— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) July 1, 2018
The match was announced just a few hours after Best in The World went off-air. Dalton Castle who succeeded in retaining the ROH World Championship during the PPV was set to defend the title against Cody, Matt Taven and Jay Lethal at ROH Excellence Fairfax TV Tapings. And surprise came from Jay Lethal who became a 2-time ROH World CHampion in Fairfax. Castle and Lethal shook hands after the match.
It is possible Castle will take some time off to heal the nagging injuries he has been suffering for months. He already took a few weeks off recently but it seems like it wasn’t enough. If the match is set to air on TV at a later point in time, it was streamed on demand yesterday for Honor Club members.
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) June 30, 2018
Here are the results from Best in the World PPV
– ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship match: The Kingdom (c) defeated EVIL, BUSHI, and SANADA
– Flip Gordon defeated Bully Ray via DQ
– Sumie Sakai, Jenny Rose, Mayu Iwatani, and Tenille Dashwood defeated Kelly Klein, Hazuki, Kagetsu, and Hana Kimura
– Austin Aries defeated Kenny King
– Jay Lethal defeated KUSHIDA
– Baltimore Street Fight for the ROH World TV Championship: Punishment Martinez (c) defeated Adam Page
– ROH World Tag Team Championship match: The Briscoes (c) vs. The Young Bucks
– ROH World Championship Triple Threat match: Dalton Castle (c) defeated Cody (with Brandi Rhodes) and Marty Scurll