ROH Final Battle Live on PPV Tonight; Final Match Card, Live Coverage Info, How to Watch the Show on PW

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Ring of Honor returns to pay-per-view for the final time in 2017 TONIGHT with “Final Battle”, live from the world famous Hammerstein Ballroom in New York.

After months of vying for a shot at the gold, the always-charismatic Dalton Castle will finally get his opportunity at Cody Rhodes and his ROH World Championship. Will the leader of “Planet Peacock” finally have his defining moment on top of the wrestling world, or will the Hot Topic megastar and Bullet Club brother pull another ace out of his $10,000 hand-crafted sleeves?

Cody won’t be the only member of Bullet Club in action this Friday night, however, as the Young Bucks team with Hangman Page to defend the ROH six-man titles against the high-flying, international dream team of Flip Gordan, Dragon Lee and Titan. Wrestling’s “best friends” Chuck Taylor and Trent Baretta, hot off their first ever performance in the NJPW World Tag League, will also challenge veteran technicians MCMG for the ROH World Tag Team Championships.

Catch all that and more TONIGHT at ROH Final Battle, presented live on pay-per-view! You can secure your virtual ticket to the show right now using the Fite TV app or online at Fite.tv for just $34.99. ProWrestling.com will have complete, up to the minute coverage of the entire event so join us tonight at 9PM EST to follow along.

Additionally, you can watch the show right here on ProWrestlng.com tomorrow night, and you can order it now in the video player below! Simply order the PPV using the player, then return to the site tomorrow night at 9pm EST to watch the show in full!

ROH Final Battle
December 15, 2017
Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC

ROH World Championship
Cody Rhodes (c) vs. Dalton Castle

ROH World Tag Team Championship
Motor City Machine Guns (c) vs. Chuck Taylor & Trent Beretta

ROH World TV Championship 4-Way Elimination Match
Kenny King (c) vs. Punishment Martinez vs. Silas Young vs. Shane Taylor

ROH World 6-Man Tag Team Championship
Adam Page & The Young Bucks (c) vs. Flip Gordan, Dragon Lee & Titan

Matt Taven vs. Will Ospreay

The Addiction vs. War Machine

The Briscoes vs. Bully Ray & Tommy Dreamer

Marty Scurll vs. Jay Lethal

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