AEW: Jonathan Gresham showed enormous potential



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AEW: Jonathan Gresham showed enormous potential

Jon Moxley & Bryan Danielson vs JD Drake & Anthony Henry After a battle to the death in Revolution, Mox and Danielson decided to team up under the careful guidance of William Regal, the shock debut took place right at the PPV.

The two win by submission thanks to Danielson's LeBell Lock. The Ring of Honor World Championship match at Battle of the Belts II between Jonathan Gresham and Dalton Castle delivered, but the disappointing part was the build-up.

The bout wasn't really promoted much in the build-up on AEW television and seemed like a last-minute addition to the card.

Jonathan Gresham challenged Dalton Castle

However, Jonathan Gresham and Castle put on a fantastic match and the fans were into this match from the beginning.

The future seems bright for ROH and it will be interesting to see how Tony Khan incorporates the promotion's stars on AEW television going forward. At the end of the meeting, William Regal is interviewed by Tony Schiavone, who thanked him publicly for having helped him in his WCW days and beyond and issued a warning to the AEW backstage: all those who put themselves in the path of his assistants will have to step aside.

or they will be trampled on. Back in 2021, ROH took a lengthy hiatus and closed all their wrestling shows, and sent their wrestlers back to their homes. However, since then, the news of ROH looking for buyers surfaced in the pro-wrestling market.

Eventually, the AEW President saw the opportunity and nailed it perfectly. Well, the new owner of Ring of Honor is Tony Khan. However, ROH was founded by Rob Feinstein on February 23, 2002. Soon after that, Cary Silkin took the charge of the company and became its owner.

Under Silkin’s supervision, ROH became one of the most prolific wrestling promotions just below Vince McMahon‘s WWE. Silkin brought the promotion out of the US and also did multiple shows in the United Kingdom and Japan.

The first time that she appeared on AEW at All Out, the two companies worked it out to foster a healthy relationship. Of course, it is working out in her favor since she gets to showcase her talents to a crowd outside NWA. “Well, I was contacted by AEW first, and then they asked me about my dates.

I can’t work in any other place because I’m signed with NWA. So, I went to the chain of command. They worked it out, and I honestly wasn’t expecting it, until I got a text message and then I kind of figured it out.

And then I got the phone call, and then they’re like, ‘you’re going to be at All Out.’”