ROH Wrestling Results
Originally aired September 3, 2021
Report by Colin Tessier for Wrestlezone.com
ROH Women’s Championship Tournament quarterfinal match: Trish Adora vs. Miranda Alize
A video package hypes up this semifinal match, as both competitors share their thoughts on the bout and preview their strategies. Alize and Adora briefly feel each other out, but the former exits the ring to gain some breathing room after a stiff blow. Alize avoids the Cattle Mutilation and gains the upper hand. She drives Adora into the corner, but the two women trade strikes.
Adora gets a two count with a pin attempt, but Alize hits a Lungblower for a two count of her own. A running forearm rocks Adora, but she rallies with two boots to the face. Alize gets a two count with a DDT, but Adora dumps her to the outside. The two women fight at ringside, and Alize tosses Adora into the barricade.
Back in the ring, the two competitors continue to exchange strikes. Adora hits a crossbody and kicks Alize’s arm. She locks in a choke, but Alize reaches the ropes. Alize traps Adora in a crossface, and Adora escapes by turning it into a pin attempt for a two count. Adora plants Alize with a Samoan drop for a two count of her own.
Alize escapes the Cattle Mutilation and rocks her with a right hand. A knee to the head, a cutter, and a drive-by kick floor Adora, and Alize locks in the Miranda Rights (crossface), leaving Adora no choice but to tap out.
Winner: Miranda Alize
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ROH Women’s Championship Tournament quarterfinal match: Rok-C vs. Angelina Love
In a pre-match promo, Angelina Love states that she’s injured, but it doesn’t matter because she has been wrestling longer than Rok-C has been alive. Love vows to teach her a lesson. Meanwhile, Rok-C looks back on her run through the tournament and admits that the odds are against her, given Love’s experience. She explains that she has to win, due to the the fans’ support leading up to this point.
The match starts, and Love is clearly favoring her wounded arm. Still, the former champion gains the upper hand early on and clotheslines Rok-C. “The Prodigy” rallies and takes Love down with an arm drag. She hits her signature moonsault knees. Love sends Rok-C crashing to the floor. She slams “The Prodigy” into the barricade at ringside.
After Love sends Rok-C shoulder-first into the ring post, she firmly takes control for a moment, but Rok-C plants her with a side Russian legsweep. Love pokes Rok-C in the eye, but the underdog dodges a Botox Injection. She rallies with a flurry of offense, but Love drops her with a DDT for a two count.
Rok-C locks in a Crossface, and the two competitors trade pin falls. “The Prodify” then locks in an arm-bar, and with Love’s wounded arm, she has to tap out.
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Miranda Alize stares Rok-C down after the match; they’ll face off in the finals at ROH Death Before Dishonor.
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