Tony Khan Says He'll Be 'Lending Support' To ROH At Final Battle: 'It's The Right Thing To Do'

Tony Khan wants to do right by Ring of Honor as they head into their final event before going on hiatus after nearly 20 years.

Ring of Honor announced that Final Battle would be their final event for at least 6 months as they take the first quarter of 2022 to reimagine what the company could be moving forward.

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AEW has several former Ring of Honor World Champions on their roster and they also has a history of working with other promotions when the time is right.

Tony Khan is now saying that he believes this weekend's final battle event is the right time to help out Ring of Honor so that they can have their best show possible as they move towards a new era.

“I do want to wish those folks with Ring Of Honor the best. I’ll be doing some things to support them in this last show to make it a good show for them," Tony Khan said on Busted Open Radio.

He added, "I love pro wrestling and I love helping pro wrestling fans, and even the other companies sometimes. But yeah, over the weekend, I am gonna lend some support to them and try and help them out because it's the right thing to do."

Ring of Honor was dealt another blow to their upcoming Final Battle event when their World Champion, Bandido, was pulled from the show because he tested positive for COVID-19.

Ring of Honor has promised upcoming announcements regarding changes to the card.

We will continue to monitor this story and report any and all updates as they are made public. We will also have full coverage of Ring of Honor Final Battle: The End of an Era on Saturday, December 11.

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