The first show saw Adam Cole in his first match since winning the world title the night before. Cole beat ACH in that match. After the match,
Nigel McGuinness came out and announced an eight-man tag team match for "Glory by Honor," and if Cole is pinned in the match, whoever pins him gets an instant title shot. The first four men in the match are Cole, Kevin Steen, Michael Elgin and Tomasso Ciampa. Jay Briscoe came out and said he will be cleared by then and wants in.
The other matches on the card included Roddy Strong beating Mike Mondo, Marshall Law losing to Outlaw Inc., and Matt Taven successfully defending his TV title against Jay Lethal.
The second show started with the return of Mark Briscoe, who beat Tadarius Thomas.
After that, Adam Cole cut his first promo since winning the title, but he was interupted by Michael Elgin and then Jay Briscoe.
The other matches saw Michael Bennett and Maria beat Bullet Bob and Cheeseburger. After the match, Bennett bragged about ending BJ Whitmer's career, but Kevin Steen came out and confronted him about it.
The main event saw reDRagon beat Forever Hooligans. After that match, Outlaws Inc charged in and attacked the champions.
In the third show they taped, Jimmy Jacobs made his return and beat Silas Young in his first match back.
Davey Richards beat Ricky Marvin in the next match and then Eddie Edwards beat Kevin Steen in the main event. Before the main event, Bennett attacked Steen and piledrove him. After the match, he attacked again, but Steen hit the package piledriver on him. After the match, Kevin Steen called Eddie Edwards the "best in the world."
Ring of Honor television airs on Saturdays on the Sinclair network.