We love getting live event reports in from our readers. Thanks to Dan, one of our site readers, for sending along the results from the Ring of Honor “Field of Honor” event that took place on August 27 at MCU Park in Brooklyn, NY. You can send live event reports in to me for any pro wrestling event to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ring of Honor “Field of Honor” Show, Brooklyn, NY at MCU Park
I’d say the stadium was roughly half full for the show. Worth saying that there was a huge line for NJPW talent autographs.
There were two dark matches:
- Leon St. Giovanni and Shakim Ali def. Joey Daddiego and someone who’s name I didn’t catch
- Taeler Hendrix def. Deonna Purrazzo. Hendrix continued to assault after the bell, so Mandy Leon ran out for the save.
Steve Corino was on color! So glad to see him back – he’s good.
- Kushida def. Dalton Castle (w/4!! Boys, not just the normal two). Kushida won with a roll-up.
- Bobby Fish (ROH TV Champion) def. Evil by submission
- Michael Elgin (c) def. Donovan Dijak in an IWGP Intercontinental Championship match. This was really good.
- The Briscoes def. War Machine, All Night Express, Toru Yano and Gedo, Cheeseburger and Will Ferrara, and Leon St. Augustine and Shakim Ali in a gauntlet match in order to earn a tag team championship match. Yano and Gedo first eliminated St. Augustine and Ali, then eliminated Ferrara and Cheeseburger. ANX sent Yano and Gedo to the showers. War Machine sent ANX packing, then the Briscoes knocked off War Machine to win.
- The Addiction (c) def. The Briscoes to retain the ROH Tag Team Championship. The Young Bucks ran out during this to attack The Addiction, but they ended up fighting with the Briscoes too. The distraction of the Bucks ended up leading to the pinfall.
- Yujiro Takahashi, The Young Bucks, and Hangman Page def. Lio Rush, ACH, and The Motor City Machine Guns in an eight man tag.
- Kyle O’Reilly def. Katsuyori Shibata. The end of this was weird. O’Reilly got Shibata in a submission, but I never actually saw Shibata tap out.
- Adam Cole (c) def. Jay Lethal, Hiroshi Tanahashi, and Tetsuya Naito to retain the ROH Championship in a four corners survival match.