Final Match for The Elite
Cody, the Young Bucks and Hangman Page wrestled one last match for Ring of Honor at last night’s TV taping at the 2300 (ECW) Arena in Philadelphia, though the match won’t air on TV and will only be broadcast on ROH’s HonorClub streaming service.
The main event for the night saw Best Friends (Chuckie T & Beretta), Flip Gordon & Jay Lethal defeat The Young Bucks, Cody and Hangman Page.
After the match, they prepared to say goodbye again, but Bully Ray came out and said that the ECW Arena isn’t their house because it belongs to him. Shane Taylor, Silas Young and the Briscoes then came out and they all attacked The Elite.
Cody Says Goodbye
Thank you to all the fans. Thank you to a wonderfully talented locker-room. Thank you to an outstanding crew/production top-to-bottom. Thank you Joe Koff & Greg Gilleland. Thank you ROH, I needed “shelter from the storm” & you gave me a home the past 2 years. Beautiful experience pic.twitter.com/MLWBRAKIQd
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) December 16, 2018
Brody King and PCO Debut
Brody King and PCO, who signed with ROH a couple of weeks ago, made their debuts last night at the TV taping as part of a stable with Marty Scurll called “Villain Enterprises.”
At the taping, the stable The Kingdom (Matt Taven, TK O’Ryan, Vinny Marseglia) mocked Scurll because all of his Elite friends were gone. Scurll said that his old friends may be gone, but he has some new friends. The lights went out and Brody King and PCO entered to help take out The Kingdom.
— Dave (@DaveMuscarella) December 16, 2018
— Annemarie (@annemariebearr) December 16, 2018