It was an incredible two days for the dastardly trio of Villain Enterprises as they made their mark on Ring of Honor‘s landscape, issuing a statement in the world title picture and leaving Las Vegas with not one but two sets of titles.
On Friday night, at 17th Anniversary, Brody King and PCO ended the 91-day and record 10th reign as ROH tag team champions for Jay and Mark Briscoe. The two teams battled in a no holds barred Las Vegas street fight main event which featured some insane spots with tables, chairs, apron bumps and blood, lots and lots of blood. With both champions and challengers wearing crimson masks by night’s end, the finish came when King placed a chair over Mark Briscoe before PCO moonsaulted on top of him for the pinfall. Villain Enterprises received the match after winning the recent Tag Wars tournament and this marked the stable’s first title since uniting in December.
They wouldn’t have to wait long for their second. Less than 24 hours after King and PCO won the tag team titles, they teamed with VE leader, Marty Scurll and challenged for the Kingdom (Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia and TK O’Ryan)’s World 6-Man Tag Team Championships. While details for the match haven’t been reported, what is known is that Villain Enterprises were victorious, capturing their second set of belts from the weekend. In a post-match promo, King and PCO were draped shoulder to shoulder in their two titles while Scurll commented on how he felt just a little unbalanced with only one championship. But Scurll and the rest of the crowd, who chanted “next world champ,” clearly agreed that Scurll’s balance would be restored soon enough, as he is set to challenge for the world title in a triple threat ladder match, an opportunity afforded by his victory in Survival of the Fittest, at the G1 Supercard in April.
Meanwhile, King and PCO are booked in a champion vs champion match against Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa), the current IWGP champions from New Japan Pro Wrestling, at the same event. It is unknown as of right now, what the 6-Man champions will be up to at the Supercard.
Huge @MartyScurll chants rn.? Says he's feeling a little unbalanced without two belts. "Next world champ" chants from the crowd. Also, mad love/respect for @PCOisNotHuman rn. ?And @Brodyxking getting cheered for winning two belts with a broken hand.?@ringofhonor #ROH17 #ROH pic.twitter.com/31oquZUoS6
— Denise Salcedo ⚡️ ? (@_denisesalcedo) March 17, 2019
The 6-man victory marks Scurll’s second title in ROH, his first being the TV title which he won immediately after his debut. It is also the third title currently in Scurll’s possession as he is the Chilean National Undisputed Champion and alongside King, the World Series Wrestling tag team champion. For both King and PCO, this is their first ROH gold. King, as mentioned, is also one half of the WSW tag champs and PCO is the Game Changer Wrestling Extreme Champion. All three members of Villain Enterprises currently hold three titles.
Without the Elite and Bullet Club as backup, Scurll recruited PCO and King as Villain Enterprises and so far, the stable has been nearly unstoppable. With Scurll set for a world title match and King and PCO looking for a shot at IWGP gold, the trio could leave Madison Garden with quite the load. As one of ROH’s focal points of late, that would not be all that surprising of an outcome.