ROH Final Battle 2021 POST Show w/ John Pollock, WH Park & Mike Murray

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John Pollock is joined by Mike Murray and WH Park to review ROH Final Battle 2021: End of an Era from Baltimore, Maryland.

The three will share their thoughts on ROH’s final event before going dark for several months, the future of the company, options for the talent, and how the show delivered.

Plus, several stars from the past send taped messages with appearances from Deonna Purrazzo, FTR, and the former Braun Strowman.

Ring of Honor Final Battle
Saturday, December 11, 2021
Baltimore, Maryland

*ROH Championship: Jonathan Gresham vs. Jay Lethal
*ROH Tag Team Championship: Mike Bennett & Matt Taven (champions) vs. The Briscoes
*ROH Television Championship: Dalton Castle (champion) vs. Silas Young vs. Rhett Titus vs. Joe Hendry
*ROH Women’s Championship: Rok-C (champion) vs. Willow
*ROH Pure Championship: Josh Woods (champion) vs. Brian Johnson
*Fight Without Honor: Shane Taylor vs. Kenny King
*Dragon Lee vs. Rey Horus
*Brody King, Homicide, Rocky Romero & Tony Deppen vs. Eli Isom, Taylor Rust, EC3 & Tracy Williams
*Beer City Bruiser, Brian Milonas, World Famous CB, PJ Black & Flip Gordon vs. LSG, Demonic Flamita, Will Ferrara, Sledge & Max The Impaler
*Chelsea Green, Allysin Kay & Marti Belle vs. Angelina Love, Mandy Leon & Miranda Alize
*ROH Six-Man Championship: Kaun, Moses & O’Shay Edwards vs. Vincent, Bateman & Dutch







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Listening now after watching the PPV last night, which I enjoyed. My matches of the night were the tag title match and Dragon Lee vs. Rey Horus.

I’m not going to let WH Park disparage World Famous CB (formerly Cheeseburger). I met him over Zoom last year. He’s very nice.

The guy with the Dreamcast sign has been in similar front row aisle seats at WWE shows for quite a while. I credit/blame him for the barrage of video game-related signs I see every week (at least 1-2 every WWE or AEW show).

The gun line on commentary during the Pure Title Match was from Brian Zane, who was sitting in on commentary for just this match. Riccaboni acted taken aback by the line, and Zane responded, “Well I don’t want him to kill him!” Also, I think Johnson was out at the end when Woods shook his hand at the end.

Johnson has been getting around the Pure Rules in all of these matches. I think the finish worked in that rope breaks are used to save guys, and Woods wasn’t in need of saving.

I definitely thought it was Riccaboni who said it, because he’s usually pretty solid and I remember thinking it was a really stupid line from him.

Nope, just a stupid line from Zane.