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RING OF HONOR TELEVISION REPORT: TOP PROSPECT TOURNAMENT CONTINUES; 'THE STREAK' CONTINUES?; WILL COLE ACCEPT BRISCOE'S CHALLENGE; AND MORE

By Richard Trionfo on 2014-01-26 09:36:41
We are in Nashville, Tennessee and your announcers are Kevin Kelly and Steve ‘Total Nonstop Announcer’ Corino.

Match Number One: Raymond Rowe versus Corey Hollis in a Top Prospect Tournament Semi-Final Match

Rowe backs Hollis into the corner and Hollis is able to escape and he chops Rowe. Rowe backs Hollis into the corner and Rowe misses a chop and Hollis with a shoulder in the corner. Rowe with a chop and punch to Hollis. Rowe runs into a boot. Hollis with a punch but he cannot Irish whip Rowe. Hollis with a drop kick that sends Rowe to the floor and Hollis with a pescado.

Hollis sends Rowe back into the ring and he connects with a shoulder from the apron. Rowe catches Hollis coming off the turnbuckles and Rowe hits a Northern Lights suplex for a near fall. Rowe with a punch followed by an Irish whip and an overhead belly-to-belly suplex for a near fall.

Hollis with a kick to the knee but Rowe with a side slam followed by full nelson into a knee to the back for the three count.

Winner: Raymond Rowe (Advances to Finals)

We go to commercial.

Match Number Two: RD Evans (with Veda Scott) versus Max Sells

Evans misses an enzuigiri and Sells gets a La Magistral for a near fall. Sells with another near fall. Evans with a neck breaker followed by a leg drop for a near fall. Evans with a kick to the back of the head and then he connects with an elbow to the head. Evans with a kick but Sells with a clothesline.

Sells with a side Russian leg sweep for a near fall. Evans does the Flair flip but Sells with a knee that sends Evans off the apron to the floor. Veda grabs Sells’ leg and then Evans hits a wraparound clothesline. Evans goes up top and hits a diving head butt for the three count.

Winner: RD Evans

After the match, Veda Scott announces that the New Streak is at 14-0. Veda says that they are not done yet. Veda says that they should go for 15-0. Veda makes an open challenge to anyone on the Ring of Honor roster. She does not care who it is.

Michael Elgin hears his name being mentioned by Veda and he makes his way to the ring.

Elgin tells them to ring the bell.

Match Number Three: RD Evans (with Veda Scott) versus Michael Elgin

Elgin offers his hand for the handshake and Evans shakes it but Elgin with a Bossman Slam. Evans rolls to the floor while Veda distracts Elgin. Evans is Irish whipped into the guardrails. Elgin with another Irish whip into the guardrails. Elgin says that this is a sign of things to come for Adam Cole.

Elgin picks up Evans and hits a running power slam on the floor. Elgin with a boot to the head. Elgin rolls Evans back into the ring and Elgin punches Evans and then he puts Evans on the turnbuckles. Elgin grabs Veda who goes onto the apron and Evans tries for a sunset flip power bomb but Elgin holds on to the ropes.

Evans with a kick to Elgin and then Evans goes up top but Elgin with a drop kick that sends Evans to the apron. Elgin hits the delayed superplex and he sets for the buckle bomb and hits it. Elgin with the spinning sit out power bomb but Elgin does not cover Evans.

Elgin grabs some chairs and he brings them into the ring. Elgin sets up the chairs in the ring and he hits a power bomb onto the chairs and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner RD Evans (by disqualification)

After the match, security comes into the ring to try to help Evans and Elgin throws them around the ring before he finally leaves.

Elgin tells Cole to look closely because he is coming for him.

Match Number Four: Matt Taven versus Tadarius Thomas

They lock up and Taven with a side head lock. Thomas with a reversal. Taven with a wrist lock and Thomas with a reversal. Taven reverses again. Taven rolls through to thwart a reversal attempt by Thomas. Thomas tries for a snap mare but Taven blocks it and he hits a snap mare into a side head lock. Thomas with a head scissors but Taven escapes and applies a side head lock.

Thomas with a near fall and then he hits a rolling mare and kick to the head. Thomas with a running elbow into the corner. Taven floats over on an Irish whip and he kicks Thomas and follows with a missile drop kick for a near fall. Taven with a side head lock. Taven with a head scissors but Thomas lands on his feet. Taven with a kick to the head and he gets a near fall.

Taven with a delayed vertical suplex and he kips up. Taven with a springboard senton for a near fall. Thomas with a head scissors and he sends Taven into the turnbuckles. Thomas with a clothesline and a wraparound clothesline. Thomas with a running elbow followed by a series of kicks. Thomas hits a half-nelson suplex for a near fall.

