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ROH Best in the World Live on PPV Tonight: Matt Taven vs Jeff Cobb, Bandido Defends, Dragon Lee, Team NWA & More

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Ring of Honor returns to pay-per-view this Friday night with their annual Best in the World event, live from the UMBC Event Center in Baltimore, Maryland.

The show will be headlined with a pair of world title matches, as Matt Taven defends his ROH World Championship against Jeff Cobb, the impressive Hawaiian Suplex Machine who is about to wow crowds internationally as a part of this year’s NJPW G1 Climax tournament.


Bandido will have a monstrous challenge ahead of him, as he attempts to defend the ROH World Television Championship against the imposing Shane Taylor. Former IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion Dragon Lee will also be in singles action against Dalton Castle, while his big brother Rush takes on Flip Gordon.

One major question that remains to be answered is who will replace NWA National Champion Colt Cabana, who is currently out of action with an injury. Cabana was scheduled to team with NWA Worlds Champion Nick Aldis against 10-time ROH World Tag Team Champions Mark and Jay Briscoe.

ROH Best in the World will air live this Friday night on FITE TV kicking off at 9PM ET. The cost of the show will be $34.99.

ROH World Championship Match
— Matt Taven (c) vs. Jeff Cobb

ROH World TV Championship Match
— Bandido (c) vs. Shane Taylor

— Dalton Castle vs. Dragon Lee

— Rush vs. Flip Gordon

— The Briscoes vs. Nick Aldis & ???

Pure Rules Match
— Silas Young vs. Jonathan Gresham

— The Allure vs. Jenny Rose & Kelly Klein

ROH World 6-Man Championship Match
— Villain Enterprises (c) vs. Lifeblood

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Two Matches Confirmed For Ring Of Honor Final Battle 2020

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Ring of Honor will hold its final pay-per-view of the year with Final Battle on Friday, December 18.

Headlining the event will be Rush defending the ROH World Championship against Brody King. Rush has held the title since late February of this year. Meanwhile, King continues his ascent after once holding the ROH World Tag Team and Six-Man Tag Team Championship at the same time in 2019.


Additionally, EC3 will make his ROH pay-per-view debut when he goes one-on-one with Jay Briscoe. Following his brief return to Impact, EC3 made his Ring of Honor debut in October. He unsuccessfully teamed with The Briscoes in a six-man tag team match before beating Jay by disqualification at the end of November. Jay has competed at Final Battle events since 2003.

Want to watch Final Battle for free? We’re giving away one free Fite code to a lucky Twitter user who follows us and retweets the tweet below before December 18.

Stay tuned to ProWrestling.com for the latest ROH Final Battle updates.

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Mike Bennett Discusses His Return To Ring Of Honor

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Mike Bennett shocked the world this week when he returned to Ring Of Honor, and he recently discussed his decision to return.

Bennett returned this week to help his former ROH tag team partner, Matt Taven from being attacked by Bateman and Vincent, with the former Kingdom members hugging at the end of the show.


Bennett then sat down with Taven to discuss exactly why he has chosen to come back to Ring Of Honor.

“Coming back, I’ve noticed that I’m a big fan of the sport of professional wrestling. I’m a student, I’m a fan. So I’ve been watching Ring of Honor for as long as I can remember and especially when I left I kept tabs on you. I’ve always kept tabs on you because that’s what friends do, that’s what family does. The one thing that just kept coming back to me, coming back to me, coming back to me was there’s something missing with Matt. There’s something not there, there’s something I feel like I could help with and it wasn’t because you weren’t getting it done in the ring. It wasn’t because you weren’t getting it done in the gym. It wasn’t anything else except for the fact you needed someone to have your back and I made sure I had your back… I don’t take things for granted anymore. When I first started here, a part of me felt like everything should just come to me. Everything should just be given to me. But you realize that, as you go through, that’s not how life works. That’s damn sure not how Ring Of Honor works. Ring Of Honor is just like life. You have to work your ass off to get what you want,” Bennett said. (H/T to Fightful.com for the transcriptions.)

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Mike Bennett Returns To Ring Of Honor

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Mike Bennett is back in Ring Of Honor! The former WWE Superstar has returned to ROH during the most recent television episode.

At the very end of the show, Bennett hit the ring to make a surprise return to the promotion as he saved his former Kingdom stablemate, Matt Taven from an attack by Bateman and Vincent.


The two men have a huge history together as part of The Kingdom from 2014-2015 and are actually former ROH Tag Team Champions together. The show ended with them embracing, and it seems that fans can expect another run from them in the future.

 

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