- Adam Cole def. Caprice Coleman via Florida Key
- Roderick Strong def. QT Marshall via Stronghold
- Davey Richards def. Cedric Alexander via Texas Cloverleaf
- reDRagon def. TaDarius Thomas & ACH via Armbar on ACH
- Kevin Steen def. Rhino via F5
- Matt Hardy def. Mark Briscoe via Twist of Fate
- SCUM def. Jay Lethal, Michael Elgin & BJ Whitmer via F5 on Lethal
- World Title: Jay Briscoe def. Eddie Edwards via Jay Driller
Adam Cole def. Caprice Coleman
Adam Cole picked up the victory in tonight’s opener with the Florida Key. There was adherence to the Code of Honor after the match, so it looks like Cole only refuses to shake hands when he’s not the one with the victory.
Roderick Strong def. QT Marshall
Strong gets the win after making QT tap out to the Stronghold. After the match, Adam Cole comes out and apologies to Roddy for refusing to shake his hand last week in San Antonio. The two ‘Best in the World 2013’ opponents then shook hands.
Davey Richards def. Cedric Alexander
This was said to have been a fantastic 20+ minute match between the two. Richards got the victory via submission with the Texas Cloverleaf.
— Cedric Alexander (@CedricAlexander) June 9, 2013
reDRagon def. TaDarius Thomas & ACH
TD & ACH won’t be getting an ROH World Tag Team title shot any time soon thanks to reDRagon. The champs picked up the victory via submission with O’Reilly locking an armbar on ACH.
Truth Martini comes out with the Hoopla Hotties and two local strippers. He mentioned them being in some kind of contest, and sent them to the back to prepare for some physical auditions. Truth then brought out his guest, none other than Cheeseburger! He revealed to Truth that he got a boner when kissing Maria at Border Wars. Because of his honesty, he got a lap dance from the Hoopla Hotties. Martini told Cheeseburger that he could kiss the Hotties if he took his pants off. Just as he did, Rhino hit the ring so everyone left. This led to Steen coming out and starting out next contest.
Kevin Steen def. Rhino
Kevin Steen continued his revenge on SCUM by defeating yet another member of the group. He defeated the ‘Man Beast’ with an F5. Steen now has his sights set on Matt Hardy at Best in the World on June 22nd.
Matt Hardy def. Mark Briscoe
The next two challengers for the ROH World Title fought in Columbus with Hardy getting the win the win. Thanks to interference from SCUM, Hardy was able to capitalise and use the Twist of Fate to defeat Mark Briscoe.
SCUM (Jimmy Jacobs, Cliff Compton & Rhett Titus) def. Jay Lethal, Michael Elgin & BJ Whitmer
SCUM picked up another victory over ROH in a ‘No Rules’ 6-man tag team match. Cliff Compton pinned Jay Lethal with an F5 of his own, and Elgin & Whitmer were both visibly pissed off with Lethal after the match.
ROH World Championship
Jay Briscoe (c) def. Eddie Edwards
Said to have been a great main event that saw Jay Briscoe retain the ROH World Title with a Jay Driller.