler. He vows to restore honor to Ring of Honor with The Foundation. He says he’s rewriting his heated history with Delirious. He says Delirious can’t outwrestle him in a Pure Rules Match.

Delirious looks back on his history with Titus and says he had won all of their singles matches. He compares their careers and their rigorous training. Delirious explains that he doesn’t want anyone to understand him. He looks back on how Titus was responsible for ending his full-time career. He says that he is dangerous, and he will always beat Titus.

Pure Rules Match: Rhett Titus vs. Delirious

Delirious takes the fight to Titus, and they exchange technical holds. Titus gains the upper hand, too. He grounds Delirious by targeting his arm. Titus is controlling the match early on, but Delirious briefly takes the advantage. Titus continues to ground him, but Delirious rallies with a flurry of offense. He hits a diving dropkick and locks in a Cobra Clutch, but Titus uses his second rope break to escape.

Delirious dodges a dropkick, showing that he knows all of Titus’ moves. He locks in the Cobra Clutch again, but Titus sends both men sprawling through the ropes. Delirious locks in a Cobra Clutch yet again, but Titus counters into a pin attempt for a two count. Titus perseveres and gets a near fall with a Perfect-Plex. He throws Delirious across the ring with a belly-to-belly suplex.

Delirious plants Titus with a Cobra Clutch Slam. But Titus counters a Cobra Clutch and hits a picture-perfect dropkick for the win.

Winner: Rhett Titus

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