Credit: Michael Specian & PWInsider

The following are spoilers from the Ring of Honor TV tapings in Baltimore this evening. I don't know the names of everyone's finishing maneuver, and I'm too lazy to check the spelling of names, so please translate if you know what I'm describing.

Ring of Honor taped four episodes of television in Baltimore Saturday evening. The episodes will air through February 11 on Sinclair broadcast stations. A standing room only crowd of about 500 filled Baltimore's Du Burns arena.

If you don't want to read the entire report, here are the highlights:

Thomasa Chiampa remains undefeated

Jay Lethal retains his TV Title after Maria intervenes in the match

Coleman and Alexander have a breakout performance

Kyle O'Reilly has two excellent matches

Dissension builds between the American Wolves as Davey Richards and Kyle O'Reilly form a tag team called "Team Ambition", and Eddie Edwards responds by forming a new tag team with Adam Cole

The World's Greatest Tag Team continue a heel turn by hitting Mark Briscoe in the head with a chair

Kevin Steen is back as "professional wrestling's worse nightmare." He promises to take Davey Richards's title and hold ROH hostage.

The pile driver is banned in ROH

Before getting into the spoilers, I have to mention that ROH did everything in their power to be good to the Baltimore crowd. They often referred to Baltimore as a new home for ROH (huge applause for that and "Welcome Home" chants), and offered everyone in attendance coupons for $10 off the next show, which will be on Saturday, February 4. By time I went to get those coupons, they were all gone.

After the show, Nigel McGuiness hung around to talk to some fans at ringside and Mark Briscoe, Davey Richards, and Kyle O'Reilly chatted with fans and stuck around for pictures in the main lobby. The interaction at the end was actually really nice and sent us all home happy.

Dark Match

Devon Storm def. a guy whose name I didn't catch. He's white, under six feet tall with corn rows. Devon score the pin in about 6 minutes with a camel clutch dragon sleeper variation.

There were usually about two minute intermissions between segments. These were ocassionally punctuated by chants like "Awkward silence!"

First Taping

Eddie Edwards def. Mike Mondo in 10 minutes. Eddie, who got a strong reaction coming out, finished Mondo off with a cradle brain buster. Mondo, a former member of WWE's Spirit Squad, received numerous chants of "He's got spirit!"

Jim Cornette invited out the new Ring of Honor Tag Team Champions, The Briscoe Brothers, who received a huge reaction. Jay Briscoe asked Jim Cornette if it was true that the World's Greatest Tag Team, Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin, were fined $5000 for the chair shots to the head they delivered at Final Battle. After Cornette confirmed this fact, Jay asked, "Who gets that money? Do you get that money?" Jim replied that he doesn't personally. Jay suggesting not only that the Briscoes should get the money, but that everyone in the locker room should come out to the ring to hit them with chairs. They claimed they didn't care because they weren't "cosmetically pleasing" anyway, a reference the Briscoes first made during a video leading up to Final Battle where they recounted that a promising tryout with WWE ultimately led nowhere because John Lauranitus did not appreciate their look.

Jim informed the Briscoes that Haas and Benjamin blame them for the hostile reaction they received in New York City at Final Battle. Mark replied that they just keep it real. They said that the Young Bucks, who earned the #1 contender's shots for the Tag Team Championships at Final Battle, were sitting ducks and that the Briscoes are going to knock them down. The segment concluded with the crowd chanting "Man up!"

Roderick Strong with Michael Elgin and Truth Martini def. Ricky Reyes (4 minutes) with by reversing Reyes's backroll with one of his own.

Matt Jackson with Nick Jackson def. Kenny King with Rhett Titus in the TV Main Event (10 minutes). Rhett Titus, who is recovering from surgery was at ringside on crutches. This match was a ton of fun. The Young Bucks played the role of utterly obnoxious heels, ridiculing Rhett Titus's injury by limping around the ring and mock-crying. After an athletic contest, Nick Jackson stole one of Rhett's crutches and hit Kenny King as he was attempting a springboard. Matt covered him behind the referee's back and scored the pinfall. After the match there was a melee where both teams needed to be pulled apart.

January 28 Taping

Thomaso Chiampa (with Prince Nana and that dude in the...