ROH: Best in The World 2021 results SPOILER Surely one of the companies not to be underestimated in the world of wrestling is the Ring Of Honor, which has hosted many athletes that we see for example in WWE, such as Seth Rollins.
But today there are also many athletes who were first in WWE and then moved, such as EC3 or Maria Kanellis. For many, it will not be like the two companies that for now are more in the crosshairs of wrestling fans, but it is there and it makes itself felt.
Even at the end of 2020, news related to ROH and CM Punk had come out. Apparently Punk tried to buy it about ten years ago, by contacting directly via SMS, the one who was the owner of the American federation at the time. He had stated about what happened.
But what is happening at ROH now? On Sunday night there was the PPV Best In The World 2021 with many surprises.
ROH: Best in The World 2021 results
Below is the card of the evening with the results, the names written in bold are the winners of the matches.
Rey Horus vs Demonic Flamita Danhausen & PCO vs The Bouncers PJ Black & Brian Johnson vs The Briscoes Flip Hordon vs EC3 ROH World Six Man Tag Team Championship Match Shane Taylor Promotions (Shane Taylor & Soldiers of Savagery (Kaun & Moses)) (c) vs Dak Draper, Dalton Castle & Eli Isom - The two champions retain the title.
Last Man Standing Match Silas Young vs Josh Woods Jay Lethal (with Tracy Williams) vs Brody King ROH Pure Championship Match Jonathan Gresham (c) vs Mike Bennett - The champion retains the title. ROH World Television Championship Tony Deppen vs Dragon Lee - We have a new champion.
ROH World Tag Team Championship Fight Without Honor Match Violence Unlimited (c) vs Jonathan Gresham & Rhett Titus - The champions keep the title. ROH World Championship - RUSH vs Bandido We have a new champion. The updated card for Ring Of Honor’s (ROH) annual ‘Best in the World’ PPV event has been revealed, with former WWE Superstars Cody Rhodes and Bully Ray (WWE’s Bubba Ray Dudley) competing in championship matches.
This will mark the fourth edition of the promotion’s Best in the World pay-per-view event and will also feature The Young Bucks defending their ROH Tag Team Championships against War Machine.