Ring of Honor Wrestling on Destination America
November 18, 2015
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Commentary: Kevin Kelly, Nigel McGuinness
Recap by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.com

Show opens with Silas Young teaching the Boys how to change a tire.

We see the usual intro, then commentary welcomes us to the show. We go to the opening match.

War Machine (“The War Beard” Hanson & Raymond Rowe) def. “The Last Real Man” Silas Young & The Beer City Bruiser w/The Boys by pinfall when they pinned Bruiser with the Fallout.

Afterwards, Silas & The Bruiser send the Boys into one another and carry them to the back.

Video package on Steve Corino snapping and knocking out BJ Whitmer with a roll of quarters a few weeks back, leading to his suspension from commentary.

Matchmaker Nigel McGuinness introduces Corino, who comes to the ring. Nigel says he cannot reinstate Corino as a commentator, but can as a wrestler, so at Final Battle, its Corino vs. Whitmer, Fight Without Honor. Corino thanks Nigel, but then says he recently found out he has to have neck fusion surgery and that his career as a wrestler is over. If this is his last time in ROH, he thanks all the wrestlers and management and that he will always be an evil man.

Another vignette with Silas showing the Boys how to use a urinial.

Story Time with Adam Cole vignette talking about next week’s TV Title match between champion Jay Lethal and Roderick Strong.

“Unbreakable” Michael Elgin def. Keith Lee Davidson by pinfall with a clothesline.

Afterwards, Elgin cuts a promo saying he is coming for Jay Lethal and to regain the ROH World Title.

We see video from All Star Extravaganza VII when the Kingdom def. The Addiction and The Young Bucks to win the ROH Tag Titles.

Main Event for the ROH Tag Team Titles: The Kingdom (Matt Taven & Michael Bennett) (c’s) w/”The First Lady of ROH” Maria Kanellis def. The Addiction (“Almighty” Christopher Daniels & “Heavy Metal Rebel” Frankie Kazarian) w/Chris Sabin by pinfall to retain the titles when the masked KRD ran in and superkicked Kazarian, leading to Bennett spearing Kazarian for the win.

Kingdom celebrates their title retention, then stare down War Machine on the rampway, who will face them at Final Battle, as the show closes.