Ring of Honor Final Battle Results A New Era Begins, All Titles Change Hands at Final Battle

Hey Fight Fans, we hope your day has been a great one and that you're ready for Ring of Honor Wrestling's final pay-per-view event of the year with Final Battle!

Pre-Show Hour One

Silas Young & Josh Woods vs Dalton Castle & Joe Hendry

Joe and Silas lock up several times, but neither man budges before they sweep each other's legs and Silas takes Joe down with a side headlock takeover. Joe gets back to his feet and drops Silas with a shoulder block before Josh and Dalton enter and the two collegiate grapplers wrestle on the mat. They each get a one count before countering hip tosses by each other until Dalton poses and Josh goes for a pose of his own before Silas tags himself in. Joe and Dalton drop Silas with a double back elbow for one before Joe hits a delayed suplex for two before Silas comes back with a jawbreaker. Josh gets dropped as soon as he comes back in and Silas clotheslines Dalton from the apron before Silas comes in and stomps Dalton.

Silas whips Dalton into the corner and drops him with a boot before grape vining his legs and tagging Josh in. Josh locks in a half nelson before Dalton hits a t-bone suplex and Joe hits Josh with a neckbreaker and Silas with a DDT before hitting a double fall away slam to Silas and Josh. Dalton slams Josh to the mat and hits him with a knee before countering Misery by Silas who hits the Anarchist neckbreaker. Josh then turns a Bang-A-Rang into a pinning attempt for two before everyone hits a move and Josh hits Deez Knees for the pin and the win.

Winner: Josh Woods and Silas Young defeat Dalton Castle and Joe Hendry via pinfall when Josh pins Dalton after Deez Knees.

-We see The Bouncers drinking in the crowd after the match before we go to The Allure being interviewed about Angelina's title defense against the debuting powerhouse Maneater before Angelina lists off how she's been in the business over two decades and has faced plenty of larger women.

-ROH alum and one half of the legendary tag team Motor City Machine Guns Alex Shelley comes out onto the stage and says that Ring of Honor Wrestling is professional wrestling's greatest classroom and that plenty of students went on to become stars outside of the company. Alex says that he's never wrestled Colt Cabana before challenging him to a match and Colt accepts. Colt says that he is a wrestler at heart even if he has been doing commentary before Colt leaves to get ready for their match on pay-per-view.

-We get a video package explaining the reason behind the grudge match between Rhett Titus and Kenny King up next.

Kenny King w/Amy Rose vs Rhett Titus

They lock up and go all over the ring before breaking and locking up again before getting into each other's faces and Kenny drops Rhett with a shoulder block. The former partners and former best friends counter and mirror each other before having a test of strength and exchanging hammer locks. Rhett takes Kenny down with a waist lock before Kenny clotheslines him and Rhett chops him before Kenny snaps Rhett's neck into the top rope. Kenny harasses Rhett's wife and child at ringside before Rhett hits a 450 to the outside and a belly to belly suplex onto the floor. Rhett tosses Kenny back into the ring and clotheslines him right back out of the ring and Rhett goes over and holds his baby before stalking Kenny.

Rhett hits a suplex onto the floor before dropping Kenny with a running back elbow before Kenny hits a spinebuster onto the apron. Kenny puts Rhett back into the ring for two before hitting a t-bone suplex into the corner for two and locking in a camel clutch. Rhett breaks free and counters a back suplex before Rhett rocks Kenny with a right hand before dropping Kenny with a clothesline. Kenny catches Rhett on the top turnbuckle with an enzuigiri before Rhett counters a superplex and pushes Kenny away before hitting a diving cross body for a near fall. Kenny hits a spinebuster for a one count before Rhett dropkicks him when he goes for a Lethal injection and hits Kenny with his own finisher the royal flush for a near fall.

Rhett then hits several running kicks in the corner into a snap mare and gets distracted by Amy Rose before Kenny hits a low blow and the Royal Flush for the pin and the win.

Winner: Kenny King defeats Rhett Titus via pinfall with the Royal Flush.

-We go ringside to The Bouncers where they say that they're winning belts next year and are divided on who will win the ROH World Championship match between RUSH and PCO before they start arguing.

Dan Maff vs Jeff Cobb

They shake hands before the match before running into each other and Jeff dropkicks Dan, but he doesn't move before dropping Jeff with a shoulder block. Dan hits a senton into a suicide dive before hitting a running chop in the corner and Jeff hits a fall away slam into a standing moonsault for a surprising one count. They chop each other before Dan launches Jeff across the ring with a shoulder tackle and hits a cannonball in the corner before missing the second one. Dan drops Jeff with a back elbow before Jeff suplexes Dan from the apron into the ring and Dan counters the Tour of the Islands. They exchange superkicks before Jeff clotheslines Dan and falls out of the ring before Jeff gets back into the ring and hits a dead lift German suplex.

Jeff lays into Dan with forearms and chops in the corner before Dan suplexes him and turns him inside out with a lariat for a near fall. Jeff counters two attempts at a burning hammer and hits a belly to belly suplex into the corner before countering the burning hammer a third time and hitting two Tour of the Islands for the pin and the win.

Winner: Jeff Cobb defeats Dan Maff via pinfall with the Tour of the Islands.

-They then exchange open hand palm strikes and hand shakes after the match.

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