Two title changes highlighted Ring of Honor's “Reach for the Sky” tour of the United Kingdom this past weekend.
On the first night of the tour, in Liverpool, Will Ospreay defeated Bobby Fish to win the TV Title. Two nights later, in London, fellow Brit Marty Scurll defeated his countryman Ospreay to become the new champion. Ospreay and Scurll both signed exclusive contracts with ROH earlier this month.
ROH posted a video on its Twitter account of Scurll first being announced as TV champion:
Here are all the results:
Friday, Novermber 18, Liverpool
Lio Rush def. Frankie Kazarian.
Donovan Dijak def. Joe Hendry.
Jay White def. Christopher Daniels.
Jay Lethal def. Chris Sabin.
Marty Scurll def. Dalton Castle.
Will Ospreay def. Bobby Fish to win the ROH TV Title.
Kyle O'Reilly, Jay Briscoe & Mark Briscoe def. the Bullet Club (Adam Cole, Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson).
Saturday, November 19, Leicester
Jay White def. Joe Hendry.
Jay Lethal def. Alex Shelley.
Donovan Dijak def. Lio Rush.
reDRagon def. the Briscoe Brothers.
The Addiction def. Dalton Castle & Delirious.
Adam Cole def. Chris Sabin to retain the ROH World Title.
The Young Bucks def. Marty Scurll & Will Ospreay to retain the ROH World Tag Titles.
Sunday, November 20, London
Dalton Castle def. Lio Rush.
Motor City Machine Guns def. The Addiction.
Jay White def. Donovan Dijak.
The Briscoe Brothers def. the Young Bucks in a non-title match.
Kyle O'Reilly def. Travis Banks.
Marty Scurll def. Will Ospreay to win the ROH TV Title.
Adam Cole def. Jay Lethal to retain the ROH World Title.