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EC3, Bandido, Flamita And Kenny King To Miss ROH Final Battle Due To COVID-19 Testing Protocols

Ring Of Honor issued the following statement, revealing four performers scheduled to appear at their Final Battle pay-per-view have been pulled from the card due to COVID-19 protocols.

With the health and safety of Ring of Honor’s talent, staff and fans the company’s No. 1 priority during the pandemic, ROH enacted stringent COVID-19 protocols in conjunction with the Maryland State Athletic Commission.

As a result of pre-travel testing, the following performers will not appear at the Final Battle pay-per-view on Dec. 18:




Kenny King

All four performers are doing well and resting at home. ROH wishes them a speedy recovery and looks forward to their return to action in 2021.

All other ROH performers, production staff and general staff are safely in the ROH bubble after passing their second round of tests.

Changes to the Final Battle card given this development will be announced during Final Battle Hour One, which airs free from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern on Best on the Planet, STIRR City, Facebook, YouTube, FITE, pay-per-view and for HonorClub members on

EC3 was originally scheduled to face off with Jay Briscoe in a grudge match, while Bandido and Flamita were set to team with Roy Horus to defend their ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championship against Shane Taylor Promotions.

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