Ring of Honor has issued the following press release announcing a huge six-man tag matchup pitting Villain Enterprises against Jeff Cobb, Jonathan Gresham, and Jay Lethal for this Saturday’s Steel City Excellence event in Pittsburgh. Check it out below.
One week after the historic G1 Supercard at sold-out Madison Square Garden, fans in Pittsburgh will experience the immediate fallout when ROH makes its much-anticipated return to the Steel City!
Ring of Honor presents Steel City Excellence, an international television taping at Stage AE on Saturday, April 13. With a new ROH World Champion, new ROH World Tag Team Champions and new Women of Honor World Champion, there is no telling what may happen in Pittsburgh!
A huge six-man tag match has been signed that pits ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions Villain Enterprises (“The Villain” Marty Scurll, PCO and Brody King) against former ROH World Champion Jay Lethal, ROH World Television and NEVER Openweight Champion Jeff Cobb and Jonathan Gresham in a non-title bout.
NON-TITLE SIX-MAN TAG MATCH
ROH WORLD SIX-MAN TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS VILLAIN ENTERPRISES (“THE VILLAIN” MARTY SCURLL, PCO AND BRODY KING) vs. JAY LETHAL, ROH WORLD TELEVISION AND NEVER OPENWEIGHT CHAMPION JEFF COBB AND JONATHAN GRESHAM
Villain Enterprises was riding high heading into G1 Supercard, as the trio had the ROH World Tag Team and ROH World Six-Man Tag Team titles in their possession and were intent on leaving with Madison Square Garden with even more gold.
But Scurll came up short in the Triple Threat Ladder Match for the ROH World Championship, and not only did PCO and King fail to win the IWGP Heavyweight Tag Team Titles in the winner-take-all four-way match, but in doing so they lost their ROH World Tag Team Titles.
Since forming at the end of 2018, Villain Enterprises had not tasted defeat in singles, tag team or six-man tag competition until G1 Supercard. It’s a safe bet that the eccentric trio will be more dangerous than ever as they look to get back on track in Pittsburgh.
It will be easier said than done, however, because standing across the ring from them will be a two-time former ROH World Champion (Lethal), the current ROH World Television and NEVER Openweight Champion (Cobb), and one of the best technical wrestlers in the sport (Gresham).
After losing the ROH World Title to Matt Taven at G1 Supercard, Lethal also will be heavily motivated to come out of Pittsburgh with a victory.