ROH (Ring Of Honor), who previously stated they will be going on a hiatus immediately following their Final Battle: End Of An Era PPV set to take place Saturday, December 11 from the Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena in Baltimore, Maryland, will be having help to make their 20th Final Battle PPV Event a historic one and a PPV Event that will be remembered and imprinted into the hearts and minds of the fans for years to come.
AEW President and CEO Tony Khan recently appeared on Busted Open Radio and noted that he will do some things in order to support ROH in their last show before they go on a hiatus and he will make sure it will be a good show. F4WOnline.com reports that Khan also wished ROH the best and he will try to help them out because it’s the right thing to do.
This is what Tony Khan said:
“I’ll be doing some things to support them in their last show to make it a good show for them.” “…Over the weekend, I am going to lend some support to them and try and help them out because it’s the right thing to do.”
It was not specified or revealed how Khan will be lending his support to ROH, but it has been rumored and speculated that he will be allowing some AEW Stars to compete on the PPV, most likely for the 10-Man Wild Card Tag Team Match on the Final Battle Hour One Pre-Show, or maybe even the ROH World Title Main Event Match as it was previously announced that ROH World Champion Bandido was pulled from Final Battle: End Of An Era due to testing positive for COVID-19. Bandido was scheduled to defend his title against Jonathan Gresham at Final Battle, but it seems that former ROH veteran Jay Lethal, who signed with AEW a little while back, will be the replacement of Bandido in the ROH World Title Match to face Gresham.
Final Battle: End Of An Era will be ROH’s final PPV Event before the promotion goes on a major hiatus that will see them return on April 2022. ROH reportedly plans to “re-imagine” the company in hopes of returning with a “fan-focused product” moving forward.