Ring of honor: Best in the world PPV may have had best match of 2015

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Ring of Honor is home to some of professional wrestling’s brightest stars, and has seen many of the current WWE main roster - Kevin Owens, Daniel Bryan, Samoa Joe etc - pass through it's arenas.

Last night the promotion showcased its Best In The World pay-per-view and it was off the hook.

From Addiction retaining the ROH Tag Tem Championship against a game ReDragon to Roderick Strong becoming the number one contender for the ROH Heavyweight Championship, the event was electric.

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Epic main event

But it was the main event that people will be talking about for many years to come. The Battle of the Belts saw ROH World Champion Jay Briscoe and ROH World Television Champion Jay Lethal put both of their championships on the line.

The match was amazing for the fans in attendance, both Briscoe’s and Lethal’s families were in attendance to watch what was billed as the biggest main event in the company’s history.

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Both men laid it all on the line, dishing out move after move, Briscoe landing his Jay Driller on Lethal, Lethal landing a few phenomenal moves as well.

But it was when Truth Martini tried to interject in the match when Lethal would deal a low blow to Briscoe. Nigel McGuiness would then throw Martini out. Briscoe capitalized and dealt a Jay Driller through a table, Lethal would follow that with a superkick, a Jay Driller of his own then followed with a final Lethal Injection to win the match.

With tears in his eyes, Briscoe would shake the hand of the new Ring of Honor World Champion to the chants of “You deserve it.” And your new Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Champion, Jay Lethal.

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