Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling- War of the Worlds 2017 Dearborn, Michigan

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By Luke Dorsch @Luke_Dorsch

The second stop on the War of the Worlds tour is the Ford Community Arts Center in Dearborn, MI leading to the big pay per view at the Hammerstein Ballroom this Friday night in New York and culminating in Philadelphia for the next set of ROH television tapings. Not everyone who worked the Toronto show earlier in the week was available for the Dearborn show, but regardless the venue was sold out and the crowd was electric.

Match 1

Dalton Castle w/ The Boys defeated Bobby Fish gaining a measure of revenge from the encounter last year

Match 2

Search and Destroy (Chris Sabin, Alex Shelly, and Jay White) defeated The Rebellion (Shane Taylor, Caprice Coleman, and Rhett Titus)

Match 3

“The Last Real Man” Silas Young defeated KUSHIDA

Match 4

Non-Title IWGP Tag Team Championship

Hanson and Rowe (War Machine) defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi and Jay Lethal after Lethal is hit with the Fall Out

Match 5

ROH 6 Man Tag Team Championship

Mark & Jay the Briscoe’s and Bully Ray (c) defeated Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL, Sanada, and BUSHI) after BUSHI was power bombed thru a table by Bully Ray

Match 6

Non-Title IWGP Intercontinental Championship

Tetsuya Naito (c) defeated Punishment Martinez with his somersault reverse DDT the “Destino”

Match 7

ROH TV Title Instant Reward Proving Ground Match

Cheeseburger defeated “The Heavy Metal Rebel” Frankie Kazarian, The Beer City Bruiser, Gedo, Vinny Marsegilia, Will Ferrera, Gedo, and “The Villain” Marty Scurll to earn an instant shot at the television championship

Match 8

ROH TV Title Match

“The Villain” Marty Scurll defeated Cheeseburger via submission with the chicken wing

Match 9

ROH World Championship Title

“Almighty” Christopher Daniels (c) defeated Matt Taven after nailing the Best Moon Salt Ever

Match 10 Main Event

CHAOS (Hirooki Goto, Will Osprey, Rocky Romero, and Trent Beretta) defeated The Bullet Club (The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes, and Hangman Page) after the “Aerial Assassin” pinned Nick Jackson

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