Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 13, 2012
Ex-TNA Talents Set For Sunday’s ROH Final Battle iPPV

Ex-TNA Talents Set For Sunday’s ROH Final Battle iPPV

Here is the latest advertised and likely final card for the ROH Final Battle iPPV, which goes down on Sunday afternoon after the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City:

ROH Title Ladder Match:
Kevin Steen vs. El Generico

ROH TV Title Match:
Adam Cole vs. Matt Hardy

ROH Tag Team Title Match:
Jimmy Jacobs and Steve Corino vs. The Briscoes vs. Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander

The American Wolves vs. Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish

Jerry Lynn vs. Mike Bennett

Michael Elgin vs. Roderick Strong

Jay Lethal vs. Rhino

Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin vs. B.J. Whitmer and Rhett Titus

Prince Nana vs. R.D. Evans


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8 Responses to “Ex-TNA Talents Set For Sunday’s ROH Final Battle iPPV”

  1. soyfenomenal says:

    TNA needs Haas and Benjamin.

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      Haas and Benjamin are today's best tag team, unfortunately TNA's tag team division is dead.

    • Peckar says:

      Benjamin is rumoured to go back to the E very soon.

    • ariesstormjoe says:

      dont think tna need haas and benjamin but they could add something to tna's tag division. could work vs daniels and kazarian too.

    • tnadude says:

      Wouldn't mind seeing it myself. Haas in particular is an excellent heel.

      If I could pick just one tag team from ROH, it would be the Brisco's though. They're good workers, and frankly, dumb redneck is in these days. The storylines are endless.

  2. Treck says:

    Well Haas and Benjamin will go somewhere they are Major League wrestlers in the minors. They should of been in TNA a longtime ago. And it would be awesome if Colt Cabana was in aces and 8’s that is doubful though.

  3. Peckar says:

    Kevin Steen vs. El Generico will be worth paying for alone. Steen is the closest thing inwrestling to Steve Austins character. Just doesn't give a shit. And everyone cheers his heel ass.

    • tnadude says:

      Going to be an excellent match for sure. I like Generico. He's exciting to watch. Frankly, Steen may be the most underrated wrestler in the world. Great character, works the crowd extremely well, good on the mic, and can wrestle for a "fat boy".

      But on the other hand, that match just shows you that TNA creative isn't that bad. El Generico hasn't even been on ROH TV for 7 months, and yet he's returning to headline the biggest PPV of the year.

      Really? That's beyond ridiculous, it's asinine. You mean they couldn't find ANYONE on their roster that could fill the spot? They should be rewarding in-house talent. Imagine what it did for locker-room morale.

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