LSG def. Tony Deppen
I still don't know much about Deppen, so the pre-match sit-down interview helped. Plus, he took Dragon Lee to the limit for the ROH World Television Championship at Final Battle in December and I was impressed by that, so I knew he had something. Speaking of impressive, LSG has really shined since the relaunch of Ring of Honor last year. Originally, I had no expectations for him as a singles star, but he's been terrific both in the ring and with the sit-down interviews. This was a fun little match with the right outcome. I hope LSG continues to rise in the ranks because he has major upside that should be capitalized on.
Wheeler Yuta and The Foundation (ROH World Tag Team Champion Jay Lethal and Rhett Titus) def. Fred Yehi and The Foundation (ROH Pure Champion and ROH World Tag Team Champion Jonathan Gresham and Tracy Williams)
If this looks random on paper, that's because it was, but for good reason. The Foundation wanted to remind viewers of ROH's roots, so they decided to split up into two different trios and team up with Yuta and Yehi, two guys we got a good look at in the ROH Pure Championship Tournament. I'm not sure if they're officially under any sort of contract to the company, but it was really cool to see them spotlighted here. It was confusing at times trying to remember who was on what team, but otherwise, the action was entertaining. I was hoping either Yuta or Wheeler would pick up the win for their team, but that's a minor nitpick.
This was another one of those editions of ROH TV that didn't look overly exciting on paper but ended up being an enjoyable hour of wrestling. LSG vs. Deppen was well-wrestled and the main event was very good. I also appreciated that they announced next week's matches, which will feature The Briscoes vs. Dragon Lee and the returning Kenny King as well as Shane Taylor Promotions challenging MexiSquad for the ROH Six-Man World Tag Team Championship.