Ring of Honor Best in the World Quick Results

Quick Results for Friday night’s Best in the World Pay-Per View held at the UMBC Event Center in Baltimore, MD.

ROH Best in the World 2019 Results

The Pay-Per View opened up with a Best in the World 2019 video package.

Dalton Castle defeated Dragon Lee

Castle performed the Bullhorns running dropkick on Lee for the win.

The Allure (Angelina Love and Mandy Leon) defeated ROH Women of Honor World Champion Kelly Klein and Jenny Rose.

Love pinned Klein after she was hit from behind with a high shoe after referee Earl was distracted by Velvet Sky.

Kenny King defeated Jay Lethal to win the Best of Three series.

King pinned Lethal clean after he hit him with his Royal Flush finisher.

Jonathan Gresham defeated Silas Young.

Gresham low-blowed Young (which generated a lot of boos) while referee Todd Sinclair had his back turned to fix the ring apron.  Gresham applied an Octopus, tapping out Young for the win. 

NWA World Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis and former Impact star Eli Drake fought The Briscoes (Jay and Mark) in a double count out. 

Both teams brawled around the UMBC Event Center and security eventually came out to break things up.

Shane Taylor pinned Bandido to retain the ROH Television Championship.

Taylor pinned Bandido with his finisher for the clean win.

Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, PCO, and Brody King) defeated Lifeblood members Mark Haskins, Tracy Williams, and PJ Black to retain the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championships.

Scurll performed a moonsault off of the top rope onto Black for the clean pin.  After the match it appeared Flip Gordon joined Lifeblood.  However, then Scurll appeared on the big screen introducing the newest member of Villain Enterprises in a swerve that ended up being Flip Gordon as the newest member of Villain Enterprises, in an apparent heel turn.  Gordon then performed a 450 splash from the top rope onto the floor through a table on Tracy Williams. The crowd went crazy for Gordon’s apparent heel turn. 

Matt Taven defeated Jeff Cobb to retain the ROH Championship.

Cobb attempted his Tour of the Islands finisher, but Taven avoided it and then hit his Climax finisher to pin Cobb clean for the win.