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ROH Final Battle: Start Time, Full Card and How to Watch Online

Ring of Honor’s Final Battle PPV kicks off tonight, and it’s one of the most important shows the promotion has ever hosted. Winners from tonight can establish some major momentum leading into the historic G1 Supercard PPV co-hosted by New Japan Pro Wrestling at Madison Square Garden this April (the first non-WWE wrestling show at the Garden since 1960).  Who walks out as ROH World Champion? We’ll find out later today.

final-battle-18 Final Battle is almost here! Ring of Honor

There are nine matches announced  for Final Battle so far, with the ROH World Championship, ROH World Tag Team Championship, WOH World Championship and ROH World Television Championship all up for grabs. Other major matches include the return of Dalton Castle, an I Quit match and more.

Be sure to check out Newsweek’s interviews with ROH World Champion Jay Lethal, ROH World Television Champion Jeff Cobb, ROH World Tag Team Champion Frankie Kazarian and former ROH World Champion Dalton Castle before their matches tonight.

ROH Final Battle Start Time

Final Battle begins at 8 p.m. EST. The PPV has been confirmed to be a four-hour event, so expect the final match to be wrapping up around midnight.

ROH Final Battle How to Watch

Final Battle is available to watch for free with an HonorClub VIP membership on the ROH Wrestling website or through the ROH app. HonorClub standard members can watch Final Battle for 50 percent off. If you aren’t an HonorClub member, you can stream Final Battle through various pay-per-view vendors including FITE TV.

Of course, if you’re in New York City and happen to get a ticket, Final Battle is at the Hammerstein Ballroom on 34th Street.

ROH Final Battle Full Card

The full card for ROH Final Battle is as follows:

Eli Isom vs. Kenny King

Marty Scurll vs Christopher Daniels

Jeff Cobb (c) vs Hangman Page for the ROH World Television Championship

Sumie Sakai (c) vs Madison Rayne vs Karen Q vs Kelly Klein for the WOH World Championship

SoCal Uncensored (c) vs The Briscoes vs The Young Bucks in a Ladder War for the ROH World Tag Team Championship

Bully Ray vs Flip Gordon in an I Quit match

Jonathan Gresham vs Zack Sabre Jr.

Dalton Castle vs Matt Taven

Jay Lethal (c) vs Cody for the ROH World Championship

So what do you think? What match are you most excited for at Final Battle? Who do you think will be walking out as champions? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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