Welcome to Wrestling Inc's coverage of Ring of Honor TV. The Young Bucks, Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly are all set for tonight's show.
Young Bucks vs. War Machine
War Machine beats the brakes of of Young Bucks to kick it off, and Nick Jackson gets press slammed over the top rope onto Matt. When they follow the Bucks outside, they eat Superkicks #1 and #2. This doesn't bother War Machine, as they toss the Bucks into each other.
Superkicks #3 and #4 to Rowe and Hansen outside set up a swanton off of the apron, as the crowd goes nuts. Hansen is alone inside and gets double teamed by the Bucks, as they land a splash/Moonsault combo. Hansen gets up, and doesn't seem hurt in the least. He clotheslines both of the Jacksons to the mat, only to get Superkicks #5 and #6. Nick Jackson appears to injure his ankle, and we go to commercial.
We come back and see Matt Jackson wrestling by himself, and AJ Styles comes out to check on his Bullet Club brother Nick. Matt is really getting dominated in the ring, being tossed all over the place. Matt fights back, and AJ Styles joins the match somehow. He gets a hot tag and runs through Rowe.
Styles accidentally bumps the ref, which allows Matt to hit Superkicks #7 and #8. Nick comes in and hits #9 and #10. Bloody Sunday, Styles Clash, pin. Bullet Club wins as Nick sneaks in and interferes
Winners: Bullet Club via pinfall (Styles Clash)
- Adam Cole is backstage and says he doesn't think there is any dissension between he and Kingdom, and says his friendship with Kyle O'Reilly is independent from his work with Kingdom. He puts over O'Reilly as his best friend.
Cedric Alexander (w/ Veda Scott) vs. Romantic Touch
Caprice Coleman is on commentary. Cedric jumps Touch from behind and dominates early. Touch bounces him from the ring and hits a crash and burn. Cedric low blows him as Veda holds on to Romantic Touch's leg. Lumbar Check for the win.
Winner: Cedric Alexander via pinfall (Lumbar Check)
Veda Scott tells Cedric to rip off Touch's mask to expose Rhett Titus. Coleman stops him, and Moose makes the save with Stokely at his side.
- Jay Lethal and Truth Martini are backstage, and Lethal says he'll be the greatest champion in the world. He wants everyone to find out he's the best wrestler in the world, and says he'll keep proving it. Martini says Lethal is a legend in the making.
- We see this week's Inside ROH.
Adam Cole vs. Kyle O'Reilly
The two start off reversing each other, but Adam Cole gets the best of the first grappling exchange. O'Reilly applies a headlock, and try as he might, Cole can't get out of it for several minutes. O'Reilly holds onto it through backdrops, suplexes, everything. Cole finally gets outside and sends Kyle into the barricade, then pie faces Chris Daniels, who is on commentary. Daniels attacks and causes a DQ.
Winner: Adam Cole via DQ
Cole and Kyle fight off Daniels, but Kaz makes the save. The crowd chants "Future Shock." Future Shock challenges Addiction, and it's on.
Future Shock vs. Addiction
Daniels is in street clothes, and Future Shock is dominating early. We come back from a commercial and Addiction uses cheap tactics to gain the advantage. Cole gets the hot tag, and hits a huge suplex/neckbreaker on Daniels. All four men are in the ring and Cole rolls up Daniels for the win.
Winners: Future Shock via pinfall
Sabin hits the ring and helps addiction, but Bobby Fish makes a save. Kingdom appears on the ramp, and nobody trusts anybody.