Preshow match: Watanabe and Will Ferrara defeated Donovan Dijak and Greg James before the show went on the air.

Main card

Jay Lethal retained the ROH Television Title against Bobby Fish via pinfall with the use of the tights countering a heel hook submission

Silas Young defeated Dalton Castle with Misery (the TKO) after a low blow to gain control of The Boys

The Briscoes tag team open challenge was answered by the returning Rhett Titus and Kenny King (The All-Night Xpress). ANX get the upset victory over the Briscoes with a power bomb blockbuster combo. After the match, Adam Page At ringside with BJ Whitmer attempts to attack Jay Briscoe. Kenny King and Rhett Titus come to the rescue of their rivals.

Moose defeated Cedric Alexander in a no DQ match. After using wrenches, ladders and chairs, the two men beat the hell of each other. In the end, Veda Scott got taken out by a super kick. Moose speared Alexander through a table to get the pinfall.

ACH goes 2-1 in his best of five series with Matt Sydal getting the pinfall after a 450

The Kingdom defeats The Addiction and the Young Bucks in a three-way match for the ROH World Tag Team Titles. The ending saw Christopher Daniels take out Maria with a punch to the face. The Young Bucks go for the Meltzer Driver but there was a blind tag by Matt Taven leading to a rollup and the win by the Kingdom. Before the finish, a masked man in a hoodie representing The Knights of the Rising Dawn attacks Christopher Daniels with a super kick doing The Cradle Shock.

AJ Styles wins the number one contender’s four-way match against Roderick Strong, Michael Elgin and Adam Cole for the ROH World Title nailing Adam Cole with the Styles Clash.

ROH World Champion Jay Lethal retained this title against Kyle O’Reilly in the main Event following an attack by Adam Cole on Kyle O’Reilly after a series of run-ins. Lethal hit a Lethal Injection for the win.

The company remains in San Antonio tonight for a television taping. Set for this show:

Jay Briscoe versus Adam Cole (No Holds Barred)

Jay Lethal versus Watanabe for the ROH Television Title

ACH versus Matt Sydal for match number four in the best-of-five series