ROH World Tag Team Titles to be defended at Final Battle

reDRagon vs Time Splitters
After suffering a shocking loss of their IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships on November 8, 2014 to the current Ring of Honor World Tag Team Champions reDRagon, The Time Splitters, Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA will come to Final Battle in search of redemption. With Final Battle at near capacity, have no fear as you will also be able to see Ring of Honor's signature event live on pay per view!
Shocking the world by not only winning the prestigious New Japan IWGP Super Junior Tag Team Tournament as well as the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championships,  Current Ring of Honor World Tag Team Champions Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly known as reDRagon have compete against The Time Splitters with the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Championship on the line.
Formed in August of 2012, The Time Splitters have been exciting wrestling fans and winning titles across the world over. They are 2x holders of the New Japan Pro Wrestling Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. After a little over a year of teaming, the exciting duo also won the NJPW Super Junior Tag Tournament.
No strangers to Ring of Honor, Alex Shelley debuted with Ring of Honor in 2003. The trainee of current ROH manager Truth Martini has a storied past in ROH. Some of the landmark moments include forming the much talked about stable Generation Next, as well as creating havoc as a member of Prince Nana’s Embassy.  Kushida took ROH by storm with a strong debut in August of 2013. Returning in 2014 Ring of Honor fans got their first taste of the Time Splitters as a team, as they tore down the house with then Ring of Honor World Tag Team Champions, The Young Bucks.
This will be the 3rd meeting between these two teams. The Time Splitters defeated reDRagon in an IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Title match last August in Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan for New Japan Pro Wrestling. This loss came on the prestigious G1 Climax finale show.  Fish & O’Reilly’s debut as a unit in Japan was ruined and this is not something they took lightly. reDRagon didn’t miss a beat after this loss. 
They impressed NJPW officials enough to receive an invite to this year’s Super Junior Tag Tournament. Fish & O’Reilly defeated stand out teams Bushi & Mascara Dorada as well as a pair of former ROH World Tag Team Champions in The Forever Hooligans and The Young Bucks in the finals to win the tournament. Not stopping there, they challenged the champions to a match on the closing night of the tour.
Riding a wave of momentum not seen in professional wrestling in a very long time, Fish & O’Reilly avenged that big loss of last summer by defeating Shelley & Kushida to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight tag team championship. 
Live on pay per view, Final Battle comes to you Saturday December 6, 2014 at Terminal 5 in New York City. The current Ring of Honor World & IWGP Junior Tag Team Champions reDRagon will face The Time Splitters for the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Championship. This will be the preverbal rubber match, in what could go down as a legendary series of tag team matches.  Can the Time Splitters, Shelly & KUSHIDA halt the momentum of reDRagon? Or are Fish & O’Reilly just getting started? At Final Battle, whether you are in the building or watching live from your home on pay per view, these two great tag teams will provide all the answers!
FINAL BATTLE 2014          
Sunday, Dec 7, 2014 07:30pm EST
610 W 56th Street
New York, New York 10019
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Matches signed
ROH World Championship
Jay Briscoe (c) vs Survival of the Fittest ’14 Winner - Adam Cole
ROH World Tag Team Championship
reDRagon (c) vs The Time Splitters (Alex Shelley & KUSHIDA)
Signed to appear...
- ROH World Television Champion: Jay Lethal w/ Truth Martini
- Matt Sydal
- Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson)
- The Addiction (Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian)
- Roderick Strong
- Mark Briscoe
- Jimmy Jacobs
- BJ Whitmer
- Cedric Alexander
- Tommaso Ciampa
- Hanson
- Moose & RD Evans w/ Veda Scott