Vinny Marseglia def. Beer City Bruiser
The Bouncers have been feuding with The Kingdom for months and their bad blood came to a head here, albeit in a one-on-one capacity. They were given a ton of time, but they definitely maximized their minutes and produced a pretty good match. They brought the intensity and the crowd was into the action for the most part. I assume the feud will continue with The Bouncers beating The Kingdom eventually.
Lifeblood def. ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions Villain Enterprises in an ROH World Tag Team Championship No. 1 Contender's Match
(From my Honor for All review...) Mark Haskins and Bandido represented Lifeblood here while Marty Scurll and Brody King represented Villain Enterprises. If you've been keeping up with ROH lately, you'd know that these factions have been embroiled in a heated rivalry this summer and have been producing banger after banger in singles, tag team and six-man tag team competition. Scurll and Bandido killed it against each other at Saturday Night at Center Stage, so I was happy that they were able to rekindle that magic in this outing. Haskins and Bandido made for a tremendous team at Summer Supercard, so it was hardly a shocker that they once again stole the show. Hawkins submitting Scurll for the victory is huge for him and now Lifeblood will challenge for the ROH World Tag Team Championship at Death Before Dishonor.
Other highlights on this edition of ROH TV included Villain Enterprises vs. Lifeblood from Saturday Night at Center Stage and the women's four-way from Honor for All. Similar to last week, there was one fresh match, but the main event was taped a month ago at Honor for All. The new recap format that ROH TV has these days doesn't make the show must-see whatsoever. Although the build for Death Before Dishonor this Friday night has been nearly nonexistent, the card is strong enough on paper that I have hope it will deliver.