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Kevin Kelly Discusses Tonight’s Final Battle 2010 iPPV, The Anticipation Level For The Triple Main Event (Roderick Strong/Davey Richards, The Briscoes vs. The Kings Of Wrestling & Shane Hagadorn, & Kevin Steen/El Generico), How He Has Preparing For The “Final Battle At Final Battle,” Why You May Not Hear Much Talking During The “Fight Without Honor,” Whether Or Not Eddie Edwards’ Shoulder Injury Had An Impact In “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels Capturing The ROH World Television Championship


The voice of Ring of Honor’s Internet Pay-Per-Views, Kevin Kelly, was one of the featured guests on this week’s live edition (12/13/10) of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem. You can feel The Mayhem every Monday evening (at 7PM ET/6PM CT), exclusively on The Monday Night Mayhem Radio Network (,,,,, &

Kevin joined The Big Mosh & “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent for the return of his exclusive segment on Monday Night Mayhem, “Ring of Honor On the Road,” which is now available in Windows Streaming Media or via the official MNM Podcast on iTunes:

The return of “Ring of Honor On the Road” (MNM Streaming Audio):

The return of “Ring of Honor On the Road” (MNM Podcast on iTunes):

Highlights from “Ring of Honor On the Road” (w/Kevin Kelly), courtesy of The Mayhem’s official correspondent, Paterson from New Jersey:

The anticipation level for the Triple Main Event At Final Battle 2010 & which of those three matches he believes will be the most emotional: “I’m looking forward to seeing Papa Briscoe whip Shane Hagendorn’s ass, and I would crawl over broken glass to see The Kings & The Briscoes wrestle. Roddy (Strong) & Davey (Richards) for the World Title…I can’t wait. I don’t want to watch Kevin Steen & (El) Generico. I don’t want to see it, and let me explain why. Their careers in Ring of Honor are coming to an end, because if Steen loses, he’s gone. If Generico loses, he loses his mask, and so in respect, El Generico, the generic luchador, is gone. I get emotional when I start talking about this, because it always scares me when guys get in there. I know it’s going to be a violent match. I think about Kevin Steen having a son at home. They both have families who need them and love them. I don’t think either one is going to be the same after what they do to each other on Saturday night. As a broadcaster & someone who respects them as men & for their talent, it’s gonna be tough for me to sit there and call that action. It’s a very emotional situation for me, because there is so much built into this, and it’s very scary for me.”

How he has been preparing for Kevin Steen vs. El Generico (“The Final Battle At Final Battle”) & why you may not hear much talking during their Fight Without Honor when watching the iPPV on “There’s sometimes where you prepare heavily, and you have a lot of notes, and there’s a lot of story to tell. Then, there’s matches like this, where really you don’t have to say a whole lot, because the action will speak for itself. I know the history like we all do. We are going to be quiet a lot I think for that one. We are going to be watching. How do you describe it? What do you say?”

“The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels capturing the ROH World Television Championship, whether Eddie Edwards’ shoulder injury played a role in how their match unfolded, & the “extra flavor” that has now been put on Daniels’ collision with Homicide at Final Battle: “The fact that Christopher Daniels was able to unseat Eddie Edwards had nothing to do with Eddie’s shoulder injury going into the match. Did it play a role in how the match unfolded? We’ll let the viewers decide. The word is there was no structural damage, but that does not mean that shoulder is 100%. It’s almost like a Brett Favre situation. Favre had a sprained shoulder, and depending on the severity of the sprain, you could throw a football, or you could wrestle a match, or you could sit it out when you’re 297 in a row. I’m not sure if Eddie was diagnosed with sprain or a severe bruise, but there was no structural damage. We’ll see what happens. I think Christopher Daniels & Homicide now has a little extra flavor put on it. Both of them want to be the ROH World Champion.”

More is contained in Kevin’s return to The Mayhem, including his candid thoughts & comments on whether this may be the final Ring of Honor Internet Pay-Per-View on, more on the backdrop of the events leading into tonight’s iPPV, what this means to him to have the chance to call the action at ROH’s final event of the year, plus so much more! Log on to right now, place your order for Final Battle 2010, and witness history in the making beginning LIVE tonight at 7:30PM ET/6:30PM CT from New York City’s Manhattan Center! For the latest breaking news & announcements in the world of Ring of Honor and to get the up-to-the-minute results during tonight’s Final Battle, be sure to follow Ring of Honor on Facebook (at, on Twitter (at, or head on over to

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