BALTIMORE — Ring of Honor (ROH) Wrestling announced Tuesday that Final Battle 2021 will occur in a couple of months.
ROH made the announcement via their official website that Final Battle will be on Saturday, December 11. The event will be inside the Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena in Baltimore.
The pay-per-view is the largest event in the promotion’s calendar. It has been an annual event since its founding in 2002.
The star-studded wrestling extravaganza has featured Match of the Year winners and five world title changes.
Long-standing rivalries will be settled. Championships will be on the line. It all culminates with the best wrestlers on the planet pulling all the stops.
More details on the show will be available on the ROH website and on social media soon. This includes ticket on-sale information and match booking announcements.
In 2019, Rush successfully defended the world title against PCO. Rush was able to do the same last year, sans an audience, against Brody King with the title on the line.
This marks the third consecutive year that the event has been held in the former UMBC Event Center.
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