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Ring of Honor's 16th Anniversary PPV Results  

ROH Celebrated 16 years on PPV.

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News 11 Mar 2018, 00:33 IST
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ROH Celebrated their 16th Anniversary!

On March 9th, 2018, Ring of Honor returned to Las Vegas, NV to celebrate their 16th Anniversary on PPV. The card had multiple title matches lined up. The show was headlined by Dalton Castle who defended his Ring of Honor World Championship against Jay Lethal.

Also on the card were the likes of the Young Bucks and Adam Page, who put their Six-Man Tag Team Championships on the line against Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky. Bullet Club members Cody and Marty Scrull had matches as well; the former facing Matt Taven, while the latter faced Punishment Martinez.

The Women of Honor Tournament continued, and a surprise return by former Ring of Honor World Champion Austin Aries. Here are the results of the show.

Sumie Sakai def. Hana Kimura (Women of Honor Tournament)

Tenille Dashwood def. Brandi Rhodes (Women of Honor Tournament)

Hiromu Takahashi def. Flip Gordon

Marty Scurll def. Punishment Martinez

Kenny King def. Silas Young (ROH TV Title/Kenny King Retained)

Austin Aries showed up after the match to talk to Kenny King and tell him that he's never won the TV Title.

SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) def. Hung Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson, Adam Page) (Street Fight/Six Man Tag Titles/SoCal Uncensored are new Champions)

Cody def. Matt Taven

Kenny Omega, dressed as the Drug-Free Bear, attacked Cody after the match

The Briscoes def MCMG (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) (ROH Tag Titles/Jay and Mark are now 9-time Champions)

Dalton Castle def. Jay Lethal (ROH World Title/Dalton Retained)

Marty Scrull came out after the match to have a stare off with Dalton to end the show.

A very interesting PPV. Multiple new champions and Ring of Honor sets up more matches coming soon. Cody and Kenny Omega continue their feud leading up to their match at Supercard of Honor.

Austin Aries returned, and it looks like he might be winning another title at some point.

Lastly, Marty Scrull staring at the world title could lead to a possible title change later on.

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