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Ring Of Honor Results (8/3/23): TV Championship Eliminator Tournament Continues

Ring of Honor Results – August 3, 2023

Ring of Honor Wrestling on HonorClub kicks off with a semi-final match in the ROH World TV Title Eliminator Tournament.

Shane Taylor defeated Christopher Daniels in an ROH World TV Championship Eliminator Tournament semi-final match

  • Shane Taylor hit the Marcus Garvey Driver on Christopher Daniels to move on to the finals of the tournament.

The Iron Savages are interviewed about losing their trios’ title match last week, but now they feel like they should get to challenge Aussie Open instead of the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Titles tonight. They request that they put the titles on the line tonight.

Aussie Open are backstage and say they are so confident that they won’t be dropping the titles tonight that they leave them with Tony Khan and Stokely Hathaway at the gorilla position.

Aussie Open defeated Iron Savages to retain the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Titles

  • Aussie Open hit Coriolis on Boulder to retain their tag team titles.

Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis collect their tag team titles from Tony Khan and take a picture with the owner of the company.

Is Samoa Joe ducking Dalton Castle?

We hear from Stokely Hathaway backstage. He says he appreciates all of the fan feedback regarding the ROH World TV Title Eliminator Tournament. Hathaway says he might do another one because if people want a shot at Samoa Joe’s title, they need to jump through some hoops first.

Stokely Hathaway is confronted by Dalton Castle and The Boys who accuse Hathaway of costing him his match at Death Before Dishonor. Hathaway says someone must have erased Castle’s name from Tony Khan’s notebook, but he’s gonna get to the bottom of it.

Castle insists that if he had Samoa Joe beat and if he got another shot he would beat him again. This brings Samoa Joe in who declares that in two weeks, it will be The Boys against Joe and Hathaway in a tag team match. Castle wants to know how this helps him and doesn’t know what just happened.

Katsuyori Shibata defeated Josh Woods (w/ Smart Mark Sterling) to retain the Ring of Honor Pure Championship

  • Katsuyori Shibata hits PK on Josh Woods to retain his championship.

Woods and Shibata shake hands after the match as Mark Sterling looks on upset that it happened.

Dalton Castle (w/ The Boys) defeated Zack Clayton

  • Dalton Castle hit the Bangarang on Zack Clayton to score the pinfall victory.

What’s next for Josh Woods?

We hear from Josh Woods backstage. He says he’s a four-time All-American, a collegiate national champion, and a former Ring of Honor Pure Champion. Woods then points out the fact that he’s lost his last three title matches in Ring of Honor and says something needs to change.

The Infantry defeated Nick Comorato and Jora Johl

  • The Infantry hit a double-team move on Jora Johl. Shawn Dean got the pinfall victory for his team.

Leyla Hirsch defeated Miranda Vionette

  • Maria Kanellis was seen scouting this matchup. Leyla Hirsch locks on the cross-arm breaker to win the match via submission.

Gravity defeated Tony Nese (w/ Smart Mark Sterling) in an ROH World TV Championship Eliminator Tournament semi-final match

  • Gravity hits a diving splash on Tony Nese to score the pinfall victory.

Shane Taylor will face Gravity in the finals of the Ring of Honor World TV Title Eliminator Tournament

Athena defeated Diamante to retain the Ring of Honor Women’s World Championship

  • Athena managed to get a flipping rollup pin on Diamante to retain her championship.

Following the match, Athena chose not to attack Diamante.

Two-thirds of the Ring of Honor Six-Man Tag Team Champions The Gates of Agony (w/ Prince Nana) defeated The Boys

  • Toa Liona pinned one of The Boys to pick up the victory for his team.

Diamante is interviewed backstage and was asked if she knew why Athena didn’t attack her following her match. Athena interrupted and said if they wanted that question answered to just ask her. Athena says she sees something in Diamante and she reminds her of a younger version of herself. The champ says Diamante has what it takes but is missing something and she needs to go and figure out what that is.

Cole Karter defeated LSG

  • Cole Karter scores the pinfall victory on LSG while Maria Kanellis watches on from the stage.

Robyn Renegade (w/ Charlette Renegade) defeated Christina Marie

  • Robyn Renegade defeated Christina Marie via submission.

Komander and El Hijo del Vikingo defeated The Workhorsemen

  • El Hijo del Vikingo and Komander hit a double 450 splash on JD Drake. Vikingo scores the pinfall victory for his team.

Vikingo and Komander celebrate in the ring as Ring of Honor goes off the air.

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