Ring of Honor Television Title History

– 2/5/10: An 8-man tournament was devised to determine the first champion. Prior to the finals, Eddie Edwards defeated Colt Cabana and Kevin Steen while Davey Richards defeated Delirious and Kenny King.

Philadelphia, PA – The Arena – March 5, 2010
ROH on HDNet – 4/26/10
ROH TV Championship Tournament Finals: Eddie Edwards defeated Davey Richards to win the title via submission with the Achilles Lock at 20:01; prior to the bout, Rayna Von Tosh came out with the title belt, to present it to the winner; Shane Hagadorn sat ringside to support both men; following the ring introductions, both men shook hands; after the contest, Richards stole the belt away, then eventually strapped it around Edwards’ waist; Richards then clapped for Edwards’ win

Louisville, KY – December 10, 2010
ROH on HDNet – 1/31/11
– Christopher Daniels defeated ROH TV Champion Eddie Edwards to win the title

Best in the World 2011 – New York City, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom – June 26, 2011
– El Generico defeated ROH TV Champion Christopher Daniels to win the title at 19:30 with the Ole Kick and top rope brainbuster after blocking the champion’s attempt of hitting the Best Moonsault Ever while wearing the title belt (Daniels’ last appearance)

Chicago Ridge, IL – Frontier Fieldhouse – August 13, 2011
ROH on Sinclair – 10/1/11:
Jay Lethal defeated ROH TV Champion El Generico to win the title

Showdown in the Sun Day 2 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – War Memorial Auditorium – March 31, 2012 (matinee)
ROH on Sinclair – 4/21/12: Blind Destiny Challenge: Roderick Strong (w/ Truth Martini) pinned ROH TV Champion Jay Lethal to win the title at 13:21 with Death by Roderick after Tomasso Ciampa, who sat ringside for the match, rammed Lethal into the ringpost behind the referee’s back; following the ring entrances, Ciampa walked to the ring with the stolen TV title belt, took the mic, said he was a man of his word for bringing the belt back, and said if Lethal made the non-title match a title match and beat Strong then he would shake his hand and tell him he is the better man; Lethal then accepted and said he would beat Ciampa’s ass and take what was his if he didn’t live up to his end of the bargain; after the bout, Ciampa threw the belt into the ring for Strong

6/29/12; Baltimore, MD; Du Burns Arena
– Adam Cole pinned ROH TV Champion Roderick Strong (w/ Truth Martini) to win the title at around the 20-minute mark with a superkick and the Florida Key; prior to the bout, Strong shook Cole’s hand, then dropkicked him as Cole also shook Martini’s hand; late in the bout, Michael Elgin appeared ringside but did not interfere, as instructed to by Martini

11th Anniversary Show – Chicago Ridge, IL – Frontier Fieldhouse – March 2, 2013
– Matt Taven (w/ Truth Martini) pinned ROH TV Champion Adam Cole to win the title