IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions Roppongi Vice and Chuckie T def. The Bullet club
I'm honestly not too aware of Chuck Taylor's work outside of what I've seen from him on Twitter and knowing that he's another tag team partner of Beretta, but he came across like a star in front of this hot crowd. Young Bucks and Roppongi Vice always create magic whenever they're up against each other and this was no exception. The in-ring action was exciting from start to finish and I loved how Rocky Romero went from being jealous of Chuckie T to saving him from a superkick at the end. Roppongi Vice were still the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions at the time this was taped; they dropped the straps back to Young Bucks at NJPW's Dominion event over the weekend.
Jay White and Jonathon Greshman vs. The Rebellion Ended in a No Contest
A great video package aired on White's background in wrestling (which was desperately needed) and his recent feud with Punisher Martinez, so it was weird to then see him in a tag team match against The Rebellion. That said, I understand they need to finish this feud first between Search and Destroy and The Rebellion, and thus this was a fun tag team match concluding in chaos. It was then announced that both factions will do battle at Best in the World with the losing stable being forced to disband, and I really hope that means The Rebellion will be no more next Friday.
Kushida def. Marty Scurll to Win the ROH World Television Championship
Scurll has really raised the prestige of the ROH TV title over the course of his reign since late last year, and additionally, most of his matches as champion have been beyond excellent. Kushida is an awesome wrestler in his own right, so the fact they produced an entertaining main event was no surprise, but what was surprising was Kushida winning the title with the help of the departing Adam Cole. I figured it would be saved for a bigger moment down the line, but the crowd was certainly happy to see Kushida become champion. Hopefully we get one more match from Cole before he officially leaves Ring of Honor, because this would be an odd way to bid farewell without allowing Scurll to get revenge.
All three matches on this show have something to offer, and the TV title change made this a newsworthy night. Scurll vs. Kushida felt like a main event match, while the other two tag bouts successfully furthered feuds. On tap for next week's edition of ROH TV is Hiroshi Tanahashi and The Addiction vs. CHAOS, and although that doesn't make any sense from a storyline standpoint, it should be a blast, regardless.