LSG def. Joe Keys
These two were the last remaining competitors in a Battle Royal a few weeks ago. The winner would be able to pick which rankings they wanted to enter for either the ROH World Television Championship or the ROH Pure Championship. Keys was right when he said in his pre-match promo that he's always been known as the "ROH Dojo" guy, but it was nice to hear him get some mic time for a change. He gave it a good effort and the match was well-wrestled, but LSG had to win here and I'm glad he did. LSG revealed backstage afterward he'll be entering the Pure division.
Violence Unlimited (ROH World Television Champion Tony Deppen, Brody King, Chris Dickinson and Homicide) def. The Foundation (ROH Pure Champion Jonathan Gresham, Jay Lethal and ROH World Tag Team Champions Tracy Williams and Rhett Titus)
Violence Unlimited haven't been around very long, so I'm surprised we saw this multi-man tag team match so early on in the feud. I guess Lethal vs. King one-on-one is the bigger attraction, which has since been announced for Best in the World. Despite the rushed build, this was a wild main event with everyone getting their time to shine. They constantly kept things moving and delivered some entertaining action. This was a huge win for Violence Unlimited and King pinning Lethal for the victory helps him get back on track and re-establishes him as an important player.
This was a solid show on the whole where the time flew by thanks to the two featured bouts getting plenty of time. I didn't have a ton of interest in LSG vs. Keys coming into the episode, but at least it had stakes and the right guy won. The Foundation vs. Violence Unlimited is worth checking out and sets up a big match for Best in the World. We also found out that Survival of the Fittest is coming back with Round 1 kicking off next week.