ROH TV Championship Match To Be Determined At Final Battle Pay-Per-View
Ring of Honor issued the following:
WINNER OF FOUR-WAY MATCH AT FINAL BATTLE RECEIVES SHOT AT WORLD TV CHAMP DRAGON LEE THAT NIGHT
Four rising stars will square off at the Final Battle pay-per-view on Dec. 18, and one of them could end the night as ROH World Television Champion.
Tony Deppen, Dak Draper, LSG and Josh Woods will meet in a Four-Way match for the right to face ROH World Television Champion Dragon Lee later in the show.
All four competitors are seeking their first taste of gold in ROH. Each of them has been making waves in the Pure division as of late.
Woods scored the biggest victory of his career by pinning Jay Lethal on last weekend’s episode of “Ring of Honor Wrestling.” LSG, looking to make his mark in singles competition after several years in the tag team ranks, took Lethal to the 15-minute timit the week before. Lethal was declared the winner by split decision, but LSG opened a lot of eyes.
Draper, the 2019 Top Prospect Tournament winner, is coming off an impressive win over Brian Johnson. Deppen, one of the top free agents in pro wrestling, made his ROH debut in the Pure Title Tournament and had a strong showing in defeat against veteran PJ Black.
At last year’s Final Battle, Lee ended Shane Taylor’s 218-day reign as World Television Champion. The ultra-talented La Faccion Ingobernable member made three successful title defenses early in 2020 before ROH went on hiatus due to the pandemic.
Will Lee pick up where he left off in 2020 and retain his title? Or will the winner of the four-way match pull off the upset at ROH’s biggest show of the year? Join us for Final Battle on pay-per-view or streaming for HonorClub to find out!
ROH PRESENTS FINAL BATTLE
FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 9 P.M. ET
ON PAY-PER-VIEW AND HONORCLUB
ROH WORLD TITLE MATCH CHAMPION RUSH vs. BRODY KING
JAY BRISCOE vs. EC3
FOUR-WAY MATCH FOR ROH WORLD TELEVISION TITLE SHOT
TONY DEPPEN vs. DAK DRAPER vs. LSG vs. JOSH WOODS
ROH WORLD TELEVISION TITLE MATCH
CHAMPION DRAGON LEE vs. WINNER OF FOUR-WAY MATCH