This week's matches were taped at the most recent Universal Studios tapings in Orlando, Florida.
The Young Bucks and Brandon Cutler defeated Dark Order (Evil Uno, Colt Cabana and Alan "5" Angels)
This opener was about as good as it got for the entire duration of the show.
Tags frequented early on with both Nick and Matt Jackson struggling to gain momentum as Uno and Cabana delivered a plethora of moves. This led to Cutler getting into the match and he immediately had his jacket ripped open, leading to a series of chops from Uno.
The Bucks quickly got tired of Cutler being beat down and made the save. A series of superkicks and reversals followed that saw all six competitors have at least a spot or two. Dark Order looked to be in firm control of the match when Angels came off the top for a splash on Cutler, but the Bucks were in the right spot at the right time and delivered a BTE trigger on "5". Cutler was then thrown on top of Angels by The Bucks for the winning pinfall.
Ruby Soho defeated Ashley D’Amboise
Soho was rocked by a strike from D'Amboise early on, but quickly regained her composure and went on to nail her signature No Future kick for the win.
Josh Woods defeated AC Adams
The last Ring of Honor Pure Champion sent Adams flying about ten feet back with a pump kick before nailing him with his signature float over german suplex for the victory.
Woods cut a promo afterwards expressing his happiness about Tony Khan purchasing ROH.
Ricky Starks defeated Darian Bengston
Starks came off the middle turnbuckle with an axe handle to start the bout. After beating Bengston around the ring with various strikes, the FTW Champion finished the match after hitting his spear-twisting slam combination.
Diamante defeated Session Moth Martina
Martina got off to a good start, but her momentum came to a screeching halt when Diamante delivered a great russian leg sweep. Shortly after, Diamante delivered a rough-looking Code Red for the win.
Dark Order (John Silver & Alex Reynolds) (w/-1) defeated Chaos Project
Serpentico and Silver started out and Silver struggled to get on task as Serpentico kept him grounded. The match changed course when Reynolds entered off the hot tag.
Silver and Reynolds teamed up and delivered a series of double team maneuvers that got them a quick pinfall victory, their second in consecutive nights over Chaos Project.
Leyla Hirsch defeated Marina Tucker
Hirsch delivered a standing suplex to Tucker as the bell rang. After delivering a knee strike, Hirsch quickly tapped out Tucker with an armbar.
Top Flight defeated Invictus Khash and Ariya Daivari
Khash worked over Darius Martin's neck early on, isolating him from his brother, Dante. Daivari got his turn and took the match to the outside, allowing his team to gain an advantage.
When Dante got the hot tag, it spelled the end for Khash and Daivari. The brothers hit a series of both high-flying and rapid fire moves before Darius pinned Khash with a bridging german suplex for the victory,
10 defeated Aaron Solo (w/ QT Marshall)
Solo heckled the crowd for being behind 10, which would only create a distraction that 10 took advantage of. 10 dominated the majority of the match until QT Marshall was kicked out of the building for nearly interfering in the bout. While the referee was distracted, Nick Comoroto came out of nowhere and speared 10 which resulted in a Solo near fall.
10 picked up the pieces quickly after and tapped out Solo with the full nelson submission.
Emi Sakura defeated Shalonce Royal
After playing to the crowd for a short amount of time, Sakura defeated Royal quickly with a twisting Vader Bomb.
Lance Archer defeated Sage Scott
Archer threw Scott into the ring during his entrance. After hitting a few clotheslines and shoulder tackles, Archer finished the match with a Blackout.
Daniel Garcia and 2point0 defeated Luke Sampson, Mike Reed and Shayne Stetson
This was all Garcia and 2point0 as the opposing team never even hit another strike. The bout lasted about 45 seconds until Garcia tapped out Sampson with a sharpshooter.
Frankie Kazarian defeated Jora Johl
Johl showed some resilience against Kazarian early on as he absorbed the majority of Kazarian's offense. This only motivated the "Heavy Metal Rebel" to hit harder as the match went on. Johl had his moments in the match, including a very good big boot spot. He would eventually fall to Kazarian's crossface chicken wing submission.