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Ring of Honor 19th Anniversary live results: RUSH vs. Lethal, EC3 vs. Briscoe, more!

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Here's a place to check results and comment along with Ring of Honor (ROH)'s 19th Anniversary pay-per-view (PPV) - happening Fri., Mar. 26, 2021 at UMBC Event Center in Baltimore.

The show will stream live on HonorClub, ROH’s subscription service (details here). It is also available as an internet PPV on Fite, where the first hour is free, the remainder of the show costs $19.99. The opening bell is scheduled for 8PM Eastern.

We've got a preview of the card for you here, and will update the results tonight as they happen, and feel free to use this space to discuss all the action with the best pro wrestling community on the internet - before, during and after the show.

- After the main event, La Facción Ingobernable hits the ring to assault Lethal. But Brody King runs in with Tony Deppen, Chris Dickinson and MF-ing Homcide! They beat down LFI & Lethal to close the show.

- RUSH def. Jay Lethal to retain the ROH World championship; the champ kicked out of Lethal Injection, then hit Bulls Horns twice before pinning the challenger

- Tracy Williams & Rhett Titus def. Kenny King & Bestia del Ring to become the new ROH World Tag Team champs. The Foundation is 34 of the way to purifying pro wrestling and bringing honor back to Ring of Honor after Bestia tapped out to Titus’ Full Nelson after he argued with Amy Rose over a chair. Afterwards, Bestia speared Rose.

- Jonathan Gresham def. Dak Draper to retain the ROH Pure title; Draper passed out holding the ropes as he was out of rope breaks when Gresham locked in a rear naked choke

- Maria Kanellis announces a Women’s Tournament to crown a new champ will take place this summer. Angelina Love and Mandy Leon come out to demand they be handed the title immediately. Maria doesn’t agree, but does give Love the chance to earn a first round bye in a future TV match... against Quinn McKay

- Matt Taven vs. Vincent; this was a cinematic “Fight Without Honor” that ended after a large man in overalls pushed both Taven & Vincent off a balcony through some tables on the floor, then carried them out of the building. So... no contest?

- Rey Horus def. Bandido & Flamita; this was a very good lucha thing that ended with Bandido pinning Flamita after a 21 Plex

- Jay Briscoe def. EC3 via pinfall after shaking EC3’s hand and hitting Jay Driller; Mr. 3 wanted Briscoe to shake his hand to show he deserved his spot in ROH, and after kicking each others asses, Jay did him the honor before finishing him

- Dalton Castle def. Josh Woods via pinfall after Silas Young hit Woods with a chair for "not sticking to the gameplan". It looks like Castle is sticking around.

- Flip Gordon def. Mark Briscoe via pinfall after hitting Flip Dive; quick match with the veteran putting Flip over

- Tracy Williams def. Kenny King to win Dragon Lee’s ROH World Television championship; Amy Rose threw King the belt to use, and when Williams acted like he was going to grab first he hit Kenny with a piledriver

- Shane Taylor Promotions def. MexiSquad to retain the ROH World Six-Man championship; the challengers couldn’t get on the same page and Flamita took the pin. Looks like we’re headed to a threeway with with him, Rey Horus & Bandido to settle their issues

- Brian Johnson def. Eli Isom, LSG & Danhausen to become the #1 contender for the ROH TV title; after getting teeth superkicked out of his mouth (Danhausen poured his jar of teeth into Johnson’s mouth), Johnson slipped back into the ring as the other three men were focused on each other to hit Danhausen with The Process and pin him

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