Source: ROH Wrestling- You can check out a wild promo from Jay Briscoe hyping this Saturday's ROH Final Battle event above. Be aware that the promo contains a lot of bad language.
- Andrew Everett and Romantic Touch have been named as the next two entrants in the 2014 Top Prospect Tournament. So far, the wrestlers involved are Corey Hollis, Raymond Rowe, Bill Daly, Cheeseburger, and now Everett and Romantic Touch.
- ROH officials have announced an autograph signing that will take place prior to Final Battle this Saturday. Adam Cole, Jay Briscoe, Michael Elgin, Eddie Edwards, Maria Kanellis, The Young Bucks, Matt Hardy, and Kevin Steen are all currently slated to appear.
For 30 dollars, you can get a Final Battle poster signed by Cole, Elgin, and Briscoe. Or, you can get an 8x10/personal item/posed photo for 10 dollars. There is also a 70 dollar combo that nets you an autograph from every wrestler.
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