Over The Budget battle royal returning at Double or Nothing

During the latest episode of The Road to Double or Nothing on YouTube, Cody Rhodes confirmed that the Over The Budget battle royal will be returning for their May pay-per-view.

The winner of the battle royal will be receiving a great incentive but he stopped short on announcing what the incentive involves.

The Over The Budget battle royal was part of the Zero Hour pre-show of All In this past September and aired on WGN America. The first OTB came about after Cody said at the time it was “too good to pass up a one-hour free event on television” leading up to their pay-per-view. They did have a budget though and didn’t want to go over it because they were personally financing the show so to cover it, the aprons, canvas, turnbuckles, and everything “soft” from the All In pay-per-view had to be pre-sold to collectors and that money helped finance the extra hour on WGN America.

The winner of the first Over The Budget battle royal – Flip Gordon – received an ROH World title match on the pay-per-view later in the evening.

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