During Monday night's Ring of Honor show in Dearborn, Mich., as part of their "War of the Worlds" tour with New Japan talent, the Addiction of Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian managed to capture the ROH Tag Team Championship.
Shocker in Dearborn... We have *New* World Tag Team Champions the ADDICTION pic.twitter.com/dC6GHE3Ic9— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) May 10, 2016
The Addiction defeated War Machine to win the titles with what is described as a "dirty finish." Interestingly, this doesn't appear to have been an advertised match. The ROH website lists a non-title match between War Machine and Kazuchika Okada and Gedo for Monday's show in Dearborn.
Christopher Daniels was actually one-half of the inaugural ROH Tag Team Champions, along with Prophecy stablemate Donovan Morgan in 2002. Daniels captured his second ROH tag title with Matt Sydal in 2006. This is the second ROH title reign for the Addiction, with their first running from April to September of last year.
War Machine had held the titles for 143 days, winning them from The Kingdom of Matt Taven and Michael Bennett at Final Battle 2015. They had successfully defended the titles against the Briscoes at Sunday night's War of the Worlds pay-per-view in Chicago.