Quick results from Saturday night’s Glory By Honor event held at the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, LA and streamed live on HonorClub and FITE TV.
ROH Glory By Honor 2019 Results
Silas Young won a battle royal and advanced to challenge ROH World Champion Rush later in the show
Participants for the battle royal were The Bouncers, Kenny King, Joe Hendry, Rhett Titus, Big Daddy Yum Yum (CMLL), Coast 2 Coast, Cheeseburger, Brian Johnston, Josh Woods and Silas Young.
PCO defeated Dalton Castle in a Final Battle number one contender’s tournament semifinal match
After some more back and forth, PCO used a big moonsault to put Castle away.
Marty Scurll defeated Jay Lethal in a Final Battle number one contender’s tournament semifinal match
Scurll went for the chickenwing, but Lethal blocked and put Scurll into the figure-four, However, the match was over when Scurll finally locked in the chickenwing and got Lethal to tap.
ROH Television Champion Shane Taylor defeated J. Spade to retain his title
Taylor won with the spinning Greetings From 216 (Fire-Thunder driver) to put Spade away.
Kelly Klein defeated Angelina Love to win the Women of Honor World Championship
Klein powered out of Love’s anaconda clutch midway through and started ragdolling her around the ring with suplexes. Love missed a Botox Injection, and when Klein went for a K-Power, she accidentally knocked the referee out. Fans immediately started to boo, even before Mandy Leon entered the ring and started dancing with a chair.
Post-Match: The lights went out and Maria Manic came out and put Leon in a torture rack, then did the same to Love. Klein got back up, delivered K-Power and pinned Love to regain the Women of Honor championship.
ROH Tag Team Champions The Briscoes (Jay & Mark Briscoe) defeated Luke & PJ Hawx to retain their titles
Jay pinned Perry with a Jaydriller for the win.
Alex Shelley defeated Jonathan Gresham
Shelley pinned Gresham when Gresham went for an octopus hold.
Post-Match: Gresham threw a fit afterwards and shoved a staff member out of his chair ringside, grabbed the steel chair and brought it into the ring. Jay Lethal then came out and took the chair out of Gresham’s hands. He told him that him and Shelley just had one of the greatest matches se had seen and then things looked to be smoothed over.
LifeBlood (Mark Haskins and Tracy Williams) defeated Villains Enterprises (Brody King and Flip Gordon)
Gordon tried using a kendo stick and accidentally hit his partner. King and Williams hit a piledriver for the pin on Gordon.
Post-Match: Bully Ray came out and beat up LifeBlood. Gordon came back into the ring and gave his kendo stick to Bully Ray. He got tons of heat when he screamed “Do you know who I am?!”
ROH World Champion Rush defeated Silas Young to retain his title
Lanny Poffo joined the commentary team for this match.
Rush landed a superman punch and the Bull’s Horns for the emphatic victory.
After the match, they then cut to a video with someone that attacked the Kingdom backstage. Matt Taven and Vinny Marseglia came out. Taven demanded whomever attacked them to come out and face them. The lights then went out and they played footage of Taven and Marseglia before the show unpacking their gear from an SUV, then unpacking inside the venue. This was an angle to imply that someone is stalking Taven for devious reasons. The Kingdom then left.
PCO defeated Marty Scurll to win the Final Battle number one contender’s tournament
Flip Gordon came out during the match and kicked Scurll off the ropes, then Scurll hit PCO with the ROH Six-Man title for another two-count. PCO used his own lariat for two, then landed another moonsault for three.
Post-Match: Scurll grabbed the mic and said for three years, he has been trying to become ROH World Champion, and tonight PCO took that chance away from him. Scurll congratulated PCO. Scurll then went on to say that no one deserves more of a shot at the world title than PCO.
PCO will challenge Rush for the ROH World Championship at Final Battle in Baltimore.