Kenny King def. Tracy Williams
King is riding a wave of momentum coming off his Honor Rumble victory at G1 Supercard, though I believe this was taped beforehand. I didn't know too much at all about Williams when he first arrived in Ring of Honor, but it's clear he's an incredibly skilled competitor, and as expected, this was a very fun and well-wrestled match. King picked up the clean victory to continue his recent winning ways.
The Bouncers def. Reno Scum
I'm familiar with Reno Scum from their work in IMPACT this year as well as in 2017. Personally, I've never been impressed by them, and I wouldn't really care to see them make more appearances for ROH going forward. On the bright side, The Bouncers are getting over nicely as a babyface tag team and have become a lot of fun to watch. The duo earned yet another win here, so you have to assume a ROH World Tag Team Championship shot is in their future.
Bandido def. PJ Black
ROH has been doing a nice job of building up this redemption story for Black through various video packages as of late and making fans feel sympathy for him. I think he's more interesting as a heel, but at least the company is finally doing something with him. He and Bandido have excellent chemistry together and they received plenty of time for this main event. It was a terrific match with an exciting second half and strong showings from both men. With Black losing to Bandido again, it will interesting to see what's next for him.
At the end of the episode, Tenille Dashwood was shown laid out through a table backstage and was confronted by Bully Ray, who basically admitted that he was the one who attacked her all those months ago. Dashwood recently announced on Twitter that she was a free agent again, so this must have been the company's way of writing her out of storylines. Hey, I'm just happy we got an explanation for her absence on the show (unlike Madison Rayne) as well as the reveal for her mystery attacker, even if it didn't make a ton of sense. Besides, why would Bully have wanted to attack her in September and then keep it a secret for so long? Either way, this was a really good edition of ROH TV from an in-ring standpoint. My only issue with it is that this stuff is so dated by this point and everyone is desperately waiting for the latest batch of tapings to air. ROH's taping schedule definitely needs some tweaking.
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