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After Good Times, Great Memories, Ring of Honor entered a new era, but lost several main event talents. Colt Cabana had left ROH for World Wrestling Entertainment. Likewise, Christopher Daniels left to focus on Total Nonstop Action, and with Daniels gone, Allison Danger also left ROH. It was later revealed that Shingo’s extended tour in Ring of Honor had ended, and he left in order to focus more on his home promotion, Dragon Gate. Then, on April 30, Ring of Honor announced they were moving to pay-per-view. The news forced Total Nonstop Action to pull their last two contracted wrestlers, Austin Aries and Homicide, from ROH. As was with Allison Danger and Christopher Daniels, with Homicide gone, Julius Smokes became the seventh person to leave Ring of Honor.
- Jimmy Rave defeated Pelle Primeau
- Daizee Haze defeated Nikki Roxx
- Kevin Steen & El Generico defeated Jason Blade & Eddie Edwards
- Claudio Castagnoli defeated Bobby Fish
- Bryan Danielson defeated Shane Hagadorn (w/ Adam Pearce)
- Bryan Danielson defeated Adam Pearce
- No Remorse Corps (Roderick Strong, Davey Richards & Rocky Romero) defeated Bryan Danielson & The Resilience (Matt Cross & Erick Stevens)
- Tank Toland (w/Bobby Dempsey) defeated Mitch Franklin
- Naomichi Marufuji defeated Matt Sydal
- KENTA defeated Delirious
- The Briscoe Brothers (Jay & Mark Briscoe) defeated Takeshi Morishima & BJ Whitmer to retain the ROH World Tag Team Championship
|Kevin Steen & El Generico vs. Jason Blade & Eddie Edwards|