Josh "The Goods" Woods def. Dalton Castle in a Pure Rules Match
Castle has been in the wrestling news recently as reportedly his Ring of Honor contract expired at the start of the year and he has yet to re-sign, or at least as far as I know. That's why it was interesting that he brought up his losing ways during his pre-match interview. It was the right call to have Woods win in case Castle doesn't return and because Woods is on the rise. This was a very good match and I hope Woods can continue to show more of his serious side. He can be entertaining and I enjoy his alliance with Silas Young, but that aggression would make him the perfect fit for the ROH Pure Championship eventually.
Shane Taylor Promotions (Shane Taylor and Soldiers of Savagery) def. The Foundation (Tracy Williams and ROH World Tag Team Champions Jay Lethal and ROH Pure Champion Jonathan Gresham)
Despite both of these factions being heel, this was a strong main event. The Foundation are all excellent (Rhett Titus usually bores me but he wasn't involved in this thing) and Shane Taylor Promotions is coming along nicely. Taylor is getting the big push at the moment and I'm really happy he got the pinfall victory over Lethal, which is huge for him. You'd think he'd have his sights set on the ROH Pure Championship because Taylor beat Gresham's partner, but the commentators teased him challenging for the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship or the ROH World Championship instead. Either way, I'm all for Taylor holding gold again soon because his ROH World Television Championship reign in 2019 was great.
The weekly ROH TV product continues to be a joy to watch. The sit-down interviews are extremely effective in getting viewers invested in the stories being told and telling you more about the wrestlers. The matches are also top-notch and make sense. What's impressive is that I don't think ROH has its full roster back yet and they're still making the most of who they have available. This was another quality episode of ROH TV.