-The show opens up with a recap from two months ago. The Lifeblood defeated Villain Enterprises when Bandido pinned Marty Scurll.
A recap of Bandido vs Marty Scurll from Mass Hysteria is shown. Marty Scurll made Bandido tap to win the match. This is leading up to their rematch tonight that took place during Saturday Night At Center Stage.
-We’re greeted by Ian Riccaboni and Quinn McKay. They remind us that Death Before Dishonor live from Las Vegas.
Match: The Briscoes vs Rock and Roll Express
They recap the short feud between the “Rock and Roll Express” and the Briscoes. A montage of their match at Honor for All is shown.
Ricky Morton does a suicide dive though the ropes on both Briscoes.
Robert Gipson sends Mark Brisco off the turnbuckle through a ladder placed on the outside of the ring. Rock and Roll Express double team Jay Briscoe and do manage to hit the double dropkick, but Jay kicks out at 2.
The Briscoes get the upperhand on Rock and Roll Express. Mark Briscoe nails a “Froggy Bow” elbow drop for the win.
Winners: The Briscoes
-Marty Scurll is outside the ring. He talks about how he’s on top of the world, but he’s still frustrated because of Bandido. He questions what Bandido has to hide behind his mask, then removes his glasses because he has nothing to hide.
-Bandido is backstage now and cuts a very short promo. He calls himself America’s Most Wanted.
-Ian and Quinn cover the feud between Kelly Klein and the Allure.
Match: Angelina Love (w/ Mandy Leon) vs Sumie Sakai
Sumie has Angelina in an armbar. Angelina fights off into a pin attempt, but Sumie kicks out and reapplies the armbar. Angelina squirms to the ropes and manages to get a foot up.
Sumie climbs to the top turnbuckle, but Angelina rolls to the apron to avoid any move, so Sumie hops down. While the referee is attending to Angelina in the corner, Mandy Leon sprays Sumie in the face with hairspray. Angelina capitalizes with the Botox Injection for the win.
Winner: Angelina Love
-Backstage, Kelly Klein demands that Angelina needs to name a time and place for the Women’s championship match. She questions whether Angelina even has the backbone to show up. She ends the promo, “Name the time and place. I’ll show up. Will you?”
-Backstage, Shane Taylor cuts a promo on Flip Gordon and Tracy Williams. He tells them that in Las Vegas at Death Before Dishonor, their biggest gamble will be stepping in the ring with him.
-Ian and Quinn give us a rundown of Rhett Titus and Kenny King. Previously, at Global Wars, Kenny King insulted Titus for being pathetic nowadays. Rhett says he regrets not taking action. Titus says that he’s going to treat every match as if its his first and last match from now on.
Match: Shaheem Ali vs Rhett Titus
Commentators are playing up how Shaheem and the Coast 2 Coast are good friends with Kenny King. Rhett Titus comes out with the initials of his children on his wristband.
Titus immediately takes down Ali. The fans get behind Titus and Ali mocks them. Titus takes control again. Ali starts to counter, but Titus takes him back down.
Titus goes to the apron and attempts to flip inside the ring with a sunset flip, but fails. Both men try to handle the other, but neither can get the advantage. Ali gets mad and charges Titus, but Titus floors him with a back elbow to the face.
Ali tries to trick Titus into the corner, but once again Titus doesn’t fall for it and kicks him instead. Ali manages to hit a scoop slam and bodypress out of nowhere, but can’t keep Titus down.
Ali takes control in the corner. Titus fights back and knocks Ali away. Titus goes to the top rope, and flies off with a crossbody. We get a pin attempt, but Ali kicks out at 2.
Ali gets Titus in a rear chinlock. Titus fights out but Ali kicks him in the stomach to stop his momentum. Ali approaches him but Titus decks him in the face then hits a belly-to-belly suplex. Titus with a northern lights suplex into a pin, but Ali kicks out.
