The quality and cameramen suck here and I can't do gifs with ROH stuff, so please bear with me.
Six Man Mayhem - Tadarius Thomas vs QT Marshall vs Adam Page vs Silas Young vs ACH vs Mike Sydal
|Tadarius Thomas hits a Flying Space Tiger Drop|
SCUM vs C&C
No Holds Barred - BJ Whitmer vs Charlie Haas
|"He just turned Charlie Haas into a tripod." - Kevin Kelly|
|Brendell Cheeseburger interferes!|
|Cheeseburger gives Charlie Haas a double|
|BJ gets overhead belly to belly'd through a table|
|Haas takes an exploder through a ladder|
BJ Whitmer got the win on a ref stop from knee strikes. Odd finish there that I am presuming will lead to more matches. This was your old WWF Attitude era match with cookie sheets, chairs, garbage cans, ladders and tables. The cameras missed most of the shots naturally. Brendell Cheeseburger making his return was the highlight of the match but I can't figure out why they didn't have him come in near the end and cost Haas the match. That's how you get revenge and build a feud. Not some weak middle fingers. The match wasn't bad, but I think just about anyone could have done this one.
The American Wolves vs Forever Hooligans
2/3 Falls - Michael Elgin vs Roderick Strong
|Elgin got the first in under 2 minutes with a spiral bomb.|
TV title - Adam Cole vs Matt Taven
Truth Martini came out in underwear:
ROH Tag Titles - The Briscoe Brothers vs redDragon - Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly
|Doomsday Device on the floor|
ROH Title - Kevin Steen vs Jay Lethal
After the match, SCUM attacked and The Briscoe Brothers made the save:
C&C came in along with Jimmy Rave and Rhett Titus, who joined SCUM, BJ Whitmer and Michael Elgin came in to clear house:
Overall thoughts: The show was good as whole. Pretty much all the matches were decent and there are no complaints from me on that end. The ending angle was fine though I do think they added too many members, especially at one time. I think they could have gotten more out of slowly introducing them and I'm not sure how they can fit all these new guys on a card. Someone is going to a lose a spot somewhere.
My big complaint though of this show was the camera work. It was atrocious. They missed tons of spots and it seems they couldn't figure out to put a freaking cameraman at ringside on the camera side. The main camera was too far back and it gave me the view from the 20th row, which wasn't good. It really feels like the people who film ROH have never seen wrestling in their lives and don't even watch their own stuff to see how badly it is filmed.
I'd also like to see ROH cool it with the interference and the matchmaker stuff. I have no interest in any of it and truthfully, WWE is doing a better job at the moment of giving me straight matches and clean finishes. Finally, I think ROH needs to tone down some of the dangerous moves some. There were some really ugly looking moves tonight and I don't want to see anyone get hurt. I have no idea how Steen's neck survived the dragon suplex he took and Matt Taven almost crippled himself twice in 30 seconds.
Overall, if you like good wrestling, there is alot of here, so this is worth a look.