Lifeblood def. Vincent and Bateman by Disqualification
(From my Honor Reigns Supreme review...) I figured Lifeblood would have gone their separate ways because of the big win Mark Haskins picked up over Bully Ray at Final Battle, but apparently not. I guess we're just going to forget all about that. Haskins and Tracy Williams work wonderfully together, but I'm not feeling this new gimmick that Vincent and Bateman are doing as I find it to be boring. The disqualification finish didn't help matters and left the door open for a potential rematch I don't care about seeing.
ROH World Tag Team Champions Jay Lethal & Jonathan Gresham and Jeff Cobb & Dan Maff def. The Bouncers and 2 Guys 1 Tag
(From my Honor Reigns Supreme review...) Yes, Silas Young and Josh "The Goods" Woods are actually calling their tag team 2 Guys 1 Tag. I'm not even sure what to say about that. At any rate, this was a super enjoyable eight-man tag team match. Babyfaces teaming with heels made for an interesting dynamic (especially when you consider The Bouncers have history with Young) and it was well wrestled the whole way through. Lethal and Gresham will face Cobb and Maff at Free Enterprise.
There's usually at least one original match on these editions of ROH TV that hasn't aired anywhere else before, but this show solely featured recaps and replays from Honor Reigns Supreme, which was well over a month ago at this point. What's weirder is that there was hype for Lethal and Gresham vs. Cobb and Maff, yet it'll be Lethal and Gresham defending their ROH World Tag Team Championship against Marty Scurll and Flip Gordon at the 18th Anniversary Show instead. How they haven't gotten to airing highlights from Free Enterprise yet is beyond me. The two matches on this show were solid, but if you've already seen them, then this episode can easily be skipped over.