Rok-C def. Quinn McKay in a ROH Women's Championship Tournament Quarterfinal Match
McKay plays the underdog role exceptionally role and definitely has potential. She's shown improvement in the few matches we've seen her have on Ring of Honor TV, but this wasn't her match to win. There was no need for her to win when Rok-C is clearly the better and more experienced competitor of the two. This was a perfectly solid opener. I'm curious if we'll continue to see McKay in the ring after this.
Miranda Alize def. Nicole Savoy in a ROH Women's Championship Tournament Quarterfinal Match
These two have plenty of history from their time in other promotions. Alize has shown a lot of personality in the promos we've heard her cut, while it's well documented that Savoy is very good. Thus, this easily could have gone either way, yet I was still shocked when Savoy lost because she felt like a favorite to win the whole thing. Hopefully ROH will continue to utilize her. This was definitely the better of the two women's matches on this show.
Demonic Flamita def. Rey Horus in a No Disqualification Match
These two have been feuding for months and they previously clashed at Best in the World. This was another very entertaining encounter from them as they more than made the most of the extreme stipulation by taking their fight all around the ring. They really went all out here and produced some crazy spots. My only regret is that there wasn't a live crowd to give them the reaction they deserved. Flamita teased going after ROH World Champion Bandido following his win, which would make sense given their history in MexiSquad.
The ROH Women's Championship Tournament rolls on with more matches on this show and coming next week as well. Most of the matchups have been well-wrestled and it's been cool to see so many fresh faces. However, the best part of this episode was undoubtedly the terrific No Disqualification main event. Seek that out when you have time. Next week, Dragon Lee will defend the ROH World Championship against Eli Isom.