thanks to John “The Big Mosh” Masiulionis and “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent for the following:

– Bobby Dempsey def. Five local competitors in the Bobby Dempsey invitational pre show match.

– Jay Briscoe and Roderick Strong not here tonight probably due to inury.

– Tyler Black cut a promo to start off the night interrupted by Austin Aries. Turned into a brawl with Aries, Kenny King and Rhett Titus vs. Tyson Dux, Tyler Black and Mark Briscoe and Skull Crusher Raschke Brown. Austin said he would make a phone call for a fourth man tonight to make it a four on four main event

– Josh and Christian Able def the Flatlineres

– Mr. Wrestling Kevin Steen def Player Dos of the super Smash Brothers with a varied power bomb. After the match, Steen attacked him again with another varied powerbomb.

– Eddie Edwards with Shane Hagadorn def Petey Williams via submission to retain the ROH world television title.

– ROH World Champion Tyler Black, Tyson Dux, Mark Briscoe & Skullkrusher Raschke Brown def Austin Aries, Kenny King, Rhett Titus, & NWA World Heavyweight Champion “Scrap Iron” Adam Pierce; Tyler hit the Gods Last Gift on Titus to score the pinfall.

Colt Cabana def Steve Corino via DQ as a result of outside interference from Kevin Steen, who stormed the ring with a steel chair. El Generico then invaded the ring to run out Steen, who in turn headed back to the locker room.

– Chris Hero w/Shane Hagadorn def El Generico via a double chicken wing sleeper; Kevin Steen came out after the match, called out Colt Cabana, and had an exchange with both mainly focusing on Generico. Steen urged Generico to hit him with a steel chair but before that happened Corino did a run in, attempting to take advantage of the situation; this furthered the feud between all four talents

– Johnny Devine & Jennifer Blake from Wrestlicious were backstage at the event

– Crowd size between 500-700

– Main event: Davey Richards w/Shane Hagadorn def Kenny Omega via submission in match of the night

Crowd concurred with this is awesome chants.

— ROH returns 6/19 to the Ted Reeve Arena in Toronto.