Ring of Honor Wrestling on Destination America
November 25, 2015
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Commentary: Kevin Kelly, Nigel McGuinness
Recap by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.com

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

MOOSE w/Stokely Hathaway def. Dominick Carter by pinfall with the Hit Stick. Commentary notes that MOOSE beat his guy quicker than Michael Elgin did his guy last week.

Afterwards, Stokely cuts a promo saying that MOOSE is coming for Jay Lethal and the ROH World Title. This brings out Elgin to the ring and he says that MOOSE has to go through him to get to Lethal and the ROH World Title. MOOSE & Elgin have a staredown, until Truth Martini & The House of Truth interrupt. Martini rips on Elgin & MOOSE and challenges them to a match against Dijak and Diesel. Elgin says he’ll go through them, then take Martini’s side piece, Taeler Hendrix, to a motel after the show. This leads to….

“Unbreakable” Michael Elgin & MOOSE w/Stokely Hathaway def. The House of Truth (Donovan Dijak & J. Diesel) w/Truth Martini & Taeler Hendrix by pinfall when MOOSE pinned Diesel with the Hit Stick as Elgin was about to finish off Diesel after the Buckle Bomb.

Elgin & MOOSE have another staredown afterwards.

Story Time with Adam Cole vignette on last week’s ROH Tag Title match with the Kingdom retaining their titles and their upcoming title defense against War Machine at Final Battle.

Video package on the Jay Lethal-Roderick Strong series of matches this summer over the ROH World Title, leading to their TV Title match tonight.

BJ Whitmer & Adam Page interrupt before the main event, ripping on Steve Corino. Matchmaker Nigel McGuinness leaves commentary and tells Whitmer and Page that because of their actions to Corino, they will not be part of Final Battle. Whitmer & Page are left fuming.

Main Event for the ROH TV Title: “Mr. ROH” Roderick Strong def. “The First Generation Wrestler” Jay Lethal (c) w/Truth Martini & Taeler Hendrix to win the title by submission with the Strong Hold.

Strong celebrates his title win as the show closes.