The Beer City Bruiser vs. Marty Scurll
Bruiser pushes Scurll. Scurll pushes Bruiser. Scurll kicks Bruiser in the midsection. Scurll stomps on Bruiser's fingers before connecting with a dropkick. The fight spills out of the ring. Scurll ducks a clothesline attempt by Bruiser. Scurll chops Bruiser. Scurll strikes Bruiser several times. Bruiser kicks Scurll. Scurll dodges a modified cannonball attempt by Bruiser as we head into a commercial break.
Bruiser strikes Scurll in the ring as we return from the commercial break. Bruiser slams Scurll to the mat before ascending the turnbuckle. Scurll moves out of the way of a Frog Splash attempt by Bruiser. Jay Lethal comes to the entrance way. Scurll connects with a boot to Bruiser. Scurll spikes Bruiser's arm on the top rope. Scurll kicks Bruiser in the face. Bruiser strikes Scurll. Bruiser clotheslines Scurll before pinning him for a two count. Scurll powerbombs Bruiser off the second rope. Scurll moves out of the way of a cannonball attempt by Bruiser from off the apron at ringside. Bruiser inadvertently splashes the referee in the corner of the ring. Scurll strikes Bruiser with his umbrella. Scurll pins Bruiser for the win.
Winner: Marty Scurll
Dalton Castle is shown backstage. Castle talks about stepping onto a wrestling mat for the first time when he was twelve years old. Castle says Cody has made this about more than who's proving who is the best. Castle talks about having had a shot at the World Title before and learning from that. Castle talks about being taken out by Cody. Castle hypes his match with Cody at Final Battle.
A video is shown of The Briscoes showing up at Team 3D Wrestling Academy. The Briscoes break some picture frames and attack wrestling students.
A recap is shown of the Motor City Machine Guns defeating The Kingdom to retain the ROH Tag Team Championship in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida last month.
Adam Page vs. Flip Gordon
They lock up. Page pushes Gordon into a backflip. Page locks in a headlock, Gordon sends him to the ropes. Page hits a shoulder block on Gordon. Gordon dodges several strike attempts by Page. Page sends Gordon out of the ring. Gordon moves out of the way of a baseball slide. Gordon goes for a 450 Splash off the apron, Page moves. Page goes for a Shooting Star Press off the apron, Gordon moves, Page lands on his feet. Gordon goes for a moonsault off the second rope, Page moves out of the way, Gordon lands on his feet. Gordon hits a head-scissors on Page. Gordon kicks Page in the face. Gordon hits a moonsault off the second rope on Page. The fight continues in the ring. Page connects with a boot to Gordon. Page pins Gordon for a one count. Page chops Gordon. Page eventually hits a Modified Suplex on Gordon. Page pins Gordon for a two count. Gordon elbows Page in the face. Gordon kicks Page in the face. Gordon hits an Insiguri on Page. Gordon rolls Page up for a two count. Page connects with a boot to the face of Gordon. Gordon hits a hurricanruna on Page from off the second rope. Gordon hits a Running Shooting Star Press on Page before pinning him for a two count. Page dumps Gordon to the ring apron. Page hits a forearm on Gordon to send him to ringside. Page ascends the turnbuckle. Page hits a moonsault from off the top rope to the outside on Gordon. Page and Gordon exchange chops in the ring. Page superkicks Gordon. Gordon superkicks Page. Gordon hits the Samoan Pop on Page. Gordon hits a Pele Kick on Page. Gordon hits the Star Spangled Stunner on Page. Gordon pins Page for the win.
Winner: Flip Gordon
ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) come to the ring after the match. Matt Jackson is in a referee shirt after the match. As the referee is holding Flip's arm up, Matt switches places with him. Matt asks Flip where he thinks he is going as Nick Jackson superkicks him.
ROH World Champion Cody is shown in the production truck. Cody talks about how if Flip Gordon thinks he is taking the Six-Man Tag-Team Titles, then he is as delusional and naive as Dalton Castle thinking he will take the World Championship from him, as the show comes to a close.