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ROH on Sinclair Results - 4/6/13 (reDRagon vs. Forever Hooligans)

ROH on Sinclair Results 4/6/13

Ring of Honor Wrestling on Sinclair
April 6, 2013
Chicago Ridge, Illinois (Frontier Fieldhouse)
Commentators: Kevin Kelly and Caleb Seltzer
Report by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.com

We see the usual intro, then Kevin Kelly & Caleb Seltzer welcome us to the show. They hype up tonight's main event for the ROH Tag Team Titles, plus the Women of Honor in a 4-way match. We then go to the opening match.

"Rock & Roll" Mike Sydal & Adam Page vs. "The Last Hero" ACH & "T.D." Tadarius Thomas

All 4 adhere to the Code of Honor before the bell sounds. Sydal & ACH will start things off. ACH with a snapmare into a headlock. Sydal counters, then ACH with a waistlock. Sydal backs up to the corner, then tags in Page. Double whip, followed by a double hiptoss. Page with a running boot, followed by a standing shooting star press for a nearfall. Blind tag by Thomas as ACH with a stunner, followed by Thomas with a kick to the chest. Page favoring his wrist, then Thomas with some Capoeira kicks to Page. Tag to ACH who hits a chop. Thomas back in and they hit an inverted atomic drop/Slingblade combo for a nearfall. Reversal of a whip, but Thomas with a back suplex for another nearfall. Page reverses a whip and hits a powerslam, but is again favoring his wrist. Sydal tagged in and he hits dropkicks to ACH & Thomas. Matrix move, followed by a neckbreaker on ACH. Sydal with another Matrix move, but Thomas blocks a cutter attempt. Sydal then with a wheelbarrow bulldog. Dropkick to ACH sends him to the outside, then Sydal with a top rope moonsault onto him on the outside. Back in the ring, Sydal with a pin, but Thomas breaks it up. Page comes in, but he is sent to the outside. Indian Deathlock with a bridge by Sydal, but Thomas breaks it up.

Enziguri by Thomas, followed by ACH's Big Bang Attack for the victory.

Winners: "The Last Hero" ACH & "T.D." Tadarius Thomas by pinfall (ACH's Big Bang Attack)

All 4 again adhere to the Code of Honor and raise each other's hands before we go backstage.

Backstage, Veda Scott is with MsChif and asks her about tonight's 4 Way match. Truth Martini & Scarlett interrupt as Martini says he likes MsChif's style, so will she become a Hoopla Hottie? MsChif says she has no desire to be a part of Truth's "ho-hey" gang, so get out of her way, because she has a match to win. Scarlett says to Truth to not be upset because MsChif isn't hot enough anyway. Truth says that Scarlett is the 4th person in the 4-Way match. Truth says something to Scarlett that makes her cry, then says the tears of a woman turn him on before we go to commercial.

Commercial

Back from commercial, its time for the Women of Honor as Veda Scott joins the commentary table.

4-Way Women of Honor Match: Scarlett Bordeaux vs. Cherry Bomb vs. "The Wrestling Goddess" Athena vs. "Your Soul's Tormentor" MsChif

This is Scarlett & Cherry Bomb's ROH debuts. All 4 adhere to the Code of Honor before the bell sounds. MsChif & Athena will start. MsChif with strikes, but Athena with a headscissors takeover. Cherry Bomb tags in and works on the arm, but Athena with some agility to get out. Athena with an armdrag, followed by a roll-up for a nearfall. Cherry Bomb with an inside cradle for a nearfall. Cherry Bomb with a dropkick, then MsChif tags in. MsChif with a facebuster for a nearfall. Cherry Bomb with a jawbreaker, but MsChif stops her from making a tag. MsChif scares Scarlett with her infamous scream, but Cherry Bomb with a roll-up for a nearfall. Athena is tagged in and she hits a springboard crossbody. Athena with a handspring forearm in the corner, but Scarlett tags herself in. Scarlett with forearms, but they have no effect on MsChif. MsChif answers with forearms of her own, followed by the running Panic Attack. Athena breaks up the pinfall, allowing Cherry Bomb to tag in as MsChif argues with Athena. MsChif with a Northern Lights Suplex, but again Athena breaks up the pinfall. Cherry Bomb stops Athena on the ropes, then MsChif stops them both and we get a Tower of Doom out of the corner. Scarlett with a cover on MsChif, then Cherry, then Athena, but all of them kick-out. Scarlett runs into MsChif, who drills her with a sit-out chokebomb. Scarlett is sent to the floor, but Cherry Bomb hits MsChif with a missile dropkick off the top.

