1. Hanson vs. Andrew Everett.
If Hanson was in WWE, he'd be cast as a member of the Wyatt Family with the beard he has. Seriously. However, he's got more of a workrate than the mutated grandsons of Jed Clampett, based on what I've seen. Everett hit a springboard shooting star press on a standing Hanson on the floor, but when he tried the same thing, from the outside in, Hanson was ready for him with a spin kick. Ballgame over, and Hanson moves on to the finals vs. Raymond Rowe.
2. Michael Bennett (w/Maria Kanellis) vs. Cedric Alexander.
Pre-match, Maria cut a promo on Kevin Steen, based on what happened at Final Battle. She claimed Bennett had created a new finisher, but I highly doubt that's really the case. I have more to say about Maria in the Reaction Zone. Very good bout, which got plenty of time. Bennett kept Alexander grounded as much as possible. Hit the Box Office Smash for 2. Tried the TKO, but that was blocked. A late rally by Alexander was snuffed when Bennett laid him out with a lariat, setting up-------the Anaconda Vice, which Kelly called, and Corino, being an idiot, pretended he didn't know it existed. What a tool. Alexander tapped out in seconds.
Winner: Michael Bennett.
Nigel McGuinness joins the announcers for the main event.
3. AJ Styles vs. Roderick Strong.
I can remember when Styles was in WCW in its dying days, as 1/2 of a tag team called Air Raid. A few World titles later, Styles is back with ROH after a lengthy period where he was pretty much tied down in TNA. Considering the sorry state of that promotion, which he once said he built, Styles should be much happier in ROH. Easily the best match on the show. Strong definitely had control for much of the first half of the match, before Styles took over. It was a matter of when, not if, Styles would hit the Pele, which Kelly didn't call. Applied the Calf Killer, but Strong forced a rope break. Sick kick got just 2. Strong emptied out the arsenal, but Styles hit the Styles Clash, and made his return a successful one.
Winner: AJ Styles.
Post-match, Jimmy Jacobs & BJ Whitmer, the other 2/3 of The Decade, attacked Styles, while the ref attended to Strong. However, Jay Lethal, Mark Briscoe, and others cleared the ring of Whitmer & Jacobs to end the show.