Taven has a kick blocked and he is sent to the apron and Thomas with an enzuigiri. Thomas with a double jump moonsault onto Taven on the floor. Thomas rolls Taven back into the ring and Taven with an enzuigiri to Thomas on the turnbuckles. Taven tries for a super rana but Thomas sends him to the mat. Taven with a super kick when Thomas comes off the turnbuckles. Taven with a frog splash for the three count.

Winner: Matt Taven

We go to commercial.

We are back and Jay Briscoe makes his way to the ring.

Jay gets on the mic and he tells Adam Cole that he is getting sick and tired of this. Jay quotes Roddy Piper from They Live and he tells Adam that he is out of bubble gum.

Bobby Fish makes his way to the ring and he will spell it out for the morons. Bobby says that he is a real champion. Adam Cole is a real champion. Bobby says that Jay’s championship is fake. He finds that the fact that Jay parades around with that thing is reprehensible and disappointing. He is insulted. He speaks for Adam Cole and says that as a real champion, Adam will not tarnish his legacy and involve himself with that thing.

It is a title that exists merely in the mind of the man who made it in his basement at his farm in Sandy Fork, Delaware.

Bobby says that having beaten Jay multiple times, he would be willing to represent and give back to this company by beating the bag off Jay’s ass one more time.

Match Number Five: Bobby Fish versus Jay Briscoe

Fish with a kick to the inner thigh. Fish with a second kick to the inner thigh. They lock up and Briscoe with head butts. Fish with a kick to the leg but Fish runs into a boot in the corner and Fish goes to the floor. Jay with a forearm to the back and he gives Fish a head butt on the floor followed by a knee to the head. Jay punches Bobby and punches him.

Jay throws a chair into the ring and then he sends Fish into the turnbuckles. Jay sends another chair into the ring. Jay punches Fish and then he finally sends Fish back into the ring. Jay with jabs to Fish followed by a head butt. Briscoe with a back elbow for a near fall. Briscoe with a kick to the head but Fish with a punch to the midsection. Jay with a head butt and kicks in the corner.

Jay chokes Fish and the referee warns him. Jay with a European uppercut. Fish goes to the floor and Jay follows after him. They return to the ring and Jay hits a drop kick and they go back to the floor again. Jay with an Irish whip that sends Fish into the guardrails. We go to commercial.

We are back and Briscoe returns to the floor despite the referee’s warnings. Fish begs for mercy and Briscoe with a kick and Fish is returned to the ring. Fish goes back to the floor and he sends Briscoe into the guardrails and he kicks Briscoe on the floor. Fish with punches. Fish with an Irish whip into the guardrails. Fish sends Briscoe into the ring and he gets a near fall.

Fish with a knee to the midsection and he gets a near fall. Fish with a snap mare and he hits a slingshot senton for a near fall. Fish with a kick in the corner followed by a belly-to-back suplex and he gets another near fall. Fish with kicks to the ribs but Briscoe with an elbow.

Fish with a kick to the chest and then to the head for a near fall. Fish with a splash in the corner followed by an Irish whip and another splash. Briscoe pushes Fish away and then connects with an elbow and a kick to a charging Fish. Fish with punches to Briscoe but he misses a round kick and Briscoe with head butts. Jay with a back body drop followed by a forearm in the corner. Briscoe climbs the turnbuckles and punches Fish.

Briscoe with a super kick for a near fall. Fish with forearms and kicks but Briscoe with a discus forearm and neck breaker for a near fall. Jay with a sit out brainbuster for a near fall. Jay sets for the Jay Driller but Fish backs Jay into the turnbuckles. Fish with a forearm and kick to the leg but he misses a back heel kick. Fish with a round kick for a near fall. Fish puts Briscoe on the turnbuckles.

Fish tries for a superplex but Briscoe pushes Fish off the turnbuckles. Briscoe with a frog splash and both men are down.

Adam Cole makes his way to ringside to motivate Briscoe.

Briscoe with a forearm and Fish fires back. They continue to go back and forth with forearms. Fish falls victim to Briscoe’s forearms. Briscoe is distracted by Cole on the apron and Fish with a low blow and a Saito suplex but Fish can only get a two count. Cole gets on the apron and he tells Fish to finish him.

Fish misses a round kick and Briscoe pushes Fish into Cole. Cole falls off the apron and Briscoe hits the Jay Driller for the three count.

Winner: Jay Briscoe

After the match, Cole tries to hit Briscoe with Jay’s belt but Jay ducks and Jay with a kick but Cole goes to the floor. Jay throws Cole’s jacket into the crowd and then Jay holds the ROH Title Belt and his own belt.

We go to credits.