ROH Best In The World Live Coverage – Jay Lethal Vs Jay Briscoe

Best In The World Live Coverage

We have ROH Best In The World live coverage.

Donovan Dijak Vs Mark Briscoe

ODB was with Briscoe and wearing heels. Truth Martini was with Dijak.

Early in the match, Dijak body slammed Briscoe from inside the ring to the floor outside. Outside the ring, Briscoe did a Blockbuster running off the apron and onto the mats on the outside. Before the move, he set up the Foley elbow, but Martini interfered, leading to ODB tearing the cover of the book of truth.

Back in the ring, Briscoe hit him with the elbow off the top rope for the win.

Winner: Mark Briscoe

Matt Sydal and ACH Vs The Decade

Adam Page pinned Matt Sydal with his Rite Of Passage. Sydal hit the Shooting Star on Page, but Page was pulled out by Colby Corino.

ACH did his Fosbury Flop dive to the outside, which is such a cool move.

Winner: The Decade

Silas Young Vs Dalton Castle

Castle has a pretty cool get-up with the Saturday Night Fever body suit and the the wings. Castle was on the top rope and Young shoved the referee into the ropes and Castle crotched himself. Castle then gave Young a school boy to win the match.

After the match, Young gave one of the two shirtless men that go to the ring with Castle a spinning TKO.

I think Castle must be a Patrick Swayze fan, taking Dalton from his character in Road House and Castle from Johnny Castle in Dirty Dancing.

Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander Vs Ray Rowe and Hanson

Alexander never tagged in. It was a short match and Rowe and Hanson hit Coleman with their finish.

Alexander was pissed, but didn’t turn on Coleman quite yet. He just said they were done.

Winner: Ray Rowe and Hanson

Moose Vs Michael Elgin Vs Roderick Strong

This is easily the best match of the show. The story was essentially that Strong had to be fast as he was having two matches. He’d do a big move on Moose, Elgin would come in and he’d have to fight off Elgin. He was like a pinball, but winning his share of the fight.

He superplexed Elgin and immediately went to the other side to do the same to Moose, who didn’t look to comfortable taking it.

Strong eventually pinned Moose with a gut buster after a running kick. Surprising to see Moose lose rather than Elgin.

Winner: Roderick Strong

After the match, Veda Scott slapped Moose for shaking hands with Strong after the match. Cedric Alexander came out after the match and knocked Moose out with a wrench.

Michael Bennett, Matt Taven, and Adam Cole Vs AJ Styles and the Young Bucks

I don’t even know how to write about this match. As you’d expect, it was a spot-fest and a half with so many things happening at once. But you had guys like AJ and Cole to tie everything together as best as they could.

Cole took the Indietaker from the Bucks and they gave him to Styles who hit the Styles Clash for the pinfall. At one point, Maria got on the ring apron and took kicks from all three Bullet Club members.

Winner: AJ Styles and the Young Bucks

Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly Vs Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian

Daniels came out looking like a general.

This was a no DQ match and the chair was the weapon of choice in the match.

Daniels looked to be out after they hit Chasing The Dragon on him and Kazarian was tied up in the ladder. But Chris Sabin interfered and pulled the referee out. It enabled Daniels and Kazarian to hit the Celeb Rehab on Fish.

There were some chair shots and teases of doing insane moves that they weren’t actually going to do and the crowd didn’t like that too much.

Winner: Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian

Jay Lethal Vs Jay Briscoe

They have a ton of time and started slow. Lots of stalling early on.

It definitely picked up and turned into a really good match. Briscoe hit Lethal with the Jay Driller on the table outside which was brutal. Lethal sold it big time. There were lots of crowd shots of both families.

Near the end, Lethal hit the Lethal Injection for a two count. Lethal had to go to the Jay Driller and then into the Lethal Injection and finally got the pin.

He celebrated like it truly meant the world to him and that made the whole thing. The match was good, though I wouldn’t say it was great. But what it meant to Lethal made it all worth it.

Winner: Jay Lethal

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