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PCO Wins Ring Of Honor World Championship at Final Battle

PCO Defeats RUSH wins ROH Title

PCO Beats Rush For ROH Championship

PCO has become the oldest Ring Of Honor World Champion.

In a Friday The 13th Massacre Match at ROH Final Battle, PCO defeated Rush to capture the Ring of Honor World Championship.

The match went back and fourth, and eventually ended up in the production area where a hearse PCO drove the ring was parked. The two battled on top of the car, and eventually made their way back to the ring. Various weapons were used throughout the match, including doors instead of tables.

At age 51, PCO is now the oldest ROH Champion in the company’s history.

Following the match, fellow Villain Enterprises members Marty Scurll, Flip Gordon, and Brody King came to the ring to celebrate with PCO.

Rush’s future with ROH is now in question, as his contract is set to expire sometime this month. It’s unknown if he has agreed to any dates past his contract, or if he has plans to sign with any other promotions.

Additional Title Changes At Final Battle

Two more title changes occured during Final Battle, including Johnathan Gresham and Jay Lethal defeating The Briscoes to capture the ROH Tag Team Championship, and Dragon Lee defeating Shane Taylor to capture the ROH Television title.

ROH presents “Fallout” this on 12/15 in Philadelphia, which will determine up-coming programs as we wrap up 2019.