By Graham "GSM" Matthews
"Hangman" Adam Page def. Jonathan Gresham
It's amazing how much more refreshed Page feels following his heel turn. I couldn't have cared less about him during The Decade, and while I initially thought having him join The Bullet Club would be overkill, it has been the best thing for him and the group. Gresham has performed well in the few times I've seen him on television, and this was a flashy, fun squash match to further Page's momentum. Coming off his clean victory over Jay Briscoe at Death Before Dishonor, I hope ROH fully intends to push him accordingly.
Kamaitachi def. Stuka Jr.
This was my first look at Stuka and he impressed me right off the bat. Kamaitatchi always excels whenever he's in action, but Stuka had a strong showing here and quickly made me take notice of him and his awe-inspiring aerial abilities. I would like to see Kamaitachi build more credibility with wins such as this so he's appears to be more than just the lackey for The Addiction.
IWGP Tag Team Champion Jay Briscoe vs. Jay White Ended in a Draw
I'm not exactly sure where this match came from or why it was held, but hey, I can't complain because I enjoyed the absolute hell out of it. I didn't even realize White was undefeated since arriving in ROH, so the commentators making mention of that gave this match a bigger feel as a result. Not to mention they worked wonderfully together, took a ton of risks and had the crowd behind them the entire time. The non-finish was a slightly underwhelming way to close the show, and the least they could have done was tease the continuation of the contest for a future week.
Needless to say, this was taped prior to Death Before Dishonor, so per usual, this edition of ROH TV didn't feature any fallout from the pay-per-view. While nothing on the show had any storyline significance, all three matches were well-wrestled and excellent in their own way, so the episode is worth watching if you're a fan of entertaining wrestling.