ROH champion appears in WWE tryout matches

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ROH champion appears in WWE tryout matches

As you may have seen or heard in recent months, one of the largest American indie wrestling promotions, the Ring of Honor, has decided to temporarily (or perhaps forever) close the doors of its company due to internal problems, going to lay off all the talents of the roster after his last ppv staged just a few days ago: Final Battle.

The confirmation had come through the pages of the same official website of the ROH, only a few weeks ago and had shaken the whole world wrestling scene, which in the ROH rings had seen the growth of many now-legendary athletes of the discipline, such as CM Punk, Samoa Joe, Daniel Bryan, the Young Bucks and many other wrestlers currently in force on the WWE or AEW rosters.

Apparently, once Final Battle was over, many wrestlers would have asked for a tryout match to the WWE or the AEW since they will not be able to live forever with the savings of the ROH and already in the past few days, we have seen as important former names ROH have approached the two most important companies in America.

A ROH star appears on the PC

Apparently, WWE would immediately set its sights on ROH female champion Rok-C, who was spotted along with other prominent girls in Orlando's Performance Center over the past few days, for the company's executives and insiders.

some McMahons went to evaluate the work of the girls, to understand whether it is appropriate to offer a contract to any of them or not. The tryout matches were held on December 15th, 16th and 17th and on these days the ROH champion also appeared in the Orlando ring.

We remember how the girl has been training in the ring since she was 13, so her wealth of experience is considerable and her last engagement with ROH came right at Final Battle, when she kept her title against Willow Nightingale, before being challenged face to face by IMPACT Wrestling's Deonna Purrazzo.

The girl was also discovered years ago by Booker T, with his Reality of Wrestling, which has recently been discovering several talents on the independent circuit of Tennessee, Texas and Louisiana. For the last few years, ROH and New Japan Pro Wrestling have formed some kind of alliance, with talent appearing for both brands throughout a number of different shows.

It’s worked pretty well for the most part, with both companies gaining more notoriety as several younger talents have been able to shine on a bigger stage.