Welcome to this week's coverage of Ring of Honor TV from Wrestling Inc.! This week's show features IWGP Heavyweight Champion Tetsuya Naito taking on Moose, and KUSHIDA against Kyle O'Reilly!
Tetsuya Naito vs. Moose
Moose's inexperience was highlighted on commentary, but he and Naito had a really good match. There was a lot of talk about how good Moose is for his experience level, as well as his athleticism. Mark Briscoe is on commentary and often talks about himself and Roderick Strong instead of the match, which I'm sure he was told to do. Naito ended up getting the win over Moose with Destino. Moose still looked strong, going toe-to-toe with Naito.
Winner: Tetsuya Naito
All Night XPress vs. Cheeseburger and Jushin Thunder Liger
Prior to this match, Liger and Cheeseburger hadn't lost as a team, which Briscoe mentioned on commentary. Cheesburger played the face in peril before Liger came in and cleaned house until Cheesburger got hit with an awesome fireman's carry slam from Kenny King. ANX picked up the victory.
- Roderick Strong comes out and jaw jacks to Mark Briscoe.
- Adam Cole and Young Bucks are seen in the back saying that Adam Cole should be in the world title match, and they'll make their mark at Best in the World.
- Silas Young is out to trash ACH for playing video games and acting like he's a super hero. Young says ACH is a child living in a make believe world. ACH pops out of the crowd and attacks Silas Young.
KUSHIDA vs. Kyle O'Reilly
The story to this match is that KUSHIDA barely beat Kyle O'Reilly last year in an all-time classic, and O'Reilly pledged that within a year he'd be good enough to beat KUSHIDA. It's been under a year, and these two put on another excellent match. The chemistry that these two guys have is as good as any other two men or women in professional wrestling today. The technical wrestling displayed here is an absolute must-watch. These two always do something new and different, and this fit that bill. O'Reilly ended up rolling up KUSHIDA for the win.
Winner: Kyle O'Reilly