Eli Isom def. Shane Taylor, Flip Gordon and Chris Sabin in a Four Corner Survival Match
Yes, this was a totally random match with no real rhyme or reason behind it, but I enjoyed it for what it was and thought all four men had solid showings. The pace was kept consistent throughout and the in-ring action was entertaining. I certainly did not see Isom's win coming, and it's not the first time he's picked up an upset victory on ROH TV, so I'm curious if this was supposed to mark the beginning of a mini push for him. Unfortunately, the focus was not on him afterward but rather on Taylor and Gordon, who went at it briefly.
ROH World Television Champion Punishment Martinez def. Aaron Solow
Not that it really matters for anything, but Solow is actually married to WWE's Bayley. He's a decent enough athlete and he fared well for himself here, but it didn't help that we didn't hear from him at all before this bout. Fans had zero reason to believe that he was going to beat Martinez for the title, and although it was a nice little match, the outcome was never in doubt. Based off what happened at Death Before Dishonor, though, it looks like Jeff Cobb will be next in line for a shot at the strap.
ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions Cody and The Young Bucks def. Silas Young, Beer City Bruiser and Brian Milonas
I honestly forgot Cody and The Young Bucks were the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions because of everything else Cody is doing at the moment. Those titles are pretty pointless, but at least the matches are always a treat. Young teased tension with Bruiser and Milonas by walking out on them at the end, but this was a fun main event otherwise. It's cool to see Young back to being featured prominently on the program in this angle with Bully Ray.
Per usual, it will be a while until we get any sort of fallout from Death Before Dishonor that aired last Friday night, but this was a fine filler show in the meantime. The opener was above-average, Martinez was dominant in his latest defense of the ROH TV title, and the main event was well-wrestled and furthered a storyline with Young. All in all, it was better than most post-pay-per-view editions of ROH TV and is worth checking out.