The first set of new era Ring of Honor tapings took place at Universal Studios in Orlando Flordia on February 25th, 2023. These tapings along with the set taking place on February 26th will build to the Supercard of Honor event on March 31st. We have the full spoilers and results from the first set of ROH television tapings below. ROH commentators Ian Riccaboni and Caprice Coleman were on the call for the tapings.
The episodes will air Thursdays starting on March 2nd at 7 pm eastern on Honor Club.
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ROH Taping Spoilers and Results (2/25/23)
Mark Briscoe vs. Slim J
Seeing Mark Briscoe in an ROH ring always just feels right. He picked up a win over Slim J on the first set of tapings.
The Kingdom (Matt Taven and Mike Bennett) vs. The Infantry (Sean Dean and Carlie Bravo)
Although Matt Taven and Mike Bennett are now All Elite, they are well known for their time in ROH. They picked up a tag team win over The Infantry here.
NJPW Television Champion Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Blake Christian
ROH and NJPW had a working relationship for many years. The holder of the newest NJPW title belt Zach Sabre Jr. defeated Blake Christian here.
Konosuke Takeshita vs. Josh Woods
Konosuke Takeshita would fit into the new ROH landscape very well and picked up a win over long-time ROH competitor and former Pure Champion Josh Woods.
Ari Daivari vs. Gran Metalik
Gran Metalik has been getting some time on NJPW Strong but lost to Ari Daivari here.
Madison Rayne and Skye Blue vs. The Renegades
One of the newest AEW Women’s Division tag teams in Madison Rayne and Skye Blue picked up the win over The Renegades.
Willow Nightingale vs. Lady Frost
Former ROH Women’s Championship Challenger Willow Nightingale picked up the win here and laid out a challenge to current champion Athena.
ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli vs. AR Fox
Claudio Castagnoli retained here but was interrupted by Eddie Kingston. Kingston threatened to beat Clauido’s ass but Claudio left the ring without a word.
ROH TV Champion Samoa Joe vs. Tony Deppen
Samoa Joe retained over former ROH regular Tony Deppen. Joe asked for new challengers and Mark Briscoe answered, claiming the TV Title is his destiny.
Dalton Castle and The Boys vs. Cody Chhun, Guillermo Rosas & Marcus Kross
The longtime ROH roster members Dalton Castle and The Boys picked up the win here.
RUSH and Dralistico vs. Angelico and Serpentico
The team of RUSH and Dralistico picked up the win in tag team action.
Trish Adora defeated Billie Starkz
Former ROH Women’s Champion tournament contender Trish Adora picked up the win over Billie Starkz.
Ari Daivari and Slim J vs. Jake Crist and Manscout
After Ari Daivari and Slim J got the win, Gran Metalik came to the ring and attempted to take them on. He was outnumbered until Blake Christian came in to make the save.
ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta vs. Timothy Thatcher
This match was set up after Timothy Thatcher interrupted an in-ring promo earlier in the tapings between Wheeler Yuta and Ian Riccaboni. Yuta retained and cut a promo on the NJPW Dojo. Clark Connors interrupted and challenged Yuta to a match.
Aussie Open vs. Tracy Williams and Rhett Titus
Former Foundation members Tracey Williams and Rhett Titus returned to ROH but lost to Aussie Open.
Eddie Kingston vs. Ben Dejo
Eddie Kingston picked up the win here. Afterward, he called out Claudio Castagnoli for a title shot. Claudio responded saying Kingston has no honor and will never hold the title.
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This wraps up the first set of tapings for the new era of ROH. How do you feel about the ROH taping spoilers from night one?
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