ROH: New Six-Man Champions crowned on AEW Dynamite

The Ring of Honor Six-Man titles are on another big group, but will they bring their act to Honor Club on Thursdays?
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On this week's AEW Dynamite, Mogul Embassy (Brian Cage, Toa Liona, and Bishop Kaun) defended their ROH Six-Man Titles against Bullet Club Gold (Jay White and Austin and Colten Gunn). The champions have defended their titles in both ROH and AEW. After 77 days, the current streak for Mogul Embassy came to an end (they previously held the titles for 284 days).

Bang Bang Gang member, Juice Robinson, was taken out by The Devil's Masked Men several months ago. They also took out The Acclaimed around the same time. Following the reveal of The Devil and his Masked Men, Bullet Club Gold and The Acclaimed have had an mutual understaning, Max Caster suggested they become the Bang Bang Scissor Gang.

During Wednesday's match, Prince Nana was going to hit White with a title. He was stopped by Anthony Bowens. After they won, the AEW Trios champions came out to the top of the ramp and tried to get the new Six-Man champions to scissor them.

Bullet Club Gold is an interesting choice to hold the ROH Six-Man titles. White just completed a stellar showing in the inaugural Continental Classic. The Gunns weren't allowed to be ringside for those matches. They haven't competed much as a tag team lately.

A major concern is if they will defend their new belts on Honor Club. While some of the belts are defended between brands, wrestlers who are primarily in AEW don't tend to wrestle in Honor Club. The previous ROH Tag Team champions, Better Than You Bay Bay never took the time to go to Honor Club. Before episode 47 of ROH TV, the ROH tag titles hadn't been defended since July 2023. The current champions had not competed on Honor Club since the same month.

However, two members of Bullet Club Gold have ties to ROH. "Switchblade" was sent on excursion from NJPW to ROH from 2016 to 2017. Austin was a runner up in the 2017 ROH Top Prospect. White stated that winning the Six-Man titles was the "completion of a seven-to-eight year journey. I was part of the inaugural Ring of Honor Six-Man championship tournament and here tonight, the Bang Bang Gang with gold."

Although they're the "Collision Cowboys", hopefully fans will see them in Honor Club regularly with Supercard of Honor coming up on April 5.

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