Welcome to this week's Ring of Honor TV coverage from Wrestling Inc! Tonight's show features a main event triple threat match between Kyle O'Reilly, AJ Styles and Adam Cole
Young Bucks vs. Silas Young & Beer City Bruiser (w/ The Boys)
Matt Jackson drops Silas with a dropkick, and the Boys, dressed like greasers, instinctively fan him off. Nick Jackson hits the ring and lands a slingshot facebuster on Young, and an apron moonsault on Bruiser. When he gets back in the ring, Young drills him with a backbreaker, but the Bucks hit Superkicks #1 & #2 on their opponents. Young takes to the mic and says the Boys have to face the Bucks now. Uh oh.
Superkick #3 gets one of the boys, as Matt is not impressed. One of the Boys grabs a headlock on Nick, but it doesn't do any damage. Silas grabs the foot of Nick, allowing one of the Boys to dropkick him. Nick comes back by "too sweeting" the Boy's face. Superkicks #4 and #5 hit, followed by an assisted backbreaker.
Nick accidentally kicks Matt, and one of the Boys hits a dropkick and a huracanrana on both of them. Superkicks #6 and #7 put a stop to all of that. Double More Bang For Your Buck wins it.
Winners: Young Bucks via pinfall (Double More Bang For Your Buck)
Young and the Bruiser harass the Boys after the match. Bruiser eats Superkick #8, but Young escapes.
- BJ Whitmer is out by the ring, as we see why Corino got fired two weeks ago, clocking Whitmer. Kevin Kelly says that Veda Scott is filing legal action against ROH for unsafe working environments. Mark Briscoe and Nigel McGuinness are on commentary with Kevin Kelly this week.
Will Ferrara vs. Roderick Strong
A Strong dropkick and backbreaker get a quick two count. Strong retains control after Ferrara tries to fight back, wrenching at the chin and neck of Ferrara. Strong is looking dominant, working over Ferrara relentlessly with a body slam and a knee drop.
Ferrara hits a DDT out of nowhere, then a tornado DDT on the floor. Strong slugs Ferrara with a knee, then applies the Strong Hold to earn the submission win.
Winner: Roderick Strong via submission (Strong Hold)
- Jay Lethal replaces Mark Brisoe on commentary before the match. McGuinness throws Young Bucks, Kingdom, Elgin, Maria and Fish all out before the match starts.
AJ Styles vs. Adam Cole vs. Kyle O'Reilly
Cole tries to dip out of the ring, but Styles clotheslines him. A dive from Styles takes out O'Reilly briefly, but Kyle comes back and applies an armbar. Cole hits a fisherman's suplex while O'Reilly German suplexes him, but it only gets a two count. Styles dives on O'Reilly, Cole dives on Styles, and all three men are hurt early.
In the ring, Cole attacks the leg of Kyle O'Reilly. They trade strikes, but Cole kicks the leg of O'Reilly. Kyle pulls a guillotine on Cole, and Styles flies through the air and takes him out with a forearm smash. O'Reilly armbars both men, but Styles breaks one of them up with a big knee drop to O'Reilly's face.
We return from commercial to see Cole superkicking everyone. O'Reilly manages to clothesline Cole, then get a two count off of a brainbuster. O'Reilly locks Styles in a triangle, which AJ almost turns into a Styles Clash. Cole knocks AJ out with a superkick, then drops O'Reilly's head across his knee for the win.
Winner: Adam Cole via pinfall
All of the groups come back and brawl, with the Young Bucks diving onto everyone. Kingdom end up eating a double IndyTaker. Lethal and Styles are face to face in the ring to close the show.