Report: Ring Of Honor Won’t Announce Final Battle Card Changes Until Hour 1 Of The Event

Update on the changes to Ring of Honor Final Battle

Yesterday, it was announced that in compliance with their COVID-19 protocols, Kenny King, EC3, Flamita, and Bandito would not be taking part in the upcoming Ring of Honor Final Battle pay-per-view or the television tapings that will follow,

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Now, according to a new report from Mike Johnson of  PWInsider, the promotion will not be letting fans know about the changes this will mandate on the pay-per-view until the day of the show during the first hour of the Final Battle event which will be streamed for free on a multitude of platforms including Ring of Honor's Facebook and YouTube account.

Kenny King had previously announced that he had tested positive for the novel coronavirus but appeared to still be looking forward to being cleared for the Final Battle event.

Reportedly, all Ring of Honor talent is required to self-test for the virus while under the supervision of a nurse via a zoom call and then they must submit those tests to a lab. If they pass those tests, they are allowed to travel to the Ring of Honor hotel where they must remain sequestered in their hotel room and undergo additional tests. these procedures were developed in conjunction with the Maryland State Athletic Commission

EC3 recently spoke to Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp. You can check out that whole interview at this link.

Fightful will have coverage of Ring of Honor’s Final Battle on Friday, December 18, 2020.

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