By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Dalton Castle def. Silas Young
Other than AJ Styles, Dalton Castle just might be my favorite wrestler/character in Ring of Honor. He's goofy, but the good kind of goofy and the crowd eats up everything he does. Moreover, he and Young are the perfect rivals with how serious Young's character is. They contested yet another fun match and I like how Young said Castle couldn't beat him on his own without the help of "the boys." Speaking of whom, why would Young want possession of them? Hmm...
Moose def. Will Ferrara
Ferrara hasn't been established much in ROH, so I was confused why he got as much offense as he did over Moose. Despite that, the match was mostly meant to showcase the dominance of Moose, so it was successful in that respect. There wasn't much in the way of storyline progression in his feud with Cedric Alexander, but at least the commentators touched upon it briefly.
The Young Bucks def. Roppongi Vice
Damn! Another excellent match from The Young Bucks, and you had to know this was going to be a ton of fun when Roppongi Vice were announced as their opponents. They were given a great chunk of time and they kept the crowd engaged the entire time. I'm typically not a fan of the immense amount of superkicks the Bucks use in their matches, but I let that subside and just enjoy the action. It technically didn't matter who won, but at least they set something up between The Young Bucks and The Addiction in the weeks to come.
The in-ring action was enjoyable on the whole per usual, but what I really liked from this show was the main event of next week's episode was set up. Adam Cole's promo was very well done and it's about time ROH started their product feel more must-see from week to week. The wrestling is top notch, but its the consistency of their stories they still need to work on.