ROH Wrestling Results (10/11/21): Bandido, OGK And More Compete

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ROH Wrestling Results (10/11/21): Bandido, OGK And More Compete

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ROH Wrestling Results
Originally aired October 8, 2021
Report by Colin Tessier for

Ian Riccaboni welcomes viewers and previews the show.

Soldiers of Savagery vs. Dalton Castle and Dak Draper

The Briscoes join the commentary team for this tag match. In a pre-match promo, Kaun and Moses hype up the bout, with Moses saying “Shooters gonna shoot.” Meanwhile, Castle says he has been burning the candle at both ends because he’s so busy. But he’s excited to showcase the combination of “meat” and charisma in his team with Draper.

Can @thekaun and @ProlificMoses handle the “Poison” that is @theDALTONcastle and @MileHighMagnum when they face each other this weekend on ROH TV? ☠️

Tune in to find out! #WatchROH

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— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) October 8, 2021

Kaun starts the bout with Castle, and the former ROH World Champion takes Kaun to the mat. A shoulder tackle drops Castle, but he fires back with a suplex. Draper and Castle double-team Kaun, who rallies and tags Moses. The Soldiers of Savagery double-suplex Draper and take firm control of the match. Draper uses his size and strength to regain the advantage. He grounds Kaun and overpowers him.

Moses eventually makes the hot tag and clears house. He dumps Castle to the outside and takes Draper down with a crossbody. An assisted clothesline earns Kaun a two count. Moses sends Castle crashing onto the floor again, and the Soldiers of Savagery pin Draper with their signature double-team move.

Winners: Soldiers of Savagery

After the match, Kenny King and Dragon Lee, the ROH World Tag Team Champions, attack Moses and Kaun and attack them from behind. The champions disrespectfully take a picture while they stand over the Soldiers of Savagery. Once they leave the ring, Moses challenges the duo to a title match, but he doesn’t get an answer.

Women’s Championship Contender Match: Willow vs. Miranda Alize vs. Angelina Love (with Mandy Leon)

Before the match, Willow, bubbly as ever, says this match is like getting a present on Christmas morning, and she’ll make the most of it. Alize states that she shouldn’t have to be in this match because the title is her property; she vows to earn another match with Rok-C and win the title.

Can @MirandaAlize_ get back in the ROH Women’s World Championship picture?

The first of two triple threat matches to determine who will face @TheRokC_ at Final Battle begins this weekend on ROH TV @w_nightingale_ vs @ActualALove vs @MirandaAlize_

— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) October 8, 2021

In the ring, Willow comes up empty-handed when she tries to adhere to the Code of Honor. She drops Love with a superkick, but Alize plants her with a basement hurricanrana. Love drops Willow with an inverted DDT. She double-teams Willow with Alize, but the bubbly babyface rallies with a flurry of offense. She hits Alize with a diving dropkick before the former Women of Honor World Champion dumps her out of the ring.

Love trades blows with Alize , but Willow takes both women down with a diving dropkick on the outside. Alize responds with a dive of her own, and everyone is down after a crossbody from Love. In the end, Willow stuns Love by rolling her up for the three count.

Winner: Willow

Bandido and Rey Horus vs. The OGK (Matt Taven and Mike Bennett)

ROH World Champion @bandidowrestler teams up with @rey_horus this weekend on ROH TV to take on @MattTaven and @RealMikeBennett!

Who are you rooting for? #WatchROH

📺 TV Listings:

— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) October 8, 2021

In a pre-match promo, Bennett explains how winning this bout could launch the OGK up the rankings. Taven notes that he and Bennett both wants Bandido’s ROH World Championship, but right now they’re focused on the tag titles. Meanwhile, Horus says he and Bandido will showcase their skills as a team in this match.

The two teams shake hands when the match begins. Bennett and Horus start off as the legal men. They feel each other out and trade some fast-paced offense, as Bennett holds his own with the masked man. Bandido and Taven, a former world champion, tags in. Taven catches Bandido with a dropkick, and the OGK double-teams the champion to isolate him. A brainbuster drops Bandido and earns Bennett a two count.

The duo focuses on one of Bandido’s legs to keep him ground. Taven gets a close two count with a Purple Thunder bomb. Bandido dodges a springboard moonsault and takes both members of the OGK down. Horus tags in with a flurry of offense. He hits Bennett with a Spanish Fly and dives onto him outside the ring. Bandido gets a two count with a dive of his own onto Taven. The champion slams Horus onto Taven, and a running Shooting Star gets Bandido another two count.

Taven blasts Bandido with the Just The Tip knee. The OGK spikes Bandido with a double-team piledriver, but Horus breaks up the pin. All four men are down after a series of stiff strikes. Bandido dives onto Bennett outside of the ring, and Taven follows him with a dive of his own. Bennett dodges a 450 from Horus, and the OGK plants Horus with a double-team kick/slam for the win.

Winners: The OGK (Mike Bennett and Matt Taven)

After the match, Taven says he respects Bandido, and the OGK helps Horus to his feet in a sign of respect.