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Lifeblood and PJ Black def. Villain Enterprises
(From my Manhattan Mayhem review...) I'm guessing Black still isn't an official member of Lifeblood seeing as how he wasn't included as part of the group during the pre-match introductions. At any rate, this was a super fun eight-man tag team match. It was complete chaos from start to finish in the best way possible and everyone had a chance to shine at one point or another. While Villain Enterprises are a strong stable, Lifeblood desperately needed this win after losing so many matches in recent months, so them coming out on top here was the right call.
I guess last week's recap-style show wasn't a one-off after all. Similar to last week, this episode featured highlights from Manhattan Mayhem and Mass Hysteria. Aside from various backstage interviews, the only new content that aired on this edition of ROH TV was the sit-down interview with Rhett Titus, which covered his history in Ring of Honor. I don't particularly care for the guy, but I thought that was well done. Lifeblood and Black vs. Villain Enterprises was excellent, but if you've already seen it, there's no reason to watch this show.
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