ROH TV Coverage: Gordon Earns TV Title Shot

Four solid matches and plenty of mid-card storyline implications made this a serviceable episode of ROH TV that builds towards the future.

Matches:

TV Title Shot Battle Royal: Shane Taylor and Flip Gordon outlasted their opponents to advance to a bout for a shot at the ROH TV title.

ROH Women’s Tournament: Stacy Shadows vs. Tanille Dashwood: Shadows is a tough customer, but Dashwood got the win with the Shotgun Kick and now faces Brandi Rhodes in the next round.

Beer City Brew: Beer City Bruiser and Brian Milonas vs. Ryan Nova and Eli Isom: A squash that saw Bruiser get the win on Isom with a Frog Splash, following a Milonas Superplex.

TV Title Shot Match: Flip Gordon vs. Shane Taylor: Gordon got the win with the 450, but was attacked by Scorpio Sky after the match before The Young Bucks made the save. After it all went down, Matt and Nick Jackson extended their hand to Gordon, but he denied their request.

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