AEW Ring of Honor Final Battle: How to watch, Start time, Preview and everything

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Ring of Honor Final Battle pay-per-view event that will be presented by All Elite Wrestling for the final time in 2022.
Final Battle is the name of the AEW pay-per-view event that will take place for the very last time in 2022. The main event will feature ROH World Champion Chris Jericho defending his title against Claudio Castagnoli, a former ROH World Champion. Jericho has won eight previous World Championships. Castagnoli is a former ROH World Champion. Claudio believes that Jericho’s victory against him for the championship at the Dynamite Grand Slam on September 21 was an easy one, and as a result, he is aiming for a more even match this time around.

At Final Battle, there will be more championships on the line, including the ROH TV Title, which will be contested by Samoa Joe against AEW newcomer Juice Robinson, and the ROH Women’s Title, which will be defended by Mercedes Martinez against Athena, who has adopted a different demeanour.

Ring of Honor (ROH) will make its return to Bleacher Report for a one-time-only pay-per-view event titled “ROH: Final Battle” on Saturday, December 10 at 4 p.m. Eastern Time (ET). The highly anticipated event will feature a headline title match between current ROH World Champion “The Ocho” Chris Jericho and Swiss superstar Claudio Castagnoli, in addition to additional title bouts and matches on the stacked card. The event has been described as a proving ground for some of wrestling’s biggest stars.

Live coverage of “ROH: Final Battle” will be broadcasted from the College Park Center in Arlington, Texas, on December 10, 2012.

When and How to watch the Ring of Honor Final Battle Live

The days leading up to Saturday will see the announcement of further matches. The pay-per-view broadcast of “ROH: Final Battle” will begin at 4 p.m. ET, while the free show “Zero Hour” will start at 3 p.m. ET on both BR and YouTube.

Ring of Honor Final Battle Preview

The viewing details for ROH’s final pay-per-view event of the year were revealed on Monday by Warner Bros. Discovery Sports. According to the announcement, the event that will take place on Saturday will begin at 4 p.m. Eastern Time. According to the news announcement sent by Warner Bros., attendees will be required to pay $39.99 to participate in the event.

There are still tickets available for the live event, which will take place at the College Park Center in Arlington, Texas. Prices start at $25 plus applicable service costs.

Warner Bros. referred to Ring of Honor as “a proving ground for some of wrestling’s top names” in a news release and hyped the main event championship battle between Ring of Honor World Champion Chris Jericho and his challenger Claudio Castagnoli. Other matches scheduled for Saturday’s pay-per-view include a match for the ROH World Television Championship between reigning champion Samoa Joe and Juice Robinson, a challenge for the ROH Women’s World Championship by Athena to reigning champion Mercedes Martinez, and a match for the ROH Pure Championship between reigning champion Daniel Garcia and Wheeler Yuta.

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According to the news release, further matches are going to be announced in the days leading up to Saturday. “The free ‘Zero Hour’ program will begin on Bleacher Report and YouTube at 3 p.m. ET, building up to [Final Battle] at 4 p.m. ET,”

In March of this year, AEW owner Tony Khan made the announcement that he had reached an agreement to purchase ROH. The AEW company gained management of the promotion in April, and the first pay-per-view event to take place under their watch was the Supercard of Honor XV. In the month of July, there was another competition known as Death Before Dishonor.

The following are shown on the card for Ring of Honor Final Battle

  • Chris Jericho (the champion) vs Claudio Castagnoli for the Ring of Honor World Championship
  • Samoa Joe (the champion) vs Juice Robinson for the Ring of Honor World Television Championship
  • Athena will defend her ROH Women’s World Championship against reigning champion Mercedes Martinez.
  • Daniel Garcia (the champion) vs. Wheeler Yuta for the ROH Pure Championship
  • Shane Taylor and JD Griffey take against Swerve In Our Glory, which consists of Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland.

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