Then, Athena hits Cherry with the O-Face off the top for the victory.

Winner: "The Wrestling Goddess" Athena by pinfall (The O-Face)

Athena celebrates her win, then Veda Scott goes into the ring to get a word with MsChif. Veda says that since MsChif has been back in ROH, she's been undefeated until tonight, does she plan on changing her strategy? MsChif does not answer, then Veda asks what happened tonight? MsChif shakes her head and goes to leave, but Veda stops her. MsChif then nails Veda with the green mist to the eyes and leaves as Veda is in pain from taking the mist to the eyes as she is squirming around the ring. Referees rush out to attend to Veda and put a towel on her eyes as we go to commercial.

Commercial

"Inside Ring of Honor"

Kevin Kelly 1st apologizes for Steve Corino taking over Inside ROH last week as Inside ROH. Kelly talks about tonight's ROH Tag Team Title match between the champs reDRagon and challengers the Forever Hooligans. Kelly talks about the Forever Hooligans being former IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champions last year. We go to comments from the champions.

Kyle O'Reilly says that while the Forever Hooligans are a great team, tonight, they face ReDRagon. We have a striking expert in Bobby Fish, a submission specialist in myself, we are masters of multiple disciplines and we look damn good doing it. Bobby Fish says that the Forever Hooligans have bad luck because tonight, the Forever Hooligans run into the Forever Champions.

Commercial

Back from commercial, we go to our next match.

Pepper Parks vs. "The Messiah of the Backbreaker" Roderick Strong

Code of Honor adhered to as the bell sounds. Parks works on the arm, but Strong takes him down. Strong now works on Parks' arm, but Parks counters out. Strong with a cartwheel, but Parks with some chops. Strong then avoids a charge in the corner and catches Parks with a leg lariat. Strong stomps away, then dishes out some of his infamously hard chops. Parks blocks a hiptoss and hits a neckbreaker for a nearfall. Strong fights back with kicks, then avoids a charge and hits another chop. Parks runs into an elbow by Strong, who peppers him, no pun intended, with some more stinging chops. Strong now catches Parks with a boot, followed by an enziguri and finally a belly-to-back suplex into a neckbreaker for a nearfall. Both go to the apron as Parks blocks a Strong backbreaker attempt. Exchange of strikes on the apron until Parks drills Strong with a knee to the face. Back in the ring, Parks gains a nearfall. Strong then comes back by slipping off Parks' back and rolling him up for a nearfall. Strong with a superkick to Parks while he was on his knees for another nearfall. Strong with a running knee in the corner, then places Parks on the turnbuckles. Parks fights out and knocks Strong off, not once, but twice. Parks hits the Pepper Shaker (Top Rope Neckbreaker) for a close nearfall. Crowd chants for Strong as he comes back with a leaping knee.

Strong hits the Death by Roderick, then locks Parks in the Strong Hold, leaving Parks with no choice but to tap-out.

Winner: "The Messiah of the Backbreaker" Roderick Strong by submission (Strong Hold)

Adherence to the Code of Honor by both men after the match as we go to commercial.

Commercial

Back from commercial, its time for our main event as the American Wolves join the commentary table.

