A new ROH World TV Champion crowned.
On the latest installment of Ring of Honor television, Dragon Lee defended the ROH World TV Title against Dalton Castle. The title changed hands and Castle won the title for the first time. Castle has now held every title in ROH that is slotted for the men’s division except the Pure Championship.
NEW Ring of Honor Television Champion! Dalton Castle! @theDALTONcastle @ringofhonor #DaltonCastle #ROH #RingOfHonor #TelevisionChampion #TVChampion #TVChamp #TelevisionChamp #ROHTVChampion #ROHTVChamp #ROHTVChampionship #ROHTelevisionChampionship #Wrestling pic.twitter.com/C6q6YdwdbQ
— M.C. CHASE (@MC_CHASE86) November 21, 2021
Dragon Lee became a two-time TV Champion at the Best in the World pay-per-view where he defeated Tony Deppen. Castle is the 22nd talent to hold the title and he’ll be going into Final Battle as champion.
Final Battle will be Ring of Honor’s last event before their hiatus until the spring of 2022. Here’s the current match card for the event:
- Shane Taylor vs. Kenny King
- ROH World Championship: Bandido (c) vs. Jonathan Gresham
- ROH World Tag Team Championships: The OGK (Matt Taven & Mike Bennett) (c) vs. The Briscoes (Mark & Jay Briscoe)