Winner: Kevin Steen.
2. Brian Cage (3rd Battle of Los Angeles) defeated Tommaso Ciampa (1st Battle of Los Angeles). Scary spot near the beginning of the match where Ciampa went to powerbomb Cage on the outside on to a chair, but it looked like Ciampa didn't get Cage up all the way and dropped Cage on his head (I was on the opposite side of the ring and didn't see how he landed, but that's what I assume happened.) Cage was on the ground for a few minutes while refs checked on him. Ciampa sat in the corner looking upset, as he didn't know if Cage was hurt or not. Ref started to count Cage out, but he made it back to the ring and they continued on for about 10 minutes with Cage picking up the win. I talked to Cage for a minute after the show and he said he was out of it for part of the match.
3. Johnny Gargano (1st Battle of Los Angeles) defeated Willie Mack (3rd Battle of Los Angeles).
4. Roderick Strong (8th Battle of Los Angeles) defeated AR Fox (1st Battle of Los Angeles).
Intermission. Wrestlers were out selling their stuff again around the ring.
5. Drake Younger (2nd Battle of Los Angeles) defeated Joey Ryan (2010 Battle of Los Angeles Winner). Another entertaining match with some comedy spots thrown in. Drake went under the ring and got a burlap bag. He poured the contents out which ended up being candy. He eventually ended up in them and sold it as if it were thumbtacks. Joey went to the back to get his own bag, pouring it to reveal Legos. He ended up in them, giving Drake the win.
6. ACH (1st Battle of Los Angeles) defeated Anthony Nese (1st Battle of Los Angeles). This was another good match, but for some reason, I can't remember for sure who won. I want to say ACH won, though.
7. Kyle O'Reilly (2nd Battle of Los Angeles) defeated Trent Baretta (1st Battle of Los Angeles). Another very good match.
8. Michael Elgin (2nd Battle of Los Angeles) defeated Rich Swann (1st Battle of Los Angeles). Crowd had a lot of fun singing"All Night Long" during Swann's entrance and during the match. Good match.
9. Adam Cole & The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) defeated TJ Perkins & Forever Hooligans (Rocky Romero & Alex Koslov). A good main event that got a lot better later in to the match. Cole and the Bucks made a few jokes about TJ's Manik persona.