ROH TV Results – May 2, 2024 – Queen Aminata vs. Robyn Renegade

May 2, 2024
Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place
Commentary – Ian Riccoboni and Caprice Coleman
Results via Jeff Moss of

Quick Match Results

  1. The Infantry defeated The Outrunners via Boot Camp (pinfall)
  2. Nyla Rose defeated Camron Branae via Beast Bomb (pinfall)
  3. ROH World Tag team Championship Proving Ground match – The Undisputed Kingdom defeated The Qrown via Hail Mary Piledriver (pinfall)
  4. Toa Liona defeated Jimmy Wild via Pounce (pinfall)
  5. The Dark Order defeated Zicky Dice, Adam Priest, & Sean Maluta via Pendulum Bomb (pinfall)
  6. Aaron Solo defeated Jon Cruz via Spin Kick (pinfall)
  7. Queen Aminata defeated Robyn Renegade via Air Raid Crash (pinfall)

The Outrunners (Turbo Floyd & Truth Magnum) vs. The Infantry (Carlie Bravo & Capt. Shawn Dean)

The Infantry last week pointed out that the Outrunners’ finishing move was a lot like their own Boot Camp finisher. That led to the signing of this match.

Before the bell even rang, Adora and Lynn tangled up and the two teams brawled in the ring. The ref got control though, and the match officially began with Floyd and Bravo. The Infantry has a lot of old-school moves in their repertoire, which makes them a great foe for The Outrunners.

The Infantry got the upper hand when Bravo pulled Dean out of the ring, and Floyd managed to accidentally nail Magnum right in the neon. The Infantry had a solid amount of control after that, with quick tags and some high impact double teams.

The Outrunners fought back though, dishing out their own classic double teams and flexes. Oh, the flexes. They got a little cocky though, slowing the match to their desired pace. The infantry is an explosive team and when The Outrunners tried to double team Bravo, he dodged it and got a hot tag to Dean. The Outrunners tried to hit a Boot Camp on Dean, but they missed and Bravo hopped in and the Infantry delivered a Boot Camp of their own to win the match.

Winner: The Infantry via Pinfall.

Nyla Rose vs. Camron Branae

Rose entered to a huge ovation (as she should). Rose has been on a tear lately, and Brenae tried to get to her early. However, Rose is very, very tough and Brenae essentially bounced off of her.

Rose played to the crowd and they ate up every second of it. Brenae got a sucker punch in and Rose rolled out. Brenae followed, and Rose hit her with a lariat that sent her back to Kansas.

Rose had played around enough and with a massive Beast Bomb, Rose got the 1-2-3.

Winner: Nyla Rose via Pinfall.

Backstage: “Cool Hand Ang” Angelo Parker, “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard

Daddy Magic and Cool Hand Ang were seen backstage. Parker talked about leaning that Ruby Soho is pregnant with his child made him re-asses his career and said he has a new reason to fight now. Menard responded talking about his recent issues with The Undisputed Kingdom and stated that himself and Parker has an eye on them and their ROH World Tag team titles. Menard also claimed that they will finally make it to the Promise Land in reference to them wanting to win the tag titles.

ROH World Tag Team Championship Proving Ground Match
The Qrown (Leonis & Maximus) vs. The Undisputed Kingdom (Mike Bennett & Matt Taven)

Bennett started off with Leonis and quickly had him isolated in the Kingdom’s corner. Taven tagged in and the beating continued. Lots of mugging for the crowd from Taven and even more kicks to the stomach for Leonis.

Leonis finally found an opening and tagged in Maximus. Maximus took the Kingdom to the mat with a series of lariats and it started to look like The Qrown might last the ten minutes needed to win the Proving Ground match.

However, a high-flying double team from Bennett and Taven put that thought to rest, and they walked away with the win for the second week in a row.

Winner: The Undisputed Kingdom via Pinfall.

Backstage: JD Drake

JD Drake appeared to cut a promo. He expressed his frustrations with his recent matches. He then told a very long and winding story that ended up with him holding a 2-Dollar bill. He said that it’s time for the ‘Blue Collar Badass’ to punch in and go to work alone, as a Workhorse MAN.

Toa Liona vs. Jimmy Wild

Liona is an absolute animal and the mich smaller and thinner Wild was very timid off the top. Liona took advantage of that and chopped Wild into next week. Liona not only possesses the strength and size to be a winner, but the speed as well.

To call this a squash match would imply that it was a match at all. Liona took Wild from pillar to post, senton bombing him on the ring apron (the hardest part of the ring). Liona was simply playing with Wild until he got bored and put him down for good.

Winner: Toa Liona via Pinfall.

The Dark Order (Alex Reynolds, John Silver, & Evil Uno) vs. Zicky Dice, Adam Priest, & Sean Maluta

Silver and Maluta kicked things off with a lock up. Dice and Priest jumped in to try and help their partner, but Silver mean-mugged them and they stepped back out. Uno tagged in and Maluta actually got some offense in.

Priest, Maluta and Dice operated in a really slick fashion, appearing to work together really well even though they haven’t teamed much. The Dark Order was a little surprised by this and it took a few minutes for them to get themselves together.

Uno delivered a cutter to Dice, and a hot tag to Reynolds followed. Reynolds hit a double underhook butterfly powerbomb and the Dark Order took complete control of the match. Dark Order triple teamed Priest and Reynolds held him down for the pin.

Winner: The Dark Order via Pinfall.

Backstage: Iron Savages, Jacked Jameson

The Iron Savages and Jack Jameson joined us for a promo. The Savages are tired of being a circus act. They are done being goofy and silly Savages, it’s just not bringing them success. They are sippin’ sauce, livin’ hoss, and everyone’s going to rhymes-with-Kitty City!

Jon Cruz defeated Aaron Solo

Cruz and Solo are a great pair of wrestlers with similar styles and moves. This promised to be a fun match!

It wasn’t though, as it was painfully short. Solo jumped Cruz off the bell and stomped a mudhole in the corner. Cruz and Solo ran the ropes at high speed, which produced a high-speed collision. Cruz walked away in control and jumped to the top rope for a splash. Solo moved though and capitalized by pinning the dazed Cruz.

Winner: Aaron Solo via Pinfall.

Robyn Renegade vs. Queen Aminata

The sun set as the main event kicked off. Aminata last week formed an alliance with Red Velvet and Renegade was also on the show..

Aminata was still a little salty about losing the ROH Women’s TV Title to Billie Starkz via trickery. She took that out on Renegade who fought back and drove Aminata to the outside. After rolling her back in the ring, the momentum switched away from Renegade and Aminata laid her out with some stiff forearms.

Aminata hit an absolutely brutal kick to the face through the ropes on Renegade, the same move that set Starkz’ deception in motion at Supercard. Athena and Starks appeared inset, and watched the match, scouting Aminata.

Renegade hit a flapjack on Aminata to try and get some control. There was a near fall, but Aminata wasn’t done yet. She no-sold some hard chops from Renegade and launched her across the ring with a german suplex. Animata charged her in the corner twice, glaring into the camera (presumably at Athena and Starkz). The glare held as the got the pin on Renegade, 1-2-3.

Winner: Queen Aminata via Pinfall.

Starkz and Athena were shown leaving as the show came to and end.