The Forever Hooligans (Rocky Romero & Alex Koslov) vs. reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly) (c's)

All 4 men adhere to the Code of Honor before the bell sounds. O'Reilly & Koslov will start things off. Side headlock by Koslov, followed by a shoulder tackle. Exchange of leapfrogs until Koslov stops O'Reilly in his tracks. Koslov tries to start a "Russia" chant, but O'Reilly with a kick. Koslov with a dropkick to the knee, then to the head. Tag to Romero as the Hooligans with an inverted atomic drop/neckbreaker combo for a nearfall. O'Reilly with a jawbreaker, then tags in Fish. Exchange of forearms until Romero with an eye poke. Romero slides under Fish's legs and connects with a rana. Fish comes back with some kicks, but Romero with an uppercut. Fish tries to leapfrog, but Romero catches his leg and takes him down. Romero does some dancing, then tags in Koslov. Romero with a series of clotheslines, but Koslov gets mad at him for doing so many. Shoving match ensues as it looks like the Hooligans are about to implode. But instead, they decide to hug it out. O'Reilly comes in to break up the love fest, but the Hooligans catch him with a double hiptoss. Fish comes in, but he gets a double back elbow. Romero runs into a boot by Fish, then Koslov is sent to the apron. Fish charges, but Koslov pulls the rope down and Fish goes sailing to the outside. O'Reilly with a running kick to Koslov, then catches Romero and dragon screws his leg in the ropes. Fish sends Koslov to the barricade, allowing O'Reilly to hit his running dropkick off the apron. Back in the ring, Fish gains a nearfall. Fish with a front kick, followed by a knee, a snapmare and a slingshot senton for a nearfall. Koslov tries to fight back, but Fish with a snap suplex. Tag to O'Reilly, who snapmares Koslov and kicks him in the back as we go to commercial.

Commercial

Back from commercial as O'Reilly with a snap suplex on Koslov for a nearfall. Tag to Fish, who knocks Romero off the apron. ReDRagon with a Fish charging forearm, O'Reilly running knee strike, tilt-a-whirl backbreaker/2nd rope knee drop series for a nearfall. Tag to Fish, who hits a back suplex for another nearfall. Tag to O'Reilly, but Koslov begins to fight back. O'Reilly with forearms, but Koslov catches him with a leaping DDT.

Tags on both sides as Romero with a series of clotheslines to both of reDRagon. Romero is all fired up as he leaps off Fish's back and clotheslines O'Reilly to the outside. Fish with a gut kick, but then Romero with a fake-out move, placing himself in the ropes. Fish charges and Romero side-steps him, sending Fish to the outside. Romero with a head of steam and takes out reDRagon with a tope suicida. Fish is sent back in and Romero tags in Koslov. Romero with an STO, then Koslov leaps off his back with a splash for a nearfall. Koslov with a Russian Leg Sweep, then asks for the Russian Beret. Koslov does his dancing kicks to the head, followed by a double stomp to the head for a close nearfall. Romero knocks O'Reilly off the apron, then hits a running clothesline on Fish in the corner. Hooligans then hit Fish with a Battering Ram as Romero uses his knees to bash the face in of Fish. Koslov lifts up Fish for a double team, but O'Reilly with a boot to Romero on the apron. O'Reilly misses a clothesline and Koslov with an enziguri. Fish misses a head kick and the Hooligans hit the Doomsday Device with Romero hitting a knee instead of a clothesline, but O'Reilly breaks up the pinfall. O'Reilly with a leaping knee, followed by a rolling elbow to Koslov. Romero with a back kick to O'Reilly, then some open-hand slaps to Fish. Fish catches him with a big head kick and all 4 are down. Tags to both sides as Romero & O'Reilly exchange of forearms with Romero getting the advantage. O'Reilly comes back with his series of strikes, but Romero avoids the leg sweep. Romero with a leaping knee, but O'Reilly with a Regalplex, however Koslov breaks it up. Koslov with forearms to both of reDRagon, but they come back with a Fish savate kick and an O'Reilly stomp to the head. Fish with a kick to the chest, followed by an O'Reilly running boot to the head. ReDRagon hits Total Elimination on Romero, but Romero somehow is able to kick-out.

ReDRagon then hits Chasing the Dragon on Romero to retain the titles.

Winners and STILL ROH Tag Team Champions: reDRagon by pinfall (Chasing the Dragon)

reDRagon celebrates their title retention as we go to credits.