The Young Bucks and Cody Receive Send Off After Working Final ROH PPV
The Young Bucks and Cody Work Final ROH PPV
Ring Of Honor held their Final Battle pay-per-view tonight from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York. In the final PPV of the year, ROH presented a nine matches, with a few ending in title changes.
In what would be the final pay-per-view for The Elite, The Young Bucks and Cody left the event defeated. After the event The Elite had a send off in the ring where Nick Jackson stated that The Hammerstein was his favorite venue to work.
Matt stated he didn’t want to get emotional with a farewell speech, and said the last two years have been the best time of his life. Matt Jackson thanked Carly Silkin and Joe Koff, and to check for further updates on “Being The Elite” . They were joined in the ring by Hangman Page, Marty Scurll, Scorpio Sky, Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian.
We saw two title changes tonight when Kelly Klein won the ROH Women of Honor title after winning a four way elimination match involving Sumie Sakai, Madison Rayne, and Karen Q. Klein got the win in the finals over Sukai with a top rope K-Power
The Briscoes were crowned ROH Tag Team Champions after defeating The Young Bucks and SCU in ladder war match. Both Briscoe brothers and Frankie Kazarian were busted wide open during the match.
ROH Final Battle Results:
- Kenny King d. Eli Isom
- ROH TV Title: Jeff Cobb d. Adam Page
- ROH Women Of Honour Title: Kelly Klein d. Sumie Sakai, Madison Rayne, and Karen Q
- Zack Sabre Jr d. Jonathan Gresham
- Matt Taven d. Dalton Castle
- Marty Scurll d. Christopher Daniels
- I Quit Match: Flip Gordon d. Bully Ray
- ROH World Title: Jay Lethal d. Cody
- ROH Tag Team Titles: The Briscoes d. SCU and The Young Bucks
Stay tuned for a more in-depth review and recap of Ring Of Honour Final Battle. Special thanks to Carmen Ramirez who contributed to this report.