ROH Supercard of Honor
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ROH Supercard Of Honor Results (4/1/22): FTR vs. The Briscoes, Bandido vs. Jonathan Gresham And More

ROH Supercard of Honor will kick off a new era for Ring of Honor, as it will be the first event under Tony Khan’s ownership.

The event will feature several title matches, including Jonathan Gresham vs. Bandido and FTR vs. The Briscoes.

The results are as follows:

Zero Hour (Pre-Show)

Colt Cabana vs. Blake Christian

The two competitors feel each other out early on. Christian gains the upper hand with some strikes. Cabana briefly grounds Christian, but “All Heart” fires back with a kick to the face. The veteran slams Christian to the mat outside the ring. Back in the ring, he continues to control the bout. “All Heart” fires up with a flurry of strikes and a springboard dropkick. Christian dives onto Cabana outside the ring and plants him with an inverted DDT. A springboard 450 splash earns Christian a two count. Cabana drills Christian with an elbow and slams him onto the turnbuckle with the Chicago Skyline for the win.

Winner: Colt Cabana

AQA vs. Miranda Alize

AQA vs. Miranda Alize lock up and battle for positioning. Some pin attempts and an arm drag give AQA an early advantage. A crossbody earns her another two count. Alize takes control with some stiff strikes in the corner. AQA gets another two count with a roll up and hits Alize with a dropkick.

The two women trade blows. AQA gets the better of Alize in the exchange and takes her down with a slingblade. Alize slams AQA to the mat. “The Lucha Baddie” locks in a crossface, but AQA turns it into a pin attempt to escape. AQA hits a Shooting Star Press for the win.

Winner: AQA

Backstage, The Foundation (Jonathan Gresham, Rhett Titus, and Josh Woods) preview their respective title matches and vow to preserve the foundation they’ve built.

Cheeseburger/Eli Isom vs. new Tully Blanchard clients

Tully Blanchard introduces his new clients, the Gates of Agony (Kaun and Toa Liona), as members of Tully Blanchard Enterprises.

Toa easily overpowers CB and Isom. Kaun tags in, and CB rallies until Toa trucks him over. Isom secretly tags in and takes the fight to both of his opponents. Kaun plants Isom with a gut-buster. Toa drills Isom with a spike to the throat for the win.

Winners: Gates of Agony (Kaun and Toa Liona)

After the match, Blanchard called Kaun and Toa two of the most dynamic wrestlers in the world and teases the reveal of the third member, which will come later tonight.

Dalton Castle vs. Joe Hendry

Castle offers a handshake, but Hendry refuses. The former tag team partners feel each other out early on. Hendry drops Castle with a shoulder block. Castle jogs around the ring with his boys. He quickly gets back into the ring and tries to get one over on Hendry. “The Prestigious One” dumps Castle to the floor and slams him into the barricade. He blasts Castle with a lariat and continues to maintain the advantage. Castle rocks Hendry with a kick to the face. The former ROH World Champion hits his opponent with more strikes. He takes him down with a hurricanrana onto the floor.

Castle suplexes Hendry twice, but “The Prestigious One” fires back with a slam of his own. Hendry dumps Castle to the mat. After two stiff blows, Castle gets the win with the Bang-a-rang.

Winner: Dalton Castle

In an interview backstage, ROH World Champion Bandido is standing with his new manager, Chavo Guerrero Jr., who states that Bandido never lost the title. Guerrero says he doesn’t work for AEW or ROH, he works for Bandido, and he wants to help him win by any means necessary. Bandido says he doesn’t want Guerrero to cheat, and the latter seemingly agrees to the terms before he drops a “Viva La Raza.”

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