ROH TV Spoilers From June 29 Taping

All the action form the latest round of ROH TV tapings

Ring of Honor held their latest round of TV tapings on June 29, recording the upcoming episode of ROH TV during a special Thursday session alongside a pre-taped episode of AEW Collision in Hamilton, Ontario Canada.

All the results from the latest ROH TV taping below.


Komander returned to winning ways with a victory over Gringo Loco, with Loco making his Ring of Honor in-ring return in the process. 

In the ROH Women’s World Championship scene, Athena continued her run of dominance with victory over Selezia Sparkx, whilst the ROH Six Man Tag Champions were all victorious as The Gates of Agony defeated Action Andretti and Darius Martin, and Brian Cage overcame Josh Woods, Shane Taylor, Willie Mack, Trent Seven, and Dalton Castle in a Six-Way Mayhem match, getting the win with a handful of Mack’s tights.

In the main event of the session, Maria Kanellis was set to wrestle her first match in years in a six-person tag pitting Kanellis with The Kingdom against Trish Adora and The Infantry. However, Kanellis claimed she wasn’t cleared to wrestle, and gave way to a returning Leyla Hirsch. Hirsch ended up getting the submission victory on Adora after some interference by Kanellis.

Full ROH TV taping results:

  • Komander def. Gringo Loco
  • Daniel Garcia def. Christopher Daniels
  • The Gates of Agony def. Action Andretti & Darius Martin
  • The Righteous & Stu Grayson def. Zack Patterson, McCrane Martin, & Rip Impact
  • Athena def. Selezia Sparkx
  • Lee Moriarty & Big Bill def. The Tate Twins aka Dalton Castle's Boys
  • Mark Briscoe def. Tony Nese & JD Drake - Three-Way Match
  • Diamante def. Vanessa Kraven
  • Brian Cage def. Josh Woods, Shane Taylor, Willie Mack, Trent Seven, & Dalton Castle - Six Way Mayhem
  • The Kingdom & Leyla Hirsch def. The Infantry & Trish Adora

H/T: PWInsider

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