Josh "The Goods" Woods, Jeff Cobb, Kenny King and Brian Johnson def. Silas young, Cheeseburger, Rhett Titus and Joe Hendry in a Wild Card Match
(From my Death Before Dishonor Fallout review...) We were told that the eight competitors were chosen at random (similar to what WWE did at Survivor Series 1995). I like stuff like this because it switches things up every so often and furthers feuds in unique ways. It also gives us some cool matches we've never seen before. With all of that being said, Young's team sucked. In all seriousness, this was an entertaining outing where everyone got to shine at one point or another. The best part was Woods pinning his "mentor" Young for the victory. Their post-match reactions were great, too.
The Bouncers def. Slice Boogie and Chris Bey
Eyyy, Chris Bey! He's been making the rounds recently with appearances on 205 Live, IMPACT! Wrestling, and now ROH TV. I know Deonna Purrazzo pulled off the hat trick as well a few years ago, but this might be the first time a male has done it. He's incredibly talented and I'm shocked he hasn't been signed by anywhere yet. He and Boogie scored more offense than I thought they would and had a fun showing, but this was largely about The Bouncers and allowing them to maintain momentum coming off their big win at Death Before Dishonor.
WOH World Champion Angelina Love def. Sumie Sakai and Jenny Rose in a Three-Way Match
My god, this was brutal. First of all, Kelly Klein regained the WOH World Championship from Love two weeks ago at Glory by Honor, so viewers had zero reason to care about this contest already knowing the outcome. The company knew that but went ahead with airing it, anyway. It didn't help that the match was no good with no one in attendance giving a damn about it. To top it off, Mandy Leon interfered per usual and aided Love to victory. This is why I laugh whenever the commentators say that the women's division has never been hotter because it clearly has never been worse.
This entire edition of ROH TV was built around a match that has been outdated for weeks. If that doesn't say something about the current state of Ring of Honor, I don't know what would. As previously noted, the main event was awful and there isn't anything else worth going out of your way to see. The Bouncers squash was pretty standard stuff and the Wild Card match aired a month ago as part of the Death Before Dishonor Fallout show. On a side note, I don't plan on checking out any of the Honor United shows until they air as part of ROH TV.