ROH World Tag Team Champions La Faccion Ingobernable (Kenny King and ROH World Television Champion Dragon Lee) def. ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions S.O.S.
This stemmed from King and Lee attacking S.O.S. last week. We haven't seen much of S.O.S. in standard tag team action over the last year, but they're an impressive duo and took the fight to La Faccion Ingobernable here. This was a very good match and I appreciated that there was minimal interference from other members of their respective factions. S.O.S. were protected in defeat, so it will be interesting to see if this feud continues.
The Foundation (Jay Lethal, Jonathan Gresham, Tracy Williams and Rhett Titus) def. Eli Isom, Taylor Rust, World Famous CB and Joe Keys
Lethal told Isom to find four pure wrestlers to oppose them in an eight-man tag team match. The Foundation are without gold at the moment for the first time in a long time, so this was a necessary rebound win for them. These eight athletes were given a ton of time, allowing Isom's team to look credible in defeat. This wasn't an overly exciting affair, but it was well-wrestled and what the Pure division in Ring of Honor is all about.
This was a fairly straightforward, middle-of-the-road show. Both bouts had solid action and the tag titles being on the line in the opener helped make it more meaningful. The main event didn't seem to accomplish anything in the grand scheme of things, but it was enjoyable enough. We also heard briefly from Vincent at the end of the episode, indicating it may not be long before he gets his shot at the NXT North American Championship. Next week's edition will be "Pure vs. Violence" themed with members of The Foundation taking on members of Violence Unlimited.