— The Video on Demand iPPV for House of Hardcore 2 is now available online here.
— The crowd for the show was in the 1,000 to 1,100 range, which Tommy Dreamer said was a profit for the promotion. Dreamer noted on Sunday that he will be running a third show sometime this year, probably in the fall. He said that he is spacing things out in order to ensure that the shows are meaningful when they take place and don’t conflict with other big events.
— Ric Flair did an autograph signing before the show but didn’t work or appear on the show. He was there with JJ Dillon and his girlfriend, Fifi the Maid from WCW. They left before the show began.
— Brian Kendrick worked the show despite suffering a neck injury the previous night. Crowbar worked with a tricep tear; he had intended his match to be his retirement match, but didn’t tell House of Hardcore ahead of time and changed his mind mid-match.