Johnathan Gresham’s new promotion, TERMINUS, held it’s first ever show last night. It was the first ever show the company has put on, and was broadcast live on pay-per-view from Atlanta, Georgia. The show was put on by Johnathan Gresham, former Ring of Honor star who has been making waves in recent years in wrestling.
Gresham main evented the inaugural show, defending his ROH Original World Championship against Josh Alexander. ROH Champion Bandido also defended his championship against Baron Black in another main event calibre match. Other stars of wrestling included AEW wrestlers Keira Hogan and Daniel Garcia.
All TERMINUS matches are fought under a specific rule set. According to the company guidelines themselves, the rules are as follows;
“All matches can be won by pinfall, submission, knockout, or disqualification – unless a substitute stipulation is agreed upon by the wrestlers in the match. There will also be five-second count outs. Time limits will be strictly enforced, with all matches except championship bouts having a 15-minute time limit. Championship matches will have a 20-minute time limit.”
TERMINUS All Roads Lead Here Results
Lee Moriarty defeated Josh Woods
Terminal Eliminator Match: Daniel Garcia defeated JDX, Invictus Khash & Adam Priest
Mike Bennett defeated Moose by Disqualification
Diamante defeated Janai Kai
IMPACT Digital Media Championship: Jordynne Grace (c) defeated Kiera Hogan
ROH World Championship: Bandido (c) defeared Baron Black
Dante Caballero & Joe Keys defeated Tracy Williams & Fred Yehi
Pure Rules Match for the ROH Original World Championship: Jonathan Gresham (c) drew with Josh Alexander
Jonathan Gresham retained ROH Original World Championship