I watched it this morning. Not a whole lot of trashing going on. Only real bagging is London saying he doesn't like CM Punk due to Punk supposedly going around the ROH locker room calling London a sell-out when he joined WWE in '04 or whenever. Then mentioned he went to a ROH show on a Saturday night since they had a PPV on the Sunday in NJ (He had a singles match against Kidman) and said everyone in the ROH locker room was cool with him, and a few like Jack Evans mentioned to him what a politicer Punk is (Calling him the HHH of ROH) and Punk was kinda a dick, went up to London, stuck his hand out and said "Hi", really tersely and then walked off. Also made a joke about Kenta stealing all of Punk's move.
Kendrick also said about how Jon Moxley kept shooting down ideas from Tommy Dreamer and Moxley should have just shut the fuck up and done whatever Dreamer wanted. Also mentioned Generico did the same thing to him when London and Generico fought Steen and Kendrick and it really pissed him off, but he does still genuinely like Generico.
There was also the usual HHH hate and they both mentioned their biggest regret in the WWE was not standing up for themselves when they got told they were going to be pedigreed by HHH after they saved him from a beat down and said it was mostly done because Vince and HHH thought it was funny.
Most of the shoot is dealing with their attitude and outlook, and how their careers have shaped their attitudes to life in general. There's wrestling talk throughout, but they don't really focus on any one thing or period, except for maybe asking Kendrick about TNA at the start. They talk briefly about DGUSA, but barely mention PWG or anything, outside of them putting over The Young Bucks, Joey Ryan and Kevin Steen. So yea, if you're looking for one like the first where they rip into people, it's not for you. They both apologized for even mentioning the Morrison/Melina/Batista stuff as it wasn't their business and London doesn't look like he cares to say anything about Hardy anymore. There are still some funny Kendrick "out there" moments about ghosts, Miracle Mineral Solution, how aids was spread and Lady Gaga.
It's actually a nice change for a shoot, normally they want 'em to dish dirt, so it's cool to see 2 people talking about how they are both trying to shape positive lives for themselves without the negetivty that can come with pro wrestling.