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ROH News: CMLL Star Rush Debuting At Final Battle Fallout Television Tapings

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We all know Ring Of Honor is currently on its Global Wars Tour with some of the stars of New Japan Pro Wrestling, heading to Buffalo, New York tonight before wrapping things up on Sunday in Toronto, Canada.

After that will be the Final Battle pay-per-view on December 14th at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, accompanied by the Final Battle Fallout television tapings in Philadelphia the following night. While no matches have been revealed as of yet, ROH has announced that CMLL star Rush (who debuted for Major League Wrestling last night in Chicago) will be making his debut for the promotion at the Final Battle television tapings:

CMLL star Rush, one of the hottest international competitors in pro wrestling, will make his much-anticipated Ring of Honor debut at Final Battle Fallout, an international TV taping, on Dec. 15 at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia.

Rush, who co-founded the Los Ingobernables faction in Mexico in 2014, is a former CMLL World Light Heavyweight Champion, two-time CMLL World Tag Team Champion and CMLL World Trios Champion.

In addition to being a top star in CMLL, the charismatic, 30-year-old luchador has made an impact in New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Rush has competed in the G1 Climax and World Tag League tournaments in NJPW and scored victories over the likes of Tetsuya Naito and Shinsuke Nakamura.

In the main event of the CMLL 85th Anniversary Show, which took place in September at Arena Mexico in Mexico City and was streamed live for HonorClub, Rush and partner Cavernario defeated ROH star Matt Taven and Volador Jr. in a Hair vs. Hair Match. Watch the replay On-Demand!

Who will Rush face at Final Battle Fallout? Join us live in Philadelphia to find out!

 

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