Standard ROH chop block segment with Rhett Titus getting hyped up after each chop. Titus hits a dropkick that sends Ali rolling out of the ring. Titus tries to follow him outside the ring with a spring board, but Ali catches him and sends up onto the floor with a suplex.
Ali sends Titus into the ring and hits a huge frogsplash, but Titus kicks out at only 1. Ali is angry and starts aggressively punching Titus in the head to keep him down. Ali goes back up to the turnbuckle. He misses a frogsplash.
Titus hits two big boots to the head, followed by a tornado kick for the pinfall and the win.
Winner: Rhett Titus
-After the match, Rhett honors his children by showing their initials to the camera.
-Backstage, ROH World Champion Matt Taven cuts a promo. He says he should be thanking Rush because he helped lead him to the ROH title. He tells Rush that he’s the ROH champion for a reason and that nothing happens without him saying so.
-ROH promote a matchup between Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King) vs Lifeblood (Bandido, Mark Haskins) next week.
Match: Bandido vs Marty Scurrl
This match took place at Saturday Night at Center Stage. You can read the full details about the match and the rest of the card here.
Fans are really into Marty. A “Marty” chant breaks out. A smaller “Bandido” chant starts. Marty offers his hand. Bandido is cautious but does accept. The code of honor is upheld.
Bandido and Marty chain wrestle with neither man getting the upperhand. We cut to commercial and they cut out the entire dance scene where Bandido and Marty compete for fan reactions.
Marty has the advantage outside the ring. Fans are booing and yelling at Marty. He goes through the crowd to high-five them, but pulls it away and flips him off instead.
Back in the ring, Marty gets Bandido to the mat and stomps on his elbow. He goes for a short arm clothesline but it doesn’t take Bandido down. He chops his chest and Bandido goes down. Marty keeps the offensive in the corner.
The referee tells him to back away but Marty flexes in his face. Bandido fights his way back to his feet and swings at Marty, but it barely effects him. Marty easily swats him back down.
Marty rushes Bandido in the corner, but Bandido meets him with a superkick. He launches off the turnbuckle with a corkscrew. Bandido hits a tornado DDT and a diamond cutter. Marty rolls outside the ring and we go to commercial.
Back in the ring, Marty Scurll hits a snapdragon suplex. Both men are slow to their feet. Fans are chanting for “Bandido.” Marty continues to control the match.
Marty hits a tornado DDT, but doesn’t release and turns it into a chickenwing from behind. Bandido fights away, so Marty hits a variation of the GhostBuster pump-handle. Marty goes for a shoulder block, but Bandido dodges it with a handstand. Marty turns around and superkicks him in the face.
Marty calls for the chickenwing once again, but Bandido rolls him up. Barely gets a 2 count. They brawl to their feet, but Marty turns it into another snapdragon suplex but it doesn’t keep Bandido down. He bounces to his feet and hits an enziguri with the last of his energy. Both men are down.
Bandido sits up and points a gun finger at Marty. They meet in the center of the ring and chop block each other. Fans are once again cheering for Bandido. Marty tells the audience to silence and raises his hand for a chop to the chest, but instead decks Bandido in the face. They battle up the turnbuckle. Marty jumps off for a hurricanrana, but Bandido lifts him and turns it into a bucklebomb in the corner. He nails an X-Knee and goes for a pin, but its only a 2.
Marty and Bandido take turns reversing each other’s finishers. They battle up to the turnbuckle once again. Bandido hits a super Spanish Fly. They both crawl to their knees but Marty locks in the chickenwing. Bandido reverses it into a pin, but its only a 2.
Scurll hits a cradle piledriver but Bandido kicks out. Marty quickly picks him up and nails the Black Plague for the pinfall.
Winner: Marty Scurll
-Not covered on the TV episode, Marty Scurll signaled to Bandido and the fans that he wants to meet Bandido in the ring one more time.
Marty Scurll celebrates in the ring as the show fades to black.
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