Ring of Honor

You mention WWE, are you more ‘cosmetically pleasing’ now then you were when they last made an assessment? M: I ain’t never
You mention WWE, are you more ‘cosmetically pleasing’ now then you were when they last made an assessment? M: I ain’t never
In Ring of Honor you’ve basically done it all – championships galore. What is there left for you to achieve? There’s two
Ring of Honor is closing out 2017 in characteristically emphatic style. With its Survival of the Fittest tournament complete
What has been your weirdest fan interaction? M: It wasn't the weirdest but it just happened. Some guy noticed us in the bathroom
Having recently completed one of the best years in the company's relatively short history, What Culture Pro Wrestling appears to be breaking fresh ground again. With a number of notable personalities havibg departed the company is going to redefine itself. So, on December 4th, WCPW will become "Defiant Wrestling".
Watching a War Machine match, any match of Raymond Rowe and Hanson's, is a beautiful thing. Raw power, aggression, incredible feats of agility and tag excellence. The duo has been ripping a hole through the UK wrestling scene, most recently by way of What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW).
Silas Young is one of the hardest hitting talents in Ring of Honor. This impactful star has adopted the moniker of "The Last Real Man (in Professional Wrestling)" and he'll be seeking to prove he has all the manly qualities it takes to make it to the top of the RoH ladder...
Fit, fun and fabulous, Dalton Castle is one of Ring of Honor's MVP's. This hugely entertaining, technically gifted performer had the crowds enthralled last time he graced us with his presence in the UK.
Standing at an independent wrestling show not too long ago, a match reached its conclusion as one man turned to another and said "jeez, she's probably the most talented performer I've ever seen. She's going places".