Donovan Dijak (w/ Truth Martini) vs. Moose (w/ Stokely Hathaway)
Moose tosses Dijak outside of the ring and then chucks the 2015 Top Prospect Tournament winner into the guard rail. Dijak answers by chokeslamming Moose into the apron, and then hits an Asai moonsault. Dijak goes for another moonsault inside the ring, but eats knees from Moose. Dijak then gets dropkicked and sent outside again, where Moose does a flip dive to the outside.
The two slug it out in the middle of the ring, trading big boots until Dijak hits a chokeslam backbreaker for a two count. Moose counters an irish whip by landing an insane flying enziguri and a spear for the win.
Winner: Moose via pinfall (Spear)
Cedric Alexander comes out all taped up from his match with Moose weeks ago.
Cedric Alexander (w/ Veda Scott) vs. Dalton Castle
Castle comes out much more aggressive than usual, beating the hell out of Alexander in the corner. Castle hits a nice deadlift gutwrench suplex, but comes up empty on a running boot, which allows Veda Scott to hold his leg, and Cedric Alexander to clock Castle with a couple of big dropkicks. Castle fights back with chops and gets the Banarang for the win..
Winner: Dalton Castle via pinfall (Bangarang)
Veda Scott yells at Nigel McGuinness for sanctioning the No DQ match at All-Star Extravaganza. Veda Scott says ROH is an unsafe work environment, and they profited off the pain of Scott and Cedric. She says they'll settle this in the court room.
- Jay Lethal and Truth Martini come out to the ring, but are interrupted by Roderick Strong. He says Truth Martini is the only reason Jay Lethal has any titles, or is even in ROH. Lethal screams at Strong, and tells him he's at the end of the line for the World title, and tells Nigel to get in the ring and explain it. McGuinness says it's true, and that AJ Styles it the top contender for the world title. Nigel McGuinness says there's no top contender for the TV title, and books them against each other for a future episode of ROH TV.
- We get this week's Inside ROH.
Kingdom (w/ Maria Kanellis) vs. Michael Elgin & reDRagon
Bobby Fish takes out Cole and Bennett early with his corner flip, and Elgin does a dive of his own while O'Reilly has Taven in a rope-hung armbar. The babyfaces work over the already damaged arm of Taven in their own corner. After a commercial, we see Elgin land a big hanging vertical suplex. Bobby Fish eventually is taken out by Kingdom when the numbers game becomes too much, and catches a beating in Kingdom's corner. This goes on for several minutes, as Fish struggles to make it to his own corner.
Fish hits an exploder suplex, but Taven tags in to prevent Fish from getting out. He eats a Samoan drop, and Elgin gets the hot tag and obliterates everyone, including a double powerslam on Taven and Bennett for a two count. Bennett avoids a Buckle bomb, but doesn't avoid a biycle kick and a lariat. Taven meets the same fate as Elgin no-sells two superkicks until after.
O'Reilly is tagged in and applies a rear-naked choke on Adam Cole. Fish runs Taven through the guardrail, but Taven recovers to hit Kyle with a double superkick. Elgin eats one too, and he sells this one. Proton Pack and a shining wizard aren't enough to pin O'Reilly. Elgin Buckle Bombs Bennett into Taven, then reDRagon hit Chasing the Dragon for the win.
Winners: reDRagon & Michael Elgin via pinfall (Chasing the Dragon)
Kingdom attacks after the bell, but run off. Kyle O'Reilly calls them "butt buddies" on syndicated TV. He wants to face Cole, but Nigel McGuinness can't book the match. He books AJ Styles vs. Adam Cole vs. Kyle O'Reilly for next week's TV.