Kelly Klein def. Jenny Rose
To be completely honest, this was the only match during the entire Ring of Honor television taping that I didn't pay too much attention to that night. Instead, I was checking out the merchandise stand. Upon seeing it for a second time, however, I realized it was a pretty decent matchup, despite some sloppy spots here and there. Klein went over in decisive fashion as she should have, but Rose looked fine in defeat. As I've said in the past, I'm happy the women are getting more TV time from week to week.
Eli Isom, Kenny King and Chuckie T. def. SoCal Uncensored, Jonathan Gresham, Alex Shelley & LSG, Silas Young, Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas, and Shane Taylor & The Dawgs in an ROH World Six-Man TaG Team Championship No. 1 contender's Gauntlet Match
The six-man tag team division hasn't been lighting the world in ROH since its inception in late 2016, but it was cool to see it showcased in the main event of this show and to see the match receive as much time as it did. All four mini matches were a ton of fun and I liked how there were a few different combinations of tandems that we wouldn't normally get. I fully expected SoCal Uncensored to go over since they have unfinished business with The Kingdom, but the makeshift trio of Isom, King and Chuckie winning was a pleasant surprise (especially with newcomer Isom scoring the deciding fall), which should make for a great six-man tag team title match sometime soon.
If I'm not mistaken, this should wrap up the ROH TV taping from New York City because I don't remember any other matches being taped. It was a great night in the Big Apple and I loved reliving my experience there from last month, but fallout from the Best in the World pay-per-view is long overdue and I assume we'll finally get it on next week's episode. At any rate, this was a straightforward yet solid edition of ROH TV with a fine outing from the women and an entertaining Gauntlet main event that established new contenders to the six-man tag titles.