A former Impact Wrestling and NWA Women's Champion is the latest addition to Ring of Honor's Women's World Championship tournament.
This week's ROH Women's Division Wednesday episode ended with the announcement that Allysin Kay will be taking part in this summer's ROH Women's World Championship tournament. She's the fifth entrant confirmed for the tournament, joining Angelina Love, Rok-C, Miranda Alize, and Trish Adora.
Kay was presented with a "Ticket to Gold" by Maria Kanellis-Bennett, granting her entry into the tournament. Kanellis-Bennett said Kay didn't need to have a tryout match because her work speaks for itself.
Kay, who is a free agent, said she's excited to sink her teeth into ROH after previously only making one-off appearances for the promotion.
In Impact Wrestling, Kay was formerly known as Sienna. She held the Impact Knockouts Championship twice during her time with the company.
Kay held the NWA Women's World Championship from April 2019 to January 2020. Kay announced last November that she had departed the NWA.
Kay wrestled for AEW on the pre-show for last November's Full Gear pay-per-view. She unsuccessfully challenged Serena Deeb for the NWA Women's World Championship.
Kay also took part in WWE's Mae Young Classic in 2018, losing to Mia Yim in the first round.
As a stipulation of Angelina Love defeating Quinn McKay on ROH TV earlier this month, Love is getting a first-round bye in the Women's World Championship tournament.
The ROH Women's World Championship is a new title that's replacing the former Women of Honor World Championship.