ROH TV Taping Spoilers: New Commentator, Heel Turns, Another Farewell, More

Ring Of Honor held a TV taping last night in Pittsburgh. The event taped four weeks of television, which should complete the build to the 15th Anniversary pay-per-view next month. 

ROH shook up it's commentary team, with Ian Riccaboni taking over as lead commentator after Kevin Kelly resigned from the company last month.

Here are the results from the taping.

--Bullet Club (Adam Cole & Hangman Page) def. The Addiction (Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian).
--John Skyler def. Sean Carr in the first round of the Top Prospect Tournament.
--Motor City Machine Guns NC Tempura Boyz.
--Marty Scurll def. Donovan Dijak to retain the ROH World TV Title.
--The Kingdom def. The Rebellion to retain the ROH Six Man Tag Titles.
--Brian Milonas def. Raphael King in the first round of the Top Prospect Tournament.
--Young Bucks def. Coast 2 Coast.
--Curt Stallion def. Preston Quinn in the first round of the ROH Top Prospect Tournament.
--Dalton Castle def. Jonathan Gresham.
--Punishment Martinez & BJ Whitmer def. War Machine in a No DQ match. Martinez turned on Whitmer after the match.
--Silas Young & Beer City Bruiser def. Cheeseburger & Will Ferrara.
--Josh Woods def. Chris Le Russo in the first round of the ROH Top Prospect Tournament.
--Kenny King def. Lio Rush. After the match, Shane Taylor came out apparently to save Rush from The Rebellion, then attacked Rush to join The Rebellion instead.
--Bullet Club (Cody Rhodes, Adam Cole, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) def. Jay Lethal, Bobby Fish, Mark Briscoe & Jay Briscoe. After the match, Daniels, who is on commentary and will challenge Cole for the ROH World Title at the 15th Anniversary, jumped Cole in the ring and teased cutting his hair. Kazarian came down to the ring, revealed a Bullet Club shirt, and attacked Daniels with the rest of Bullet Club.

Late Saturday night, Dijak tweeted out his farewell to ROH "for the foreseeable future."

Dijak would join a recent stream of departures and defections that has included Steve Corino and Nigel McGuinness, who both went to WWE; and Kyle O'Reilly, who could not come to terms on a new contract and currently is taking a break from wrestling.

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