Kevin Eck: There Will Most Likely Be Surprises At ROH Final Battle, Expect The Unexpected

On December 11, Ring of Honor as fans know it will come to an end with Final Battle. The event is being billed as "The End of an Era" as ROH will go on hiatus with plans to return in April 2022 with Supercard of Honor.

All ROH Championships will be on the line and ROH writer Kevin Eck has been told by those in the office to "expect the unexpected."

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"I've been told that there will be...I'm going to phrase it exactly how it was told to me by someone in the office, which is, 'expect the unexpected at Final Battle.' There could be some surprises. There will most likely be some surprises. I really get the feeling, I'm not going to overpromise or whatever, I think there are going to be some special moments at this Final Battle and maybe not just the usual, not to take it for granted, but the great wrestling, we know that's going to happen. I think it's going to be a night to remember," Eck said on ROH Strong.

Here is the current lineup for ROH Final Battle:

ROH Final Battle (12/11)

- ROH World Championship: Bandido (c) vs. Jonathan Gresham
- ROH Tag Team Championships: The OGK (Matt Taven & Mike Bennett) (c) vs. The Briscoes (Mark & Jay Briscoe)
- Shane Taylor vs. Kenny King
- ROH Pure Championship: Josh Woods (c) vs. Brian Johnson
- ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championships: Shane Taylor Promotions (c) vs. The Righteous
- ROH Women's Championship: Rok-C (c) vs. Willow

Fightful will have coverage of ROH Final Battle on December 11.

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