Caprice Coleman def. Ken Dixon by Disqualification
This stemmed from The Bouncers bullying the commentators on last week's show. Coleman was supposed to face Beer City Bruiser, but Dixon took his spot at the last second. There wasn't anything overly special about the match at all, it was just sort of there. I'm all for Coleman stepping away from the announcers' table and getting in the ring once in a while, but this was bland and boring. A Coleman vs. Bouncers feud does indeed make it feel like the end of Ring of Honor is near. I kid, but not really.
The OGK def. Flip Gordon and PJ Black
We got a complete video package beforehand of the Gordon and Black saga with Gordon thinking he's still in 2018. It's been a fun storyline that's given Gordon something to do and go back to a character that was over at the time. Meanwhile, The OGK are such a well-oiled machine and work well with just about everyone, so this was a very enjoyable affair with some sweet spots mixed in. The OGK keep rolling toward the tag titles (which they have since won as of this writing) and Gordon continues to find himself.
The Righteous (Vincent, Bateman and Dutch) def. The Foundation (Jonathan Gresham, Tracy Williams and Rhett Titus)
Right before the bout started, Vincent aired a clip that was clearly taken out of context with Jay Lethal saying, "I don't even like The Foundation!" That created some tension within the group and led to Lethal walking to the back. Obviously, Lethal is now "all elite" as of this writing, so I'm curious if ROH was aware of his impending departure at the time this was taped and this was their way of writing him off the show. Nonetheless, this was a well-worked main event with The Foundation getting frustrated with following the rules and that was what resulted in their demise. Vincent has a ROH World Championship match in his back pocket, so giving him the win made sense.
The ending to the show was interesting now that we know Lethal is no longer with ROH and won't be appearing at Final Battle next month. This could very well be the last we see of him on ROH TV. The main event was enjoyable and I really liked the tag team match in the middle. The opener did nothing for me, but this episode was pretty solid on the whole. Next week, it will be Brian Johnson vs. John Walters in a Pure Rules match, Mandy Leon vs. Trish Adora vs. Alliysin Kay to determine who advances to the number one contender's match for the ROH Women's World Championship, and Dragon Lee defending the ROH World Television Championship against Dalton Castle.