Tracy Williams def. World Famous CB in a Pure Rules Match
World Famous CB is the rejuvenated Cheeseburger, who explained in his pre-match interview that he's coming back refreshed with a new attitude and outlook. Despite exuding some heel tendencies, he isn't a heel (as far as I could tell), but ditching the Cheeseburger ring name was long overdue. He was great comic relief, but his career wasn't going to move forward until he became more serious. We saw that here as he took Williams to his limit and had a solid showing. They nearly went the full 15-minute time limit, but Williams went over in the end. This was simple yet storytelling.
Brody King, PCO and The Briscoes vs. La Faccion Ingobernable (ROH World Champion Rush, ROH World Television Champion Dragon Lee and La Bestia del Ring) and Flip Gordon Ended in a No Contest
Gordon had to fill in for Kenny King, but it ended up making a lot of sense given his former ties to King and PCO in Villain Enterprises. PCO and King had a fun feud with The Briscoes over the ROH World Tag Team Championship two years ago and of course Mark and PCO teamed up at Final Battle in January. Finally, Bestia cost King his match against Rush at Final Battle, so all of the intertwining stories made this main event that much better. This got more and more chaotic as it went along, resulting in the referee declaring it a no contest. ROH doesn't usually do non-finishes, but it was logical in this case and it's obviously leading somewhere with The Foundation looking on disgusted from the back.
The pre-match interviews with Williams and World Famous CB were great, but I wish we got a bit more buildup for the main event to make it feel as special as it should have been given the level of talent involved. Maybe Ring of Honor figured it would sell itself because of the history they all have? Nonetheless, it was an entertaining main event and furthered King's feud with La Faccion Ingobernable effectively. This was another quality edition of ROH TV with my only nitpick being that they did nothing to hype up what's on tap for next week. ROH needs to do a better job of that in the future, but otherwise, the weekly product is far more enjoyable on the whole than it has been in years.